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various types of gymnosperms:morphology,,,anatomy,,,reproduction

The study of fungi.

meaning and importance of man power planning

Syllabus- house hold, Municipal& Industrial Solid Waste, Nondegradable ,Degradeble &biodegradeable waste, Haz ardous wastes-Pollution due to plastic, Solid waste management, Recycling, Digestion-dumping-Incinerator-Land treatment and composting-Impact of medical waste and e waste and their disposal,Energy production from wastes

HRM has been recognised as an essential part of every managers responsibility.This course tries to open the doors of management of people for the students and to create an awareness about human resource management.

This course if for sixth semester B.Com students

This course is for final year B.com students

java is a simple language
DBMS - UG & PG Important Subject
The course aims to provide a detailed understanding of the figures of speech in English Literature.

A chronological survey of the various periods of English literature. The course covers the literary ground from the Old English poetry till the mid twentieth century, emphasizing on the emergence ,evolution and progress of English language and literature.  The course examines the major literary movements and events in the context of social, political, religious and economic changes that moulded the history of England. 

MODULE III: INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE

Topics: Operating Systems - Windows- Windows versions- Linux – Linux distributions- Free software- software licenses - Software Tools (applications) - Windows software tools- Word, PowerPoint, Excel - Linux tools - Open Office, etc. Security issues- viruses - antivirus tools.

1. AIM OF THE COURSE

The course studies what is language and what knowledge a language consist of. This is provided by basic examination of internal organization of sentences, words, and sound systems. The course assumes no prior training in linguistics. Students of Linguistics begin their studies by learning how to analyze languages, their sounds

(phonetics and phonology), their ways of forming words (morphology), their sentence structures (syntax), and their systems of expressing meaning (semantics).

2. OBJECTIVES OTHE COURSE

• To lead to a greater understanding of the human mind, of human communicative action and relations through an objective study of language

  • To familiarize students with key concepts of Linguistics and develop awareness of latest trends in Language Study

  • To help students towards a better pronunciation and to improve the general standard of pronunciation in every day conversation and in reading.

  • To help the students develop a sense of English grammar, idioms, syntax and usage.

  • To improve writing and speech skills.

SEMESTER IN WHICH THE COURSE IS TO BE TAUGHT :6

NO. OF CREDITS 4

NO. OF CONTACT HOURS 90 (5 hrs/wk)

 

Gender studies provides a frame work for describing how ideas and assumptions about biological sex and gender influence the political, social and cultural construction of gender identities. 

This paper intends giving a historical background to English literature....

INTRODUCTION,PARTICLE PROPERTIES OF WAVES,

Transient currents                                                7 hours Max marks 20

Growth and decay of current in LR and CR circuits – measurement of high resistance by
leakage – growth of charge and discharge of a capacitor through LCR circuit – theory of
BG – experiment to determine charge sensitiveness of BG using a standard condenser and
HMS.
 (Sections 12.1 to 12.6, 10.10 to 10.13 and section 11.14 of Electricity and magnetism by
R. Murugeshan)
4. AC circuits                                                                                 12 hours Max marks 27

AC through L, C, R, LC, CR, LR and LCR – resonance and resonant circuits – repulsion
between coil and conductor – j operators, application to AC circuits – AC bridges –
Anderson and Rayleigh bridge.
(Sections 22.1, 22.2, 22.3, 22.6, 22.7, 22.10, 22.11, 22.13, 22.18 to 22.22.1, 22.23 of

Core Course IX 72 hours (Credit 4)

PH5 B09: ELECTRONICS (ANALOG & DIGITAL)

UNIT I

1. Semiconductor rectifiers and DC Power supplies 8 hours. Max marks 15

Preliminaries of rectification, Bridge rectifier, Efficiency, Nature of rectified output,

Ripple factor, different types of filter circuits, voltage multipliers, Zener diode voltage

stabilization (sections 6.13-6.15, 6.17 - 6.27 V.K Mehta)

2. Transistors: 14 hours Max marks 27

Different transistor amplifier configurations:- C-B, C-E, C-C, their characteristics,

amplification factors, their relationships, Load line Analysis, Expressions for voltage gain,

current gain and power gain of C.E amplifier, cut-off and saturation points, Transistor

biasing, Different types of biasing - Base resistor, voltage divider bias method, single stage

transistor amplifier circuit, load line analysis, DC and AC equivalent circuits. (Section 8.7

- 8.10, 8.12-8.22, 9.2-9.8, 9.11-9.12, 10.4-10.5, 10.7-10.9 V K Mehta)

3. Multistage Transistor amplifier 4 hours Max marks 10

R.C coupled amplifier- frequency response, and gain in decibels, Transformer coupled

Amplifiers,Direct Coupled Amplifier,Comparison.

(Section 11.1-11.8, VK Mehta)

4. Feedback Circuits and Oscillators 8 hours Max marks 12

Basic principles of feedback, negative feedback and its advantages, positive feedback

circuits Oscillatory Circuits-LC, RC oscillators, tuned collector oscillator, Hartley,

Colpitt’s, phase shift and crystal oscillators - their expressions for frequency.

Sections (13.1-13.5, 14.1 - 14.13, 14.15-14.20 VK Mehta)

5. Special Devices and Opamp 12 hours Max marks 18

LED, basic idea of UJT, FET, MOSFET, OP-amp-basic operation,

application, inverting, Non-inverting, summing amplifiers, Differentiator integrator.

(Sections 7.2-7.4, 19.2-19.14, 19.14, 19.27-19.30, 21.11-21.14, 25.1, 25.16, 25.15-

25.17,25.23-25.26, 25.32, 25.34-25.35, 25.37 VK Mehta)

Psychology is the scientific study of human behavior and cognitive processes. It is derived from two separate fields, Philosophy and Physiology. It consists of processes like attention, memory, perception, learning etc.. 

Cognitive psychology is the scientific study of mind and mental function, including learning, memory, attention, perception, reasoning, language, conceptual development, and decision making. The modern study of cognition rests on the premise that the brain can be understood as a complex computing system.

Human physiology is the science of the mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions of normal humans or human tissues or organs. The principal level of focus of physiology is at the level of organs and systems.

TOURISM IN KERALA

Module I

Kerala tourism: an overview – geographical features of Kerala in brief, climate, flora and

fauna, society and culture, favourable condition for tourism growth in Kerala.

Module I

Cultural resources – Style of architecture, classical art forms, folk arts, martial art forms,

traditional art forms, handicrafts, painting, forts, palaces, museums, art galleries, parks, other

man-made attractions.

Module III

Natural resources: Flora and fauna, major wild life sanctuaries, waterfalls, national park,

biodiversity, hill stations, caves, beaches, backwaters, islands, mangroves, farms and

plantations, ecotourism in Kerala (all in brief).

Module IV

Developments in Kerala tourism: Department of Tourism, role of KTDC, DTPC, TRKL,

BRDC, KITTS, Ecotourism Directorate, Kerala tourism policy, Tourism vision statement,

Kerala tourism promotion, Travel marts, Road shows, publicity materials, sustainable tourism

Addon Course in zoology
Texile industry
The course is for the students of B.A Economics.  The paper aims to familiarise students with the functions and systems of capital market .
plant cell and water relatiions

This course on Reproductive Biology, is a beautiful story of how we ensure our food....for ourselves and for future generations

The second semester syllabus of PG botany, includes Genetics with modules. This course seeks to teach the modules on Linkage, Maternal inheritance, Quantitative inheritance etc

This subject deals with assessment of various entities and firm.
THIS SUBJECT COVERS ABOUT THE MANAGERIAL DECISON TAKEN FOR COMAPNY WITH VARIOUS TOOLS, MAINLY DEALING WITH FINANCING, INVESTING AND DIVIDEND DECISIONS.

This subject covers all factors affecting working of a business firm abroad.

MA English SEMESTER II

Optional Group C

EN2E07 : American Literature 

INTERACTION OF RADIATION WITH MATTER

RADIATION SOURCES

RADIATION UNITS

BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF RADIATION

RADIATION UNITS AND DOSIMETER

RADIATION PROTECTION, SHIELDING, TRANSPORTATION, DISPOSAL 

You can use this course to tryanything in the moodle. You can use any tools, NO restriction.

This course is for MOODLE Training on 23-02-2017


Instructors: Dr. P. ashkarali & Dr. A. R. Ramesh