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File Ref.No.10138/GA - IV - B2/2013/CU UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT Abstract BA Programme in Arabic- CUCBCSS UG

UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT

Abstract BA Programme in Arabic- CUCBCSS UG - 2014 Admission - Scheme and Syllabus Approved - Implemented with effect from 2014 Admissions - Orders issued

U.O.No. 9536/2014/Admn

G & A- IV - B

Dated, Calicut University.P.O, 04.10.2014

Read:-1. UO .No. 3797/2013/CU dated 07.09.2013 (CBCSS UG Modified Regulations ) (File. ref.no. 13752/GAIV J SO/2013/CU)

2. UO .No 5180/2014/Admn, dated 29.05.2014 (CBCSS UG Revised Regulations )

(File ref.no. 13752/GAIV J SO/2013/CU)

3. Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Studies in Arabic (UG) held on 31.07.2014

4. Minutes of the Meeting of the Faculty of Language and Literature held on

27.08.2014, item number b

5. Letter dated 30.09.2014 from the Dean Faculty of Language and Literature.

6. Orders of the Vice Chancellor in file of even number dated 01.10.2014

ORDER

The Modified Regulations of Choice Based Credit Semester System for UG Curriculum with effect from 2014 admission under the University of Calicut was implemented vide paper read first above.

The Revised CUCBCSS UG Regulations has been implemented with effect from 2014 admission for all UG Programmes under CUCBCSS, in the University vide paper read second above.

The Board of Studies in Arabic (UG) vide paper read third finalised and approved the CUCBCSS Syllabus of BA Arabic Programme with effect from 2014 Admission.

The Faculty of Language and Literature vide paper read fourth approved the Syllabus of BA Arabic Programme under CUCBCSS for 2014 admission which was finalised and approved by the Board of Studies in Arabic (UG) at it's meeting held on 31.07.2014.

The Dean Faculty of Language and Literature has remarked that as per item no.b the Faculty of Language and Literature at its Meeting held on 27.08.2014 has approved the Minutes of the

Meeting of the Board of Studies in Arabic (UG) held on 31.07.2014 and the Syllabus of BA Arabic Programme under CUCBCSS for 2014 admission finalised and approved in this Minutes is to be implemented urgently with effect from 2014 admission.

Vide paper read sixth above, the Hon'ble Vice Chancellor , considering the exigency, and

exercising the powers of the Academic Council has approved the Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Studies in Arabic (UG) held on 31.07.2014 subject to ratification by the Academic Council .

.

Sanction has therefore been accorded for implementing the Scheme and Syllabus of BA Programme in Arabic under CUCBCSS, in the University with effect from 2014 Admission.

Orders are issued accordingly. The syllabus is appended herewith.

To

Muhammed S Deputy Registrar

1. The Principals of all Affiliated Colleges offering BAArabic under the University of

Calicut

2. PS to VC/PVC/PA to Registrar/CE/EX IV Section/EG Section/Director SDE/DR and AR

BA Branch/SDE/SDE Exam Branch/Library/Information Centres/SF/DF/FC

Forwarded / By Order

Section Officer

UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT

BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARABIC (UG)

Revised Curriculum of

BA in Arabic Language and Literature

Effective from 2014­15 Admissions

UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT

BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARABIC (UG)

Revised Curriculum of BA in Arabic Language and Literature

Effective from 2014­15 Admissions

BA Programmes in Arabic Language and Literature

The board is presenting revised syllabus for two BA Arabic Programmes :-

1.

BA Arabic – Single Main (Pattern – I)

2.

BA Arabic – Double Main (Pattern – II)

Course Structure

The Programme consists of the following courses:

1. Common Courses (10)

 

2.

Core Courses (15)

3.

Complementary Courses (8)

 

4.

Open Course (1)

5.

Project

Altogether there will be 34 courses in the Programme with 15 Core Courses including 1 Elective course, 10 Common Courses, 8 Complementary Courses (spread over 4 semesters) and 1 Open Course. Open courses are the courses offered by a department to the students of other departments. Students can select a course of their own choice offered by other departments. A detailed break up of courses is presented in table 1.

Table 1. Scheme of BA Programme in Arabic Language and Literature

SEMESTER – I

Course

Common I

Course

Code

/Week

Course Common I Course Code /Week Common II Common III Core I Comple I ARB1 A07

Common II

Common III

Core I

Comple I

ARB1 A07

ARB1 B01

ARB1 C01

III Core I Comple I ARB1 A07 ARB1 B01 ARB1 C01 Title of Paper English Hours

Title of Paper

English

Hours

Credits

4 3

ARB1 C01 Title of Paper English Hours Credits 4 3 English 5 3 Communicative Skills in
ARB1 C01 Title of Paper English Hours Credits 4 3 English 5 3 Communicative Skills in

English

5

3

Communicative Skills in Arabic

4

4

Classical Prose

6

5

Functional Arabic

3

­

Maximum Marks

IE*

EE**

Tota

 

l

20

80

100

20

80

100

20

80

100

20

80

100

­

­

­

­

­

­

80

320

400

Comple II ARB1 C02 Tareekhul Islam Paper I ­Total 3 ­ 25 hrs 15

Comple II

ARB1 C02

Tareekhul Islam Paper I

­Total

Comple II ARB1 C02 Tareekhul Islam Paper I ­Total 3 ­ 25 hrs 15
Comple II ARB1 C02 Tareekhul Islam Paper I ­Total 3 ­ 25 hrs 15
Comple II ARB1 C02 Tareekhul Islam Paper I ­Total 3 ­ 25 hrs 15
Comple II ARB1 C02 Tareekhul Islam Paper I ­Total 3 ­ 25 hrs 15
Comple II ARB1 C02 Tareekhul Islam Paper I ­Total 3 ­ 25 hrs 15
3 ­ 25 hrs 15

3

­

25 hrs

15

IE* : Internal Evaluation

EE** : External Evaluation

SEMESTER – II

Course Course Title of Paper Hours Code /Week Common IV English 5 Common V English

Course

Course

Title of Paper

Hours

Code

/Week

Common IV

English

5

Common V

English

4

Common VI

ARB2 A08

Translation and Communication

4

Common VI ARB2 A08 Translation and Communication 4 Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total 4 20
Common VI ARB2 A08 Translation and Communication 4 Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total 4 20
Common VI ARB2 A08 Translation and Communication 4 Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total 4 20

Credits

Maximum Marks

IE*

EE**

Total

4

20

80

100

4

20

80

100

4

20

80

100

80 100 4 20 80 100 4 20 80 100 Core I Comple I Comple II
80 100 4 20 80 100 4 20 80 100 Core I Comple I Comple II
Core I Comple I Comple II ARB2 B02 ARB2 C03# ARB2 C04## Informatics with DTP
Core I Comple I Comple II ARB2 B02 ARB2 C03# ARB2 C04## Informatics with DTP
Core I Comple I Comple II ARB2 B02 ARB2 C03# ARB2 C04## Informatics with DTP
Core I Comple I Comple II ARB2 B02 ARB2 C03# ARB2 C04## Informatics with DTP

Core I

Comple I

Comple II

ARB2 B02

ARB2 C03#

ARB2 C04##

Informatics with DTP

6

Linguistics

3

Tareekhul Islam

3

with DTP 6 Linguistics 3 Tareekhul Islam 3   5 20 80 100 2 +2 20
with DTP 6 Linguistics 3 Tareekhul Islam 3   5 20 80 100 2 +2 20
with DTP 6 Linguistics 3 Tareekhul Islam 3   5 20 80 100 2 +2 20
with DTP 6 Linguistics 3 Tareekhul Islam 3   5 20 80 100 2 +2 20
 

5

20

80

100

2

+2

20

80

100

2

+2

20

80

100

  5 20 80 100 2 +2 20 80 100 2 +2 20 80 100
Paper II 600 IE* : Internal Evaluation EE** : External Evaluation
Paper II
600
IE* : Internal Evaluation
EE** : External Evaluation

Total

25hrs

25

120

480

# I &II Sem combined examination (The Question Paper code will be ARB1 C0I Functional

Arabic&ARB2 C03 Linguistics) ## I &II Sem combined examination (The Question Paper code will be ARB1 C02 Tareekhul Islam­I &ARB2 C04 Tareekhul Islam –II)

SEMESTER – III

Course

Course

Title of Paper

Hours

Course Course Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks
Course Course Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks
Course Course Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks
Course Course Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks
Course Course Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks

Credits

Maximum Marks

Course Course Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks
Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks Code /Week IE* Common VII English 5 4 20
Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks Code /Week IE* Common VII English 5 4 20

Code

/Week

IE*

Common VII

English

5

4

20

Common VIII

ARB3 A09

Literature in Arabic

5

4

20

Core 3

ARB3 B03

History of Literature Paper I

5

4

20

Core 4

ARB3 B04

Classical poetry

4

4

20

­ ­

ARB3 B 04 Classical poetry 4 4 20 ­ ­ Comple I ARB3 C05 Taqafatul Islam
ARB3 B 04 Classical poetry 4 4 20 ­ ­ Comple I ARB3 C05 Taqafatul Islam

Comple I

ARB3 C05

Taqafatul Islam wa Hadarathuhu

3 ­

Comple II

ARB3 C06

Commercial Arabic

Total

3

­

­

­

25hrs

16

80

320

EE**

Total

80

100

80

100

80

100

80

100

­

­

400

IE* : Internal Evaluation

EE** : External Evaluation

SEMESTER – IV

English Culture & Civilization

English

Culture &

Civilization

Common IX

Common X

ARB4 A10

Core 5

ARB4 B05

Methodology of Arabic

Course

Course

Title of Paper

Hours

Code

/Week

5

5

5

Title of Paper Hours Code /Week 5 5 5 Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total 4
Title of Paper Hours Code /Week 5 5 5 Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total 4
Title of Paper Hours Code /Week 5 5 5 Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total 4
Title of Paper Hours Code /Week 5 5 5 Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total 4
Title of Paper Hours Code /Week 5 5 5 Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total 4

Credits

Maximum Marks

IE*

EE**

Total

4

20

80

100

4

20

80

100

4

20

80

100

5 Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total 4 20 80 100 4 20 80 100 4
80 100 4 20 80 100 4 20 80 100 Core 6 ARB4 B06 History of
80 100 4 20 80 100 4 20 80 100 Core 6 ARB4 B06 History of
Core 6 ARB4 B06 History of Literature Paper II 4 Comple I ARB4 C07 Indian
Core 6 ARB4 B06 History of Literature Paper II 4 Comple I ARB4 C07 Indian
Core 6 ARB4 B06 History of Literature Paper II 4 Comple I ARB4 C07 Indian
Core 6
ARB4 B06
History of
Literature Paper II
4
Comple I
ARB4 C07
Indian Writings in
3
#
Arabic
Comple II
ARB4
Journal Arabic
3
C08##
Total
25hrs
Comple II ARB4 Journal Arabic 3 C08## Total 25hrs   4 20 80 100 2 +2
Comple II ARB4 Journal Arabic 3 C08## Total 25hrs   4 20 80 100 2 +2
Comple II ARB4 Journal Arabic 3 C08## Total 25hrs   4 20 80 100 2 +2
 

4

20

80

100

2

+2

20

80

100

2

+2

20

80

100

24

120

480

600

IE* : Internal Evaluation

EE** : External Evaluation

# III &IV Sem combined examination (The Question Paper code will be ARB3 C05 Thaqafathul …&ARB4

C07 Indian writings……) ## III &IV Sem combined examination (The Question Paper code will be ARB3 C06 Commercial Arabic &ARB4 C08 Journal Arabic)

SEMESTER – V

Course

Course

Course Course Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks
Course Course Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks
Course Course Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks

Title of Paper

Hours

Credits

Maximum Marks

Course Course Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks
Course Course Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks
Course Course Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks
Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks Code /Week IE* EE** Core 7 ARB5 B07 Modern
Title of Paper Hours Credits Maximum Marks Code /Week IE* EE** Core 7 ARB5 B07 Modern

Code

/Week

IE*

EE**

Core 7

ARB5 B07

Modern Prose

6

4

20

80

Core 8

ARB5 B08

Grammar & Morphology Paper I

5

4

20

80

Core 9

ARB5 B09

Novel literature in Arabic

5

4

20

80

Core 10

ARB5 B10

Introduction to Translation

5

4

20

80

Open

(To choose 1 out of 2)

ARB5 D01

Socio Economic Concept of Islam

3

2

10

40

ARB5 D02

Modern Arab World

3 2 10 40 ARB5 D02 Modern Arab World Total 25hrs 18 90 Proect To be
3 2 10 40 ARB5 D02 Modern Arab World Total 25hrs 18 90 Proect To be

Total

25hrs

18 90

Proect To be continued in VI th Sem 1 ­ Work
Proect
To be continued in VI th Sem
1
­
Work
25hrs 18 90 Proect To be continued in VI th Sem 1 ­ Work Total 100

Total

100

100

100

100

50

­ ­ 360 450

­ ­

360 450

IE* : Internal Evaluation

EE** : External Evaluation

SEMESTER – VI

Course

Course

Code

Core 11

ARB6 B11

Core 12

ARB6 B12

Title of Paper

Modern Poetry

Grammar, Rhetorics & Prosody Paper II

Modern Poetry Grammar, Rhetorics & Prosody Paper II Hours/ Week Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total
Modern Poetry Grammar, Rhetorics & Prosody Paper II Hours/ Week Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total
Modern Poetry Grammar, Rhetorics & Prosody Paper II Hours/ Week Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total
Modern Poetry Grammar, Rhetorics & Prosody Paper II Hours/ Week Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total

Hours/

Week

Credits

Maximum Marks

IE*

EE**

Total

5

4

20

80

100

5

4

20

80

100

II Hours/ Week Credits Maximum Marks IE* EE** Total 5 4 20 80 100 5 4
5 4 20 80 100 5 4 20 80 100 Core 13 ARB6 B13 Core 14
5 4 20 80 100 5 4 20 80 100 Core 13 ARB6 B13 Core 14
Core 13 ARB6 B13 Core 14 ARB6 B14 Core 15 ARB6 E01 (To choose 1

Core 13

ARB6 B13

Core 14

ARB6 B14

Core 15

ARB6 E01

(To choose 1 out of 2)

ARB6 E02

Project

ARB6 B15

(Pr)

Short story and Drama

Al­Naqd (Criticism)

Spoken Arabic

Contemporary Arab World

Individual/Group activity

Total

Contemporary Arab World Individual/Group activity Total 5 4 20 80 100 5 4 20 80 100
Contemporary Arab World Individual/Group activity Total 5 4 20 80 100 5 4 20 80 100
Contemporary Arab World Individual/Group activity Total 5 4 20 80 100 5 4 20 80 100
Contemporary Arab World Individual/Group activity Total 5 4 20 80 100 5 4 20 80 100
Contemporary Arab World Individual/Group activity Total 5 4 20 80 100 5 4 20 80 100

5

4

20

80

100

5

4

20

80

100

3

2

20

80

100

2

4

10

40

50

25hrs

22

110

440

550

5 4 20 80 100 3 2 20 80 100 2 4 10 40 50 25hrs

IE* : Internal Evaluation

EE** : External Evaluation

Total

Credits

Internal Exam

External Exam

Marks (Grand

Marks

Marks

Total)

120 Credits

600

2400

3000

There will not be examinations for the complementary courses in the odd semesters. These will be conducted together with the examinations of the complementary courses in the even semesters.

The titles of the question papers will be:­

In the II Semester:

ARB1 C01 Indian Writings in Arabic & ARB2 C03 Functional Arabic­ (80 Marks)

ARB1 C02 Tareekhul Islam Paper I & ARB2 C04 Tareekhul Islam Paper II­ (80 Marks)

In the IV Semester:

ARB3 C05 Taqafatul Islam wa Hadarathuhu & ARB4 C07 Journal

Arabic­ (80 Marks)

ARB3 C06 Linguistics & ARB4 C08 Commercial Arabic­ (80 Marks)

Table 2. Percentage Distribution of Internal Marks

Components

Marks

Marks

%

Components Marks Marks % %

%

Attendance

Assignment, Seminar, Viva­ Voce

Test Paper

5

25

%

5

25

5 25 % 5 25
Marks Marks % % Attendance Assignment, Seminar, Viva­ Voce Test Paper 5 25 % 5 25

10

50 %

Attendance of each course will be evaluated and marks assigned as per the norms Presented in table 3.

Table 3. Percentage Distribution of Marks for Attendance

Attendance

Mark

Marks

s %

Attendance Mark Marks s %

Above 90%

85­89%

80­84%

76­79%

75%

5

100%

4

80%

3

60%

2

40%

1

20%

5 100% 4 80% 3 60% 2 40% 1 20%
Marks s % Above 90% 85­89% 80­84% 76­79% 75% 5 100% 4 80% 3 60% 2

Both internal and external evaluation is carried out using the mark system. The grading on the basis of total marks scored in internal and external examinations will be done by the University for each Course and for each semester, using a 7­ point scale indirect grading system as presented in table 4.

Table 4. Distribution of Marks, Grades and Grade Points

Percentage

Grad

Interpreta

Grade

Range of

Class

of Marks

e

tion

Point

Grade

90 and

above

80

– below

89

70

– below

79

60

– below

69

50

– below

59

Average

Points

above 80 – below 89 70 – below 79 60 – below 69 50 – below
above 80 – below 89 70 – below 79 60 – below 69 50 – below
below 69 50 – below 59 Average Points A+ Outstandin 6 5.5 ­ 6 First g

A+

Outstandin

6

5.5 ­ 6

First

g

Class with

A

Excellent

5

4.5

­ 5.49

Distinctio

 

n

B

Very Good

4

3.5

– 4.49

First

 

Class

C

Good

3

2.5

– 3.49

D

Satisfacto

2

1.5

– 2.49

Second

ry

Class

E

Pass/Adequ

1

0.5

– 1.49

Pass

ate

F

Failure

0

0 – 0.49

Fail

ry Class E Pass/Adequ 1 0.5 – 1.49 Pass ate F Failure 0 0 – 0.49

40 – below

49

Below 40

The minimum required percentage of attendance for appearing in the various semester examinations is fixed as 75.

Assignment : Best of the two assignments is considered per course.

: The student has to take a minimum of one seminar per

course. Test paper : A minimum of two class tests are to be attended. The grades of best two tests are

Seminar

to be taken.

External Examination: Question Pattern

The questions of external evaluation should aim at assessment of knowledge, standard application of knowledge and application of knowledge in new situations. Question paper should be a judicious mix of objective type, short answer type, short essay type and long essay type questions. Different types of questions shall be given different marks to quantify their range. The question setter shall submit a detailed scheme of evaluation along with the question paper.

All examinations will have duration of 3 hours

Each question paper will have four parts A, B, C and D

Part A contains 12 objective type questions for which the candidate has to answer all the questions. Each question carries ½ marks.

Part B contains twelve very short answer type questions and the candidates have to answer ten questions. Each question carries two marks.

Part C contains eight short essay/problem type questions and the candidates have to answer six questions. Each question carries five marks.

Part D contains four essay type questions and the candidates have to answer two questions. Each question carries 12 marks.

Table 5. Question Pattern for External Evaluation

Type of Question

Objective Type

Questions to be Given

12

of Question Objective Type Questions to be Given 12 Questions to Marks for Total be Answered

Questions to

Marks for

Total

be Answered

each

Marks

12

Question

½ 6

Questions to be Given 12 Questions to Marks for Total be Answered each Marks 12 Question
Questions to be Given 12 Questions to Marks for Total be Answered each Marks 12 Question
be Answered each Marks 12 Question ½ 6 10 2 20 6 5 30 2 12

10

2

20

6

5

30

2

12

24

30

Total

80

10 2 20 6 5 30 2 12 24 30 Total 80

Very Short Answer

12

Short Essay

8

Essay

4

Total

36

30 2 12 24 30 Total 80 Very Short Answer 12 Short Essay 8 Essay 4
30 2 12 24 30 Total 80 Very Short Answer 12 Short Essay 8 Essay 4

Project ­ ARB6 B15 (Pr)

As part of the requirements for BA Programme every student must do a project either individually or as a group, under the supervision of a teacher. Project work is meant for providing an opportunity to approach and study a problem in a systematic and scientific manner. It provides them an opportunity to apply the tools they have studied and learn the art of conducting a study and presenting the report in a structured way. The report of the project, completed in every respect, is to be submitted to the department for valuation by the examiners appointed by the University.

PROJECT GUIDELINES:

1) Project work may be done either individually or as a group of students not exceeding 5 in number. 2) The topic of the project should be on economic issues either theoretical or case study type. 3) Students should be properly oriented on the methodology of conducting a study during the Vth Semester, making use of the hours allotted for the purpose. 4) The Project work should be completed by the end of the VI semester and the report should be submitted to the Department before 31st March of the year concerned. 5) The project report should be either printed or typed in Arabic.

6) A copy of the project report in Arabic (printed or typed) should be submitted by the student/ team on or before 31 March of the year concerned. 7) The valuation of the project will be done at two stages:

a. Internal evaluation (supervising teachers will assess the project and award grades) b. External evaluation (The team will comprise of an external examiner appointed by the University and the HOD of the institution concerned or his nominee) c. A Viva voce related to the project work will also be conducted by the external evaluation team. All candidates should undergo the Viva voce test individually. d. Grades will be awarded to candidates combining the internal grade, team grade and Viva voce grade. 8) Length of the project report ­ 20 to 35 pages. The report may be organized in 3 chapters(minimum). 9) Project evaluation and the Viva voce should be conducted immediately after the completion of the regular classes /written examination. 10) The chairman of the VI semester exam should form and coordinate the evaluation teams and their work. 11) The project external evaluation should be completed before the commencement of the centralized valuation. 12) External Examiners will be appointed by the University from the list of VI semester Board of Examiners in consultation with the Chairman of the Board. 13) Student for viva­voce are compulsory for internal evaluation. 14) The internal to external is to be taken in the ration of 1:4. Assessment of different components may be done as given below.

Table 5. Details of the Assessment of Project Report

Internal (20% of total)

Component

Punctuality

% of Marks

20

Use of Data 20 Scheme/Organization of Report 30 Viva­voce 30
Use of Data 20 Scheme/Organization of Report 30 Viva­voce 30
Use of Data 20 Scheme/Organization of Report 30 Viva­voce 30
Use of Data 20 Scheme/Organization of Report 30 Viva­voce 30

Use of Data

20

Scheme/Organization of Report

30

Viva­voce

30

External (80% of total)

Component

% of Marks

Relevance of the Topic, Statement of Objectives, Methodology (Reference/Bibliography) Statement of Objectives, Methodology

20

Presentation, Findings and recommendations.

30

Viva­voce

50

Basic Ingredients of a Project Design:­

The project work can be designed by considering the following elements:­ 1) Selection of a Topic 2) Pilot Survey – a trial run of questionnaire / interviews 3) Significance / relevance of the Study 4) Review of Related Literature 5) Formulation of Research Questions 6) Research Objectives (Minimum 2) 7) Coverage (Universe / Sample & period of study) 8) Data source (Primary/Secondary) 9) Methods of Analysis i.e., 10) Limitations of the study 11) Chapter outline 12) Data Analysis/Result Chapter(s) 13) Conclusion

Structure of the Report:­

The report should be organized in the following sequence:

1) Title page 2) Name of the candidate, Name and designation of the supervising teacher 3) Declaration of the student and certificate of the supervising teacher 4) Acknowledgements 5) List of tables, List of figures, table of contents 6) Introduction 7) Significance of the study 8) Related works, if any 9) Objectives, methodology and data sources 10) Chapter scheme 11) Main text, summary conclusions and recommendations 12) Bibliography.

B.A. Mark distribution

***

Common : English

Common : Additional Language : Mal/Hindi/Arabic

Core: Arabic

Project

6x100

4x100

15 x 100

1x50

600

400

1000

: Mal/Hindi/Arabic Core: Arabic Project 6x100 4x100 15 x 100 1x50 600 400 1000 1500 50
: Mal/Hindi/Arabic Core: Arabic Project 6x100 4x100 15 x 100 1x50 600 400 1000 1500 50
: Mal/Hindi/Arabic Core: Arabic Project 6x100 4x100 15 x 100 1x50 600 400 1000 1500 50
: Mal/Hindi/Arabic Core: Arabic Project 6x100 4x100 15 x 100 1x50 600 400 1000 1500 50
: Mal/Hindi/Arabic Core: Arabic Project 6x100 4x100 15 x 100 1x50 600 400 1000 1500 50
: Mal/Hindi/Arabic Core: Arabic Project 6x100 4x100 15 x 100 1x50 600 400 1000 1500 50
: Mal/Hindi/Arabic Core: Arabic Project 6x100 4x100 15 x 100 1x50 600 400 1000 1500 50
: Mal/Hindi/Arabic Core: Arabic Project 6x100 4x100 15 x 100 1x50 600 400 1000 1500 50
: Mal/Hindi/Arabic Core: Arabic Project 6x100 4x100 15 x 100 1x50 600 400 1000 1500 50

1500

50

1550

6x100 4x100 15 x 100 1x50 600 400 1000 1500 50 1550 Open 1x50 50 50
6x100 4x100 15 x 100 1x50 600 400 1000 1500 50 1550 Open 1x50 50 50

Open

1x50

50 50

Total Marks

3000

Complementary

4x100

400 400

Complementary 4x100 400 400

Outline of the core courses for B.A. Arabic Language and Literature (Single Main)

Code

ARB1 B01

Title of the Course

Classical Prose

Code ARB1 B01 Title of the Course Classical Prose Teaching Cre hour/week dit Semester 6 4

Teaching

Cre

hour/week

dit

Semester

6

4 1

Code ARB1 B01 Title of the Course Classical Prose Teaching Cre hour/week dit Semester 6 4
Code ARB1 B01 Title of the Course Classical Prose Teaching Cre hour/week dit Semester 6 4

6

4

2

5

4

3

4

4

3

4

4

4

5

4

4

5

4

5

5

4

5

5

4

5

5

4

5

3

2

5

5

4

6

5

4

6

5

4

6

5

4

6

3

2

6

4

4

6

ARB2 B02

Informatics with DTP

ARB3 B03

History of Literature Paper I

ARB3 B04

Classical poetry

ARB4 B05

Methodology of Arabic

ARB4 B06

History of Literature Paper II

ARB5 B07

Modern Prose

ARB5 B08

Grammar & Morphology Paper I

ARB5 B09

Novel literature in Arabic

ARB5 B10

Introduction to Translation

ARB5 D01

Socio – Economic Concept of Islam (Open Course)

ARB6 B11

Modern Poetry

ARB6 B12

Grammar, Rhetoric & Prosody Paper II

ARB6 B13

Short story and Drama

ARB6 B14

Al­Naqd (Criticism)

ARB6 B15

Spoken Arabic (elective)

ARB6 B16

Project

story and Drama ARB6 B14 Al­Naqd (Criticism) ARB6 B15 Spoken Arabic (elective) ARB6 B16 Project
story and Drama ARB6 B14 Al­Naqd (Criticism) ARB6 B15 Spoken Arabic (elective) ARB6 B16 Project

Outline of the core courses for B.A. Arabic (Double Main)

Sl.

Code

Courses

Teaching

Cre

Sem

No.

 

hour/week

dit

.

1 ARB1B01 Classical Prose 6 4 2 ARB2B02 Informatics with DTP 6 4 3 ARB3B03

1 ARB1B01

Classical Prose

6

4

2 ARB2B02

Informatics with DTP

6

4

3 ARB3B03

History of literature Paper 1

5

4

4 ARB4B04

Classical Poetry

4

4

5 ARB4B06

History of literature

Paper II

5

4

4 ARB4B04 Classical Poetry 4 4 5 ARB4B06 History of literature Paper II 5 4 1
4 ARB4B04 Classical Poetry 4 4 5 ARB4B06 History of literature Paper II 5 4 1
4 ARB4B04 Classical Poetry 4 4 5 ARB4B06 History of literature Paper II 5 4 1
4 ARB4B04 Classical Poetry 4 4 5 ARB4B06 History of literature Paper II 5 4 1

1

2

3

4

4

5

5

5

5

6

6

6

5 4 1 2 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 ARB5B05
5 4 1 2 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 ARB5B05
5 4 1 2 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 ARB5B05

6 ARB5B05

Modern Prose and Poetry (Double main only)

5

4

7 ARB5B08

Grammar & Morphology Paper 1

5

4

8 ARB5D01

Socio – Economic Concept of Islam (Open Course)

3

2

9 ARB5/6B11

Project(Arabic)

­

­

10 ARB6B12

Grammar Rhetorics & Prosody II

5

4

11 ARB6B15

Spoken Arabic (Elective)

3

2

12 ARB5/6 B16

Project(Arabic)

2

4

Project:

BA (Arabic) Single Main periods)

Double Main Arabic Vth Sem. 2 periods

VIth semester (Vth Sem. 2 periods, VIth sem, 2

Code Title of the Course ARB1 A07 Communicative Skills in Arabic ARB2 A08 Translation and

Code

Title of the Course

ARB1 A07

Communicative Skills in Arabic

ARB2 A08

Translation and Communication

ARB3 A09

Literature in Arabic

Teaching

Cred

hour/week

it

4

4

4

4

5

4

Cred hour/week it 4 4 4 4 5 4 ARB4 A10 Culture & Civilization 5 4
Cred hour/week it 4 4 4 4 5 4 ARB4 A10 Culture & Civilization 5 4
Cred hour/week it 4 4 4 4 5 4 ARB4 A10 Culture & Civilization 5 4

ARB4 A10

Culture & Civilization

5 4

hour/week it 4 4 4 4 5 4 ARB4 A10 Culture & Civilization 5 4 Semest
hour/week it 4 4 4 4 5 4 ARB4 A10 Culture & Civilization 5 4 Semest
hour/week it 4 4 4 4 5 4 ARB4 A10 Culture & Civilization 5 4 Semest

Semest

er

1

2

3

4

Outline of the common courses for B.Com. in Arabic (Pattern

2)**

Code

ARB1 A07(1)

ARB2 A08(1)

Code ARB1 A07(1) ARB2 A08(1)

Title of the Course

Teaching

Cred

Semest

hour/week

it

er

Teaching Cred Semest hour/week it er Communicative Skills in Arabic Literature in Arabic 5

Communicative Skills in Arabic

Literature in Arabic

5

4

1

5

4

2

Communicative Skills in Arabic Literature in Arabic 5 4 1 5 4 2

Outline of the common courses for B.Sc. other patterns in Arabic (Pattern 3)***

Code

ARB1

A07

(2)

ARB2

A08

(2)

Code ARB1 A07 (2) ARB2 A08 (2)

Title of the Course

Teaching

Cred

Semest

hour/week

it

er

Teaching Cred Semest hour/week it er Communicative skills in Arabic Literature in Arabic 5

Communicative skills in Arabic

Literature in Arabic

5

4

1

5

4

2

Communicative skills in Arabic Literature in Arabic 5 4 1 5 4 2

Pattern 1*

BA/B.Sc (Languages other than English)

Pattern 2**

B.Com/BBA

Pattern 3*** B.Sc. Other patterns (Language Reduced Pattern)

Outline of the Complementary Courses for B.A. Arabic Language and Literature:

Code

Title of the Course

Teaching

hour/week

Credit

Semester

Code Title of the Course Teaching hour/week Credit Semester 3
Code Title of the Course Teaching hour/week Credit Semester 3
Code Title of the Course Teaching hour/week Credit Semester 3

3

ARB1 C01

ARB1 C02

ARB2 C03

ARB2 C04

ARB3 C05

Indian Writings in Arabic

3

2

1

Tareekhul Islam Paper I

3

2

1

Functional Arabic

3

2

2

Tareekhul Islam Paper II

2

2

1 Tareekhul Islam Paper I 3 2 1 Functional Arabic 3 2 2 Tareekhul Islam Paper
Arabic 3 2 2 Tareekhul Islam Paper II 2 2   Taqafatul Islam wa Hadarathuhu 3
Arabic 3 2 2 Tareekhul Islam Paper II 2 2   Taqafatul Islam wa Hadarathuhu 3
Arabic 3 2 2 Tareekhul Islam Paper II 2 2   Taqafatul Islam wa Hadarathuhu 3
 

Taqafatul Islam wa Hadarathuhu

3

2

3

ARB3 C06

Linguistics

3

2

3

ARB4 C07

Journal Arabic

3

2

4

ARB4 C08

Commercial Arabic

3

2

4

Open Courses (for other disciplines)

Code

ARB5 D01

ARB5 D02

Code ARB5 D01 ARB5 D02

Title of the Course

Teaching

hour/week

Credit

Semester

of the Course Teaching hour/week Credit Semester Socio Economic Concept of Islam 3 4 5 Modern

Socio Economic Concept of Islam

3

4

5

Modern Arab World

3

4

5

Socio Economic Concept of Islam 3 4 5 Modern Arab World 3 4 5

Elective courses (for B.A. Arabic Students)

Teaching Code Title of the Course Credit Semester hour/week
Teaching
Code
Title of the Course
Credit
Semester
hour/week
ARB6 E01 Spoken Arabic ARB6 E02 Contemporary Arab World

ARB6 E01

Spoken Arabic

ARB6 E02

Contemporary Arab World

ARB6 E01 Spoken Arabic ARB6 E02 Contemporary Arab World
ARB6 E01 Spoken Arabic ARB6 E02 Contemporary Arab World 3 2 6 3 2 6

3

2

6

3

2

6

ARB6 E01 Spoken Arabic ARB6 E02 Contemporary Arab World 3 2 6 3 2 6

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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT

BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARABIC (UG)

B.A. Arabic Language and Literature (Single Main) SEMESTER – I

Course

Common I

Course

Code

Common II

English

Course Common I Course Code Common II English Maximum Marks IE* EE** Tota l Title of
Course Common I Course Code Common II English Maximum Marks IE* EE** Tota l Title of

Maximum Marks

IE*

EE**

Tota

l

Title of Paper

Hours

Credits

/Week

English

4 3

 

20

80

100

5

3

20

80

100

l Title of Paper Hours Credits /Week English 4 3   20 80 100 5 3
Common III Core I Comple I Comple II ARB1 A07 ARB1 B01 ARB1 C01 ARB1

Common III

Core I

Comple I

Comple II

ARB1 A07

ARB1 B01

ARB1 C01

ARB1 C02

Communicative Skills in Arabic

Classical Prose

Functional Arabic

Tareekhul Islam Paper I

­Total

Functional Arabic Tareekhul Islam Paper I ­Total 4 4 20 80 100 6 5 20 80
Functional Arabic Tareekhul Islam Paper I ­Total 4 4 20 80 100 6 5 20 80
Functional Arabic Tareekhul Islam Paper I ­Total 4 4 20 80 100 6 5 20 80
Functional Arabic Tareekhul Islam Paper I ­Total 4 4 20 80 100 6 5 20 80
Functional Arabic Tareekhul Islam Paper I ­Total 4 4 20 80 100 6 5 20 80

4

4

20

80

100

6

5

20

80

100

3

­

­

­

­

3

­

­

­

­

25 hrs

15

80

320

400

6 5 20 80 100 3 ­ ­ ­ ­ 3 ­ ­ ­ ­ 25

IE* : Internal Evaluation

EE** : External Evaluation

UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT

BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARABIC (UG)

Common Course

ARB1 A07 Communicative skills in Arabic

Semester

I

Hrs/Week

4

Hrs/Sem

9

Credit

4

Inter.Marks

2

Ext.Marks

80

 

0

0

Module 1. Interpersonal Interaction

Knowing each other

The traveler

The picture

The lunch

Accommodation

Module 2. Situational Conversation I

The Family

Are you sure?

I am a student

The street is crowded

What is your opinion?

Module 3. Situational Conversation II

What is your Hobby?

How to make friends?

Why were you absent?

What do you prefer?

I wake up early

Module 4. General Conversation

When do you go to the College?

How do you feel now?

What's the reason?

A sad news

Now I am a grown up man

(Note: Each chapter is followed by additional exercises for practice)

Prescribed Text Book

:

Muhadasath Youmiyya

Edited by

:

Dr. Mohammed Haneefa. P

Books for reference

:

Al Arabiyya Linnashieen, Part 1 & 2

***

Model Question Paper First Semester BA/B.Sc Degree Examination Common Course ARB1A07– Communicative Skills in Arabic

Marks: 80

Time:

3hrs

II ةيتلاةيتلا ةلئسلاةلئسلا نعنع بجأبجأ ــ 1212 xx 11 // 22 == 66

1. فئاحصفئاحص :: درفملادرفملا بتكابتكا

2. ىفشتسمىفشتسم ::عمجلاعمجلا بتكابتكا

3. بب يفيف نعنع ىلإىلإ)) ىفشتسملاىفشتسملا ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ تبهذتبهذ))

4. نابعللانابعللا نيبعللانيبعللا)) يدانلايدانلا يفيف ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ تيأرتيأر نوبعللانوبعللا))

ةديفمةديفم ةلمجةلمج نوكتلنوكتل تاملكلاتاملكلا بتربتر

5.

هئاقدصأهئاقدصأ ­­ يفيف روزيروزي ناميلسناميلس ءاسملاءاسملا

6. روزتروزت ­­ يفيف اهتاقيدصاهتاقيدص رصعلارصعلا ةمطافةمطاف

7. برشتبرشت ­­ يفيف ءاسملاءاسملا ياشياش ةريمسةريمس

8. لكلك مويموي ريمسريمس أرقيأرقي تلجملاتلجملا

ةعومجملاةعومجملا نمنم ةبيرغلاةبيرغلا ةملكلاةملكلا جرخأجرخأ

9.بتكلابتكلا ­­ ملقلاملقلا تاذيملتلاتاذيملتلا دلولادلولا 10.فظنيفظني ­­ باتكلاباتكلا لسغيلسغي بتكيبتكي

11.أرقيأرقي ­­ ىلإىلإ

12.ليمجليمج عساوعساو دمحمدمحم ديدجديدج

نمنم يفيف

IIII تاداشرلاتاداشرلا بسحبسح يفيف ةيتلاةيتلا نمنم ةرشعةرشع لوحلوح بجأبجأ

1010x2x2 == 2020

13.لاؤسلاؤس دعادعا)) مهردمهرد يفلأبيفلأب بوساحلابوساحلا اذهاذه تيرتشاتيرتشا))

14.لاؤسلاؤس

15.لاؤسلاؤس دعادعا)) يناثلايناثلا رودلارودلا يفيف ةرشعةرشع مقرمقر ةفرغلاةفرغلا يفيف وهوه)) 16.اباوجاباوج دعأدعأ)) ؟ةصحلا؟ةصحلا هذههذه رمتسترمتست ىتمىتم ىلإىلإ))

ةيبرعلاةيبرعلا ىلإىلإ مجرتمجرت::

17.WhereWhere isis ticketticket counter?counter? 18.whatwhat thethe timetime doesdoes thethe planeplane taketake off?off? 19.II wantwant toto seesee informationinformation deskdesk 20.PleasePlease collectcollect youryour money.money. HereHere itit is.is.

ّدّدعأعأ)) ةيبونجلاةيبونجلا ةقطنملاةقطنملا يفيف لريكلريك عقتعقت))

ةيزيلجنلاةيزيلجنلا ىلإىلإ مجرتمجرت::

21.ناحتملاناحتملا يفيف حاجنلاحاجنلا كلكل ىنمتاىنمتا 22.ةكرشلاةكرشلا يفيف ةسدنهمكةسدنهمك لمعتلمعت ةشئاعةشئاع 23.كنبلاكنبلا اذهاذه يفيف اباسحاباسح حتفأحتفأ نأنأ ديرأديرأ 24.ةليمجةليمج ةيلكلاةيلكلا قئادحقئادح

.III.III ةيتلاةيتلا تاعوضوملاتاعوضوملا نمنم ةتسةتس لوحلوح اراوحاراوح دعادعا 66x5x5 == 3030

25.قدنفلاقدنفلا يفيف 26.رورملارورملا ثداوحثداوح 27.ةيلكلاةيلكلا تاناحتماتاناحتما 28.ةعيرسلاةعيرسلا تابجولاتابجولا 29.ةيلكلاةيلكلا ىلإىلإ كرفسكرفس 30.نيزحنيزح ربخربخ 31.ةلضفملاةلضفملا ةمعطلاةمعطلا 32.ريبكريبك لجرلجر نلانلا انأانأ

IV.IV. ةيتلاةيتلا نمنم نينثانينثا لوحلوح ةركذمةركذم بتكابتكا

33.ءاقدصلاءاقدصلا بسكبسك

34.ةلضفملاةلضفملا ةمعطلاةمعطلا

35.تاياوهلاتاياوهلا

36.ةيلكلاةيلكلا

نعنع يتايركذيتايركذ

22 xx 1212 == 2424

UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT

BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARABIC (UG) Core Course ARB1 BO1 Classical Prose

Semeste

I

Hrs/Wee

6

Hrs/Se

10

Credi

5

Inter.Mark

2

Ext.Mark

8

r

k

m

8

t

s

0

s

0

Unit

1

a) Introduction of pre­Islamic period

b) Literature in pre­Islamic period

1. Sura Al Muhminoon

Verses 1­16

2. Sura Al Furqan

Verses 63­77

3. Sura Al Shuaraa

Verses 69­89

4. Sura Al Rum

Verses 20­27

5. Sura Laqman

Verses 12­19

6. Sura Al Hashr

Verses 18­24

Unit

2

Hadith (Selected 25 Hadith)

Unit

3

(Selected Prose lessons)

a)

Al ikvan Al Dahibun – Ali Bin Abi Talib

b)

Kissa ibin awa, Wal Asadwal Himar (Kalila wa dimna)

c)

Kuthubath Al Rasul fi Hajjathil wida

e)

Al Hikam Wal Amtal

Text Book: "Nafidath Ilal Adabil Kilassiki"­ edited by Shafeeq Rehman. P

***

Model question paper FIRST SEMESTER BA DEGREE EXAMINATION Arabic Core Course ARBI B01—CLASSICAL PROSE

Maximum:80marks

­:

ةيتلا ةلئسلا نع بجأ

1. ؟ ناسنلا قلخ ءيش يأ نم

Time: 3hrs

12)

x ½ = 6 )

3.

؟كرشلا نع هنبل نامقل لاقاذام

4. ؟روزلا ةداهشب دارملا ام

5. ؟ءايحلا ةقيقح يه ام

6. ؟قدصلا يدهي ءيش يأ ىلا

7. ؟ناميلا فعضأ وه ام

8. ؟لامعلا هب ربتعي يذلا ساسلا وه ام

9. ؟ يلهاجلا رصعلا يف ةروهشملا قاوسلا مسا ركذا

10. ؟(ص) لوسرلا رعاشب روهشملا نم

11. ؟ملسلا لبقام ةرتف ىمست مسا يأب

12. ؟(ص) يبنلا نم نآرقلا عمس نم لوأ نم

­: نيتلمج يف ةيتلا نم ةرشع لوح بجأ

10)x2=20)

13. ؟ داهجلا لضف وهام

14. ؟يه ام نازيملا يف ناتليقث ناتملك

15. ؟مهلاومأ نمحرلا دابع قفني فيك

16. ؟داهجلا لضف وه ام

17. ؟تاقلعملا باحصأ نم ةعبرأ بتكا

18. ؟دسلل ءابطلا تركذ ام

19. ؟ قفانملا ةيآ يه ام

20. ؟ رانلا باحصأ و ةنجلا باحصأ نيب قرفلا ام

21. ؟مهسفنأ نم جاوزلا هللا قلخ مل

22. ؟هيدلاوب ناسنلا هللا هب يصوي اذام

23. ؟عادولا ةجح ةبطخ يف ءاسنلا نع لوسرلا لاق اذ ام

24. ؟ناوخلا كئلوأ نم. نوبهاذلا يناوخا كئلوأ

: ةيتلا نم ةتس نع ةركذم بتكا

6x5=30)

)

25. هنبل نامقل اياصو .

26. مورلا ةروس يف تأرقام ءوض ىلع ناسنلا ىلع ىلاعت هللا معن

27. ةقدصلا ةيمهأ

28. نونمؤملا" ةروس يف نينمؤملا هللا اهب فصو يتلا فاصولا".

29. ملسلا لبق برعلا ةايح.

30. هراثآو (ر) بلاط يبأ نب يلع ةايح.

31. ملعلا بلط لضف .

: ةيتلا نم نينثل ةلاقم دعأ

2)

x

12=24)

33. يلهاجلا رصعلا يف بدلا .

34. نمحرلا دابع تافص.

35. ملسلا يف ثيدحلا ةناكم.

36. ملسملا ىلع ملسملا قوقح.

***

UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT

BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARABIC (UG)

Complementary Course

ARBI C01 Functional Arabic

Semeste

I

Hrs/Wee