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PROGRAMME GUIDE

DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMMES (2012-13)

FACULTY OF ARTS

INSTITUTE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION (IODE)


DR. C.V.RAMAN UNIVERSITY
KARGI ROAD, KOTA, BILASPUR, CHATTISGARH
PHONE : 07753-253737, 8827920016, 8827920019 FAX : 07753-253728
E-mail: iode@cvru.ac.in Website: www.cvru.ac.in

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INDEX
BACHELOR OF ARTS (B.A.) ................................................................................................................................................ 9
BACHELOR OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION (B. J. M. C.) ..............................................................42
BACHELOR OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE (B.LIB.I.SC.) ..................................................................... 47
M. A. ECONOMICS ............................................................................................................................................................. 54
M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE ...............................................................................................................................................69
M. A. SOCIOLOGY ............................................................................................................................................................. 80
M.A. EDUCATION...............................................................................................................................................................94
MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK (MSW)................................................................................................................................114
M.A. HINDI ....................................................................................................................................................................... 132
M.A. ENGLISH .................................................................................................................................................................. 150

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ABOUT UNIVERSITY
Dr. C.V. Raman University was established on 3 November, 2006, in the district of
Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh by the All India Society for Electronics and Computer
Technology (AISECT), the Sponsoring Body. The University was named after the
first Nobel Laureate of the country in the field of science Dr. C.V. Raman, an
Indian physicist whose work was influential in the growth of science in our country.
The University's principal goal is to evolve a new cadre of highly skilled technical
professionals with deep academic insights and a strong sense of Indian values and
ethos, commemorating our forefathers who helped shape this nation.
The Sponsoring Body of the University All India Society for Electronics and
Computer Technology (AISECT)
is an ISO 9001:2008 certified organization,
established in 1985, is today one of India's most reputed and trusted Education
Groups which houses private universities, engineering colleges, professional
institutions & education centres across the country. Till date, AISECT has
transformed the lives of over 10 lakh students and has uplifted the lives of millions
of people in the community. AISECT has been lauded for its exceptional work and
has won awards from the World Bank, NASSCOM, TiE, Government of India,
Government of Madhya Pradesh and several others on account of its commitment to
high quality education over the last 25 years. AISECT is also a partner institution
with Gol, GoMP and GoCG in their Common Service Centre Program and several
other projects of state and national concern.
MAIN OBJECTIVES:

Provide quality higher education and make provisions for research


Create higher levels of intellectual abilities among our students
Establish state-of-the-art facilities for education, training and examination,
including online training
Carry out teaching, research and offer comprehensive learning for a bright
professional career
Create centres of excellence for R&D to promote an environment of innovation
and research
Provide consultancy to public organizations and the Industry
Award and maintain the standard of degrees, diplomas, certificates and other
academic distinctions in accordance with the norms laid down by UGC, AICTE,
BCI, MCI and other regulatory bodies.

RECOGNITIONS

The University is recognized under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act


Other recognitions include AICTE, NCTE, BCI and DEC
It is the first University in the state of Chhattisgarh to be awarded an ISO:90012008 Certification

THE FACULTIES OF STUDIES


The University has wide range of faculties which offers the traditional as well as the
new era job oriented courses. The main emphasis is on providing a wide choice of
courses at different levels. The following faculties currently are in operation in the
University:
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Commerce

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Faculty
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Faculty
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Science
Engineering
Information Technology
Education
Law

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY THE UNIVERSITY IN OPEN & DISTANCE LEARNING MODE
The University offers through the Institute of Open and Distance Education (IODE)
both short terms and long term programmes leading to Certificates, Diploma and
Degrees, which are conventional as well as innovative.. Most of these programmes
have been developed after an initial survey of the demand for such Programmes in
the job market. They are launched with a view to fulfil the learner's needs for:
Certification,
Improvement of skills,
Acquisition of professional qualifications,
Continuing education and professional development at work place,
Self-enrichment,
Diversification and updation of knowledge, and
Empowerment.

PROMINENT FEATURES OF THE OPEN & DISTANCE EDUCATION AT CVRU


The open and distance education at the Dr. C. V. Raman University has certain
unique features such as
Individual study flexible in terms of place, pace and duration of study.
Use of latest information and communication technologies
Nationwide student support service network
Modular approach to programmes
Cost-effective programmes
Socially and academically relevant programmes based on student need
Convergence of open and conventional education systems
Take higher-education to the unreached sections of the society through the use
of information technology
Provide need and knowledge-based professional education
Set the national standards for Distance Education

PROGRAMME DELIVERY MODE


The methodology of instruction in the distance learning mode in the University is
different from that of the conventional regular courses. The system adopted for this
is more learner-oriented and the learner is an active participant in the pedagogical
(teaching and learning) process. Most of the instructions are imparted through
distance education methodology and face-to-face mode as per the requirement.
The programme delivery methodology used in the distance learning mode follows a
multimedia approach for instruction, which comprises:
Self Instructional Written Material: The printed study material (written in selfinstructional style) for both theory and practical components of the programmes
is supplied to the learners in batches for every course.
Audio-Visual Material Aids: The learning package contains audio and video
CDs which have been produced/adopted by the University for better clarification
and enhancement of understanding of the course material given to the learners.

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A video programme is normally of 25-30 minutes duration. The video cassettes


are screened at the study centres during specific sessions which are duly
notified for the benefit of the learners.
Counseling Sessions: Normally counseling sessions are held as per schedule
drawn by the Study Centres. These are mostly held outside the regular working
hours of the host institutions where the study centres are located.
Teleconferences: Live teleconferencing sessions are conducted via Internet/
satellite through interactive Video Conferencing facility (available at some places)
from the University studios, the schedule of which is made available at the study
centres.
Industrial Training/Practicals/Project Work: Some programmes have
industrial training/ practical/ project component also. Practicals are held at
designated institutions for which schedule is provided by the Study Centres.
Attendance at practicals is compulsory. For project work, comprehensive project
guide, in the form of a booklet, is provided to the student alongwith the study
materials.
The printed study material will be dispatched periodically to the enrolled
students for each paper of study. These materials will be as guide for the
students for effective learning. The Assignments for internal assessment shall
also be dispatched along with the study material. Online modules are also
available for some of the courses. These are in progress and as and when
available, these will be available on the website of the students for registered
candidates.
The counseling sessions will be of 30 days duration for a course in a year. The
actual schedule and place of contact program shall be announce and
communicated to students in-time.

EVALUATION SYSTEM
The system of evaluation in Open and Distance Learning System is also different
from that of conventional system. CVRU has a multi-tire system of evaluation.
1. Self-assessment exercises within each unit of study.
2. Continuous evaluation mainly through assignments which are tutor-marked,
practical assignments and seminar/workshops/extended contact
programmes.
3. The term-end examinations.
4. Project works
The evaluation of learners depends upon various instructional activities undertaken
by them. A learner has to write assignment responses compulsorily before taking
term-end examination from time to time to complete an academic programme. A
learner has to submit TMA responses to the Coordinator of the Study Centre
concerned to which s/he is attached. A learner should keep duplicate copies of
assignment responses of TMA that may be required to be produced at Student
Evaluation Division on demand. Term-end examination is conducted at various
examination centers spread all over the country and abroad in July and January.
For Bachelors' and Masters' degree programmes, normally the assignments carries
30% weightage.

TERM-END EXAMINATION AND PAYMENT OF EXAMINATION FEE


The University conducts Term-end Examination once in a year in the months of
May/June. Students will be permitted to appear in term-end examination subject to
the conditions that 1) registration for the courses, in which they wish to appear is

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valid, 2) minimum time to pursue these courses is elapsed, and 3) they have also
submitted the required number of assignment( s), if any, in those courses by the
due date.
Students can also submit on-line examination form as per guidelines through
CVRU website at www.cvru.ac.in.
Examination fee is required to be paid either through Demand Draft issued in
Favour of "Registrar, Dr. C. V. Raman University" Payable at Bilaspur(CG) / online
payment gateway as per the fee table.

COURSES OFFERED BY IODE


Programmes offered by Institute of open and distance education (UnderGraduate,
Post Graduate and Select Diploma Programmes) are as follows
FACULTY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Diploma in Computer Application (DCA)


Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA)
Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Aidid Fashion Designing (PGDFD)
Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Hardware and Maintenance (PGDCHME)
Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA)
Master of Science in Information Technology (MSCIT)

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Development (PGDRD)


Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management (PGDBM)
Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management (PGDMM)
Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Management (PGDFM)
Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDHRM)
Post Graduate Diploma in Insurance and Risk Management (PGDIRM)
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
** Master of Business Administration (MBA) [Proposed]

FACULTY OF COMMERCE

1.
2.
3.
4.

Diploma in Accountancy (DIA)


Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) [Plain/Banking/Computer Applications]
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Master of Commerce (M.Com.)

FACULTY OF ARTS

1. Bachelor of Art (BA)


2. Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC)
3. Bachelor of Library & Information Sciences (B.Lib.Sc.)
4. Master of Art (English Literature) (MA EL)
5. Master of Art (Hindi Literature) (MA HL)
6. Master of Art (Political Science) (MA PS)
7. Master of Art (Sociology) (MA SOCIO)
8. Master of Art (Economics) (MA ECO)
9. Master of Art (Education) (MA EDU)
10. Master of Social Walfare (MSW)
FACULTY OF SCIENCE

1. Bachelor of Science (Maths) (BSC MATH)


2. Bachelor of Science (Bio) (BSC BIO)
3. Master of Science (Physics) (MSC PHY)

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4. Master of Science (Chemistry) (MSC CHE)


5. Master of Science (Maths) (MSC MATH)
FACULTY OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
Information Technology

Certificate In Computer Application (CCA)


Certificate In Word Processing/Typewriting (CWP)
Certificate For Data Entry Operator (CDEO)
Certificate In Office Automation And Internet (COA)
Certificate For Internet Kiosk Operators (CIKO)
Advance Diploma In Computer Hardware And Networking (ADCHN)

Commerce

Certificate In Computerized Financial Accounting (CCFA)

Engineering & Technology


Diploma In Electrical Technician (DET)
Certificate In Motor And Transformer Winding (CMTW)
Certificate In Mobile And Telephone Instruments Repairing (CMTIR)
Certificate In Photocopy Operation And Maintenance (CPOM)
Certificate In Basic Assembling And Maintenance Of PC (CBAMP)
Certificate In Repair And Maintenance Of Inverter, UPS And

Power

Supply(CRMIUP)

Education
Diploma In Early Chidlhood Care And Education (DECCE)
Diploma In Cutting, Tailoring And Dress Making (DCTDM)

Please do all correspondence regarding the courses admission and other details at
the following address :
The Director,
Institute of Open And Distance Education (IODE)
Dr. C.V.Raman University
Kargi Road, Kota, Bilaspur, Chattisgarh
Phone : 07753-253737, 8827920016, 8827920019 Fax : 07753-253728
E-mail: iode@cvru.ac.in
Student Support Desk :
Phone:8359050061, 8359050064
e-mail: support_iode@cvru.ac.in

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PROGRAMME GUIDE
DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR OF ARTS (B.A.)

Scheme of Examination
Detailed Syllabus
Counseling and Study Structure
Study Modules & Books Information
Date Schedule & Instructions for Submitting Assignments

INSTITUTE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION (IODE)


DR. C.V.RAMAN UNIVERSITY
KARGI ROAD, KOTA, BILASPUR, CHATTISGARH

PHONE : 07753-253737, 8827920016, 8827920019 FAX : 07753-253728


E-mail: iode@cvru.ac.in Website: www.cvru.ac.in

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BACHELOR OF ARTS (B.A.)


Duration

36 Months (3 Years)

Eligibility

12th Pass

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
Course
Code

1BA1
1BA2
1BA3
1BA4
1BA5
2BA1
2BA2
2BA3
2BA4
2BA5
3BA1
3BA2
3BA3
3BA4
3BA5
4BA1
4BA2
2BA3
4BA4
4BA5
5BA1
5BA2
5BA3
5BA4
5BA5
6BA1
6BA2
6BA3
6BA4
6BA5

Name of the Course

Credit

First Semester
Hindi Language Structure - I
2
Entrepreneurship Development
2
Optional Paper 1
4
Optional Paper 2
4
Optional Paper 3
4
Second Semester
English Language And Indian Culture
2
Development Of Entrepreneurship
2
Optional Paper 1
4
Optional Paper 2
4
Optional Paper 3
4
Third Semester
Hindi Language and Samvedana
2
Environmental Studies
2
Optional Paper 1
4
Optional Paper 2
4
Optional Paper 3
4
Fourth Semester
English Language and Scientific Temper
2
Environmental Studies
2
Optional Paper 1
4
Optional Paper 2
4
Optional Paper 3
4
Fifth Semester
Bhasha Kausahl aur Sanchar Sadhan
2
Basic Computer Information Technology- 2
I
Optional Paper 1
4
Optional Paper 2
4
Optional Paper 3
4
Sixth Semester
English Language And Aspects Of 2
Development
Basic Computer Information Technology- 2
II
Optional Paper 1
4
Optional Paper 2
4
Optional Paper 3
4

Total
Marks

Theory
Max

Min

Assignments/
Pracicals
Max
Min

50
50
100
100
100

35
35
70
70
70

13
13
26
26
26

15
15
30
30
30

6
6
11
11
11

50
50
100
100
100

35
35
70
70
70

13
13
26
26
26

15
15
30
30
30

6
6
11
11
11

50
50
100
100
100

35
35
70
70
70

13
13
26
26
26

15
15
30
30
30

6
6
11
11
11

50
50
100
100
100

35
35
70
70
70

13
13
26
26
26

15
15
30
30
30

6
6
11
11
11

50
50

35
35

13
13

15
15

6
6

100
100
100

70
70
70

26
26
26

30
30
30

11
11
11

50

35

13

15

50

35

13

15

100
100
100

70
70
70

26
26
26

30
30
30

11
11
11

The structure of the course is as follows:


(a) Foundation Course (Compulsory to all) Two Papers, Each of 50 Marks in all
semesters
Three core subjects: One subject from any three groups out of the following six groups (each
of 100 marks in each semester)
1.
2.
3.
4.

Sociology / Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology / Anthropology


Political Science / Home Science / Vocational Course
Hindi Literature / Sanskrit Literature / Mathematics
Economics / Public Administration / Music / Defense Studies

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5. Philosophy / Psychology / Geography / Education / Management
6. History / English Literature / Statistics
However, the combination of only those subjects will be allowed which are taught in the
University.
In the current session only bold faces subjects are offered.
Allocation of Division:
First Division

60% and above

Second Division

45% and above but Below 60%

Third Division

Below 45%

Fail

Below 33%

Minimum Passing marks for each theory papers and practical (if applicable) will be 33%
separately.

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DETAILED SYLLABUS
SEMESTER - I
FOUNDATION COURSE - PAPER I
HINDI LANGUAGE STRUCTURE I
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ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Unit-I
EntrepreneurshipDefinition, Characteristics and importance, Types and functions of an entrepreneur, merits
of a good entrepreneur motivational factors of entrepreneurship.
Unit-II
Motivation to achieve targets and establishment of ideas. Setting targets and facing
challenges. Resolving problems and creativity. Sequenced planning and guiding capacity,
Development of self confidence.
Communication skills, Capacity to influence, leadership.
Unit-III
Project Report- Evaluation of selected process. Detailed project report - Preparation of main
part of project report pointing out necessary and viability.
Selecting the form of Organization: Meaning and characteristics of sole
Proprietorship,
Partnership and cooperative committees, elements affecting selection of a form of an
organization.
Economic management -Role of banks and financial institutions banking, financial plans,
working capital-evaluation and management, keeping of accounts.
Unit IV
Production management - Methods of purchase. Management of movable assets/goods.
Quality management. Employee management. Packing.
Marketing management Sales and the art of selling. Understanding the market and market
policy. Consumer management. Time management.

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Unit-V
Role of regulatory institutions - district industry centre, pollution control board, food and
drug administration, special study of electricity development and municipal corporation.
Role of development organizations, khadi & village Commission/ Board, State Finance
Corporation, scheduled banks, MP Women's Economics Development Corporation.
Self-employment-oriented schemes, Prime Minister's Employment schemes, Golden Jubilee
Urban environment scheme, Rani Durgavati Self-Employment scheme, Pt. Deendayal Selfemployment scheme.
Various grant schemes - Cost-of-Capital grant, interest grant, exemption from entry tax,
project report, reimbursement grant, etc.
Special incentives for women entrepreneurs, prospects 8s possibilities.
Schemes of Tribal Finance Development Corporation, schemes of Antyavasai Corporation,
schemes of Backward Class and Minorities Finance Development Corporation.

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ENGLISH LITERATURE

LITERATURE IN ENGLISH 1550-1750


NOTE:UNIT I st of Annotations is compulsory, 6 passages to be set from units- I to IV at least one
from each unit, 2 to be attempted.
2X5=15
Multiple choice /objective type questions to be set from unit VI, 15 to be set, 10 to be
attempted.
1X10=10
From unit-II to V -8 questions to be set, at least one from each unit -5 to be attempted.
10X5=50
Unit I Annotations:Unit II Poetry:Shakespeare Sonnet no.1 From Fairest Creature sonnet no.154 The Little Love God
Milton: - How soon hath time the subtle thief of youth .
John Donne:-Sweetest love I dont go; This is My Plays last scene
John Dryden:- Portrait of Shadwell

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Alexander Pope:-from An Essay on Criticism (True case in writing) and the
worlds victor stood subdned by sound
Unit III Prose :Francis Bacon Of Studies, Of Regiment of Health, Of Expense.
Joseph Addison- Sir Roger at Home
Richard Stelle - Of the Club
Unit IV

Drama :-

William Shakespeare The Merchant of Venice


Unit V

Fiction:Swift The battle of the books

Unit- VI

Historical and literacy topics

(a).

The Renaissance

(b)

Humanism

(c)

Reformation

(d)

The Civil War and Protectorate

(e)

The Restoration

(f)

The Rise of Colonialism

(h)

Earlier Drama

(i)

Retrarchism and the sonnet cycle;

(j)

The Inf. of Seneca and classical Dramative Theory

(k)

The Elizabethan and Jacobean stage

(l)
(m)

English Renaissance Drama


Restoration Drama

(n)

The Rise of Periodical Essay

Book Recommended for unit VII in papers I&II


1 Edward Albert A History of English literature (Publisher paperback)
2 Ifor Evans

A Short History of English Literature (Paperback Publication)

3 Hudson

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An Outline History of English Literature (Paperback Publication)

SOCIOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
Unit-I
Nature of Sociology, Meaning of Sociology, Sociological Perspective, Sociology and Social
Sciences, The scientific and humanistic orientations to sociological study
Unit-II
Society, Community, Institutions, Associations, Group, Social structure, Status-Role,
Family and Kinship, Religion, Education, Politics
Unit-III
Society, Culture, Socialization- Relation between individual and society social Control,
Values and Norms Social Stratification and mobility- Meaning, forms and theories
Unit-IV

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Social Change-Meaning and type, Evaluation and revolutions, progress and Development
factors of social change and theories.
Unit-V
Introduction to Applied Sociology, Sociology and social problems-Sociology and social policy
and action, Sociology and Development, Sociology and Professions

POLITICAL SCIENCE
POLITICAL THEORY
Unit-I
Political science Definition nature and scope. Nature and significance of Political Theory.
Methods: Traditional and Modern: Relations with other social sciences: Sociology, history,
economics, psychology and geography.
Unit-II
Power and Authority, State Origin, Development and Elements. State: Dominant
perspectives Sovereignty; Pluralist criticism; Citizenship
Unit-III
Rights: Theories of Rights, Specific Rights, Rights and Duties; Liberty, Equally and justice.
Democracy: Meaning, Types and Theories, Theories of Representation, Development and
Welfare state.
Unit-IV
Legislature, Executive and Judiciary. Theory of Separation of Powers. Constitution: Meaning
and types.
Unit-V
Types of Government: Dictatorship, Parliamentary and Presidential. Unitary and Federal,
Party System, Pressure groups: Feminism.

ECONOMICS
MICRO ECONOMICS
UNIT-1
Definition, Evolution, Scope & Nature of economics, Mathods of Econimic Analysis Inductive & Deductive Logic, Merits & Demerits.
Basic Concept Law of Demand and Supply.
UNIT-2
Utility Cardinal and Ordinal Approches, Elasticity of Demand Price, Income & Cross
Elasticity, Indifference Curve Analysis Meaning, Characterstics, Consumer Equilibrium,
Consumer Surplus
UNIT-3
Production Laws of Production, Law of Variable Proportion, Return to Scale, Economies of
Scale, Isoquants Meaning and Characteristics, Concepts of Cost and Revenue Total,
Marginal & Average.
UNIT-4
Market Concept and Classification.
Perfect Compition Characteristics, Price and Output Determination for Firm and
Industries. Monopoly Characteristics, Price and Output Determination.
Monopolistic Compition - Characteristics, Price and Output Determination.

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UNIT-5
Factor Pricing - Theory of Marginal Productivity of Distribution, Classical and Modern
Theories of Wages, Rent, Interest and Profit. Keynesion Theory of Interest.

FIRST YEAR - SEMESTER II


FOUNDATION COURSE - PAPER I
ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND INDIAN CULTURE
UNIT I
1. Amalkanti : Nirendranath Chakrabarti
2. Sita : Toru Dutt
3. Tryst with Destiny : Jawaharlala Nehru
4. Delhi in 1857 : Mirza Ghalib
5. Preface to the Mahabharata : C., Rajagopalachari
6. Where the Mind is Without Fear : Rabindranath Tagore
7. A Song of Kabir : Translated by Tagore
8. Satyagraha : M.K. Gandhi
9. Toasted English : R.K. Narayan
10. The Portrait of a Lady : Khushwant Singh
11. Discovering Babasaheb : Ashok Mahadevan
Unit II

Comprehension

Unit III

Composition and Paragraph Writing (Based on expansion of an idea).

Unit IV

Basic Language Skills : Vocabulary Synonyms, Antonyms, Word Formation,


Prefixes and Suffixes, Words likely to be confused and Misused, Words
similar in Meaning or Form, Distinction between Similar Expressions, Speech
Skills.

Unit V

Basic Language Skills : Grammar and usage The Tense Forms,


Propositions, Determiners and Countable/Uncountable Nouns, Verb, Articles,
Adverbs.

FOUNDATION COURSE - PAPER II


DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Unit - I

Entrepreneurship Meaning, Concept, Characteristics of entrepreneur.

Unit II

Types of entrepreneurship, importance and views of various thinkers (Scholars).

Formation of goals, How to achieve goals.


Problems in achieving largets and solution.
Self motivation, elements of self motivation and development
Views of various scholars, evaluation, solutions.
Leadership capacity : Its development and results.

Unit III Projects and various organizations (Govt., non-Govt), Govt. Projects, NonGovt.projects.
Contribution of Banks, their limitations, scope.
Unit IV Functions, qualities, management of a good entrepreneur.
Qualities of the entrepreneur (Modern and traditional).
Management skills of the entrepreneur.

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Motive factors of the entrepreneur.
Unit V

Problems and Scope of the Enirepreneur:

Problem of Capital
Problem of Power
Problem of registration
Administrative problems
Problems of Ownership.


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ENGLISH LITERATURE
LITERATURE IN ENGLISH 1750-1900
Note :Unit-I. of annotations is compulsory ,6 passages to be set from unit I to unit III, atleast
one from each unit,2 to be attempted.
2x5=10
Multiple choice /objective type question to be set from Unit V, is to be set , 10 to be
attempted.
1X10=10
From unit II to IV 8 questions to be set atleast one from each Unit, 5 to be attempted.
10X5=50
Word limit for each answer 300 to 400 words
UNIT I :-

ANNOTATION

UNIT II:-

POETRY

(a) Blake
(b) Wordsworth

Tiger ,Tiger Buning Bright


Tintern Abbey

(c) Coleridge

Frost at Midnight

(d) Shelley

Ode to a Skylark

(e) Keats

Ode to Autumn

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(f) Tennyson

(g) Browning
UNIT III .

Prospice

PROSE

(a) Charles Lamb


(b) Hazlitt

UNIT IV.

Valentines Day
On Actors and Acting

FICTION:-

(a) Jane Austen

(b) Charles Dickens


UNIT V.

Crossing the Bar

Pride and Prejudice


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A Tale of two Cities

HISTORICAL AND LITERARY TOPICS.

(a) The French Revolution


(b) The American war of Independence
(c) The Reform Acts
(d) The Impact of Industrialization
(e) The Colonialism and Imperialism
(f) Marx and Engels
(g) Scientific Thought & Discoveries
(h) Faith and Doubt
(i) Classical and Romantic Concepts of Imagination
(j) Varieties of Romantic and Victorian Poetry
(k) The Victorian novel
(l) Realism and the novel
(m) Victorian Prose
(n) Aestheticism
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:Hudson -An Outline History of English Literature
M.P Hindi Granth- An Anthology of English Literature (Paper back publication)
Edward Albert-A History of English literature (Paper back publication)
Ifor Evans-A Short History of English literature (Paper back publication)

POLITICIAL SCIENCE
INDIAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
Unit - I

Brief History of Indian National Movement. The Making of Indias constitution


and its sources. Problem of Indian Constitution, Basic Features of Indian
Constitution.

Unit II

Fundamental rights and duties. Directive principles of State policy. Union


Executive : President, Cabinet and Prime Munister.

Unit III Union Parhament : Loksabha, RajyaSabha, Supreme Court; Centre Stute
Relations; Election Commission.
Unit IV The State Government Executive Governor, Council of Ministers and the Chief
Minister, State Legistature : Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council.

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Unit V

Political Parties : National and Regional Parties. Major issues in Indian Politics
Caste, Religion, Languages, Region, Poverty Alleviation and Electoral Reforms.

ECONOMICS
INDIAN ECONOMY
UNIT I

Structure of Indian Economy Primary, Secondary & Tertiary Sectors. Basic


Features Natural Resources, Land, Water, Forest and Mineral Resources.

UNIT II Human Infrastructure of Indian Economy Health, Nutrition, Education,


Knowledge & Skills, Housing and Senitation.
Demographic Features (As per New Census) Population, Size, Sex, Rural
Urban Classification, Population Distribution, Recent National Population Policy.
UNIT III Agriculture Nature and Importance, Land Reform, Green Revolution, Rural
Credit, Agriculture Marketing and Machanisation.
Basic Features of M.P. Economy, Main Causes of backwardness Agriculture in
M.P.
UNIT IV Small Scale and Cottage Industries Meaning, Important and Problems.
Major iNdustries in India Iron & Steel, Textile, Sugar, Cement, Auto-Mobiles.
UNIT V Planning in India Objective, Strategy, Achievement & Failures. Analysis of
Current Five Year Plan.

SOCIOLOGY
INDIAN SOCIETY
UNIT - I

The textual and the field view of Indian Society, The significance of the field view,
the interface between present and pass.

UNIT II The structure of Indian society; villages, Towns, Rural Urban linkages, Tribes,
Dalits, Population profile and related issues.
UNIT III Cultural diversity Caste, Religious beliefs and practices and cultural patterns.
UNIT IV Basic institutions of Indian Society : Caste, Kinship, Family, Marriage and
Changing Status.
UNIT V Change and transformation in Indian society, Nation building Present status,
Problems and role of sociology, Tradition and Modernity.

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UNIT I

Study of Environmental and ecology :


(a) Definition and Importance.
(b) Environmental Pollution and problems.
(c) Public participation and Public awareness.

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UNIT II Environmental Pollution :
(a) Air, water, noise, heat and nuclear pollution.
(b) Causes, effect and prevention of pollution.
(c) Disaster management Flood, Earthquake, cyclones and landslides.
UNIT III Environment and social problems :
(a) Development non-sustainable to Sustainable.
(b) Energy problems of cities.
(c) Water preservation rain-water collection.
UNIT IV Role of mankind in conserving natural resources :
(a) Food resources World food problem.
(b) Energy resources increasing demand for energy.
(c) Land resources Land as resources.
UNIT V Environment conservation laws :
(a) Conservation laws for air and water pollution.
(b) Wildlife conservation laws.
(c) Role of information technology in protecting environment & health.

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MODERN ENGLISH LITERATURE
Unit I are compulsory. Two passages from each of the unit I to II be set two to be attempted.
(2X5=10)
Short answer questions from Unit VI, seven to be set and five to be attempted
(5X2=10)
Long answer questions from unit II to V, five questions from each unit with internal choice
to be set. (5X10=50)
UNIT I

ANNOTATIONS

UNIT II

POETRY

W. B. Yeats
T. S. Eliot
Dylan Thomas
Larkin

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A Prayer for my Daughter, Byzantium.


Love song of J. Alfred Prufrock
Lament, A Refusal to Mourn the Death
Toads, At Grass

Bertrand Russell
J.B.S.Holdane

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Measuring Human Needs

G.B.Shaw

The Apple Cart

UNIT III

UNIT IV
UNIT V

PROSE

DRAMA

FICTION AND SHORT STORIES

Rudyard Kipling :
Short Story

Katherine Mansfield

Kim
:

A Cup of Tea

UNIT IV

1. Elegy
6. Interlude

2.Sonnet

3. Ode 4.Morality and Miracle Plays 5. One act play

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:Hudson - An Outline History of English Literature (Paper back)


An Anthology of English Literature- M.P Hindi Granth Academy
Edward Albert -A History of English literature (Paper back)
Ifor Evans-A Short History of English literature (Paper back)

POLITICAL SCIENCE
WESTEN POLITICAL THOUGHT
UNIT I
Plato-basic prinicipales of ideal state Education-communism, Justice, philosopher king.
Aristotle- Slate- classification of constitutious slavery, views of Revolution.
UNIT II
I Machiavelli- Views on state, Religion, and moralily.

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II Thomas HOBBFS, Social contract.
III John locke social contract.
IV ROUSSEAV- social contract theory of General will.
UNIT III
Jeremy Behtham- Utilitarianism J.S. Mill,
Government.

State, liberly, Views of Repersentative

UNIT IV
Hegel Hegels viers on states Dialectical method.
T.H.Green- Green views on state liberly.
UNIT V
Karlmarks- Dialectical materialism Historical materlism. The theory of surplus value class
strnggle.
Book Recommended:Dr. Pukhraj Jain- Unified political science
Dr. J.Shyam sundaram- Political science.

ECONOMICS
MACRO ECONOMICS AND MONEY AND BANKING
Unit I

Macro Variables, Stock and Flow, Circular Flow of income in closed and Open
Economy. Concept of National Income. GDP, GNP. Measurement of National
Income and Social Accounting in India.

Unit II

Classical Theory of Employment, Says Law of Market, Keynesian Theory of


Employment. Aggregate Demand and Supply Functions, Effective Demand.
Consumption Function,Average and Marginal Propensities to consume, Simple
Investment and Govt. Expenditure, Multiplier and Leakages of Multiplier.

Unit III

Saving Function & Sources of Saving, Mobilisation: Investment Function and


(MEC) Marginal Efficiency of Capital, Factors Affecting, and Capital Formation,
Concept of Accelerator. Introduction to theories of interest, Neo Classical Theory,
Keynesian Theory of Liquidity Preference, Liquidity Trap.

Unit IV

Money: Meaning, Functions and Classification, Stock of Money and its MeasuresM1, M2, M3, M4, Quantity Theory of Money. Cash Transaction and Cash Balance
Approaches. Inflation, Deflation and Recession. Definition, Causes and Effects on
different Segments of population and sectors of the Economy. Types: Demand Pull
and Cost Push Inflation. Introduction to measures to control inflation, deflaction
and recession.

Unit V

Bank: Meaning and Types. Central Bank and its Function with Reference to R.B.I.
Credit Control. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods. Objectives and Limitations
of Monetary Policy. Functions of Commercial Bank. Meaning and Methods of
Credit Creation. Recent reforms in Banking Sector, Role of Private Banking in
India.

SOCIOLOGY
RURAL AND URBAN SOCIOLOGY
UNIT - I
1. Rural Sociology - Meaning and Definitions, Subject Matter, Scope.
2. Urban Sociology - Meaning and Definitions, Subject Matter, Scope.

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3. Importance of Rural sociology and Urban Sociology.
UNIT - II
1. Migration - Meaning, Definitions and Characteristics, Migration to and from Rural Society
cause and consequences.
2. Jajmani System in Rural India - Meaning Characteristics and Change.
3. Agrarian Relation in India.
UNIT - III
1. Rural Leadership - Meaning, Characteristics and Emerging Pattern.
2. Dominant Caste and Factionalism in Rural India.
3. Panchayati Raj Institution - Aims, Functions and Organization.
UNIT - IV
1. Urban Migration - Nature, Characteristics meaning, Scope Importance.
2. Issues Related with Urban Development - Settlement and slums.
3. Urban Local Administration.
UNIT - V
1. Urban Development - Market, Technology and Changes.
2. Changes in Urban Life - Dimension of Caste Class and Power.
3. Urban Study in India.

SEMESTER IV
FOUNDATION COURSE
PAPER I ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND SCIENTIFIC TEMPER
UNIT I
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Tina Morries
:
Nissim Ezekiel
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C.P. Snow
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Roger Rosenblatt :
George Orwell
:
C.Rajagopalachari :
Desmond Morries :
A.G. Gardiner
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Tree
Night of the Scorpion
Ramanujan
The Power of WE
What is Science?
Three Questions
A short extract from the Naked Ape
On the rule of the road

UNIT II Comprehension of an unseen passage.


UNIT III Letter Writing : Formal Letters, Informal letters, Applications.
UNIT IV Report Writing.
UNIT V Language Skills
Correction of common errors in sentence structure : usage of pronouns, subject/
verb agreement word order, gender; compound nouns, collective nouns,
possessives, articles and prepositions. (advanced)

PAPER II ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES


UNIT I

Problem of natural resources


(a) Problem of water resources Utilization of surface and ground water, over
utilization, flood, drought, conflicts over water, dams-benefits and problem.
(b) Problems of forest resources uses and over utilization, deforestation,
utilization of timber, dams and its effect on forests and tribes.

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(c) Problems of land resources Land as a source, erosion of land, man-induced
landslides and desertification.
UNIT II Bio-diversity and its protection
(a) Value of bio-diversity Consumable use : Productive use, Social, alternative,
moral aesthetic and values.
(b) India as a nation of bio-diversity and multi-diversity at global, national and
local levels.
(c) Threats to bio-diversity Loss of habital, poaching of wildlife, man-wildlife
conflicts.
UNIT III Human Population and Environment
(a) Population growth, disparities between countries.
(b) Population explosion, family welfare Programme.
(c) Environment and human health.
UNIT IV Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies :
(a) Natural resources
(b) Social problems and the environment
(c) Eco system.
UNIT V Environmental Wealth :
(a) Rivers, ponds, fields and hills.
(b) Rural, Industrial, Agricultural fields.
(c) Study of common plants, insects and birds.


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MODERN ENGLISH LITERATURE -II
Unit- I is compulsory. Two passages from each of the unit I to II be set two to be attempted
(2X5=10)
Short answer questions from Unit VI, seven to be set and five to be attempted
(5X2=10)
Long answer questions from unit II to V, five questions from each unit with internal choice
to be set. (5X10=50)
UNIT I.

ANNOTATIONS

UNIT II.

POETRY

Saroon
Wilfred Owen
Auden
Ted Hughes

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On the Grave of Henry Vaughan


Strange Meeting
Seascape
The Howling at Wohus

Lynd
H.Belloc

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Forgetting.
A Conversation with a Reader

Galsworthy
J.M. Synge

UNIT III

UNIT IV

UNIT V

PROSE

DRAMA
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Strife
Riders to the Sea

FICTION

William Golding :

Lord of the flies

UNIT VI

1. Simile 2.Metaphore 3.Alliteration 4 Onomatapoeia


Monologue

5. Ballad

6.Epic

7.Dramatic

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:Hudson
M.P Hindi Granth
Edward Albert
Ifor Evans

An Outline History of English Literature. (Paper back publication)


An Anthology of English Literature.
A History of English literature. (Paper back publication)
A Short History of English literature. (Paper back publication)

POLITICAL SCIENCE
COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
UNIT I

Salient Features of British Constitution: Executive, Legislature, Judiciary and


Political Parties.

UNIT II Salient Features of American Constitution: Executive, Legislature Judiciary and


Political Parties.
UNIT III Salient Features of Swiss Constitution: Executive, Legislature Judiciary and
Federal Tribunal, Direct Democracy.
UNIT IV Salient Features of the Constitution of Peoples Republic of China: Executive,
Legislature, Judiciary and Communist Party.

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UNIT V Comparative Study of the Constitutions of Britain, USA, Switzerland and China:
Federal System of USA & Switzerland, Constitutional Amendments in USA and
Switzerland, Second Chamber-House of Lords and Senate, Party System in the
USA, UK and China.

ECONOMICS
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC FINANCE

Unit I

Public Finance and Public Economics: Meaning, Nature and Scope. Meaning and
Nature of Public, Private and Merits Goods, Market and State. Role and
Functions. Principle of Maximum Social Advantage. Sources of Revenue. Taxes,
Loans, Grants and Aid . Meaning and Types,Canons of Taxation.

Unit II.

Principles of Public Expenditure, Principles of Public Debt and Methods of


Redemption; Wageners Law, Increasing Activities. Effects of Public Expenditure
on Production and Distribution. Public Finance in India, Sources of Revenue of
Central & State Govt., Concept and Types of Budget, Fiscal Deficit, Deficit
Financing and Deficit Budget.

Unit III

Meaning and Importance of International Economics, Intra and International


Trade, Importance of International Trade in Economic Development, Theories of
International Trade, Absolute and Comparative Advantage, Factor Endowments :
Heckscher . Ohlin.

Unit IV

Terms of Trade: Concept and Types, Tariff and Non-Tariff Barriers in


International Trade. W.T.O . Objectives and its Functions. Balance of Trade .
Concept and Types, Compositions and Structure of B.O.T and its Relationship
with Balance of Payment, Methods of Corrections of Imbalance of Payment,
International Capital Movement

Unit V

Trends and Directions of Indias Foreign trade, Exchange Rate. Theories of


Exchange Rate, Mint Par parity Theory, Purchasing Power Parity Theory.

SOCIOLOGY
SOCIOLOGY OF TRIBAL SOCIETY
UNIT I

1. Schedule Tribe - Meaning, Characteristics, Demographic Profile, Tribal Area


and Tribal Women.
2. Indian Tribes - Geographical Distribution, Language, Classification, Isolation,
Assimilation and Integration.
3. Status of Tribal Women - Position, Participation in Panchayati Raj System
Rights and Social Security.

UNIT II 1. Socio Cultural Introduction - Family, Marriage, Leadership & Cultural


Diversities.
2. Kinship, Religion, Belief and Behaviour, Totam.
3. Future of Indian Tribal Society.
UNIT III 1. Tribal Economy and Poverty - Life Style, New Agricultural Policy, Land Reform,
Indebtedness.
2. Social Mobility
Urbanization.

and

Change

Sanskritization,

Acculturation

and

3. Impact of Colonial Administration on Tribal Society.


UNIT IV 1. Tribal Problems
Unemployment

Land

Alienation,

Peasant

Exploitation,

2. Tribal Revolution - Meaning, Characteristic Cause and Result.

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3. Scenario After Independence - Political, Social and Developmental.
UNIT V 1. Tribals -

1.

Scenario in Madhya Pradesh

2.

Scenario in Chhattisgarh

3.

Gond, Bhil, Korku, Bhariya and Mariya

B.A. IIIRD YEAR


SEMESTER V
FOUNDATION COURSE PAPER-I

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FOUNDATION COURSE - PAPER II


BASIC COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -I
SEMESTER V
Unit I :
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER ORGANIZATION I
History of development of Computer system concepts. Characteristics, Capability and
limitations.
Generation of computer. Types of PCs Desktop. Laptop, Notebook. Workstation & their
Characteristics.
Unit II :
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER ORGANIZATION II
basic components of a computer system Control Unit, ALU. Input/Output function and
Characteristics,memory RAM, ROM, EPROM, PROM.
Unit III :
INPUT & OUTPUT DEVICES
Input Devices : Keyboard, Mouse, Trackball. Joystick, Digitizing tablet, Scanners, Digital
Camera, MICR, OCR, OMR, Bar-code Reader, Voice Recognition, Light pen, Touch Screen.
Output Devices: Monitors Characteristics and types of monitor, Video Standard VGA, SVGA,
XGA,
LCD Screen etc. Printer, Daisy wheel, Dot Matrix, Inkjet, Laser, Line Printer. Plotter, Sound
Card and Speakers.
Unit IV :
STORAGE DEVICES : Storage fundamental primary Vs Secondary. Various Storage Devices
magnetic Tape. Cartridge Tape, Data Drives, Hard Drives, Floppy Disks, CD, VCD, CD-R,
CD-RW, Zip Drive, DVD, DVD-RW.
Unit V :
INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEM : Introduction to operating systems, its
functioning and types. basic commands of dos & Windows operating System.
Disk Operating System (DOS) - Introduction, History and Versions of DOS.
DOS Basics - Physical Structure of disk, Drive name, FAT, file & directory stucture and
naming rules, booting process, DOS system files.
DOS Commands - Internal - DIR, MD, CD, RD, Copy, DEL, REN, VOL, DATE, TIME, CLS,
PATH, TYPE etc. External CHKDSK, SCOPE, PRINT DISKCOPY, DOSKEY, TREE, MOVE,
LABEL, APPEND, FORMAT, SORT, FDISK, BACKUP, MODE, ATTRIB HELP, SYS etc.
Practical/ CCE
Semester V
DOS :

DOS commands : Internal & External Commands.

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Special batch file : Autoexec, Bar Hard disk setup.

Windows 98:

Desktop setting : New folder, rename bin operation, briefcase, function. Control
panel utility.

Display properties: Screen saver, background settings.

Ms-Word:

Creating file: save, save as HTML, Save as Text, template, RTF Format.

Page setup utility: Margin settings, paper size setting, paper source, layout.

Editing: Cut, paste special, undo, redo, find, replace, goto etc.

View file: page layout, Normal Outline, master document, ruler header, footer,
footnote, full screen.

Insert: break, page number, symbol, date & time, auto text, caption file, object,
hyperlink, picture etc.

Format: font, paragraph, bullets & numbering, border & shading, change case,
columns.

Table : Draw label, insert table, cell handling, table auto format, sort formula



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INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH
NOTE :Two essay type questions will be asked from each ,one to be attempted from
each unit .total five questions to be attempted.
UNIT I.

Concept of Rasa in Indian

UNIT II.

POETRY:-

Definition, Kinds, Theory of Bhava

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Rabindranath Tagore :Sarojini Naidu

A.K. Ramanujan
UNIT III.

First two songs of Gitanjali


Krishna, Indian Weavers

Snake, Element of composition

PROSE :-

M.K.Gandhi
J.L.Nehru

UNIT IV.

Selections from Experiments with Truth


The Relationship of Languages, The Quest of Man

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Goa

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An Astrologers day
A Pair of Moustache

DRAMA :-

Girish Karnad
Asif Currimbhoy

UNIT V.

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FICTION :-

R.K.Narayan
M.R. Anand

TEXT BOOK PRESCRIBED:An Anthology of English Literature, 3


Bhopal

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Edition, 2012, Madhya Pradesh Hindi Granth Academy,

SOCIOLOGY
BASIC THOUGHTS OF SOCIOLOGY
UNIT - I

1. Auguste Comte

Positivism

Hierarchy of Sciences

Law of Three Stage

2. Emile Durkhiem

Social Fact

Theory of Suicide

Theory of Religion

Division of Labour

Renaissance

UNIT - II
1. Max Weber

Ideal Type

Theory of Social Action

Theory of Authority

2. Talcott Parsons

Theory of Social Action

Personality System

3. Karl Marx

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Dialectical Materialism

Class Struggle

Social Change

UNIT - III
1. R.K. Merton

Theory of Functionalism

Theory of Middle Range

Reference Group

2. Vilfredo Pareto

Circulation of Elite

Residues and Derivations

UNIT - IV
1. Mahatma Gandhi

Non-Violance

Satyagraha

2- Radhakamal Mukerjee

Sociology of Values

3-Baba Saheb Ambedkar

Social Justice

UNIT - V
1. M.N. Srinivas

Sanskritization

Westernization

Secularization

2- A.R. Desai

Rise of Nationalism in India

POLITICAL SCIENCE

SEMESTER-V
INTERNATIONAL POLITCS
Unit-I International politics-meaning, nature and scope Approaches to the study of
International politics.
Unit-II- Diverse theories of international politics maregnthous theory of political realism
elements of national power. International politicas-struggle for power Retaining power,
Increasing power and Demonstrating power.
Unit-III- The concept of balance of power the concept of collective security.
Unit-IV- Diplomancy Definitions kinds and functions disarmament Meaning definitions and
development.
Unit-V- New Thought International politics

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Environmentalism.
Globalisation
Human Rights

Book Recommended:I Dr. B.L. fadia political science - International politics. (Sahitya bhawan Prakashan)
II Vijay kumar Arora-

International politics.

III Pant and Jain-

International Relation. (Minakshi Prakashan marath)

ECONOMICS
DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT ECONOMICS
UNIT I
Economic growth and development Factors affecting economic growth Capital, labour
and technology; Growth modelsHarrod and Domar; Instability of equilibrium
Neoclassical growth models.
UNIT II
perpetuation of underdevelopment- per capita income, inequality of income and wealth,
Human development index and other indices of development and quality of life Human
resource development Population problem and growth pattern of population: Theory of
demographic transition; population, poverty and environment.
UNIT III
Theories of development classical theory of development; Karl Marx in the theory of
development -- theory of social change; Immutable laws of capitalist development Crisis in
capitalism; Schumpeter and capitalistic development. Partial theories of growth and
development
UNIT IV
cost-benefit analysis. Role of monetary and fiscal policies in developing countries; External
resources; FDI; Aid vs. trade; Technology inflow; Planning: Need for planningDemocratic,
decentralized planning,
UNIT V
Environmenteconomy
linkage;
Environment
as
a
necessity
and
luxury;
Populationenvironment linkage; Environment use and environmental disruption as an
allocation problem; Valuation of environmental damages; Land water, air and forest.
Prevention control and abatement of pollution; Environment legislation; Indicators of
sustainable developmenT

SEMESTER VITH
FOUNDATION COURSE PAPER-I
ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND ASPECTS OF DEVELOPMENT
Unit 1
1. William Wordsworth : The World is Too Much With Us
2. K. Aludiapillai : Communication Education and Information Technology
3. Democratic Decentralisation
4. S. C. Dubey : Basic Quality of Life
5. Sister Nivedita : The Judgment Seat of Vikramaditya

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6. Juliun Huxley : War as a Biological Phenomenon
7. Robert Frost : Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
8. Ruskin Bond : The Cherry Tree
Unit II Short Essay of about 250-300 words
Unit III Translation of a short passage from Hindi to English
Unit IV Drafting CV, writing e-mail message for official purpose
Unit V Language Skills :
One-word substitution, homonyms, homophones, words that confuse, Punctuation, Idioms
Note : Scheme of Marks
Unit I

This will include 5 objective type questions based on text and language skills. (1x5=5
marks)

This will also include short-answer questions from text. One question will be asked from
each lesson (total 8 questions) and 5 have to be attempted (3x5 = 15 marks)

FOUNDATION COURSE PAPER-II


BASIC COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -II
Unit I
Word Processing : Word
Introduction to word Processing.

MS Word: features, Creating, Saving and Operating Multi document windows, Editing
Text selecting, Inserting, deleting moving text.

Previewing documents, Printing document to file page. Reduce the number of pages by
one.

Formatting Documents: paragraph formats, aligning Text and Paragraph, Borders and
shading, Headers and Footers, Multiple Columns.

Unit II
Introduction to Excel
Excel & Worksheet :

Worksheet basic.

Creating worksheet, entering data into worksheet, heading information, data text, dates,
alphanumeric, values, saving & quitting worksheet.

Opening and moving around in an existing worksheet.

Toolbars and Menus, keyboard shortcuts.

Working with single and multiple workbook coping, renaming, moving, adding and
deleting. coping entries and moving between workbooks.

Working with formulas & cell referencing.

Autosum.

Coping formulas

Absolute & Relative addressing.

Unit III

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INTRODUCTION TO POWER POINT

Features and various versions.

Creating presentation using Slide master and template in various colour scheme.

Working with slides make new slide move, copy, delete, duplicate, lay outing of slide,
zoom in or out of a slide.

Editing and formatting text: Alignment, editing, inserting, deleting, selecting, formatting
of text, find and replace text.

Unit IV
POWER POINT II

Bullets , footer, paragraph formatting, spell checking.

Printing presentation Print slides, notes, handouts and outlines.

Inserting objects Drawing and Inserting objects using Clip Arts picture and charts.

Slide sorter, slide transition effect and animation effects.

Presenting the show making stand alone presentation, Pack and go wizards.

Unit V
Evolution, Protocol, concept, Internet, Dial-up connectivity, leased line, VSAT, Broad band,
URLs, Domain names, Portals. E-mail, Pop & web based Email. Basic of sending and
receiving Emails, Email & Internet Ethics, Computer virus, Antivirus software wage, Web
Browers.
Books Recommended1- MkW- ,l- ds- fot;] MkW- izdt flag % dEI;wVj foKku ,oa lwpuk izks|ksfxdh] e/;izns k fgUnh xFza k vdkneh] Hkksiky
2- MkW- ida t flga dEI;Vw j v/;;u] jke izlkn ,Ma lal

PRACTICAL - BASIC COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY -II


Ms-Power Point:
Creating new slide, formatting slide layout, slide show & sorter, Inserting new slide, slide
no., date, time, chart, formatting slide, tool operation.
List of suggested practical work:

Under standing of a dial up connection through modern.

Configuring a computer for an e-mail and using outlook Express or Netscape Messenger.

Registration an e-mail address.

Understanding of e-mail drafting.

Understanding of address book maintenance for e-mail.

Understanding of different mail program tools.

Send and receive functions of e-mail.

Note- Minimum laboratory timing of six hours in a week.

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) ,

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ENGLISH
ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
NOTE :-Two essay type questions will be asked from each ,one to be attempted from each
unit .total five questions to be attempted.
UNIT I

English Language in social usage


Literary Terms Allegory

UNIT II

Business English
Prcis writing

UNIT III

Group Discussion
Art of interview

UNIT IV

Creative writing
Editing &Proof Ready

UNIT V

Language of Advertisement
Report writing

TEXT BOOK PRESCRIBED :An Anthology of English literature, for B.A. part III, 3 rd Edition, 2012.(Madhya Pradesh
Hindi Granth Academy, Bhopal)

SOCIOLOGY
METHOD OF SOCIAL RESEARCH
UNIT - I

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1. Social Research

Meaning, Importance and Characteristics

Basic Steps of Scientific Research

Research Design, Social Survey

Fact, Concept and Theory

2. Social Survey

Meaning, Definition, Characteristic, Objectives, Types

UNIT - II
1. Development of Research Methodology

Scientific Method

Case Study Method

Statistical Method

Experimental Method

Sampling Method

2. Planning of Survey

Type of Data Collection

Interview

Schedule

Questionnaire

Observation

UNIT - III
1. Scaling Techniques and Measurements of Attitudes

Types of Scales

Measurement of Attitudes

Projective Technique

Content Analysis

2. Data Classification

Meaning, Characteristics, Objective and Basis

3. Data Tabulation

Meaning, Definition, Objects, Characteristics, Table, Rules and Limitations Report


Writing

UNIT - IV
1. Measures of Central Tendency

Mean

Median

Mode

Mean Deviation

Standard Diviation

Correlation

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Chi-Square Test

Unit- V

Presentation of Data

Diagrammatic and Graphic Presentation

Parameter

Sociometry

Use of Computers

POLITICAL SCIENCE
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
UNIT I
Public Administration: Meaning, Nature
Administration, New Public Administration.

&

Scope,

Evolution,

Public

and

Private

UNIT II
Principles of Organization, Line & Staff Agencies, Chief Executive, Democratization and
Public Administration.
UNIT III
Personnel Administration: Recruitment, Training and Promotion, UPSC , Settlement of
Disputes, O and M.
UNIT IV
Financial Administration: Budget, Audit & Accounting, Legislative Control, Finance
Commission.
UNIT V
Development Administration: Approaches to Development Administration,
Bureaucracy, Role of Panchayati Raj Institutions, Lokpal & Lokayukt.

Role

of

ECONOMICS
QUANTATIVE TECHNIQUES
Unit I.
Basic concepts, Population, Sample, Parameter, Frequency distribution, Cumulative
frequency graphical representation of Data, Techniques of data collection, Sampling vs.
Population, Primary and secondary data.
Unit II
Measures of central tendencies, Mean, Median, Mode, Measures of dispersion: Range, Mean
deviation, Standard deviation, Co-efficient of variation, Quartile Deviation.
Unit III
Correlation: Karl Pearsons Co-efficient of Correlation, and Spearmans Rank Correlation,
Association of Attributes. Regression: Regression analysis, fitting a Bi-variate regression
equation. Interpretation of slope, cooeffecicent of regression.
Unit IV

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Time Series analysis. Concept and components Addititive and Multiplicative, Methods of
moving Averages. Index Number . Concept, Laspeyer.s, Paasche.s and Fisher.s Index
numbers, Problems in the construction of Index numbers and their limitations.
Unit V
Probability: Concept, Rules of Probability (Addition and Multiplication) Conditional
Probability, Sources of Primary and Secondary Data, Development of Questionnaire and
schedule, Characteristics of Good Questionnaire.

COUNSELLING AND STUDY STRUCTURE


Course
Code

Name of the Course

Credit

First Semester
2
60
2
60
4
120
4
120
4
120
Second Semester
Indian
2
60

1BA1
1BA2
1BA3
1BA4
1BA5

Hindi Language Structure - I


Entrepreneurship Development
Optional Paper 1
Optional Paper 2
Optional Paper 3

2BA1

English Language
Culture
Development
Entrepreneurship
Optional Paper 1
Optional Paper 2
Optional Paper 3

2BA2
2BA3
2BA4
2BA5
3BA1
3BA2
3BA3
3BA4
3BA5
4BA1
4BA2
2BA3
4BA4
4BA5
5BA1
5BA2
5BA3
5BA4
5BA5
6BA1
6BA2
6BA3
6BA4
6BA5

And

Total
Hours
of
Study

Of

60

4
120
4
120
4
120
Third Semester
Hindi Language and Samvedana
2
60
Environmental Studies
2
60
Optional Paper 1
4
120
Optional Paper 2
4
120
Optional Paper 3
4
120
Fourth Semester
English Language and Scientific
2
60
Temper
Environmental Studies
2
60
Optional Paper 1
4
120
Optional Paper 2
4
120
Optional Paper 3
4
120
Fifth Semester
Bhasha Kausahl aur Sanchar
2
60
Sadhan
Basic
Computer
Information
2
60
Technology-I
Optional Paper 1
4
120
Optional Paper 2
4
120
Optional Paper 3
4
120
Sixth Semester
English Language And Aspects Of
2
60
Development
Basic
Computer
Information
2
60
Technology-II
Optional Paper 1
4
120
Optional Paper 2
4
120
Optional Paper 3
4
120

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Counselling and Study Structure (hours)


Face to
Self
Practical Assignments
Face
study
Counselling

8
8
16
16
16

34
34
68
68
68

18
18
36
36
36

34

18

34

18

16
16
16

68
68
68

36
36
36

8
8
16
16
16

34
34
68
68
68

18
18
36
36
36

34

18

8
16
16
16

34
68
68
68

18
36
36
36

34

18

20

14

18

16
16
16

68
68
68

36
36
36

34

18

20

14

18

16
16
16

68
68
68

36
36
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STUDY MODULES AND BOOKS INFORMATION


Course
Code

Name of the Course

Module/Books to be Used

First Semester
Hindi Language Structure - I
Entrepreneurship Development
Optional Paper 1
Optional Paper 2
Optional Paper 3
Second Semester
English Language And Indian Culture
Development Of Entrepreneurship
Optional Paper 1
Optional Paper 2
Optional Paper 3
Third Semester
Hindi Language and Samvedana
Environmental Studies
Optional Paper 1
Optional Paper 2
Optional Paper 3
Fourth Semester
English Language and Scientific Temper
Environmental Studies
Optional Paper 1
Optional Paper 2
Optional Paper 3
Fifth Semester
Bhasha Kausahl aur Sanchar Sadhan
Basic Computer Information Technology-I
Optional Paper 1
Optional Paper 2
Optional Paper 3
Sixth Semester
English
Language
And
Aspects
Of
Development
Basic Computer Information Technology-II
Optional Paper 1
Optional Paper 2
Optional Paper 3

1BA1
1BA2
1BA3
1BA4
1BA5
2BA1
2BA2
2BA3
2BA4
2BA5
3BA1
3BA2
3BA3
3BA4
3BA5
4BA1
4BA2
2BA3
4BA4
4BA5
5BA1
5BA2
5BA3
5BA4
5BA5
6BA1
6BA2
6BA3
6BA4
6BA5

DATE SCHEDULE AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENTS


DUE DATE OF SUBMISSION OF ALL ASIGNMENTS AT THE STUDY CENTRE
Year
Semester - I

Semester - II

Semester - III

Assignment No.
1BA1
1BA2
1BA3
1BA4
1BA5
2BA1
2BA2
2BA3
2BA4
2BA5
3BA1
3BA2
3BA3

Due Date
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )

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Semester - IV

Semester - V

Semester - VI

3BA4
3BA5
4BA1
4BA2
2BA3
4BA4
4BA5
5BA1
5BA2
5BA3
5BA4
5BA5
6BA1
6BA2
6BA3
6BA4
6BA5

October 31 (for July Session)


April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session)
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)

Note: Assignments of the course are available for download at the CVRU Website
http://www.cvru.ac.in . You can download the assignments as per your course, follow the
instructions given and submit it before due dates at the study centre.

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BACHELOR OF JOURNALISM AND MASS


COMMUNICATION (B. J. M. C.)

Scheme of Examination
Detailed Syllabus
Counseling and Study Structure
Study Modules & Books Information
Date Schedule & Instructions for Submitting Assignments

INSTITUTE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION (IODE)


DR. C.V.RAMAN UNIVERSITY
KARGI ROAD, KOTA, BILASPUR, CHATTISGARH
PHONE : 07753-253737, 8827920016, 8827920019 FAX : 07753-253728
E-mail: iode@cvru.ac.in Website: www.cvru.ac.in

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BACHELOR OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION (B. J. M. C.)


Duration:12 Months

Eligibility:Graduation in any Discipline


SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Course
Code

BJMC1
BJMC2
BJMC3
BJMC4

Name of the Course

Principle
of
communication
Principle of journalism
Advertising
&
Publicralation
Practical & Charactical
Behavior

Credit

BJMC7
BJMC8

Media law and ethics


Mass
Media
and
democracy
Media
related
IT
applications
Practical & Charactical
Behavior

100
100

100

6
6

Theory
Min

80

27

80
80

27
27

400
Semester-II
100
100

100

100

Total

Practical
Marks
Max
Min

Max
Semester-I
100

6
6

Total
BJMC5
BJMC6

Total
Marks

400

Assignments
Max

Min

20

20
20

7
7

100

36

240

81

100

36

60

21

80
80

27
27

20
20

7
7

80

27

20

100

36

100

36

60

21

Group

and

Mass

240

81

Each theory Paper & Assignment Passing Marks is 33%.


Practical &Aggrigate is 36%.

SEMESTER I
BJMC-1 PRINCIPAL OF COMMUNICATION

Communication: Concepts and definition, Nature and process

Development of communication and its history

Types of Communication:
Communication,

Elements in the Process of Communication (Input, sender, channel, Noise, receiver,


output)

Tribal, cultural and international communication.

Importance and effects of Communication

Effective Communication

Traditional and Folk media and its importance.

Intrapersonal,

Interpersonal,

BJMC-2 PRINCIPAL OF JOURNALISM

Journalism: Concepts and definition, Nature and process, Basic terms.

Development of journalism and its history

Role of journalism in Indian freedom struggle movement.

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ypes and specialize areas of journalism. political, Business, sports, crime, Bollywood,
automobile. Parliamentary, defence and judicial

Different forms of writing: News, feature, article, editorial and photo caption.

Contents of news: Headline, sub headline, flag, Intro and body text.

Quote, Interview, vox-pop, byte, voice over. Anchor read, package, special

package and script for programming.

Reporting: concept, terms and definition, general and special reporting.(

Event, accident and incident reporting, statement, press conference)

Introduction to Editing, Principles and functions of editing, Editorial Desk,

Copy editing, editing symbols, Proof reading symbols and their significance.

Source of news and News agencies.

Introduction to Photojournalism

BJMC-3 ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATION

Public Relations Definition, history and Growth of PR in India, Publicity, Propaganda


and Public opinion, PR as a management function.

Stages of PR : Planning, implementations, research, evaluation, PR Practitioners and


media relations, Press conference, Press releases, house journals.

PR: Public and Private sectors, PR agencies.

Code of ethics for PR, Public Relations society of India.

Lobbing - Introduction to advertising, Advertising concept, function and definition.

Type of Advertising, Consumer, corporate, industrial and social.

Advertising strategies, appeals and target audience, advertising as marketing tools.

PAPER IV
BJMC 4- PRACTICAL
My City Newspaper: Daily news analysis, Find out how many newspapers are published
from your city/town? Read at least three newspapers for a week to find issues concerning
the tribal, women and child. Analyze the issues and make a presentation to the class about
the same with comparative analysis among three papers, if they took the same issues.
Media & Democracy: Make a list of news stories whose publication or broadcast have
strengthened democracy around you.

SEMESTER II
BJMC-5 MEDIA LAW AND ETHICS

Journalism as a profession

Careers in Journalism and mass media

Journalists- Their role and responsibilities

Working journalist act.

Copy right act

Indian Constitution and freedom of Media.

Freedom of Press- Role of Press Council of India

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Ethics and journalism

Media laws in India

BJMC-6 MASS MEDIA AND DEMOCRACY


Press: The World of Print Media. Types and Characteristics of Print Media. Page dummy
and layout. Contents of a news paper and magazine.
Radio : Development of Radio Broadcasting in India. Characteristics of radio. News bulletin,
Emergence of FM, and community radio.
Trends in Indian Television: From
SITE to Opening of Skies. Formats of Television.
Programmes. TV Programme Production. Key Professional, Involved in the TV Production.
Web: emergence of web media, brief history, Website, Blog, News portal, Social networking
sites and New Media V/S traditional media.
Role of Mass Media in a Democracy

BJMC-7 MEDIA RELATED IT APPLICATIONS


Introduction to

Ms Office.

Coral Draw.

Quark Express.

Adobe PageMaker.

Adobe Photoshop.

Adobe premier.

Internet surfing.

Font converter.

Mailing, chatting and blogging.

BJMC-8 PRACTICAL
Visit a News channel, radio station and press. see how it functions. Submit a paper of your
understanding.
internship: work for two months in any press, Radio or TV channel and submit a
dissertation and find out how it is organized and how it produces programme And works for
special coverage.

COUNSELLING AND STUDY STRUCTURE


Course
Code

BJMC1
BJMC2
BJMC3

Title of the Course

Principle of
communication
Principle of
journalism
Advertising &
Publicralation

Credit

Total
Hours of
Study

Counselling and Study Structure (hours)

Project

Face to Face
Counselling
First Semester
180
24

180

24

102

54

180

24

102

54

45

Self
study

Practical

Assignments

102

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BJMC4

Practical &
Charactical
Behavior

180

BJMC5

Media law and


ethics
Mass Media and
democracy
Media related IT
applications
Practical
&
Charactical
Behavior

BJMC6
BJMC7
BJMC8

24

42

80

54

Second Semester
180
24

102

54

180

24

102

54

180

24

102

54

180

24

42

80

54

STUDY MODULES AND BOOKS INFORMATION


Course
Code

Title of the Course

Module/Books to be used
First Semester

BJMC1

Principle of communication

BJMC2

Principle of journalism

BJMC3
BJMC4

Advertising & Publicralation


Practical
&
Charactical
Behavior

BJMC5

Media law and ethics

BJMC6

Mass Media and democracy

BJMC7

Media related IT applications

BJMC8

Practical
Behavior

Mass Communication-W.J.S Murthy


Sanchar
sidhant
ke
ruprekha-Premchand
Patanjali
News Reporting and Editing: K.M. Srivastava
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tulaidZ pkj ,oa foKkiu & fot; dqyJs"B

Second Semester

&

Media Ethics and Law Jan. R. Hakemulder


tuek/;e vj sl dkuwu& JhdkUr flag
Electronic Media-Sanjeev Bhanavat.
Radio &T.V.Journalism-Jan.R.Hukemulder
Rapidex Computer Course : Singhal
dEI;wVj ifjpkyu ds fl)kUr & egsUiky

Charactical

DATE SCHEDULE AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENTS


DUE DATE OF SUBMISSION OF ALL ASIGNMENTS AT THE STUDY CENTRE
Year
Semester - I

Semester - II

Assignment No.
BJMC1
BJMC2
BJMC3

Due Date
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)

BJMC5
BJMC6
BJMC7

April 30 (for January Session )


October 31 (for July Session)

Note: Assignments of the course are available for download at the CVRU Website
http://www.cvru.ac.in . You can download the assignments as per your course, follow the
instructions given and submit it before due dates at the study centre.

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BACHELOR OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION


SCIENCE (B.Lib.I.Sc.)

Scheme of Examination
Detailed Syllabus
Counseling and Study Structure
Study Modules & Books Information
Date Schedule & Instructions for Submitting Assignments

INSTITUTE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION (IODE)


DR. C.V.RAMAN UNIVERSITY
KARGI ROAD, KOTA, BILASPUR, CHATTISGARH
PHONE : 07753-253737, 8827920016, 8827920019 FAX : 07753-253728
E-mail: iode@cvru.ac.in Website: www.cvru.ac.in

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BACHELOR OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE (B.Lib.I.Sc.)


Duration

1 Year

Eligibility

Graduate in any Discipline


Scheme of Examination

Course
Code

1BLIB1
1BLIB2
1BLIB3
1BLIB4

2BLIB1
2BLIB2
2BLIB3
2BLIB4

Name of the Course

Credit

First Semester
FOUNDATION OF LIBRARY AND 6
INFORMATION SCIENCE (TH.)
MANAGEMENT OF LIBRARIES & 6
INFORMATION CENTRES (TH.)
KNOWLEDGE ORGANISATION AND 6
PROCESSING (TH.)
KNOWLEDGE ORGANISATION AND 6
PROCESSING
(CLASSIFICATION
PRACTICAL) (PR.)
TOTAL
Second Semester
KNOWLEDGE ORGANISATION AND 6
PROCESSING
(CATALOGUING
PRACTICAL)
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY: 6
BASICS (TH.)
COMPUTER PRACTICAL(PR.)
6
REFERENCE
SERVICES
AND 6
SOURCES OF INFORMATION(TH.)
TOTAL

Total Marks-100

Total
Marks

Theory/ Term
End Exam
Max
Min

Assignments /
Lab Work
Max
Min

100

70

24

30

10

100

70

24

30

10

100

70

24

30

10

100

70

24

30

10

400

280

101

120

44

100

70

24

30

10

100

70

24

30

10

100
100

70
70

24
24

30
30

10
10

400

280

101

120

44

Term End-70 Assignments Marks-30

Passing Marks 33% in each paper


Aggregate 36%
Allocation of Division:
First Division

60% and above

Second Division

48% and Below 60%

Third Division

Below 48%

Fail

Below 33% in each subject and Below 36% in Aggregate

FIRST SEMESTER
1BLIB1 - FOUNDATION OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE
UNIT I
Social and historical Foundation of library, Five laws of Library Science, Types and
Functions of libraries with special reference to National Library (Calcutta), Library of
Congress (Washington) and British Library (London), An Introduction to Digital Library,
Electronic Library and Virtual Library. Role of library in Formal and Informal Education.
UNIT II
Library Movement in India, UK and USA, Library development Plan and Programs in India
after Independence, Role of Library in Modern Society.

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UNIT III
Library Legislation in Indian States and their salient features Book Delivery Act, Intellectual
Property Rights, Right to Information, Information Policy: National and International.
UNIT IV
Library Building: Planning and Designing Location Lighting and Ventilation. Role of
Librarian and Architect in Designing of Building, Furniture etc.
UNIT V
Library Cooperation and Resource Sharing, Library Extension Services, Consultancy
Services, Role of Professional Association with Special Reference to ALA, ILA, IASLIC, ASLIB.
Role of International Organizations: UNESCO, FID, IFLA, An introduction to consortia.

1BLIB2 - MANAGEMENT OF LIBRARIES & INFORMATION CENTRES


UNIT-I
Concept of Management: Principles of Scientific Management. Management of Schools of
Thought. Library Organizational Structure. Policy Making bodies of libraries. Library
Authority and Library Committee.
UNIT-II
Library Personnel: Job analysis, Job description in service training. Staff Recruitment
procedures, formula. Library finance: Budgeting (PPBS, ZBB). Accounting-Library Statistics
and Annual Report. Library Rules and Regulations.
UNIT-III
Collection Development: Types of Documents and Selection principles, Different Types of
Selection tools and their Importance, Acquisition Procedure.
UNIT-IV
Technical Section: Preparation of Books for use. Routines of Classification and Cataloguing,
Filing Routines. Serial Control: Acquisition methods, Method s of recording: Three Card
System and Kardex System.
UNIT-V
Management and Operation of Various Section (Shelving and Stock Verification, Binding),
Circulation Section (Work, System-Browne, Newark Introduction of Barcode and its
Application for Circulation of etc). Marketing of Information Products and Services.

1BLIB3 - KNOWLEDGE ORGANISATION AND PROCESSING (THEORY)


UNIT-I
Universe of Subjects Structure. Attributes & Modes of Formation. Library Classification:
Definition Need & Purpose; including Knowledge Classification. Canons of Classification.
UNIT-II
General theory of Library Classification including Normative Principles, Facet Analysis,
Fundamental Categories, Common Isolates, Devices, Phase Analysis, Notation.
UNIT-III
Design & Development of Schemes of Library Classification. Species of Classification
schemes. Introduction to CC, DDC & UDC. Trends in Library Classification. An introduction
to web DDC.
UNIT-IV
Library Cataloguing: Definition, Need & Purpose. Inner and Physical Form. Standard Codes
of Cataloguing - CCC & AACR-II. Kinds of Entries and their Function. Personal & Corporate
Authorship. Canons of Cataloguing.
UNIT-V
Principles of Subject Cataloguing. Current Trends in Standardization Description &
Exchange AACR-II, ISBD, MARC ISO 2709, CCF. Introduction to ISBN & ISSN.

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1BLIB4 - KNOWLEDGE ORGANISATION AND PROCESSING (CLASSIFICATION PRACTICAL)


Practical Classification of Books and Periodicals according to Colon Classification (Rev.6th
Ed) and Dewey Decimal Classification (19thEd.). Adequate Number of Titles will be given
from all Disciplines Candidates will be required to classify 30 Titles in all. Ten Titles should
be classified by CC and DDC both. Whereas Five Titles should be classified by both CC and
DDC.

SECOND SEMESTER
2BLIB1 - KNOWLEDGE ORGANISATION AND PROCESSING (CATALOGUING PRACTICAL)
Cataloguing Practical according to Classified Catalogue with amendments and AngloAmerican Cataloguing rules-1988 (Rev. AACR-2). In CCC Class Index Entries will be
prepared through Chain Procedures. In AACR-2 Subject Added Entry will be prepared
According to Sears List of Subject Headings. Candidates will be required to Catalogue Fully
Five Titles In all Minimum two by CCC and two by AACR-2.

2BLIB2 - DOCUMENTATION AND INFORMATION RETRIEVAL


UNIT-I
Documentation: Meaning, Genesis and Scope, Facets of Documentation, Documentation
List. Documentation activities in India, Reprographic, Micrographic and Translations
Services.
UNIT-II
Index and Indexing: Type of Index, Pre and Post Coordinate Indexing, UNITERM, Keyword
Indexing (KWIC-KWOC, KWAC, KWWC), Chain Indexing. Indexing Services in India.
UNIT-III
Abstracting: Characteristics, Elements, Types, Ranganathans Canons of abstracting.
Important Abstracting Services, CAS and SDI Services.
UNIT-IV
National and International Information System. NISSAT, UNISIST, National Documentation
Centers of India : NISCAIR, NASSDOC, DESIDOC.
UNIT-V
Information Storage and Retrieval System: Meaning, Purpose and Evaluation. Search
Strategies. Concept of Vocabulary Control.

2BLIB3 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: BASIC


UNIT-I
Concept and Terminology of Computer. Evolution of a Computer and Computer generation.
Categorisation of Computer. Hardware Basics: Computer processing, CPU, Computer
Storage, Input Devices, Output Devices. Software Basics: System Software, Application
Software.
UNIT-II
Library and Information Networks: Network Definition and Objective, The range of Network
Services, Types of Networks, Library Networks in U.S.A, U.K and India. Non Bibliographic
Data Network in India.
UNIT-III
Computerised Information Retrieval System: Definition of IRS, Component and function of
IRS, Software operations of IRS. CDS/ISIS: Main features, Historic perspective, Hardware
and Software Requirements, Micro CDS/ISIS Application.
UNIT-IV
Library Automation: Brief history, Factors and goals, Need for Library Automation, Problems
and issues of Library Automation. Management of Computerised Library: Ordering and

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Acquisition Systems, Cataloguing Systems, Circulation Control System, Serial Control
System, Management Information.
UNIT-V
Features of Indian Software Packages: Software Development at Institutional level,
commercially available library Software Systems. Library Housekeeping Software: Libsys,
SANJAY, MAITRAYEE, Alice for Windows. Introduction to RFID techniques.

COMPUTER PRACTICAL
- Computer Connectivity, Internet access.
- Operating System (DOS, WINDOW-Introduction)
- MS-Office (Special Reference to MS-Word)
- Basic CDS/ ISIS Practical

2BLIB4 - REFERENCE SERVICES AND SOURCES OF INFORMATION


UNIT-I
Documentary Sources of Information: Print, Non Print Including Electronic Media. Nature,
Characteristics, Utility and Evaluation of Different Type of Information Sources. Non
Documentary Information Source. Categories: Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Information
sources. Internet as a Source of Information. An introduction to evaluation of e-Information
sources.
UNIT-II
Reference Service : Meaning, Scope. Type of Reference Service: Short Range and Long Range
Reference Service. Reference Service V/S Information Service, Reference Services in Public,
Academic and Special Libraries. Readers Initiation /Orientation. User Education.
UNIT-III
Bibliographies (Definition, Need and Purpose). Type of Bibliographies. Methods of
Compilation of a Bibliography.
UNIT-IV
Encyclopaedias, Yearbooks and Almanac.
UNIT-V
Dictionaries, Directories, handbooks, Guides and Geographical Sources. Biographical
Sources. Criteria For Evaluation of Information Sources.
NOTE
List of Reference and Information Sources for the Purpose of Evaluation is Appended.

APPENDIX (Evaluation of the Following)


A.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
B.
1.
2.

BIBLIOGRAPHIES:
Indian National Bibliography.
British National Bibligraphy.
Cumulative Book Index.
Books in Print (Bowker).
Indian Books in Print (Delhi,Indian Bureau of Biobliography).
Whitekar Books in Print (Whitekar)
Whitekars Cumulative Book List.
Ulrichs International Periodicals Directory
DICTIONARIES
Websters Third New International English Dictionary
Oxford New English Dictionary 20 Vols. 1992 Ed.

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C. GAZETTEERS, GEORAPHICAL DICTIONARIES :
1. Columbia Lippincott Gazetteer of the world.
2. Gazetteer of India (4 Vol.).
D. BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARIES
1. Websters Biographical Dictionary.
2. International WhosWho (Europe).
3. Dictionary of National Biography India.
E. ENCYCLOPAEDIA:
1. Encyclopaedia Britannica (New Ed.).
2. Encyclopaedia Americanna
3. International Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences.
4. Encyclopaedia of Library and Information Science.
5. Mc Graw Hill Encyclopaedia of Science and Technology.
F. DIRECTORIES and YEAR BOOKS:
1. Europa Year Book.
2. World of Learning.
3. Statesmans Year Book.
4. Directory of Scientific Research Institutions in India.
5. University handbook
6. Manorama Yearbook
7. India: A reference Annual
G. SOURCES OF STSTISTICS
1. Demographic Year Book.
2. Statistical Year Book
H. INDEXES:
1. Index Medicus.
2. Science Citation Index.
3. Guide to Indian Periodical Literature.
I. ABSTRACTS:
1. Indian Science Abstracts.
2. Biological Abstracts.
3. Chemical Abstracts.
4. Library and Information Science Abstracts.
5. Indian Library Science abstracts.
J.
1.
2.
3.

UNION CATALOGUES:
World List of Scientific Periodicals, ButterWorth)
National Union Catalogue of Scientific Serials in Indian (NUCSSI).
Union Catalogue Published by ICSSR.

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COUNSELLING AND STUDY STRUCTURE


Course
Code

1BLIB1

1BLIB2

1BLIB3
1BLIB4

2BLIB1

2BLIB2
2BLIB3
2BLIB4

Title of the Course

Credit

Total
Hours
of
Study

Counselling and Study Structure (hours)

Project

FOUNDATION OF
LIBRARY AND
INFORMATION SCIENCE
(TH.)
MANAGEMENT OF
LIBRARIES &
INFORMATION
CENTRES (TH.)
KNOWLEDGE
ORGANISATION AND
PROCESSING (TH.)
KNOWLEDGE
ORGANISATION AND
PROCESSING
(CLASSIFICATION
PRACTICAL) (PR.)

Face to Face
Counselling
First Semester
180
24

Self
study

Practical

Assignments

102

54

180

24

102

54

180

24

102

54

180

24

80

42

54

KNOWLEDGE
ORGANISATION AND
PROCESSING
(CATALOGUING
PRACTICAL)
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY: BASICS
(TH.)
COMPUTER
PRACTICAL(PR.)
REFERENCE SERVICES
AND SOURCES OF
INFORMATION(TH.)

Second Semester
180
24

80

42

54

180

24

102

54

180

24

80

42

54

180

24

102

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STUDY MODULES AND BOOKS INFORMATION


Course
Code
1BLIB1
1BLIB2
1BLIB3
1BLIB4

2BLIB1
2BLIB2
2BLIB3
2BLIB4

Title Of The Course

Books / Module to be used

First Semester
Foundation Of Library And Library Organization, Krishan Kumar, Vikas Publising
Information Science (Th.)
House
Management Of Libraries & Library Administration And Managament, Krishna
Information Centres (Th.)
Kumar, Vikas Publising House
Knowledge
Organisation
And Theory Of Classification, Krishna Kumar, Vikas
Publising House
Processing (Th.)
Knowledge
Organisation
And M.R. Practical Book Of Decimal Classification, S.P.Sood
Processing
(Classification And Raotani, Rbsa Publishing
Practical) (Pr.)
Second Semester
Knowledge
Organisation
And An Introduction To Cataloguing Practice, Kumar, Vikas
Processing (Cataloguing Practical) Publising House
Information Technology: Basics Documentation And Information Service System Tech,
(Th.)
J.K.Khanna, Y.K.Publisher
Computer Practical(Pr.)
Module S1/S2, AISECT
Reference Services And Sources Documentation Genesis And Development, Rangnathan,
Of Information(Th.)
Ess.Ess Publication
Documentation And Information Service System Tech,
J.K.Khanna, Y.K.Publisher

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Scheme of Examination
Detailed Syllabus
Counseling and Study Structure
Study Modules & Books Information
Date Schedule & Instructions for Submitting Assignments

INSTITUTE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION (IODE)


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KARGI ROAD, KOTA, BILASPUR, CHATTISGARH

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M. A. ECONOMICS
Duration

2 years (Four Semesters)

Eligibility

Graduate in any Discipline


Scheme of Examination

Course
Code

Name of the Course

1MA1

ADVANCED
ECONOMIC
ANALYSIS-I
MACRO ECONOMICS
PUBLIC ECONOMICS
QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES
MONTARY ECONOMICS AND
BANKING

1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5
2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5
3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
A
B
4MA1
4MA2

2MA3

ADVANCED
ECONOMIC
ANALYSIS-II
RESEARCH METHODS AND
STATISTICAL INFERENCE
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
DEMOGRAPHY
GENDER ECONOMICS
HISTORY OF ECONOMICS
THOUGHT
INDIAS FOREIGN TRADE AND
INTERNATIONAL
INSTITUTIONS
LABOUR ECONOMICS
ENVIRONMENTAL
ECONOMICS
OPTIONAL PAPER
INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS
ECONOMIC OF INSURANCE
ECONOMICS OF GROWTH
AND
DEVELOPMENT/
MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS
INDIAN ECONOMIC POLICY
AND ISSUES/ COMPUTER
APPLICATIONS
IN
ECONOMICS
PROJECTS

Theory/
Practical

Credit

Total
Marks

Term
End
(A)

Assignments
/
Internal
Assessment
(B)

Minimum
Passing
Marks
(A+B)

First Semester
Theory
3

100

80

20

36

Theory
Theory
Theory
Theory

100
100
100
100

80
80
80
80

20
20
20
20

36
36
36
36

Second Semester
Theory
4

100

80

10

36

Theory

100

80

10

36

Theory
3
Theory
3
Theory
3
Third Semester
Theory
3

100
100
100

80
80
80

10
10
10

36
36
36

100

80

10

36

Theory

100

80

10

36

Theory
Theory

3
3

100
100

80
80

10
10

36
36

Theory
Theory

100

80

10

36

Fourth Semster
Theory
4

100

80

10

36

Theory

100

80

10

36

Practical

300

240

150

3
3
3
4

SEMESTER-I
M. A. ECONOMICS
PAPER I - ADVANCED ECONOMIC ANALYSIS-I
Unit -1
General Introduction to Micro / Macro / Positive and Normative Economics/ Scarcity and
Choice / Rational Behaviour.
Unit-2
Utility Analysis, Cardinal Utility The law of Diminishing Marginal Utility, The law of equimarginal utility, and Ordinal Utility Indifference curves analysis, Price effect, Income Effect,

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& Substitution Effect. Indifference curve and Budget line, Utility Maximization Rule,
Practical significance.
Unit-3
Law of Demand & Supply Derivation of demand curve from Price Consumption curve,
market demand, Changes in demand and supply and their quantity, Elasticity and their
applications, Demand and consumer surplus.
Unit-4
Revealed Preference Theory, Consumer choice under uncertainty Hicksian revision of
demand theory
Unit-5
Production and Cost functions - Law of Variable Proportions - Returns to scab production
function of Multi-Product firm Producer's equilibrium - elasticity of substitution - Euler's
theorem; Cobb- Douglas production function, Cost Functions Cost curves, Iso-cost curves,
traditional and modern cost analysis.

PAPER - II MACRO ECONOMICS


UNIT -1
Nature of Macro Economics, Basic Concepts Stock and Flow Variables, Functional
relationships, Equilibriums National Income and its measurement, GDP and GNP,
Importance of NI Estimation, Nl and Economic Welfare, Nl Estimation in India.
UNIT 2
Macro Economic Equilibrium, Income Determination in Closed and Open Economy,
Consumption and Investment Function, Concept of Simple Multiplier , Public Expenditure,
Export, Tax, Balanced Budget and Dynamic Multiplier.
UNIT 3
The Component of Money Supply. Interest Rate and Theory of Liquidity Preference.
Monetary Policy and its Instruments.
UNIT 4
Theories of Employment Classical Theory, Say's Law of Market, Classical Model with and
without saving and Investment, Criticism of the Model. Keynesian Model with Demand and
Supply of Money. IS-LM Analysis and Interest Rate Determination. Keynes Vs the Classics.
Measurement and Trend of Unemployment in Indian Economy.
UNIT 5
Theories of Consumption and Investment-APC and MPC. Factors affecting consumption.
Income - Consumption Hypothesis, Saving Function, Paradox of Thrift Investment Function,
Determinants of Investments MEC and MEL Theories of Investment, C, S, I measurement in
Indian Economy

PAPER III-PUBLIC ECONOMICS


UNIT-1
Public Choice Voting and Resource Allocation, Public Choice analysis, The Growth of Government
significance Failure.

UNIT 2

Role of Govt, in Organized Society - Govt, as an agent for Economic Planning & Development Concept
of Public Goods, Private Goods and Merit Goods. Theory of Maximum, Social Advantage Theory Dalton, Pigous Musgrav.

UNIT 3

Public Expenditure - Wagner's Law of Increasing State Activities, Wiesman, Peacock hypothesis.
Effects of Public Expenditure Efficiency Effect, Incentive Effect, Allocative Effect on Distribution,
Employment, Economic Stability & Economic Development. Dalton's Norm of Public Expenditure,
Fiscal policy and its objectives.

UNIT-4

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Economics of Taxation - Canons of Taxation, Taxable Capacity, Factors Determining Taxable Capacity,
Its Significance. Theories of Taxation
Benefit Theory, The Cost Service Theory and Ability to Pay
Theory, Incidence of Taxes. Effects of Taxation Efficiency Effect, Incentive Effect, Allocative Effect.
Effect on Distribution, On Employment, On Economic Stability.

UNIT- 5
Debt- Public Debt & Economic Growth, Public Debt and Inflation, Public Debt as a means of regulating
economy. Debt Burden, Debt Redemption. Defict financing.

PAPER - IV QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES


UNIT-1
Definition, Importance & Scope of statistics, Measures of Central tendency Measures of
dispersion and skewness: Correlation Analysis: Correlation Coefficient, Methods of
Computing simple correlation, concept of probable Error. Spearman's coefficient of Rank
correlation.
UNIT 2
Linear and Simultaneous Equations up to Three Variables and Its Application in Economics,
e.g., Calculation of equilibrium Prices, Impact of Tax and Subsidy on Demand and Supply
Model Calculations of Factor Prices. Calculations of Macro Economic Variables.
UNIT 3
Simple Differentiation and Its Application in Economics i.e., Calculation of Elasticity
Coefficient. Marginal Cost and Revenue, Productivity, Condition under
UNIT 4
Regression Analysis: Concept, Regression lines, finding regression coefficients and
equations. Interpolation and extrapolation; Concept, significance, assumptions, methods of
Interpolation and extrapolation.
UNIT 5
Index Numbers: A Conceptual frame work, uses, types, problems in construction of Index
numbers, The chain index numbers, Base shifting and deflating the index numbers, cost of
living index numbers.

PAPER - V MONTARY ECONOMICS AND BANKING


UNIT 1
Theories of Value of Money-Fisher, Cambridge equations, the cash Balances approach
Keynesian Theory of Money and Prices, The Real Balance Effect, Modern - Quantity Theory
of Money.
UNIT 2
Measures of money stock, Creation of Credit, Money1 Multiplier, Instruments of Monetary
Controls, Monetary, Policy, its role and effectiveness.
UNIT 3
Inflation
Measurement and types of Inflation, Demand and Supply side Inflation, Excess
Demand and Inflatidn, Effects of Inflation,
Methods to Check Inflation, tagflation and
Anti-Inflation Policy, Inflation and Indian Economy. Inflation and Unemployment, hillips
curve, The Relationship between Inflation and Unemployment, Long run Phillips Curve.
UNIT 4
Banking Systems in India. Types of Banks. Bank as Depositaries, Demand Deposits, Bank
as Financial Intermediaries, Commercial Banking Origin & Growth, Functions of
Commercial Banks. Role of Commercial Banks in a Developing Economy. New Trends in
Commercial Banking.RBI.
UNIT 5
Business Cycles
Meaning and Nature, Theories of trade Cycle
Monetary Theory
Schumpeter, Keynesian, Samulson and Hicks. Non monetary theories of business cycles

PAPER - I ADVANCED ECONOMIC ANALYSIS-II


UNIT 1

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Perfect competition short run and long run equilibrium of the firm and industry, price and
output determination, supply cure; Monopoly,short run and long run equilibrium, price
discrimination, welfare aspects,, monopoly control and regulation.
UNIT 2
Monopolistic competition -.general and Chamberlain approaches to equilibrium, equilibrium
of the firm and the group with product differentiation and selling costs, excess capacity
under monopolistic and imperfect competition, criticism of monopolistic
mpetition;
Oligopoly, Chamberlain, kinked demand curve and collusive (cartels and mergers, price
leadership), Price and output determination under monopsony and bilateral monopoly.
UNIT 3
Distribution: Neo classical approach - Marginal productivity theory; Elasticity of technical
substitution, technical progress and factor shares; Theory of distribution in imperfect
product and factor markets Mocro theories of distribution - Ricardian Marxian.
UNIT 4
Wages-theories, marginal productivity, minimum, wages, determination of rent classical
and morden theories qusirent, theory of interest liquidity preference, IS LM curve ,
theories of profit.
UNIT 5
Welfare Economics : partial and general Equilibrium Pigovian welfare economics; Pareto
optimal conditions Value judgement; Social welfare function; compensation principle;
Inability to obtain opfimum welfare - Imperfections, market failure, decreasing costs,
uncertainty and non-existent and incomplete markets; Theory of Second Best, Arrow's
impossibility theorem. Walrasian and marshall condition of the txistence of the general
Equilibrium.

SEMESTER-II
PAPER - II RESEARCH METHODS AND STATISTICAL INFERENCE
UNIT 1
Meaning and Concept of Research, Types of Research, Steps in Scientific Research,
Research Design, Sampling Techniques. and Techniques of data collection Research report
Writings.
UNIT 2
Analysis of Time Series - Introduction, Utility and Components of Time Series. Measurement
of Trend by Graphic Method, Semi-Average & Moving Average method and Least Squares
Method.
UNIT 3
Probability and its Theorems:
Concepts & Definition, Calculation of
Probability,
Theorems Addition Theorem and Multiplication Theorem. Theoretical Probability
Distribution: Normal, Binomial & Poison Distribution.
UNIT 4
Test of Hypothesis: Procedure of Testing Hypotheses, Standard Error and Sampling
Distribution, Estimation, Significance of Attributes Large Samples and Small Sample T,
F & Z test.
UNIT 5
Chi Square Test & Goodness of Fit. And analyses of variance

PAPER III INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS


UNIT 1
Distinguishing features of Interregional and International trade; Differences and Similarities
between inter-regional and international trade; Importance and Scope of International
Trade. International division of labour and specialization; Smith's theory of Absolute
Difference in costs; Ricardos theory of comparative differences in costs and its application
in underdeveloped countries.

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UNIT 2
Mills' theory of Reciprocal Demand; Concept of Offer Curves; Explanation of Mills' concept of
Reciprocal Demand with the help of Marshall's Offer Curves. International Trade
Equilibrium; Some analytical tools-Offer curves Production Possibility Curves; the
Community Indifference Curves; Equilibrium in Community Consumption and Output.
UNIT 3
Haberler's Theory of Opportunity Costs; International trade under constant, Increasing and
decreasing opportunity costs. The Modem Theory of Factor Endowments; its explanation
under price criterion and physical criterion; Theorys relevance today. Its superiority over the
classical theory; Leontief Paradox
UNIT 4
International trade and factor prices, Samuelson's Factor Price Equalization Theorem. The
Terms of Trade- Meaning and various concepts of Terms of Trade; Factors affecting the
Terms of Trade; Terms of Trade and underdeveloped countries.
UNIT 5
Tariffs
meaning and types;- Effects of tariff under partial and general equilibrium;
Optimum tariff and welfare; Effects of tariff on income distribution The Stopler- Samuelson
theorem, Dumping: Types, Objectives and effects of dumping; Current incidence of
dumping in India and its impact on our economy; Anti-dumping measures.

PAPER IV DEMOGRAPHY
UNIT - I
Demography - Meaning significance, Techniques of Demographic Analysis, Relationship with
other sciences.
Basic concepts of Demography - Population Pyramid, Density of Population sex ratio,
Population growth and Population Trap.
UNIT - II
Malthusian theory of population, Optimum theory of Population, Sociol cultural theories Dumont's theory of social capillarity, L. Brento's
theory of increasing prosperity and pleasure, Henry George's theory of Intellectual
development. Theory of Demographic transition.
UNIT-III
Different Demographic Measurements Birth rate , Death rate, Life table, Gross and Net
Reproduction rate with reference to India. Human resource development in India.
UNIT-IV
Indian census - 1991-2001
Size, Growth and Composition of population in India, Population education in India
UNIT-V
Population and Economic development, Trends and Distribution of World population.
Population policies in India.
Population control measures in India.

PAPER V GENDER ECONOMICS


UNIT-I
Importance and concept of Women studies, Age structure, Mortality rates and sex ratios,
Theories and measurement of fertility and controls, causes of declining sex ratio and fertility
rates in LDCs and particulary in India.
UNIT-II
Factors affecting decision making by women, Economic status of women and its effect on
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India. Participation of women in PreIndustrial and Industrial Societies, femal contribution to
National Income.
UNIT-III
Factor affecting female entry in labour maket. Wage differential in female activities,
Determinants of wage differentials, structure of wages, across regions and economic sectors.
UNIT-IV
Role of New Technologies for helping women female activities and ecological and
environmental concerns. Social security of women, Role of voluntary organisation.
UNIT-V
Gender and Development Indices, Labour market and Gender discrimination. Gender
planning technique, Democratic decentralisation (panchyats) and Women's, empowerment
in India.

MA ECONOMICS
THIRD SEMESTER
PAPER I - HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
UNIT-I

1- Mercantilism
2- Physiocrats
3- Classical School.
a) Adam Smith
b) Maithusian
c) Ricardo
Unit-2
1- Sismondi
2- St-Simons
3- Fredrick List
4- J.S. Mill
Unit -3
I- Karl Marx
2- Historical School
3- Mathematical School
4- Austrian School
Unit-4
1- Marshall
2- J.B.Clark
3-Irving Fisher
4- Mitchell
Unit-5
1- Cambridge School
a) A.C. Pigou
b) Joan Robinson
2- Indian Economic Thinkers
a) Kautilya
b) M.K. Gandhi
c) J.K. Mehia

PAPER II - INDIAS FOREIGN TRADE AND INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS


Unit-1
Foreign Trade and Economic Development. Meaning and Components of Balance of
Payments, Equilibrium and disequilibrium of Balance of Payments. Factors causing
disequilibrium balance of payments.
Unit-2
Adjustment mechanisms of Balance of Payments Under Gold Standards, Underflexible
exchange rates (price effect), Under elasticity approach Marshall Lerner Principle, Under

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capital movements direct
determination of Income.

control

for

adjustment.

Foreign

Trade

Multiplier

and

Unit-3
Concept of Foreign exchange rate, Determination of Equilibrium, exchange rate. Theories of
exchange rate-determination the purchasing power parity theory and the Balance of
Payment theory. Factor causing changes in exchange rates. Relatives merits and demerits of
fixed and flexible exchange rates, concepts of spot and forward exchange rates, convertibility
of currency.
Unit-4
Exchange control-Meaning, features, objectives and methods of exchange control.
Devaluation -Devaluation of Indian Rupee and its impact on economy. Free Trade versus
Protection.
Unit-5
World Trade Organization -Functions, structure objectives and working of WTO. India and
WTO. Trade Blocks-EU, NAFTA, ASEA. International Monetary Fund-Origin, objectives,
functions and working of the fund, India & IMF .World Bank-Functions, working, India and
the World Bank.
Foreign Trade and BOP in India. Recent changes in the direction and composition of trade.
Major problems of Indian export sector.

PAPER III - LABOUR ECONOMICS


Unit- I
Labour - Meaning. Pecularities, Types and Significance Role of Labour in Economic
Development of a developing Country like India.
Characteristics and Growth of Labour market in India.
Unit- 2
Demand and Supply Theory of Wages
Various Concepts of Wages :
(a) Fair Wages.
(b) living Wages.
(c) Minimum Wages
Minimum Wages Act. 1948.
Wages, Efficiency of Labour and Productivity in India .
Wages Policy Under the Five year Plans.
Problem of Bonus in India.
Unit- 3
Social Security Meaning Origin, Growth, Aims and Methods.
Different Schemes of Social Security in India.
labour Welfare - Meaning, Aims, Growth, Scope and Classification.
Labour Welfare Activities done by different Agencies in India.
(a) By Government.
(b) By Employers.
(c) By Trade Unions.
Unit- 4

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Industrial Disputes Meaning Types, Causes Consequence Prevention and Settlement.
Industrial
Disputes in India Main Causes and Remedies.
Industrial Dispute Act. 1947.
Workers Participation in management.
Collective Bargaining.
Trade union Definition, Need Growth, Approaches and Functions.
Trade tjnion Movement in India Growth, Difficulties, Draw backs and Measures to
strengthen the
Trade union Movement in India
Unit- 5
Problem of housing of industrial workers in India.
Labour Act. 1948.
Child and Women labour in India.
Measures to Prevents Child Labour.
India and International Iabour Organisation.

PAPER IV - ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS


Unit-i
Meaning of Environment & Ecology, Significance of Environmental balance, Role of
Economics in
Environment, Nature of Environmental Economics.
Unit-2
Model of Market Failure- Environmental Problems -A market failure.
Environmental Quality. A public good. Environmental Problems.
Externalities- Positive & Negative.
Unit-3
Conventional Solutions to Environmental Problems: The Command and control Approach,
Economic Solutions to Environmental Problems: The Market Approach, Pollution charges,
Environmental Subsidies Deposit/Refund System, Pollution Permit Trading System.
Unit-4
Assessing Benefits for Environmental Decision Making.
Unit-5
Relation between Environment, Economic
Environmental Law and their implementation.

development

and

Population

growth.

Carbon Trading, Kuto-Protocol.

OPTIONAL PAPER 5(A) - INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS


Unit 1
Meaning, Rational, pattern and impact of industrialization. Factors favoring and Hampering
Rapid Industrial Development of India. New Industrial Policy in India, from 1991 to till dale.
Recent trends in Indian Industrial growth.

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Unit- 2
Conccpt and organization of a firm, Business classification of firm on the basis of, its
activities, Sector, and Ownership structure. (Public, Private, Joint and Cooperative Sectors
Unit- 3
Unit 3 Industrial combination and its impact on efficiency of the firm and economic
power. Theories of Industrial location - Weber and Sargent Florence;
Factors affecting location, Industrial Sickness:
Unit- 4
Growth and current problems of selected large scale industries in India Iron & steel, Cotton
textiles, Jute, Cement, Sugar and engineering goods.
(Organised Manufacturing Sector), Development of Small Scale and Cottage Industries in
India.
Unit- 5
Sourccs of Industrial finance owned capital , borrowed capital, industrial finance
institutions IDBI , IFCI, SFC, SIDC, commercial banks.

OPTIONAL PAPER 5(B) - ECONOMICS OF INSURANCE


Unit- 1 Economics of Insurance
Concept of Insurance, Classification of Insurance, Types of Life Insurance, Types of General
Insurance , concept of risk, kinds and classification of risk.
Unit- 2
Basic Principles of Insurance, Legal Principles of Insurance, Indian contract Act.
Unit- 3
Financial Principle, Premium, Investment, Surplus, Theory of Rating, Risk Appraisal,
Underwriting.
Unit- 4
History of Insurance in India, Nationalization of Insurance Business, organizational set up
of LIC and GIC, Investment Policy of Insurance Companies
Unit- 5
Privatisation of Insurance Business, Insurance Regulatory Authority, New Insurance
Products and Services, Future of Insurance in India, Foreign Companies in Insurance.

M.A. FOURTH SEMESTER EXAMINATION


PAPER I - ECONOMICS OF GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Unit-I
English Concept of growth and development, factor affecting, growth and development,
problems of under developed nations.
The Ricardian theory of growth
The Malthusian theory of growth
The Marxian theory.
Unit-II
English Schumpeters Model
Kyenesian Model of Employment and Income, Consumption Function,

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Multiplier, Accelerator and Investment Function.
The Harrod-Domar Model.
Joan Robinsons model of growth.
Unit-III
English Theory of balanced growth-nurkse & Lewis model
Theory of unlimited supply of labour.
Theories of unbalanced growth- Herschman
Big-push theory
Unit-IV
English Leibenstines Model of critical minimum effort.
Myrdals theory of circular causation.
Rostows stages of economic growth.
Theories of dualism, Bocke, Higgins and Myint
Unit-5
English The Mahalanobis Model- Two sector & four sector
Neo classical Model of Meade
Kaldor Model of distribution

OPTIONAL PAPER 2 (A) - INDIAN ECONOMIC POLICY AND ISSUES


Unit-I
framework of Indian economy
Economics Policy: An Introduction
Trend and Structure of National Income
Demographic Features and Indicators of Development
Poverty and inequality : Policy Implications
Employment and Unemployment : Policy Implications
Unit-II
Development Strategies in India
Planning in India: Objectives, Strategies and Evaluation
Economics Reforms in India
Critique of Economic Reforms
Unit-III
Sectoral Performance-I
Agricultural Growth, Productivity Trends and Crop Patterns
Issues and Concerns in Indian Agriculture
Industrial Sector in Pre-reform period.
Industrial Sector in Post-reform period with Emphasis on SmallScale Sector
Unit-IV
Sectoral Performance-II

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Infrastructure
Indian Financial System : Money Market and Monetary Policy?
Capital Market in India and Working of SEBI
Unit-5
Sectoral Performance-II
Foreign Trade and Balance of Payment
India and International Institutions
Multinational Corporations and Foreign Capital
Government Finance : Union and Sates
Fiscal Federalism in India and latest finance commission

OPTIONAL PAPER 2 (B) - AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS


Unit-I
1. Agricultural Economics-Meaning, Nature and Scope
2. Role of Agriculture in Indian Economy
3. Stages of Agriculture Development
4. Lewis Model and Rene-Fe contribution.
Unit-II
1. Optimum Combination problems in Agriculture input (in reference to land, Labour and
capital)
2. Agriculture System and their types co-operative v/s private
3. Agriculture Holdings
4. Land Reforms in India and M.P.
Unit-III
1. Agricultural indebtedness
2. Agricultural Finance- Source, types and problems
3. Agricultural Marketing- types and problems
4. Fluctuations in Agricultural Prices, Agriculture Price Policy, Minimum Support Price
Unit-IV
1. Agricultural Development in Planned Periods
2. Technological Development in Agriculture, Dry Farming, Green revolution.
3. Farm Management
4. Agriculture Taxation
Unit-IV
1. Issue of Indian Agriculture in Global Perspective
2. Provisions regarding Agriculture in W.T.O.
3. Agriculture Development in Madhya Pradesh
4. Agriculture related problems and suggestions in Madhya Pradesh

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COUNSELLING AND STUDY STRUCTURE


Course
Code

Title of the Course

First Semester
1MA1
ADVANCED
ECONOMIC
ANALYSIS-I
1MA2
MACRO
ECONOMICS
1MA3
PUBLIC
ECONOMICS
1MA4
QUANTITATIVE
TECHNIQUES
1MA5
MONTARY
ECONOMICS AND
BANKING
2MA1
2MA2

2MA3
2MA4
2MA5

3MA1
3MA2

3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
4MA1
4MA2

2MA3

Credit

Total
Hours
of
Study

Counselling and Study Structure (hours)

Face to Face
Counselling

Self
study

Practical

Assignments

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

120

16

68

36

ADVANCED
ECONOMIC
ANALYSIS-II
RESEARCH
METHODS AND
STATISTICAL
INFERENCE
INTERNATIONAL
ECONOMICS
DEMOGRAPHY
GENDER
ECONOMICS

Second Semester
120
16

68

36

HISTORY OF
ECONOMICS
THOUGHT
INDIAS FOREIGN
TRADE AND
INTERNATIONAL
INSTITUTIONS
LABOUR
ECONOMICS
ENVIRONMENTAL
ECONOMICS
OPTIONAL PAPER
ECONOMICS OF
GROWTH AND
DEVELOPMENT
INDIAN
ECONOMIC
POLICY AND
ISSUES/
AGRICULTURE
ECONOMICS
PROJECTS

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

3
3

90
90

12
12

51
51

27
27

Third Semester
90
12

51

27

120

16

68

36

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

51

27

90
12
Fourth Semester
120
16

68

36

120

16

68

36

240

32

136

66

Project

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STUDY MODULES AND BOOKS INFORMATION


Course
Code

Title of the Course

1MA1

ADVANCED
ECONOMIC
ANALYSIS-I
MACRO
ECONOMICS
PUBLIC
ECONOMICS
QUANTITATIVE
TECHNIQUES
MONTARY
ECONOMICS AND
BANKING

1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5

2MA1
2MA2

2MA3

ADVANCED
ECONOMIC
ANALYSIS-II
RESEARCH
METHODS
AND
STATISTICAL
INFERENCE
INTERNATIONAL
ECONOMICS

2MA4

DEMOGRAPHY

2MA5

GENDER
ECONOMICS

3MA1

HISTORY
OF
ECONOMICS
THOUGHT
INDIAS FOREIGN
TRADE
AND
INTERNATIONAL
INSTITUTIONS
LABOUR
ECONOMICS

3MA2

3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
A

ENVIRONMENTAL
ECONOMICS
OPTIONAL PAPER
INDUSTRIAL
ECONOMICS

ECONOMICS
INSURANCE

OF

4MA1

ECONOMICS OF
GROWTH
AND
DEVELOPMENT

4MA2

INDIAN

Book / Module to be used


First Semester
Ucch Arthik Visleshan, Dr. P.D. Maheshwari, Kailash Pustak Sadan
Macro Arthik Visleshan, Dr. P.D. Maheshwari, Kailash Pustak Sadan
Public Economics B.C. Sionah, Rajkamal Prakashan
Lok Arthshastra, Dr. P.D. Maheshwari,Gupta, Kailash Pustak Sadan
Kriyatmak Pravidhiya, Dr. S.C.Jain, Kailash Pustak Sadan
Money,Banking International Trades & Public Finance, M.L. Jhingan,
Vrinda Publication
Moudrik Arthshastra Avam Banking, Dr. P.D. Maheshwari,Gupta,
Kailash Pustak Sadan
Second Semester
*Ucch Arthik Visleshan, Dr. P.D. Maheshwari, Kailash Pustak Sadan
Fundamental Of Statistics, S.C.Shrivastava,Sangya Shriv, Anmol
Publication
Shodh Paddhatiya Avam Sankhkiya Taknik, Dr. S.C.Jain Katariya,
Kailash Pustak Sadan
International Economics, M.L.Jhingan, Vrinda Publication
Antarrastriya Arthshastra, Dr. P.D. Maheshwari,Gupta, Kailash Pustak
Sadan
Demography Population Studies, O.S. Shrivastav, Quality Publishing
Company
Jannakiki Shastra Avam Jansankhya Shastra, Shrivasta, Quality
Publishing Company

Third Semester
History of Economics thought Jhingan M.L., Fija M.S. & Sasikala,
Vrinda Pub. (Eng & Hindi)
International Economics, Jhingan M.L. Vrinda Pub. (Eng & Hindi)

Labour Economics, Gupta P.K. Rs. Vrinda Pub.


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Environmental Economics- Eugine T. Vrinda Pub.
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Industrial Economics : An Introductory Text Book By R.R. Barthwal,
New Age Publications
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Misra, M.N. & Mishra S.B., Insurance Principles and Practices, S.
Chand
Fourth Semester
Economics Of Growth Development And Planning, O.S. Shrivastav,
Kailash Pustak Sadan
Vikas Evam Niyojan Ka Arthshastra, Shrivasta, Kailash Pustak Sadan
The Economics of Growth and Planning, Jhingan, Vrinda, (Eng. &
Hindi)
Indian Economy by Sundaram,K.P.M., GAURAV DATT, Ashwani

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2MA3

ECONOMIC
POLICY
AND
ISSUES/
AGRICULTURE
ECONOMICS
PROJECTS

Mahajan, S.Chand
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Agricultural Economics, P.K.. Gupta, Vrinda Publications

DATE SCHEDULE AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENTS


DUE DATE OF SUBMISSION OF ALL ASIGNMENTS AT THE STUDY CENTRE
Year
Semester - I

Semester - II

Semester - III

Semester - IV

Assignment No.
1MA1
1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5
2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5
3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
4MA1
4MA2

Due Date
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)

Note: Assignments of the course are available for download at the CVRU Website
http://www.cvru.ac.in . You can download the assignments as per your course, follow the
instructions given and submit it before due dates at the study centre.

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Scheme of Examination
Detailed Syllabus
Counseling and Study Structure
Study Modules & Books Information
Date Schedule & Instructions for Submitting Assignments

INSTITUTE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION (IODE)


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M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE
Duration

2 years (Four Semesters)

Eligibility

Graduate in any Discipline


Scheme of Examination

Course
Code

Name of the Course

1MA1

MODERN INDIAN POLITICAL


THOUGHT
COMPARATIVE POLITICS
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
AND
CONTEMPORARY
POLITICAL ISSUES
MAJOR IDEAS AND ISSUES
IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
ADVANCE
POLITICAL
THEORY

1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5
2MA1
2MA2

2MA3
2MA4
2MA5
3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
A
B
4MA1
4MA2
2MA3

Theory/
Practical

WESTERN
POLITICAL
THOUGHT
POLITICS OF SOUTH ASIAN
COUNTRIES
(PAKISTAN,
BANGLADESH, SRI LANKA
AND NEPAL)
INTERNATIONAL
ORGANISATION
DIPLOMACY AND HUMAN
RIGHTS
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
INDIAN GOVT. POLITICS
STATE POLITICS IN INDIA
INTERNATIONAL LAW
INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY
OPTIONAL PAPERS
DEVELOPMENT
ADMINISTARTION
INDIAN ADMINISTRATION
FEDERALISAM IN INDIA AND
LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT
GOVT. AND POLITICS OF
CHHATTISGARH
PROJECT WORK

Total
Marks

Credit

Term
End
(A)

Assignments
(B)

Minimum
Passing
Marks
(A+B)

First Semester
Theory
100

80

20

36

Theory
Theory

100
100

3
3

80
80

20
20

36
36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Second Semester
Theory
100
3

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

80

20

36

4
3
3
3
3

80
80
80
80
80

20
20
20
20
20

36
36
36
36
36

Fourth Semster
Theory
100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Practical

300

240

150

Theory
100
Third Semster
Theory
100
Theory
100
Theory
100
Theory
100
Theory
100
Theory

POLITICAL SCIENCE M.A. (PREVIOUS)


SEMESTER - I
PAPER I - MODERN INDIAN POLITICAL THOUGHT
Unit I
1.

Overview of Indian Political Thought, Genesis and Development.

2.

The Indian Renaissance - Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Balgangadhar Tilak


Vivekanand.

Unit II

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1.

Influences on the Ideas of Mahatama Gandhi.

2.

Satya, Dharma, Shanti, Prem, Ahinsa, Asteya, Aparigraha, Swadeshi, Roti ke


liye shram, Brahmacharya, Satyagrah, Savinaya Awagya.

3.

Gandhi as a Social Reformer

4.

Gandhi as a Political Leader and Political Activist.

5.

Gandhi as a Stateman

6.

Gandhi as an Economic Activist

Unit III
1.

Political Ideas of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru.

2.

Sir Sayyad Ahmad Khan, Moh. Ali Jinna

3.

Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar.

Unit IV
1.

Views of Ram Manohar Lohia

2.

Views of Jai Prakash Narayan

3.

Views of Acharya Narendra Deo

1.

Views of Dindayal Upadhyay

2.

M.N. Rai.

3.

Arvind Ghosh.

Unit V

PAPER II - COMPARATIVE POLITICS


Unit I
1.
2.
3.
4.

Comparative
Comparative
Comparative
Comparative

Politics
Politics
Politics
Politics

- Meaning, nature and scope.


Evolution
- Traditional and Modern Perspective
- Behavioral Frame-work

Unit II
1.
2.

Political System Approach and Analysis (David Easton)


Structural Functional Approach and Analysis (G.A. Almond and G.B. Powell)

Unit III
1.
2.
3.

Political Development approach and analysis (views of Lucian Pye, Huntington,


Almond and Organsi)
Political Modernisation.
Political Culture.

Unit IV
1.
2.
3.

Why's and wherefore's of Marxian approach


Significance of Marxist-Leninist approach in comparative Politics.
Critical appraisal of Marxist-Leninist approach.

Unit V
1.
2.
3.
4.

Political
Political
Political
Political

Elites (Views of Pareto, Mosca, Michels, Laswell)


Socialization (Views of Apter, Almond, Powell)
Participation and Political Recruitment (Views of Apter, Almond, Powell)
Communication (Views of Norbert Wiener and Karl W. Deutsch)

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PAPER III - INTERNATIONAL POLITICS & CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL ISSUES


Unit I
Meaning, Nature and Scope of International Politics;
Theories of International Politics: Realism & Idealism, System Theory and Decision Making
Theory.
Unit II
The Elements of National Power and Limitations, Balance of Power and Collective Security:
Imperialism, Colonialism, New Colonialism and War. National Interest and International
Ideology, morality and morel.
Unit III
The Concept of Non-Alignment: Bases, Role and Relevance
Regional Cooperation: SAARC, ASEAN, OPAC, OAS.
Disarmament and Arms Control: CTBT, NPT, PNE
Cold War and beginning of the New Detente.
Issues After in Post Cold War.

End of Cold War, Contemporary Political

Unit IV
North - South Diloge and South - South Diloge and their major issues
Globalization: Meaning, Nature, its advantages and disadvantages, role of the WTO.
Liberalisation & Changing Nature of State.
Unit V
Environmental Issues: Rio-Declaration 1992 & Rio-Bio Diversity Agreement.
Terrorism : Factors which give rise to terrorism, Terrorism in South Asia, Cross-Border
Terrorism.

PAPER IV - MAJOR IDEAS AND ISSUES IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION


Unit I
1.
2.
3.
4.

Meaning nature and scope of Public Administration.


Evolution of Public Administration as a discipline.
New Public Administration.
Impact of Information Technology on Administration.

1.
2.
3.
4.

Decision Making Approach of Herbert Simon.


Developmental Administration Approach.
Ecological Approach-Fred Riggs Model.
Scientific Management Theory : Taylor.

Unit II

Unit III
1.
2.
3.

Liberal Democratic Approach.


Marxist Leninist Approach.
Welfare State Approach.

1.
2.

Financial Administration-Importance and Aims.


Zero Base Budgeting and Performance Budgeting-Process, Problems and
importance.
Political and Administrative interaction in Economic-Development.
Impact of Economic Liberalization and Globalization on administration.

Unit IV

3.
4.

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Unit V
1.

Neutrality of Civil Services.

2.

3.

Modernization of Bureaucracy

Downsizing of Bureaucracy.
4.

Administrative Management

PAPER-V - ADVANCE POLITICAL THEORY


Unit-I
Meaning, Nature and Significance of Political Theory. Different Interpretation in Political
Theory and Problems. Limitations of Classical Tradition
Unit-II
Decline of Political Theory and Modern Political Theory.
Unit-III
Behaviouralism and Post Behaviouralism.
Arguments of Isaih Berlin, Jean Blandael, Gean Willendel, Leo Straus about Revival of
Political Theory.
Unit-IV
End of Ideology and its effect on Political Theory. New Trends in Political Theory.
Unit-V
Democracy, Idealism, Marxism, Socialism and Fascism, views of Karl Paupper, Noam
champski and Brecht.

SEMESTER - II
PAPER I - WESTERN POLITICAL THOUGHT
Unit I
Political Thought of Plato
Political Thought of Aristotle
Unit II
Medieval Political Thought: St. Thomas Aquinas, Marsilio of Padua Machiavelli,
Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Mantesquiew.
Unit III
Bantham, J.S. Mill - Hegel, Green.
Unit IV
Marx, Lenin, Mao-Tse-Tung , New - Leftism.
Unit V
Rawls, Nozic and Communitarians Zio Pal Satra

PAPER II - "POLITICS OF SOUTH ASIAN COUNTRIES"


(PAKISTAN, BANGLADESH, SRI LANKA AND NEPAL)
Unit I
1. A brief history and general informations about the economy and polity of
Pakistan.
2. Pakistan - Main problems of constitution making since independence.
3. Pakistan - Main political issues since 1971 AD.
4. Pakistan - The status of the roots of democracy.

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Unit II
1. A brief history and general informations about the economy and polity of
Bangladesh.
2. Main problems of constitution making since independence.
3. Main political issues since 1971 AD.
4. Bangladesh - The status of the roots of democracy.
Unit III
1. A brief history and general informations about the economy and polity of Sri
Lanka.
2. Main problems of constitution making since independence.
3. Main political issues since 1971 AD.
4. Sri Lanka - The status of the roots of democracy.
Unit IV
1.
2.
3.
4.

A brief history and general informations about the economy and polity of Nepal.
Main problems of constitution making since 1948 AD.
Main political issues.
Nepal - The status of the roots of democracy.

1.
2.
3.
4.

Indo
Indo
Indo
Indo

Unit V
Pak Relations.
Bangladesh Relations.
Nepal Relations.
Sri Lanka Relations.

PAPER III - INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION


Unit I
Nature and Evolution of International Organisation.
The League of Nations: Role in protecting world peace causes of failure of League of
Nations.
Unit II
The United Nations: Structure and Functions, Various organs of the UN, need of
reforms in the UN structure.
Unit III
Pacific Settlement and Fourseful Settlement of International Disputes
and Enforcement Action.
Economic and Social Development and the Role of the UN.
Unit IV
UN in the Post Cold War Era, Socio Economic and Humanitarian role.
UN as peace keeper & Politics within UN.
Unit IV
UN's role in Disarmament.
Contribution of Third world's to Achive gol of U.N.

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PAPER IV - DIPLOMACY AND HUMAN RIGHT


Unit-I
Meaning & Objectives of Diplomacy, Relation of Diplomacy with International Relations,
Foreign Policy and International Law. Historical evolution of diplomatic theory, methods and
techniques up to present day. Limitations of Diplomacy.
Unit-II
Types of Diplomacy, Function & Duties of a diplomat, Diplomatic procedure, Diplomatic
Language.
Unit-III
Diplomacy as an Instrument of National Policy. Organisation of the Ministry of External
Affairs in India and Department of State in U.S.A. Cold War Diplomacy between two super
Powers. Decline of Diplomacy in the 20th century
Unit-IV
Meaning and nature of Human Rights . Origin of development of concept of Human Rights.
Human Rights Global and regional scenario. UNO and Human Rights, Provision in UN
Charter Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Unit-V
International protection of Human Rights Civic , Political , Social and Economic Rights .
Collective security rights , Basis of self determines Problems and solutions.

PAPER V -RESEARCH METHODOLOGY


UNIT I
Nature of Social Research: Importance and uses, Difference between Pure and Applied
Research, Identification of Research Problem, Research Design.
UNIT II
Hypothesis, Concepts and Variables, Typologies, Hypotheses Formulation and testing,
Sampling Method.
UNIT III
Tools and Techniques of Data Collection,
Observation: Characteristics of observation, Kinds of observation, merits and Demerits,
Questionnaire, Schaduled and Interviews, Sampling and Survey technique.
UNIT IV
Nature of study: Case study, technique, Role and importance of case studies, Pilot studies
and pannel studies.
UNIT V
Theory Formation in Social Scinces , Survey Analysis, Types, Merits, Demertis, Report
writing, Purpose and contents of a Report.

MA POLITICAL SCIENCE
THIRD SEMESTER
PAPER I - INDIAN GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
Unit-1
Constituent Assembly : Composition and working; Making of the Indian Constitution,
Salient features of the Indian constitution
Unit-2

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Preamble; Fundamental Rights and Duties; Directive Principles of State Policy Amendment
Procedure
Unit-3
Union Executive: President, Prime Minister and Council of Ministers
Unit-4
Union Legislature: Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha; Union Judiciary: The Superme Court of
India
Unit-5
Political process:
a) Nature of Indian Politics
b) Nature of Indian Party system
c) Challenges before Indian Polity
d) Casteism
e) Regionalism
f)

Linguism

g) Communalism
h) Corruption & Criminalisation
i)

Naxalism

PAPER II - STATE POLITICS IN INDIA


Unit-1 State Executive: Governor, Chief Minister and Council of Ministers
Unit-2 State Legislature: Vidhan Sabha and Vidhan Parishad
Unit-3 Judiciary: High court and Subordinate Courts
Unit-4 Problem Areas
a) Increasing Demand for state Autonomy
b) Demand for the creation of new states
c) State politics in the era of Globalization and coalition politics
d) Inter state river water disputes
e) Factors influencing state politics in India
Unit-5
a) Inter-state council
b) State planning commission
c) State finance commission
d) State election commission
e) Broad patterns of state politics in India

PAPER III - INTERNATIONAL LAW


Unit-1 Origin and Development of International law, Meaning, nature, scope and Sources of
International law.
Unit-2 Relationship between international law and national law.
Progressive Development of International law.
Unit-3 International Legal Principles :
immunities and privileges, Extradition.

Codification and

Recognition, Equality, Law of Sea, Diplomatic

Unit-4 Law of Neutrality, Rights and duties of neutral powers, Violations of neutrality.

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Unit-5 Laws of Air; Land and sea warfares, Treatment of Prisoners of War, 1949 Geneva
convention.

PAPER IV - INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY


Unit-1
a) Foreign policy: Meaning, nature and determinants
b) Determinants of Indian Foreign Policy: internal and external
c) Principles and objectives of Indian Foreign policy
Unit-2
a) India and The USA
b) India and Russia
c) India and China
Unit-3
a) India and Pakistan
b) India and Bangladesh
c) India and Sri Lanka
Unit-4
a) India and Nepal
b) India and Bhutan
c) SAARC and India
Unit-5
a) India and The U.N.O.
b) India and Nuclear Disarmament
c) Challenges before Indian Foreign policy in the 21 century

FOURTH SEMESTER
PAPER I - INDIAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
Unit-1
Indian Constitution: Making of the Indian Constitution. Characteristics of Indian
constitution. Preamble, Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy.
Amendment process. Federalism : Centre-State relations.
Unit-2
Union Government: President, Prime Minister, Cabinet
Court of India. Judicial Review and Judicial Activism.

and

Parliament.

Supreme

Unit-3
Political Parties and Pressure Groups. Nature of Party System, Major National Political
Parties and Regional Political Parties. Pressure Groups: Types and Modes of Functioning.
Unit-4
Determinants of Indian Politics: Caste, Communalism, Regionalism, Language, OBC and
Dalits. Coalition Politics in India.
Unit-5
Meaning, Nature and Determinants of State Politics. Impact of State Politics
National Politics. Comparative Study of Human Development Index. of Indian State

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UNIT-I
a) Reorganization of states (1956) and formation of Chhattisgarh. Division of
Chhattisgarh. Determinants and Characteristics of
b) chhattisgarhPolitics.
c) Party System and Main Political Parties in Chhattisgarh.
UNIT-II
a) Governor: Power, Position and Role.
b) Chief Minister and Cabinet: Power, Position and Role. State Legislative Assembly:
Organization and Power. High Court in Chhattisgarh: Jurisdiction and Role.
UNIT-III
a) Administration in Cchhattisgarh: structure. Secretariat, Chief Secretary , Secretary,
Commissioner. District Administration in chhattisgarh.
b) Role of Collector.
UNIT-IV
a) Rural Local Self-Government in Chhattisgarh; Organization & Powers.
b) Urban Local Self-Government in Chhattisgarh; Organization & Powers
c) Importance of Finance, Bureaucracy and Autonomy in local self government.
UNIT-V
a) Emerging Trends in ChhattisgarhPolitics. Tribal Politics, Naxalite Problem and
Women in Politics in Chhattisgarh. Electoral Politics and Voting Behavior.
b) Development and Politics in Chhattisgarh

COUNSELLING AND STUDY STRUCTURE


Course
Code

Title of the Course

First Semester
1MA1
MODERN INDIAN
POLITICAL THOUGHT
1MA2
COMPARATIVE
POLITICS
1MA3
INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS AND
CONTEMPORARY
POLITICAL ISSUES
1MA4
MAJOR IDEAS AND
ISSUES IN PUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION
1MA5
ADVANCE POLITICAL
THEORY
Second Semester
2MA1
WESTERN POLITICAL
THOUGHT
2MA2
POLITICS OF SOUTH
ASIAN COUNTRIES
(PAKISTAN,
BANGLADESH, SRI
LANKA AND NEPAL)

Credit

Total
Hours
of
Study

Counselling and Study Structure (hours)

Face to Face
Counselling

Self
study

Practical

Project

Assignments

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

120

16

68

36

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

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2MA3
2MA4
2MA5
Third
3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
4MA1
4MA2
2MA3

INTERNATIONAL
ORGANISATION
DIPLOMACY AND
HUMAN RIGHTS
RESEARCH
METHODOLOGY
Semester
INDIAN GOVT. POLITICS
STATE POLITICS IN
INDIA
INTERNATIONAL LAW
INDIAN FOREIGN
POLICY
OPTIONAL PAPERS

90

12

51

27

120

16

68

36

90

12

51

27

3
4

90
120

12
16

51
68

27
36

3
3

90
90

12
12

51
51

27
27

FEDERALISAM IN INDIA
AND LOCAL SELF
GOVERNMENT
GOVT. AND POLITICS
OF CHHATTISGARH
PROJECT WORK

51

27

90
12
Fourth Semester
120
16

68

36

120

16

68

36

240

32

136

72

STUDY MODULES AND BOOKS INFORMATION


Course Code

Title of the Course

First Semester
1MA1
MODERN INDIAN POLITICAL THOUGHT
1MA2
COMPARATIVE POLITICS
1MA3
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL ISSUES
1MA4
MAJOR IDEAS AND ISSUES IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
1MA5
ADVANCE POLITICAL THEORY
Second Semester
2MA1
WESTERN POLITICAL THOUGHT
2MA2
POLITICS OF SOUTH ASIAN COUNTRIES (PAKISTAN, BANGLADESH, SRI LANKA AND NEPAL)
2MA3
INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION
2MA4
DIPLOMACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
2MA5
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Third Semester
3MA1
INDIAN GOVT. POLITICS
3MA2
STATE POLITICS IN INDIA
3MA3
INTERNATIONAL LAW
3MA4
INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY
3MA5
OPTIONAL PAPERS
Fourth Semester
4MA1
FEDERALISAM IN INDIA AND LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT
4MA2
GOVT. AND POLITICS OF CHHATTISGARH
2MA3
PROJECT WORK

DATE SCHEDULE AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENTS

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M. A. SOCIOLOGY

Scheme of Examination
Detailed Syllabus
Counseling and Study Structure
Study Modules & Books Information
Date Schedule & Instructions for Submitting Assignments

INSTITUTE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION (IODE)


DR. C.V.RAMAN UNIVERSITY
KARGI ROAD, KOTA, BILASPUR, CHATTISGARH

PHONE : 07753-253737, 8827920016, 8827920019 FAX : 07753-253728


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M.A. SOCIOLOGY
Duration

2 years (Four Semesters)

Eligibility

Graduate in any Discipline


Scheme of Examination

Course
Code

Name of the Course

1MA1

CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGICAL
TRADITION I
METHODOLOGY OF SOCIAL
RESEARCH I
RURAL SOCIETY IN INDIA
I
URBAN SOCIETY IN INDIA - I
INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY

1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5
2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5
3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
4MA1
4MA2
2MA3

CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGICAL
TRADITION II
METHODOLOGY OF SOCIAL
RESEARCH II
RURAL SOCIETY IN INDIA
II
URBAN SOCIETY IN INDIA
II
SOCIOLOGY OF KINSHIP,
MARRIAGE & FAMILY
THEORETICAL
PERSPECTIVE
IN
SOCIOLOGY
INDIAN
SOCIETY
AND
CULTURE
SOCIOLOGICAL ESSAY
SOCIAL DEMOGRAPHY
POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY
SOCIOLOGY OF CHANGE
AND DEVELOPMENT
CRIMINOLOGY
PROJECT WORK

Theory/
Practical

Credit

Total
Marks

Term
End
(A)

Assignments
/
Internal
Assessment
(B)

Minimum
Passing
Marks
(A+B)

First Semster
Theory
3

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory
3
100
Theory
3
100
Second Semester
Theory
4
100

80
80

20
20

36
36

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Third Semester
Theory
3
100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory
3
100
Theory
3
100
Theory
3
100
Fourth Semester
Theory
4
100

80
80
80

20
20
20

36
36
36

80

20

36

Theory
Practical

80
240

20
-

36
150

4
8

100
300

M.A. SOCIOLOGY
SEMESTER-I
PAPER-I CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGICAL TRADITION 1
UNIT-1
Historical Socio-Economic background of the Emergence of Sociology. A Comte Hierarchy of
Science.
Brief history of development of social thought (Reniarison its Impact) Industrial revaluation.
UNIT-2
Karl Marx-Marxs theory of Social change. Marxian Dialectical materialism as a
philosophical perspective of change and its laws. Materialism interpretation of history. As a
perspective of explaining transformation of human society through different stages,
Economic determinism.

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UNIT-3
Emile Durkheim:- Intellectual background. Social disintegration as a legacy of industrial
Revolution. Mechanical and Organic solidarities. Explanation of increasing division of
labour. Pathological forms of division of labour.
UNIT-4
Max Weber- Intellectual background analysis of modern capitalism.
Theory of Authority Authority and Power Types of Authority and bases of their
legitimacy. Views on the role of ideas an values in social change with reference to the
relationship between Protestant ethane and emergence of capitalism.
UNIT-5
Thirstier Veblen:- Theory of conspicuous consumption. Theory of leisure class, Theory for
Social change.

PAPER-II METHODOLOGY OF SOCIAL RESEARCH I


UNIT-I
Concept of Method and Methodology technique of research Meaning and nature of Social
Research.
UNIT-2
Scientific Method in Social science Types of Social Research. Research design Basic steps in
Social Research.
UNIT-3
Nature of Social Reality and Approaches. Methodological perspectives in Sociological Theory,
Logic pf inquiry in social research.
UNIT-4
Inductive and Deductive theory building. Objective its value & neutrality. Significance of
Hypothesis in Social research.
UNIT-5
Quantitative Research Techniques: Techniques and Methods of qualitative research.
Participant observation; ethnography, interview.

PAPER-III RURAL SOCIETY IN INDIA I


UNIT-I
Rural Society Meaning. Definitions, Characteristics. Agrarian, Peasant and Folk Society:
Concept and Characteristics Village: Concept, Types, Rural-urban Distinction and
Continuum.
Rural Social Institution: Family, Religion, Marriage. Caste System and changes taking place.
UNIT-2
Agrarian Relation in Rural India: Land Ownership and its Types. Land and Labour, Rural
Class Structure, Jaimani System. Agrarian Movements in India.
UNIT-3
Rural Political Life; Rural Elite and Leadership-Past and Present. Faction and Factionalism
in Rural India. Dominant Caste in India. Emerging Rural Leadership and Development.
UNIT-4
Rural Problems: Rural Poverty, Land-less Labour, Untouchability. Emigration of People.

PAPER-IV URBAN SOCIETY IN INDIA


UNIT-1
Urban Sociology:
Concept of Urban Sociology and importance of Urban Study.
Urban Community and Spatial dimensions.

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Changing urban society.
UNIT-2
Urban Society in India:Urban Society in India.
Emerging trends and factors of Urbanization.
UNIT-3
Classification of Urban centres:- Cities and Town.
Indian city and its growth.
UNIT-4
Urban social structure and problems:
Changing occupation structure and its impact on social stratification- Family Caste & Class.
Migration & Poverty.
Urban environmental problems.
UNIT-5
Town planning:
Factors affecting Urban Planning.
Urban Planning-meaning and agencies.
Problems of Urban management in India.

PAPER-V INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY-I


UNIT-I
a) Industrial Sociology: Nature and Scope.
b) Development of Industrial Structure: Informal and Formal Industry.
c) Division of Labour, Alienation Labour Unrest and Class Struggle
UNIT-II
a) Industrial Bureaucracy.
b) Labour Organization.
c) Labour Movement.
UNIT-III
a) Work Concept: Nature; Word ethics
b) Labour Migration
c) Labour relation in India.
UNIT-IV
a) Industrial Society.
b) Women and Child Labour
c) Industry in Tribal area.
UNIT-V
a) Contemporary Industrial Reality
b) Power, Industry and Capitalism.
c) Labour security and Social welfare.

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SEMESTER II
PAPER-I CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGICAL TRADITION II
UNIT-I
Impact of industrial Revaluation and of new mode of production on society and economy.
Aguste Comte: - Study of statics and dynamics, Law of three stages, Positivism, Religion of
humanity.
UNIT-2
Marxs analysis of emergence and development of capitalism concentration of concepts of
surplus value and exploitation. Emergence of classes and class conflict. Future of
Capitalism & Alienation in Capitalism society. Theory of Ideology-Ideology as a part of super
structure.
UNIT-3
Theory of suicide: - Emile Durkein: Methodology by E.Durkegn. Theory of Religion:- Scared
and profane source of religion. Religious rituals-Their types, social role of religion.
UNIT-4
Max Weber: Theory of Bureaucracy-Capitalism and growing rationalism and emergence of
modern bureaucracy, Ideal type of bureaucracy, concepts of status, class and power
Contribution of the Methodology of social Science-Verstehen and ideal types.
UNIT-5
Vilfredo Pareto:- Intellectual background.
Contribution to the methodology his logic expenmentaj method.
Classification of logical and non-logical actions.
Explanation of non-logical actions in terms his theory of residues and Derivatives.
Theory of Social Change-Circulation of El ides.
PAPER-II METHODOLOGY OF SOCIAL RESEARCH II
UNIT-1
Quantitative Methods and survey research
Assumptions of quantification and measurement
Survey techniques, Limitation of Survey.
UNIT-2
Sampling design
Questionnaire construction, interview schedule Measurement and scaling.
UNIT-3
Case study method, Content analysis, Life history, Sociomeltry. Panel study.
UNLT-4
Statistics in Social research:
Measures of central tendency: Mean, Median, Mode.
Measures of Dispersion: Standard Deviation: mean Deviation Quantitative Deviation.
UNIT-5
Co relation analysis: Tests of Significance
Graphic and Diagrammatic presentation of Data.
Use of statistics in social research. Its advantages and Limitations.
Apphcation of computer in Social Research.

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PAPER-III RURAL SOCIETY IN INDIA II


UNIT-1
Rural Development: Meaning and Significance of Rural Development in society
Panchayati Raj Institution. Panchayat before and after 73 Amendments.
Panchayati Raj in Madhya Pradesh.
UNIT-2
Rural Reconstruction and Planning, Community Development Programme. Five Year Plans.
Co-operative Efforts and Co-operation. Self Help Groups, Gender and Development.
UNLT-3
Issues and Strategies for Rural Development. Rural Social Structure and Culture.
Development and Socio Economic Disparities.
UNIT-4
Significance of Village studies in India.
Changing Rural Society. Green Revolution and Social change.
Changing aspects of Rural Leadership, Factionalism, Empowerment of People.
UNIT-5
Social Change in Rural India:
Sanskritizatiofl, Modernization, Globalization and lnfonnation in flow and its impact on
Rural India. Planned Change for Rural Society.

PAPER-IV URBAN SOCIETY IN INDIA II


UNIT-1
Changing occupational structure and its impact on social stratification-Caste, Class and
Gender and Family.
UNIT-2
Indian city and its growth, mcgapolis, problems and housing, slum development, urban
environment problems, urban poverty.
UNIT-3
Differences between town, city, metropolis and megapolis. Sociological studies in Indian
cities: Chandigarh, Jaipur and Ahemadnagar.
UNIT-4
Problems of Urban cities: Poverty, Crime, Alcohilism, Drug-abuse, migration, Problems of
housing, environmental pollution.
UNIT-5
Politics in Indian cities, Educational centers in Urban India. The role of mass- media,
computer and IT in Urban centers.

PAPER-V SOCIOLOGY OF KINSHIP, MARRIAGE & FAMILY


Unit- 1
Kinship : definition , types and usages, and charificaltory kinship
Unit-2
Marriage : Dehnigr types ways to acquiring maters .preferential marriage sociological
significance of marriage .

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Unit-3
Family : an a universal concept function of family . typolorgy of family a polyandrous and
matrilineal family .
Unit- 4
Problems A. distances in kinship behaviour B .Divorce, widower, wedroure C Broken family
old age person londinere in family. Gerontology, child problems
Unit- 5
A. Changing attitudes towards kinship .
B. Recent changes in marriage. & family system.
C. Impact of globalization on Indian family system

MA SOCIOLOGY
SEMESTER - III
PAPER I - THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE IN SOCIOLOGY
Unit- 1
Nature of Formation of sociology theory: a) Meaning and Nature of sociological theory.
b) Formation process of sociological theory.
c) Levels of theorization.
Unit- 2
Social structure and Social Anomie:
a) The Idea of Social Structure-Reddifle Brown and S.F. Nadel.
b) Social Anomie_Emile Durkheim and R.K. Merton.
c) Neo Structuralism M.Foucault and J.Alexender
Unit- 3
Theory of Functionalism:a) Functionalism (Early theories)-Malinowaski and Emile Durkheim.
b) Functional Diamentions of social system-T.Parsons.
c) Paradigm for functional theory in Sociology R.K.Merton.
Unit- 4
Conflict theory:a) Conflict theory-Karl Marx
b) Mar critique by Ralf Dahrendorf
c) Functional Analysis of conflict- L.Coser.
Unit- 5
Interactionist perspective and Recent trends in Sociological theory:
a) Symbolic interactionism (G'H'mead and H Rlumer)'
b) Phenomenological sociology (A.Schutz and Edmund Husserl)
c) Ethno methodology (H'Garfinkel)
References:-

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1. Parsons Falcott 1937-1949, The structure of social action, Vol. I & II McGraw Hill, New
York.
2. Mukerjee R.N.- Samajik Vicharo ka Itihas
3. Emile Drkhem: Ek Samaj Shastriya Adhyayan.
4. Coser, L.A. 1977: Masters of Sociology thougth , New York.

PAPER II - INDIAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE


Unit-1
a) Components of Indian society
b) Demographic . Religious Linguistic, Regional and cultural group.
c) Caste and Dominant Caste.
d) Class and Class formation in recent India.
Unit-2
Culture :a) Definition attributes and Component of culture
b) Little and great tradition in India.
c) Acculturation and Enculturation.
Unit-3
Organization and Institution :
a) Family and Marriage.
b) Kinship and Clan.
c) Rural and Urban Contineum.
Unit-4
Group:
a) Rural India
b) Tribal India
c) Urban India
Unit-5
Monographs (Basics)
a) An Indian Village S.C. Dubey
b) The Kumar S.C. Dubey
c) The City D. Souza
References:1.

Fox, Robin, 1967: Kinship and Marriage: Marriage: An Anthropological perspective,


Harmoknsworth: Penguin Books Ltd,

2.

Uberoi, Patrica (ed.) 1993: Family Kinship and Marriage in India, New Delhi.

3.

Dube, Leela, 1974: Sociology of Kinship: An Analytical Survey of Literature, Bombay

PAPER III - SOCIOLOGICAL ESSAY


Write Essay on the following topics
a) Women Empowerment
b) Child Labor

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c) Domestic Violence
d) Panchayati Raj
e) Rural Development
f)

Social Change

g) N.G.O
h) Human Rights
i)

Self Help Group

j)

Environment

References:1. Mukerjee R.N.- Samajik Vicharo ka Itihas


2. Ramasvvamy E.A. 1988, Industry and Labour OUP.
3. Gill, S.S. 1998. The pathology of corruption, New Delhi.
4. Reid, Suctitus 1976. Crime and Criminology illinayse: Deydan Press

PAPER IV - SOCIAL DEMOGRAPHY


Unit-1
Concept :
a) a)Social demography: Definition method of study. Utility relationship between.
b) Demography and social sciences. (Sociology Economics and political Science.
c) Population structure in India and policies
Unit-2
Census :
a) Importance of Census, census policy in India
b) Methods of finding and analyzing birth & death rate.
c) Crude birth and death rate.
Unit-3
a) Theories: a. Malthus and Neo Malthusian theories.
b) Biological, Economical, Socio cultural theories
c) Optimum theory of population
Unit-4
a) Welfare : a. Family welfare program in India.
b) Critical evaluation of family welfare programme in India.
c) family welfare and health
Unit-5
a) Policies: Demographic role in India
b) Govt policies regarding populahan control. In Indian context.
c) Role of N. G . O in the filed of betterment of Indian population
References:1. Pollaok: Family Planning.
2. Davis: The Population changes in India.
3. Dr. Shrivastava O.S. : Janankikyshastra Ka Arthshastra and Samajshastra.
4.

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PAPER V -POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY


Unit-1
a) Political Sociology: Definition, Subject Matter and Scope
b) Political Development, Political Sociolizaton.
c) Political Participation.
Unit- 2
a) Political System:- Definition, Classification
b) Political Elite:- , Pareto, Mosca & Mills.
c) Political Culture.
Unit- 3
a) Democratic System:- Definition, Characteristics, Merits and Types of Democracy,
Democracy in India.
b) Totalitarian System:- Definition, Types: cephalic and accphalic.
Unit- 4
a) Pressure and Interest group, Political Parties , Voting behavior, Political Processes in
India.
b) Bureaucracy:- Concept, Characteristics, Views of Max Weber on Bureoucracy
Unit- 5
a) Significance of Public opinion in Democracy. Policies of Protective discrimination and
subaltern polity.
b) Decentralization of Polity and Panchayati Raj.
References:1. Dowse, R.E. & Hughes 1971: Political Sociology, New York Basic Book.
2. Kothari R. 1979- Politics in India, Orient Longmans Ltd.
3. Lipset S.M. 1959- Political Man, H.E.B.
4. I.S. Chouhan , Shrinath Sharma- Political Sociology, Sahitya Bhavan, Agra

SEMESTER-IV
PAPER I - SOCIOLOGY OF CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT
Unit- 1
Social Change:
a) Meaning and forms of social change: progress,evolution, and development.
b) Theories of social change: linear, cyclical and diffusionism.
c) Factors of social change demographic economic religious and educational.
Unit- 2
Social Process:
a) Process of social change sanskritization and westernization.
b) Concept of Modernization and secularization.
c) Concept of Democratization and Globlization.
Unit- 3
Development:

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a) Culture and Development, Post modernism.
b) Changing conceptions of development: Economic growth, human development and
Sustainable development.
c) Approaches and strategies of planning and development.
Unit- 4
Agencies of Development and Change:
a) Paths and Ways: of development Capitalist, Socialist and Gandhians.
b) Culture and development; culture as an aid to development, Development and
change of tradition.
c) Role of NGOs in the process of Development.
Unit- 5
Indian experiences of Development:
a) Transition From Welfare state to Capitalist Society.
b) Cultural Transfomation.
c) Social impact of IT revolution.
References:1. Abraham, M.F. 1990 Modern Sociological Theory: An Introduction, New Delhi
2. Sharma, SL 1986 Development: Socio-Culture Dimensions. Jaipur:
3. Sharma, SL 1980 Criteria of Social Development, Journal of Social Action, JanMar.

PAPER II - CRIMINOLOGY
Unit- 1
a) criminology mearing ,scope subject mather
b) concept of white color crime .
c) crime against women crine and women .
Unit- 2
Theories & Types.:a) Sociological theories of crime
b) Typology of crime
c)

juvenile Deliquency

Unit- 3
Correctional programe .:a) Educational , vocational
b) Human Rights & prision management
c) Reformatary institutions
Unit- 4
Punishment ;
a) meaning nature and aims
b) Theories of punishment
c) probation and payrole
Unit- 5
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a) concept of prison
b) role of police in crime prevention
c) open prision after care & rehabitalization compensation to victim
References:1. Bedi, Kiran 1998. It is always possible, New Delhi:
2. Gill, S.S. 1998. The pathology of corruption, New Delhi.
3. Reid, Suctitus 1976. Crime and Criminology illinayse: Deydan Press.
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COUNSELLING AND STUDY STRUCTURE


Course
Code

Title of the
Course

1MA1

Credit

CLASSICAL
SOCIOLOGICAL
TRADITION I
1MA2
METHODOLOGY
OF SOCIAL
RESEARCH I
1MA3
RURAL SOCIETY
IN INDIA I
1MA4
URBAN SOCIETY
IN INDIA - I
1MA5
INDUSTRIAL
SOCIOLOGY
Second Semester
2MA1
CLASSICAL
SOCIOLOGICAL
TRADITION II
2MA2
METHODOLOGY
OF SOCIAL
RESEARCH II
2MA3
RURAL SOCIETY
IN INDIA II
2MA4
URBAN SOCIETY
IN INDIA II
2MA5
SOCIOLOGY OF
KINSHIP,
MARRIAGE &
FAMILY

3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5

THEORETICAL
PERSPECTIVE IN
SOCIOLOGY
INDIAN SOCIETY
AND CULTURE
SOCIOLOGICAL
ESSAY
SOCIAL
DEMOGRAPHY
POLITICAL
SOCIOLOGY

Total
Hours
of
Study

Counselling and Study Structure (hours)

Face to
Face
Counselling
First Semester
90
12

Self
study

Practical

Assignments

51

27

120

16

68

36

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

120

16

68

36

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

51

27

120

16

68

36

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

Third Semester
12

Fourth Semester

91

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4MA1
4MA2
2MA3

SOCIOLOGY OF
CHANGE AND
DEVELOPMENT
CRIMINOLOGY
PROJECT WORK

120

16

68

36

4
8

120
240

16
32

68
136

36
72

STUDY MODULES AND BOOKS INFORMATION


Course
Code

Name of the Course

1MA1

CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGICAL
TRADITION I
METHODOLOGY OF SOCIAL
RESEARCH I

1MA2
1MA3

RURAL SOCIETY IN INDIA


I

1MA4

URBAN SOCIETY IN INDIA - I

1MA5

INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY

2MA1

CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGICAL
TRADITION II
METHODOLOGY OF SOCIAL
RESEARCH II
RURAL SOCIETY IN INDIA
II
URBAN SOCIETY IN INDIA
II
SOCIOLOGY OF KINSHIP,
MARRIAGE & FAMILY

2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5

First Semster
Shastriya Samajshatriya Parampara, Dr. D.S. Baghel,
Kailash Pustak Sadan
Essentials of Social Research Kalof, TMH
Samaj Shashastriya Shodh Ki Addhyan Paddhatiya, Dr.
Dixit,Tripathi, Kailash Pustak Sadan
Rural Sociology in India 5th Edition. A.R. Desai, Popular
Publication, Mumbai / Rural Sociology (Paperback) Rajendra
Kumar Sharma Atlantic
Bharat Me Gramin Samaj, Dr. D.S.Baghel, Kailash Pustak
Sadan
Urban Sociology Rajendra Kumar Sharma Atlantic
Nagriya Samajshastra, Amit Agrawal, Kailash Pustak Sadan
Industrial Sociology- Mahesh Bhatnagar, S. Chand
Prasad, Vayu Pub
Udyog Aur Samaj, Dr. D.S.Baghel, Kailash Pustak Sadan
Second Semester
Shastriya Samajshatriya Parampara, Dr. D.S.Baghel,
Kailash Pustak Sadan
Samaj Shashastriya Shodh Ki Addhyan Paddhatiya, Dr.
Dixit, Kailash Pustak Sadan
Bharat Me Gramin Samaj, Dr. D.S.Baghel, Kailash Pustak
Sadan
Nagriya Samajshastra, Amit Agra, Kailash Pustak Sadan
Natedari,Vivah Aur Parivar, Dr. D.S.Baghel, Kailash Pustak
Sadan
Third Semester

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THEORETICAL
PERSPECTIVE
SOCIOLOGY

3MA2

INDIAN
SOCIETY
CULTURE

3MA3
3MA4
3MA5

SOCIOLOGICAL ESSAY
SOCIAL DEMOGRAPHY
POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

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4MA2

Criminology Ram Ahuja- Rawat Pub

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PROJECT WORK

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DATE SCHEDULE AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENTS


DUE DATE OF SUBMISSION OF ALL ASIGNMENTS AT THE STUDY CENTRE
Year
Semester - I

Semester - II

Semester - III

Semester - IV

Assignment No.
1MA1
1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5
2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5
3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
4MA1
4MA2

Due Date
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)

Note: Assignments of the course are available for download at the CVRU Website
http://www.cvru.ac.in . You can download the assignments as per your course, follow the
instructions given and submit it before due dates at the study centre.

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M.A. EDUCATION

Scheme of Examination
Detailed Syllabus
Counseling and Study Structure
Study Modules & Books Information
Date Schedule & Instructions for Submitting Assignments

INSTITUTE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION (IODE)


DR. C.V.RAMAN UNIVERSITY
KARGI ROAD, KOTA, BILASPUR, CHATTISGARH

PHONE : 07753-253737, 8827920016, 8827920019 FAX : 07753-253728


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M.A. EDUCATION
Duration

2 years (Four Semesters)

Eligibility

Graduate in any Discipline

Scheme of Examination
Course
Code

Name of the Course

1MA1

EDUCATIONAL
PHILOSOPHY.
ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL
PSYCHOLOGY
SOCIOLOGICAL
FOUNDATION
OF
EDUCATION
HISTORY
OF
INDIAN
EDUCATION
PRACTICAL- FIELD WORK &
SEMINAR PRESENTATION

1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5
2MA1

Theory/
Practical

Credit

Total
Marks

Term
End
(A)

Assignments
/
Internal
Assessment
(B)

Minimum
Passing
Marks
(A+B)

First Semester
Theory
3

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Second Semester
Theory
3
100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory
Theory

3
3

100
100

80
80

20
20

36
36

Theory

100

80

20

36

2MA5

ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL
TECHNOLOGY
ADVANCED RESEARCH AND
STATISTICS
COMPUTER EDUCATION.
ENVIRONMENTAL
EDUCATION
PRACTICAL- CASE STUDY.

3MA1

COMPARATIVE EDUCATION.

Third Semester
Theory
3
100

80

20

36

3MA2

POPULATION

EDUCATION.

Theory

100

80

20

36

3MA3
3MA4

METHODS OF TEACHING.
EDUCATIONAL
ADMINISTRATION
AND
MANAGEMENT
EXTENSION EDUCATION.

Theory
Theory

4
3

100
100

80
80

20
20

36
36

Theory
3
100
Fourth Semester
Theory
4
100

80

20

36

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Practical

300

240

150

2MA2
2MA3
2MA4

3MA5
4MA1
4MA2
2MA3

EDUCATIONAL, GUIDANCE
AND COUNSELLING.
ADVANCE
SPECIAL
EDUCATION
PRACTICAL-DISSERTATION.

SEMESTER - I
PAPER-I EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY
OBJECTIVES:a) To enable the students to understand the contribution of philosophy to education,
b) To acquaint the students with the different philosophical schools.
UNIT- I
The Concepts of Education and Philosophy and their inter relationships.
Branches of Philosophy:

Meta Physics.

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Epistemology.
Axiology.
Logic and their bearing on Education.

LINIT-II
Education and philosophical schools

Existentialism
Marxism
Logical Positivism
Realism along with their educational implication.

UNIT.III

Indian schools of philosophy and their educational implication on education.


Sankhya, Yoga, Naya-Vesesika, Vedanta, Buddhism, Jainism, and their implication
on education.

UNIT-lV
Educational Thinkers and Their contribution

B. Russel.
Mahatma Gandhi
Ravindra Nath Tagore.
Vivekanda.
Aurobindo, Integral education.

UNIT-V
Education and its interrelationship with:

Education
Education
Education
Education

and
and
and
and

Religion.
Culture.
Value.
Peace.

PAPER- II ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY


OBJECTIVES:
a) To enable the students to understand psychology as a scientific discipline and its
applications to Education.
b) To enable the students to understand the nature of development and to appreciate
the common characteristics, needs and behavioral problem of children and
adolescents at successive stages of development.
c) To acquaint the students about the nature and concept of motivation and learners.
UNIT- I

Educational psychology, concept, meaning, scope and methods of educational


Psychology.

UNIT- II
Theories of Learning

Classical Conditioning.
Operant Conditioning.
Hull's Theory.
Insight Theory.

UNIT-III
Transfer of Training

Theories and educational implications.


Motivation- Concept, types and Theories.
Motivation and Learning.

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Factors effecting learning.

UNIT- IV
Individual Difference and Intelligence

Heredity and Environment.


Sources of individual difference.
Abilities
Aptitude
Attitude.
Interest
Achievement.
Theories of intelligence and measurement of intelligence, creativity and its
measurement.

UNIT- V
Personality and Mental Health:

Concept and Themes, Types of Personality, Assessment of Personality.


Concept of Mental Health, Conflict, Frustration.
Process of Adjustment and Defence Mechanisms.
Stress Management.

PAPER- III SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION


OBJECTIVES :a) To develop adequate familiarity with social structure, class, casre
b) To help students to make a critical analysis of scope student,
c) To help to know impact of religion, culture and society.
UNIT- I
Sociology of Education.

Meaning, nature and concept of society, culture, civilization and sociological


education.
Education as a subsystem of social system.
Relationship between, individual to individual, individual to society and group to
group socialization of child.

UNIT- II

Concept and-theories of social change and social mobility.


Prejudice - Concept and types of prejudice.
Difference between prejudice and stereotypes.

UNIT. III

Role of mass media and communication for social development.


Education and Politics.
Provision in Indian constitution relating to education.
Concept of urbanization, modernization, westernization and sanskritization along
with their impact on education

UNIT- IV

Human Rights and Values Social Equality and Equality of Education Opportunities.
Study of social thoughts of Durkheim, Radha Kamal Mukharjee, Shyama Charan
Dube along with their messages for educations.
Women Empowerment and Education.

UNIT-V

Meaning of National integration, Internal understanding.


Communal Harmony (Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Sikhism.

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PAPER- IV HISTORY OF INDIAN EDUCATION


OBJECTIVES :a) To ensure that students are having proper knowledge of thoughts and practice of
western and Indian education in the development of Indian education.
b) The students will be able to compare the Indian education with that of other
countries of the world.
UNIT-I
Education in Ancient India.

Education in Vedic and Buddhist Period :- Education in Gurukuls, Vihars and


Madrasas, I'eacher pupil Relationship.
Education in Medieval Period.

UNIT-II
History of education in India during pre Independence Era.

Salient features and major recommendation of Macaulay's minute, Woods Dispatch,


Hunter commission, Indian Universities Commission.

UNIT- III .
History of Education in India during post Independence Era

University Education Commission 1952-53.


Indian Education Commission - 1964-66.
Educational Policy Statement 1968.
NPE-1986 and 1992.

UNIT- IV
Educational Experiments In India.

Wardha Scheme - Basic Education of Gandhi.


Shantiniketan - Experiments of Education and Politics.
Dyananda and DAV schools.
Navodaya Vidyalaya.
Jamia Millia and Banasthali Vidyapeeth.

UNIT- V
Current issues in Indian Education.

UPE, Universal Primacy Education.


Literacy Campaign.
Sarva Skisha Abhiyan.
Education and Globalization, Privatization of Higher Education.
Work experience. Vocationalisation of education.

PAPER- V PRACTICAL FIELD WORK AND SEMINAR PRESENTATION


The students will have to choose a topic with the consultation of teachers and finally
present in the seminar. The students will choose a topic each for field work and seminar.
He/She will make ate presentation in the class besides writing a report on field work.

SEMESTER-II
PAPER I ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
OBJECTIVES :To help students :a) understand the meaning, nature and important components of E.T in terms of
hardware and software.

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b) understand the basic idea of integrating new technology in education for achieving
the goal of effective teaching and learning and meet the challenges of
universalization of education and information explosion expected in the near future.
c) distinguish between communication and instruction and enable them to develop and
design sound instructional systern in the light of the learned models and strategies
of teaching.
d) get acquainted with emerging trends in E.T. along with resource centres of E.T and
understand the need and importance of researches in this area.
UNIT-I

Educational Technology- Meaning & Definition, scope and significance.


Development of Educational Technology
Technology in Education and Technology of Education
Difference in Educational Technology, Instruction Technology and
Information Technology.
Forms of Educational Technology
Systems Approach in Education- Concept, sub, systems and closed and open system
application of systems approach to Instruction. Advantages of adopting systems
approach in education.

UNIT-II

Hardware and software Technologies: meaning and development of hardware


technologies in education.
Video hardware-non-projected Programmed text books and teaching machines.
Projected overhead projector, LCD Projector, paper presenter technology and uses.
Audio hardware - Recorder, radio & interactive broadcasting through class room.
Audio-video - Instructional Television Importance and scope. Closed circuit
television.
Technology and uses. Computers in Education meaning of computer assisted and
computer managed learning application in education.

LTNIT-III

Communication technologies: concept process, elements sender, receiver, message


and media, Types of communication, media in communication, Print media.
Models of Teaching- Definition and characteristics, Families of models of Teaching.
Information processing models-inquiry training, concept attainment advance
organizer. Social interaction model jurisprudential. Personal development model non directive teaching, modification. Programmed Instruction

UNIT-IV

New Technologies - Interactive (Computer mediated) video and its use in Education
hypertext tale text, Video, digital. white board Decoder.
Computer technology - Computer as an educational tool, Types of computer
(According to size and function)
Computer accessories used for educational purposes - scanner, OMR, digital camera
web camera different kinds of microphones and there uses.
Internet: Meaning and its working, Virtual Reality, Virtual University, Artificial
intelligence.

UNIT-V
Mass Media approach in Technology :

Meaning a definition of mass media.


Types and functions of mass media.
Mass media in education, present status of educational mass in India.
Difficulties in the use of mass media.
Characteristics of media planning and arrangement.
Multimedia package for effective class room instruction.

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PAPER- II ADVANCED RESEARCH AND STATISTICS


OBJECTIVES :To enable the students to:a) understand the meaning ofacientific method, scientific inquiry, paradigm, theory and
their implications for educational research.
b) understand the characteristics of philosophical, psychological and sociological
researches in education.
c) develop the ability and competence of students to plan and execute research and
apply its findings in educational practices.
d) understand the methodology of various types of researches, analyze the data,
interpret it, and to draw conclusions.
UNIT- I Nature of Research Knowledge and Inquiry.

Scientific inquiry; Scientific Method, nature and source of knowledge


Paradigm, theory, model and approach: positivist and non positivist (humanities)
paradigms and their implications for educational research.
Educational Research - Meaning, nature, need, scope and basic assumptions; Levels
of research-basic, action and applied, quantitative and qualitative, ethnographic and
phenomenological, History of development of educational research. Philosophical,
Psychological and Orientation in Educational Research, inter-disciplinarily in
Educational Research and its implications.
Basic Elements of Research: Problem and Variable; types of variables their
characteristics and relations.
Methods of Educational Research : Experimental, Normative Survey, Historical, Case
Study, Ethnographic, Documentary Analysis.

UNIT - II

Developing a Research Proposal: Format of a Research Proposal, Selection of a


problem Sources, Criteria and practices for selecting, identifying and defining a
problem, Objectives - Primary, Secondary and Concomitant: Review of Related
Literature: Hypothesis- Nature, definition, types, sources, characteristics of- a good
hypothesis, Directional and Non-directional Hypothesis.
Sampling: Population and sample; sampling techniques, probability and nonprobability sampling. Characteristics of a good sample: Use of Table of Random
numbers, Sampling error and method of reducing it.

UNIT III

Tools and Techniques of Data Collection and their uses - questionnaire, schedules,
Rating Scales, Attitude Scales projective and psychometric measures; observation,
Interview, Semantic differential.
Characteristics of a good research tool- Reliability, Validity, Objectivity, Usability,
Norms
Research Report - Significance and mechanism-format, chapterisation, language
and style, features
of scientific writing and their implications for researchers and
practitioners; bibliography and References.
Evaluation of Research report.

UNIT IV
Nature of Educational Data: Qualitative and Quantitative

Qualitative Data: Its analysis with emphasis on content analysis: analysis of


Interview based and observation based data.
Quantitative Data: Scales of Measurement: Nominal, Ordinal, Interval, Ratio.
Use of computer in data analysis.

UNIT V

Graphical representation of data, Measures of Central Tendency (Mean, Median,


Mode): Measures of Variability (Range, Quartile deviation,. Average deviation,

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Standard deviation) Measures of Relative Position (Percentile and Percentile Ranks),


Measures of Association : Linear correlation biserial, Point biserial, Tetrachoric and
Phi-co-efficient. Partial Correlation, Regression Prediction.
Normal distribution - characteristics & application.
Inferential Statistics: parameter and statistics, concept of standard error of
statistical measures.
Parametric and Non parametric Techniques:o Parametric - t-test, one way analysis of variance (ANOVA), Testing of
difference between correlations.o Non parametric - Sign, Median and chi-square Tests

PAPER III COMPUTER EDUCATION


OBJECTIVES :

To
To
To
To

acquaint students with basic elements of computers.


acquaint them with Computers as Research tool
prepare students for using the Computer as medium of instruction (CAI)
acquaint them with computer as Communication Tool

UNIT -I Basic of Computer Hardware.

Computer : Structure block diagram.


Computer Hardware : Meaning and classification
Working of:- Input Devices, Processing Devices, Output Devices.
Memory Devices: Primary - RAM, ROM
.o Secondary- HDD, FDD, CD-ROM Auxillary Memory
Emerging Computer Hardware Technologies

UNIT-II Software Applications.

Application Software : Meaning, classification.


System Software : Meaning, classification (DOS, WINDOWS in Detail)
Documentation preparation making of synopsis, cover page, report writing by using
Word Processing (Ms- Word and PageMaker)
Use of Spreadsheet (Excel, SPSS) :- Data Entry, Data Analysis, Charts, graphs,
computers in data analysis' statistical packages.
Presentation Software:- Power point presentation of report.

UNIT- III Computers in Education.

Computer aided instruction.


CAI :- Meaning , Modes,
Advantages and disadvantages of Computer Assisted Instruction
Multimedia : Meaning , use of multimedia CD-ROM's for educational Purposes

UNIT-IV

Internet : Meaning, History, working, Educational uses of the Internet including:


educational web sites & resources; downloading information; understanding the
basics of Hypertext Mark Up Language (HTML); Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
Surfing the Internet: Searching, Connecting, Communicating, Downloading web
education

UNIT-V

Electronic Mail: Application and usages of E-mail.

PAPER IV ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION


Unit I : EnvironmentMeaning, Scope and Nature

Environmental Education Definition, meaning and approaches

Introduction of Environmental Pollution and its types

Causes, effect and control of Air, Water, Noise, Land, Radioactive/Nuclear

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Social Pollution

Unit II : Causes and Effects of Environmental Hazards Global and Local

Environmental Pollution and its relation with environmental hazards.

Environments hazardsgreen house effect, ozone layer depletion, acid rain, global
warming, rise in sea level, pillar melting.

Impact of Human activities on Environment.

Unit III : Salient Features of Environment Awareness Through Education

Programme of Environmental Education for upper primary and secondary school


children.

Role of curriculum.

Different teaching methods and different activities to bring awareness.

Evaluation techniques to test awareness of children.

Unit IV : Biodiversity Concept of Biodiversity National Parks, Sanctuaries and Projects

Components of Ecosystem biotic and a biotic, food web, food-chain, Ecosystem and
its types.

Carbon, Nitrogen, Water cycle

Conservation of National resources water, soil

Biodiversity and its conservation

Biodiversity and food security

An Important Environmental priority learning to live in harmony with nature.

Interdependence of man and Environment.

Air Pollution control Act, water pollution control Act, Environmental protection Act.

Unit V : Role of School in Environmental Conservation and Sustainable Development

Role of teacher in Inculcation of those values among Students, which are helpful in
conservation of Environment.

Methodology to record attitudinal/ behavioral changes in school children towards


environmental protection.

SECOND YEAR
SEMESTER - III
PAPER- I COMPARATIVE EDUCATION
OBJECTIVES :The course content will help students :a) To understand comparative education as a new discipline.
b) Develop an understanding about the educational systems in terms of factors and
approaches of comparative education.
c) Develop the skills that enables one to assess the efficacy of educational systems of
different countries in terms of the dominant trends prevailing there.
d) Develop a perspective about the implications of comparative education for solving
existing educational problems in India.
UNIT-1

Comparative Education: Meaning, aims and implications :o Scope, Methods and major concepts of comparative education.
o Intra and Inter educational analysis.
Modern trends in world education - National and Global.

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Factors affecting national system of Education in India.

UNIT- II

Comparative Education: Factors and Approaches - Racial. Geographic, Economic,


Cultural, Sociological, Philosophical, Linguistic, Scientific, Ecological, Religious,
Political.
o Cross-disciplinary approach.
Democracy and Nationalism.

UNIT. III
A comparative study of the systems of education of different countries with special reference
to _

Pre-primary education - U.S.A., U.K., Russia, India.


Primary Education - U.S.A., U.K., Japan, India.
Secondary Education - U.S.A., U.K., Russia, Japan, India.
Higher Education - U.S.A., U.K., Russia, France, India.
Teacher Education - U.S.A., U.K., Russia, India.
Women's Education - India.

UNIT .IV

Prevalent problems in Developing countries and intervention of education -Issues


and concerns.
o Major problems and educational interventions with special reference to India.
Environmental Degradation and sustainable development.
Population explosion.
Universalization of elementary education.
Unemployment.
Terrorism and insurgency.
Economic under-development.
Vocationalization of education.
Political Instability

UNIT V

Role of U.N.O. in improving educational opportunities among member countries.


o Official organs of U.N.O. and their educational activities in India.

PAPER II - POPULATION EDUCATION


OBJECTIVES :.
The course content will help students :a) To aquaint about socio-economic conditions of the society and its relation to the
population.
b) To aquaint the students about population dynamics, growth and its impact on the
community.
c) To impart knowledge about population growth and its impact on development.
d) To provide knowledge about gender equality and equity for empowerment of women.
UNIT-I
Nature and scope of population Education.

Definition & Concept of Population Education.


Scope and Importance of Population Education.
Historical perspectives of Population Education.
Objectives and approaches of Population Education.
Components of Population Education and its relation with other discipline.

UNIT-II
Population Dynamics in India:

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Status of Population in Madhya Pradesh and India.


Distribution and density of Population in India.
Causes of Population growth in India.
Constrictions of Population in India Religious, Social, Economic & Political.
Population migration, demographic terminologies.

UNIT-III
Population and Quality of Life.

Meaning of quality of life and development.


Consequences of Population growth in India.
Impact of Population growth on quality of life.
Impact of Population on health services, housing, food, education, environment,
employment etc.
Population growth and transportation.

UNIT-IV
Population Environment & Resources.

Sustainable management of resources-unsustainable consumption and production


patterns and their irnpact of environment, need for fostering sustainable resource
use and prevention of environment degradation.
Interrelation between population and environmental issues.
Improving quality of the environments.

UNIT-V
Population and Sustainable Development.

Integration of Population issues in the development strategies: Planning, decision


making and resource allocation for meeting the needs of all, promoting social justice
and eradication of poverty.
Interrelationship between eradication of poverty and population stabilisation.

PAPER III METHOD OF TEACHING


(CHOOSE ANY ONE OF THE OPTIONS)
(A) TEACHING OF SCIENCE
Course Objectives
To enable the teacher trainees:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)

To develop competencies and skills of student teachers in all the domains of science
as a subject.
To develop understanding of the nature of science.
Be acquainted with the objectives of teaching sciences and its domain.
Be acquainted with the concepts of different methods of teaching sciences.
To analyse the content in terms of concepts sub concepts and then interrelationship
in different domain of science.
To acquaint with states of science curriculum and enable them to review science
curriculum.
To develop and use appropriate educational technology and low cost teaching
material.

Unit: I
Nature and Scope of Modern science, Impact of science on modern communities (1)
Scientific methods and attitude. (2) Aims and objectives of teaching science in
school, (3) Bloom's Taxonomy and its applications
Unit: 2
History and Modern Trends in Science Curriculum-(1) Principles of planning science
curriculum as school level. (2) Science curriculum project Nuffield chem. study. (3)

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Co-curricular and non-formal approaches: Field trips, Science clubs, organizing
science fairs & Excursion.
Unit : 3
Methods of Teaching Science & Their Practical Curriculum -(1) Planning for teaching
developing year plans, lesson plans, Content analysis, preparation & development of
improvised apparatus, practice to develop lesson plan on current topics covered in
the secondary curriculum.
Unit : 4
Preparation, Selection & Use of Teaching aids, Team Teaching-Seminar presentation,
Micro teaching & Computer Assisted teaching, Importance of teaching material.
Unit : 5
Evaluation: Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation1. Types of test: objective, essay type & short answer type, Diagnostic test and remedial
test, Achievement test, Criterion referenced test and Blue print.
2. Developing questions for test of different types in sciences.

(B) TEACHING OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES


Course Objectives
To enable the teacher trainee:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

To understand the nature, scope and objectives of teaching environmental studies at


secondary stage.
To develop the skills of using various methods and techniques of teachings.
To evaluate environmental study text book for school level.
To select appropriate devices of evaluation.
To develop skills of using instructional materials.
To develop awareness about environmental hazards, their causes and remedies.
To develop a sense of responsibility towards conservation of environment.

Unit: 1
Nature and Scope of Environmental Studies-(1) Aims and objectives of teaching
environmental studies in schools. (2) Bloom's Taxonomy and its application. (3)
Inculcation of values for the conservation of environment.
Unit: 2
Mettiods of Teaching Environmental Study and their practical application-(1)
Observation, Experimental, Supervised Study method, Project, Heuristic, Roleplaying, Solving, Excursion etc.
Unit: 3
Teaching Aid$-(1) Preparation, Selection and use of teaching aids. (2) Conferences,
Seminars, Symposium, Workshop, Nature club. (3) Use of Internet.
Unit: 4
Lesson Plan-(1) Maxims of teaching, Unit plan, Lesson plan and year plan.
Unit: 5
Curriculum and Evaluation(1) Principles of curriculum construction (2) Modern
trends in curriculum. (3) Types of Tests and Evaluation. (4) Blue print. (5) Evaluation
of text-book of secondary level.

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(C) TEACHING OF SOCIAL SCIENCE


Course Objectives
To enable the teacher trainees:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

To
To
To
To
To
To

understand the objectives of teaching social studies at secondary level.


understand the techniques of teaching social studies.
develop the skills of using various methods of teaching social studies.
evaluate social studies text-book of school level.
select appropriate devices evaluation.
develop skills of using instructional materials.

Unit: 1
Objectives, Scope and Curriculum-(1) Meaning and nature of social studies. (2) Aims
and objectives of teaching of social studies at school stage and skills to be developed
among school students. (3) General principles of curriculum framing, principles of
selection and organization of content. (4) Presentation of the subject matter of social
studies at secondary level.
Unit: 2
Methods of Teaching and Resources of History-(1) General principles and maxims of
teaching in relations to History. (2) Method and techniques of teaching History. (3)
Traditional Method-(i) Modern method, (ii) Importance and need of textbooks. (4)
Qualities of History Teachers.
Unit 3
Teaching Aids for History-(1) Traditional Aids-Black board, Text books. (2) Verbal
aids-Story, Example, Dramatization. (3) Visual Aids-Bulletin Board, Historical
Charts, Historical Maps, Real objects, Specimen, Models, Pictures, Photographs. (4)
Audio Aids-Radio, Tape-recorder. (5) Audio-Visual Aids-Historical filmstrips, T.V. (6)
History Room/Corner in School. (7)Excursion, Excavation, Field work, Museum,
Exhibition of Social and Cultural life of people.
Unit: 4
Lesson Planning: Meaning, Important & Approaches- (1) Year Plan, (2) Unit Plan, (3)
Lesson Plan : Steps, Exponents of Lesson Plan. (4) Unit Test.
Unit: 5
Evaluation in History-(i) meaning and purpose of evaluation, steps of evaluation. (2)
Techniques of Evaluation: Essay type, short answers and objective type test items,
evaluation and values related to History. (3) Construction of unit test. (4) Writing
objective type test items under the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains.

PAPER IV - EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT


Unit I :

Conceptual framework: concept of educational administration. Concept of educational


management human beings as inputs, process and products inputs.

Nature, objectives and scope of educational administration.

Unit II :

Role and functions of headmaster teacher: Basic functions of administration


planning, organising, directing and controlling, maintenance for the awareness of
management . Co-ordination and growth development.

Supervision and inspection

Defects in the present supervision and inspection

Scope of education supervision

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Types of supervision

Providing guidance; leadership function.

Crisis in management

Decision making

Unit III :

Communication in Educational Administration : Role of communication in effective


management and administration, Methods of communication.

Barriers of communication in educational administration. Overcoming barriers to


communication and effective communication in educational administration.

Unit IV :

Management of schools - Role of headmaster in planning of school activities, approach


to management manpower approach, cost benefits approaches , social demand
approach, social justice approach, Involvement of other functionaries and agencies in
the preparation of a plan.

Delegation of author and accountability.

Role of the headmaster in monitoring, supervision and evaluation. Role of the


headmaster in motivating the staff, in resolution of interpersonal conflicts

Role of the headmaster in creaming resources and managing financial matters.

Optimum use of available resources for growth and development of the school.

Staff development programmes.

Role of teachers in school management and administration.

Unit V :

Educational administration in the state: The administrative structure in the field of


education in the state.

Control of school education in the state a critical analysis.

Functions of the state government in relation to secondary and higher secondary


schools.

Functions of the board of secondary education in controlling secondary schools.

Problems of secondary school administration in government schools.

PAPER V - EXTENSION EDUCATION


OBJECTIVES :a) To acquaint students with Concept, philosophy and traditions in extension
education.
b) To enable the students understand the use and implication of extension principles
and extension methods.
c) To provide them knowledge to understand role and importance of local resources in
community organisation.
d) To help them to understand the various aspects or group dynamics, methods of
working with groups and use of groups in extension education.
UNIT-I
Extension Education & Extension Systems.

Basic aims of education and its implications of Extension Education.


Origin and growth of Extension Education : a historical perspective.
Objectives philosophy : principles and scope of extension education.

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Extension Education as discipline and profession: its scope and relationship with
subject matter, fields and allied social and behavioural sciences.

UNIT-II
Extension Role of Universities and integrated functioning of teaching, research and
extension.

N.S.S. and community development programme similarities and difference between


extension education and community development.
Study of extension systems in the Government Departments National Institutions,
Universities and other agencies.
A comparative study of extension education systems in selected developed and
developing countries.

UNIT-III
Extension Methods :

Concepts and characteristics of teaching and learning process in Extension


Education.
Basic principles of teaching and learning, classification and step of extension
teaching methods with special emphasis on group methods, demonstrations,
exhibitions and public speaking.
Principles of selecting effective combination of extension teaching methods.

UNIT-IV
Transfer of Technology.

Concept of diffusion and adoption of innovations.


Models and theories of adoption and diffusion.
Adopters categories and their characteristics.
Attributes of innovations relationship with rate of adoption and sources
of information.

UNIT-V
Role of Change Agents in Adoption and Diffusion their Characteristics.

Clientele systems and technology.


Consequences of adoption of innovations.
Technological gap (research, management and extension) and developing strategies
for transfer of technology.

SEMESTER - IV
PAPER-I EDUCATIONAL GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING
OBJECTIVES :The course content will help the students to

understand the concepts, needs and view points about Guidance and Counselling
and the underlying principles in reference to normal children as well as in reference
to children with special needs.
get acquainted with the organizational framework and procedures of Guidance
services in educational institutions.
know and use the tools and techniques required for providing guidance and
counselling services to students.

UNIT -I

Guidance and counselling: Concept, nature need scope and purpose; relationship
with education; issues and problems; role of teacher. o Basic types of Guidance and the underlying principles, nature scope and
purposes; basic approaches of counselling and their underlying assumptions.
Educational Guidance: basic assumptions and principles

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Curricular choice and its implications for Career guidance; Guidance and
curriculum and class room learning.

UNIT II

Vocational Guidance: basic principles.


o Vocational choice as a development process.
o Nature of work and Job analysis, discrimination of occupational information:
vocationalisation of secondary education and career development
Personal Guidance: basic assumptions; types of behavioral problems of school stage
students.
o Place of counselling in personal guidance.

UNIT III

Guidance services: Individual Inventory and Information counselling Group guidance


services, Placement services and follow-up services.
o Guidance of children with special needs, role of teacher.
Organization of a Guidance programme and its principles-at elementary, secondary,
college and university levels
o Evaluation of Guidance programmes

UNIT- IV

Guidance appraisal of the Individual: meaning, need ,purpose and place of


appraisal.
Techniques of Appraisal: Testing techniques-ability tests (Viz: Intelligence, Aptitude,
Achievement, Interest tests and Personality measures).
Non-Testing Techniques - Rating scales, Questionnaires, Inventories, records and
sociometric tools.

UNIT- V

Guidance and Counselling in Groups: Nature aims, Principles and procedure, Group
Counselling Vs Individual counselling, counselling for adjustment.
o types of group activities-their merits and demerits
Current Trends, concerns and Demands in Guidance.

PAPER-II ADVANCE SPECIAL EDUCATION


OBJECTIVES :
To make the students a) Know, and understand the concept and principles of special education and its scope
in India.
b) Understand the reasons for and suggestions of recent commissions of education
about special education as important and essential for realizing the objective of
universalisation of Education.
c) Grasp the meanings, specific needs and characteristics, and modalities of identifying
various types of special/exceptional learners.
d) Know and understand the various educational intervention programmes and
academic provisions for meeting the exceptional needs of special children separately
as also in regular classrooms.
UNIT-I

Special children: Nature, needs and types of special children:- children with
exceptional abilities - creative and gifted with deficiency and handicaps- mentally
retarded, sensory and physically disabled; with learning disability - slow learners,
under achievers and other types of learning disabled; with social and emotional
problems - truant, delinquents, drug addicts etc.
Characteristics, problems and special educational needs of each type of special
children.
Special Education: Concept, nature, status, problems and issues; Historical
perspective.

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o
o
o
o

Objectives, principles and scope of special education in India.


Educational Interventions: Meaning and type.
Educational programmes and their trends.
Concepts of mainstreaming from segregated, 'integrated to inclusive.

UNIT- II
Administration of special education

Special Education in India: constitutional provisions, government policies and


legislations.
Recommendations of various committees and commissions - NPE (1986). POA
(1992), PWD (person's with Disability) Act (1995).
National Institutions of Special Education.
Role of Rehabilitation Council of India.

UNIT- III

The Disabled Learners: Mentally retarded, slow learner, Backward and learning
disabled children - etiology and characteristics of each type and prevention measures.
Psychology of Teaching and Learning in relation to the disabled learner (in reference
to each type of disabled learner).
o Curriculum, Pedagogy, evaluation and placement.

UNIT-IV

Special children with Physical disabilities. Basis of classification (physical, social


psychological and mental), characteristics and etiology of each type and differences
between them; Educational needs and problems of each type.
o Physically disabled - Visually handicapped
o Audio handicapped (speech and Hearing disabled)
o Orthopedically handicapped
Socially deprived and Emotionally Disturbed Children: Meaning and Types (Dyslexic
and Delicate Children), and etiology and AIDS affected children.
Psychology of Teaching and learning in relation to each type of disabled learners and
their specific needs.
Curriculum, Pedagogy and Evaluation and Placement in respect to each type.

UNIT -IV

Special children with Exceptional Abilities: Types - Gifted and creative; Meaning,
characteristics, problems and identification of each type.
Principles of creativity and its levels.
Measurement of creativity and fostering activities and programmes for creativity.

Education of the Gifted and the Creative Children: need and scope. Psychology of
teaching and learning in respect to the gifted and the creative. Curriculum, Pedagogy
and Evaluation and Placement in respect to each type.

UNIT-V

Problem children: concept and meaning of Truants, Delinquents, drug addicts and
other types of problem children, AIDS affected children their characteristics,
problems and etiology; preventive measures and educational programmes; placement
of delinquents, drug addicts and other types:

PAPER-III- DISSERTATION/PROJECT WORK

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COUNSELLING AND STUDY STRUCTURE


Course
Code

Title of the Course

Credit

Total
Hours
of
Study

Counselling and Study Structure (hours)

Face to Face
Counselling

1MA1
1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5

2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5

3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5

4MA1
4MA2
2MA3

Self
study

Practical

Project

Assignments

EDUCATIONAL
PHILOSOPHY.
ADVANCED
EDUCATIONAL
PSYCHOLOGY
SOCIOLOGICAL
FOUNDATION OF
EDUCATION
HISTORY OF INDIAN
EDUCATION
PRACTICAL- FIELD
WORK & SEMINAR
PRESENTATION

First Semester
90
12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

120

16

68

36

ADVANCED
EDUCATIONAL
TECHNOLOGY
ADVANCED
RESEARCH AND
STATISTICS
COMPUTER
EDUCATION.
ENVIRONMENTAL
EDUCATION
PRACTICAL- CASE
STUDY.

51

27

Second Semester
90
12

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

120

16

68

36

COMPARATIVE
EDUCATION.
POPULATION
EDUCATION.
METHODS OF
TEACHING.
EDUCATIONAL
ADMINISTRATION
AND MANAGEMENT
EXTENSION
EDUCATION.

Third Semester
90
12

51

27

EDUCATIONAL,
GUIDANCE AND
COUNSELLING.
ADVANCE SPECIAL
EDUCATION
PRACTICALDISSERTATION.

90

12

51

27

120

16

68

36

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

68

36
36

Fourth Semester
120
16

120

16

68

240

32

136

111

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STUDY MODULES AND BOOKS INFORMATION


Course Name of the Course
Code
First Semester
1MA1
EDUCATIONAL
PHILOSOPHY.
1MA2

ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL
PSYCHOLOGY

1MA3

SOCIOLOGICAL
FOUNDATION
EDUCATION

1MA4

OF

HISTORY
OF
EDUCATION

INDIAN

PRACTICAL- FIELD WORK &


SEMINAR PRESENTATION
Second Semester
2MA1
ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL
TECHNOLOGY

Educational Psychology, Dr.S.P. Kulshreshta, R.Lal Book


Depot
Siksha Ke Darshnik Siddhant, Dr. Ram Sakal Pandey,
Agrawal Publication
Advance Educational Psychology, S.S. Chouhan, Vikas
Publising House
Siksha Manovigyan, Tripathi, Kanishka
Sociological Foundation Of Education, Dr. Giris Pachauri,
R.Lal Book Depot
Siksha Ke Samajik Adhar, Dr. Girish Pachauri, R.Lal Book
Depot
History And Problms Of Indian Education, Dr. S.P. Cahube,
Vinod Pustak Mandir
Bhartiy Siksha Ka Itihas, Johri, Patahk, Agrawal Publication

1MA5

2MA2

ADVANCED RESEARCH AND


STATISTICS

2MA3

COMPUTER EDUCATION.

2MA4

ENVIRONMENTAL
EDUCATION
PRACTICAL- CASE STUDY.

2MA5

Essantional Of Educational Technology And Managment, Dr.


S.K.Mangal,Shubhra Mangal, International Pub
Shiksha Takniki Ke Mool Tatva Nirdeshan Avam
Prabandhan, R.A. Sharma, R.Lal Book Depot
Research In Education, John W. West James,V.Khan, Phi
Sankhiki Ke Mool Tatva, Dr. H.K Kapil, Vinod Pustak
Mandir
Fundamentals Of Computers & It, AISECT, AISECT
Ms-Office, AISECT, AISECT
Environmental Education, Sharma, Agrawal Publication
Paryavaran Shiksha, Dr.M.K. Goel, Agrawal Publication

Third Semester
3MA1
COMPARATIVE EDUCATION.
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
Fourth
4MA1
4MA2
2MA3

POPULATION

EDUCATION.

METHODS OF TEACHING.
EDUCATIONAL
ADMINISTRATION
AND
MANAGEMENT
EXTENSION EDUCATION.
Semester
EDUCATIONAL, GUIDANCE
AND COUNSELLING.
ADVANCE
SPECIAL
EDUCATION
PRACTICAL-DISSERTATION.

DATE SCHEDULE AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENTS


DUE DATE OF SUBMISSION OF ALL ASIGNMENTS AT THE STUDY CENTRE
Year
Semester - I

Assignment No.

Due Date

1MA1
1MA2
1MA3

April 30 (for January Session )

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Semester - II

Semester - III

Semester - IV

1MA4
1MA5
2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5
3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
4MA1
4MA2

October 31 (for July Session)


April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)

Note: Assignments of the course are available for download at the CVRU Website
http://www.cvru.ac.in . You can download the assignments as per your course, follow the
instructions given and submit it before due dates at the study centre.

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Master of Social Work (MSW)

Scheme of Examination
Detailed Syllabus
Counseling and Study Structure
Study Modules & Books Information
Date Schedule & Instructions for Submitting Assignments

INSTITUTE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION (IODE)


DR. C.V.RAMAN UNIVERSITY
KARGI ROAD, KOTA, BILASPUR, CHATTISGARH

PHONE : 07753-253737, 8827920016, 8827920019 FAX : 07753-253728


E-mail: iode@cvru.ac.in Website: www.cvru.ac.in

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MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK (MSW)


Duration

2 years (Four Semesters)

Eligibility

Graduate in any Discipline


Scheme of Examination

Course
Code

Name of the Course

1MA1
1MA2
1MA3

Introduction to Social Work


Sociology for Social Workers
Human
Growth
&
Development
Social
Work
Profession:
Methods and Strategies
Basics of Social Science
Research

1MA4
1MA5
2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5

Social Policy and Planning


Social Problems
Therapeutic
Process
and
Counselling
Social
Work
Personal:
Training and Development
Social Work Research

3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5

Issues of Development
Organisational Management
Guidance and Counselling
Labour Welfare Legislation
Specialization (Choose Any
One of the Following)
Human
Resource
Management
Rural and Tribal Community
Medical Social Work
Women Welfare

4MA1

Basics of Communication
Skills
OPTIONAL PAPERS (CHOOSE
ANY ONE)
Urban
Community
Development
Psychiatric Social Work
Child Welfare
PROJECT
REPORT
/
DISSERTATION

4MA2
A
B
C
4MA3

Theory/
Practical

Credit

Total
Marks

Term
End
(A)

Assignments
/
Internal
Assessment
(B)

Minimum
Passing
Marks
(A+B+C)

First Semester
Theory
3
Theory
3
Theory
3

100
100
100

80
80
80

20
20
20

36
36
36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Second Semester
Theory
3
100
Theory
3
100
Theory
3
100

80
80
80

20
20
20

36
36
36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory
3
100
Third Semester
Theory
3
100
Theory
3
100
Theory
3
100
Theory
3
100
Theory
4
100

80

20

36

80
80
80
80
80

20
20
20
20
20

36
36
36
36
36

Fourth Semester
Theory
4
100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Practical

300

240

150

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MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK (MSW)


SEMESTER I
PAPER-I INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK
Unit I:
Emergence of Social Work from Charity to Social Work
History of Social Work in U K, America
History of Social Work in India
Social Work and other Social Sciences
Unit II:
Social Welfare- Meaning, Need and Importance
Concept of Welfare State
Terms related to Social Work- Social Policy, Social Reform, Social Security, Social Insurance,
Social Legislations, Social Defence.
Unit III
Fields of Social Work in India
Tribal Community
Rural Community Developments
Urban Community Developments
Unit IV
Labour Welfare
Families and Child Welfare
Medical and Psychiatric Social Work
Welfare of Physically, Mentally and Socially Handicapped
Unit V
Social Work for Aged
Social Work with Drug Abuse
Social Work with Criminals
Social Work for Deprived Population.

PAPER-II SOCIOLOGY FOR SOCIAL WORKERS


Unit I
Sociology as part of Social Science.
Concept and Meaning: Society, Association, Institution, Community, Status and Role
Structural and Functional aspect of Society

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Unit II
Culture: Meaning, Types and Attributes.
Traditions, Customs, Norms, Values and Folkways.
Social Control: Meaning and importance.
Unit III
Social Institutions: Family, Marriage, Kinship,
Religion:
Social Groups: Meaning and Types.
Unit IV
Composition of Indian Society
Social Classification (Rural & Urban)
Stratification in India (caste & class )
Unit V
Social Change: Concept
Theories (Tradition, Modernity, Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization)
Dominate Social Movement& Reformers.

PAPER III HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT


Unit I
Determinates of Human Behaviour : Heredity and Environment,
Life span Approach to Human Development,
Pre conception, Conception and Post-natal Situations
Unit II
Infancy and Babyhood: Development Tasks, Characteristics and Hazards.
Childhood: Development Tasks, Characteristics and Hazards.
Puberty: Development Tasks, Characteristics and Hazards.
Unit III
Adolescence: Development Tasks, Characteristics and Hazards.
Adulthood: Development Tasks, Characteristics and Hazards.
Unit IV

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Middle age: Development Tasks, Characteristics and Hazards.
Old age: Development Tasks, Characteristics and Hazards
Unit V
Human Behaviour, Dynamics of Human Behaviour,
Basic Human Needs,
Different Theories of Human Behaviour.

PAPER IV SOCIAL WORK PROFESSION: METHODS AND STRATEGIES


Unit I
Social Work: Meaning, Nature, Scope, Objectives, Values and Principles.
Social Work as a Profession: Attributes of a Profession Social Work, Professional Ethic.
Integrated Approach to Social Work
Professional Organizations National & International
Unit II
Social Case Work: Nature, Definition, Purpose and Principles
Components and Process of Working with Individuals
Historical Development & Current Application.
Unit III
Tools of Social Case Work: Interviewing, Home Visit, Relationship, Observation, Listening
etc.
Models: Psychosocial Model, Problem Solving, Functional Model, Crisis Intervention &
Family Therapy in the Indian context
Application of Social Case Work: History Taking, Interviewing and Recording
Role of Social Case Worker: Enables, Facilitator, Guide & Resource Mobilizer in various
setting & its limitations (Children, women, physical & Mentally Challenged)
Unit IV
Social Group Work: Nature and Definition
Purpose and Principles of Working with Groups.
Group Dynamics, Types of Group
Group Formations, Group Cohesiveness.
Historical Development & Current application
Unit V
Determination, Phases of Group Work and Recording.

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Role of Group Worker: Enables, Guide, Facilitator and Therapist
Application of Social Work with Groups in various settings and its limitations (Hospital,
School & Family Welfare etc)

PAPER-V BASICS OF SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH


Unit I
Research: Nature and Concept
Nature and Characteristics of Scientific Methods.
Meaning & Definition of Research
Nature, Scope and Importance of Research
Unit II
Types of Social Science Research : Qualitative and Quantitative
Research Design: Characteristics, Objectives and Process
Types of Research : Historical, Descriptive, Analytical Experimental
Unit III
Research Process and Planning for Research.
Formulation of Research Problem.
Level of Measurement in Social Research.
Unit IV
Sampling: Meaning and Importance
Types of Sampling
Sampling Design
Unit V
Hypothesis: Characteristics, Dimension, Sources
Importance Hypothesis in Social Work
Data Collection: Sources and Techniques

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SEMESTER II
PAPER I - SOCIAL POLICY AND PLANNING
Unit I
Social Policy Meaning, Scope and Concept
Need, Component and Process of Social Policy
Basic Elements of Social Policy
Unit II
Approaches of Planning
Concept of Developed and Developing countries.
Planning for various Economic Systems.
Unit III
Indian Planning Process
Planning Commission & Five Year Plans
Panchayati Raj
Unit IV
Voluntary Sector in India Role & importance.
Social Administration Concept and Principles.
Social Administration at Central Level, State level and local level
Unit V
Plans and Programmes of
Health
Education
Women and Child

Paper II SOCIAL PROBLEMS


Unit I
Social Problems: Meaning, Definition, Approaches and Treatment
Social Problems in India: Poverty, Illiteracy, Unemployment, Malnutrition
Problem of ST & SC, Other Backward Communities, Destitute, Aged, Widows, Orphans

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Unit II
Problem of Child Labour, Street children, School dropouts, Drug abuse
Problem of Small, Marginal Farmers and landless agricultural labourers
Problem of Juvenile Delinquent, Immoral Trafficking among Women and Young girls.
Prostitution and Commercial Exploitation of women.
Unit III
Social Issues and the Environment
Water Conversation, Rain Water Harvesting, Watershed Management
Unit IV
Air Pollution, Water Pollution, and Soil Pollution: Causes, Effects and Control measures
Marine Pollution, Noise Pollution, Thermal Pollution, Nuclear Hazards: Causes, Effects and
Control measures
Unit V
Resettlement and Rehabilitation of People: Its problems and concerns
Disaster Management: Floods, Earthquakes, Cyclones, and Landslides.

PAPER III THERAPEUTIC PROCESS AND COUNSELING


Unit I
Perception, Learning,
Memory, Emotion,
Motivation
Unit II
Personality: Definition, Types, Structure and Factors influencing Personality Development
Psycho-Sexual Development, Psycho-Social Development.
Unit III
Defence Mechanisms,
Counseling: Philosophy, Principles, Goals, Process.
Types of Counseling Development, Preventive, Facilitative, Crises.
Techniques of Counseling
Unit IV
Intelligence: Definition, Structure and Measurement.
Mental Retardation: Definition, Types, Causes, Problems
Unit V
Abnormal Psychology: Concept of Normal and Abnormal Behaviour.

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Etiological factors of Mental Illness
Types of Mental Disorders and Classification.

PAPER IV- SOCIAL WORK PERSONAL: TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT


Unit I
Community: Basic Concepts, Definitions, Types.
Community Analyses: Structure and Functions
Community Organizations: Definition & Principles
Community Organization as a method, Community Development & Its Scope
Unit II
Strategies & Model of Community Work
Role of Community Worker as Guide, Enabler, Therapist Researcher,
Analyst, Project leader, Organizer & Activist in different setting (Health, Education,
Correctional, Rural, Urban) and its limitations.
Recording and current trend in Community Work
Unit III
Social Action: Concept, Purpose & Techniques.
Social Action in Community Organization
Social Welfare Administrations: Meaning, Definition and Principles
Unit IV
Programme Management
Project Formulation, Evaluation & Documentation.
Relation: Meaning, Importance, Tools of Publicity
Unit V
Annual Plan, Annual Report,
Press release, Case Story, Donation appeal,
Adult Learning: Principles, Tools of Adult learning.

PAPER V- SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH


Unit I
Social Work Research Nature, Objectives, Scope, Process.
Integrating Research and Practice.

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Research and Theory.
Unit II
Participatory Action Research Process and Techniques
Evaluative Research Need , Purpose and Types
Research Proposal, Research Report Writing.
Unit III
Primary and Secondary Data Processing.
Data analysis: Classification, Codification and Tabulation
Data Analysis: Uni-Variation, Bi-Variate, Tri-Variate Multivariate Analysis.
Unit IV
Diagrammatic Presentation of Data
Measures of Central Tendency: Mean, Median & Mode.
Unit V
Graphic Presentation of Data.
Testing of Hypothesis

SEMESTER III
PAPER I - ISSUES OF DEVELOPMENT
Unit I
1.

Development: Meaning, Concept and Approaches.

2.

Related terms: Growth, Progress, Change and Transformation.

3.

Agencies of Development.

Unit II
1.

Human Development: Concept and HDI Report.

2.

Methodology and Indices (HDI, HPI, GDI, GEN, GEM)

3.

Status of Human Development in India.

Unit III
1.

Social Development: Concept and Approaches.

2.

Indicators relating to Health and Education.

3.

Status of Health and Education in India.

Unit IV
1.

Economical Development: Concept, Approaches and Measurements.

2.

Political Development: Concept, Approaches and Measurements.

3.

Peoples Participation in Development.

Unit V

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1.

Social Issue and Development.

2.

Sustainable Development.

3.

Rehabilitation and Resettlement.

PAPER II - ORGANISATIONAL MANAGEMENT


Unit I
1.

OrganisationMeaning, Definition and Forms.

2.

Organisation as a structure and Process.

3.

Designing of Organisation structure.

Unit II
Organisation under
1.

Company Act,

2.

Co-operative Society Act,

3.

Indian Trust Act, Indian Trade Union Act.

4.

Society Registration Act.

Unit III
1.

Social Responsibility of Organisation.

2.

Organisation climate.

3.

Authority and Responsibility, Delegation of Authority.

Unit IV
1.

Planning, Objectives and Forecasting.

2.

Decision making.

3.

Leadership, Motivation.

Unit V
1.

Training and Development: Meaning and Importance.

2.

Identification of Training Need.

3.

Designing, Implementation and Evaluation of Training Programme.

PAPER III - GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING


Unit I
1.

Guidance: Concept, Nature, Functions, Principles and Scope

2.

Guidance for Personal Adjustment.

3.

Guidance for Vocation.

Unit II
1.

Guidance in Community setting.

2.

Techniques of Guidance, Problems of Guidance

3.

Relationship and Difference between Guidance and Counselling.

Unit III
1.

Information Generation: Need and Procedure.

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2.

Cumulative Records.

3.

Psychological Tests: Aptitude and Attitude, Interest and Values.

Unit IV
1.

Counselling: Nature, Scope, Goals and Objectives.

2.

Functions and Process.

3.

Approaches to Counselling.

Unit V
1.

Counsellor Personal Qualities and Profession Skills.

2.

Evaluation of Counselling.

3.

Counselling in Indian Context and Problems of Counselling.

PAPER IV - HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


Unit I Human Resource Management
1

Meaning, Importance and Functions of HRM,

Role of HR Manager, Characteristics and Qualities of HR Manager.

Unit II Human Resource Planning


1

Meaning, Importance and Factors affecting Human Resource Planning,

Human Resource Planning Process, Human Resource Planning at different levels.

Unit III Human Problems at Work Place


1

Stress- Nature, Type, Individual and organizational consequences of stress,

Absenteeism-types, causes, consequences of absenteeism.

Gender discrimination and sexual Harassment at the work place.

Unit IV Management of Behavioural Problems


1

Counselling techniques to handle-job stress, dual career and Family adjustment


problems, absenteeism,

Interpersonal relationship problem at the work place and the home affecting work
performance.

Unit V Comparative HRD experiences


1

HRD Overview in Government and Public Systems

HRD for Health and Family Welfare,

HRD in Service Industry

PAPER V - BASICS OF COMPUTER APPLICATION


Unit I Introduction to Computer:
1. Types of Computer, Hardware, Storage device, Software and their types.
2. Causes and Utility of Computer in Social Science.
Unit II Operating System: DOS, Windows
1. Meaning of Operating System, Dos Commands, Internal DOS Commands and External
Dos Commands.
2. Components of Windows.
3. Basic Tasks of Window.
Unit III Internet and E-mail.

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1. Internet: History of internet, Essential Components of internet, Uses of internet, Internet
service provider.
2. E-mail- Uses and Advantages of e-mail.
Unit IV Microsoft office I: Word, Excel
1. Introduction to MS word, Editing a Document, Previewing Documents, Printing
Documents,
2. Creating Worksheets in Excel, Entering Data in Excel, Managing Worksheet.
Unit V Microsoft office II: Power Point.
1. Utility of Power point
2. Customising Power Point, Preparing Slide Practical.

SEMESTER IV
PAPER I - LABOUR WELFARE LEGISLATION
Unit I Introduction to labour legislation
1. Philosophy of Labour Laws
2. Labour Laws, Industrial Relations and Human Resource
3. Labour Laws: Concept, Origin, Objectives and Classification
4. Indian Constitution and Labour Legislations
5. Labour Policy, Emerging Issues and Future Trends
Unit II Laws on Working Conditions
1. The Factories Act, 1948
2. Contract Labour (Prohibition and Regulation Act, 1986)
3. Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation Act, 1986)
Unit III Industrial Relations laws
1. Trade Union Act, 1926
2. Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
3. Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946
Unit IV Wages and labour laws
1. Minimum wages Act, 1948
2. Payment of Wages Act, 1936
3. Payment of Bonus Act, 1965
4. Equal Remuneration Act, 1976
Unit V Laws for Labour welfare and Social Security
1. Social Security Legislation: An Overview
2. The Workmens Compensation Act, 1923
3. The Employees State Insurance Act, 1948
4. The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961
5. The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972
Suggested Readings:
1. Beatsen (ed.), Anson's Law of Contract (27th ed. 1998)
2. P.S.Atiya, Introduction to the Law of Contract 1992 reprint (Claredon Law Series)
3. Avtar Singh, Law of Contract (2000) Eastern, Lucknow

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4. G.C.Cheshire, and H.S.Fifoot and M.P. Furmston, Law of Contract (1992) ELBS with
Butterworths
5. M. Krishnan Nair, Law of Contracts, (1998)
6. G.H. Treitel, Law of Contract, Sweet & Maxwell (1997 Reprint)

OPTIONAL PAPER II(A) - RURAL AND TRIBAL COMMUNITY


Unit I
1.

Concept of Community: Community as a Social system, types & characteristics of


Community,

2.

Rural, Urban, Tribal, Rural-Urban Continuum.

3.

Structure of Community: Family, Kinship, Caste Class, Religion

Unit II
1.

Rural Power Structure and Concept of Rural Leaderships,

2.

Rural Migration,

3.

Rural Local Administration, 73rd Amendment under Panchayati Raj.

Unit III Tribal and Scheduled tribe


1.

Distribution of Tribes in India: Geographical, Linguistic and Economic

2.

Tribal Social Organisation

3.

Tribal of Madhya Pradesh

Unit VI Tribal Problems:


1.

Rural Social Problems

2.

Community Development Programmes in India

3.

Tribal Development in India Policies and Programmes, Barriers to Social


Development in Rural and tribal Society.

Unit V
1.

Peoples Participation in Community Development

2.

Assessment of Problem of Community

3.

Project Planning and Evaluation

4.

Importance of Communication in Community.

OPTIONAL PAPER II(B) - URBAN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


Unit I
1. Urban Community: Concept and Characteristic.
2. Urban Ecology: Scope and Importance.
3. Origin and Development of Cities.
Unit II
1. Urbanization: Trends in Urbanisation.
2. Urban Problems in India.
3. Industrialization and Growth of Slums.
Unit III
1. Community Disorganization: Changes in Occupational structure, Class, Caste, Gender,
Family Disorganization
2. Migration and its Form.
3. Issues related to urban development and settlement.
Unit IV
1. Philosophy and Principle of Cooperation Movement

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2. Historical development of Cooperation movement.
3. Role of Cooperation movement as a strategy with Urban and rural poor.
4. Problems of Cooperative movement in India.
Unit V
1. Historical development of Municipal administration in India Functions of Municipalities.
2. Finances and Problems of Municipal Administration
3. 74th Amendment and Municipal administration.

OPTIONAL PAPER II(C) - CHILD WELFARE


Unit I
1. Developmental tasks during stages of development.
2. Role of Social Institution and organization like family, group, School in the development
of children and preparation for different roles.
Unit II
1. Material and Child health services: care for the under five, Immunization.
2. Disabilities of Child: Physical, Mental retardation visual disability, hearing and speech
problems.
Unit III
1. Child Labour: Legislation measure and Causes & Consequences.
2. Adoption: Legislation and other measures child marriage: Legislation and other measure
3. Child Marriage: Legislative and other measures.
4. Child abuse and neglect: child beggars, orphans, destitute child prostitution.
Unit IV
1. Family change disintegration and consequences:
2. Juvenile delinquency, Street children, School dropout, strategies of social intervention
dealing with children in critical situations.
Unit V
1. Child welfare services: Institution and non-institutional
2. Role of national and inter national organisation in child welfare services.
3. Rights of the Child, Constitutional provision and National Policy for Children, Major
Policy measures.

COUNSELLING AND STUDY STRUCTURE


Course
Code

Title of the
Course

First Semester
1MA1
Introduction to
Social Work
1MA2
Sociology for
Social Workers
1MA3
Human Growth
& Development
1MA4
Social Work

Credit

Total
Hours
of
Study

Counselling and Study Structure (hours)

Face to
Face
Counselling

Self
study

Practical

Assignments

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

120

16

68

36

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1MA5

2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4

2MA5

3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5

4MA1
4MA2

4MA3

Profession:
Methods and
Strategies
Basics of Social
Science
Research

51

27

Second Semester
90
12

51

27

3
3

90
90

12
12

51
51

27
27

120

16

68

36

90

12

51

27

Issues of
Development
Organisational
Management
Guidance and
Counselling
Labour Welfare
Legislation
Specialization
(Choose Any
One of the
Following)

90

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

120

16

68

36

Basics of
Communication
Skills
OPTIONAL
PAPERS
(CHOOSE ANY
ONE)
PROJECT
REPORT /
DISSERTATION

Fourth Semester
120
16

68

36

120

16

68

36

240

32

136

Social Policy and


Planning
Social Problems
Therapeutic
Process and
Counselling
Social Work
Personal:
Training and
Development
Social Work
Research

90

12

Third Semester
12

72

STUDY MODULES AND BOOKS INFORMATION


Course
Code

Name of the Course

1MA1

Introduction to Social Work

1MA2

Sociology for Social Workers

1MA3

Human
Growth
&
Development
Social
Work
Profession:
Methods and Strategies
Basics of Social Science
Research

1MA4
1MA5

First Semester
Sociology of Indian Society- C.N. Shankar Rao, S. Chand

Hkkjr esa lekt dk;Z@nqcs@dSykk iqLrd lnu


Hkkjr esa lekt dk;Z& MkW- lqjsUnz flag] fgUnh xzaFk vdkneh] y[ku
lekt'kkL= ds ewy rRo& ts-ih- flag PHI
Hkkjrh; ijaijk dk vk/kqfudhdj.k& ;ksxsUnz flag@jkor izdkku& isij cSd
Indian Society S.C. Dubey N.B.T.
Sociology of Development Singh Rawat Pub
Development Psychology Huriock E.D. TMH

Hkkjr esa lekt dY;k.k @ nqcs@ dSykk iqLrd lnu


Essentials of Social Research Kalof. TMH.

lkekftd 'kks/k ,oa lkaf[;dh & jfoUnz ukFk eq[kthZ& foosd izdkku

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Second Semester
2MA1

Social Policy and Planning

lkekftd izkklu ,oa fu;kstu@nqcs@dSykk iqLrd lnu


lkekftd izkklu & feJ] jkBkSM+] dkWyst cqd fMiksa] t;iqj

2MA2
2MA3

Social Problems
Therapeutic
Process
Counselling

2MA4

Social
Work
Personal:
Training and Development
Social Work Research

Social Problem in India Ram Ahuja Rawat Pub.


The Counseling Process (Paper back) Lewis E Patterson &
Welfer. Cengage Iemming
Counselling & Guidance Rao N.S.
Skill Training for social workers Sudha Datar SAGE Pub.

2MA5

and

S Jobera, M. Methodalogy for Social Research Rawat Pub.


Scientific Social Survey & Reseach Young 4th Ed. PHI

lekt'kkL=h; 'kks/k dh v/;;u i)fr;ka@nhf{kr@ dSykk iqLrd lnu


3MA1

Third Semester
The Economics of Development & Planning Jhingan,
Vrinda Pub.

Issues of Development

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ifjorZu ,oa fodkl dk lektkkL=& th-vkj- enu] foosd izdkku
3MA2

Organisational Management

3MA3

Guidance and Counselling

Organisation & Management Agrawal TMH


Art of Organisational Managemement Banergee A.K. Lotus
Press
Guidance & Counseling Rao- TMH
Seema Yadav, Anmol Pub. Duhi,

'kSf{kd O;kolkf;d funsZku ,oa ijkekZ& 'kekZ ,oa 'kekZ & jk/kk izdkku]
vkxjk
3MA4

Labour Welfare Legislation

3MA5

Specialization (Choose Any


One of the Following)
Human
Resource
Management
Rural and Tribal Community
Medical Social Work
Women Welfare

H.R. Management & Development - Sainy & Kumar. Quality


Pub. Com. BPL
Sociology of Indian Society, C.N. Sh shawar Rao, S. Chand

4MA1

Basics
Skills

Fourth Semester
Effective Business Communication (GTU) MURPHY TMH
Business Communication Bulding Critical Skills Locker
TMH

4MA2

OPTIONAL PAPERS (CHOOSE


ANY ONE)
Urban
Community
Development
Psychiatric Social Work
Child Welfare
PROJECT
REPORT
/
DISSERTATION

A
B
C
4MA3

of

Industrial Relations & Labour Laws S.C. Shrivastava,


Vikas Pub
Labour & Industrial Labour 2nd Ed. Padhi PHI.

Communication

Urbanization & Urban Systems in India R. Ramachandran.


(Paperback) Oxford Uni. Press.
Counseling & Guidance Rao, TMH

DATE SCHEDULE AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENTS


DUE DATE OF SUBMISSION OF ALL ASIGNMENTS AT THE STUDY CENTRE
Year
Semester - I

Semester - II

Assignment No.
1MA1
1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5
2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5

Due Date
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)

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Semester - III

Semester - IV

3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
4MA1
4MA2

April 30 (for January Session )


October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)

Note: Assignments of the course are available for download at the CVRU Website
http://www.cvru.ac.in . You can download the assignments as per your course, follow the
instructions given and submit it before due dates at the study centre.

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M.A. HINDI

Scheme of Examination
Detailed Syllabus
Counseling and Study Structure
Study Modules & Books Information
Date Schedule & Instructions for Submitting Assignments

INSTITUTE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION (IODE)


DR. C.V.RAMAN UNIVERSITY
KARGI ROAD, KOTA, BILASPUR, CHATTISGARH

PHONE : 07753-253737, 8827920016, 8827920019 FAX : 07753-253728


E-mail: iode@cvru.ac.in Website: www.cvru.ac.in

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M.A. HINDI
Duration

2 years (Four Semesters)

Eligibility

Graduate in any Discipline


Scheme of Examination

Course
Code

Name of the Course

Total
Marks

Term
End
(A)

Assignments
/
Internal
Assessment
(B)

Minimum
Passing
Marks
(A+B)

1MA1

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bfrgkl -

First Semester
Theory
3

100

80

20

36

1MA2

vk/kqfud fgUnh x| vkSj mldk bfrgkl

Theory

100

80

20

36

1MA3

Hkkjrh; ,oa ikpkR; dkO;'kkL=

Theory

100

80

20

36

1MA4

iz;kstuewyd fgUnh

Theory

100

80

20

36

1MA5

vuqokn foKku

Theory

100

80

20

36

2MA1

izkphu ,oa e/;dkyhu dkO; rFkk mldk


bfrgkl

Second Semester
Theory
4
100

80

20

36

2MA2

vk/kqfud fgUnh x| vkSj mldk bfrgkl

Theory

100

80

20

36

2MA3

Hkkjrh; ,oa ikpkR; dkO; 'kkL=

Theory

100

80

20

36

2MA4

iz;kstuewyd fgUnh

Theory

100

80

20

36

2MA5

n`';&JO; ek/;e ys[ku

Theory

100

80

20

36

3MA1

vk/kqfud
bfrgkl

Third Semester
Theory
3
100

80

20

36

3MA2

Hkk"kk foKku ,oa fgUnh Hkk"kk

Theory

100

80

20

36

3MA3

foks"k
v/;;u&dfo&rqylhnkl@lwjnkl@
fujkyk

Theory

100

80

20

36

3MA4

fgUnh lkfgR; dk bfrgkl

Theory

100

80

20

36

3MA5

foks"k v/;;u&jkepUnz 'kqDy@dFkkdkj


izes pUnz @t;kadj izlkn

Theory

100

80

20

36

4MA1

vk/kqfud
bfrgkl

Fourth Semester
Theory
4
100

80

20

36

4MA2

Hkk"kk foKku ,oa fgUnh Hkk"kk

Theory

100

80

20

36

2MA3

PRACTICAL-DISSERTATION.

Practical

300

240

150

fgUnh

fgUnh

dkO;

dkO;

Theory/
Practical

vkSj

vkSj

mldk

mldk

Credit

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izu Ik=& izFke
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fo/kkifr &

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2-

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xq:nso dks vax lk[kh dzekad 1 ls 10] lqfej.k dks vax lk[kh dzekad 1 ls 10] fojg dksa vax lk[kh dzekad 1 ls 10] Kku& fojg dks
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3-

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ekuljksnd [k.M ,oa ukxerh fo;ksx [k.M

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fo/kkifr] dchj] vkSj tk;klh ls lacaf/kr vkykspukRed izuA
bdkbZ & 3
izkphudky ,oa e/;dkyhu dkO; fuxqZ.k/kkjk dk bfrgkl ize[q k izo`fRr;kW ,oa jpukdkjksa ls lacaf/kr izuA
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bdkbZ & 5

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lsesLVj izFke
izui= f}rh;
bdkbZ&1
O;k[;kak
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3& xksnku & izsepUn
bdkbZ&2
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bdkbZ&3
fgUnh ukVd] jaxeap ,oa miU;kl ds bfrgkl dh fofo/k izo`fRr;kWa vkSj jpukdkjksa ij fuca/kkRed izuA
bdkbZ&4
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,e0,0 fgUnh
lsfeLVj & izFke
fo"k; % Hkkjrh; ,oa ikpkR; dkO;'kkL=
izui= % r`rh;
bdkbZ & 1
laLd`r dkO; 'kkL= % dkO;& y{e.k] dkO;& gsrq] dkO; & iz;kstu dkO; ds izdkjA
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vyadkj fl)kar % ewy LFkkiuk,a] vyadkjksa dk oxhZdj.kA
bdkbZ & 2
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oksfDr fl)kar % oksfDr dh vo/kkj.kk] oksfDr ds Hksn] oksfDr ,oa vfHkO;atukokn A
bdkbZ & 3
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vkSfpR; fl)kar % izeq[k LFkkiuk,a] vkSfpR; ds HksnA
bdkbZ & 4
fgUnh dfo & vkpk;ksZa dk dkO; 'kkL=h; fparu % y{k.k&dkO; ijaijk ,oa dfo & fk{kk
bdkbZ & 5
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2-y?kqmRrjh; izu
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,e0,0 izFke lsesLVj


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fgUnh lkfgR;
iz;kstuewyd fgUnh
bdkbZ & 1
dkedkth fgUnh &
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bdkbZ & 2
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bdkbZ & 3
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csc ifCydsku A

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baVj ,DljyksbV vFkok usV LdsiA


fyax] czkmftax ikssVZy] bZ0esy Hkstuk@ izkIr djuk] fgUnh ds izeq[k baVjusV iksbZV] MkmyksfMax ,oa viyksfMax dh lkVos;j ] iSdstA
bdkbZ & 4
Ik=dkfjrk %& Lo:Ik ,oa fofHkUu izdkjA
fgUnh Ik=dkfjrk dk laf{kIr bfrgklA
lekpkj&ys[ku] dykA
laiknu ds vk/kkjHkwr rRoA
O;kogkfjd izwQ 'kks/kuA
bdkbZ & 5
Ik=dkfjrk % 'kh"kZd dh lajpuk] yhM] b.Vks ,oa 'kh"kZd laiknuA
laikndh; ys[ku i`"BlTtk
lk{kkRdkj] Ik=dkj okrkZ ,oa izsl izca/ku
izeq[k izsl dkuwu ,oa vkpkj& lafgrkA
1-fuca/kkRed izu
2-y?kqmRrjh; izu
3-oaLrqfu"B izu

,e0,0 izFke lsesLVj


izuIk=& 5
fgUnh lkfgR;
vuqokn foKku
bdkbZ&1
vuqokn dh ifjHkk"kk] Lo:i] {ks= vkSj lhek,A
bdkbZ&2
vuqokn dyk] foKku ;k fkYiA vuqokn dh bdkbZ% 'kCn] incU/k] okD;] ikBA
bdkbZ&3
vuqokn dh izfdz;k vkSj izfof/k% foys"k.k] vUrj.k] iquxZBuA vuqokn izfdz;k ds fofHkUu pj.k] lzksr Hkk"kk ds ikB dk foys"k.k ,oa mlds
vFkZxzg.k dh izfdz;k] L=zksr Hkk"kk vkSj y{; Hkk"kk dh rqyuk
bdkbZ&4
vuqokn ds {ks= ,oa izdkj& dk;kZy;hu] oSKkfud ,oa rduhdh] lkfgfR;d] ekufodh] lapkj ek/;e] foKkiu vkfnA
bdkbZ&5
vuqokn dh leL;k, % l`tukRed vFkok lkfgfR;d vuqokn dh leL;k,Wa] dk;kZy;hu vuqokn dh leL;k,a] oSKkfud ,oa rduhdh lkfgR; ds
vuqokn dh leL;k,A dks"k ,oa ikfjHkkf"kd 'kCnkoyh ds fuekZ.k dh leL;k,saA ehfM;k {ks= ds vuqokn dh leL;k,saA foKkiu ds vuqokn dh
leL;k,A

,e--, f}rh; lsesLVj


izuIk=& izFke
fgUnh lkfgR;
izkphu ,oa e/;dkyhu dkO; rFkk mldk bfrgkl
bdkbZ & 1
O;k[;kak
lwjnkl %& Hkzejxhr lkj & laaiknd jkepanz 'kqDy] in dzekad 51 ls 100A

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rqylhnkl & jkepfjrekul & v;ks/;k dk.M] nksgk] dzekad 51 ls 100A


fcgkjh & fcgkjh jRukdj & laiknd txUukFk jRukdj] nksgk dzekad 1 ls 50A
bdkbZ & 2
lwjnkl] rqylhnkl ,oa fcgkjh ls lacaf/kr fuca/kkRed izuA
bdkbZ & 3
HkfDrdky lxq.k HkfDr/kkjk ,oa jhfrdky dk bfrgkl] izo`fRr;kW vkSj izeq[k jpukdkjksa ls lacaf/kr fuca/kkRed izu
bdkbZ & 4
nqrikB ds dfo & uUnnkl] ehjkckbZ] ?kukuan vkSj dsko ls lacaf/kr y?kqRrjh; izu A
bdkbZ & 5
oLrqfu"B izu laiw.kZ ikB~;dze ls

,e0,0 fgUnh iwokZ)Z


vk/kqfud fgUnh x| vkSj mldk bfrgkl
lsesLVj f}rh;
izui= f}rh;
bdkbZ&1
O;k[;kak
1 & ck.kHkV~V dh vkRedFkk&gtkjhizlkn f}osnh
2 & fuca/k&
1-

nsk lsok dk egRo&ckyd`".k HkV~V

E;qfulhiysVh ds dkjukes&egkohj izlkn f}osnh


dkC; esa yksdeaxy dh lk/kkukoLFkk&vkpk;Z jkepUnz 'kqDy
vkksd ds Qwy&gtkjhizlkn f}osnh
esjs jke dk eqdqV Hkhx jgk gS&fo|kfuokl feJ
fiz;k uhydaBh&dqcsjukFk jk;
ixMf.M;ksa dk tekuk& gfjkadj ijlkbZ
3 & fu/kkZfjr dgkfu;k &
mlus dgk Fkk pUnz/kj 'kekZ xqysjh
iwl dh jkr izsepan
xq.Mk t;kadjizlkn
viuk viuk HkkX; tSusanz dqekj
yanu dh ,d jkr fueZy oekZ
jktk fujcafl;k deysoj
flDdk cny x;k d`".kk lkscrh
4 & iFk ds lkFkh & egknsoh oekZ
bdkbZ & 2
ck.kHkV~V dh vkRedFkk] fu/kkZfjr fuca/k] dgkuh ,oa iFk ds lkFkh ls leh{kkRed izuA
bdkbZ & 3
fgUnh] dgkuh] fucU/k ,oa vU; x| fo/kkvksa js[kkfp=] laLej.k] vkRedFkk] thouh] ;k=ko`Rrakr] O;aX; vkfn ds bfrgkl izo`fRr;k vkSj izeq[k
jpukdkjksa ls lEc) fucU/kkRed izu A
y?kqmRrjh; izu
nzqrikB gsrq fu/kkZfjr fuEufyf[kr x|dkjksa ij dsafnzr nks y?kqmRrjh; izu iwNs tk,saxsA

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fucU/kdkj & Hkkjrsanq gfjpanz] izrki ukjk;.k feJ] ckyeqdqUn xqIr] ljnkj iw.kZ flagA
dgkuhdkj & vKs;] ;kiky] Q.khojukFk js.kq] Hkh"e lkguh] vejdkar
LQqV xzaFk & 1- ve`rjk; dye dk flikgh 2- fkoizlknflag mRrj ;ksxh 3- gfjoakjk; cPpu] D;k Hkwywa D;k ;kn d:a] 4- jkgqy
lkad`R;k;u ?kqeDdM+ kkL=] 5- ek[kuyky prqosZnh] lkfgR; nsork
bdkbZ & 5
oLrqfu"B izu lEiw.kZ ikB~;e esa ls %

,e-,- fgUnh
lsfeLVj & f}rh;
fo"k; % Hkkjrh; ,oa ikpkR; dkO; 'kkL=
izu i= % r`rh;
bdkbZ & 1
IysVks % dkO; & fl)kar
vjLrw % vuqdj.k & fl)kar] =klnh& foospu] fojspu fl)kar
yksatkbul % mnkRr dh vo/kkj.kk
bdkbZ&2
MkbMu ds dkO; fl)kar
oM~lZoFkZ % dkO; & Hkk"kk dk fl)kar
dkyfjt % dYiuk & fl)kar vkSj yfyr & dYiuk
bdkbZ & 3
eSF;w vkuZYM % vkykspuk dk Lo:Ik vkSj izdk;Z
Vh-,l- bfy;V % ijaijk dh ifjdYiuk vkSj oS;kfDrd izKk] fuoS;ZfDrdrk dk fl)kar] oLrqfu"B lehdj.k] laosnukhyrk dk vlkgp;ZA
vkbZ-,- fjp~MZl % jkxkRed vFkZ A laosxksa dk larqyu] O;kogkfjd vkykspukA
bdkbZ & 4
fl)kar vkSj okn % vfHktkR;okn] LoPNanrkokn] vfHkO;atukokn] ekDlZokn] euksfoys"k.k rFkk vfLrRooknA
bdkbZ & 5
vk/kqfud leh{kk dh fofk"V izo`fRr;k % lajpukokn] 'kSyhfoKku] fo[kaMuokn] mRrj v/kqfudrkoknA

,e--, f}rh; lsesLVj


izuIk=& prqFkZ
fgUnh lkfgR;
iz;kstuewyd fgUnh
bdkbZ & 1
ehfM;k ys[ku
tulapkj & izkS|ksfxdh ,oa pqukSfr;kaW
fofHkUu tulapkj ek/;keksa dk Lo:Ik & eqnz.k] JO;] n`;&J`O;] baVjusVA
J`O; ek/;e &jksfM;ks]
EkSf[kd Hkk"kk dh izd`fr] lekpkj ys[ku ,oa okpu] jksfM;ks ukVd ] mn~?kks"k.kk ys[ku] foKkiu ys[ku] Qhpj rFkk fjiksrkZt]
bdkbZ & 2
n`;&J`O; ek/;e fQYe] Vsyhfotu] fofM;ksa] n`; ek/;eksa esa Hkk"kk dh izd`fr] n`; ,oa JO; lkezxh dk lkeatL; ikoZ okpu] ok;l vksoj
iVdFkk ys[ku] VsyhMkek] MkWD;w Mkek] laokn&ys[ku] lkfgR; dh fo/kkvksa dk n`;&ek/;eksa dk :ikUraj.k] foKkiu dh Hkk"kkA

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baVjusV lkezxh l`tu & ( Content creation)


bdkbZ & 3
vkuqokn dk Lo:Ik] {ks=] izfdz;k ,oa izfof/kA
fgUnh dh iz;kstuh;rk esa vuqokn dh HkwfedkA
dk;kZy;hu fgUnh vkSj vuqoknA
tulapkj ek/;eksa dk vuqoknA
foKkiu eas vuqoknA
oSpkfjd lkfgR; dk vuqoknA
bdkbZ & 4
okf.kfT;d vuqoknA
oSKkfud] rduhdh rFkk izkS|ksfxdh {ks= eas vuqoknA
fof/k&lkfgR; dh fgUnh vkSj vuqoknA
O;kogkfjdk vuqokn vH;klA
dk;kZy;hu vuqokn %& dk;kZy;hu ,oa izkklfud 'kCnkoyh] izkklfud] iz;qfUr;kW ] inuke] foHkkx] vkfnA
Ik=ksa ds vuqoknA
inukeksa] vuqHkkxksa] nLrkostksa] izfrosnuksa ds vuqoknA
bdkbZ & 5
cSad lkfgR; ds vuqokn dk vH;kl A
fof/k lkgR; ds vuqokn dk vH;kl A
lkfgfR;d vuqokn ds fl)kar ,oa O;ogkj % dfork] dgkuh] ukVd]
lkjkuqoknA
nqHkkf"k;k izfof/kA
vuqokn iqujh{k.k ,oa ewY;kaduA
fuca/kkRed izu
y?kqmRrjh; izu
oaLrqfu"B izu

,e--, f}rh; lsesLVj


izuIk=& 5
fgUnh lkfgR;
n`';&JO; ek/;e ys[ku
bdkbZ&1
ek/;eksi;ksxh ys[ku dk Lo:i vkSj izeq[k izdkjA
bdkbZ&2
jsfM;ks ukVdks dh bfrgkl] ikB~; ukVd vkSj jsfM;ks ukVd dk varjA
bdkbZ&3
Vh-oh-ukVd dh rduhdA
bdkbZ&4
lkfgfR;d fo/kkvksa dh n`'; &JO; :ikarj.k&dykA
bdkbZ&5
lapkj ek/;eksa dh orZeku le; esa lEHkkouk, ,oa pquSkfr;kWaA

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,e-,- fgUnh
lsesLVj&r`rh;
vk/kqfud fgUnh dkO; vkSj mldk bfrgkl
bdkbZ&1
O;k[;ka'k&
1& eSfFkyhkj.k xqIr & lkdsr dk uoe~ lxZ
2& t;kadj izlkn &dkek;uh fpark ]Jk}]bMk lxZ
bdkbZ&2
eSfFkyhkj.k xqIr ls lacaf/kr leh{kkRed izuA
bdkbZ&3
t;kadj izlkn ls lacaf/kr leh{kkRed izuA
bdkbZ&4
vk/kqfud fgUnh dkO; Nk;kokn rd dh izeq[k izo`fRRk;ka
bdkbZ&5
nzqr ikB ds fu/kkfZjr dfo txUukFk nkl jRukdkj ] v;ks/;k flag mik/;k; gfjvkS/k ] egknsoh oekZ ]vkSj cky d`".k kekZ uohu

Hkk"kk foKku ,oa fgUnh Hkk"kk


bdkbZ&1
Hkk"kk vksSj Hkk"kk foKku& Hkk"kk dh ifjHkk"kk vkSj vfHky{k.k] Hkk"kk O;oLFkk vkSj Hkk"kk O;ogkj] Hkk"kk lajpuk vkSj Hkkf"kd izdk;Z] Hkk"kk foKkku
Lo:i ,oa O;kfIr]v/;;u dh fn'kk,a& o.kZukRed] ,sfrgkfld vkSj rqyukRedA
bdkbZ&2
Lou izfdz;k& Lo:i vkSj 'kk[kk,a] okx;a= vkSj muds dk;Z Lofue dh

vo/kkj.kk& Louksa dk oxhZdj.k] Lou xq.k Lofud&ifjorZuA

bdkbZ&3
O;kdj.k& :i foKku dk Lo:i] :fie dh vo/kkj.kkA
okD; dh vo/kkj.kk& okD; ds Hksn& okD;&fo'ys"k.k& fudVLFk vO;o fo'ys"k.k xgu lajpuk vkSj ckg; lajpuk
bdkbZ&4
vFkZ foKku&vFkZ dh vo/kkj.kkA 'kCn vkSj vFkZ dk lEcaU/kA vFkZ izkfIr ds lk/ku vkSj vFkZ ifjorZu
bdkbZ&5
lkfgR; vkSj Hkk"kk foKku& lkfgR; esa v/;;u esa Hkk"kk foKku ds vaxks dh mi;ksfxrkA

fgUnh lkfgR; dk bfrgkl


bdkbZ&1
fgUnh lkfgR; ds bfrgkl ys[ku dh ijEijk] vkSj lkfgR;sfrgkl ds iquysZ[ku dh leL;k, A
bdkbZ&2
fgUnh lkfgR; ds vkfndky dh i`"B Hkwfe]] lkfgR;d izo`fRr;k] dkO;/kkjk,W] x| lkfgR;] izfrfuf/k jpukdkj vkSj budh jpuk,WA
bdkbZ&3
iwoZe/;dky HkfDrdky dh ,sfrgkfld i`"BHkwfe] lkaLd`frd psruk ,oa HkfDrvkUnksyu] fofHkUu dkO; /kkjk,a rFkk mudk foys"k.k] izeq[k fuxZq.k
lUr dfo vkSj saizeq[k lwQh dfo;ks dk vonkuA
bdkbZ&4
jke vkSj d`".kdkO; % izeq[k dfo vkSj mudk jpukxr oSfk"V; A
bdkbZ&5

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mRRkj e/;dky jhfrdky dh ,sfrgkfld i`"BHkwfe] dky lhek vkSj ukedj.k] fofo/k /kkjk, jhfr c) jhfr fl)] jhfreqDr izo`fr;k vkSj
foks"krk,A

rqylhnkl
bdkbZ&1
ikB~; fo"k;& rqylhnkl%& jkepfjr ekul] xhrk izsl&xksj[kiqj
O;k[;ka'k& jkepfjr ekul& ckydk.M] vk;ks/;kdk.M]
bdkbZ&2
rqylhnkl dh ;qxhu i`"BHkwfe] lkekftd ]jktuhfrd] vkfFZkd ifjfLFfr;ka
bdkbZ&3
jkepfjr ekul ls lacaf/kr izu
bdkbZ&4
fgUnh esa jke dkO; ijEijk vkSj mlds vU; dfo A
bdkbZ&5
nzqrikB & nksgkoyh ] ikoZrh eaxy ] tkudh eaxyA

vuqokn foKku
bdkbZ&1
vuqokn dh ifjHkk"kk] Lo:i] {ks= vkSj lhek,A
bdkbZ&2
vuqokn dyk] foKku ;k fkYiA vuqokn dh bdkbZ% 'kCn] incU/k] okD;] ikBA
bdkbZ&3
vuqokn dh izfdz;k vkSj izfof/k% foys"k.k] vUrj.k] iquxZBuA vuqokn izfdz;k ds fofHkUu pj.k] lzksr Hkk"kk ds ikB dk foys"k.k ,oa mlds
vFkZxzg.k dh izfdz;k] L=zksr Hkk"kk vkSj y{; Hkk"kk dh rqyuk
bdkbZ&4
vuqokn ds {ks= ,oa izdkj& dk;kZy;hu] oSKkfud ,oa rduhdh] lkfgfR;d] ekufodh] lapkj ek/;e] foKkiu vkfnA
bdkbZ&5
vuqokn dh leL;k, % l`tukRed vFkok lkfgfR;d vuqokn dh leL;k,Wa] dk;kZy;hu vuqokn dh leL;k,a] oSKkfud ,oa rduhdh lkfgR; ds
vuqokn dh leL;k,A dks"k ,oa ikfjHkkf"kd 'kCnkoyh ds fuekZ.k dh leL;k,saA ehfM;k {ks= ds vuqokn dh leL;k,saA foKkiu ds vuqokn dh
leL;k,A

oSdfYid
lwjnkl
bdkbZ&1

izkjEHk ls eFkqjkxeu ds iwoZ rd ds inksa ls O;k[;k, iwNh tk;sxhA

bdkbZ&2 fu/kkZfjr in izkjaHk ls eFkqjkxeu ls iwoZ rd vkykspukRed Ikzu A


bdkbZ&3 ;qxhu i`"BHkwfe lkekftd ] jktuhfrd ] vkfFkZd] ifjfLFkfr;kA
bdkbZ&4 lwjnkl dk thouo`k ] var% lk{; ] ckg~; lk{;A
bdkbZ&5 nzqrikB~; dqEHkunkl] d`".knkl ]ijekuUnnklA

dFkkdkj izsepUn
bdkbZ&1
Xksknku] miU;kl
dgkuh cw+<+h dkdh ] cMs HkkbZ lkgc ]karjt ds f[kykMh
bdkbZ&2
izsepUnz ;qxhu ifjosk

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bdkbZ&3
fgUnh miU;kl ijEijk vkSj izsepUn
bdkbZ&4
fgUnh dgkuh mn~Hko ] fodkl vkSj izsepUn
nzqrikB& fooEeHkj ukFk kekZ dkSfkd ospu kZek mxz] Hkxorh izlkn cktis;h ]o`nakouyky oekZ

n`';&JO; ek/;e ys[ku


bdkbZ&1
ek/;eksi;ksxh ys[ku dk Lo:i vkSj izeq[k izdkjA
bdkbZ&2
jsfM;ks ukVdks dh bfrgkl] ikB~; ukVd vkSj jsfM;ks ukVd dk varjA
bdkbZ&3
Vh-oh-ukVd dh rduhdA
bdkbZ&4
lkfgfR;d fo/kkvksa dh n`'; &JO; :ikarj.k&dykA
bdkbZ&5
lapkj ek/;eksa dh orZeku le; esa lEHkkouk, ,oa pquSkfr;kWaA

t;'kadj izlkn
bdkbZ&1 ikB~; jpuk,W *dadky*] miU;kl dgkuh & **vkdkknhi** eerk xq.Mk
bdkbZ&2 fgUnh miU;kl ,oa dgkuh dh fodkl ;k=k dh ijEijkA
bdkbZ&3 izlkn ds miU;kl ,oa dgkuh dh fodkl ;k=k dh ijEijkA
bdkbZ&4 Ikzlkn dh fu/kkZfjr dgkfu;ksa ij leh{kkRed izuA
bdkbZ&5 nzqrikB&izsepUnz] lqnkZu o`Unkouyky oekZ] ve`ryky ukxj

lsesLVj&prqFkZ
izFke - vk/kqfud fgUnh dkO; vkSj mldk bfrgkl
bdkbZ&1
ikB~; fo"k;
1- t;'kadj izlkn&dkek;uh% fpark ,oa J}k lxZA
2- lw;ZdkUr f=ikBh fujkyk % jke dh 'kfDr iwtk] dqdqjeqRrkA
3- lafPpnkuUn ghjkuaUn okRL;k;u vKs;% unh ds }hi] ljLorh iq=A
4- xtkuu ek/ko eqfDroks/k& czge jk{kl] Hkwy xyrh A
t;'kadj izlkn] lw;ZdkUr f=ikBh fujkyk] vKs; ,oa eqfDroks/k dh dforkvksa ls O;k[;ka'kA
bdkbZ &2
vk/kqfud fgUnh dkO; Nk;kokn rd dh izeq[k izo`fRr;kW] bfrgkl ,oa izeq[k dfoA
bdkbZ &3
Nk;koknksRrj dkO; dh izeq[k izo`fRr;kW bfrgkl vkSj izeq[k dfoA
bdkbZ &4
fu/kkZfjr dfo;ksa ij leh{kkRed iz'uA
bdkbZ &5

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nqzr ikB& ckyd`".k 'kekZ uohu] gfjoa'kjk; cPpu] Hkokuh izlkn feJ] ujs'k esgrk ls y?kqRrjh; iz'uA

f}rh; - Hkk"kk foKku ,oa fgUnh Hkk"kk


bdkbZ &1
Hkk"kk vksSj Hkk"kk foKku& Hkk"kk dh ifjHkk"kk vkSj vfHky{k.k] Hkk"kk O;oLFkk vkSj Hkk"kk O;ogkj] Hkk"kk lajpuk vkSj Hkkf"kd izdk;Z] Hkk"kk foKkku
Lo:I ,oa O;kfIr]v/;;u dh fn'kk,Wa& o.kZukRed] ,sfrgkfld vkSj rqyukRedA
bdkbZ &2
Lou izfdz;k& Lo:i vkSj 'kk[kk,W] okx;a= vkSj muds dk;Z Lofue dh vo/kkj.kk& Louksa dk oxhZdj.k] Lou xq.k Lofue ifjorZu] Lofue ds
HksnA
bdkbZ &3
O;kdj.k& :i foKku dk Lo:i] :fie dh vo/kkj.kkA eqDr] vkc} vkSj lEcaU/kn'khZ] Hksn vkSj izdkjA okD; dh vo/kkj.kk& vHkfgrkUo;okn
vkSj vfUork fo/kkuoknA
okD; ds Hksn& okD;&fo'ys"k.k& fudVLFk vO;o fo'ys"k.k xgu lajpuk vkSj ckg; lajpuk
vFkZ foKku&vFkZ dh vo/kkj.kkA 'kCn vkSj vFkZ dk lEcaU/kA vFkZ izkfIr ds lk/ku vkSj vFkZ ifjorZu
bdkbZ&4
fgUnh dh ,sfrgkfld i`"B HkwfeA izkphu Hkkjrh; vk;Z Hkk"kk,W] oSfnd ,oa ykSfdd laLd`r vkSj mudh fo'ks"krk,WA
e/;dkyhu Hkkjrh; vk;Z Hkk"kk,W& ikfy izkd`r] 'kkSjlsuh] v}Zekx/kh] ekx/kh] viHkza'k vkSj mudh fo'ks"krk,WA
vk/kqfud Hkkjrh; vk;Z Hkk"kk,W vkSj mudk oxhZdj.kA
fgUnh dk HkkSxksfyd foLrkj] fgUnh dh miHkk"kk,W rFkk mudh cksfy;kWA
[kM+h cksyh]czt vkSj vo/kh dh fo'ks"krk,WA
bdkbZ &5
nsoukxjh fyfi mn~Hko fodkl] fo'ks"krk,W vkSj ekudhdj.k rFkk fgUnh dh laoS/kkfud fLFkfrA

r`rh; fgUnh lkfgR; dk bfrgkl


bdkbZ &1
fgUnh lkfgR; ds bfrgkl ys[ku dh ijEijk] vk/kkjHkwr lkexzh vkSj lkfgR;sfrgkl ds iquysZ[ku dh leL;k,AfgUnh lkfgR; dk bfrgkl %
vkfndky dh i`"B Hkwfe] fl) vkSj ukFk lkfgR;] jklksdkO;] tSu lkfgR;AfgUnh lkfgR; ds vkfndky dk ,sfrgkfld ifjn`;] lkfgR;d
izo`fRr;k] dkO;/kkjk,W] x| lkfgR;] izfrfuf/k jpukdkj vkSj budh jpuk,WA
bdkbZ&2
iwoZe/;dky HkfDrdky dh ,sfrgkfld i`"BHkwfe] lkaLd`frd psruk ,oa HkfDrvkUnksyu] fofHkUu dkO; /kkjk,a rFkk mudk foys"k.k] izeq[k fuxZq.k
lUr dfo vkSj mudk vonkuAHkkjr esa lwQh er dk fodkl rFkk izeq[klwQh dfo vkSj dkO;] lwQh dkO; esa Hkkjrh; laLd`fr ,oa yksd thou
ds rRoA
jke vkSj d`".kdkO; % izeq[k dfo vkSj mudk jpukxr oSfk"V; A
bdkbZ &3
mRrj e/;dky jhfrdky dh ,sfrgkfld i`"BHkwfe] dky lhek vkSj ukedj.k] njckjh laLd`fr vkSjy{k.k xzUFkksa dh ijEijkAjhfrdkyhu lkfgR;
dh fofo/k /kkjk,sa jhfrc)] jhfrfl)] jhfreqDr izo`fRr;k vkSj foks"krk,a] izfrfuf/k jpukdkj vSksj jpuk,aWA
bdkbZ &4
vk/kqfud dky& % vk/kqfud dky dh lkekftd] jktuhfrd] vkfFkZd ,oa lkaLd`frd i`"BHkwfe] lu~ 1857 bZ- dk izFke Lok/khurk laxzke vkSj
iqutkZxj.k
HkkjrsUnq ;qx % izeq[k lkfgR;dkj] jpuk,W vkSj lkfgfR;d foks"krk,aA f}osnh ;qx % izeq[k lkfgR;dkj jpWuk, vkSj lkfgfR;d foks"krk,aA fgUnh
LoPNUnrkoknh psruk dk vfxze fodkl] Nk;koknh dkO;] izeq[k lkfgR;dkj] jkpk,a vkSj lkfgfR;d foks"krk,AmRrjNk;kokn dh fofo/k
izo`fr;k % izxfrokn] iz;ksxokn] u;h dforkA izeq[k lkfgR;dkj] jpuk,W vkSj lkfgfR;d fos'ks"krk,WA fgUnh x| dh izeq[k fo/kk,W dgkuh]
miU;kl] ukVd fucU/k vkfnA
bdkbZ&5laLej.k] js[kkfp=] thouh] vkRedFkk dk fodklA fgUnh vkykspuk dk mn~Hko ,oa fodklA L=h foekZ vkSj nfyr foekZ dk ifjp;A

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fgUnh prqFkZ oSdfYid


fujkyk
bdkbZ &1 O;k[;ka'k& ikV~; fo"k;& vijk] xhfrdk] rqylhnkl] u;s iRrsA
bdkbZ &2 Nk;kokn ,oa Nk;koknksRrj dkO; dk ifjos'k rFkk i`"B Hkwfe
bdkbZ &3 fujkyk dk O;fDrRo d`frRoA
bdkbZ &4 fujkyk ij vkyskpukRed iz'uA
bdkbZ &5 nqzrikB gsrq fuEu dfo;ksa ls y?kqRrjh; iz'u iwNs tk;sxs&
lqfe=kuUnu iar] egknsoh oekZ] ek[kuyky prqosZnh] f'koeaxy flag lqeuA lw;ZdkaUr f=ikBh fujkyk

fgUnh prqFkZ oSdfYid


jkepUnz 'kqDy
bdkbZ &1 O;k[;ka'k& ikB~; xzUFk& fparkef.k Hkkx 1 & fparkef.k Hkkx 2
bdkbZ&2 vk/kqfud x| esa fgUnh fucU/k dk Lo:i ,oa fodkl rFkk izeq[k fucU/kdkjA
bdkbZ &3 vkpk;Z jkepUnz 'kqDy thou ;k=k ,oa fparu n`f"VA
bdkbZ &4 jkepUnz 'kqDy ds ikB~; fucU/kksa dh leh{kkA
bdkbZ &5 nzqrikB& ckcw xqykcjk;] inqeyky iqUukyky cD'kh] gtkjh izlkn f}osnh]MkW0 fo|kfuokl feJA

fgUnh prqFkZ oSdfYid


n`';&JO; ek/;e ys[ku
bdkbZ &1
ek/;eksi;ksxh ys[ku dk Lo:i vkSj izeq[k izdkjA fgUnh ek/;e ys[ku dk laf{kIr bfrgklA
bdkbZ&2
jsfM;ks ukVdks dh izfof/k jax ukVd] ikb~;ukVd vkSj jsfM;ks ukVd dk varjA jsfM;ks ukVd ds izeq[k Hksn & jsfM;ks /kkjkokfgd] jsfM;ks :ikarj]
jsfM;ks QsSUVslh] laxhr :id] vkys[k :id MkD;wesaVh QhpjA
bdkbZ&3
Vh-oh-ukVd dh rduhdA Vsyh Mkek] Vsyh fQYe] MkD;wMkek rFkk Vh-oh- /kkjkokfgd esa lkE;& oS"kE;A lapkj ek/;e ds vU; fofo/k :i
bdkbZ &4
lkfgfR;d fo/kkvksa dh n`'; &JO; :ikarj.k&dykA bySDVkWkfud ehfM;k }kjk izlkfjr lekpkjksa ds ladyu&laiknu vkSj izLrqfrdj.k dh
izfof/kA lapkj ek/;eksa }kjk izlkfjr foKkiuksa dh Hkk"kkA foKkiu fQYeksa dh izfof/kA
bdkbZ &5
lapkj ek/;eksa dh Hkk"kkA fgUnh ds le{k vk/kqfud tulapkj vkSj lwpuk izkS|ksfxdh dh pquSkfr;kWaA

fgUnh prqFkZ oSdfYid


dks'k foKku
bdkbZ &1
dks'k ] ifjHkk"kk vkSj Lo:iA dks'k dh mi;ksfxrkA dks'k vkSj O;kdj.k dk vr % laca/kA dks'k ds Hksn& leHkk"kh] f}Hkk"kh vkSj cgqHkk"kh dks'k]
,ddkfyd vkSj dkydzfed dks'k % fo"k; dks'k] ikfjHkkf"kd dks'k] O;qRifRrdks'k] lkekarj dks'k] v/;srkdks'k] fo'odks'k] cksyhdks'kA
bdkbZ &2
dks'k& fuekZ.k dh izfdz;k % lkexzh ladyu] izfof"Vdze ] O;kdjf.kd dksfV] mPpkj.k] O;qRifRr vFkZ i;kZ;] O;k[;k] fp= iz;ksx] mi&
izfof"V;kW] laf{kfIr;kW] lanHkZ vkSj izfrlanHkZA izfof"V lajpuk] :fie] 'kCn vkSj 'kfCne ljy] O;qRiUu vkSj lkekfld] 'kfCne] lkekfld 'kfCne
lgiz;ksxkRed] O;qRiknd lekl] lgiz;ksx vkSj lanHkZA
bdkbZ &3

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:i vFkZ laca/k % vusdkFkZdrk % lekukFkZdrk] leukerk] le/;oU;kRedrk] foykserkA dks'k& fuekZ.k dh leL;k,W % leHkk"kh] f}Hkk"kh vkSj
cgqHkk"kh dks'kksa ds lanHkZ easa] vfyf[kr Hkk"kkvksa dk dks'k & fuekZ.kA
bdkbZ &4
dks'kfoKku vkSj vU; fo"k;ksa dk laca/k % dks'kfoKku vkSj LoufoKku ] O;kdj.k] O;qRifRr'kkL= vksSj vFkZfoKku dk laca/kA ik'pkR; dks'k
ijaijk] Hkkjrh; dks'k ijEijk rFkk fgUnh dks'k lkfgR; dk bfrgklA fgUnh ds izeq[k dks'k vkSj dks'kdkjA
bdkbZ &5
Lopkfyr lkexzh lalk/ku] dEI;wVj vkSj dks'k fuekZ.k dks'k & fuekZ.k % foKku ;k dykA

fgUnh prqFkZ oSdfYid


yksd lkfgR;
bdkbZ &1
yksd lkfgR; dk vk'k;] yksd lkfgR; ds ladyu dh leL;k,WA
yksd&lkfgR; ds izeq[k :iksa dk oxhZdj.k yksdxhr] yksdukV~; yksddFkk]yksdxkFkk] yksd u`R;&ukV~; yksd laxhrA yksd xhr %
laLdkj&xhr] ozrxhr] Jexhr] _rqxhr tkfr xhrA
bdkbZ &2
yksd&ukV~; jkeyhyk] jklyhyk] dhrZfu;kW] Lokax];{kxku] HkokbZ laisM+k] fonsfl;k] ekp] HkkSaM+ rek'kk] ukSVadh] tk=k] dFkdyhA fgUnh yksd&
ukV~; dh ijEijk ,oa izfof/kA fgUnh ukVd vkSj jaxeap ij yksd ukV~;ksa dk izHkkoA
bdkbZ &3
yksd & dFkk % ozr&dFkk] ijh& dFkk] ukx& dFkk] cks/k&dFkk] dFkkud&:f<+;kW vFkok vfHkizk;A yksd&xkFkk %<+ksyk&ek:] xksihpUnz& HkjFkjh]
yksfjd] uy& ne;arh] ySyk& eatuwW] ghj&jkW>k+ ] lksguh&eghoky] yksfjd & pank] cxMkor vkYgk&gjnkSyA
bdkbZ &4
yksd&laxhr % yksdok| rFkk fof'k"B yksd /kqusaAyksd & u`R; ukV~;A
yksd&Hkk"kk % yksd lqHkf"kr eqgkojs] dgkorsa] igsfy;kWaA
bdkbZ &5
fuEufyf[kr tuinh; Hkk"kkvksa ds yksd& lkfgR; esa ls fdlh ,d dk
v/;;u % [kM+hcksyh] NRrhlx<+h ] c?ksyh] ekyoh;] cqUnsyh

fgUnh prqFkZ oSdfYid


dFkkdkj izsepUn
bdkbZ &1
O;k[;ka'k& xksnku] jaxHkwfe deZHkwfe
dgkuh&Bkdqj dk dqvkW& iap ijes'oj] ea=] dQu] bZnxkg] iwl dh jkr] cM+s HkkbZ lkgc] ued dk njksxk] dtkdh] lnxfrA
bdkbZ &2
izsepUn thou ,oa japuk ;k=k % miU;kl] dgkuh] i=dkfjrkA
bdkbZ &3
izsepUn ds ikB~; miU;klksa dh leh{kkA
bdkbZ &4
izsepUn ds ikB~; dgkfu;ksa dh leh{kkA
bdkbZ &5
nzqrikB& tsusUnz dqekj] ;'kiky] Hkxorhpj.k oekZ] ve`ryky ukxjA

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fgUnh prqFkZ oSdfYid


rqylhnkl%
bdkbZ&1
ikB~; fo"k;& rqylhnkl%& jkepfjr ekul] dforkoyh] fou; if=dk xhrk izsl&xksj[kiqj
O;k[;ka'k& jkepfjr ekul& ckydk.M] vk;ks/;kdk.M] mRrjdk.M]
dforkoyh
fou;if=dk
bdkbZ&2
jkeHkfDr dkO;/kkjk dk ifjp; ,oa izo`fRr;kWA
bdkbZ&3
rqylh;qxhu i`"B Hkwfe] thouh ,oa d`frRoA
bdkbZ &4
rqylh dh HkfDr] n'kZu rFkk d`fr;ksa ls lEcfU/kr iz'uA
bdkbZ&5
nzqrikB&jkeHkfDr /kkjk ds vU; dfo;ksa dk vonku jkekuUn] fo".kqnkl] ds'ko nklA

fgUnh prqFkZ oSdfYid


lwjnkl
bdkbZ&1 O;k[;ka'k&lwj lkxj n'ke Lda/k iwokZ}Z lEiknd&uUnnqykjs cktis;h
bdkbZ &2 HkfDrdky dh ,sfrgkfld i`"B Hkwfe ,oa fofo/k dkO; /kkjk,WA
bdkbZ &3 d`".kHkfDr dkO;/kkjk dk ifjp; ,oa izo`fRr;kW ,oa v"BNki ds dfoA
bdkbZ &4 lwj lkfgR; dh i`"B Hkwfe thou ,oa jpuk,WA
bdkbZ &5 prqHkZqtnkl] uUnnkl] jl[kku] ehjkA

fgUnh prqFkZ oSdfYid


vuqokn foKku
bdkbZ&,d
vuqokn dh ifjHkk"kk] Lo:i] {ks= vkSj lhek,A
bdkbZ&nks
vuqokn dyk] foKku ;k fkYiA vuqokn dh bdkbZ% 'kCn] incU/k] okD;] ikB rFkk vuqokn ds midj.k&dks'k] ikfjHkkf"kd 'kCnkoyh]dEI;wVjA
bdkbZ&rhu
vuqokn dh izfdz;k vkSj izfof/k% foys"k.k] vUrj.k] iquxZBuA vuqokn izfdz;k ds fofHkUu pj.k] lzksr Hkk"kk ds ikB dk foys"k.k ,oa mlds
vFkZxzg.k dh izfdz;k] lzksr Hkk"kk vkSj y{; Hkk"kk dh rqyuk rFkk vFkkZUrj.k dh izfdz;k] vuwfnr ikB dk iquxZBu vkSj vFkZ laizs"k.k dh izfdz;k]
vuqokn izfdz;k dh izd`frA
bdkbZ&pkj
vuqokn rFkk lerqY;rk dk fl)karAvuqokn ds {ks= ,oa izdkj&dk;kZy;hu] oSKkfud ,oa rduhdh] lkfgfR;d] ekufodh] lapkj ek/;e]
foKkiu vkfnA
bdkbZ&ikaWp

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vuqokn dh leL;k, % l`tukRed vFkok lkfgfR;d vuqokn dh leL;k,Wa] dk;kZy;hu vuqokn dh leL;k,a] oSKkfud ,oa rduhdh lkfgR; ds
vuqokn dh leL;k,A dks"k ,oa ikfjHkkf"kd 'kCnkoyh ds fuekZ.k dh leL;k,saA ehfM;k {ks= ds vuqokn dhleL;k,saA foKkiu ds vuqokn dh
leL;k,A

fgUnh prqFkZ oSdfYid


t;'kadj izlkn
bdkbZ &1 O;k[;ka'k& ikB~; jpuk,W& LdUnxqIr pUnzxqIr dkeuk vtkr'k=q
bdkbZ&2 fgUnh ukVd ijEijk vkSj izxfr rFkk izlkn dh ukV~; ;k=kA
bdkbZ&3 izlkn ds ukBdks dh i`"BHkwfe] jaxeph; ifjdYiuk] rFkk ukV~;'kkL=h; fparuA
bdkbZ &4 izlkn ds ikB~; ukVdksa ij vkykspukRed iz'uA
bdkbZ &5 nzqrikB& lsB xksfoUnnkl] Hkqous'oj] eksgu jkds'k] lqjsUnz oekZ] y{ehukjk;.k feJA

COUNSELLING AND STUDY STRUCTURE


Cours
e
Code

Title of the Course

Credi
t

Total
Hour
s of
Stud
y

Counselling and Study Structure (hours)

Face to
Face
Counsellin
g

Self
stud
y

Practic
al

Assignmen
ts

First Semester
1MA1 izkphu ,oa e/;dkyhu dkO; rFkk

90

12

51

27

1MA2

120

16

68

36

1MA3
1MA4
1MA5
Second Semester
2MA1 izkphu ,oa e/;dkyhu dkO; rFkk

3
3
3

90
90
90

12
12
12

51
51
51

27
27
27

120

16

68

36

2MA2

90

12

51

27

2MA3
2MA4
2MA5
Third Semester
3MA1 vk/kqfud fgUnh dkO; vkSj mldk

3
3
3

90
90
90

12
12
12

51
51
51

27
27
27

90

12

51

27

3MA2
3MA3

4
3

120
90

16
12

68
51

36
27

3
3

90
90

12
12

51
51

27
27

120

16

68

36

3MA4
3MA5

mldk bfrgkl vk/kqfud fgUnh x| vkSj mldk


bfrgkl
Hkkjrh; ,oa ikpkR; dkO;'kkL=
iz;kstuewyd fgUnh
vuqokn foKku

mldk bfrgkl
vk/kqfud fgUnh x| vkSj mldk
bfrgkl
Hkkjrh; ,oa ikpkR; dkO; 'kkL=
iz;kstuewyd fgUnh
n`';&JO; ek/;e ys[ku
bfrgkl
Hkk"kk foKku ,oa fgUnh Hkk"kk
foks"k
v/;;u&dfo&rqylhnkl@lwjnk
l@ fujkyk
fgUnh lkfgR; dk bfrgkl
foks"k v/;;u&jkepUnz
'kqDy@dFkkdkj izsepUnz
@t;kadj izlkn

Fourth Semester
4MA1 vk/kqfud fgUnh dkO; vkSj mldk

bfrgkl

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4MA2
4MA3

Hkk"kk foKku ,oa fgUnh Hkk"kk

4
8

PROJECT REPORT /
DISSERTATION

120
240

16
32

68
136

36
72

STUDY MODULES AND BOOKS INFORMATION


Course
Code

Name of the Course

1MA1

izkphu ,oa e/;dkyhu dkO; rFkk mldk


bfrgkl -

izkphu ,oa e/;dkyhu dkO; rFkk mldk bfrgkl

1MA2

vk/kqfud fgUnh x| vkSj mldk bfrgkl

vk/kqfud fgUnh x| vkSj mldk bfrgkl, CVRU/AISECT

1MA3

Hkkjrh; ,oa ikpkR; dkO;'kkL=

Hkkjrh; ,oa ikpkR; dkO;'kkL=, CVRU/AISECT

1MA4

iz;kstuewyd fgUnh

iz;kstuewyd fgUnh, CVRU/AISECT

1MA5

vuqokn foKku

vuqokn foKku, CVRU/AISECT

2MA1

izkphu ,oa e/;dkyhu dkO; rFkk mldk


bfrgkl

izkphu ,oa e/;dkyhu dkO; rFkk mldk bfrgkl, CVRU/AISECT

2MA2

vk/kqfud fgUnh x| vkSj mldk bfrgkl

vk/kqfud fgUnh x| vkSj mldk bfrgkl, CVRU/AISECT

2MA3

Hkkjrh; ,oa ikpkR; dkO; 'kkL=

Hkkjrh; ,oa ikpkR; dkO; 'kkL=, CVRU/AISECT

2MA4

iz;kstuewyd fgUnh

iz;kstuewyd fgUnh, CVRU/AISECT

2MA5

n`';&JO; ek/;e ys[ku

n`';&JO; ek/;e ys[ku, CVRU/AISECT

3MA1

vk/kqfud
bfrgkl

3MA2

Hkk"kk foKku ,oa fgUnh Hkk"kk

Hkk"kk foKku ,oa fgUnh Hkk"kk

3MA3

foks"k
v/;;u&dfo&rqylhnkl@lwjnkl@
fujkyk

foks"k v/;;u&dfo&rqylhnkl@lwjnkl@ fujkyk, CVRU/AISECT

3MA4

fgUnh lkfgR; dk bfrgkl

fgUnh lkfgR; dk bfrgkl, CVRU/AISECT

3MA5

foks"k v/;;u&jkepUnz 'kqDy@dFkkdkj


izes pUnz @t;kadj izlkn

foks"k

4MA1

vk/kqfud
bfrgkl

vk/kqfud fgUnh dkO; vkSj mldk bfrgkl

4MA2

Hkk"kk foKku ,oa fgUnh Hkk"kk

2MA3

PRACTICAL-DISSERTATION.

First Semester
, CVRU/AISECT

Second Semester

Third Semester

fgUnh

dkO;

vkSj

mldk

vk/kqfud fgUnh dkO; vkSj mldk bfrgkl

v/;;u&jkepUnz

CVRU/AISECT

, CVRU/AISECT

, CVRU/AISECT

'kqDy@dFkkdkj

izsepUnz

@t;kadj

izlkn,

Fourth Semester

fgUnh

dkO;

vkSj

mldk

Hkk"kk foKku ,oa fgUnh Hkk"kk

, CVRU/AISECT

, CVRU/AISECT

DATE SCHEDULE AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENTS


DUE DATE OF SUBMISSION OF ALL ASIGNMENTS AT THE STUDY CENTRE
Year
Semester - I

Semester - II

Assignment No.
1MA1
1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5
2MA1
2MA2
2MA3

Due Date
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )

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Semester - III

Semester - IV

2MA4
2MA5
3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
4MA1
4MA2

October 31 (for July Session)


April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)

Note: Assignments of the course are available for download at the CVRU Website
http://www.cvru.ac.in . You can download the assignments as per your course, follow the
instructions given and submit it before due dates at the study centre.

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DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMMES

M.A. ENGLISH

Scheme of Examination
Detailed Syllabus
Counseling and Study Structure
Study Modules & Books Information
Date Schedule & Instructions for Submitting Assignments

INSTITUTE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION (IODE)


DR. C.V.RAMAN UNIVERSITY
KARGI ROAD, KOTA, BILASPUR, CHATTISGARH

PHONE : 07753-253737, 8827920016, 8827920019 FAX : 07753-253728


E-mail: iode@cvru.ac.in Website: www.cvru.ac.in

CVRU-IODE Programme Guide (2012-13) - Faculty of Arts

M.A. ENGLISH
Duration

2 years (Four Semesters)

Eligibility

Graduate in any Discipline


Scheme of Examination

Course
Code

Name of the Course

1MA1
1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5

POETRY-I
DRAMA-I
FICTION-I
PROSE-I
ENGLISH LANGUAGE-I

2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5

POETRY-II
DRAMA-II
FICTION-II
PROSE-II
ENGLISH LANGUAGE-II

3MA1
3MA2

CRITICAL THEORY
INDIAN
WRITING
IN
ENGLISH
COMMONWEALTH
LITERATURE IN ENGLISH
LINGUISTICS
AND
STYLISTICS
OPTIONAL PAPER (SELECT
ANY ONE)
SPECIAL STUDIES
AMERICAN LITERATURE

3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
A
B
4MA1
4MA2
A
B
2MA3

Theory/
Practical

CRITICAL THEORY
OPTIONAL PAPER (SELECT
ANY ONE)
SPECIAL STUDIES
AMERICAN LITERATURE
PRACTICAL-DISSERTATION.

Credit

First Semester
Theory
3
Theory
3
Theory
3
Theory
3
Theory
4
Second Semester
Theory
3
Theory
3
Theory
3
Theory
3
Theory
4
Third Semester
Theory
4
Theory
3

Total
Marks

Term
End
(A)

Assignments
/
Internal
Assessment
(B)

Minimum
Passing
Marks
(A+B)

100
100
100
100
100

80
80
80
80
80

20
20
20
20
20

36
36
36
36
36

100
100
100
100
100

80
80
80
80
80

20
20
20
20
20

36
36
36
36
36

100
100

80
80

20
20

36
36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Theory

100

80

20

36

Fourth Semester
Theory
4
100
Theory
4
100

80
80

20
20

36
36

Practical

240

150

300

SEMESTER I
PAPER I POETRY - I
MAX TOTAL MARKS-100

THEORY MARKS-70

ASSIGNMENTS MARKS-30

Note:
1. Two essay type questions to be set from each unit and one to be attempted.
2. All questions are compulsory. They carry equal marks.
Unit-1
Annotations (Any two out of the four given passages. At least one from each unit).
Unit-2
Epic Poetry:
John Milton: Paradise Lost Book I
Valmiki: Ramayana (Sundar Kand).

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Unit-3
Narrative Poetry:
Geoffrey Chaucer: The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales.
S. T. Coleridge: The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.
Unit-4
Renaissance Poetry:
William Shakespeare: Sonnets Nos. 23, 24, 26, 27, 31, 44.
John Donne: The Extasie, A Valediction Forbidden Mourning.
The Good Morrow, Love.s Alchemie, The Canonization, The Anniversaries.
Unit-5
Satirical Poetry:
John Dryden: Absolom and Achitophel.
Alexander Pope: The Rape of the Lock.

PAPER II DRAMA - I
MAX TOTAL MARKS-100

THEORY MARKS-70

ASSIGNMENTS MARKS-30

Note:
1. Two essay type questions to be set from each unit and one to be attempted.
2. All questions are compulsory. They carry equal marks.
Unit-1
Annotations (Any two out of four given passages selecting at least one from each unit).
Unit-2
Non-English Drama:
Sophocles: Oedipus Rex.
Kalidas: Abhigyana Shankuntalam. (English Translation, Sahitya Academy)
Unit-3
Shakespearean Tragedy: Hamlet, King Lear.
Unit-4
Other Shakespearean Plays: Twelfth Night, The Tempest.
Unit-5
Renaissance Drama: (Non- Shakespearean)
Christopher Marlowe: Dr. Faustus.
Ben Jonson: Every Man in His Humour.

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PAPER III FICTION - I
Max Total Marks-100

Theory Marks-70

Assignments Marks-30

Note:
1. Two essay type questions to be set from each unit and one to be attempted.
2. All questions are compulsory. They carry equal marks.
Unit-1
Early Prose Narrative:
Bana Bhatt: Kadambari.
Cervantes: Don Quixote.
Unit-2
Picaresque Novel:
Henry Fielding: Tom Jones.
Daniel Defoe: Robinson Crusoe.
Unit-3
Historical Novel:
Walter Scott: Kenilworth.
Thackeray: Henry Esmond.
Unit-4
Fiction by Women:
George Eliot: The Mill on the Floss.
Emily Bronte: Jane Eyre.
Unit-5
19th Century Realistic Novel:
Charles Dickens: Great Expectations.
Zola: Nana.

PAPER IV PROSE-I
MAX TOTAL MARKS-100

THEORY MARKS-70

ASSIGNMENTS MARKS-30

Note:
1. Two essay type questions to be set from each unit and one to be attempted.
2. All questions are compulsory. They carry equal marks.
Unit-1
Annotations (Any two out of four given passages selecting at least one from each unit).
Unit-2
Biography and Autobiography:
J. L. Nehru: Autobiography (Fourth Chapter).
Kamala Das: My Story (Fourth Chapter).
Unit-3
Political and Social Writings:
Plato: The Republic, Book II (First four chapters).

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Bacon: Of Truth, Of Studies, Of Revenge, Of Love.
Unit-4
Philosophical Writings:
J. Krishnamurti : 1. Individual and Society.
2. Action and Idea.
3. What is Self?
4. What is We Seeking?
Lala Hardayal: Intellectual Culture.
Unit-5
Bertrand Russell: True Success.
William Hazlitt: 1. The Ignorance of the Learned.
2. The Indian Jugglers.

PAPER-V ENGLISH LANGUAGE


Unit-1
Definition, Functions, Characteristics, Development of English Language.
Unit-2
Language Varieties: Register, Style and Dialect; Approaches to the study of language:
Synchronic and Diachronic.
Unit-3
Definition of Phonetics & Phonology, Difference between Phonetics and Phonology Organs of
Speech.
Unit-4
Phonemes, Allophones, Phonetic Symbols for Sounds in RP
Unit-5
Basics of Transformational generic Grammar: Nature and Characteristics.
Note: - Two essay type questions will be set from each unit and one each to be
attempted. All questions carry equal marks.

SEMESTER - II
PAPER I POETRY -II
Note:
1. Two essay type questions to be set from each unit and one to be attempted.
2. All questions are compulsory. They carry equal marks.
Unit-1
Pre- Romantic Poetry:
Thomas Gray: The Bard, The Progress of Poesy.
William Blake: On another Sorrow, From Auguries of Innocence, The Poison Tree.
Unit-2
Romantic Poetry:

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W. Wordsworth: Tintern Abbey, Ode on Intimations of \Immortality.
P.B.Shelley: Adonais.
John Keats: Ode on a Grecian Urn, Ode to Autumn.
Unit-3
Victorian Poetry:
Alfred Tennyson: Ulysses, The Lotos Eaters
Matthew Arnold: Thyrsis, The Scholar Gypsy.
Unit-4
Symbolist Poetry:
T. S. Eliot: The Waste Land
W. B. Yeats: The Second Coming, Byzantium, Sailing to Byzantium.
Unit-5
Modern Poetry:
W.H.Auden: Strange Meeting, The Shield of Achilles.
Dylan Thomas: Fern Hill, A Refusal to Mourn the Death of a Child.

PAPER II DRAMA-II
Note:
1. Two essay type questions to be set from each unit and one to be attempted.
2. All questions are compulsory. They carry equal marks.
Unit-1
Annotations: (Any two out of four given passages selecting at least one from each unit).
Unit-2
Restoration Drama:
John Dryden: All for Love.
Congreve: The Way of the World.
Unit-3
Victorian Drama:
G. B. Shaw: Man and Superman
Galsworthy: Justice
Unit-4
Modern Drama:
Ibsen: A Dolls House
Brecht: Mother Courage
Unit-5
Indian Drama:
Girish Karnad: The Fire and the Rain
Mahesh Dattani: Tara

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PAPER III FICTION-II


Note:
1. Two essay type questions to be set from each unit and one to be attempted.
2. All questions are compulsory. They carry equal marks.
Unit-1
19th Century Fiction:
Flaubert: Madame Bovary.
George Meredith: The Egoist.
Unit-2
Rural Novel:
Thomas Hardy: Tess of the D. urbervilles.
Premchand: Godaan.
Unit-3
Psychological Novel:
Virginia Woolf: To the Light house.
D. H. Lawrence: Sons and Lovers.
Unit-4
Naturalist Novel:
Joseph Conrad: Lord Jim.
Hemingway: The Old Man and the Sea.
Unit-5
Post Naturalist Novel:
William Golding: Lord of the Flies.
Saul Bellow: Her Zog.

PAPER IV PROSE-II
Note:
1. Two essay type questions to be set from each unit and one to be attempted.
2. All questions are compulsory. They carry equal marks.
Unit-1
Annotations: (Any two out of four given passages. At least one to be selected at least one
from each unit).
Unit-2
Boswell: The Life of Dr. Johnson (From Everyman.s Edition of Boswell.s Life
of Dr.Johnson. London: J, M. Dent 1958 Vol. I, Introductory pp 5-11).
Addison: Choice of Hercules, Uses of the Spectators.
Unit-3
Goldsmith: The Man in Black.
Charles Lamb: New Years Eve, A Bachelors Complaint against the Behavior of Married
People.
Unit-4
G. Gardiner: On the Rule of the Road, In Defense of Laziness.

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Robert Lynd: Back to the Desk. Forgetting, The Pleasures of Ignorance, I Tremble to Think.
Unit-5
G. K. Chesterton: On Running after One.s Hat, Patriotism and Sport.
Hilarry Bellock: On Books, On Preserving English.

PAPER- V ENGLISH LANGUAGE


Note:
1. There shall be five questions selecting at least two from each unit and one from each
unit to be attempted.
2. All questions are compulsory and carry equal marks.
Unit-1
Syntax: Coordination, Subordination, Relative Clauses, Adverbials.
Unit-2
Semantics: Nature and Characteristics Semantic features.
Unit-3
Stylistics: Foregrounding and Parallelism. Verbal repetition Types of words in usages.
Unit-4
Grammar: Word classes: Noun Phrase, Verb Phrase, Adjunct Phrase.
Determiners, Article Features.
Unit-5
Transformation: Aspects of Passivity and Perfectivity Concord.

MA FINAL YEAR
SEMESTER III
PAPER-I CRITICAL THEORY
Unit-1
Natyashastra - Rasa Theory, AristotlePoetics (Butchers Translations).
Unit-2
LonginusOn the Sublime; Philip Sydney Apology for Poetry.
Unit-3
John Dryden An essay on Dramatic Poesy; Dr. Johnson Preface to Shakespeare.
Unit-4
WordsworthPreface to the Lyrical Ballads; Coleridge Biographia Literaria.
Ch. XIII & XIV.
Unit-5
Mathew Arnold Essays in Criticism (Second series); T.S. Eliot Tradition and Individual
Talent
Note: - Two essay type questions will be set from each unit and one each to be
attempted. All questions carry equal marks.

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PAPER II - INDIAN WRITINGS IN ENGLISH


Unit-1
Annotations: four passages selecting at least two each from Unit II and IV will be given and
two to be attempted.
Unit-2
Sri Aurobindo : Savitri - Book I Canto I.
Tagore: Geetanjali poems 1 to 10 (McMillan edition).
Unit-3
APJ Abdul Kalam Wings of Fire
Unit-4
Asif Currimbhoy: Valley of Assassins.
Badal Sircar: Evam Indrajit.
Unit-5
Anita Desai: Cry, the Peacock.
Arun Joshi: The City and the River
Note: Four annotation passages will be given from units II & IV and two to be
attempted. Two essay type questions will be given from units 2, 3, 4 & 5 and one each
to be attempted.

PAPER - III - COMMONWEALTH LITERATURE IN ENGLISH


Unit-1
Canadian Poetry Margarette Atwood: (1) This is a Photograph of Me, (2) Tricks with Mirrors.
Unit-2
Canadian Fiction Margaratte Laurence: The Stone Angel
Unit-3
The African Novel Doris Lessing: The Grass is singing.
Unit-4
Carribean Novel George Lamming: In the Castle of my Skin.
Unit-5
Australian Novel Patrick White

: A Fringe of Leaves.

Note :
Two essay type questions to be set from each unit and one each to be attempted. All
questions carry equal marks.

PAPER IV - LINGUISTICS AND STYLISTICS


NOTE:
1. There shall be five questions selecting at least two from each unit and one from each
unit to be attempted.
2. All question are compulsory and carry equal marks
UNIT-1
Linguistics:

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Linguistics, its Definition, Branches of Linguistics


Characteristics of language, Nature and Properties of language
Language as a system of communication, Human language and Animal
Communication, Language as a system of systems.
Synchronic, Diachronic, and Historical Linguistics.
Language Borrowing, Influence of Foreign Languages on English- Latin, French,
Scandinavian, Indian.
UNIT-2
1

Language Varieties, Dialect, Idiolect, Dialect Boundaries Diglossia, Standard


Language, Pidgin and Creole.
2 Language Varieties, Register and Style, Language Variation and Sociolinguistics,
Language change.
3 Competence and Performance.
4 Theories of Language Acquisition
5 Linguistic Fallacies.
6 Applied Linguistics.
7 Competence and Performance.
UNIT-3
Grammar: (1) I.C Analysis (2) Morphology Grammar: Determiners, Word Classes, Noun
Phrase, Verbal Group, Verb Phrase, Verb Patterns, Finite and Non-Finite forms, Minimal
and Non-minimal; Article Features.
UNIT-4
Phonetics:
1
2
3

Organs of Speech, The Speech Mechanism


Classification and Description of Speech Sounds, Consonants and Vowels.
The International Phonetic Alphabet, The Phoneme, The Allophones, The Syllable.

Phoneme Theory & Syllable Theory


1
2
3
4
5

Transcriptions, Phonetic & Phonemic


Stress and Intonation, Word accent, the Rules of stress,
Intonation
Strong and Weak Forms, Accent and Rhythm in Connected speech
Differences between R.P & G.I.E

UNIT-5.
Stylistics:
1
2
3

Nature and scope, Collocation. Pragmatics, Presupposition, Implicature, Metaphor, Felicity,


Condition, Implicature in Literature.
The Irrational in Poetry, Oxymoron, Paradox, Ambiguity, Pun. Syllopsis, Jingle as pun,
Deviation, The Grind and Tenor of Metophor, Analyzing Metaphor, Connotation.
Deviation, Foregrounding and Parallelism, Inversion ,Verbal Repetition

Note: Two essay type questions will be set from each unit and one each to be
attempted.

PAPER V (A) - SPECIAL STUDIES


Note:
1. A Writer/Poet is selected at the starting of the semester.
2. All questions are compulsory. They carry equal marks.
3. Two question from each unit will be set five questions seating at least one
from each unit will be attempted.
Choose any one of the following:1. Shakespeare.
2. John Milton.
3. A.Pope.
4. William Coleridge

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5. P.B.Shelly
6. Mathew Arnold
7. T.S.Eliot
8. G.B.Shaw
9. R.W.Emerson
10. Sri Aurbindo.
Unit-1 Biography
Unit-2 Selected Works
Unit-3 Technique: Style, Language, Plot, Characterization, Critical Opinion.
Unit-4 On the Another.
Unit-5 Impact.

PAPER V(B) AMERICAN LITERATURE


Unit-1
Annotations :( Six passages selecting at least two from units II, III and IV each to be set, two
to be attempted).
Unit-2
Prose Emerson: Self Reliance, The Over Soul.
Unit-3
Poetry Walt Whitman: O Captain, My Captain; Song of Myself; Gross; When
Lilacs last in the Dooryard Bloomed; I celebrate myself. Robert Frost:
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening, After Apple Picking, Birches, The Road not taken.
Unit-4
Drama: Eugene ONeil: Mourning Becomes Electra.
Unit-5
Fiction: Mark Twain Huckleberry Finn.
Note: Six annotation passages will be given from units II, III & IV and two to
be attempted. Two essay type questions will be given from units 2, 3, 4
& 5 and one each to be attempted.

SEMESTER- IV
PAPER- I - CRITICAL THEORY
Note:
1. There shall be five questions selecting at least two from each unit and one from each
unit to be attempted.
2. All questions are compulsory and carry equal marks.
Unit-1
I. A. Richards: Two Uses of Language
J. C. Ransom: Concept of Structure and Texture of Poetry.
Unit-2
F. R. Levis: Literary Criticism and Philosophy.

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Cleeneth Brooks: The Language of Paradox.
Unit-3
Ferdinand Sausure: The Nature of Linguistic Science
J. Derrida: Structure, Sign and Play in the Discourse of the Human Sciences
Unit-4
Trends in Feminist Criticism Edward Said: Crises (The Scope of Orientilism)
Unit-5
Practical Criticism: It will contain two passages: one in verse and the other inprose for
Practical Criticism following the technique as Illustratedin : I.A.Richard.s book. Practical
Criticism. One will have to be attempted. Critical Approaches (choose any one).

PAPER- II (A) - SPECIAL STUDIES


NOTE:
1. All questions are compulsory. They carry equal marks.
2. Two question from each unit will be set five questions seating at least one from each
unit will be attempted.
Choose any one of the following:1.

Charles Dickens.

2.

Thomas Hardy.

3.

D.H.Lawrence.

4.

J.P.Sartre

5.

Dostoevesky.

6.

Albert Camus

7.

Ernest Hemingway

8.

William Colding

9.

Walt Whitman

10.

Magaret Atwood

Unit-1 Biography
Unit-2 Selected Works
Unit-3 Technique: Style, Language, Plot, Characterization, Critical Opinion.
Unit-4 On the Another.
Unit-5 Impact.

PAPER- II (B) - AMERICAN LITERATURE


Note:
1. There shall be five questions selecting at least two from each unit and one from each
unit to be attempted.
2. All questions are compulsory and carry equal marks
Unit-1
Annotations :( Six passages selecting at least two from units II, III and IV each to be set, two
to be attempted).

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Unit-2
Drama Tenessee Williams: The Glass Menagerie.
Albee: The Zoo Story
Unit-3
Short Story Edgar Allen Poe: The Fall of the House of Usher The Cask of Amantillado.
O. Henry: Jimmi Valentina.
Unit-4
Fiction Earnest Hemingway: The Old Man and the Sea Mark Twain: The Prince and the
Pauper
Unit-5
Fiction Salinger: The Catcher in the Rye
Steinbeck: The Winter of our Discontent

PAPER- III PROJECT WORK

COUNSELING AND STUDY STRUCTURE


Course
Code

Title of the Course

Credit

Total
Hours
of
Study

Counselling and Study Structure (hours)

Face to Face
Counselling

Self
study

Practical

Project

Assignments

1MA1
1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5

POETRY-I
DRAMA-I
FICTION-I
PROSE-I
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE-I

3
3
3
3
4

First Semester
90
12
90
12
90
12
90
12
120
16

51
51
51
51
68

27
27
27
27
36

2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5

POETRY-II
DRAMA-II
FICTION-II
PROSE-II
ENGLISH
LANGUAGE-II

3
3
3
3
4

Second Semester
90
12
90
12
90
12
90
12
120
16

51
51
51
51
68

27
27
27
27
36

3MA1
3MA2

CRITICAL THEORY
INDIAN WRITING IN
ENGLISH
COMMONWEALTH
LITERATURE IN
ENGLISH
LINGUISTICS AND
STYLISTICS
OPTIONAL PAPER
(SELECT ANY ONE)

4
3

Third Semester
120
16
90
12

68
51

36
27

CRITICAL THEORY
OPTIONAL PAPER
(SELECT ANY ONE)
PROJECT REPORT /
DISSERTATION

4
4

Fourth Semester
120
16
120
16

240

3MA3
3MA4
3MA5

4MA1
4MA2
4MA3

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

90

12

51

27

68
68

36
36

32

162

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STUDY MODULES AND BOOKS INFORMATION


Course
Code

Name of the Course

1MA1
1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5

POETRY-I
DRAMA-I
FICTION-I
PROSE-I
ENGLISH LANGUAGE-I

2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5

POETRY-II
DRAMA-II
FICTION-II
PROSE-II
ENGLISH LANGUAGE-II

3MA1
3MA2

CRITICAL THEORY
INDIAN
WRITING
IN
ENGLISH
COMMONWEALTH
LITERATURE IN ENGLISH
LINGUISTICS
AND
STYLISTICS
OPTIONAL PAPER (SELECT
ANY ONE)
SPECIAL STUDIES
AMERICAN LITERATURE

3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
A
B
4MA1
4MA2
A
B
2MA3

CRITICAL THEORY
OPTIONAL PAPER (SELECT
ANY ONE)
SPECIAL STUDIES
AMERICAN LITERATURE
PRACTICAL-DISSERTATION.

First Semester
POETRY-I, AISECT
DRAMA-I, AISECT
FICTION-I, AISECT
PROSE-I, AISECT
ENGLISH LANGUAGE-I , AISECT
Second Semester
POETRY-II, AISECT
DRAMA-II, AISECT
FICTION-II, AISECT
PROSE-II, AISECT
ENGLISH LANGUAGE-II , AISECT
Third Semester
CRITICAL THEORY , AISECT
INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH , AISECT
COMMONWEALTH LITERATURE IN ENGLISH , AISECT
LINGUISTICS AND STYLISTICS, AISECT

SPECIAL STUDIES , AISECT


AMERICAN LITERATURE, AISECT
Fourth Semester
CRITICAL THEORY, AISECT
SPECIAL STUDIES , AISECT
AMERICAN LITERATURE, AISECT
PRACTICAL-DISSERTATION. , AISECT

DATE SCHEDULE AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENTS


DUE DATE OF SUBMISSION OF ALL ASIGNMENTS AT THE STUDY CENTRE
Year
Semester - I

Semester - II

Semester - III

Semester - IV

Assignment No.
1MA1
1MA2
1MA3
1MA4
1MA5
2MA1
2MA2
2MA3
2MA4
2MA5
3MA1
3MA2
3MA3
3MA4
3MA5
4MA1
4MA2

Due Date
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)
April 30 (for January Session )
October 31 (for July Session)

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Note: Assignments of the course are available for download at the CVRU Website
http://www.cvru.ac.in . You can download the assignments as per your course, follow the
instructions given and submit it before due dates at the study centre.

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