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SWAYAM course details for undergraduate college students

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Check out complete course details and syllabus provided by government's initiative Swayam for under graduate students in colleges.

The MHRD’s initiative, SWAYAM, is a platform providing the opportunity for self-actualization providing ways for a life-long learning, putting forth virtually every course that is taught at the university/college/school level and these shall be offered by best of the teachers in India and elsewhere.

The courses provided are highly interactive, prepared by the best of teachers from all over the nation and are available, free of cost to the residents in India. The initiative aims to make the arms of education reach out to even the most remote areas pan India.

Undergraduate courses available

Depending on the stream chosen by the learner in Senior Secondary level various avenues of higher education are offered on SWAYAM, both for regular learners and part-time distance education learners.

  • Learners from Humanities stream in Senior Secondary can choose Under-Graduate programs of their choice in Humanities or Management either through regular institutions or via Open University.
  • Learners from Commerce stream in Senior Secondary can choose Under-Graduate programs of their choice in Commerce or Management either through regular institutions or via Open University.
  • Learners from Science stream in Senior Secondary can choose Under-Graduate programs of their choice in any stream offered on SWAYAM either through regular institutions or via Open University.

Based on the University where the learner has taken admission SWAYAM will provide the flexibility of Choice Based Credit Transfer System (CBCS) for the course enrolled. Completion of courses and earning of all credits through SWAYAM will provide the learner with a Graduation Degree from the university that the learner belongs to.

  • Audio visual media (1)

    The course provided in this category is Critical Thinking. The course is subdivided into 5 separate modules- Set Theory, Theory of Numbers, Constants and Variables, Sentential Calculus and Theory of Relations.

  • Films (1)

    The course offered in this category is Film Appreciation. The course focuses on helping the participants to appreciate cinema by understanding its distinct language, its narrative complexity and the way films control and stimulate our thoughts and feelings. Through various examples from Indian and international cinema, the course will explain how cinema as a visual medium, engages with us in constructing meaning.

  • Music (1)

    The course offered in the category is Appreciating Carnatic Music. Carnatic music is a vibrant musical tradition that has evolved and is largely practised, in Southern India and wherever else there is a significant diaspora of South Indians. All a student needs during the course is an interest in music, a willingness to bite into a music technically and aesthetically very different from popular music and other forms like Western Classical music. It would help if you have heard Carnatic music before, but that is not absolutely necessary. You will hear plenty of it during the course.

  • Performing arts (1)

    The course offered in this category is Spoken Tutorials: Java. The Java course is suitable for all levels of learners – Beginners as well as Junior experts.  The topics are arranged in a logical order of learning.  The courseware is designed for self-learning.  So the learners can begin at any topic as per their prior knowledge.

  • Photography (1)

    The course offered in this category is Basics Of Photography. Photography today has reached the hands of almost everyone. Thanks to the hi-tech digital single lens reflex cameras, cyber shot cameras and mobile phones, which have flooded the market. There is constant competition among the manufacturer to offer maximum features at a minimum cost.

  • Script writing (1)

    The course offered under this category is Penning for Frames. The Penning for Frames course will orient the students to the aesthetic and technical requirements of effective audio visual communication.After completing this course, students will have the ability to conceptualize fiction and non-fiction films, develop their structures, write the treatments and develop screenplays for fiction films and audio visual scripts for nonfiction films. They will also get a foundation on scripting for various genres of television programmes, including news and current affairs. The course will equip the students to meet the industry demands for script writers.

  • Visual art (1)

    The course offered under this category is Elements of Visual Representation.  Visual Art is compulsorily a successful visual arrangement. Visual Representation is a mode of nonlinguistic and nonverbal communication. It involves a wide range of symbolic icons that cannot be comprehended solely through intuition. The course introduces numerous theoretical constructs that enable its audiences to primarily understand the nature of visual medium and eventually develop a visual vocabulary to decode visual messages with a semiotic approach.

  • E learning (1)

    Three courses are offered int this category- Design and Facilitation of E-Learning CoursesBridging the Dementia Divide and Understanding Autism, Aspergers and ADHD.

    Design and Facilitation of E-Learning Courses–  This course describes the foundations, processes, models and theories and instructional design in practice that have evolved from the basic systemic approaches for e-learning environment. Keeping in view the need of the learners, teachers and practitioners of e-learning, this course is planned, designed and developed to acquaint them with the design aspects of Instructional Design. This course is run over 12 weeks and requires 3 to 5 hours of time in each week.

    Bridging the Dementia Divide– This massive open online course is suitable for anybody who is interested in dementia and its effects on society, culture and economics. The course also examines the pathophysiology of dementia in an accessible way, promoting a person-centred and holistic approach to care. Person-centred care promotes a partnership approach, placing the patient, service-user or client at the centre of care, ensuring their dignity (Kitwood, 1997).

    Understanding Autism, Aspergers and ADHD– In this course you will consider the often fine-lines between autism, Asperger’s and the subtypes of ADHD, as well as explore your own perceptions and assumptions of autism and ADHD along with commonly-held assumptions of classification and assessment.

  • E learning (2)

    Three courses are offered int this category- Design and Facilitation of E-Learning CoursesBridging the Dementia Divide and Understanding Autism, Aspergers and ADHD.

    Design and Facilitation of E-Learning Courses–  This course describes the foundations, processes, models and theories and instructional design in practice that have evolved from the basic systemic approaches for e-learning environment. Keeping in view the need of the learners, teachers and practitioners of e-learning, this course is planned, designed and developed to acquaint them with the design aspects of Instructional Design. This course is run over 12 weeks and requires 3 to 5 hours of time in each week.

    Bridging the Dementia Divide– This massive open online course is suitable for anybody who is interested in dementia and its effects on society, culture and economics. The course also examines the pathophysiology of dementia in an accessible way, promoting a person-centred and holistic approach to care. Person-centred care promotes a partnership approach, placing the patient, service-user or client at the centre of care, ensuring their dignity (Kitwood, 1997).

    Understanding Autism, Aspergers and ADHD– In this course you will consider the often fine-lines between autism, Asperger’s and the subtypes of ADHD, as well as explore your own perceptions and assumptions of autism and ADHD along with commonly-held assumptions of classification and assessment.

  • Aerospace (1)

    The course offered in this category is Introduction to Airplane performance. This course is designed to provide an integrated introductory treatment of airplane performance with flavor of aircraft design and flight testing. Candidates who have completed undergraduate or post-graduate course in Btech/BE in any discipline of engineering.

  • Bioengineering (3)

    There are three courses that are offered by the category- BioreactorsPrinciples of Downstream techniques in Bioprocess and Human Molecular Genetics.

    Bioreactors–  This course, bioreactors, will consider the heart of any bioprocess.  It will present all aspects that are relevant for an appreciation of all relevant aspects of bioreactors.  This course is expected to be of interest to students who want to learn about bioreactors, teachers who want to better understand the basis of their material, as well as industry personnel who are looking to better understand the principles and apply them to creatively solve their existing challenges.

    Principles of Downstream techniques in Bioprocess– This course, bioreactors, will consider the heart of any bioprocess.  It will present all aspects that are relevant for an appreciation of all relevant aspects of bioreactors.  This course is expected to be of interest to students who want to learn about bioreactors, teachers who want to better understand the basis of their material, as well as industry personnel who are looking to better understand the principles and apply them to creatively solve their existing challenges.

    Human Molecular Genetics– This is an introductory course designed primarily for students in the undergraduate or master’s programs interested in biomedical research, genetic counseling, medicine, and clinical genetics. This course is expected introduce the rapid advancements in our understanding the role of human genome in health and disease.

  • Biotechnology (1)

    The course offered under this category is Biostatistics and Design of experiments. Design of experiments is planning experimental strategy, screening a large number of parameters and selecting the important ones, determining the minimum number of experiments and deciding on the mode and manner in which experiment have to be conducted. The course encompasses topics such as distribution of data, sample size, tests of significance, data reduction, regression analysis, comparison of performance of drugs in clinical trials, design of experiments, screening and second order designs.

  • Chemical (1)

    The course available in the category is Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms. Time-frequency analysis (TFA) is concerned with simultaneous analysis of signals in time-and frequency-domains. A widely encountered topic in signal processing, TFA tools are the standard for the analysis of multiscale systems. Theoretical concepts are explained with practical demonstrations in MATLAB at each stage of the course.

  • Civil (1)

    The course offered by this category is Project Planning and Control. This course will cover the basic concepts in Project Planning and Control with a focus on construction projects. The course is relevant to Civil Engineering senior level undergraduate as well as post-graduate students in the area of construction management. Practicing engineers who are part of the planning team on construction projects will also benefit from the concepts covered in the course.

  • Computer Science (18)

    18 courses are covered under this category- Data Structures and File ManagementData Structure And File ProcessingDatabase Management SystemArtificial IntelligenceData StructureSoftware EngineeringOperating SystemIntroduction to Information Security – IInformation Security- IIFundamentals of database systemsDesign and Analysis of AlgorithmsFunctional Programming in HaskellComputer ArchitectureIntroduction to Data AnalyticsIntroduction to Programming in CDiscrete MathematicsProgramming and Data Structures and Database and Content Organisation.

    Data Structures and File Management– This course will introduce the basic concepts in Data structures and file management to the students/viewers/participants of the course. After completing this course, the student will be in position to understand these data structures and apply the concepts to refine his/her programming skills.

    Data Structure And File Processing– Objectives of the course: This course will introduce the basic concepts in Data structures and file management to the students/viewers/participants of the course. After completing this course, the student will be in position to understand these data structures and apply the concepts to refine his/her programming skills.

    Database Management System– Database management system is important in today’s world because of organizations are increasingly aware of importance of the information in solving many of the problems as we know that we went from the machine age to the information age and today the amount of information you have at the finger it means the success you get so this is very important and because of the decreasing cost of the data storage type cost of data storage is no longer in issue organizations storing increasing quantities of data become the norm ok and this data if you have large amount of data that has to be managed in the both in efficient and effective manner and to this because of this need the role of the need database management system have come into the picture and the role of database management system in the success of the organizations is very high. This lecture series provides a different database management systems and their usages in real world scenarios.

    Artificial Intelligence– There is a demand for programs which can learn from data, find patterns and deduce decisions out of it. Human Genome mapping, intrusion detection, sky survey in digital fashion, determining fraudulent financial transactions, determining if a Facebook post or a tweet has some relation to terrorist activities are possible with AI. Researchers (especially faculty researchers) who solve problems with inexactness, working with datasets, working in domains involving uncertainties, solving problems harder or impossible to be solved by conventional methods benefit immensely by going through this course.

    Data Structure– Now a days, data structures are very much useful in space research by providing the solution artificial intelligence problems. This lecture series provide a brief view about basic data structures and usages in real world applications. And also, provide a view for how to choose a data structure for a specific application.

    Software Engineering– Software engineering is concerned with all aspects of software production from the early stages of system specification through to maintaining the system after it has gone into use. This lecture series deals about software development models and processes and their component parts, software development practices. It also concentrates on various process in software engineering like Requirements engineering, System analysis, High-level design/architecture, Low-level design, Coding, Integration, Design and code reviews, Testing,  Maintenance, Project management and Configuration management.

    Operating System– Operating system has certain goals, the first goal is to execute the user programs and solve all the user problems in an easier manner. The second goal is to present the computer system to the user in an efficient and easier manner and the important goal of an operating system is going to manage the computer hardware in a most efficient manner. Hardware is of different types, there are permanent storage devices, temporary storage devices, an operating system should have the built in intelligence to manage the hardware in a most efficient manner.

    Introduction to Information Security – I– The level 1 course is intended to address the basics of information Security Concepts and the general industry trends. The learners will be learning about many things like Network Security & Common and Popular Tools Used, Current Trends in information Security, Cloud Computing etc.

    Information Security- II– The security of the system is a collective responsibility of Hardware and Software. In this second course in the Information Security series we shall deal with the hardware infrastructure available in contemporary architectures that are vital for building secure systems. We shall take the x86, ARM and PowerPC based architectures as case studies to explain the concepts.

    Fundamentals of database systems– Databases are at the core of all successful digital systems. The course will introduce the basics of database systems. In addition to the traditional relational database systems, it will also introduce briefly the new paradigm of NoSQL databases used in big data systems. The topics will cover all important aspects including normalization, query processing and transactions.

    Design and Analysis of Algorithms– This course will cover basic concepts in the design and analysis of algorithms.

    -Asymptotic complexity, O() notation
    -Sorting and search
    -Algorithms on graphs: exploration, connectivity, shortest paths, directed acyclic graphs, spanning trees
    -Design techniques: divide and conquer, greedy, dynamic programming
    -Data structures: heaps, union of disjoint sets, search trees
    -Intractability

    Functional Programming in Haskell– Functional programming is an elegant, concise and powerful programming paradigm.This style encourages breaking up programming tasks into logical units that can be easily translated into provably correct code. Haskell brings together the best features of functional programming and is increasingly being used in the industry, both for building rapid prototypes and for actual deployment.

    Computer Architecture– Computer architecture course deals with instruction set architecture, microarchitecture and efficient implementation of microarchitecture.

    In order to utilize the available transistors in a chip to improve computational power, various micro-architectural techniques have been proposed, which lead to the design of variety of processors, from simple in-order pipeline processors to recent multi-core processors. The course provides a detailed understanding of various processor microarchitectural designs, which include in-order scalar pipeline design, out-of-order superscalar processor design, and multicore processor design.

    Introduction to Data Analytics– Data Analytics is the science of analyzing data to convert information to useful knowledge. This knowledge could help us understand our world better, and in many contexts enable us to make better decisions.

    This course seeks to present you with a wide range of data analytic techniques and is structured around the broad contours of the different types of data analytics, namely, descriptive, inferential, predictive, and prescriptive analytics.

    Introduction to Programming in C– This is a course in programming in C. No prior programming experience is assumed; however, mathematical maturity at the level of a second year science or engineering undergraduate is assumed.
    We emphasize solving problems using the language, and introduce standard programming techniques like alternation, iteration and recursion. We will briefly glimpse the basics of software engineering practices like modularization, commenting, and naming conventions which help in collaborating and programming in teams.

    Discrete Mathematics– In this course we will cover the basics of discrete mathematics. We will be learning about the different proof techniques and how to use them for solving different kind of problems. We will introduce graphs and see how graphs can be used for modeling of different problems and see how this can help in solving problems. We will learn how to count the number of possibilities that can arise in different situations.

    Programming and Data Structures– This is a course about the design and usage of different data structures to make programming  error-free.  We will use C as the programming language for designing  data structures and instantiating them in our programs.  We assume that you are comfortable (not expert) with the C programming language and are willing to learn and practice as the course progresses.

    Database and Content Organisation–  This is an interesting course which introduces you to the concepts of Database, Content Organisation, MySQL, WINISIS and some emerging trends.

    This course provides instruction on the database concepts, elements of DBMS, Database models, fundamentals of database design, database implementation with a focus on library and information science practice, use of WINISIS, MySQL and some emerging trends. Related and current database management technologies will be used to illustrate the hands-on experiences.

  • English (5)

    The category holds five courses, namely- Practical English: Learning and TeachingLiterary Theory and Literary CriticismTechnical English for EngineersLanguage and Mind and Language and society.

    Practical English: Learning and Teaching– One of the aims of this course is to teach practical English without any textbook and avoiding references to formal grammar as far as possible. Along with that, it illustrates the employed scheme and methodology of teaching in full view of the participants. As such, a sincere follower of this course will not only develop a good command over English in all its operational aspects, but also acquire the technique of teaching it to others.

    Literary Theory and Literary Criticism– Consisting a total of 18 lectures, the content of the course is unconventional and really important according to the changing times. Drawing back from the classical and neo-classical age and coming down to as far as the syntax theory and further, the course has much to offer to literature and journalism students.

    Technical English for Engineers– The course covers all the areas of grammar necessary for the undergraduate students of engineering sciences. This includes topics such as reading/writing/listening comprehension, note taking, summarizing, report writing, along with elements of grammar and vocabulary. The course is designed for self-study, where participants will be required to solve regular quizzes and assignments, and can also be used as an add-on to classroom teaching.

    Language and Mind– Language learning can be put under three broad perspectives. Some believe language is pairing of lexicon and syntax i.e. of words and the set of rules that defines how we can combine those words most fundamental of these rules are innate i.e. they are already there in the human mind before it is exposed to society. Throughout the course the educators will try to be familiar with relationship between language and human mind; to understand language as a special purpose cognitive ability; and to understand underlying mental computation for natural language processing.

    Language and society– Language is central to our existence. It is hard to think of ourselves, our societies, and culture without language. Language is a primary means of socialization. It interacts with the social, political and economic power structures. The primary objective of this course is to examine relationship between language and society with respect to the nature of language.

  • Literature (1)

    The course available under this category is Modern British Literature. This is one of the main areas of study in English Literature the world over. It focuses on a crucial time when English Literature underwent revolutionary changes in its poetics and politics and is central to understanding subsequent developments on both sides of the Atlantic. The writers covered are canonical and have made major contributions in their genres. Some of them have been critics who have moulded the tastes of readers over generations.

  • Russian (2)

    Two courses are offered under this category- Russian Literature of the XIX Century: PROSE and Theory of Literature.

    Russian Literature of the XIX Century: PROSE– The course begins with the works of Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin, the father of Modern Russian Literature, and his works that made a great impact not only in his own country, but also in the entire realm of world literature. Other authors are Mikhail Lermontov, Nikolai Gogol, Ivan Goncharov, Ivan Turgenev, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Leo Tolstoy and Anton Chekhov. The course has been designed to have parity with syllabi to be at par with those at national and international levels.

    Theory of Literature-Spread over 35 modules, the topics are organised logically to cover all major aspects of Theory of Literature. The course begins with a discussion on the peculiarities of works of literature, and further it attempts at defining and understanding different literary concepts, terminologies, the functions of literature and various literary trends and movements.

  • Entrepreneurship (2)

    Two courses available in this category are- Technology Transfer through Joint Venture and Legal Compliance for Incorporating Startup.

    Technology Transfer through Joint Venture– Under the ‘Make in India’ program different companies and PSU want to be market competitive. To do that they require appropriate organization structure which may secure trust of partner organization and effectively absorb the technology.  The new organization (i.e. JV) will also provide for better revenue model. To execute JV, one needs understanding of compliance and nuances of incorporating a company. This course will prepare the candidate to that end.

    Legal Compliance for Incorporating Startup– Engineering start up is an area of interest to science and engineering students and the Government is also actively supporting this process. Business compliance requirement in India is very high. So it poses difficulty to the young entrepreneurs as to how and what form of business organization to choose for their start-up. This course is aimed at educating the students in that direction.

  • Finance (1)

    The course available under this category is Quantitative Finance. The course covers the latest tools used in Quantitative Finance and covers the whole gamut of relevant topics like boot strapping, time series analysis, stochastic programming, analysis of panel data, etc. It will equip the students with necessary tools needed to understand how these different concepts may be used in the field of quantitative finance.

  • Human Resources (1)

    The course provided in this category is Principles of Human Resource Management. Management of human resources is the most important function in any organization. It is essential to achieve a balance between caring for one’s employees, helping them work to their maximum potential and achieving the goals of an organization through the work the employees put in. This course is specifically designed to sensitize students who are preparing to enter the workforce to issues related to workforce management.

  • Marketing (3)

    There are three course available under this category- Principles of Marketing ManagementRetail management and Marketing Management-I.

    Principles of Marketing Management– This course focuses on practical aspects of marketing to build a real outlook of students for understanding the markets. The participants will be able to learn the strengths of marketing skills to connect with customers for selling goods and services in an innovative way. The students will be able to listen lectures through recorded videos and then solve assignments given at the end of each lecture. The course can be learned by interacting and listening to recorded lectures and taking up self paced process of evaluation.

    Retail management– The Course is about various facets of Retail sector. It also covers various functions like Operations, store planning, Marketing and use of latest technologies in Retail. The course stretches for 8 weeks. Anyone who has completed 10+2 can enroll for the course.

    Marketing Management-I– This is part-I of a course on Marketing Management. The objective of the course is to introduce the participants to principles and practices, theoretical building blocks of marketing, its role as an organizational engine and the evolving marketing process of today. At the end of the course, a participant will be able to understand and manage the core marketing management function.

  • Operations Research (1)

    The course available in this category is Introduction to Operations Research. Operations Research (OR) is a discipline that helps to make better decisions in complex scenarios by the application of a set of advanced analytical methods. It couples theories, results and theorems of mathematics, statistics and probability with its own theories and algorithms for problem solving. Applications of OR techniques spread over various fields in engineering, management and public systems.

  • Services (1)

    There are two courses provided in this category- Managing Services and Managerial Economics.

    Managing Services– Service is the key economic engine for most developed countries and also for emerging economies like India.  This course focuses on the interdisciplinary nature of Service Management seamlessly spanning Marketing, Operations, Technology and People Management. New Service Business Models will be explored that seek to balance People, Planet concerns with Profit objectives.

    Managerial Economics– Most business schools have a course on Managerial Economics as part of the MBA curriculum. Exposure to Economics is essential for all students of management. This course will provide a simple introduction to Managerial Economics and use minimum mathematics.

  • Basic (1)

    There are two courses available under this course- An Invitation to Mathematics and Critical Thinking.

    An Invitation to Mathematics– This course is an introduction to the ideas and methods of mathematics.The only prerequisite is some familiarity with topics in a typical high school mathematics curriculum. We will revisit many of these from a more conceptual viewpoint and through numerous examples. Special emphasis will be laid on the interconnections between seemingly disjoint topics.

    Critical Thinking– This is a course has length of 10 hours. The course is subdivided into 5 separate modules. A student opting for this course should follow the following path:

    –  Set Theory
    –  Theory of Numbers
      Constants and Variables
       Sentential Calculus
      Theory of Relations

  • Calculus (2)

    There are two courses in available under this category- Basic Calculus for Engineers, Scientists and Economists and Differential Calculus in Several Variables.

    Basic Calculus for Engineers, Scientists and Economists– This course in basic calculus intends to equip the engineering and science with the mathematical tools that they would primarily require for their studies. The emphasis is on understanding the concepts through examples and exercises. There will be no detailed proof of results unless it is very simple.

    Differential Calculus in Several Variables– This is part of a standard course contents in Several Variable Calculus. The idea of the course is to provide students with different backgrounds a common platform to take up further topics in Mathematics, Physics and Engineering.

  • Statistics (3)

    There are three courses covered by this category- Foundations Of Mathematical StatisticsProbability and Stochastics for finance and Probability and Statistics.

    Foundations Of Mathematical Statistics– The course deals with the basic aspects of Mathematical Statistics.  The contents of this course are inevitable for any students who wish to study Statistical concepts.  The students of Statistics, Mathematics, Economics, Commerce, Bioinformatics, etc., are equally benefited with this course as a stepping stone to the broad area of Statistical science.  The course aims to provide foundations in descriptive statistics and probability.

    Probability and Stochastics for finance– This course provides the minimum mathematical requirements to study mathematical finance or more precisely the pricing of financial derivatives. Senior UG or PG students in Mathematics,Physics, Economics or Finance with mathematics as one of the subjects can take part in the course. Professionals from the finance industry can enroll too.

  • Biochemistry (1)

    The course covered under this category is Biochemistry. The course deals with an understanding of biological macromolecules: proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and nucleic acids. The structure and functional roles of the macromolecules will be studied in addition to fundamentals of enzyme chemistry: kinetics, mechanisms, inhibition, structure and mechanism.

  • Biology (1)

    The course covered under this category is Developmental Biology. The present core course has been specially designed for the students studying in the subject of Zoology at college or university level as per the UGC approved curriculum. In addition, this core course can also be opted by undergraduate students of relevant disciplines of Biological Sciences including Biochemistry, Life-science, Biomedical Technology, Biotechnology, Clinical Research, Cell Biology, Toxicology, Molecular Biology, Veterinary Sciences as well as Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Paramedical, Medical and Dental Courses.

  • Chemistry (5)

    Five courses are covered in this category- Atomic Structure and Chemical BondingOrganic chemistry 1, Organic Chemistry II (Reaction mechanisms 1)Chemistry – I and Chemistry – II.

    Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding– The course is designed to address the needs of the learners of first semester of B.Sc. Chemistry and B.Sc. Physical Science under CBCS of UGC. In this course, a conceptual development approach is followed as against the typical descriptive approach. Instead of stating the concepts an attempt is made to gradually build up their understanding and put them in perspective.

    Organic chemistry– This course ‘Organic Chemistry-I’ will cater to 1st semester of CBCS based curricula of B.Sc. Chemistry and B.Sc. Physical Science (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) under ‘Section-B’ of the paper ‘Chemistry-DSC 2A: Atomic Structure, Bonding, General Organic Chemistry & Aliphatic Hydrocarbons’. It will also cater to Section-B of Generic Elective paper namely ‘Atomic Structure, Bonding, General Organic Chemistry & Aliphatic Hydrocarbons’ of B.Sc. Honours with Chemistry CBCS syllabus.

    Organic Chemistry II (Reaction mechanisms 1)– This course entitled “Organic Chemistry-II (Reaction Mechanism-I)” has been designed in a very systematic and logical manner for self-learning of a virtual learner. This course shall be presented through a variety of multimedia enriched e-content, activities and assessments so that you are able to understand various topics very well.

    Chemistry – I– The Course is divided into two units, namely, Quantum Chemistry: Introduction and Introduction to Molecular Spectroscopy. The student is expected to have sufficient background information to attempt the study of quantum mechanics of larger and other real systems. The solutions for the Schrodinger equation for the hydrogen molecule ion and hydrogen molecule will also help the student to study overlap, exchange and Coulomb contributions to chemical bonding in other larger systems.

    Chemistry – II– Molecular Spectroscopy is a fundamentally important branch of Physical Chemistry and is vital for all practising chemists, biologists and material scientists. It is also the field providing experimental verification of a large number of quantum mechanical concepts and enables researchers to obtain some of the most basic and important information about molecules such as bond length, bond angles, bond strengths, optical and magnetic properties.

  • Genetics (1)

    The category contains one course- Genetics. The course would be an effective support to traditional teaching of genetics. Through the use of interesting video-graphics, discussion forums and e-contents it would significantly help to lever up the quality of delivering the course on genetic basis of life as an ‘add on’ to specialized teaching-learning process.

  • Physics (1)

    The category contains two course- Mechanics, Heat, Oscillations and Waves and Natural Resource Management and Sustainable Development.

    Mechanics, Heat, Oscillations and Waves– The course will deal, respectively, with a limited selection of specific topics included in the CBSE Std. XI and Std. XII physics curricula. The topics to be discussed are those which involve basic concepts and fundamental principles, and which therefore have wide applicability. They are also the topics that are conceptually the deepest, and must therefore be understood as clearly as possible.

    Natural Resource Management and Sustainable Development– Given the condition the resources, accessibility and the planet, at large, the situation has boiled up to the brim and can no longer be ignored. To educate over the issue and impart knowledge on how one can manage natural resources at an individual and societal level and develop sustainably, the course has been introduced.

  • Sericulture (1)

    The category covers the course of Mulberry and Silkworm Crop Protection. The course comes with the objectives-

    • To create awareness on the protection of mulberry and silkworm crops.
    • To have a better understanding about the status, classification, season of occurrence and life cycle of pests infesting mulberry and silkworm.
    • This course will provide an opportunity to the students to gain knowledge on the status, classification, season of occurrence and disease cycle of causal organism infecting both mulberry and silkworm.
    • The course also throws light on the management of pests and diseases of mulberry and silkworm with special reference to integrated approaches.
  • Zoology (1)

    The course covered by the category is Cell Biology. This core course is UGC approved curriculum for under graduate students in Zoology of College/University. In addition, it can be opted by under graduate students of other Biological Sciences (Botany, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Clinical Research, Biomedical Technology, Genetics, Environmental Sciences) as well as Pharmacy, Paramedical, Medical, Dental and Veterinary sciences.

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