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by Dr. Reeja P.S. FACULTY - Saturday, 15 July 2017, 4:45 PM

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Available courses

This course is intended for those preparing for PG entrance exams in Statistics from 2016-19 batch

Food microbiology is the study of the microorganisms that inhabit, create, or contaminate food, including the study of microorganisms causing food spoilage. Nature uses microorganisms to carry out fermentation processes, and for thousands of years mankind has used yeasts, molds and bacteria to make food products such as bread, beer, wine, vinegar, yoghurt and cheese, as well as fermented fish, meat and vegetables.

This subject details all aspects from farm to fork, practices in safe food handling, ccoking techniques, preservation and storage techniques.

A subject which introduces the basic Nutrients and its Inter Relationship with each other.Basic Nutrition t also helps as a guide to choose the right foods to maintain a healthy diet and intake as well as help the student to choose nutrients from a wide variety of foods . The subject also gives and indepth knowledge on the units of measurement of the nutrients, its sources , functions, bioavailability, deficiency and toxicity.

This is the ICT support for IV sem Complementray STatistics Course

This course is intended to give an thorough study on the statistics learned or learning at Complementary Level statistics. It requires statistics at the complementary level as prerequisite


To study the various research methods and statistical tools required to analyze the experimental data in food research and industry

This is the supporting course for the third Semester Complementary Course in Statistics.

Acquire understanding on evolution of psychiatry, assessment and knowledge of clinical psychopathology


about the theory

Introduction to immunology

Antigens and Antibodies

Immune System

Antigen antibody reaction

Cells involved in immunity





Acquire understanding on evolution of psychiatry, assessment and knowledge of clinical psychopathology


This course is the Complementary Statistics course of the Undergraduate Programme in Statistics prepared in lines with Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam.

First four angams of  Abhijna Sakunthalam of Kalidasa, the eternal literary classic based on a love story, but telling the meaning as well as goals of life.



classification of chordates, fishes,amphibia,birds,mammals

fourth sem main

It deals with digital data transmission.


Food analysis is the discipline dealing with the development, application and study of analytical procedures for characterizing the properties of foods and their constituents.These analytical procedures are used to provide information about a wide variety of different characteristics of foods.

Food packaging is packaging for food

  • To understand the role of communication in Development and acquire the knowledge about theories, models and barriers of communication.   
  • To provide knowledge about Group communication and Mass communication techniques and its use in social work practice.  
  • To acquire skill in designing communication strategies and its application in different settings for social change.

it deals with system develpment life cycle and role of system analyst

To acquaint the students with different media

This course deals with the health care system in India. it covers covers the programs implemented by government in the field of health

. Aim of the course


  • To introduce students to      the various relevant aspects of Information Technology and Computers which      will facilitate the study of literature.
  • To equip the students to      make use of the possibilities existing in the IT sector.


This course seeks to achieve the following:
1. To show the various organs and processes involved in the production of speech, the types
and typology of speech sounds, segmental & suprasegmental features of the English
language, and transcription using IPA.
2. To describe and explain morphological processes and phenomena.
3. To show the various processes involved in the generation of meaning.
4. To enhance students‘ awareness that natural language is structure dependent and
generative and to develop their ability to observe, describe and explain grammatical
processes and phenomena.


Module 1 [Introduction to Language, Linguistics and Phonetics] (36 hours)
What is Language? - What is Linguistics? Arbitrariness - Duality -Displacement - Cultural
Basic Notions - Phonetics and Phonology - Branches of Phonetics – Articulatory, Acoustic,
Organs of Speech - Air Stream Mechanism – Pulmonic, Glottal, Velaric
Respiratory System - Phonatory System –Voiced and Voiceless Sounds
Articulatory System - Oral, nasal & nasalised sounds
Classification of Speech Sounds: Consonants and Vowels -
Criteria for Classification of Consonants - The Consonants of English RP

Deals with internet, web designing and cyber laws.




Course code: U.G Socio-VD03

Number of credits : 4

Number of contact hours: 72


This course is intended to help the students to analyse scientifically the behaviour of human individual in the social context.


To familarise the subject of social psychology

To understand and assess one’s personality

To get a good insight into the basis of human behaviour

To analyze the different types of mass formations and their behaviour patterns.


Fund Flow of a company for the past three years