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Available courses

question bank of Inheritance and  departures in historiography

HISTORY OF HISTORY

Introduction to immunology

Antigens and Antibodies

Immune System

Antigen antibody reaction

Cells involved in immunity

Hypersensitivity

Vaccines

Immunopathology

 

classification of chordates, fishes,amphibia,birds,mammals

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.

 

 

Food chemistry is a major aspect of food science, deals with the composition and properties of food and the chemical changes undergoes during handling, processing and storage. The food chemist relies heavily on knowledge of the aforementioned sciences to effectively study and control biological substances as source of human food.

Basic nutition introduces the various nutrients, its role in the body and its inter relationship with each other. It also focusses on the distribution , requirements , functions , unit of measurement , deficiency and remedial measures . The subject also teaches to inter relate food , nutrition and health, food group plans followed in India as well as the guide which serves this very purpose.

Basic nutrition also involves study of the various nutrients in commodities and the right combinations to be incorporated when planning a balanced diet imparting the features to be be carefully looked into when the nutrients in food undergo various processing methods

Some elementary topics in chemistry for complementary students

Corporate Regulation and. Administration History of Companies Act in world 1319 Company of Merchants of the Staple of England 1407 Company of Merchant Adventurers of London 1553 Company of Merchant Adventurers to New Lands 1555 Muscovy Company 1577 Spanish Company 1579 Eastland Company 1581 Turkey Company 1588 Morocco Company Joint-stock companies were similar to modern corporations that sell ...

The objective of this course is to develop the creative writing ability of the learner.

Course
Objectives
 
  • 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.

SEMESTER – V

OPEN COURSE-3

ELEMENTS OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

Course code: U.G Socio-VD03

Number of credits : 4

Number of contact hours: 72

Aim

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

Objectives

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.

 

This is an all inclusive course which gives the students an oppurtunity for learning literature, communication and Journalism. 

Acts On Stage is a paper in which the student is given an oppurtunity to explore the various  dramatic techniques and styles of different ages. King Lear which is one among the best of Shakespeare's tragedies is included in the syllabus to make the students enjoy the beauty of the Bards style, the underlying philosophy of life and ultimately the purgation effect of the story.

This is course to create an awareness regarding natural resources, environmental aspects and management, legislations involved and also provide an awareness on Human Rights.

The course is a useful course that helpes students learn literature based on the environment and the ecology around them.

The aim of this subject is to develop necessary skills and understanding needed to apply appropriate concepts, techniques and approaches for sound decision-making in financial management

 

 

Financial Management means planning, organizing, directing and controlling the financial activities such as procurement and utilization of funds of the enterprise. It means applying general management principles to financial resources of the enterprise.

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.

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

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.

Food packaging is packaging for food

Fund Flow of a company for the past three years

 Course for third semester MA English

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

the history of hindi poetry is starting from 10th century

History and Development of Social Work in India and Abroad Charity, Philanthropy, socialsituations,(Poverty,problems of inmigrants,orphanhood, squalor,war victims etc) and Socialreform movements, Remedial social work, Development-oriented social workSocial activism

The course is intended to sensitise students to the various ways in which literature s written in English, in the Indian Subcontinent.

To give the students a basic understanding of

  • Nuclear chemistry
  • Heterocyclic compounds
  • Food additives and Cosmetics
  • Bioinorganic chemistry
  • Chemistry and Agriculture
  • Drugs

Interior designers make interior spaces functional, safe, and beautiful by determining space requirements and selecting decorative items, such as colors, lighting, and materials. They read blueprints and must be aware of building codes and inspection regulations, as well as universal accessibility standards.

Deals with internet, web designing and cyber laws.

This course explains the various theories built in different novels. We get to know about the different approaches towards the works.

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
transmission
Basic Notions - Phonetics and Phonology - Branches of Phonetics – Articulatory, Acoustic,
Auditory
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

. 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.

 

 

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It is the study Based on entire economic activities.

marketing management strategies

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

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

explore the individual aspects of the economy

To learn the chemistry of

  • Carbohydrates
  • Hetero cyclic compounds

GENERAL ENGLISH COURSE FOR FIRST SEMESTER

  1. State the thermodynamic criterion for equilibrium in terms of chemical potential.
  2. Derive and interpret the Gibbs Phase Rule.
  3. Derive the Clapeyron equation from the thermodynamic criterion for equilibrium.
  4. Interpret the slope of phase boundaries on a pressure-temperature phase diagram in terms of the relevant changes in entropy and molar volume for the given phase change.
  5. Derive the Clausius-Clapeyron equation, stating all of the necessary approximations.
  6. Use the Clausius-Clapeyron equation to calculate the vapor pressure of a substance or the enthalpy of a phase change from pressure-temperature data.
  7. Interpret phase diagrams for binary mixtures, identifying the phases and components present in each region.
  8. Perform calculations using Raoult’s Law and Henry’s Law to relate vapor pressure to composition in the liquid phase.
  9. Describe the distillation process, explaining how the composition of liquid and vapor phases can differ, and how azeotrope composition place bottlenecks in the distillation process.
  10. Describe how cooling curves are used to derive phase diagrams by locating phase boundaries.
 

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

 

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

 

fourth sem main

Sociology of culture is an introductory course to the sociological perspective on culture. A toolkit that humans create and then depend upon, culture determines the script that each of us act out in our lives. Interesting and relevant to the current times we live in, this course will encourage you to examine your own lives and the scripts guiding it.

To acquaint the students with different media

This course deals with the introductory methods and techniques of real numbers.  The course consist of four modules 

Module 1: Real Numbers : This modules defines real numbers as an algebraic structure. Studies the fundamental properties such as ordering property, completeness property, Field structure of reals.

Module 2: This module consist of the fundamentals of sequence, convergence, monotonic sequence etc.

Module 3:  Definition and fundamentals of series, tests to establish the convergence of series, results to establish the divergence of series.

Module 4: Fundamentals of limits of a function and its properties.

This course consist of four modules which deals with the geometry of surfaces in general, especially that of smooth surfaces. The various properties of connectedness , compactness of surfaces have been discussed in this course. Various types of derivatives such as covarient derivative, directional derivative, etc are also part of the discussion. 

Here we deal with simple mathematics which is used in daily life.

In this corse,we deal with Taylor series,Mauclaurins series ,radius of curvatures ,centre of curvatures,assymptotes,envelops and partial differential eqn  etc

Module I
Interference, Diffraction and Polarization
(22 hours)
Light waves- phase difference and coherence, optical path and phase change, principle
of superposition, Analytical treatment of interference-young’s double slit experiment,
conditions for interference, bandwidth - Interference in thin films-reflected system-colour
of thin films-fringes of equal inclination and equal thickness. Newton’s rings-reflected
system-measurement of wavelength
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Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffractions. Fresnel’s theory of approximate rectilinear
propagation of light-. Fraunhofer diffraction. Theory of Plane transmission grating-
determination of wavelength-dispersive power of grating. Prism and grating spectra,
resolving power, Rayleigh criterion, resolving power of grating,
Polarization, types of polarization, Brewster’s law, dichroism, birefringence – e ray and o-
ray, polarizer and analyser, Malu’s law, optical activity
Module II
Laser and Fiber Optics
(10 hours)
Principle of operation of laser-population inversion, metastable states, optical resonator-
components of laser- active medium, pump, optical resonant cavity- principal pumping
schemes- three level and four level- laser beam characteristics applications of lasers.
Light propagation in optical fibers, acceptance angle, numerical aperture-step index fiber
- graded index fiber.

Module III
Dielectrics
(10 hours)
Dielectrics- polar and non-polar dielectrics- polarization- sources of polarization-Gauss’s
law in dielectrics- permittivity- dielectric displacement vector- dielectric constant-
susceptibility- ferro-electricity.
Module IV
Varying Currents
(12 hours)
Transient currents – Growth and decay of current in an inductive circuit – charging and
discharging of a capacitor through a resistance - Peak, mean, rms and effective values of
a.c, Ac circuits-AC through RC, LC, LR and LCR series circuits resonance-sharpness of
resonance-power factor.
References:
1. Optics - Brijlal and N. Subrahmanyam, S Chand-2015
2. Electricity and Magnetism , D C Tayal
3. Electricity and Magnetism- J. H. Fewkes & John Yarwood
4. Electricity and Magnetism – R. Murugesha

PH6CRT10: RELATIVITY AND SPECTROSCOPY
Module I
Special Theory of Relativity
(18 hours)
Inertial and non inertial frames of reference- Galilean transformation, Significance of
Michelson-Morley experiment, Postulates of Special Theory of Relativity, Lorentz
transformation, Spatial contraction, Time dilation, composition of velocities, mass of
moving particle, Equivalence of mass and energy. Introductory concept of general theory
of relativity.
Text Book: Modern Physics, Kenneth S Krane.
Concepts of modern Physics, Arthur Beiser
Module II
Atomic Spectroscopy
(21 hours)
Historical introduction. Electrostatic spectrum. Types of spectra. Absorption and emission
of light by atoms, quantum theory, early atom models – Bohr model, electron spin and
magnetic moment, Exclusion principle, Stern-Gerlach experiment, Vector atom model,
quantum numbers associated with vector atom models, Total angular momentum and LS
coupling, fine structure of Sodium D lines, Zeeman effect, quantum mechanical
explanation for anomalous Zeeman effect, Paschen-Back effect.
Text Book: Molecular structure and Spectroscopy, G Aruldas.
Concepts of modern Physics, Arthur Beiser

Module III
Molecular Spectroscopy
(21 hours)
Molecular energy levels. Electronic, rotational and vibrational energies, rotational
spectra, explanation in terms of rigid rotator model, vibrational energy levels, explanation
in terms of harmonic oscillator.
Electronic energy levels of atoms, Fluorescence and phosphorescence, Raman effect –
experimental arrangement and result, classical theory and its failure, quantum theory of
Raman effect.
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IR and Microwave spectroscopes.
Text Book: Fundamentals olf Molecular Spectroscopy, C.Banwell and E. Mccash.
Molecular structure and Spectroscopy, G Aruldas.
NMR and ESR Spectroscopy
(12 hours)
NMR Spectroscopy- Basic principles and instrumentation- Medical applications of NMR.
Text Book: Molecular structure and Spectroscopy, G Aruldas – Chapter 10 (Sections
10.1, 10.2,10.3 and 10.19).
ESR Spectroscopy- Basic principles and instrumentation.
Text Book: Molecular structure and Spectroscopy, G Aruldas – Chapter 11 (Sections
11.1, 11.2 and 11.3).

Some preliminary topics for complementary students

This course deals with an introduction of chemistry to chemistry graduates

To study the principle and applications of

  • Microwave spectroscopy
  • Infra red spectroscopy (FT-IR)
  • Raman spectroscopy
  • Electronic spectroscopy (UV-Visible)
  • Electron spin resonance spectroscopy (ESR)
  • Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR)
  • To have a basic understanding about the classification and nomenclature of organic compounds, fundamentals of organic reaction mechanism, aromaticity and stereochemistry
  • To make students capable of understanding and studying organic reactions
  • To have exposure to various emerging new areas of organic chemistry

In this course, you will be learning the Chemistry behind Soaps, Detergents, Cosmetics and Food.

This paper consists of basics of Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy

To differentiate between classical and quantum mechanics To study the postulates of quantum mechanics and the quantum mechanical model of the hydrogen atom To study valence bond and molecular orbital theory To study the principle and applications of microwave, infra red, Raman, electronic and magnetic resonance spectroscopy. To study the fundamentals of mass spectrometry To study the fundamentals of photochemistry

1.Chordate characters

2. Classification

3. Type study 

IV Semester Elective paper Probability Theory of M Sc Mathematics programme as per Mahatma Gandhi University Time Table

II Semester Complimentary Course in Statistics as per Mahatma Gandhi University Time Table

IV Semester Complimentary Course in Statistics as per Mahatma Gandhi University Time Table

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This course will serve as supporting course for the Third  Semester Complementary Statistics Course

This course will serve as supporting course for the First Semester Complementary 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

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

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

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

This is the ICT support for IV sem Complementray STatistics Course

To provide a basic understanding of quality concepts and practice in food companies. To provide approaches to the planning and organization of a quality control system. to provide a basic acquaintance with standards and specifications.

A new subject undergoing tremendous growth these days. It plays an immense role in India in developing start ups and giving an in depth idea on management and its principles. It also provides a basic idea on the classification of entrepreneurs, their contribution towards economic growth, project formulation and the basis for writing a project report. The subject also deals with the monetary assistance which can be availed of  as a financial impetus for startups . The subject is to present the  matter in an easily understandable manner so as to create an interest in the area of study. This is also put into practical aspects in the management of the extension activity support extended  by the institution in running and maintenance of the canteen as well as product formulation in research and development of the department incubation centre


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