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Academic Planner Academic Year: 2016-17 Semester: Jan-April Teacher Name: Geetu Chaudhary Class: B.A. II Sem Honours

S.No.

Subject: Economics Title of Paper: History of Economic Thought

Date & Month

Unit

2-31 Jan

I

Mercantilism and Physiocrats; Adam Smith: invisible hand – accumulation and income distribution – value – Market and competition – institutions; Ricardo – Capital – wages; Malthus and John Stuart Mill

1 - 13 Feb

II

Neo-classical orthodoxy: Jevons, Alfred Marshall, Robbins and Hicks; Marx: Marxian Economic theory: Exploitation and value – wages – trade cycle – capitalist movement – monetary aspects of crisis

14-23 Feb

III

High Theory: J M Keynes: the general theory, Market forms: Sraffa – Chamberlin – Joan Robinson: contribution to the study of market forms

24- 15 March

IV

New Welfare Economics and Economic Theories of Justice: Pigovian and Pareto; Fundamentals of welfare economics– Sen’s Capability Approach through his critique of utilitarianism. Social Choice: Arrow

16- 27 March

V

Topic

Study Materials to be Used

Instruction Mode

Tool Requirement

Assessment Pattern to be used

History of Economic Thought- M.L.Jhigan, M. Girija, L. Sasikala 3rd Edition History of Economic Thought- T.N. Hajela History of Economic Thought- H.L. Bhatia

Lecture & Discussion

Smart Board & Board

Partcipation

1

2

3

4

5

Indian Economic Thought: Early economic ideas: Kautilya; Modern economic ideas: Dada Bhai Naoroji. Economic ideas of Gandhiji, V.K. R.V. Rao and P.R. Brahmanand

Academic Planner Academic Year: 2016-17 Semester: January-June Teacher Name: Vishakha Birhade Class: B.A. Economics Honours, Subsi and B.A. Pass Course II Sem

S.No.

Month

January

Unit

1

Topic

Structure of Indian Economy- primary, secondary and tertiary sectors.Basic Features- Natural resources, Land, Water, Forest and Mineral Resources

1

2

March

February

4

7

April

8

Jan-Feb

Indian Economy- Ruddra Dutt and Sundharam, Indian Economy- Mishra and Puri, Pratiyogita DarpanSpecial issue Indian Economy 2016

Human infrastructure of Indian economy- Health, Nutrition, Education,Knowledge and skills, Housing and Sanitation.

Indian Economy- Ruddra Dutt and Sundharam, Pratiyogita DarpanSpecial issue Indian Economy 2016

Demographic features (as per census 2011)- Population, Size, Sex, Rural- Urban Classification, Population Distribution

Pratiyogita DarpanSpecial issue Indian Economy 2016

Agriculture- Nature & importance, Land reforms, Green revolution Rural finance, Agricultural Marketing and Mechanisation

Indian Economy- Ruddra Dutt and Sundharam, Indian Economy- P.K. Dhar, Pratiyogita DarpanSpecial issue Indian Economy 2016

Basic features of M.P. Economy, Main features of agriculture in Madhya Pradesh

Internet

3

5

6

Instruction Mode

Study Materials to be Used

2

3

4

Subject: Economics Title of Paper: Indian Economy

5

Small scale & Cottage Industries- Meaning, Importance and Problems Major industries in India- Iron and Steel, Textile, Sugar, Cement, Automobiles, Information Technology. Planning in India- Objectives, Strategy, Achievements and Failures. Analysis of current five year plan.

Discussion + Lecture

Tool Requirement

Duration

Assessment Pattern to be used

Board and Notes Class Participation

Discussion + Lecture

Board and Notes Class Participation

Discussion + Lecture

Board and Notes Class Participation

Indian Economy- Ruddra Dutt and Sundharam, Pratiyogita DarpanSpecial issue Indian Economy 2016

Class Participation

Indian Economy- Ruddra Dutt and Sundharam, Pratiyogita DarpanSpecial issue Indian Economy 2016

Discussion + Lecture

Board and Notes

Indian Economy- Ruddra Dutt and Sundharam, Pratiyogita DarpanSpecial issue Indian Economy 2016, Internet

Discussion + Lecture

Board and Notes

Class Participation

Academic Planner Academic Year: 2016-17 Semester: January-June Teacher Name: Anika Choudhary

Subject: Public administration Title of Paper: Main Concept of Public administration

Class: BA II Sem

S.No.

Month

January

Unit

1&2

Topic

1. Ecology of Public administration, CPA - Meaning nature and scope, Approaches of Study of CPA (Ecological Approach, Structural Approach, Behavioural Approach) 2. Public administration in relation to liberalization, globalization and privatization, E-governance, New dimensions of Public administration, Meaning nature and features of Public administration

Study Materials to be Used

Books and Reference Notes

Instruction Mode

Lecture, PPT

Tool Requirement

Duration

Chalk, Duster, Projector, Smart Board, Pointer

17 days

1

Group Discussion, Interactive Session and Revision Test

February

Difference between Traditional and Development administration, Role of bureaucracy in development administration, Developement administration in 2&3 developed and developing socities and the challenges, people's participation in development administration, Public policy - meaning, nature, objective and types of public policy, Process, Execution and Evaluation of Public policy

March

administrative Law, Rule of law, delegated legislation, administrative adjudication, social welfare and voluntary organization, accountability in 4&5 administration, citizen charter, RTI, Public relation - cybernatic model, PERT and CPM technique, administration reform

Books and Reference Notes

Lecture, PPT

Chalk, Duster, Projector, Smart Board, Pointer

16 days

2

Group Discussion, Interactive Session and Revision Test and MCQ.

Books and Reference Notes

Lecture, PPT

Chalk, Duster, Projector, Smart Board, Pointer

19 days

3

Group Discussion, Interactive Session and Revision Test and MCQ.

April 4

Assessment Pattern to be used

5

O&M method, Ombudsman, IT in public administration, new public management, concept of good governance

Books and Reference Notes

Lecture, PPT

Chalk, Duster, Projector, Smart Board, Pointer

8 days Group Discussion, Interactive Session and Revision Test and MCQ, model test paper solved

Academic Planner Academic Year: 2016-17 Semester: Jan-April Teacher Name: Dr. Vinay Mishra Class: B.A. Sem II

Subject: Psychology Title of Paper: Psychopathology

S.No.

Month

Unit

1

January

II

Defense Mechanisms, Difference between Neurotic and Psychotic Disorders. Generalised Anxiety Disorders, Phobia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - Symptoms and Treatment.

PPT/Case Study/Real life examples

2

February

III

Somatoform Disorders: Conversion, Hypochondriasis.

3

March

III

Dissociative Disorders-Amnesia, Fugue, Somnambulysm, Multiple Personality.

4

April

III

Mood Disorder, Practicals(Anxiety, Adjustment Tests)/ Experiments

5 6 7

Topic

Tool Requirement

Duration

Assessment Pattern to be used

Lecture/Interaction/Discussion

Chalk/Duster/LCD/Laptop

Jan to Ist week of Feb (50 mts/lecture)

Presentations/ Assignments/Written Tests/Interaction/Group Discussion/Field Visits/Case Demonstration by understanding case study

PPT/Case Study/Real life examples

Lecture/Interaction/Discussion

Chalk/Duster/LCD/Laptop

February II week to March I week

Presentations/ Assignments/Written Tests/Interaction/Group Discussion/Field Visits/Case Demonstration by understanding case study

PPT/Case Study/Real life examples

Lecture/Interaction/Discussion

Chalk/Duster/LCD/Laptop

March

Presentations/ Assignments/Written Tests/Interaction/Group Discussion/Field Visits/Case Demonstration by understanding case study

Questionares/ Manual Apparatus

Discussion

Paper/ Practical File

Till Ist week of April

Case Study/ Sumission of Practical File

Study Materials to be Used

Instruction Mode

Academic Planner Academic Year: 2016-17 Semester: Jan-April Teacher Name: Dr. Rakhee Varma Class: B.A. Sem II

Subject: Psychology Title of Paper: Psychopathology

S.No.

Month

Unit

1

January

I

Characteritics of Abnormal Behaviour, Concept of Normality and Abnormality, General causes of Abnormal Behaviour Biological, Psychological, Psycho social. Models of Psychopathology

Notes/ PPT/ MCQ/Case Study/Real life examples

2

February

II (1 topic) IV

Main difference between Psychoneurotic and Psychotic Disorders, Schizophrenia: Symptoms and types: Simple, Hebephrenic, Catatonic and Paranoid. Treatment of Schizophrenia,

3

March

V

4

April

Revision of All Units

Tool Requirement

Duration

Assessment Pattern to be used

Lecture/Interaction/Discussion

Chalk/Duster/LCD/Laptop

Jan to Ist week of Feb (50 mts/lecture)

Presentations/ Assignments/Written Tests/Interaction/Group Discussion/Field Visits/Case Demonstration by understanding case study

Notes/ PPT/ MCQ/Case Study/Real life examples

Lecture/Interaction/Discussion

Chalk/Duster/LCD/Laptop

February II week to March I week

Presentations/ Assignments/Written Tests/Interaction/Group Discussion/Field Visits/Case Demonstration by understanding case study

Stress Disorders: High Blood Pressure, Peptic Ulcer, Asthma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Mental Retardation/ Practicals (Experiments and Tests)

Notes/ PPT/ MCQ/Case Study/Real life examples/ Questionaires/ Manual/ Apparatus

Lecture/Interaction/Discussion

Chalk/Duster/LCD/Laptop

March

Presentations/ Assignments/Written Tests/Interaction/Group Discussion/Field Visits/Case Demonstration by understanding case study/ Analysis of Practicals and Writing Experiments and Tests in Practical File

Practicals(Anxiety, Adjustment Tests)/ Experiments

Questionares/ Manual Apparatus

Discussion

Paper/ Practical File

Till Ist week of April

Topic

Study Materials to be Used

5 6 7

Indicate when you are doing part of a paper through inserting a note at the bottom of your worksheet

Instruction Mode

Submition of Practical Files

Academic Planner Academic Year: 2015-16 Semester: January- June

Subject: Political Science Title of Paper: Indian Governments and Politics

Teacher Name: RANJEET KAUR BA II sem

S.No.

Month

Januray

Unit

Ist

Year 2016-17

Topic Brief History of Indian National Movement.The Making of Indian Constitution and its sources.Preamble of Indian Constitution.Basic Features of Indian Constitution.

Study Materials to be Used

Instruction Mode

Tool Requirement

Duration

Assessment Pattern to be used

books & notes

lecture

smart board

2nd jan-27th jan 18 days

presentation

books

presentation

smart board

30th jan-14th feb 12 days

MCQ

books & notes

presentation

smart board

15 feb- 3rd march 15 days

MCQ

books & notes

lecture

chalk and board

6th march- 24th march 12 days

quiz

books

lecture

chalk and board

27th march-12th april 12 days

test

1

januaryFebruary

IInd

Fundamental Rights and Duties. Directive Principles of State Policy. Union Executive: President, Cabinet and Prime Minister.

2

FebruaryMarch

Indian Parliament: Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha. The Supreme Court; IIIrd Centre- State Relations; Election Commission.

3

March

The State Government Executive Governor, Council of Ministers and Cheif Minister State IVth Legislature: Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council.

4

marchApril 5

Vth

Political Parties: National and Regional Parties.Major issues in Indian Politics: Role of Caste, Religion, Language, Region, Poverty- Alleviation and Electoral Reforms.

Academic Planner Academic Year: 2016-17 Semester: January-April Teacher Name: Akhilesh Tripathi Class: BA II sem

S.No. 1

Month\week

Study Materials to be Used

Instruction Mode

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

4 lectures

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

4 lectures

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

4 lectures

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, social work profession in India by P. D. Mishra

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

3 lectures

Contemporary ideologies of social work and social changes: radical social work and progressive social work

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

4 lectures

Unit 2 Contemporary ideologies of social work and social changes: feminist and postmodernism and social work

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

4 lectures

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

4 lectures

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa

Lecture, Discussion

PPT, Chalk, duster and board

4 lectures

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa

Lecture, Discussion

PPT, Chalk, duster and board

4 lectures

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

4 lectures

ideology of sustainable and people-centered development, Ideology of nonIdeologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa governmental organization

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

3 lectures

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

4 lectures

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

3 lectures

Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

3 lectures

ethical decision making and dilemmas in micro and macro social work over Ideologies and Social Work by Murli Desai, approaches of social change by Patti DeRosa view Remedial classes Remedial classes

Lecture, Discussion

Chalk, duster and board

3 lectures

Jan 2-6

Topic Introductory classes, contemporary ideologies of social work profession

Tool Requirement

Duration

Assessment Pattern to be used

marginalization of vulnerable groups: ableism, sexism, ageism, racism,

2

Jan 9-13

3

Jan 16-20

4

Jan 23-27

5

Jan/Feb 30-03

6

Unit

Subject: social work Title of Paper: History and ideologies of social work

Feb 06-09

7

Feb 13-17

8

Feb 20-23

9

Feb/ Mar 27-03

10

Mar 06-10

11

Mar14-17

12

Mar 20-24

13

Mar 27-31

14

Apr 03-07

15

Apr 10-13

16 17

Apr 17-21 Apr 24-27

marginalization of vulnerable groups: ethnocentrism, casteism, limitation Unit 1 of social work

emerging ideologies of social work: NASW guidelines, Social work Valuesv: values of social work, values relating individuals, problems,

Development skill in ethical making at micro and macro levels, problem in developing senstivity in

contemporary ideologies of social changes : New-liberlism and globalization Unit 3

contemporary ideologies of social changes : feminism and postmodernism

contemporary ideologies of social changes : resurgence of civil society, multiculturalism

Unit 4 ideology of action groups and social movements : concept, history, ideology of paulo freire and new social movements and revolution in information technology and mass media

Industrialization, Urbanization, Migration : meaning concept and contemporary scenario

Unit 5

social work : ethics and philosophy and ethical responsibilities in social work

Indicate when you are doing part of a paper through inserting a note at the bottom of your worksheet

CCE 1

4 lectures 4 lectures

CCE 2

Academic Planner Academic Year: 2016-17 Semester: January-June Teacher Name: Dr.Archna Lucas Class: BA II SEM

S.No.

Month

JAN

Unit

Subject: English Title of Paper: English Prose

Topic

Unit 5/Unit 1

Study Materials to be Used

Unit 5: A.G.Gardiner,H.G.Wells Unit 2Francis Bacon

Book

Instruction Mode

Explanation/Discussion

Tool Requirement

Duration

Blackboard/PPT

8 lec

1

Class Teaching/ Group Discussion/project work

FEB

Unit 5/Unit 1

Unit 2: Francis Bacon Addison

Unit 3: Joseph

Book

Explanation/Discussion

Blackboard/PPT

8 lec

Book

Explanation/Discussion

Blackboard/PPT

9 lec

2

Class Teaching/ Group Discussion/project work

MARCH 3 4 5 6 7

Assessment Pattern to be used

Unit 4

Charles Lamb/ E.V.Lucas

Class Teaching/ Group Discussion/project work

APR

Revision

2 lec

Academic Planner Academic Year: 2015-16 Semester: January- April Teacher Name: Sr.Jaseentha Class: B.A.II Honours

S.No.

Month

2 3 4 5 6 7

F C English Moral values & Language

Unit 11-Jan

1

18, 25 Jan & 8 Feb

IV IV

15-Feb

V

22-Feb

IV

01-Mar

V IV V

8, 15 & Mar 22-Mar

Year 2016-17

CCE 1

8 9

29-Mar 05-Apr CCE 2

10

12-Apr

Topic The Poem: The Solitary Reaper The Portrait of Lady By Kushwanth Sigh Noun-Verb Agreement A Song of Kabir Translated byR.N Tagore Expansion of an Idea Satyagrah by M.K.Gandhi Language skills Written CCE from the literature part Presentation in Groups Language skills

Study Materials to be Used Text Book Text Book/questair WorkSheets Text Book/ workSheets with pictures Text Book Reading Skills

ITC

Instruction Mode Interactive Interactive and Experience writing Interactive

Tool Requirement

Duration

Text Book & BB

1Period

Text Book & BB

3 Periods

Worksheets & BB

1Period

Interactive

Worksheets & BB

1 Period

Interactive/Discussion Interactive/Discussion Interactive

Text Book & BB Text Book & BB BB& Work sheets

1Period 2Periods 1 Period

Interactive

Vedio clips/Sheets

1Period

Assessment Pattern to be used

Recite the poem with expression Question and answers/ Worksheet will be distributed Assignment to write dialogues questions to be answered from the text & other exercises other exercises on expasion sentences given Discussion on the Freedom struggle Passages with questions to be answered

Assignment to write dialogues using phrasal verbs

ACADEMIC PLANNER ACADEMIC YEAR : 2016-17 Jan to April

TEACHER'S NAME: SANGEETA MAHASHABDE CLASS : B.A & B.A Management

SUBJECT: HINDI B.A. II Sem (Pass Course)

Title of Paper:Naitik Mulya aur Bhasha

and Hons

S.N.

Month

Unit

Chapter

1

January to Feb

Unit 1

I III

1. Bharat vandana 2. Pushp ke Abhilasha 3. Akal aur uske baad

IV

4. Nirmalya

II

2 3

CCE -1 March to April

4 5

CCE -2 APRIL

Unit 2

V IV & V week of Aug VI VII VIII IX X

All unit

Topic

Study Materials to be used

Instruction Mode

Tools Requirement

Duration

Assessment method to be used

Text book Notes Internet

Lecture method Interactive method Panel discussion

C story books, CDs for play halk-duster

5 January to 25 Feb

Written evaluation

28 Feb to 31 March

Written evaluation

Play method

5. Manak Hindi ka Swarup 6. Afsar 7. Bhola Ram Ka Jeeve 8. Bharat Ka Samasik Vyaktitva

Text book Notes Internet

Lecture method Interactive method Panel discussion Play method

C story books, CDs for play halk-duster

-

Discussion

All notes

9.Bharat Desh Aur Uskay Niwashi 10. Pllvan Aur Sanchepan Revision and Remedial

Test

Academic Planner Academic Year: 2016-17 Semester: January-June Teacher Name: Anika Choudhary Class:BA (II) sem Hons and Pass

S.No.

Month

january

Unit

Subject:Entrepreneurial Development Programme Title of Paper: Development of entrepreneurship

Topic

meanig,concept, characterstics,qu alities of entrepreneur,typ 1&2 es of entrepreneur,imp ortants and views of scholars

Study Materials to be Used

books, reference, notes

Instruction Mode

Tool Requirement

Duration

lecture

chalk ,duster ,ppt,smart bord

13

1

mcq ,assingment ,revision test

feburary

formation of goals ,problems in achiving targets and solution,self motivation,leade 2&3 rship capacity,project and verious organisation ,govt project ,non govt project

books, reference, notes

lecture

chalk ,duster ,ppt,smart bord

11

2

mcq ,assingment ,revision test

march

contribution of banks ,limitation and scope,function ,qualities, 3&4 mgt,qualities of entreprenuer ,motive factors and mgt skills of entreprenur

books, reference, notes

lecture

chalk ,duster ,ppt,smart bord

15

3

mcq ,assingment ,revision test

april

4 5

Assessment Pattern to be used

5

problems of capital ,power,registrati on,ownership,an d administratetive problems

books, reference, notes

lecture

chalk ,duster ,ppt,smart bord

8

mcq ,assingment ,revision test

Academic Planner Academic Year: 2016-17 Semester: January-June Teacher Name: NAINA SINGH

Subject: SOCIOLOGY

Class: B.A. II SEMESTER

Title of Paper: INDIAN SOCIETY

S.No. Month

Unit

Topic

1

2

3

Study Materials to be Used

Instruction Mode

Tool Requirement

Assessment Pattern to be used

JANUARY

I

Religion, Varna, Ashram, KarmaMeaning, Definition,Importance

BOOKS/NOTES/PPT/IMP. QUES./MCQ'S

LECTURE/EXPLAN ATION/ DISCUSSION

Chalk /Board/ LCD/Smart Board

Asking Questions/ Mcq's, Recapitulation/written Tests/Assignmentsas per earlier instructions

JANUARY

I

Purushartha and SanskarMeaning,Definition,Importance, Field based Studies and their importance.

BOOKS/NOTES/PPT/IMP. QUES./MCQ'S

LECTURE/EXPLAN ATION/ DISCUSSION

Chalk /Board/ LCD/Smart Board

Asking Questions/ Mcq's, Recapitulation/written Tests/Assignmentsas per earlier instructions

II

The structure of Indian SocietyVillages, CitiesMeaning,Definition,Importa nce, Characteristics of Village and city life, Problems associated to Rural and urbanlife, Differnce betwween village and city life and changes.

BOOKS/NOTES/PPT/IMP. QUES./MCQ'S

LECTURE/EXPLAN ATION/ DISCUSSION

Chalk /Board/ LCD/Smart Board

Asking Questions/ Mcq's, Recapitulation/written Tests/Assignmentsas per earlier instructions

BOOKS/NOTES/PPT/IMP. QUES./MCQ'S

LECTURE/EXPLAN ATION/ DISCUSSION

Chalk /Board/ LCD/Smart Board

Asking Questions/ Mcq's, Recapitulation/written Tests/Assignmentsas per earlier instructions

JANUARY

4

JANUARY

II

Rural Urban Continuum, Unity in Cultural Diversity of Indian Society. Probl;ems of urbanisation,Panchayati Raj System,Rural Developmental Programs & Schemes.

5

FEB

III

Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe -Meaning,Definition, Constitutional and Legislative measures

BOOKS/NOTES/PPT/IMP. QUES./MCQ'S

LECTURE/EXPLAN ATION/ DISCUSSION

Chalk /Board/ LCD/Smart Board

Asking Questions/ Mcq's, Recapitulation/written Tests/Assignmentsas per earlier instructions

6

FEB

III

Problemes and Solutions of Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and other Backward Classes, Welfare Schemes

BOOKS/NOTES/PPT/IMP. QUES./MCQ'S

LECTURE/EXPLAN ATION/ DISCUSSION

Chalk /Board/ LCD/Smart Board

Asking Questions/ Mcq's, Recapitulation/written Tests/Assignmentsas per earlier instructions

III

Status and Problems of Women and Women Empowerment. Human rights and Women given by the Constitution (StatusAncient -till date)

BOOKS/NOTES/PPT/IMP. QUES./MCQ'S

LECTURE/EXPLAN ATION/ DISCUSSION

Chalk /Board/ LCD/Smart Board

Asking Questions/ Mcq's, Recapitulation/written Tests/Assignmentsas per earlier instructions

BOOKS/NOTES/PPT/IMP. QUES./MCQ'S

LECTURE/EXPLAN ATION/ DISCUSSION

Chalk /Board/ LCD/Smart Board

Asking Questions/ Mcq's, Recapitulation/written Tests/Assignmentsas per earlier instructions

7

FEBUARY

8

FEBUARY

IV

Caste, Kinship, Family , and Marriage-Meaning, Definition, types, Impotance & their functions, Laws related to institutions

9

FEBUARY

IV

Changing Status of Basic Institutions in Indian Society: Family , and Marriage,Caste, Kinship,

BOOKS/NOTES/PPT/IMP. QUES./MCQ'S

LECTURE/EXPLAN ATION/ DISCUSSION

Chalk /Board/ LCD/Smart Board

Asking Questions/ Mcq's, Recapitulation/written Tests/Assignmentsas per earlier instructions

10

FEBUARY

IV

Role of Caste, difference between Caste and Varna, Merits and demerits of Caste system.

BOOKS/NOTES/PPT/IMP. QUES./MCQ'S

LECTURE/EXPLAN ATION/ DISCUSSION

Chalk /Board/ LCD/Smart Board

Asking Questions/ Mcq's, Recapitulation/written Tests/Assignmentsas per earlier instructions

V

Change and transformation in Indian society, Nation building Tradition and Modernity, Impact of Globalization. Meaning, definition, Importance and Revision

BOOKS/NOTES/PPT/IMP. QUES./MCQ'S

LECTURE/EXPLAN ATION/ DISCUSSION

Chalk /Board/ LCD/Smart Board

Asking Questions/ Mcq's, Recapitulation/written Tests/Assignmentsas per earlier instructions

11

MARCH

12

APRIL

Unit I to V

Revision of all the Units

Previous year question papers

Solving previous year question papers