Available courses

EDN 301 SEM III Education

EDN 301 SEM III Education

ES(H) 301 : Development of Education in India.

Unit  I: Education in ancient India.

Unit II : Education in Medieval India

Unit III : Education in British India.

Unit IV: Development of Indian Education in the Post-independence period.

Unit V: Development of Education in Manipur.


EDUCATION SEMESTER I

EDUCATION SEMESTER I

Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Education

Unit I : Concept, scope, aims and functions of education.

Unit II: Role of Philosophy in Education

Unit III : Freedom and discipline

Unit IV : Sociology and Education

Unit V :  Social group, culture and Social problems.


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)

CH303P Physical Chemistry Practical

CH303P Physical Chemistry Practical

25 Marks; 45 Hours

Surface Tension Measurements, Viscosity measurement pH Measurements


CH 508P Inorganic and Physical Chemistry Practical

CH 508P Inorganic and Physical Chemistry Practical

100 Marks (Inorganic: 67 marks; Physical: 44 marks) 135 hours

Preparation of Inorganic complexes, Estimation of two constituents from a binary mixture (one volumetrically and one gravimetrically, Semimicro analysis, Physical Laboratory


CH 507 Physical Chemistry

CH 507 Physical Chemistry

66 Marks; 90 Hours

Mathematics for Chemists, Atomic structure Quantum Chemistry-I, Photochemistry, Energetics, Specific heats of solids, Statistical Thermodynamics - I, Interaction of molecules with electromagnetic radiations, Macromolecules, Conductance


CH 506 Organic Chemistry

CH 506 Organic Chemistry

67 Marks; 90 Hours

Carbohydrates, Amino acids, Peptides and Proteins, Nucleic acids, Fats, Oils, detergents, Pericyclic reactions, Synthetic dyes, Steroids, Terpenoids, Alkaloids, Enzymes


CH 505 Inorganic Chemistry

CH 505 Inorganic Chemistry

67 Marks:90 Hours

Nuclear Chemistry and Radioactivity, Chemistry of compounds of non-transition elements, Chemistry of second and third transition element series, Alloy and intermetallic compounds, UV-visible spectroscopy, Infrared Spectroscopy, Thermodynamic and kinetic aspects of metal complexes, Environmental Chemistry, 


CH 303 Sec-C Physical Chemistry

CH 303 Sec-C Physical Chemistry

25 Marks; 30 Hours

Thermochemistry, Thermodynamics - II, Chemical equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics - I


CH 303 Sec-B Organic Chemistry

CH 303 Sec-B Organic Chemistry

25 Marks:30 Hours

Phenols, Ethers and epoxides, Aldehydes and ketones, Organic compounds of nitrogen


CH 303 Sec-A Inorganic Chemistry

CH 303 Sec-A Inorganic Chemistry

25 marks:30 Hours

Metallurgy, Chemistry of p-block elements, General properties of d-block elements, Coordination Chemistry


CH 101P Inorganic Chemistry Practical

CH 101P Inorganic Chemistry Practical

25 Marks:45 Hours

Semimicro analysis ( 4 radicals), Quantitative analysis


CH 101 Sec-C Physical Chemistry

CH 101 Sec-C Physical Chemistry

25 Marks:30 hours

Gaseous state-I, Gaseous state - II, Liquid state, Solid state


CH 101 Sec-B Organic Chemistry

CH 101 Sec-B Organic Chemistry

25 Marks: 30 Hours

Structure and Bonding, Mechanism of organic reactions, Cycloalkanes, Dienes and Alkynes



CH 101 Sec-A Inorganic Chemistry

CH 101 Sec-A Inorganic Chemistry

25 marks; 30 Hours

Atomic Structure, Periodic Classification of Elements, ChemicalBonding, Theory of quantitative and qualitative analysis


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

B. Sc 1st sem

B. Sc 1st sem

Historical account. Species concept. Taxonomy and systematics. Taxonomy hierarchy.