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SYLLABUS I LTB
1
B.A.. B.Sc. PART II SAIr{SKRIT (2003 ADMISSIONS)
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\
EX\MINATION - IVIARCH / AI,RIL 2OO4
PAPER I _ POETRY. PROSE AND APPUED GRAI\'I\ffiR
FIRST YEAIT
Answers may be written in Sanskrit or in Malayalam or in English. In
writing Sanskrit, Devandgari Script should be used.
:
Marks :
:
Time
Max.
:
:
Poetry
Prose
3 FIrs
Klliddsa -
Canto
V
Visnu3anna -
Tanfra
V
Kurnfrasambhava of
Pailcatantram of
100
Aparfuqitakdrakam.
Grammar
:
Based on the prescribed texts.
Distribution of rnarks
Poetry
47 Marks.
Prose
37 Marks.
Grammar
16 Marks.
SECOND YEAR EXAMIN{TION _ MARCH / APRIL
2OO5
Arswers may be written in Sanskrit or in Malayalam or in English. In
writing Sanskrit, Devan6gari Script should be used-
Marks
Time
Max.
:
100
:
3 Fks.
lrr-
Drama
Alankhra
:
:
Mdlavikdgnimitra of Kiliddsa.
The following twenty Alankdras from the
Kuvalaydnanda.
1. Upama
2. Pratipa
3. Rupaka
4. Utpreks! 5. Smr-ri
6. Bhanti
. Sandeha 8. Ullekha
9. Ati6ayokri
10. Apalgnuti 11. Samisokti 12. Arthlntaranyisa
13. VirodhibhEsa 14. Dlpaka
15. parikara
16. Tulyayogiti 17 . Kiryalinga 18. Alqepa
19. Svabhlvokti 20. Aprastutapra6amsi
7
Grammar :
Based on the prescribed texts.
Distribution of Marks.
Drama
:
Alankara :
Grammar :
?AreK
ffiFIII
56 Marks.
30 Marks.
14 Marks.
_HISTORY OF SA}\ISKRIT LITERATURE A]\ID
TRANISLATION
Answers may be written in Sanskrit or in Malayalam or in English. In
writing Sanskrit, Devanagari Script should be used.
Marks :
Time
:
Max.
100
3 Fks.
6
5.
Samshtasihityacaritram - Vol.I &
il
:
Published by Kerala
Sahitya Academi,
Trichur,
Trarslation from Sanskrit to English or Malayalam and from English to
Sanskrit, both seen and unseen passages.
Distribution of Marks.
History of Sanskrit
Literature
:
70 Marks.
:
30 Marks.
Translation
Marks
Division.
Historv of Sanskrit Literanre:
1.
Z.
Three essays from the first three parts
Short Notes asking the students to
:
:
3xl5:
5x5:
45
25
answer any five out ofnine
70
Translation:
A.
From Sarskrit to English or Malayalam
1.
2.
3.
Poetry from seen text
Poetry from unseen text
One short prose passage from
3:6
lx 5:5
1x 4:4
2x
seen text
4.
B.
One short prose passage from
unseen text
One English passage to be translated into
1x 5-
5
lx 10:
10
Sanskrit
30
Grand Total
70+ 30:
100
I
.Jl
1.
.
Rarnayana and Mahibharata
Date, Stages of Development, Authorship and their influence on later
Sanskrit literature.
2.
Kdvya Literature.
origin and
Development, paficamahakavyas, Historical Kavyas,
Erotic and Devotional Lyrics, prose, Romances, champu K6vyas,
Popular tales and Didactic fables.
3.
Sanskrit Drama.
origin and Development, Bhdsa, Sfldruku, Kdlidasa, Harsa,
Bhavabhlti and Vi6Ekhadana.
4.
Kerala Contribution to Sanskrit Literature.
Sree Sairkara, Melpathur,
Rarnapa4i
vdda, Keralavarrna
valiyakoyithampuran, A.R.Rajaraj ayarma, punnasseri Nambi
Neelakantha sarrna, Keralodayam and Krstubhigavatam
Reference
1.
2.
3.
:
Literature
:
History of Sanskrit Literature
:
A Short History of Sanskrit Literature :
Indian
Ki.ya
A.K. warder.
A.B. Keith.
prof. T.K. Ramachandra
Iyer.
4.
A History of classical
Literature
Sanskrit :
M. Krishnamachariar
a!
!-:
.
t-
? .a
B.Sc. INDUSTRIAL CFMMISTRY AND POLYMER CHEMISTRY
(2003 ADMISSIONS)
PART
ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE. SANSKRIT
FIRST YEAR EXAMINATION - MARCH / APzuL2OO4
II
AND TRANSLATION
Arswers may be written in Sanskrit or in Malayalam or in English. In
writing Sanskrit, Devanagari Scripts should be used.
Max. Marks
Time
:
1. Bhasa
2. Dr. K. Muthulakshmi :
:
Dr. M.P. tGnnan
:
:
100
3 FIrs
DutavalrYam
"The History of Indian Chemistry"
"On Indian Chemistry"
Taken from Indian Scientific
Traditions, Edited by Dr. N.V.P.
Unithiri, Calicut University
Sanskrit Series No. 19.
3.
4.
Basic Grammar.
Translation.
Distribution of Marks.
Dttavakyam
The History of Indian Chernistry*
On Indian
Basic
_l
I
:
Chemistry
:
Grammar
l. Split 4xYz: 2
2. Combine 4 xYr : 2
40
30
15
{,
8
3. Vigralravakyas
4. Use in Sentences
5. Vibhaktis
2
x2 :
lyz:
2x2 :
2
x
4
3
4
(Rama., JlyE and Vana)
:
Translation
1.
From Sanskrit to English or Malayalam.
Poefiyfromseentext :
Oneshortprosepassagefrom
:
1x5:
1x5:
5
:
5
5
seen text.
2.
Five simple sentences from
English: 5 x I
to be translated into Sanskrit
15
^!
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a.\-
t\
I
)
B.
S
c
.
INDUSTRIAL
CFIEN,{I
STRY AND POLYI\4E.R CFIE.MI STRY
(20
PART II ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE. SANSKRIT
FIRST YEAR EXAMINATION - MARCH / APRIL2OO4
AND TRANSLATION
Arswers may be written in Sanskrit or in Malayalam or in English. In
writing Sanskrit, Devanagari Scripts shoutd be used.
Max. Marks
Time
1. Bhasa
:
2. Dr. K. Muthulakshmi :
Dr. M.P. Kannan
:
:
:
100
3 Fks
Dttavllryam
"The History of Indian Chemistry"
"On Indian Chemisty"
Taken from Indian Scientific
Traditions, Edited by Dr. N.V.P.
Unithiri, Calicut University
.
3.
4.
Sanskrit Series No. 19.
Basic Grammar.
Translation.
Distribution ofMarks.
:40
Dttavalqyam
The History of Indian
On Indian
Basic
Chemistry
Chemistry
Grammar
l. Spiit 4 xYz :
2. Combine 4 xYr:
-l
I
30
:
2
2
15
nl
t.''
,'
8
3. Vigra[avdkyas
4. Use in Sentences
5. Vibhaktis
2
x2 :
lyz:
2x2 :
2
x
4
3
4
(Rama., Jayd and Vana)
:
Translation
1.
From Sanskrit to English or Malayalam.
Poetryfromseentext :
Oneshortprosepassagefrom
:
1x5:
1x5:
5
:
5
5
seen text.
2.
Five simple sentences from
English: 5 x I
to be translated into Sanskrit
15
-
i\
(Common to Sanskrit Colleges and Arts and Science Colleges).
There should be eight papers - six papers on the Main subject and two
papers on the Subsidiary subject'
.
The following will be the eight papers.
I
Paper II
Paper III
Paper IV
Paper V
Paper VI
Paper VII
Paper
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Mah6kEvya, Khar.rdakdrya, Alankdra and Vrtta.
N6!aka, Gadya and ChamPu.
Early period.
Nydy a,Yy-akaranaand M-irnamsi.
Alankara3dsn'a.
tsharatiyadar6anam.
Subsidiary
I
History of Sanskrit Literature and Comparative
Fhilolory.
Paper
VIII
:
Subsidiary
ii
Scientific Literature, Essay and Translation.
Faper I to
VI will fonn Group I, and Paper MI
and
WIi will from Group II.
An aggregate 35Yo in each goup will be required for
a
pass. The candidate
who fails in one grollp need to appear for that goup only.
VI) should be answered in Sanskrit only.
Papers (Paper VII & UII) may be answered in Sanskrit or in
The Main Papers (Paper I to
The Subsidiary
English or in Malayalam.
lz.
)
LIST OF TEXT BOOKS
FIRST YEAR EXAMINANON _ MARCH / APRIL 2004.
PAPER I - MUr,qK.,qvYa. KHANDAKAVYA^ ALANKARA AND
VRTTA
Max. Marks
Tirne
:
:
100
3 F{rs
Script should be used.
:
Kirdt*jroiy*
:
Sisupilavadham - Canto I
/.
- Canto
I
20 Marks
20 Marks
MA
K6liddsa :
25 Marks
Megfiasande6arn-Cornplete
ALANKARA
Fifteen Alarikaras from Kuvalaydnanda, Kdril-a with its Vrttis
1. Upanfi
4. Smr-ti
7. Ullekha
10. Samlsokti
13. Kar,yalinga
2. Rupaka
5. Bhranti
8. Atiiayokti
1. Dipaka
14. Tulyayogita
1
.
20 Marks
3. Utpreksa
6. Sandeha
9. Apahnuti
12. Virodhabhdsa
15. Arthantaranyhsa
15 Marks
VRTTA
Fifteen Vrttas from Vrttaratrakara of Kedirabhatta
1.
4.
Anustup
Upajati
2.
5.
Upendravajr6
3.
Indravajd
Rathoddhatd
6.
Salini
,
13
8.
7.
MalinJ
10.
Mandil<r-antd
13.
VamSastham
S*rrunai
1. Viyogini
14. Vasantatilakam
1
g. Sragdhara
12. Puspitdgr6
15. Slrduiavikriditarn
?
PAPER II _NATAKA. GADYAAND CHAMPU
Max. Marks
Time
:
:
100
3 Fks
Answers should be written in Sanskrit. In writing Sanskrit Devandgari
Script should be used.
Abhli fianaSakuntalam of Kaliddsa
50 Marks
Kddambari of Bdnabhatta
20 Marks
MahaSvetdr'rrttantam
Champu
Rnmayaqrarn Champu
30 Marks
AyodhyEksnda only
PAPER III _ EARLY PERIOD
Max. Marks
Time
:
:
100
3 FIrs
Arswers should be wriffen in sanskrit. In writing Sanskrit
Devarngari
Script should be used.
1.
Vedic Reader of A.A. Macdonel
Hymns
-
Agni, Indra, Usas and Kitava
20 Marks
)
14
2.
a
1
4.
Kathopanisad
20 Marks
ArthaSastram of Kau{ilya
- Ch. I Vinayddhikaranam
Bhagavadgita - Chapter I Arjunavisddayogam
40 Marks
20 marks
Max. Marks
:
100
Time
:
3 Fks
Answers should be wriuen in Sanskrit. Devandgari Script should be
used.
'
2.
I
Tarkasamgraha of Annambhatta - Fuil with Dipik-a
30 Marks
Siddhantakaumudi
50 Marks
1.
3.
5.
7.
3.
San{fiaprakaranam2. paribhasiprakaranam
Acsandhi
4.
Halsandhi
visargasandhi
6.
Subanta
Tinanta
- B6la Sabda and J6ya Sabda
- Bh[ and Edh.
Arthasamgrahaoflaughksibhdskara
20 marks
Max. Marks
Time
:
:
100
3Fks
Answers should be written in Sanskrit. Devandgari Script should
be rced.
1. Kavyadar6a of Dandi - Chapter I
40 Marks
2.
Sahityadarpar,:a of Vi6vanatha - Ch. I,
III and VI
60 Marks
t'
\t
t
,
l5
Max. Marks
Time
:
:
100
3 Fks
Arswers should be written in Sarskrit. Devandgari
Script should be used.
Sdmkhyakirikaofisvarakrishna
-{
40 Marks
2. Vedantasdra of Sadananda
40 Marks
3. Yogasttra ofpataffjali _ pdda I only
20 Marks
PHILOLOGY
Max. Marks
Time
:
:
100
3Fks
Answers may be written in Sanskrit or
in English or in Malayalarn In
writing Sarskrit Devanagari Script should
be used.
i.
:
50 Marks
Vedic Literature
$g veda, its date, arrangemen! social and cultural conditions
ofthe Rg Vedic age, philosophic tendencies
in Bg Veda,
2.
Yajurveda, Simaveda, Atharvaveda,
Upanisads,
Brahmanas, Iranyakas, Slltra texts
and Vedangas.
Classical Literature
Epics, Purdnas, Mahdkalyas, Sastrakirryras,
Drama and Contribution
ofKerala to Sanskrit Literature
!
t6
Books for Reference
1.
History of
:
Classical
M. Krishnamachariar
Sanskrit Literature
2. Indian K6.rya Literature - 5 volumes :
3. Samslfiasdhityacaritram :
A.K. warder
Vadakkumlar,
Published from
S.S.U.S, Kalady.
4.
Samslctasihityacaritnm
- 2 volumes
:
Kerala Satritya Academy,
Trichur.
B.
I
Comparative
Philoloey
50 Marks
Introduction
1.
Nature and Scope ofthe Science oflanguages, its main
divisions.
2.
3.
Theories about the origin of language.
classification ofthe ranguages, Morphological and
Geneological dialects and congnate languages.
4.
Indo
-
European family, General characteristics, the major
members.
5.
II
Indo
- Iranian branch, Vedic and Classical Sanskrit and mkrt.
Phonolory
1.
Mechanism of speectr, production of speech sounds, sonants
and consonants and their classification.
2.
Phonetic laws, Law ofpalatalisatiorl Grim,s law, Grasman,s
law and Fortunate,s law.
,
ta
t.
?
t7
3.
4.
Analory, its main varieties.
Phonetic change, its causes, various types ofphonetic changes,
Apenthes is, Anaptyxis, Aphare s is, Haplolory, Matathe s is,
Syncope, Assimilatioq Dissimilatiorq Historical Srnvival and
compensatory change.
il.
Morpholory
1.
Parts of speech, the elements building up Indo-European
languages.
2.
3.
4.
IV
Word building and form building suffixes.
Main types of verbal action, Reduplication and Augment.
Compounds and their classifications.
Semantics.
1.
Semantic changes, its causes, types of semantic change,
specialisation, generalisation and transference.
Books for Reference
i.
:
Srirnannarayaruunurti :
An Introduction to Indian
Linguistics.
2.
T.K. Ramachandra
lyer
:
A Student's Hand Book of
Comparative Philolory.
PAPER VIII
-
SUBSIDIARY II
SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE. ESSAY AND TRANSLATION
Max. Marks
Time
:
:
100
3 Fks
/
a
at
a
3a'
?
18
Answers of Part
A may be written in Sanskrit or in English or in
Malayalam. Answers of Pafi B should be written in Sanskrit. In writing
Sanskrit Devan-agari Script should be used.
Part
A.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Part
B.
40 Marks
Scientific Literature
Ayurveda
Jyoti3tutra
Ga4ita
Vdstuvidyi
Essay
Two Essays out of four should be answered. Answers must be written
in Sanskrit.
1.
2.
Part
C.
1.
2.
One based on relating to Sanskrit Literature.
20 Marks
One based on curent events.
15 Marks
Translation
English to Sanskrit
15 Marks
Sanskrit to English or Malayalam
10 Marks
Books for Reference
1.
:
Cultural Heritage of India Vol.
W
Ramakrishna Mis sion Institute
:
of Culture, Calcutta.
2.
Scientific Heritage of tndia
:
Ed. Dr. K.G. Paulose.
:
Ed. Dr. K.G. Paulose.
(Mathernatics)
3.
Scientific Heritage oflndia
(Ayurveda)
r ^?. .
,
a.
,
4.
t9
History of Science
and
:
Debiprasad chattopadhyaya.
in
:
Dr. S. Venkitasubramania Iyer.
in
:
Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya.
Technolory in Ancient India
5.
Technical Literature
Sanskrit
6.
Science and Society
Ancient India
7
-
Indian Scientific
Traditions :
Ed. Dr. N.v.p. Unnithiri,;
Calicut University.
8.
Sarskrit Series No. 19.
6art
u-
Indiayil
- 2 volumes
:
Kerala Bhasa Institute,
Thiruvananthapuram.
G
B.A DEGREE COURSE-MALAYALAM. HINDI & KANNADA MAIN
SIIBSIDIARY SANSKRIT (2003 ADMISSIONS )
Answers may be written in the Main Language or in Eng;listr or in Sanskrit.
In writing Sanskrit Devandgari Script should be used.
Max. Marks
Time
1. Poetry :
2. Drama :
3. Grammar :
Raghwam6am of Kilid6sa
:
:
100
3 Fks
- canto V.
Swapnavdsavadattam of Bh-asa.
1. Declersions ofthe
Sabdas
Pitr, Vanarn, Pronours
ofRlma, Frajl, kavi,
-'Idam'
and 'Etad' in
all genders and 'Yusmad' and'Asmad'.
2.
Conjugation ofthe Roots
'Bht' and 'Vand' in
the following five Lakdras. La1, Li1, Lot, Lair
and LrL
3.
Simple mention of the Sandhi without the
Sttras.
4.
Translation
:
Translation of textual verses from Sanskrit into
Main Language.
The Sanskrit Subsidiary Paper shall be set in Sanskrit and English and
rnay be answered in Sanskrit or English or the main language. Total 100
marks for the paper to be distributed as 60 marks for texts, 25 marks for
grammar and 15 marks for trarslation.
21
Distribution ofMarks
1.
:
Raghuvamdam of Kllidasa
1.
- Canto V
Short questions requiring answers in
one or two sentences ( 5 out of g)
2.
5
2x5 :
10
Questions requiring answers not
exceeding one paragraph (3 out of 5)
4.
5xl -
Explanations of Sloku,
" With Anvaya (2 out of 3)
3.
30 Marks
Annoration (2 out of 3)
3x3 :9
2x3 : 6
30
2.
Sviapnavdsavadattam of Bhasa
1.
Short questions requiring answers in
one or two sentences (5 out of g)
2.
2x5 :
10
Questions requiring answers not
exceeding one Paragraph (3 out of 5)
4.
5xl :5
Explanations of Slokas with Anvaya
(2 out of 3)
J.
30 Marks
Annotation (2 out of 3)
3x3 :9
2x3 : 6
30
-)'t
Grammar
1.
2.
Declensions (4 out of 6)
Conjugation in the given tense
or moods in particular persons
(4 out of 6)
I
4x2 :
4x3 :
8
12
o
I
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