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DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

Hours

Credits

the Paper

Code

I

11GT1GS01

Tamil

5

3

II

11GE1GS01

English

6

3

III

11EL1MC01

The Age of Shakespeare and Milton

5

4

III

11EL1MC02

The Age of Dryden and Pope

5

4

III

11EL1AC01

Functional Grammar and Correct Usage-1

5

5

IV

11CA1SK01

Fundamentals of Computer and Office Automation - I

2

2

IV

11CA1SK02

Office Automation Lab - I

1+1

2

IV

11FC1GS01

Value Education and Personality Development

I

Title of

Part

Sem

U.G. COURSE PATTERN (2011-2014)

Total

1 30+ 1 5

23

I

11GT2GS02

Tamil

II

11GE2GS02

English

6

3

III

11EL2MC03

The Age of Doctor Johnson

5

4

III

11EL2MC04

The Age of Wordsworth

5

4

III

11EL2AC02

Functional Grammar and Correct Usage –II

5

5

IV

11CA2SK03

Fundamentals of Computer and Office Automation – II

2

2

IV

11CA2SK04

Office Automation Lab - II

1+1

2

IV

11FC2GS01

Value Education and Personality Development Total

1

1

30+ 1

24

II

1

3

Hours

Credits

11GT3GS03

Tamil

5

3

II

11GE3GS03

English

6

3

III

11EL3MC05

The Age of Tennyson

7

5

III

11EL3AC03

History of English Literature-I

5

5

IV

11EL3SK05

Spoken English

2

2

IV

11EL3NE01

English for Competitive

2

1

Paper

Code

Title of the

Part

Sem III

I

Examinations IV

11ES3GS01

Environmental Studies

2

2

IV

11FC3GS02

Bioethics and Human Rights

1

-

30

21

Total

IV

I

11GT4GS04

Tamil

5

3

II

11GE4GS04

English

6

3

III

11EL4MC06

American Literature

5

4

III

11EL4MC07

Literary Forms

4

3

III

11EL4AC04

History of English Literature-II

5

5

IV

11EL4SK06

Written English

2

2

IV

11EL4NE02

Functional English

2

1

IV

11FC4GS02

Bioethics and Human Rights

1

1

Total

30

22

2

Credits

Twentieth Century

Hours

the Paper

Code 11EL5MC08

Title of

Part

Sem

III

7

5

Literature

V

III

11EL5MC09

Commonwealth Literature

6

5

III

11EL5MC10

Women’s Writing

6

4

III

11EL5MC11

Indian Writing in English

6

4

III

11EL5CE1A/

English Language Teaching/

11EL5CE1B

Human Rights Literature

5

5

30

23

Total III

11EL6MC12

Shakespeare

7

5

III

11EL6MC13

Literary Criticism

7

5

III

11EL6MC14

World Literature in

6

4

5

5

5

5

30

24

Translation VI

III

III

11EL6CE2A/

Journalism/

11EL6CE2B

Objective General English

11EL6CE3A/

Introduction to Phonetics/

11EL6CE3B

Research Methodology Total

IIV IV

11NP4GS01 V V

11EX5GS01

NSS/ NCC/Physical Education

2

Extension

1

–V

Total +2 hours outside regular hours.

3

180+ 2

140

TESTING AND EVALUATION (UG) Evaluation of students is based on both Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) and the Semester Examination (SE) held at the end of each semester. The distribution of marks is indicated below Continuous Internal Assessment 40%

Semester Examination 60%

Theory (SBE / NME /ES)

50%

50%

Practicals

50%

50%

Projects

50%

50%

Course Theory

Total Marks and duration for Mid/End Semester Test Courses UG -Theory Courses UG -Theory (NME / SBE / FC / ES)

Total Marks 30

Duration

20

1 hr

2 hrs

1. Continuous Internal Assessment (Theory) Continuous Assessment will be carried out by the course Components

Marks

Test –I

30

Test –II

30

Seminar/Quiz

10

Assignment

05

Attendance

05 Total

80

teachers. The components of CIA are as follows:

4

The total internal marks obtained for 80 will be converted into marks obtained for 40. Continuous Internal Assessment for -Skill based Electives, Non-Major Electives & Environmental Studies The following is the components of internal assessment for theory papers Components

Marks

Test I

20

Test II

20

Quiz/Report

10 Total

50

The following is the components of internal assessment for Practical papers of Skill based Electives and Non-Major Electives Components

Marks

Practical/ Test I

25

Practical/ Test II

25

Total

50

5

4. CIA for Foundation Courses The foundation courses have only CIA. It has no Semester examination. Every student has to undergo two courses under Foundation course programme. Each course is evaluated semester wise as shown below and the credit is awarded at the end of first

Participation in class activities

Total

I

40

5

5

50

II

40

5

5

50

III

40

5

5

50

IV

40

5

5

50

Total on completion of course

Assignment

II

Test II

I

Sem.

Year

and the second year.

100

100

Question pattern for Semester Examination in Common Skill based Elective papers (Computer Applications -STREAM C) PART

Question Type

Marks

A

One word answer type -twenty questions Short answer type- 15 questions out of twenty (15x2) Total

20

B

6

30 50

Internal Question pattern for Common Skill based Elective Courses (Computer Application) STREAM C PART

Question Type

Marks

B

One word answer type- Ten (10x1)

10

C

Short answer type -5 questions out of seven (5x2) Total

10 20

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60

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9

ENGLISH- I Semester- I

Hours-6

Code - 11GE1GS01

Credits- 3

LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE- I OBJECTIVE: To impart effective communication skills to the learners UNIT I: Prose

(2hours)

1.

TV as Babysitter

- Jerzy Kosinski

2.

Pele’s Thousandth Goal

-

3.

The Romance of a Busy Broker -

Pele with R.L.Fish O.Henry

UNIT II: Short Story (Unit-I &Unit-II)

(1 hour)

1.

The Man from Kabul - Rabindranath Tagore

2.

Karma

- Khushant Singh

3.

The Image

- R. K. Narayan

UNIT III: Vocabulary from Unit I 1.

Antonyms

2.

Synonyms

UNIT IV: Grammar

(2 hours)

1.

Articles

2.

Subject Verb Agreement

3.

Tenses

4.

Tag Questions

UNIT V: Composition (General)

(1 hour)

1.

Giving a story for Comprehension

2.

Re-arranging

the

jumbled

sentences

coherence. (General note not from the text)

10

in

logical

COURSE TEXTS: 

“English Prose Selections”- Dr. K. Gunasekaran, New Century Book House Ltd, Chennai.



“Frozen Moments”-A Collection of Short Stories by T. Murugavel, Scitech Publications (India)PVT. Ltd, Chennai.

11

LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE- I- QUESTION PATTERN-11GE1GS01 Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60

UNIT I : Prose i.

Choose the right answer

ii.

One paragraph out of three

iii. One essay out of three

10 x 1=10 1 x5 =5 1x 10=10

UNIT II : Short Story iv. One short essay out of three

1 x5=5

UNIT III: Vocabulary from Unit I v.

Antonyms

5 x ½ =2 ½

vi. Synonyms

5 x ½ =2 ½

UNIT IV : Grammar vii. Articles (fill in the blanks with appropriate articles) 5 x ½ =2 ½ viii. Subject Verb Agreement(fill in the blanks with appropriate Forms of verbs)

5 x 1 =5

ix. Tenses (fill in the blanks with appropriate Tenses) 5 x 1 =5 x.

Tag Questions(fill in the blanks with appropriate tags) 5 x ½ =2 ½

UNIT V: Composition (General) xi. Read the passage and answer the question given below (any Passage)

5x 1=5

xii Arrange the jumbled sentences in to a logically coherent paragraph

5 x 1= 5

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THE AGE OF SHAKESPEARE AND MILTON Semester: I

Hours: 5

Code:

Credits: 4

11EL1MC01

OBJECTIVE: To enable the students to understand, analyse and appreciate literary texts in various genres written in the Age of Shakespeare and Milton. UNIT I: – POETRY (detailed) Milton

-

(1 hour)

Paradise Lost Book IV (lines 1- 410)

UNIT II: (Non-detailed) Ben Jonson

(1 hour) - To Celia

Edmund Spenser -

Epithalamion (Lines 92-109) (My love is now your Ecchoring)

George Herbert

Virtue (From “Harmony to

-

Harmony”. ed. E.F. Dodd) UNIT III: – PROSE (detailed) Bacon

(1 hour)

-

Of Beauty

-

Of Travel

UNIT IV: (Non-detailed) Bacon

(1 hour) -

Of Revenge

-

Of Expense

UNIT V: DRAMA (Non-detailed) Christopher Marlowe

-

(1 hour) Edward II

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: 1.

Faber Book of Modern Verse - Donald Hall

2.

Fifteen Poets-ed. John Brown, Oxford University Press, Calcutta

13

THE AGE OF SHAKESPEARE AND MILTON-11EL1MC01- QUESTION PATTERN

Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60 Part A

Choose the best answer (From Detailed texts Units I & III ) 10x1=10 Part B Annotations – Answering the questions given below.

2x5=10

(Answer any two out of three from Units I &III)

Part C Answer any two out of three in a paragraph of 100 words each. 2x 5=10 (From Detailed and non detailed prose and poetry)

Part D Answer any three questions with out omitting any section in an essay of 400 words each

3 x 10 =30

Section A: Three questions from texts for detailed study Section B : Three questions from Texts for Non – detailed Study

14

THE AGE OF DRYDEN AND POPE Semester: I

Hours: 5

Code:

Credits: 4

11EL1MC02

OBJECTIVE To enable the students to understand, analyze and appreciate literary texts in various genres written in the Age of Dryden and Pope. UNIT I: POETRY (Detailed)

(1 hour)

Alexander Pope

-

Ode to Solitude

Dryden-

-

Alexander’s Feast

UNIT II: POETRY (non-detailed)

(1 hour)

Oliver Goldsmith - The Deserted Village UNIT III: PROSE (detailed) Joseph Addison

(1 hour)

-

Sir Roger at Church. The Spectator’s Account of Himself. Sir Roger at Theatre

UNIT IV: PROSE (non-detailed) Richard Steele

(1 hour)

– On the Shame and Fear of Poverty.

Sir Roger’s Ancestors. UNIT V: FICTION (non-detailed)

(1 hour)

Daniel Defoe –Robinson Crusoe BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Boulton, Morjorie, The Anatomy of Poetry. New Delhi; Kalyani Publishers, 1979. Mints, William, A Manual of English Prose Literature. New Delhi; Atlantic Publishers and Distributors, 1995.

15

THE AGE OF DRYDEN AND POPE- 11EL1MC02QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60 Part A

Choose the best answer (From Detailed texts Units I & III ) 10x1=10 Part B Annotations – Answering the questions given below. 2x5=10 (Answer any two out of three from Units I &III) Part C Answer any two out of three in a paragraph of 100 words each 2x 5=10 (From Detailed and non detailed prose and poetry) Part D Answer any three questions with out omitting any section in an essay of 400 words each

3 x 10 =30

Section A: Three questions from texts for detailed study Section B : Three questions from Texts for Non –detailed Study

16

FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR AND CORRECT USAGE- I Semester: I

Hours: 5

Code: 11EL1AC01

Credits: 5

OBJECTIVES: 

To enable the learners to apply grammatical knowledge in spoken English and written English



To help the students acquire knowledge of the grammatical structure.

UNIT I:

VOCABULARY

(1 hour)

Word formation, Derivatives Prefixes and Suffixes Synonyms Antonyms One Word Substitution UNIT II: SENTENCE STRUCTURE

(1 hour)

The Sentence Types of Sentences (Assertive, Negative, Interrogative, Imperative & Exclamatory) Sentence Patterns and Structure UNIT III: USAGE OF GRAMMAR (Units III & V) 1 hour Articles, Conjunctions UNIT IV :

CORRECT USAGES

(2 hours)

Use of tense, concord or Agreement Active & Passive voice UNIT V: SPOKEN ENGLISH Introduction to sounds of vowels and consonants Dialogue -Writing

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TEXT BOOK: 1.

Contemporary

English

Grammar,

Structures

and

Composition, David, Green Macmillan India Limited. 2.

Macmillan Grammar A Hand book A. E. Augustine, K. V. Joseph Macmillan India Limited

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: 1.

A Practical English Grammar Thomson A. J. and Martinet A.J Oxford University press

2.

Spoken English for you (G. Radhakrisna Pillai) Emerald publishers L.Rajeevan & Bhaskaran Nair).

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FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR AND CORRECT USAGE-I11EL1AC01 QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60

I.

15x1=15

Vocabulary from Unit I

(page nos.from 242-254 from Contemporary English Grammar Sturctures and Composition ed. by David Green ) II.

Rewrite as directed from units II & IV

10 x 1=10

III.

Fill in the blanks from units I & III

10 x 1=10

IV.

Identification of Symbols and giving examples from unitV (5 out of 8)

V.

VI.

5

Write short notes on any two of four given (from Units III & IV)

2 x 5 =10

Dialogue Writing

10

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SKILL BASED ELECTIVE FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS AND OFFICE AUTOMATION – I (STREAM C) (For students of Zoology, Tamil, English and History) Semester: I

Hours : 2

Code: 11CA1SK01

Credits : 2

Unit I: COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS Windows: Definition, Desktop, taskbar, Utilities, Windows Objects. UNIT II: MS WORD Introduction to MS Word: Starting word, Window Layout File menu: Opening and Closing a document, saving a document, page setup, printing a document Edit Menu: Undo, Redo, Cut, Copy, and paste, Go to Find and Replace. UNIT III: MS WORD View Menu: Ruler, Tab Setting, Toolbars, and footer Insert Menu: Page break Format Menu: Font Setting, Paragraph Formatting, Left Align, Rights Align, Justify Bullets and Numbering Tools Menu:

Spell check and grammar, Using Autocorrect, Thesaurus, Adding chart into word using insert object menu.

UNIT IV: MS WORD Table Menu: Creating a table, Inserting and Deleting rows and columns, Table Auto format.

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UNIT V: MS POWER POINT Introduction to PowerPoint, Starting PowerPoint, Window Layout, Slide, Creating a presentation using AutoContent Wizard, creating a presentation using Template, Creating a Blank presentation, transition Effects, Animation Effects, Saving a presentation. TEXT BOOK: Helen Chandra P. (2008) Fundamentals of computers and Office Automation, 2nd edition

21

SKILL BASED ELECTIVE OFFICE AUTOMATION LAB-I (STREAM C) (For students of Zoology, Tamil, English and History) Semester I

Hours : 2

Code:11CA1SK02

Credits : 2

MS WORD: 1.

Text Formatting.

2.

Applying page borders and numbering and Bulleting.

3.

Table Creation and Manipulation

4.

Creating Advertisement using Drawing tools.

5.

Creating Organizational Chart.

MS POWER POINT: 1.

Graphical output to introduce yourself (Theme – based with Animation Effects)

2.

Graphical Output to introduce your Department

3.

Graphical Output to introduce your college

4.

Graphical Output to introduce the products of a company.

22

FOUNDATION COURSE VALUE EDUCATION & PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Semester : I & II

Credits: 1

Code : 11FC1GS01,11FC2GS01

Hours : 1

UNIT I: BASIC VALUES

(3 hours)

Forgiveness, Humility, Obedience, Understanding, Love, Freedom, Sense of humour UNIT II: VALUE ASSESSMENT EXERCISES (8 hours) 1. The gift you are, 2. Family conflict – A role play 3. Social changes I dream of 4.Value scramble, 5.Breaking out 6. Your career and your values 7. Who is a true friend? UNIT III: GREAT PERSONALITIES

(4 hours)

Helen Keller Mother Teresa Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Francis of Assisi UNIT IV: DISCOVERING SELF

(5 hours)

Self disclosure, Self analysis, Self esteem, Self acceptance, Self awareness, Self reflection – Overcoming inferiority complex - Emotional Intelligence UNIT V: TIME MANAGEMENT & ART OF CONCENTRATION ( 6 hours) Listening- Enhancing memory power: Tips & Techniques for memory retention, Characteristics of time- Time murderers- Time saving: Tips, benefits – Invest and take interest out of time UNIT VI : Healthy Personalities

23

(4 hours)

Characteristics of Healthy Personalities – causes of Healthy Personalities- Predictable ages for personality health TEXT: Value Education & Personality Development:

Study

material compiled by the Department (English & Tamil versions) BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: 1.

Elizabeth B.Hurlock - Personality development, TMH Publications, New Delhi (2004)

2.

Fr. Felix Koikara

- Live your values

3.

A.R. John

- your life is beautiful- Jnanam

(www.jnanam.org) Pune

Website for Reference:

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www.cseindia.org

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LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE- II Semester : II

Credits: 3

Code

Hours : 6

: 11GE2GS02

OBJECTIVE: To impart effective communication skills to the learners Unit I: PROSE

(2 hours)

1.

Tolstoy and the Youth - Mahathma Gandhi

2.

How to be a Doctor

- Stephen Leacock

3.

The Tree Speaks

- C.Rajagopalachari

Unit II: SHORT STORY

(1 hour)

1.

The Necklace

- Guy De Maupassant

2.

The Cop and the Anthem – O’ Henry

Unit III: ONE ACT PLAYS 1.

The Never Never Nest - Cedric Mount

Unit IV: GRAMMAR

(2 hours)

1.

Preposition

2. 3.

Speech Framing Questions, Negatives

4.

Conditionals

Unit V: COMPOSITION

(1 hour)

1.

Report the given dialogue

2.

Interpretation of Advertisement and Tables. (In the form of Questions & Answers)

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COURSE TEXT: 

“English Prose Selections”- Dr. K. Gunasekaran, New Century Book House Ltd, Chennai.



“Frozen Moments”-A Collection of Short Stories by T. Murugavel, Scitech Publications (India) PVT. Ltd, Chennai.

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LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE- II 11GE2GS02 QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60

UNIT I: i.

Choose the right answer

ii.

One paragraph out of three

iii. One essay out of three

10 x 1=10 1 x5 =5 1x 10=10

UNIT II: iv. One short essay out of two

1 x5=5

UNIT III: v. One short essay out of two

1 x5=5

UNIT IV: vi. Preposition(fill in the blanks with the correct answers given in brackets)

3 x 1= 3

vii. Direct and Indirect speech (rewrite the following as instructed)

2 x 1=2

viii. Framing questions (change the following statements into questions)

3 x 1= 3

ix. Forming negatives (rewrite the following statements as negatives)

3x 1=3

x. Conditionals (fill in the blanks in the following conditional sentences with suitable verbs) 4 x 1=4 UNIT V: xi. Report the dialogue given

1 x 5 =5

xii. Interpretation of advertisements and tables (Answer the questions given below the advertisement/ table) 1 x 5 =5

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THE AGE OF DOCTOR JOHNSON Semester: II

Hours: 5

Code: 11EL2MC03

Credits: 4

OBJECTIVE: To introduce the students to the Eighteenth Century English Literature UNIT I: POETRY- (detailed)

(1 hour)

William Cowper – On the Receipt of my Mother’s Picture Thomas Gray

– Hymn to Adversity

UNIT II: POETRY (non -detailed)

(1 hour)

Blake –The Lamb, The Tiger The Chimney Sweeper UNIT III: PROSE- (detailed)

(1 hour)

Oliver Goldsmith –City Night Peace An Election Described PROSE – (non- detailed) Johnson –Preface to Shakespeare (Paras 1-24) UNIT IV: DRAMA- (non-detailed)

(1 hour)

Sheridan -The Rivals UNIT V: FICTION- (non-detailed)

(1 hour)

Goldsmith –The Vicar of Wakefield BOOKS FOR REFERENCE 1.

*Boulton, Marjorie. The Anatomy of Poetry . New Delhi Kalani Publishers and Distributions ,1995.

2.

*Minto William .A Manual of English Prose Literature. Atlantic Publishers and Distributions ,1995.

3.

*Boulton ,Marjorie .The Anatomy of the Novel . London ;Roultedge and Kegan Paul ,1984.

4.

*Peacock ,R. The Art of Drama. London ;1951.

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THE AGE OF DOCTOR JOHNSON - 11EL2MC03 QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60 Part A

Choose the best answer (From Detailed texts Units I & III ) 10x1=10 Part B Annotations – Answering the questions given below. 2x5=10 (Answer any two out of three from Units I &III) Part C Answer any two out of three in a paragraph of 100 words each 2x 5=10 (from units I & III) Part D Answer any three questions with out omitting any section in an essay of 400 words each

3 x 10 =30

Section A: Three questions from texts for detailed study Section B : Three questions from Texts for Non –detailed Study

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THE AGE OF WORDSWORTH Semester- II

Hours-5

Code

Credits- 4

- 11EL2MC04

OBJECTIVES:  To give an over-all knowledge to the students about the different genres and writers of the Age . 

To enable the students to appreciate different styles of poetry, prose and fiction of this literary age.

UNIT I: POETRY- (detailed)

(1 hour)

1.

Wordsworth - Tintern Abbey.

2.

Shelley

- Ode to a Skylark.

3.

Keats

- Ode on a Grecian Urn.

UNIT II: POETRY- (non-detailed) 1. Coleridge

- Kubla Khan.

2. Byron

- Stanzas for Music.

3.

- Ozymandias.

Shelley

UNIT III: PROSE- (detailed)

(1 hour)

(1 hour)

– 1. Dream Children- A Reverie.

1. Charles Lamb

2. Dissertation upon Roast Pig 3. All Fool’s Day UNIT IV: PROSE-(non-detailed)

(1 hour)

William Hazlitt - The Fight UNIT V: FICTION- (non-detailed) Jane Austen

(1 hour)

- Pride and Prejudice

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE FOR POETRY: 1.

Barber, Charles. Poetry in English: An Introduction. London: The Macmillan Press Ltd., 1983.

2.

Boulton, Morjorie. The Anatomy of Poetry. New Delhi: Kalyani Publishers, 1979.

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3.

Perrine, Laurence. Sound and Sense. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanvich, Inc., 1987.

4.

Coombes, H. Literature and Criticism. New York: Penguin Books Ltd., 1980.

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE FOR PROSE: 1.

Lewin, Gerald. Prose Models. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Inc., 1964.

2.

Mayne, Andrew and John Shuttleworth. Considering Prose. London: Hodder and Stongton, 1998.

3.

Minto, William. A Manual of English Prose Literature. New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers and Distributors, 1995.

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE FOR FICTION: 1.

Jeremy, Hawthorn(ed.) The Nineteenth- Century British Novel. London: Edward Arnold,1986.

2.

Lubboch, Percy. The Craft of Fiction. New Delhi B.I. Publications, 1973.

3.

Forster ,E.M. Aspects of the Novel. London: Edward Arnold, 1927.

4.

Boulton, Marjorie. The Anatomy of the Novel. London : Roultedge And Kegan Paul, 1984.

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THE AGE OF WORDSWORTH- 11EL2MC04 QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60 Part A

Choose the best answer (From detailed texts Units I & III ) 10x1=10 Part B Annotations – Answering the questions given below. 2x5=10 (Answer any two out of three from Units I &III) Part C Answer any two out of three in a paragraph of 100 words each 2x 5=10 Part D Answer any three questions with out omitting any section in an essay of 400 words each (from units I & III)

3 x 10 =30

Section A: Three questions from texts for detailed study Section B : Three questions from Texts for Non –detailed Study

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FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR AND CORRECT USAGE-II Semester: II

Hours: 5

Code: 11EL2AC02

Credits: 5

OBJECTIVES: 

To make the study of grammar appealing and interesting to young students.



To teach basic structures and useful sentence patterns both literary and conversational.



To enable the students to acquire the linguistic skills necessary for using certain patterns of expression in their everyday speech and writing.

UNIT I: Functional Grammar and Usage

(1 hour)

1. Parts of speech 2. Non- Finites 3. Modal Auxiliaries UNIT II: Correct Usage

(1 hour)

1.

Correct usage of certain prepositions.

2.

Correct usage of some adjectives.

3.

Correct usage of adverbs.

4.

Correct usage of tenses.

UNIT III : Sentence Structures 1.

Phrases.

2.

Clauses.

3.

Synthesis of sentences.

UNIT IV: Vocabulary

(1 hour)

1.

Homonyms (50 words) (List attached)

2.

Idioms and phrases (50 nos.) (List attached)

UNIT V: Spoken English 1.

(1 hour)

(1 hour)

Phonetic transcription (mono to poly-syllabic words)

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2.

Stress and Intonation.

3.

Group discussion.

COURSE TEXT: 1.

Active English Grammar and Composition. “Editorial Board of Macmillan India Ltd.”

REFERENCE BOOKS: o

P.V. Dhamija Improve your English, A Remedial Course in English Usage and Composition, 1991

o

Thomas Elliott Berry, The Most Common Mistakes in English usage, 1996

o

Sharad Rajith Wale, Introduction to English Phonetics, Phonology and Morphology, 1997

o

Nigel Turton. ABC of Common Grammatical Errors 1995

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`HOMONYMS 1. Adapt, Adept

2. Altar, Alter

3. Apposite, Opposite

4. Ark, Arc

5. Artist, Artiste

6. Assent, Ascent

7. Aught, Ought

8. Bale, Bail

9. Bare, Bear

10. Beach, Beech

11. Beside, Besides

12. Berth, Birth

13. Born, Borne

14. Borrow, Burrow

15. Bough, Bow

16. Brake, Break

17. Calendar, Calender

18. Cannon, Canon

19. Canvas, Canvass

20. Capital, Capitol

21. Career, Carcer

22.Cast, Caste

23. Cease, Seize

24. Ceiling, Sealing

25. Cell, Sell

26. Censer, Censor

27. Cession, Session

28. Check, Cheque

29. Cite, Site

30. Coarse, Course

31. Comity, Committee

32. Complement, Compliment

33. Confidant, Confident

34. Confirm, Conform

35. Corps, Corpse

36. Corporal, Corporeal

37. Council, Counsel

38. Dam, Damn

39. Decease, Disease

40. Decent, Descent

41. Deference, Difference

42. Dependent, Dependant

43. Depositary, Depository

44. Fain, Feign

45. Feat, Feet

46. Human, Humane

47. Loose, Lose

48. Practice, Practise

49. Principal, Principle

50.Roll, Role

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IDIOMS AND PHRASES 

Apple-pie order



At one’s wit’s end



At sixes and sevens



(To) beat about the bush



Bird’s eye-view



Blow hot and cold



Beat black and blue



Bull in a china shop



burn one’s fingers



Bear the brunt of



Bolt from the blue



Be taken aback



Bad-blood



Cock-and-bull story



Dark horse



(A) feather one’s nest



(To) grease the palm of



Head and shoulders above



Keep abreast of



(The) last straw



Make both ends meet



Out of the woods



Turn deaf ear to



wild goose chase



wash one’s hands off

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FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR AND CORRECT USAGE-II11EL2AC02 QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60



Write short notes from unit I (2 out of four)

2 x 5 = 10



Correcting errors from unit II

10 x 1=10



Rewrite as directed from units II& III

10 x 1=10



Fill-in the blanks with suitable verb forms

5x1 =5



Fill in the blanks from unit IV a.

Homonyms

5

b.

Idioms & Phrases

5



Transcription of mono, disyllabic words

3



Mark Stress and Intonation of the following

2



Write a group discussion on any one of the given topic(3 topics) 10 x 1= 10

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SKILL BASED ELECTIVE FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS AND OFFICE AUTOMATION – II (STREAM C) (For students of Zoology, Tamil, English and History) Semester : II

Credits: 2

Code

Hours : 2

: 11CA2SK03

UNIT I: MS EXCEL Introduction to Excel, Window Layout, Working with Worksheet, Entering data into cells, moving and Copying cell contents, printing a Worksheet. UNIT II: Formatting Worksheets, Alignment of cell contents, working with Fonts, Borders and cell, using Functions, Creating a chart. – types of chart – creating Web HTML Programmes. UNIT III: Introduction to Access, Database, Relational Database, Creating Tables, Setting Relationship, Queries. UNIT IV: FORMS AND REPORTS UNIT V: INTERNET Compute Networks – Internet, Internet Services, Search Techniques, Chatting, Email with attachments, Internet Explorers – Computer malvaners. TEXT BOOK: Helen Chandra P. (2008) Fundamentals of computers and Office Automation, 2nd edition

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SKILL BASED ELECTIVE OFFICE AUTOMATION LAB -II (STREAM C) (For students of Zoology, Tamil, English and History) Semester : II

Credits: 2

Code

Hours : 2

: 11CA2SK04

MS EXCEL: 1.

Functions a.

Mathematical

b.

Statistical

c.

IF

2.

Sort Names and numbers

3.

Mark Sheet Preparation

4.

Sales Analysis using Chart

5.

Create graphs for the given input

MS ACCESS: 1.

Database Creation – Employees Table, Student table.

2.

Mark Sheet Preparation using Student Table (Using Queries)

3.

Payroll Processing using Employee Table (using Queries)

4.

For and Reports Creation.

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3.

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(15 Hrs.)

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PART II ENGLISH LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE-III Semester: III

Credits: 3

Code

Hours : 6

: 11GE3GS03

OBJECTIVE: To promote competency in language skills. Unit I : Prose

(20 hours)

1. England - Rabindranath Tagore 2. Bookshop Memories - George Orwell 3. On Marriage

-

Ernest Barker

Unit II: Poetry

(20 hours)

1. Let me Not to the Marriage of True Minds William Shakespeare 2. Sonnet on His Blindness - John Milton 3. Lines Written in Early Spring - William Wordsworth Unit III: Tales

(20 hours)

1. Taming of the Shrew 2. Julius Caesar Unit IV: Spoken English

(15 hours )

1. Greeting 2. Introducing 3. Making Request 4. Seeking Permission 5. Expressing Gratitude 6. Complementing /Congratulating Unit V :

(15 hours)

1.

Letter Writing

2.

Application for Job with resume

(teacher / clerk /

computer programmer / manager / receptionist) Letters of Complaint 3.

Message Writing

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COURSE BOOKS: 1.

K. P. K. Menon, “Prose in Practice’, Macmillan India Limited, Chennai, 2005

2.

K. Natarajan, ‘Musical Thought’, New Century Book House Ltd., Chennai, 2009.

3.

E.F. Dodd. B. A, ‘Six Tales from Shakespeare’ Macmillan India Ltd, Chennai, 2008

4.

G. Radhakrishna Pillai & K. Rajeevan, ‘Spoken English For You’, Emerald Publishers, Chennai,2008.

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QUESTION PATTERN PART II ENGLISH LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE-III - 11GE3GS03 Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60

UNIT I: i) Choose the right answer.

10x1=10

ii) One Essay out of three.

1x10=10

UNIT II: iii) One Essay out of three.

1 x10 =10

UNIT III: iv) Two paragraphs out of three

2 x 5=10

UNIT IV: v) Match the Expressions with the functions of language 5x1=5 vi) Make responses to the given expressions 5x1=5 UNIT V: vii) Letter writing

1 x 5 =5

viii) Writing message

1 x5 =5

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THE AGE OF TENNYSON Semester: III

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 7

: 11EL3MC03

OBJECTIVES: To introduce the students to the literature of the age of Tennyson To enable the students to comprehend and appreciate the literary pieces of the important writers of the Age UNIT I: Poetry - Detailed

(25 hours)

Robert Browning



My Last Duchess

Alfred Lord Tennyson



Ulysses

Matthew Arnold



Forsaken Merman

Thomas Hardy



Darkling Thrush

UNIT II: Poetry -Non Detailed

(20 hours)

Elizabeth Barrett Browning -

1. ‘How do I love thee? 2. Let me count the ways’

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

-

The Blessed Damozel

Alfred Noyes

-

The Highway Man

UNIT III: Prose -Detailed

(20 hours)

Matthew Arnold

-

Essay on Wordsworth (Pages 73-96)

UNIT IV: Drama-Non-Detailed Oscar Wilde -

(20 hours) -

The Importance of Being Earnest’

UNIT V: Fiction -Non-Detailed George Eliot

(20 hours) -

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Silas Marner

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: David Green, ‘The Winged Word- an Anthology od course’ Macmillan Publishers India Limited, Chennai - 1974 C. T. Thomas, ‘Twentieth Century Verse- An AngloAmerican Anthology-Macmillan Publishers India Ltd., Chennai - 1979 Board of Editors Oxford University Press ‘Fifteen PoetsChaucer to Matthew Arnold’ 1941.

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THE AGE OF TENNYSON - IIEL3MCO5 QUESTION PATTERN Hours 3 hrs

Marks 60 Part A

Choose the best answer (From detailed poetry and prose) (10 X1=10) Part B Annotations (Answer the questions given below) Answer any two out of three from detailed prose and poetry units I & III

(2 X 5=10)

Part C Answer any two in about 200 words out of three from detailed and non- detailed prose and poetry

(2 X 5=10)

Part D Answer any three essays not omitting any section in 400 words each 3 x10=30) Section A detailed -3 questions Section B Non – detailed-3 questions

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HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE – I Semester: III

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 5

: 11EL3AC03

OBJECTIVES: -

To

unfold

the

progressive

revelation

of

the

evolutionary growth of English Literature in the chronological method of history -

To study various trends in the genres of literature

-

To understand the relationship between individuals, groups and movements

-

To expose the factors that affect literature

UNIT I:

(15 hours) 1. English Literature before Chaucer (500 – 1340). 2. The Age of Chaucer (1340-1400). 3. From Chaucer to ‘Tottel’s Miscellany’ (1400-1557). 4. The Development of the Drama to 1561.

UNIT II :

(15 hours)

1. The Age of Shakespeare (1558-1625). Verse. 2. The Age of Shakespeare. The Drama. 3. The Age of Shakespeare. Prose. UNIT III:

(15 hours)

1. The Age of Milton (1625-1660). Milton. 2. The Age of Milton. Other Poets and Prose Writers. UNIT IV:

(15 hours)

1. The Age of Dryden (1660-1700). Verse 2. The Age of Dryden. Prose and the Drama 3. The Age of Pope(1700-1745). Verse. 4. The Age of Pope. Prose and the Drama.

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UNIT V

(15 hours) 1. The Age of Johnson (1745-1798). General Prose. 2. The Age of Johnson. The Novel. 3. The Age of Johnson. Verse.

COURSE BOOK: W.H.Hudson, An Outline History of English Literature, B. I. Publications Pvt. Ltd, 2009 BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: I for Evans, A Short History of English Literature, Penguin Publishers Bernard Bergonzi Books, 1967. K.R Rama Chandra Nair, The History of English Literature emerald Publishers, 2010 Albert. E. A History of English Literature Oxford University Press, Delhi1 1975

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HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITRATURE I- 11EL3AC03 PART A I Multiple Choice Questions: 1.

Beowulf grew up in the form of ____ before it was compiled into an epic. a) ballads

b) lyrics

c) sonnets

2. The pilgrims with Chaucer were going to the shrine of ____ a) St. Agnes at Canterbury

b) St. Lucas at Jerusalem

c) St. Thomas a’ Becket at Canterbury. 3. ______ was the closest contemporary of Chaucer. a) Gower

b) Langland

c) Wyclif

4. The author of Beowulf is ______ a) Caedmon

b) Gower

c) None of these.

5. The war of Roses figures in the works of ______ a) Chaucer

b) Shakespeare

c) Langland

6. ____ is called ‘The Morning Star of the Reformation’. a) Wyclif

b) Chaucer

c) Langland

7. The number of pilgrims went to Canterbury with Chaucer was ___ a) 29

b) 30

c) 27

8. The number of pilgrims representing the military profession is ____ a) 1

b)2

c) 3

9. The number of eccleciastical characters in the Prologue is _____ a) 8

b) 7

c) 6

10. ____ is the name of the inn where the pilgrims assembled. a) Tabard inn

b) Southwark inn

c) Temple inn.

11. Chaucerian seven line stanza was called ‘rime royal’ because of its use by___ a) James I

b) James II

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c) James IV

12. The number of women characters in the Prologue is ____ a) 3

b) 2

c) 1

13. _____ is the author of Piers the Plowman. a) Chaucer

b) Langland

c) Gower

14. Lollards were the followers of ____ a) Wyclif

b) John Ball

c) Martin Luther

15. Caxton set up a printing press first in England in _____ a) 1476

b) 1376

c) 1486

16. Wyclif’s Bible is a translation of _____ text. a) Greek

b) Latin

c) Arabic.

17. ______ wrote Garboduc. a) Thomas Sackville

b) Thomas Norton c) Sackville and Norton

18. Chaucer’s pilgrims went on the pilgrimage in ____ a) April

b) May

c) June

19. _____ did not belong to the group of University Wits. a) Marlowe

b) Webster

c) Peele

20. The Petrarchan sonnet was first introduced into England by______ a) Wyatt and Surrey

b) Shakespeare

c) Jonson

21.‘Amoretti’ of Spenser contains ________sonnets. a) 87

b) 88

c) 86

22. John Donne initiated _________school of poetry a) romantic

b) classical

c) metaphysical

23. The other name for Shakespeare’s later comedies is__________. a) didactic romances

b) classical romances

c) dramatic romances 24. Astrophel is an elegy written by Spenser on the death of a) Philip Sidney

b) Shakespeare

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c) Ben Johnson

25. Beowulf is ___________ a) a play `

b) a novel

c) an epic

26. Chaucer is called the Father of English _____ a) novels

b) poetry

c) plays

27. Chaucer used ___________as his vehicle to write his works. a) Northern English

b) Southern English

c) East Midland English 28. The name of wife of Bath is _____. a) Annie

b) Alison

c) Emily

29. Shakespeare wrote ___________sonnets. a) 153

b) 155

c) 154.

30. Apologie for Poetrie was written by a) Sidney

b) Bacon

c) Lyly.

31. Lyly’s ‘Eupheus’ is Known as ________. a) didactic romance

b) prose romance

c) satirical romance

32. The author of Venus and Adonis is ____ a) Shakespeare

b) Marlowe

c) Jonson

33. Shakespeare wrote ____ plays. a) 37

b) 38

c) 39

34. The main source of shakespeare’s historical plays is Holinshed’s ‘the Chronicle of _____ a) England, Scotland and Ireland

b) Great Britain

c) England and Rome 35. Robert Herrick’s religious poems are entitled ______ a) Noble Numbers

b) Sacred Numbers

c) Holy Numbers 36. Spenser wrote _____ in honour of Elizabeth Boyle. a) Astrophel

b) Amoretti

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c) Prothalamion

37. _____ wrote only tragedies. a) Webster

b) Shakespeare

c) Marlowe

38. ____ called Marlowe’s Blank verse ‘Marlowe’s mighty line’. a) Jonson

b) Arnold

c) Dryden.

39. _____ said ‘Shakespeare has only heroines and no heroes’. a) Ruskin

b) Dr. Johnson

c) Arnold

40. Spenser dedicated the preface to The Faerie Queene to _____ a) Sidney

b) Sir Walter Raleigh

c) Queen Elizabeth.

41. Spenser allegorized Queen Elizabeth in The Faerie Queene through ___ a) Gloriana

b) Una

c) Duessa.

42. _____ called Spenser The Poets’poet. a) Lamb

b) Arnold

c) Hazlitt.

43. Spenser first used Spenserian stanza in ______ a) Faerie Queene

b) Amoretti

c) Astrophel.

44. The Faerie Queene contains ____ books. a) three

b) five

c) six.

45. ______ said ‘Spenser writ no language’. a) Jonson

b) Dr. Johnson

c) Dryden.

46. ____ authored The New Atlantis. a) Bacon

b) Lyly

C) Marlowe

47. Bacon published _____ essays in his third and last edition. a) 40

b) 58

c) 57

48. The phrase ‘ infinite riches in a little room’ used to describe Bacon’s essays is taken from____ a) Merchant of Venice

b) The Alchemist

c) Jew of Malta 49. Euphuism is a name given to style. a) Lyly’s

b) Greene’s

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c) Jonson’s

50. Novum Organum was written by _____ a) Holinshed

b) Bacon

c) Shakespeare

51. Paradise Lost contains ___ books. a) 12

b) 8

c) 11.

52. Lycidas was written by Milton on the death of _____ a) Hallam

b) Keats

c) Edward King.

53. Milton’s Areopagitica was written against a censorship of ___ a) plays

b) books

c) songs

54. Utopia was written by ____ a) William More

b) Thomas More

c) Henry More

55. Bunyan’s The Pilgrims Progress is ___ a) an allegory

b) a travelogue

c) a long sermon

b) 16th century

c) 17th century

56. Dryden belonged to a. 15th century

57. Dryden wrote _________ a) The Essay on Criticism

b) The Essay on Novels

c) The Essay on Plays 58. Dryden wrote ______ a. All For Love

b) Antony and Cleopatra

c) Romeo and Juliet 59. Pope authored _________ a) The Rape of the Lock

b) The Rape of the Curl

c) The Rape of the Knot 60. Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot was a a) Personal Poem

b) Religious Poem

c) Satirical Poem 61. The term Augustan was first used by ____ a) Pope

b) Swift

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c) Dr. Johnson.

62. Dr. Johnson applied the term ‘Metaphysical School of Poets’ in the life of ____ a) Milton

b) Donne

c) Cowley.

63. _____ started the Journal of Tatler. a) Addison

b) Steele

c) Dr. Johnson.

64. Iliad and Odyssey was translated in to English by ____ a) Pope

b) Dryden

c) Milton

65. Dr. Johnson wrote the lives of ____ poets. a) 45

b) 43

c) 52.

66. Picaresque novel is called the novel of ____ a) rascality

b) surprise

c) heroism

67. Thomson’s Seasons has ____ parts. a) Two

b) five

c) four

68. Songs of Innocence was written by ____ a) Burns

b) Gray

c) Blake

69. The Dunciad was a satire written by _____ a) Pope

b) Swift

c) Dryden

70. James Boswell wrote the biography of _____ a) Dr. Johnson

b) Goldsmith

c) Burke

Match the following: 1. Plato

-

Republic

2. Spenser

-

Shepherd’s calendar

3. Sidney

-

Apologie for Poetrie

4. John Donne

-

Canonization

5. Christopher Marlowe

-

The Jew of Malta

6. John Webster

-

White Devil

7. Thomas Kyd

-

The Spanish Tragedy

8. Ben Jonson

-

The Alchemist

9. John Milton

-

Comus

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10. John Herrick

-

Hesperides

11. Shakespeare

-

Venus and Adonis

12. Bacon

-

Advancement of Learning

13. Thomas Hobbes

-

The Leviathan

14. Sir. Thomas Browne

-

Religio Medici

15. George Herbert

-

The Temple

16. Dryden

-

Absalom and Achitophel

17. Sir. John Denham

-

Cooper’s Hill

18. John Bunyan

-

The Pilgrim’s Progress

19. Alexander Pope

-

The Rape of the Lock

20. Jonathan Swift

-

Gulliver’s Travels

21. Sheriden

-

The School for Scandal

22. Richardson

-

Clarissa

23. Fielding

-

Joseph Andrews

24. Goldsmith

-

The Vicar of Wakefield

25. Ann Radcliffe

-

The Mysteries of Udolpho

26. Smollett

-

Humphry Clinker

27. James Thomson

-

Seasons

28. William Blake

-

Songs of Experience

29. Thomas Chatterton

-

Ballad of Charity

30. Thomas Gray

-

The Progress of Poesy

PART –B Write short notes on the following: 1. Principles of the classic drama 1.

‘Beowulf’

2.

Characteristics of Chaucer’s poetry

3.

Chaucer’s Prologue to Canterbury Tales.

4.

Langland as a poet of People.

5.

Mystery and Miracle plays

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6.

Morality plays and Interludes

7.

Four periods in Shakespeare’s poetic career

8.

Play Houses of Shakespeare’s time

9.

University Wits

10. Characteristics of Shakespeare’s works 11. Features of metaphysical poetry 12. The sonnets of Shakespeare 13. Milton’s Earlier Poetry 14. Butler’s Hudibras as a burlesque 15. Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s progress 16. Pope’s The Rape of the Lock as a mock epuic 17. Defoe’s fictitious biographies 18. Character sketches of Addison and Steele 19. The Comedy of Manners in the Restoration period 20. Biography of Dr. Johnson by Boswell PART –C Write Essays of 400 Words on the Following 1.

Chaucer as the father of poetry.

2.

Spenser as the poet’s poet.

3.

Shakespeare as a dramatist.

4.

Bacon as an essayist.

5.

Milton as an epic poet.

6.

Metaphysical poetry.

7.

Dryden as a satirist.

8.

Alexander Pope as a poet.

9.

Jonathan Swift as a satirist.

10. Periodical essays. 11. Johnson’s contribution to literature. 12. Goldsmith’s contribution to literature.

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HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE – I - 11EL3AC03 QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60

(For Part B and Part C there must be atleast one question from each unit) PART –A i) Multiple choice questions from all Units. (From the list provided)

10x1=10

ii) Match the following from all Units (From the list provided) 5 x1=5 PART – B Write short notes: 3 out of 5 from all units (From the list provided) 3 x 5 =15 PART –C Answer in the form of an essay not exceeding 400 words from all units any 3 out of 6 questions (From the list provided) 3 x 10 =30

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SPOKEN ENGLISH Semester: III

Credits: 2

Code

Hours : 2

: 11EL3SK05

OBJECTIVES: To develop speaking fluency in students. To create awareness among the students that speaking fluency in English, brightens up their career prospects. To make them experience that gaining fluency in English transforms their personality and boosts their selfconfidence. To give a lot of exposure to spoken English necessary to be used in real life situations and give practice. UNIT I: Personal Communication

(6 hours)

1.

Greeting and asking about one’s well being

2.

Self introduction and introducing others

3.

Leave- taking

4.

Expressing likes, dislikes, gratitude, apology, opinions, suggestions, wishes and other such concerns.

UNIT II: Inter-Personal Communication

(6 hours)

1.

Making requests, seeking help or offering help

2.

Inviting and declining invitation

3.

Gaining attention and Interrupting

4.

Giving and seeking information , directions, instruction and clarification

UNIT III: Social Communication 1.

Seeking and giving permission

2.

Agreeing and disagreeing

3.

Complaining and responding to complaints

4.

Talking over phone

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(6 hours)

UNIT IV : Contextual Communication

(6 hours)

1.

Persuading and Dissuading

2.

Expressing sympathy, feelings and offering condolence

3.

Congratulating and Complimenting

4.

Encouraging and Discouraging

UNIT V: Some useful day to day communication 1.

Expressing pleasure and displeasure

2.

Reminding and urging

3.

Explaining and making oneself clear

4.

Taking time to think and changing the subject

(6 hours)

COURSE BOOK: Adinarayana and V. Prakasam; Spoken English; Neel Karnal Publications Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi 2006 BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: V. Sasikumar – P.V., Dhamija Spoken English: A Self Learning Guide To Conversation Practice. second edition. Tata McGrew – Hill publishing company Ltd. New Delhi. 1995 Krishna Mohan, N.P. Singh Speaking English Effectively. second edition Macmillan Publishers. India Ltd. New Delhi 2009. G. Radhakrishna pillai , K. Rajeevan,2008, Spoken English For You Level One; Emerald publishers 2008 Kamalesh Sadanand and Suseela Punitha, Spoken EnglishA Foundation course I and II . Orient Longman. Chennai. 2008

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SPOKEN ENGLISH – 11EL3SK05 QUESTION PATTERN Time:1 hour

Marks: 50

UNIT 1: Identifying the communicative functions of the expressions (5 marks) UNIT II: Matching Expressions

(10 Marks)

UNIT III: What would you say in the given situations (10 marks) UNIT IV: Completing the dialogue

(10 marks)

UNIT V: 1. Framing questions based on situations

(5 marks)

2. Writing dialogue based on the given paragraph (10 marks)

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ENGLISH FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONS Semester: III

Credits: 1

Code

Hours : 2

: 11EL3NE01

OBJECTIVES: To enhance competency in English, which is a sure passport to selection for and entry into the most coveted jobs and careers in the country. To give the learners authentic information on the most basic areas of the English language and practice and prepare them to successfully answer a wide variety of questions asked in the competitive examinations. UNIT I: Vocabulary 1.

(6 hours)

Choose the correct word and fill in the blanks for sense completion (a list of 50 words-attached )

2.

Identify the word that is mis-spelt (a list of 50 wordsattached )

3.

Use of correct words and phrases in the blanks for sense completion

UNIT II: Basic Grammar

(6 hours)

1.

Articles

2.

Prepositions

3.

The use of some Tenses

4.

Conditional Clauses

5.

Question Tags

6.

Subject-Verb-Agreement.

UNIT III: Grammar and Usage 1.

Spotting errors in the usage of Articles Prépositions

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(6 hours)

Tenses Subject-Verb-Agreement UNIT IV: - Diction and cohérence

(6 hours)

1.

Rearranging the jumbled parts of a sentence

2.

Rearranging the jumbled sentences into a well-knit paragraph with a continuance of flow of thoughts.

UNIT V: Comprehension and Drafting 1.

Reading comprehension

2.

Précis writing

(6 hours)

COURSE BOOK: G. Radhakrishna Pillai: English for Success ( A guide to ensure success in competitive Examinations) Emerald publishers, Chennai. 2003 BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: V. Syamala

Effective English communication for you,

Emerald publishers Chennai 2002 R.P. Bhatnagar and Rajul Bhargava, competitive

examinations

Macmillan

English for India

Limited.

Chennai. 2003. Ayothi and Dr.R. Vedavalli,.

English for Competitive

Examinations. New Century Book House pvt. Ltd. Chennai. 2011

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UNIT I: (Sub unit 1. A list of words) 1.

Ceased; Seized

21. Fair; Fare

41. Road; Rode

2.

Blue; Blew

22. Discard; Discord

42. Too; Two

3.

Seen; Scene

23. Later; Latter

43. Die; Dye

4.

Sea; See

5.

Pass; Pause

25. Suit; Soot

45. Ice; Eyes

6.

Ear; Year

26. Sell; Cell

46. Hair; Hare

7.

Right; Write

27. Some; Sum

47. Dam; Dame

8.

Lost; Last

28. Great; Grate

48. Descent; Dissent

9.

Whole; Hole

29. By; Buy

49. Plane; Plain

10. Soul; Sole

30. Practice; Practise

50. Read; Red

11. Polls; Poles

31. Son; Sun

12. Peace; Piece

32. Fare; Fair

13. Night; Knight

33. Weak; Week

14. Through; Threw

34. Straight; Strait

15. Meat; Meet

35. Loose; Lose

16. Pray; Prey

36. Quiet; Quite

17. Plaited; Plated

37. Team; Teem

18. Air; Heir

38. Bale; Bail

19. Heard; Herd

39. Sore; Soar

20. By; Buy

40. Compliment; Complement

24. Diseased; Deceased

44. Site; Sight

Unit I (Sub unit 2 A list of words that are commonly mis-spelt) 1. Accommodate

21. Excellence

41. Superior

2. Allotting

22. Foreign

42. Territory

3. Argument

23. Fulfillment

43. Thorough

4. Altogether

24. Governor

44. Tomorrow

5. Beginning

25. Grammar

45. Travelled

6. Believe

26. Guarantee

46. Transparent

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7. Blotting

27. Hygiene

47. Usually

8. Climb

28. Inconvenient

48. Villain

9. Ceiling

29. Issue

49. Weigh

10. Committee

30. Lightening

50. Zero

11. Concede

31. Lieutenant

12. Correspondence

32. mischievous

13. Cruelty

33. Misspell

14. Deceive

34. Permission

15. Dependence

35. Quarrelled

16. Dessert

36. Receipt

17. Disappointment

37. Referred

18. Efficient

38. Signalled

19. Embarrassed

39. Suppress

20. Eminent

40. Session

(Exercises are given in “English for Competitive Examination) R. P. Bhatnagar and Rajul Bhargava

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ENGLISH FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION – 11EL3NE01 QUESTION PATTERN Time: 1 hr

Max. Marks: 50

UNIT I: Vocabulary 1.

(10 Marks)

Choose the correct word and fill in the blanks for sense completions

(3 Marks)

2.

Identify the word that is mis-spelt.

(3 Marks)

3.

Use of correct words and phrases in the blanks for sense completions

(4 Marks)

UNIT II: Basic Grammar

(10 Marks)

1.

Fill in the blanks with correct Articles

2.

Fill in the blanks with correct Prepositions (2 Marks)

3.

Fill in the blanks with correct Tenses

4.

Fill in the blanks with correct forms of verbs (4 marks)

UNIT III: Grammar in Usage

(2 Marks)

(2 Marks)

(10 Marks)

1.

Sentences with errors in usage of Articles (2 Marks)

2.

Sentences with errors in usage of Prepositions (2 Marks)

3.

Sentences with errors in usage of Tenses (3 Marks)

4.

Sentences with errors in usage of Concord (3 Marks)

UNIT IV: Diction and coherence

(10 Marks)

1.

Rearranging jumbled part of a sentence (5 Marks)

2.

Rearranging jumbled sentences into a well-knit paragraph

(5 Marks)

UNIT V: Comprehension and Drafting

(10 Marks)

1.

Reading Comprehension

(5 Marks)

2.

Precis Writing

(5 Marks)

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ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Semester : III

Credits: 2

Code

Hours : 2

: 11ES3GSO1

UNIT I: Multidisciplinary Nature of Environmental Studies: (2 hours) Definition, scope and importance - Need for public awareness UNIT II: Natural Resources

(8 hours)

Classification of Resources: Renewable and non – renewable resources - Forest resources, water resources, mineral resources, food resources, energy resources, Land resources - associated problems; Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources - Equitable use of sources for sustainable life styles UNIT III: Ecosystems

(6 hours)

Concept of an ecosystem Structure and function of an ecosystems Producers, consumers and decomposers Energy flow in the ecosystem Food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and function of the following Eco system: Forest, grass land, desert, aquatic UNIT IV: Environmental Pollution

(8 hours)

Definition, Causes, effects and control measures of Air pollution, Water pollution, Soil pollution, Marine pollution, Noise pollution,

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Thermal

pollution,

Nuclear

hazards,

Solid

waste

management, Role of an individual in prevention of pollution.

Pollution - case studies

Disaster Management: Earth quake, Tsunami – causes, consequences, control measures. UNIT V: Social Issues and the Environments

(6 hours)

From unsustainable to sustainable development - Urban problems related to energy Water conservation, rain water harvesting, water shed management Resettlement and rehabilitation of people, its problem and concerns, case studies, Environmental ethics, Climate change, global warming, acid rain and ozone layer depletion, nuclear accidents and holocaust, case studies. Waste land reclamation. Environmental protection act, air act, water act, wild life protection act. Unit VI: Field Work

(5 hours)

Visit to local area to document environmental assetsriver/forest/grassland/hill/mountain COURSE TEXT: Environmental science and Engineering – R.Murugeshan Unit – I

: Section – 1.1 & 1.2

Unit – II

: Section - 1.3 to 1.37

Unit – III : Section - 2.1 to 2.7 & 2.10 to 2.27 Unit – IV : Section - 3.1 to 3.37 Unit – V

: Section – 4.1 to 4.17

NOTE: Tamil Version for Tamil Literature and History Tamil Medium Students.

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BIOETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS Semester : III & IV

Credits: 1

Code

Hours : 1

: 11FC3GS02, 11FC4GS02

UNIT I: BIOETHICS Introduction-

(3 hours) Objectives-

Principles

Autonomy- Ethics in History-

of

Bioethics

-

Love of life-Need for

Bioethics UNIT II: BIOETHICS & TECHNOLOGY

(6 hours)

Animal rights- Ethics of science & Technology ecotourism- water ethics. Genetics and ethics: Genetically modified foods, Eugenics UNIT III: MEDICAL ETHICS

(6 hours)

Informed consent and informed choice- euthanasia- organ donation-

HIV/AIDS

and

ethics-

Human

cloning-

surrogacy-Indigenous medicines and access to health Sex Education – Documentary film (Screening). UNIT

IV: HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES IN INDIA (4hours) Introduction - Evolution of Human rights- The preamble to the constitution of India - Human Rights and duties in the constitution

UNIT V: HUMAN RIGHTS: INTERNATIONAL NORMS (5hours) Universal declaration of Human Rights - Rights against torture, discrimination and forced labour, Rights of the Child UNIT VI: SOCIAL PROBLEMS Poverty, over population, illiteracy Disadvantaged groups

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(6 hours)

a. Women,

b.

Children,

Scheduled

casts

and

scheduled tribes, Documentary Film on Human rights COURSE TEXT: Study material compiled by the Department (English & Tamil versions) BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Darryl R.J.Macer (Ed.). 2006, A cross cultural introduction to Bioethics, Eubios Ethics Institute, (for Unit-I: chapter A; For Unit- II: Chapter C; For Unit- III: Chapter D) Websites for reference www.unescobkk.org/eubios/index.htm

;

www.cseindia.org ; www.unescobkk.org NOTE: Tamil Version for Tamil Literature and History Tamil Medium Students.

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PART II ENGLISH LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE-IV Semester: IV

Credits: 3

Code

Hours : 6

: 11GE4GS04

OBJECTIVE: To attain proficiency in communication skills. UNIT I:

Prose

(20 hours)

Thoughts at the Ferry

- E.V. Lucas

A Disappointed Man

- Robert Lynd

In Crimson Silk

- J. B. Priestley

UNIT II: - Poetry

(20 hours)

Thou Art Indeed Just, Lord -

Gerard Manley Hopkins

Hawk Roosting

- Ted Hughes

The Road not Taken

-

Robert Frost

UNIT III: Short Stories 1.

(20 hours)

After Twenty Years

2. The Shepherd’s Daughter

-

O. Henry

- William Saroyan

UNIT IV: Spoken English

(15 hours )

Offering help Apologizing Making suggestions Expressing likes and dislikes Leave taking Agreeing and disagreeing UNIT V:

(15 hours)

1.

Developing hints into a paragraph.

2.

Write a dialogue based on the given situation

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COURSE BOOKS: 1.

K. P. K. Menon, “Prose in Practice’, Macmillan India Limited, Chennai, 2005

2.

K. Natarajan, ‘Musical Thought’, New Century Book House Ltd., Chennai, 2009.

3.

E.F. Dodd. B. A, ‘Six Tales from Shakespeare’ Macmillan India Ltd, Chennai, 2008

4.

G. Radhakrishna Pillai & K. Rajeevan, ‘Spoken English for You’, Emerald Publishers, Chennai, 2008.

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QUESTION PATTERN -PART II ENGLISH LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE- 11GE4GS04 Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60

UNIT I: i) Choose the right answer.

10x1=10

ii) One Essay out of three.

1x10=10

UNIT II: iii) One Essay out of three.

1 x10 =10

UNIT III: iv) Two paragraphs out of three

2 x5 =10

UNIT IV: v) Match the Expressions with the functions of language 5x1=5 vi) Make responses to the given expressions 5x1=5 UNIT V: vii) Write a Paragraph from the given hints

5

viii) Dialogue writing based on the given situation

5

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AMERICAN LITERATURE Semester: IV

Credits: 4

Code

Hours : 5

: IIEL4MCO6

OBJECTIVES: To provide exposure to American culture and civilization to students. To enable students to understand the representative writers in American Literature. UNIT I: Poetry -Detailed

(20 hours)

Edgar Allan Poe

-

Annabel Lee

Walt Whitman

-

I hear America Singing

Emily Dickinson

-

Because I Could not stop for Death

Robert Frost

-

1. Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening. 2. Come In.

Poetry –Non Detailed Vachel Lindsay

‘Abraham Lincoln walks at

-

Midnight’ Edwin Markham

-

The Man with the Hoe

UNIT II: Prose – Detailed William Faulkner

(15 hours) -

Nobel

Award

Acceptance

Speech. Brooker T. Washington- My Struggle For an Education. Non- Detailed Thomas Wolfe

-

God’s Lonely Man.

UNIT III: Drama

(15 hours) –

Tennesse Williams

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The Glass Menagerie

UNIT IV: Short Stories

(10 hours) –

Edgar Allan Poe M

‘The Cask of Amontillado



Ernest Hemingway

A Day’s wait.

UNIT V: Novel

(15 hours)

Nathaniel Hawthorne

-

The Scarlet letter

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: 1.

Fisher Samuelson and Reninger Vaid, ‘An AnthologyAmerican Literature of the 19th

Century’ Macmillan

Publishers India Ltd, Chennai. 1964 2.

Egbert s. Oliver., ‘An Anthology- American Literature of the 20th century’, Euracia Publishing House Pvt. Ltd New Delhi. 1967

3.

C. T. Thomas., ‘Twentieth Century Verse- An AngloAmerica Anthology’ Macmillan Publishers India Ltd. Chennai. 1979

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AMERICAN LITERATURE - 11ELMC06 QUESTION PATTERN Hours 3 hrs

Marks 60 Part A

Choose the best answer (From detailed poetry and prose) (10 X1=10) Part B Annotations (Answer the questions given below) Answer any two out of three from detailed Prose and poetry (2 X 5=10)

Part C Answer any two in about 200 words (short essay) not omitting any section Section A Detailed- 2 questions Section B non detailed – 2 questions (2 X 5=10) Part D Answer any three essays not omitting any section Section A detailed -3 questions Section B Non – detailed-3 questions 3 x10=30

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LITERARY FORMS Semester: IV

Credits: 3

Code

Hours : 4

: 11EL4MC07

OBJECTIVES: To familiarize the students with the various aspects of all forms of English Literature To introduce the students to the major genres of English Literature To make the students develop an understanding to differentiate the genres in Literature UNIT I:

(20 hours) Section I Chapter I - Subjective and Objective Poetry Chapter II -Types of Poetry 1.

The Lyric

2.

The Ode

3.

The Sonnet

4.

The Elegy

5.

The Ballad

6.

The Epic

7.

The Satire

UNIT II:

(15 hours)

Dramatic Types – Section II Chapter II 1. Tragedy and Comedy 2. Tragic – Comedy 3. The Masque 4. The One – Act Play

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UNIT III:

(10 hours)

Section III Prose The Essay Chapter I The Novel Chapter II UNIT IV:

(5 hours)

The Short Story Chapter III UNIT V:

(10 hours) Biography Chapter IV Autobiography

COURSE BOOK: Birjadish Prasad, ‘A Background to the study of English Literature’ Macmillan. 1953, 1959 BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: William Henry Hudson, ‘An introduction to the study of Literature’ Atlantic Publishers & Distributions. 2006. R. J. Rees, ‘An Introduction for foreign Readers’ Macmillan. 1973.

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LITERARY FORMS-11EL4MC07 QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3hrs

Marks: 60 PART A

Choose the best answer (From Unit I)

10 ×1 = 10

PART B Answer any four out of six questions in 200 words

4×5=20

Section A – Three questions from Units I & II Section B – Three questions from Units III& IV PART C Answer any three out of six questions from all the units 3×10 =30 (Atleast one question from each unit)

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HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE – II Semester: IV

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 5

: 11EL4AC04

OBJECTIVES: -

To provide a comprehensive history of English literature

-

To trace the rise, growth and decline of schools and movements

-

To study the influence of culture, ideals and moral tendency of the world on writers

-

To realize the influence of writers in creating new trends

UNIT I:

(15 hours) 1.

The Age of Wordsworth (1798-1832): The Older Poets.

2.

The Age of Wordsworth: The Younger Poets.

3.

The Age of Wordsworth: General Prose.

4.

The Age of Wordsworth: The Novel.

UNIT II:

(15 hours)

1.

The Age of Tennyson: (1832-1887): Verse.

2.

The Age of Tennyson: General Prose.

3.

The Age of Tennyson: The Novel.

UNIT III:

(15 hours)

1.

The Age of Hardy.

2.

The Revival of Poetry: Poets of Transition.

UNIT IV:

(15 hours)

1.

Dramatists of Transition.

2.

Novelists of Transition.

3.

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UNIT V:

(15 hours)

1.

The Present Age.

2.

Old Legacies and New Tendencies.

3.

The Changing Novel.

4.

Prose Drama and Miscellaneous Prose.

COURSE BOOK: W.H. Hudson, An Outline History of English Literature, B. I. Publications Pvt. Ltd, 2009 BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Ifor Evans, A Short History of English LiteraturePenguin Publishers Bernard Bergonzi Books, 1967. K.R Rama Chandra Nair, The History of English Literature emerald Publishers, 2010 Albert . E. A History of English Literature Oxford University Press, Delhi1 1975

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HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE-II Choose the best answer: 1.

Why is the year 1798 taken to be the year of the beginning of the Romantic Movement? a.

Because it was the year of Wordsworth’s birth

b.

Because it was the year in which James Thomson’s “Seasons” was published

c.

Because it was the year in which Wordsworth “Lyrical Ballads” was published

d.

It was the year of the beginning of the French Revolution

2.

3.

Wordsworth “Prelude” is a: a.

Philosophical Poem

b. Metaphysical poem

c.

Autobiographical poem

d. Biographical poem

“God made the country and man made the town.” Who wrote this line? a.

4.

Wordsworth

b. Cowper c. Blake d. Thomson

Collins’s poem “In Yonder Grave a Druid lies” is an elegy on the death of:

5.

6.

a.

Ben Jonson

b. William Blake

c.

James Thomson

d. Milton

In “Nightmare Abbey” Thomas Love Peacock satirises: a.

Shelley

b. Coleridge

b.

Both Shelley and Coleridge d. Neither of them.

To which of the following poets does the phrase “Willing suspension of disbelief” apply? a.

Wordsworth

b. Coleridge

c.

Shelley

d. Keats

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7.

“Hell is a city much like London.” Whose view is this? a.

Wordsworth

b. Walter Scott

c. Shelley 8.

d. Byron

Who was the intellectual father of the French Revolution? a.

Rousseau

b. Hegel

c. Frederic Engels 9.

d. Napoleon

The Mariner in “The Ancient Mariner” kills: a.

A golden fish

b. A phantom

c.

A penguin

d. An albatross

10. Robert Southey’s “A Vision of Judgement” is a ludicrous eulogy of: a.

George II

b. Charles II

c.

George III

d. Queen Mary

11. Shelley was expelled from the Oxford University for the publication of: a.

The Mask of Anarchy

b. The Revolt of Islam

c.

On the Necessity of Atheism

d. Hellas

12. Name the novelist whose novels are called Waverly Novels? a.

Fielding

b. Walter Scott

c. Smollett

d. Jane Austen

13. “Elia” is a pen-name assumed by: a.

Carlyle b. De Quincey

c. Hazlitt

d. Lamb

14. “Adonais” is a pastoral Elegy written on the death of: a.

Shelley

b. Keats

c. Byron

d. Scott

15. Madeline is the heroine of a narrative poem of Keats. Which poem? a.

Endymion

b. Eve of St. Agnes

c.

Eve of St. Mark

d. Hyperion

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16. Shelley’s death was caused by: a.

Drowning

b. Poisoning

c.

Consumption

d. fighting

17. “A thing of beauty is a joy for ever.” A verse-tale of Keats begins with this line. Identify the tale: a.

Hyperion

b. Endymion

c.

Eve of St. Agnes

d. Eve of St. Mark

18. Who is considered to be the most remarkable Historical Novelist of the Romantic period? a.

John Galt

b. Jane Austen

c.

Walter Scott

d. Maria Edgeworth

19. One of the following novels is not written by Jane Austen. Identify it: a.

Mansfield Park

b. Persuasion

c.

Northanger Abbey

d. Nightmare Abbey

20. One of the following novels is not written by Walter Scott. Identify it: a.

The Heart of Midlothian

c.

Castle Rackrent

b. Guy Mannering

d. The Highland Widow

21. After whom did Wordsworth become the poet Laureate of England? a.

Coleridge

b. Walter Scott

c.

Robert Southey

d. Dryden

22. After whose refusal the Poet Laureateship was conferred on Robert Southey? a.

Walter Scott

b. Coleridge

c.

Pope

d. Johnson

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23. Why is the year 1837 taken as the closing year of the Romantic Period and beginning of the Victorian Age? a.

Because Wordsworth ceased writing by this year

b.

Because Queen Victoria succeeded to the throne in this year

c.

Because Tennyson came into prominence in this year

d.

Because almost all the major Romantic Poets had died by this year

24. Queen Victoria became the Empress of India in: a.

1857

b. 1876

c. 1837

d. 1887

25. The Oxford movement was basically a: a.

Literary Movement

c.

Social Movement

b. Political Movement d. Religious Movement

26. What was common among D.G. Rossetti, Christina Rossetti, Morris and Swinburne? a.

They are all Victorian Novelists

b.

They all belong to Pre-Raphaelite School

c.

They all belong to the Oxford Movement

d.

They were all painters

27. Who was the leader of the Pre-Raphaelite group of artists in England? a.

D.G. Rossetti

b. Swinburne

c.

Christiana Rossetti

d. Morris

28. The basic theme of Arnold’s “Literature and Dogma” is: a.

Contemporary literary criticism

b.

Theology

c.

Social changes in the Victorian Age

d.

Art and Literature

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29. Which of the Following novels is called a “Novel without a Hero”? a.

Mill on the Floss

b. Northanger Abbey

c.

Vanity Fair

d. Pickwick Papers

30. What is meant by “Wessex”? a.

The home town of George Eliot

b.

The region where the Bronte sisters lived

c.

The region in which Hardy’s novels are set

d.

The name of a country in Scotland

31. George Eliot’s novel “Romola” is a a.

Historical novel

c.

Gothic novel

b. Picaresque novel d. Autobiographical novel

32. “George Eliot” was the pen-name of : a.

Clara Reeve

b. Marian Evans

c.

Mary Collins

d. Lara Evans

33. Who wrote: “If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invite him?” a.

Rousseau

b. Fitzgerald

c. Ruskin

d. Voltair

34. Tennyson was appointed Poet-Laureate after: a.

Robert Southey

c.

S.T. Coleridge

b. William Wordsworth d. obert Browning

35. In “In Memoriam” Tennyson mourns the death of: a.

Keats

b. Arthur Hallam

c.

Hugh Clough

d. Lord Byron

36. Matthew Arnold’s “Thyrsis” is an elegy written on the death of : a.

Hugh Clough

b. Arthur Hallam

c.

Edward King

d. ilton

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37. In which of Hardy’s novels the scene of a Wife’s auction takes place? a.

Tess

b. Jude the Obscure

c. The Mayor of Casterbridge d. Return of the native 38. The phrase “Stormy Sisterhood” is applied to: a.

Charlotte Bronte

c.

Anne Bronte

b. Emily Bronte d. Collectively to all the three

39. What award was given to Hardy as a great novelist? a.

Nobel Prize

b. Laureateship

c.

Order of Merit

d. Knighthood

40. In one of his novels Hardy quotes Shakespeare’s remark: “As flies to the wanton boys are we to the gods, They kill us for their sport.” In which of the following novels does he quote these lines? a.

Tess

b. The Mayor of Casterbridge

c. Return of the native

d. Jude the Obscure

41. Hardy believed in the philosophy of: a.

Immanent Will

c.

Free will

b. Character is destiny

d. Man as the master of his own fate

42. Which one of the following novels of Charles Dickens is most autobiographical? a.

A Tale of Two Cities

b. David Copperfield

c.

Hard Times

d. Pickwick Papers

43. Charles Dickens’s characteristics are generally: a.

Flat

b. Round c. Humorous d. Humanitarian

44. In Dickens’s “A Tale of Two Cities” , the two cities referred to are: a.

Rome and Paris

b. London and Paris

c.

Athens and Paris

d. Berlin and Paris

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45. Tennyson’s “Queen Mary” is a: a.

Verse tale b. Novel c. Drama d. Novelette

46. How many years did Tennyson take in brooding over and finishing “In Memoriam”? a.

Two years

b. Seven Years

c.

Seventeen Years

d. One full year

47. “God’s in his heaven— All’s right with the world!” In which poem do these lines occur? a.

Evelyn Hope

b. Life in Love

c.

Pippa passes

d. The Patriot

48. What is commonest among Rupert Brooke, Julian Grenfell and Siegfried Sassoon as poets? a.

They are all elegiac poets

b.

They were all satirists

c.

They were all war poets

d.

They were all sea-poets

49. Which of the following poets supported British Imperialism in India? a.

John Masefield

b. George William Russell

c.

A.E. Houseman

d. Rudyard Kipling

50. Rudyard Kipling was born in: a.

London b. Edinburgh c. Glasgow d. Bombay

51. T.S. Eliot dedicated his “The Waste Land” to: a.

Ezra Pound

b. Bernard Shaw

c.

homas Hardy

d. John Ruskin

52. In how many parts “The Waste Land” divided? a.

Two parts

b. Three parts

c.

Four parts

d. Five parts

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53. Which of the following poems of T.S. Eliot ends with the lines? “Datta, Dayadhvam, Damyata, Shanti, Shanti, Shanti.” a.

The Hollow Men

b. Ash-Wednesday

c.

The Waste Land

d. Gerontion

54. James Joyce’s “Ulysses” is based on the pattern of: a.

Homer’s Odyssey

b.

Tennyson’s Ulysses

c.

Virgil’s Aenied

d.

Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress

55. James Joyce initiated: a.

Surrealism technique

b.

Imaginative technique

c.

Stream of Consciousness technique

d.

Episodic technique

56. Which of the following novels of D.H. Lawrence has autobiographical overtones? a.

Woman in Love

b. Rainbow

c.

Sons and Lovers

d. The White Peacock

57. Virginia Woolf was the daughter of an eminent critic. Which of the following? a.

I.A. Richards

b. F.R. Leavis

c.

Harold Pinter

d. Leslie Stephen

58. What is the Central theme of Bernard Shaw’s “Man and Superman”? a.

Man’s evolution into superman

b.

The latent faculties of man

c.

A woman’s search for fitting mate

d.

Godly spark in man

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59. In which of Shaw’s plays the “Chocolate cream hero” appears? a.

Arms and the Man

b. St. Joan

c.

Man and Superman

d. Candida

60. The central theme of Galsworthy’s “Strife” is: a.

An individual in conflict with society

b.

Labour and Capital conflict

c.

An individual in conflict with the system of law and justice

d.

Man in conflict with Nature

61. In which year was Bernard Shaw awarded the Nobel Prize? a.

1920

b. 1925

c. 1930

d. 1932

62. Who is the originator of ‘Sprung Rhythm’? a.

A.E. Houseman

b. Stephen Spender

c.

Christopher Fry

d. Hopkins

63. The term ‘Stream of consciousness’ was first used by: a.

James Joyce

b. Virginia Woolf

c.

Sigmund Freud

d. William James

64. The terms ‘Inscape’ and ‘Instress’ are associated with: a.

Francis Thompson

b. Hopkins

c.

Christopher Fry

d. Dylan Thomas

65. Who called ‘Hamlet’ an artistic failure? a.

T.S. Eliot

b. I.A. Richards

c.

F. R. Leavis

d. Aldous Huxley

66. Aldous Huxley borrowed the title ‘Brave New World’ from: a.

Lyly’s Euphues

c.

Shakespeare’s Tempest d. Bacon’s New Atlantis

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b. Sidney’s Arcadia

67. Who was the founder of the Bloomsbury Group, a literary club of England? a.

Virginia Woolf

b. Christiana Rossetti

c.

Edith Sitwell

d. Katherine Mansfield

68. George Orwell’s “Nineteen Eighty-Four” is: a.

A Phantasy

b. A prophetic novel

c.

An Arcadian novel

d. A scientific novel

69. Who initiated the term ‘New Criticism’ in English literary criticism? a.

Henry James

b. I.A. Richards

c.

David Daiches

d. William Empson

70. In which verse-form is T.S. Eliot’s “Waste Land” written? a.

Free Verse

b. Blank Verse

c.

Sprung Rhythm

d. Prose-Verse

Match the following: Section - A Column A

Column B

Works

Authors

1.

Laodamia

[A] Walter Scott

2.

Wat Tyler

[B] Lord Byron

3.

Biographia Literaria

[C] Shelley

4.

Old Mortality

[D] Jane Austen

5.

Don Juan

[E] Wordsworth

6.

The Witch of Atlas

[F] Robert Southey

7.

Lamia

[G] S.T. Coleridge

8.

Northanger Abbey

[H] Charles Lamb

9.

The English Comic Writers

[I] Thomas De Quincey

10. Confessions of an English Opium Eater

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[J] Keats

Section – B Column A

Column B

Works

Authors

1.

Enoch Arden

[A] D.G. Rossetti

2.

Pippa Passes

[B] Matthew Arnold

3.

Sohrab and Rustum

[C] A. C. Swinburne

4.

Sonnets from the Portuguese

[D] Robert Browning

5.

The Blessed Damozel

[E] John Ruskin

6.

Atlanta in Calydon

[F] Tennyson

7.

The Modern Painters

[G] Thackeray

8.

Oliver Twist

9.

Henry Osmond

[H] Elizabeth Barrett Browning [I] Charles Dickens

10. The Mill on the Floss

[J] George Eliot

Section – C Column A

Column B

Authors

Works

1. Robert Bridges

[A] The Lake Isle of Innisfree

2. G. B. Shaw

[B] The Skin Game

3. W.B. Yeats

[C] Pygmalion

4. Galsworthy

[D] Tyfoon

5. H. G. Wells

[E] The Testament of Beauty

6. Joseph Conrad

[F] The Old Wives’ Tale

7. Arnold Bennett

[G] The First Men in the Moon

8. T. S. Eliot

[H] After Strange Gods

9. George Orwell

[I] The Masters

10. C. P. Snow

[J] The Animal Form

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PART –B Write Short notes on the following: 1.

The influence of French Revolution on the Romantic Poets.

2.

Wordsworth attitude to nature.

3.

Wordsworth Poetic diction.

4.

Shelley’s myth-making technique.

5.

Keats’ Medievalism.

6.

Shelley’s Lyricism.

7.

Hazlitt as an essayist.

8.

De Quincey as an essayist.

9.

Coleridge’s concept of Willing Suspension of disbelief.

10. The most striking aspects of Scott’s historical novels. 11. Tennyson’s “In Memorium” 12. Browning’s Obscurity. 13. Hopkins’s use of the sprung Rhythms. 14. R.L.Stevenson as a story teller. 15. Oscar Wilde’s views on the family institution. 16. Special features of Kipling’s novels. 17. A note on Hilaire Belloc’s writings. 18. J.M. Barrie’s Sociological plays. 19. Christopher Fry’s allegorical plays. 20. Characteristics of Virginia Woolf’s novels.

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PART –C WRITE ESSAYS OF 400 WORDS ON THE FOLLOWING 1.

Wordsworth as a nature poet.

2

Keats as a romantic poet.

3.

Charles lamb as an essayist.

4.

Walterscott as a historical novelist.

5.

ennyson as a representative poet of the Victorian age.

6.

G.M. Hopkins as a modern poet.

7.

Thomas hardy as a novelist.

8.

The pre- Raphaelite movement .

9.

Features of W.B. Yeats poetry.

10. Shaw as a social playwright. 11. T.S. Eliot’s contribution to the poetic drama. 12. Twentieth century novelists.

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HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE – IIEL4ACO4 QUESTION PATTERN Time – 3 Hours

Maximum Marks – 60

(For Part B and Part C there must be atleast one question from each unit) PART-A Multiple choice questions from all Units (from the list provided) 10x1=10 Match the following from all units (from the list provided) 5x1=5 PART-B Short notes from all units (three out of five) (from the list provided) 3x5=15 PART–C Answer in the form of an essay not exceeding 400 words from all units (any three out of 6 Questions) (From the list provided) 3x10=30

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SKILL BASED ELECTIVE WRITTEN ENGLISH Semester: IV

Credits: 2

Code

Hours : 2

: IIEL4SK06

OBJECTIVES: To give practice in writing in English for a wide variety of purposes To meet the needs of students either to find a job or to take a further course of study To develop the writing skills needed for working and organizing thought in English UNIT I : The Sentence

(6 hours)

1.

Part of a sentence

2.

Re-arranging jumbled words of a sentence in a proper order to make sense

3.

Improving a sentence by choosing apt words

UNIT II:

(6 hours)

1.

Writing a message

2.

Factual description or Picture description

UNIT III:

(6 hours)

1.

Note- making

2.

Writing advertisements

UNIT IV:

(6 hours)

1.

Circulars, Notices & Minutes

2.

Re- arranging jumbled sentences into a logical and sequential order to make a well-knit paragraph

UNIT V:

(6 hours)

1.

Report Writing

2.

Resume Writing

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COURSE BOOKS: G. Radha Krishna Pillai, K. Rajeevan and P. Bhaskaran Nair, ‘Written English for You’ Emerald Publisher, 2008 V. R. Narayanasamy, ‘Strengthen Your Writing’ Orient Longman. 2009

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WRITTEN ENGLISH- IIEL4SK06 QUESTION PATTERN Time : 1 hour

Marks: 50 Part A

10

1. Re-arranging jumbled words into a sentence

5

2.Improving Sentence by using apt words

5

Part B

10

1. Writing a message

5

2. Factual description or Picture Composition

5

Part C

15

1.

Note Making

5

2.

Writing advertisements

5

3.

Writing Circular/notice/minutes

5

Part D 1.

15

Re-arranging jumbled sentences into well –knit paragraph 5

2.

Report Writing

5

3.

Resume Writing

5

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NON MAJOR ELECTIVE FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH Semester: IV

Credits: 1

Code

Hours : 2

: 11EL4NE02

OBJECTIVES: To

provide

practical,

functional

hands-on-learning

experience to students in essential English grammar and usage. To equip the students with the necessary knowledge and skill in line with the requirements of TNPSC Group III and IV Examination General English syllabus and train them to pass in such examinations. UNIT I: Word Power

(6 hours)

1.

Synonyms (a limited list of 100 words)

2.

Antonyms (a limited list of 100 words)

3.

Formation of words by affixing or suffixing(a limited list of 50 words)

UNIT II: Knowledge of BASIC GRAMMAR 1.

Articles

2.

Preposition

3.

Question Tag

UNIT III: Knowledge of Basic Grammar 1.

Tense

2.

Voice

3.

Infinitive Gerund and Participle

UNIT IV: Application of English Grammar 1.

Errors in the use of articles

2.

Errors in the use of preposition

3.

Errors in the use of Verbs

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(6 hours)

(6 hours)

(6 hours)

UNIT V:

Sentence Writing and Understanding 6 hours

1.

Sentence pattern

2.

Writing a correct sentence

3.

Comprehension

COURSE BOOK: As per TNPSC Group IV General English Syllabus compiled by the Dept. BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: R. Tim, ‘Correction of Errors in Written and Spoken English’, Sarup and Sandev. 1999 Geoffrey Leech and Jain Suart; ‘Communicative Grammar of English’ English ELSS and Longman Group Ltd. 1975 J. C. Nesfield, ‘English Grammar and Composition’ Macmillan India Limited, Chennai. 2004, Henry dodwell, ‘correct English Usage’, Oxford University Press, London. 2000 (Refer to any English grammar and TNPSC solved general English Questions Guide).

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FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH- 11EL4NE02 QUESTION PATTERN Time: 1 hour

Max. Marks: 50

UNIT I: Word Power

(10 marks)

1.

Synonyms

4

2.

Antonyms

3

3.

Formation of words using prefix and suffix- 3

UNIT II:

(10 marks)

1.

Articles

4

2.

preposition

3

3.

Question tag

3

UNIT III:

(10 marks)

1.

Tense

4

2.

voice

3

3.

Infinitive, Gerund and Participle

3

UNIT IV:

(10 marks)

1.

Errors in the use of articles

3

2.

Errors in the use of preposition

3

3.

Errors in the use of Verbs

4

UNIT V:

(10 marks)

1.

Sentence pattern

3

2.

Identifying correct sentence

3

3.

Comprehension

4

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TWENTIETH CENTURY LITERATURE Semester: V

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 7

: 11EL5MC08

OBJECTIVE: To inculcate a sense of appreciation of English literature. To familiarize the students with the modern trends in literature. UNIT I: Poetry (Detailed)

(30 hours)

1.

T.S. Eliot - The Journey of the Magi

2.

W.B. Yeats – The Second Coming

3.

Wilfred Owen – Strange Meeting

4.

G.M. Hopkins – Pied Beauty

UNIT II: Poetry (Non-detailed) 1.

Kipling – If

2.

Dylan Thomas – Poem in October.

UNIT III: Prose (Detailed)

(15 hours)

(20 hours)

1.

A .J. Cronin – The Best Investment I ever made

2.

Robert Lynd – Arguing

Non-Detailed 1.

A.G. Gardiner – On superstitions

2.

E.M. Forster- What I believe

UNIT IV: Drama ( Non-detailed)

(20 hours)

Bernard Shaw - Pygmalion UNIT V: Fiction (Non Detailed)

(20 hours)

C.S. Lewis – Out of the Silent Planet. BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Machael Roberts ed., ‘Faber Book of Modern Verse V, VI, VII’, A.B. Publishers. 2009 Borisford ed., ‘A Pelican Guide to English literature’ complete volumes.Penguin Books Ltd. 1974

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TWENTIETH CENTURY LITERATURE-11EL5MC08 QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3 Hours

Marks:60 Part-A

Choose the best answer.

10X1=10

(From detailed prose and poetry) Part-B Annotations. Answer the questions given below.

2 x 5=10

Answer any two out of three from detailed prose and poetry. Part-C Answer any two in about 200 words out of three from detailed and non detailed prose and poetry

2x5=10 Part-D

Answer any three essays not omitting any section in 400 words each 3X10=30 Section-A detailed (3 questions) Section-B Non- detailed (3 Questions)

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COMMON WEALTH LITERATURE Semester: V

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 6

: IIEL5MC09

OBJECTIVES: To equip the learner with the diverse literary experiences in the literatures of common wealth countries. To give a view of the history of Common Wealth Literature To deepen the students understanding of the salient features of these pieces UNIT I: Prose (Detailed)

(20 hours)

1. Chinua Achebe

-

The Novelist as Teacher

(4 pages from Reading in Commonwealth Literature – William Walsh) 2.Margaret Atwood

-

Survival

(First chapter titled “Survival” from the book Survival) UNIT II: Poetry (Detailed)

(20 hours)

1. David Ruadiri

:

A Negro Labourer in Liverpool

2. Derek Walcott

:

The Causalities

UNIT III: Poetry (Non Detailed)

(15 hours)

1.

A. D. Hope

:

Australia

2.

Allen Curnow

:

House and Land

3.

Judith Wright

:

Typists in the Phoenix Building

UNIT IV: Drama (Non- Detailed) Wole Soyinka

:

(15 hours) The Trials of Brother Jero

UNIT V:Fiction (Non-Detailed) Margaret Laurence :

(20 hours) The Stone Angel

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Narasimhaiah , C. D.,ed., An Anthology of Common Wealth Poetry , Macmillan,1990.

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COMMONWEALTH LITERATURE – IIEL5MC09 QUESTION PATTERN Time – 3 Hours

Maximum Marks -60

Part - A Choose the best answer.

10X1=10

(From detailed prose and poetry) Part-B Annotations. Answer the questions given below. 2 x 5=10 Answer any two out of three from detailed prose and poetry. Part-C Answer any two in about 200 words out of three from detailed and non detailed prose and poetry

2 x 5=10 Part-D

Answer any three essays not omitting any section in 400 words each 3X10=30 Section-A detailed (3 questions) Section-B Non- detailed (3 Questions)

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WOMEN’S WRITING Semester: V

Credits: 4

Code

Hours : 6

: 11EL5MC10

OBJECTIVES: -

To acquaint the students with some representative literary pieces of women writers

-

To introduce students to the persistent and multidimensional

experiments

of

women

writers

in

literature -

To inculcate in students an analytical, critical and sensitive approach to women’s writing

UNIT I: Prose Detailed

(20 hours)

Virginia Woolf

-

Professions for Women

(Macmillan ‘College Prose’) Indira Gandhi - The message of Visva Bharati (Frontiers of prose) UNIT II: Poetry - Detailed

(15 hours)

Razia Khan

- My Daughter’s Boy Friend

Amirtha Pretham

- The Virgin

Gwendolyn Brooks

- The Mother

UNIT III: Poetry Non Detailed Christiania Rossetti

(10 hours) - Uphill

Elizabeth Barrett Browning- The Cry of the ChildrenUNIT IV: Fiction

Non – Detailed

(30 hours)

Bharathi Mukerji

-

Jasmine

Jhumpa Lahiri

-

The Namesake

UNIT V: Drama Non – Detailed Susan Glaspell

(15 hours) -

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Trifles

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Dwivedi A. N., ‘Indo –Anglican Poetry”, Allahabad: Kitab Mahal. 1987 Jung, Anees, ‘Breaking the silence: Voices of Women from ‘around the world’. NewDelhi: Penguin Books. 1995 Naber, Vrinda, ‘Caste as Women’. New Delhi: Penguine Books.1995

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WOMEN’S WRITING – IIEL5MC10 QUESTION PATTERN Time – 3 Hours

Maximum Marks – 60 Part - A

Choose the best answer.

10X1=10

(From detailed prose and poetry) Part-B Annotations. Answer the questions given below.

2 x 5=10

Answer any two out of three from detailed prose and poetry. Part-C Answer any two in about 200 words out of three from detailed and non detailed prose and poetry

2 x 5=10 Part-D

Answer any three essays not omitting any section in 400 words each 3X10=30 Section-A detailed (3 questions) Section-B Non- detailed (3 Questions)

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INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH Semester: V

Credits: 4

Code

Hours : 6

: 11EL5MC11

OBJECTIVES: To enable the students to become familiar with the major Indian Writers. To enable the students to identify and understand the trend and diverse issues in the Indian contexts. UNIT I: Poetry – Detailed

(20 hours)

Nissim Ezekiel



Night of the Scorpion

Sarojini Naidu



Indian Weavers

Rabindra Nath Tagore



The

Journey

from

‘Gitanjali’ A.K.Ramanujam



A River

-

My

Poetry – Non Detailed Kamala Das

Grandmother’s

House Dr. V. C. Kulandai Swamy -

‘The Dawn of an Era’

UNIT II: Prose – Detailed

(15 hours)

Jawaharlal Nehru



‘A Glory has departed

Nathaniel Branden



‘Our Urgent need for self-esteem’

Prose – Non Detailed Swami Vivekananda



The Work.

Rabindranath Tagore

-

My School.

UNIT III: Drama Mahesh Dattani

(20 hours) –

Thirty September.

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Days

in

UNIT IV: Short Stories

(15 hours)

Usha Rajagopalan



Lady Macbeth

Nayantara Sahgal

-

Hari

R. K. Narayan

-

The White Flower

UNIT V: Novel Anita Desai

(20 hours) –

Fasting, Feasting

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: M. L. Tickoo, A. E. Subramaniam ed., ‘Current English for Language Skills’ Macmillan India Limited Chennai. 1975 S. Kanitha and Mrs. P. Selvi Santhanakrishnan

ed.,

’Literary Treasures’- New Century Book House Pvt. Ltd, Chennai. 2011 A. Shanmugakani, ed., ‘Variety of English for Effective Communication – Mangan Publishing House , Madurai. 2007

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INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH-11 EL5MC11 QUESTION PATTERN Hours 3 hrs

Marks 60 Part - A

Choose the best answer.

10X1=10

(From detailed prose and poetry) Part-B Annotations. Answer the questions given below.

2 x 5=10

Answer any two out of three from detailed prose and poetry. Part-C Answer any two in about 200 words out of three from detailed and non detailed prose and poetry

2 x 5=10 Part-D

Answer any three essays not omitting any section in 400 words each 3X10=30 Section-A detailed (3 questions) Section-B Non- detailed (3 Questions)

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING Semester: V

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 5

: 11EL5CE1A

OBJECTIVE: To familiarize the learners with the methodology of teaching English. UNIT I:

(15 hours) Language Skills.

UNIT II:

(15 hours) Teaching Prose, Poetry and Grammar.

UNIT-III:

(15 hours)

1.

Teaching English as a second language.

2.

Practice drill.

3.

Contextualized drills.

4.

Language games.

5.

Substitution tables.

UNIT IV:

(15 hours)

Tests and Evaluation UNIT V:

(15 hours) Audio – visual Aids for teaching English.

COURSE BOOKS: 1.

Dr. G. Hudson and R. Agatha, ‘Technology of Teaching English’820 HUD, G. C2 N. V. K. S. D college of Education, attor, K.K.Dist.

2.

Neena Dash and M. Dash, ‘Teaching English as an Additional

Language’atlantic

Distributors, New Delhi. 2007

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Publishers

and

3.

T.C. Banruah, ‘The English Teacher’s Handbook’ III Revised Edition, Sterling Publishers. 2005

4.

N.

Krishnamurthy

and

Lalitha

Krishnaswamy,

‘Teaching English’ Macmillan India Ltd., 2003 BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Nagaraj,

Gheetha,

‘English

Language

Teaching:

Approaches, Methods and Techniques’ Regional Institute of English, Bangalore, Orient

Longman, 2 nd Revised

Edition. 2008 Heinle Paul, ‘Teaching English as a Second Language, New Delhi sterling Publishers. 2011

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING-11EL5CE1A QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3 hrs

Marks 60 PART –A

Answer any five out of seven of the following questions in one or two sentences from units II, III, IV & V

5x1=5

PART –B Write short-notes on any two out of three of the following questions in 200 words each from all units(atleast one question from each unit)

2X5=10 PART –C

Write an essay on any three out of five in 400 words of the following questions from all units (atleast one question from each unit)

3X15=45

NOTE: Questions have to be confined to the prescribed course texts

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HUMAN RIGHTS LITERATURE Semester: V

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 5

: 11EL5CE1B

OBJECTIVES: To sensitize the students to human rights and human dignity. To create an awareness of the problems confronted by women and children in society. UNIT I: Introduction:

(10 hours)

What are human rights (The text of the universal Declaration of Human rights). UNIT II:

(15 hours)

1.

Ambai- ‘My Mother her crime’

2.

Johnson Diane: ‘Rape’.

UNIT III:

‘Wings’. (15 hours)

Devi Mahasweta:

Death of a Crusade’

‘Draupati’ ‘Beyond Communalism’. UNIT IV:

(15 hours)

Angelou, Maya:’ I Know ,why the caged bird sings’ Bama

: ‘ Karukku’.

UNIT V:

(20 hours)

Richard Rive: ‘The Bench’. Anand, Mulk Raj: Coolie. BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Angelou,Maya, ‘I know why the caged bird sings’ London : Virago press. 1984, Bama , Karukku: Trans.lakshmi Holm storm, Chennai, Macmillan India Ltd. 2000 Anand, Mulk raj, Coolie, New Delhi, Penquin, book India. 1993

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HUMAN RIGHTS LITERATURE- 11EL5CE1B QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60

Part-A Objective type questions from Unit-I &Unit-II

(Five out of Eight) 5x1=5

Part-B Answer in 200 words from Unit I & Unit-II (two out of four) 2x5=10 Part-C Three essays in 400 words from units III & IV (three out of six) 3x15=45

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SHAKESPEARE Semester: VI

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 7

: 11EL6MC12

OBJECTIVES: To introduce the students to the beauty and depth of Shakespeare’s plays To make students find for themselves that Shakespeare’s is for all time To help gaining a general understanding of Shakespeare’s plays UNIT I: Detailed

(25 hours)

Othello UNIT II: Detailed

(25 hours)

Much Ado About Nothing UNIT III: Non – detailed

(20 hours)

Julius Caesar UNIT IV: Non –detailed

(20 hours)

Romeo and Juliet UNIT V: General Shakespeare

(15 hours)

Shakespeare’s Theatre and Audience Shakespeare’s Comedies Shakespeare’s Tragedies BOOKS FOR REFERENCES A.C. Bradley, ‘Shakespearean Tragedy’ Oxford University Press. 2006, G.B Harrison, ‘Introducing Shakespeare’ Penguin Books. 1968 Wilson Knight, ‘The Imperial Theme’, NY Publishers. 1980,

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SHAKESPEARE-11EL6MC12 QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3hrs

Marks: 60 PART A

Choose the best answer (From Detailed Plays )

10 × 1 = 10

PART B Annotations



two

out

of

three

from

detailed

plays

2×5= 10 Answer the questions given below the passages PART C Write any two short answers in 200 words out of three from both detailed and non-detailed plays

2×5= 10

PART D Answer any three questions in 400 words not omitting any section 3×10=30 marks Section A – Three questions from Unit I and II Section B – Three questions from Unit III, IV and V

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LITERARY CRITICISM Semester: VI

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 7

: 11EL6MC13

UNIT I:

(20 hours) 1.

Plato

2.

Aristotle

UNIT II:

(20 hours)

1.

Sri Philip Sidney

2.

Dr. Johnson

3.

William Wordsworth

UNIT III:

(25 hours)

1.

T.S. Eliot

2.

I.A. Richards

3.

F.R. Leavis

UNIT IV:

(20 hours)

1.

Moralistic

2.

Sociological

UNIT V: 1.

(20 hours) Psychological

Introduction

to

Approaches

only

without reference 2.

Formalistic to application of these approaches

3.

Archetypal

COURSE BOOK: B. Prasad, ‘An Introduction to English Criticism’ Macmillan India Ltd. 1965,

125

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Wilbur Scott

‘Five Approaches to Literary Criticism’

MacMillan Publishers, London1962 David Lodge , , ‘20th Century Literary Criticism’, a Reader, Orient Longman, Essex. 1972 Hardy Willams, ‘20th Century Literary Criticism, the major statements’, Max West Brook Ed., 1963 Prasad, ‘An Introduction to English Criticism’ , Macmillan Indian Ltd. 1965,

126

LITERARY CRITICISM – 11EL6MC13 QUESTION PATTERN Time – 3 Hours

Maximum Marks – 60

PART –A Choose the correct answer

10x1=10

(Ten questions from I, II & III units) PART –B Write short essays of 200 words on any four of the following 4x5=20 (4 out of 6 questions from units I, II & III) PART –C Write essays of 400 words on any THREE of the following 3x10=30 (3 out of 5 questions from all units-atleast one question from each unit)

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WORLD LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION Semester: VI

Credits: 4

Code

Hours : 6

: 11EL6MC14

OBJECTIVES: To expose students to the various concepts of Comparative Literature from a research perspective To provide students a perspective of world classics. UNIT I: Poetry – Detailed

(15 hours)

G. U. Pope – Thirukkural(1-10) UNIT II: Prose –Detailed

(20 hours)

The Book of Mathew –Good News Bible(chapter 1-8) Prose –Non detailed Anatole France- Our Lady’s Juggler UNIT III: Drama – Non Detailed

(20 hours)

Anton Chekov – Uncle Vanya UNIT IV: Short stories -Non detailed

(15 hours)

1. Par Lagerkvist - Father and I 2. Franz Kafks

- The Married Couple

3.Guy De Maupassant –Love: Three Pages from Sportsman’s Book UNIT V: Fiction

(20 hours)

Vaasanthi –Prison BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Joseph Satin,’Reading Literature-Stories, Plays and Poems’, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1964. Gita Subramanian, ‘Prison’, New Horizon Media Private Ltd. Chennai, 2010. Cardinal Basil Hume,’Good News Bible- Todays English Version’- United Bible Societies, 1976. M. L. Tikoo, A. E. Subramaniam, Current English for Language Skills’- Macmillan India Limited, Chennai. 1975.

128

WORLD LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION-11EL6MC14 QUESTION PATTERN Hours 3 hrs

Marks 60

Part A Choose the best answer (From detailed poetry and prose) (10 X1=10) Part B Annotations (Answer the questions given below) Answer any two out of three from detailed Prose and poetry (2 X 5=10)

Part C Answer any two in about 200 words out of three from detailed and non-detailed prose and poetry

(2 X5=10)

Part D Answer any three essays not omitting any section in 400 words each 3 x10=30

Section A detailed -3 questions Section B Non – detailed-3 questions

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JOURNALISM Semester: VI

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 5

: 11EL6CE2A

OBJECTIVES: To enable the students to understand the impact of mass media. To motivate students to develop skills in journalism. UNIT I:

(15 hours) Definition. Principles of Journalism. Role of mass media. Kinds and effects.

UNIT II:

(15 hours)

Reporting. Kinds of Reporting Interview. UNIT III:

(15 hours)

News writing Writing feature Editorial and Review UNIT IV:

(15 hours)

Advertising Kinds Advertising Strategy. UNIT V:

(15 hours)

Characteristics of Internet Journalism. Writing for the Web Writing for E-Zines.

130

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: B.N Ahuja, ‘Theory and Practice of journalism’, Delhi Surjeet publications, 1993. D. S. Mehta, ‘Mass communication and Journalism in India’, New Delhi Allied Publishers 1975. P.P. Singh, J. K. D ‘Souza, ‘Hand Book of Journalism and Mass Communication, Anmol Publication. 1993

131

JOURNALISM -11EL6CE2A QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60

(For Part A, B and C there must be atleast one question from each unit)

Part A Answer the following in a sentence or two:

10x1=10

Part B Answer any four out of seven in a paragraph of 100 words each 4x 5=20 Part C Answer any two out of four in an essay of 400 words each 2 x 15=30

132

OBJECTIVE GENERAL ENGLISH Semester: VI

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 5

: 11EL6CE2B

OBJECTIVES: To provide a success- oriented sure-guidance to students who aspire to appear for all kinds of competitive Examinations and procure lucrative employment To enhance the students’ general awareness of English grammar To hone the students’ skill in the effective use of vocabulary To strengthen their writing skill UNIT I: Vocabulary

(20 hours)

Picking out synonyms P. No 3-6 Picking out antonyms P. No 56-59 Replacing the italicized words with their synonyms in the given sentences P.No 28-33 Replacing the italicized words with their antonyms in the given sentences P.No 72-76 Filling up blanks with appropriate words P. No 223-228 One word substitution for the italicized phrases/groups of words P. No 106-109 Improvement of Sentences P. No 394-399 UNIT II: Grammar

(15 hours)

Common Errors and How to avoid them P. No 339-350 Spotting Errors in the given sentences P. No 353-384 UNIT III: Structures

(15 hours)

Word Formation P. No 515-516

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Ordering of Words to form meaningful sentences P. No 447-452 Re-arrangement of sentences & Constructing a logical and coherent passage P. No 469-482 UNIT IV: Reading

(15 hours)

Comprehension Cloze- Reading UNIT V: Writing

(10 hours)

Detecting Themes of the passage COURSE TEXT: D.R. R.S. Aggarwal and Vikas Aggarwal

,

Objective

General EnglishBOOKS FOR REFERENCE: R. S. Aggarwal, Vical Aggarwal ‘ Quick Learning Objective General English’,s. chand company Ltd New Delhi, 2009. Board

of

Editors,

‘Active

English

Grammar

Composition’ Macmillan India Limited, Madras, 1984

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an

OBJECTIVE GENERAL ENGLISH- 11EL6CE2B QUESTION PATTERN Time: 3 hours

Marks: 60

UNIT I: Picking out synonyms

3x1=3

Picking out antonyms

3x1=3

Replacing the italicized words with their synonyms in the given sentences

3x1=3

Replacing the italicized words with their antonyms in the given sentences

3x1=3

Filling up blanks with appropriate words

3x1=3

One word substitution for the italicized phrases/groups of words

3x1=3

Improvement of Sentences

3x1=3

UNIT II: Filling up blanks with article/ preposition/ tense/ noun/ pronoun/ adjective/

5x1=5

adverb / gerund Spotting Errors in the given sentences

5x1=5

UNIT III: Forming words

3x1=3

Ordering of Words to form meaningful sentences 5x1=5 Re-arrangement of sentences & Constructing a logical and coherent passage

1x5=5

UNIT IV: Answering the questions given under the passage 5x1=5 Filling up the blanks from the list of words given under the passage

10x ½ =5

UNIT V: Detecting themes of the passage

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6x1=6

INTRODUCTION TO PHONETICS Semester: VI

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 5

: 11EL6CE3A

OBJECTIVES: To enable the students learn English phonetics and improve their English pronounciation. To help them speak English with correct stress and intonation. UNIT I:

(15 hours) 1.

Definitions of English phonetics.

2.

Organs of speech.

UNIT II:

(15 hours)

1.

Vowels.

2.

Diphthongs

UNIT III: 1.

(15 hours) Consonants

UNIT IV:

(15 hours)

1.

Stress

2.

Intonation

UNIT V:

(15 hours)

Phonetic Transcription of Words COURSE BOOK: T. Balasubramanian, ‘A Course Book of English phonetics for Indian students’ Macmilan, New Delhi,1989

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BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: 1.

O’Conner, T. D- ‘Phonetics’ London: Routledge, 1995

2.

J. Sethi and P.V. Dhanuja- ‘A course in Phonetics and Spoken English’, Rajkamal Electric Press, New Delhi, 2011.

3.

O’ Conner, T. D.Better Englis pronounciation. LondonCambridge University press 1981.

4.

Jones, Daniel, ‘The Pronounciation of English’, Cambridge University Press, 1956.

5.

Jones, Daniel – English Pronouncing Dictionary’ London: CUP, 1999.

137

INTRODUCTION TO PHONETICS-11EL6CE3A QUESTION PATTERN Hours: 3 hrs

Marks-60

(There must be atleast one question from each unit)

PART –A Answer any Ten out of fifteen of the following questions in one or Two sentences

10X1=10 PART –B

Write short-notes on any two out of four of the following questions. 2X5=10 PART –C Write an essay on any three out of five of the following questions 3X10=30 PART –D Transcribe any ten out of 15 of the following words. 10X1=10

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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Semester: VI

Credits: 5

Code

Hours : 5

: 11EL6CE3B

OBJECTIVES: To Expose Students to the theory & mechanics of research writing To Provide students with knowledge on the fundamental aspects of research UNIT I :

(15 hours)

Research Writing 1.

The Research Paper

2.

Selecting a Topic

3.

Using the Library

4.

Compiling a working Bibliography

5.

Taking Notes

UNIT II:

(15 hours)

Research Writing 1.

Plagiarism

2.

Outlining

3.

Writing Draft

4.

Guide to Writing

UNIT III:

(15 hours)

Mechanics of Writing 1.

Punctuation

2.

Names of Person

3.

Titles in the research papers

4.

Quotations

UNIT IV:

(15 hours)

Documenting Sources

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1.

What to document

2.

Parenthetical documentation and

the list of works

cited 3.

Information required in Parenthetical documentation

UNIT V:

(15 hours)

Abbreviations and Reference Words 1.

Geographical Names

2.

Common Scholarly Abbreviations and Reference words

3.

Publishers Names

4.

Symbols and Abbreviations used in Proof Reading and correction

COURSE BOOK: Kothari C. R., ‘Research Methodology- Methods and Techniques’,

Second

Revised

edition,

New

Age

International Publishers, 2004. Gibaldi, Joseph. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 7th Ed. New York: MLA Publications, 2004. BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: William F. Irmscher, ‘The Holt Guide to English – a Contemporary Handbook of Rhetoric, Language and Literature”, Second edition, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New Yark, 1976

140

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY- IIEL6CE3B QUESTION PATTERN Time – 3 Hours

Maximum marks 60

(For Part A and B there must be atleast one question from each unit) Part A Answer any five out of seven questions from all units in 50 words each

5 x2=10

Part B Answer any four out of six questions from all units in 200 words each

4 x 5=20

Part C Essay Questions from Unit I & II one out of three 1x 10=10

Part D Project

20

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CERTIFICATE COURSE IN COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH Credits: 1 Code

: CCUCCE01

Hours : 2

OBJECTIVE: To improve the communicative skills of learners. UNIT I: LISTENING Listening to Speeches and Narration of Stories and Incidents and News Bulletin Answering Questions UNIT II: SPEAKING 1. Situational Dialogues and Conversations 2. Group Discussion 3. Interviews 4. Pronunciation i)

Sounds-Vowels and Consonants

ii) Intonation UNIT III: READING 1. Rapid Silent Reading 2. Intensive Reading UNIT IV:WRITING 1. Message 2. Resume 3. Situational Dialogues and Conversations UNIT V: GRAMMAR 1. Framing Questions 2. Negatives 3. Helping Verbs 4. Question Tag 5. S-V Agreement

142

BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1.

Srinivasan, Hema, Alamelu Ramrkrishana, and Valli Arunachalam.Communication Skills

2.

A Practical Approach. New Delhi; Frank Bros. & co., 2001.

3.

Pillai, G. Radhakrishnam, L. Rajeevan and Bhaskaran Nair. Spoken English for You. New Delhi: Emerald Publishers, 1989.

4.

Pillai

,

G.

Radhakrisnan,

L.Rajeevan

,and

BhaskaranNir. Written English for You. New Delhi: Emerald Publishers, 1989. 5.

Sasikumar, V. and P.V.Dhamija. Spoken English: A Self- Learning Guide to Conversation Practice. New Delhi: Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company Limited, 2002.

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EVALUATION MODE COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH – THEORY PAPER Internal Assessment

-

40 Marks

External Evaluation

-

60 Marks

I. Reading Comprehension

-

5 Marks

II. Writing Dialogue

-

5 Marks

III. Intonation

-

5 Marks

IV. Exercise in Grammar

-

10 Marks

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

V. Listening to Cassettes and Answering Questions VI. Group Discussion Total

- 5 Marks

-

10 Marks

-

40 Marks

EXTERNAL EXAMINATION – QUESTION PAPER PATTERN TIME – 3 HOURS

TOTAL MARKS- 60

I. Comprehension

-

10 Marks

(Ten Multiple Choice Questions and Ten True/False Questions) II. Resume

-

10 Marks

III. Completing the Conversation

-

5 Marks

IV. Matching Exercise (Conversational Patterns)-

10 Marks

V. Exercise in Grammar

20 Marks

-

VI. Transcription of Monosyllabic Words

-

3 Marks

(Three out of Six Words) VII. Intonation Total

-

2 Marks

-

60 Marks

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Exercise in Grammar a)

Spotting errors

-

5 Marks

b)

Rewrite as directed

-

5 Marks

(Framing Questions, Negatives and Question Tags) c)

Fill in the blanks with Helping Verbs

-

5 Marks

d)

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate

-

5 Marks

form of the verb is given in brackets (5 out of 8) Total

145

-

20 Marks

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH – PAPER II (PRACTICAL – 100 MARKS) Credits: 1 Code

: CCUCCEP1

Hours : 2

(INTERNAL ASSESSMENT ONLY) 1. Listening

-

20 Marks

2. Reading

-

20 Marks

3. Dialogue/Conversation

-

20 Marks

4. Group Discussion

-

20 Marks

5. Interviews

-

20 Marks

-

100 Marks

TOTAL

146

LIST OF SKILL BASED ELECTIVES SEMESTER- III

Principles of Tourism

11HY3SK05

Departments offering the Courses History

Spoken English

11EL3SK05

English

Ntiy topfhl;b –I

11TL3SK05

Tamil

Basics of Accounting

11CO3SK05

Commerce

Salesmanship

11BA3SK05

Business Administration

Service Marketing

11CC3SK05

Commerce C.A.

Vocational Mathematics

11MA3SK05

Mathematics

Digital Photography

11PH3SK05

Physics

Food Preservation

11CH3SK05

Chemistry

Ornamental Fish Culture

11ZO3SK05

Zoology

Flash

11CS3SK05

Computer Science

Title of the Paper

Code

147

LIST OF SKILL BASED ELECTIVES

SEMESTER- IV Title of the Paper

Code

Tourism Products

11HY4SK06

Departments the Courses History

offering

Written English

11EL4SK06

English

Ntiy topfhl;b –II

11TL4SK06

Tamil

E-Commerce

11CO4SK06

Commerce

Interview Techniques

11BA4SK06

Business Administration

Fundamentals of Securities

11CC4SL06

Commerce with C.A.

Vocational Mathematics

11MA4SK06

Mathematics

Mobile Technology

11PH4SK06

Physics

Everyday Chemistry

11CH4SK06

Chemistry

Apiculture

11ZO4SK06

Zoology

Market

Java Script

11CS4SK06

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Computer Science

LIST OF NON MAJOR ELECTIVES

SEMESTER - III

11HY3NE01

Departments offering the Courses History

11EL3NE01

English

nra;ASk; ,yf;fzKk;

11TL3NE1A

Tamil

Advertising and Media

11CO3NE01

Commerce

Fundamentals of Management

11BA3NE01

Business

Title of the Paper Banking - 1 English

for

Competitive

Code

Examination

Administration Introduction to Income Tax

11CC3NE01

Commerce C.A.

Discrete Mathematics

11MA3NE01

Mathematics

Home Electronics

11PH3NE01

Physics

Health and Chemistry

11CH3NE01

Chemistry

Food and Nutrition

11ZO3NE01

Zoology

Web Designing

11CS3NE01

Computer Science

149

LIST OF NON MAJOR ELECTIVES

IV SEMESTER Title of the Paper

Code

Indian constitution

11HY4NE02

Departments offering the Courses History

Functional English

11EL4NE02

English

ehlff;fiy

11TL4NE2A

Tamil

Insurance Management

11CO4NE02

Commerce

Leadership Styles

11BA4NE02

Global Marketing

11CC4NE02

Business Administration Commerce with C.A.

Fundamentals of Management Techniques Astrophysics

11MA4NE02

Mathematics

11PH4NE02

Physics

Applied Chemistry

11CH4NE02

Chemistry

Family Health Care

11ZO4NE02

Zoology

Visual Basic Script

11CS4NE02

Computer Science



The paper should not be opted by B.Com. students For students not learned Tamil mbg;gil vspa jkpo; - I

11TL3NE1C

mbg;gil vspa jkpo; - II

11TL4NE2C

For students opted other languages under Part - I nray; Kiw ,yf;fzk;

11TL3NE1B

,aw;wkpo;

11TL4NE2B

150

EXTRA CREDITS The student can earn more Credits by taking extra Credit Courses outside regular hours in all Semesters other than the mandatory requirement for awarding a Degree . The details regarding the extra Credits are given below:

Each Certificate course

Extra Credits 2

Each Self Study Paper

2

EVERONN Course – (English Enhancement)

1

Spoken English Course (Nurture Resources Ltd)

1

Soft Skill Course (Nurture Resources Ltd)

1

Attending Seven–day Camp in NSS

1

Attending a Ten-day camp (state/national level) in NCC

1

Participating in Inter-University/State/National level Tournament

1

Courses

OVERALL PERFORMANCE The GPA (Grade Point Average) is calculated as below. Sum of the multiplication of Grade Points by the GPA =

Credits of the Courses Sum of the Credits of the Courses in a Semester

The CGPA

(Cumulative Grade Point Average) is calculated as

below: Sum of the multiplication of Grade Points by the CGPA =

Credits of the entire Programme Sum of the Credits of the Courses of the entire Programme

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