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Paper I - Physiolccy and Bacteriology
PaPer II- Child devclopment anC Famjly relations.
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Paper IV- Textiles and Clcthing.
Fuper V - Home lulunogement
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Other options under paper VI (u) Economics (U) Sociology and
( d) Horne S-ei-e-ruce--Exta.nsion
Education remains the same.
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Physiology and amd Bacter:irfogy is expected to
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.l!y=glogy-- Z hrs /ueek. Marks 40
I ' General Struxture and f unctions
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re and Preperties of rnusclod-"hemical_
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clotting _ Blood groups Rh
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n{ffEbrt-structure prope-ties
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muscle-cardiac rnuscle-b.Iood
rnusc}e-b.rood
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Form.tien nf tissue fruid and rymoh-lymphatic system
oedema spleen-.
Reticule fndothelial system.
VI. DIGESTl 1 S'/3TEi'I;--:Structure and functiens of the "'tJiges
tive tract-functinns ef ocess.ary
orgar)s s uch as salivary gjlands
, tongUe, liver end pancreas-enzymes_d
igestion and absorption of carboh,ydrates
fats and proteins.
VII URINARY SYSTEM
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Anatomy, s'tructure and functinns of kidney-Urine fermation and rni'cturi.--
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in follicle-overian anr uterine cy.cles and their regu.Lationor
Ytullotn
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implantation
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cincurafip,n partutd ton-r-actat jrn and : ts
reguration.
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IX ENDCCRtrNE 5YSTEM;
Strueture arrr.,i 'r"uncliicns of adrenaf
glandsl, phyrd,od gran,
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NERVOUS SYSTEM:
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Structuie of a nerve cell
Rr fl-ex action
system ald autonomic nervous system (only th:, parts anC general functione
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Structure and functionq in brief. Eyer Ear, ltl:l;e, Tonguer skin.
XII. Regulbtion of body temperature.
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Herbert Eharles and TayloY, Burke Nortl':n. The Living Body.
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2. Subrahmanyamr.Sarada and Machavankutty K .A, , ConeFs e
of physiology.
3;-- V.andar, Sherman, and Lucianc. Human physiology.
4.Ratan, Vidya. Handbook of Human pi V"iotogy.
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1. Indrodgrction importance of the I rtudy of bacteriofogy.
2; Histery and development of bacte
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Classification of microorqanisfist,
4. Bacteria morphelngy structure,' ! hup", size, physinlogy.
mctiligy, nutritiorr, factars arf,cting growth, reprcducticn
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5 ' EultiL'c L-r:i-r, .;-sol-a'cion and ,'i""/rrrcation
of bacteria types of mediainocul&tion- ef culi-ure medi a i isor-ation of pur,e cu-Ltures .
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imp-riance'
7', yeasts mr:rphclogyt etrcn(;mic
fiethc'ds '1 transiir issien'
B. Infectici- - scurces cf infcrtien'
g.Immunityinnateandqcquiredtype-activeancl;:assiveimmgnizatien"
s chcdule f or chiLdre rt
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10. Chcmr-rtheraPy - Sulphcnamicies l'ntibintics
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aclministratinn I ccmplicatjcn elue tr antibieti'css '
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l2.Principlescfepictermiofogy-Bacteriainr-}dtiontcciseasepneumcnia,meninlitis,gnnarrha".l'=yp|rillis,tuberculosis,Ieprc-,syr
cough'
diphtheria1 tetanus, typhr-id, cholera' plaguc, 8,hcflping
dysentrlr malaria t
13. prc,tozoa in t"I.t.5-b tO de.seases amoebic
sleeping sickness, KaJa-aZar' Eeishamaniasis'
in relation
14. Vir/uses - Morpholcgy - Eacteriephasus virtuses
ti d{rseases - sffia11pex1 chicken pcX r mLesles', German measles '
pc1}myelitis, rabies, infldenza,cCmmon cnld ye}1ow fever,
infective hePatitis o
mumpS,
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15.Microbi..]-ngyofsci]'SnUri:.-.sanclkinds'oloanisms,Nitrogen
cycle andnitrogen fixaticn '
sev'Jag€16. Micr.obiclcgy of sewaga-sources anrl kinds :f '--Iganisms '
treatment.
l{icrobiolegy -'MiIk, fish, meatt egg, foc,rj spoilage food
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pteservation food Pnisoning'
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Teat fo'r
18, lr,licrobinlegy r'f water-st.urces anC kinds i c,rganism.
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SanitorY quelitY;
Purificatinn'
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19. MicrobinlogY of air sciurce s anC k inds c f crrgan
(l cr:ntrel nf
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or.ganism.
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. Midrobielegy By A,nna K. Joshua '
Barnes "anc NobIe'
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'Exp'erienced professer.
3. A guide to Microbiolqgy and Bactr riclngy - By an
. prokashen Kendra, Lucknow 226 JA7''
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rrival of BabJ,ithe':r
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eljustgen-'s tn postnatrr l-:f e
br .infancy.
djustments - .,r'nditions infJ.uencing
characte.o" ir-". of the
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chanses - Hazdtds .and
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Happiness tueed ;;;
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Theories
and vatues- chara.l ;Erstics
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- common pfay activities j active and passir,r oiul-l -,
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Pre-School Eclucatinn i_ Histcrry
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FAMI LY
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Drganisation-
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RELATJONS
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Marks I ZO
1. Family:- The basic insti.tution
lrefinitian and functions Typeau.
of famiries :- l'lerits and demerits ef jnint anc nuc]ear
famiries.
2o sex Ecucation z- rmportance anc methods Eehavicurar
problems
rerated to sex3 HemcsexuaJ-ity, mastu:.bat'an,
premaritar and Extra_
matital refations r prostitutian
sexually Transmitted Diseases
Gonorrhoea - syphiJ_J_J.s, and AIDs
3. t'[.grripEes- preparation for marriage; physicalr
social emotisna].
and intellectual_ maturity.
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:'llaritar Adjustments;Adjustments
t.l mut., in-.r_aws, sexuar and
financiaL aclgustments _ ;;;;";; -iriilr!"cing
these adjustmehts
criteria of successful marital adjustrents
Adjustment to parenthood
factors influencing..'
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vocational Adiustment :- Selection .nt stability
of vocation- adjustment of men and wcmen to work
Haz4rds of marital- and vocaticnal
6djustment in early adulthood.
4' Adjustn:'-r- to various changes in micidr-e
agJ, ;:hysica1,, especially
menopa - -rsr:aI svndrcme, and the rnalcl
c1ymacteric Synd:rome, social,
voeatir:na 1 al d chan ged interes ts .
to rnaniec familv o"an"r"" ! chansed i
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f,amily patterns
chtinged reres' sexr granti purenthcod, fess
nf spouse, ;";.;;;;n".
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'rBrd age :- charactere ti.cs probrems related to work, retirment.
and changes in family life
Different riving arrengements for
the Elderly Institutjonal living.
6' E:itical family situations affecting chird
development:- I;fiderity,
Alcoholism, Desertien, Disabirities, unemployment
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du.e to divorce death Dr suicides.
7. Influence of FamiIy on child development:_
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Inf.Iuence of parent6l attitudes, child training rnethods, family sirze, t
sibting relationship, heme setting, reconstituted homes and preferBnce i.
for one .parent on family refationships Hazar.ds in family relationsh
B. Population Education:- Definition
need for limiting the size of
family - planned parenthood.
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Eb=ervation ef overei.l-1 development cf preschoc r chiLdren.
Evafuar-irrr :f play equipment in a pre-icho,rl-,
Socie metric study of adoleseents.
Study of the prcblcms c,f the aged
Debefes, discussions and seminare on topics reiated to chil_d Development and family .
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REi:EFEI{EE BCOKS
Derre}e;+nerH-ps-rrchologryr- EJ-izab-atjl B-. rlurbckr-FlC-=Gr+w,HiJ-I
?. Chilcl
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: uJr,3-,,,-,i JpL.:k; ',1/.lin l, 11ert and Co Ltd, 44 lij---i
street, Lcndon !r/, XBLil .
4. A Text E,:..k nf Chi1d ! e hav-our., I "K[pEUSuJamy, Vikas publishinq
House Pvt. Ltd, New ieihi.
5. Child psychnlnglz . E l4avis iictire:r-i-nGt,rr-, anr.: li:-:ss D Parke MC
.Book Company - liew De-r.hi,
5. Introduct-:cn tc r--hj,-l-cr''r"ue,-.npnrE:n{. - ,Joirn p. ,Dilr.:r
etzlcy wesi,
G1.,1,r,.,,
publishing lompa.l,1',, Nel.l |-1p.
7. Eevelopmen,.t=-1- psychology .fr:r., Va is-'vaVefl,
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c Noth Ham New- Delhi,
B. DeveJ.opmental psycl'r,:-'1-ogVr'."S,,).Chaul-:e, 1-aksh.mi iJar'ain Agarwal, Idc,:a, |
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tional publishcrs, itgrr
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9. Thems in r:5:id c---vr:icpmr:n.t. E "D., B iratia r Doaba HoursB y IJo'ok se-r-,:r.: an
pub'lishers, 154S, i\iar sa::ak, Ielni, - 6 "
10. A Text Dock':,f r:iril.l r;:-te,D,'i,nrr-.rl f ajamnal P" i)evacas anC N. ,.i a3ra.
Mac i{i1Iar-r .Irroia Ltd, De'lhj-, 14adra:i.
11. Exception..,- L irildic,i-r, Tireir ;rsychoiogy and EdLtcation by
Chintainanikar ste::l-ing ;;ublishers Frvt. Ltd, runga_1ore.
12. The Exceptic,ral- chi''!c, Jarn:s F llagarS and ..lr:lrn R. Eici-icrir, Hc--:.
Rirr:,:,:... r' j -i ,,"'iitG tcrn , frl ew \ ark .
13'. Sex Ecl r-r : uicr;-.; and persL, Iii.r.-,: V Ilave-i-:,;:ment, Antlny i,,Dl.souz.:, .'3i;
PublisherF o 4/'/ Deshebandhr:, Gupta Rcad, [,!eur leli-i,:.
14. Marrj-age, a--d !-ami.-,,, '-i'yirr; in rn,Ciarl Ka,..taclja.
15. Marr j-coc. {:l::c:rrt i . i;'for_rc , The Grr,wLlf Loll-ier F ubl-ish:12 1... ,
50 Fif 'th n,,,/or-lU€ I Neur york "
16. Family L-if e Educat-ion Ve.l-ilc Educa-tibn, Marie: f,l:'gnon Mass carcn:.a._..!
EREST, l-liEh street, i3angoJ-ore-5.
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1' To learn about the re-lation betu;een nutr-itiotr .,111., trealth.
2' To i-rovi-de infornration ab,rut the functio,o-, ;ie riiLorisii:, Sources,
requi i n:ents and elfects of cteficienclr, of various nutrient-e.
3" To impart theoretical and practical knov;1ed.'e red.,rding the planning,
prep 'ration'and serving ol bal-ance diets in hr-e1th and
cjisease.
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Nutrients - their funcii_ons in gerre, ,-L,rr,ociy bui]tr.irg,, energy giving
ernd reguJating) -- functionai classificiiaticn of foods.
2" Food Groups (Easic fcur, flve, sel,/en
?nd efeven (easic and use.
3. Recommended Dietary Allowances "
4" Stud5r i
i. C-9-re-als= S-l:;.-.urc .r.tc c:rposition (,rheat ano rlce) --commonly
useC cere a1s and cereal proclucts -Prrc€-esin6 of rice-parbo11ing,
parcitin{. Ii ta-'1rrg , ri:i-1 1i n8; anci han/lf,ound-:-ng l,t, s}iing anci cookingstor.age of co.reals,
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PuJseS: Common pulses used in Inci;:'l{,-irj tirze value of pulses processlr-lg ot pulses--Lathyrism.
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Nuts anci ollsegds: llutrltlve val';e--portern foods for infants, and
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iv. I{i]-} and.S!fk progu-cts: Nutritive courr,osition-processlng of milk-Pasterurization, boiling, coagulation, f€r.mentatlon--mllk--Mi1k
Products--(curds, Buttermilk, Butter., Ghee, cheese, whFy
skinmed mll-k. toned milk condensed rrilh, I,,alai Khaa (mava)
v" Vegetab.l-es: cl-assificatian--Nutritive,varue--vegetable
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pigments--v'egetable ceokery--selection and storage.
Fruits:
Nutritive val-ue-change during ripen/ing-Darkening
of f:'uits Eggs: Nutritive value-Digestibii-ity-Characteristics of fresh
eggs--Deterioration of eggs--Egg cockei,y.
Meai- :i-'-.1-eties of meat--Nutriti-ve composition--Meat cookery-Tenderc -ss of rrei,rt"
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F::ts .rr..r-_$;!! ;-.r-,irJ-rrg --^-1,.:ituiu::a --Ri;nalnity--Nutrltive
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of fats in cookerY.
xa, Bgyglggi g." C-Las-e-iflca.tion--Nutr-i-tive'rr:11''e-Uses anci i't'brrses in tiie diet.
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5. illethods of coor.r-ing-- ACva.ntag;es anO riisai\,I.:rri-[i]i:,es --preservation of
nutri-er..'tl, .
Food sari-tii tion ancl irygiene.
Food pr.; ,:e r'v,..tion--pr incipl-es and
Stud',/ of ll :-;::i-ents :
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EgfS= Cl-assifica :icn--functions-sltur;teci cno unsaturated fatty
i c id s - -hyc.' ogcna tion --e s s ential fa try i,c 1o s --d i ge s tion--absorptj-on
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rn!--'E:rli.);r-.rn (trrnsninirtion, ceamtnati:n,
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s sources and S.1p,;l
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'Jeclr"Lcr-ylltion)-6;ligntary trrl-ue of p:rcteins.
tions --d e fl:i-enc./ --s cLlrc e --requirements -
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t.iiner: If : Functio :ts , oe fi-c l ency--s.-',-irccs --rec uirenents .
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Futictiorrs -'-\[atei- balance llJ i:er frr t. ke ..rrd water
It-1_qe,:-; ixcri ;. r oi:0,-:eclera , ltcl Ceh;'ldreition)--w.r':e: i:eiii;ire ;tent.
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ener;-1r..-4e flnitlon cf c.l i':ri,e --d e'tErminu tlon of energy
by bomb cafu'rimeter--physiol-ogical fued villues--B.M,R.--
fcr
of focci
val-ue
Fcc*-osS r. 11iIr,e-nCC-r.\t -rY.rea-\,-rqr^el^f o+B. t<t.8.,
Toial Ene riy req'ii-remen'c ancl faC'cors- infl,ier:cing-- Iistimation of
entrjl:gy reu.uircments--Indiar.-- reference man'and Woman.
I'teal PJgr:-+.IIrg: Principles :f meal p1ann1;rg--Plarrning meals according
to :ctivitv and income--p1-ann\ng diets foroifferent a$e groups and
phr,srol-ori-tciil- s$etes -l-j-ke pregnancy and L:iltation.
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of
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of liet therapy''-Therapeutic modlfications
diet---liquid--soft--b-and dlets '
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Aliment:ry canal--peptic,.ilcer . coZitis ,
hep: tltis, cimhosis .
Kidney--Gl-omenrl-e nephritis
, ti.'inary
tipation,
cons
dierryhoea,
Ca1cul-i.
cardio-r,ascular system: Ather.c-scleresis, hyportnsion
Diabetes Mellitu-".
Allergy
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Aneamias
Protein-Energy
Mal_
nutrition
Obe,"ity
Febrile
diseasee
Vi-t-,min deficiencies
42. Role of importent national anc intern".,Eioilrl egencies in the
impr.ovement of nutrition.
FAO, i,[HO, iii\IcEtr, CARE, ICIUR, CFTRI
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11. Important natlonal- nutrrtion -ntelvention
school, fiunch programme,e, ICDS and ANP.
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14. Assess:r,en'i of nutrltlonal st;.,{ rs ln breif cL, ctives--nee{--pgthods,
15. ltrutrlt:-ca cducatj-on--needs and methods--rmporl-.nce of audio yisual
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Refbrence Books 3
M.,
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of Food and Nutritici,i.
2. Antia, F.R. Clinical_ Dietetics and Nutrition.
3. Burton, Benjamin. I. Human Nutrj-tion.
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Roblnson, corinno, H,Basic Nutrition and Diet T,:erap]
6. Rebi-nson, corine H Fundamentars of Normal Nutrition.
7. Shukla, P.K. Nulritional problems of India.
g. 'Mudanbi, Sunathi, R and Rajagopal. ;F\rndamentals of FoqC and
Nutri.tion.o
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RajalaksFdi. B, Applied Nutrltion.
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swamlnathan.
Handbook
BWe#til:tf,8fi: M: EFiSBI3?}3 Bf
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and Integrated Appnoach.
ffi5?$, r ?8,,",!,.,t{rfiigte
Myrtie; L. tuut iition
11. Pavidson, Sii' sturiley. Human Nutrit-:i.n i'r.nd Dietetics.
. 14. Flsber, Katherj-ue. H. principles of Ilutrltion.
t+.- Wrcl:ior. frshe.,t o-v\A €atrur- hr":"fr"a ot ntrf Itro'*corr.
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IV(d) - Srr..7.BrJS IIrl |;i--r146 SC-l-El'lCE - EXTENSICN EDUCTTIOI{
OBJECTIVES: To help students to
a) Understand and appr.ciate thc principles of extension vrork
b) preparb for 'r j-c-:-.e: stucies in e:xtensicln eiucatic:rl
c) Become effective i'icrtre Sci'-'nce E><tension 1-^:orkers;
d) offer leadership 1n :he Comm,unity
1. Elements of Rural SocilcgrY: :) Structures of Inoiars rural society: c aracteristics c)f rural life in
India-Family.Ca.steanore:Iigion-Ruralvalues
b) Rural problens provisicns to improve mral areas : heal-th, education,
agriculture, income, conditions of'work, Child care clnd recrcation
2. Community Devclopment prograrnrnc in fndia:a) Meed for and scope of extension '',^,'ork in India
lt) The five year plans of Government cf Indie
e) origin, history, objective.s and organizatlcn of the community developmci'L
prograrnme in fndia, Block set 1zp and rcle of furlctionaries
,-t) Rcl-e of home science in developing a community - The Homc' science
Extenslon Programme - Ro,Ie of Gram Sevika ancl Mukhya sevika, their
training
e ) p.-nchafati R;-; and Cornmunitlr Deve-opment Pro.-:rarnre =' Rural Basic
rnstitutiqns/ panchal'ats. co-operatives and schocls
f) Co-opdinatioa of extension wor],. lvith other agenci es and voluntr:y organisations - stucly of the organisation ancl activities of central Scpcial
PA.PER
Ir,IeIfare Board, Bharat Sevak samaj and xastunba Gandhi Natl.Qnal M€morial
Trust
Comparision of the extension f,tnd comrmrnitY development programrnes of.
tndia with tnat of u$A, Jappan and phltippines
3. Principles and,_Methods of Extension work:a) philosophy and principles of extension education
b) CommUpication need, type anci problems, teaching and learning process:
elements., characteristics ano iuter-relatio.n-'hiP
c) Individual, group and mass media of comnn:nication - study of the ,. i'
follwolng methods witn refererr*ce to'pqtip.,""s, aclvantages, Cisagvantages
and trrcints to be rememb,e,recl r,'rhile susing; pere.6'na1 contacts. gir:ouP discussions. workshops, carnpaigns,i method and result demonstrations,
literature (neivspapers, leaflets, bulletins and pamphlets) exhibition,
s)
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field trlps artd meetings.
d) Auclio visual aids in extensj-on work: need, advantaqes.-rnd tiow to use-I-hem
' effeetively. otudy of the use of motion pictures sti}l plctures,
radio, fle,nn,:l graph, flash cards, posters anc c arts, cramatizr-iticn enc
trse of folk media
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Al-imentery canal--pepti-cr.r1cen "coZj-tis, constipation, diarrhoea,
hep: titis , cii'rhos is .
Kidney--Gl-omen-ll-e nephrltis, Lir.'inary Cal-culi-.
Cardio-r,ascular system: Atherc-scleresi_s, hyportnsion
Dlabetes Mel]itu,".
Allergy
Aneamias
Protein-Energy Mal nutrltion
Obe-eity
Febrile diseases
Vit,min deficiencies
42. Role of importent natioiral anc ir:tern*t joilr.l e ge-ncies in
improvement of nutritj.on,
FAO, wHC,, UII]CEI
,
CARE, ICMR, CFTRI.
11. fmportant natlonal- nutrrtion,nter.venti-on
school l[unch programme-e, fCDS and ANP.
Cr.lgrarxunes
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14. Assess:rien'r of nutritional sfi:1 rs in bre if c;L- ctives--nee_d--methods,
15. llutrit:-ca cducation--needs and methods--Impo:.'.rnce of audio Visual
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M., Handbor,k of Food and ldutr.itici,i.
Antia, F.R. Clinicaf Dietetlcs tind Nutrition.
3. Burton, Benjarnin. I. Human Nutrition.
*_
,. Robinson, corinno, H.Basic Nutrition and Diet r,:erapy
6. Rebi-nson, corine H Fundamentars of Norrnar Nutrition.
1.
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14.
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Shukla, P.K. Nulritional problems of fndia.
'Mudambi, Sunathi, R and Rajagopal.
;F\-rndamentsls o.f Foqd and Nutrition.
'Bi "fi[sg, j
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M: Etistlitl5
.PJlte; Rufitr.
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Bqir*n Myrtie; L. Nut ii-tion ar:d rnteg ated Approach.
Pavldso:r, si:" st::rr1ey. Human Nutrit-:i-n i--r.nd Dieteti.cs.
Flsber; Katlieriue. H. principles of iiutrition.
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Recor'd the
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cere<r s , pur-ses
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Weaning recelpes.
l-ood preserv. tion_jam,
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cf r-ice, ravar p.u-.e-q end
, inir-],, vesetables
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squl:h, l-rlckl es.
Diets:- Planning a.o prep:ring
5,r.-,nced diets for
dif'ferent :rge j'or-p,, accoi-dirg
?her'-'peutic ailts:- planr:ing io ,rr"".".*"uo iictivity.
anrr prep., ,.{no diets
for peptj.curer.
cons tipation--Hapatiti-e--cirrhos
Idorrna-L
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o besi ty--tvphoi
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is --cut r',,;gr-omeruro--nephritj.e.
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r=::i::;';::$i;*;"ff1:;rrr{er-1itus -rvv--;; r;.;;'. I iiu.r., .
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l'ood AnalJsls:
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pro
rein,
c,,r"bohv.ri
tests:
(c)
j.um inCalcium
\c/ UaIc
in food
food
Hgirrhf
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height
t".,
sug.ir. by Bcnedr"rf,-. ruc
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condj.tion by comparison
with s tI nci: r.cj s .
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weight
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(b) E_etirr.ratlon cf reciucing
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hrs. pr.ctlcal_
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1' To give each stuclent a desj-ra cc recodn].se -rird i:1i.,reci:, te
textile
fibers.
2. To give the stucerits sou-nd scientifc tneory cor:cer.nj_ng
fibres,
including tireir productlon, properti-es -rrrri Lrses sc thrt they wil_lh:,ve a solful b-ckground for a cleilr underst r:,ding of r;extllestheir sel-ection use and crre.
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To ecquire the qbility rncl ski-ll- in selecting textiles rnd ccnstructing clothing i-nd other house horci -.ir.t1c1r-.s.
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THE9Jq
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Trl*"Oj.-I:
(a) Definit-ion of
flbre (b) Frim::r-y ^ncr se.o'c.ry properties a
polyrnen ,rr:^.t l-,1ssess (c) Fibre cl:ssr-t.r_c._tron (o; r,ibre
identi fic . tiod
(visu:1, i:uring, microscopic -rrrd cherlic_i7.
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f,Ei;.TILE l;,IB.ritrs :
cotton, 1inen, s-i-1k, woo1, viscose, .?ce t-r i,;, 1:o1y...mirie (wyton)
Polyster (d:cron) (Each of tfrls flbre rs discurs: e d unoer the
fcll-owlng hea.ds ) (a ) Froduction ( b) pr.opertie_s_-.r4icL:cscopic,
Physicar" Thermi_,1, Chemic.::l :rild biolc,3ic:1 (c) rtse s.
and
rrl " yARli CONSIRUCTiON (SPINNiNG)
(r) DEfinition (b) yarrr proccsslng (c ) iypes
irr.nc, mecir.nic.;rmodern or chemical (d) Yarn propertie s
11,v,ist, number, thlckness, h
hr nk .rncl Cenj_er systeil) (",, yctrn cl_._,ssific-.tr
-,r- r,l,engtl:, number, .jrya_
ngement, consti uction, simple, comprex or r,.ovei ty; ( f Textured
)
Y'rns (g) Engineered yirns (Lrrpirds and coriri-:in. r:ions)
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(") !reavj-ng--Ioom, its !,:ir"ts rrlG oijer rticns ,,lr) tlel.res-1) Basic weives (Plain, Fli-bl,,nd b,.sKi) r, Twrl1, herringbone,
s-rtin, C1.:teen) (Z) Decor':t-i-r,-e v,e --,. s i,, i1e , l_erio, double c1oth,
l,rppet, s',vi_',eJ: ,=i;o-t, cioi:bir, j_,c,i_.rg-,rC ) (j) Chrri"acter-istics cf ',^,o.,rer, f-br'ics (y:rn..-',,u'--r.-,c, -:r., \,rcf-i-, grain, slevedge,
threec cculnt, b:il-i--l-nce). (c) L:iiit.irlt,-.-C'irinition-wlrr.p ,and
weft i';-r:,i ttlng) Other" methcds or- ,l:.iii-i it . fll:r,ir:s-Fe1tlng, brcliding,
nettlr:15 r'-l;'ce ilukir:g, boricling.
V. FABP.IC FIN+-p,1E_! i
(e) Defini;i-on, alms, cl.rsslfic tion ( c) iyie s sirrge ing ble:rching,
. _t-.
merceEizlnb,
s:;nforiZinf;, calendarin,L,, ti,n,_lerln6, ci.it.Jbblng,
fu1Iing, -"chreinerizing, I{otreing, erfli:ossirrg, hiptr,ing, brushlng,
shear'ing, sizj_ng, wei_ghting, beetl_ini:, c :rllonisrn,g, glc-zing,
crope and crinkled effect, crer:Se resis'; rnce, \ri-ter repolling, water
prooiir:g, l:Ieme proofingr rnc,'th proefing, mifdr€ii/ I)roofing, st:rbl-ization.
VI.
COLOUR AND IC:JIGN:
) Classillci,tion of dges (b) Synthetic dye r.--(r,1rect or subst:rntive,
Azoic c-,1- o;pnili.t1, aciu, Bis:i-c or i-i'lk :fi. :+ce ti te (disper.sion dyes )
V:t, Sulpirer', Itlordant or met,-iff lsec iye s. r-r 5ri,cnt colours ).
(c ) IUe-Ihocs cr cyeing--stock, yarn, pisc. , cr'osij , scf ution und
product dyeing. (d ) Printi-r:g rnetirccis--- t;iockl roil-.-r, screen, resist,
oisch -rge, spray, tiq. rnd dye , tl.tik s te nci l- r:upJ ex :nd photographic.
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SELllCTICjll CF ir-t:BRICS FOR:
) Garmen ts--SareeS, chol-is, skirts , s-ilr.Ls , pi nts , cillldren's
clothing an:r underg-,rnLents (b) House i,oi_C l_inen--sheets, piliow
c-ses, L;ed :pre:-ds, tovieis, t.:b1e l-inerr, curt,-ir.rrs blinkets, ruge ancj
(") fmport,rnce of l,ebles in sele ct:-on.
c:, rpets.
Comparltlve study o1 y6,ir1y mlde, tailor. ri,j.ce _ i c sel_r nlde
(o
gur nents
VIII.
IX..
AN
introduction to Indian textiles
CARE
-rnd e;irbroioeri.es.
OF'
) Laundering L,spects--water -h:rd, soft,,sof-t.=r:J-ng aigent-e
DEtergents--'oaps snd syndets, Baleaches-oxiolsir:r, and r-educing,
Blues, optlcil brlghteners, stiffening *telts. (b) LAun.Jering
equiph,c--".- (c) Laundering methods and st,in remov'rI (d) Laundering
of cotton, s'i1k, wood " vi r^coSe cnd ther"nlcp1-. s -uic fibrics ( )
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thM?e i:eoacci, irc,,- e, p:tching-{g"9in8-9oqing--p1ain--knifecut,
P1aj-n arrd fiint (f ) General- storage of cfothes.
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(c) Steps in preptrring febric for
(e) 'lool-s for gr.rrnent construction.
) f.,-,i;., :rr;ri-sLifcnient (b) Metklods
drepinQ urrd commercinl- pgif'ter.ns.,
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dra ts iinc snocking (" ) Flni-shir,g neckl-ines (d ) Sleeves (set in,
ptrfr, Kimona i.nd rejfad)
(e) C,:-t1 ,.rs (l'1:it, str-ignt, ctrinese and hrrtl-e
"t
neck) (.f ) Pl-eckets (Continuous,i bound, .-lnd -fvced placket zipper)
(e) hers" (h) rasteners,
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M.ACTICALS
A
Indentific.tion cf textil-e f1l:res, visu:1, l:r.iring, microscopic and
.h
chemic.-1 tests.
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P'-r--i-iae , slip, Romper', frock. strree pe ttico:' , chcl-1 crni r:-ightie orTop
'V. I,1:].:i-ng ertic'les of h.cusehol-d .l-inen
Ci:shiorr c( er or p,il-lcr^i cover r t:rble cl-oth : table mi,ri.
VI. Knorr'leugc or textiles .rvallable thncugh visi'rl to shops:ind mill-s.
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Textiies & theircare
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Ho.rse hold textiles
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4. Pr':cticil. 'clothing
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cons truo tion practi-ca1s
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1; To orldnt students towards Home science.)
2. To trelp stucients learn principles of resources management.
3i To provlde students hnowledge on House hold Econornics.
-''lr . To make students conscious of assthetics.
5- ''-t\c give students knowledge on housingr and eguiprnent.
6. To encourage students toapply thecretical knortrledge in-, pracLi^ca]._
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2. _ Princj.ples of resource managementr
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invorved inllaanagement - decision rnalsin
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(a) t Def1mi.t1on anh clasitficati
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process applicable to alt resour
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guides to increasj.ng. satisfactio
satisfactio
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Fatigr:e - physlologlcal and psycho
Iilork simpU.fj_caLion _ process char
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PAPER \If F PSYCITOLOGY
4 hrs / week
Marks : 60
Oljeetives:
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Syllabus
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To introduce the study of human behaviours.
To help the'stucents understani tlie b;islc concepts
and
processes and,
To herp the students gain knc;wlecge rr.:garding personarity
ancl
lntelligenee.
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1. Scope of psyehologry:
---- a. History of psycholog:y, schools of psychologry:
defi-nltlon scope and natur€ relati-onship rvith
other
disciph.nes - (physiolo'yt ."ooiolo*, pnirlsophy
. alms and r-1gsg.
"."ib' Methcds of psychologlear Studles observation,
Experj.mentaln
rnterrriew, Devel0pmentar, case study and guestionnai_re.
2- Emotlon:- Nature gf emotion, deve]otrxn".ri or emotion,
or$anic
and physiologic.-ir changes in emotionr.Theories
of emotion(ilames
lange theory, cannon Lardts theory, motivational ttreory
cogrnitive,
theory).
3' Learning: Meaning - Types of r-earning, learning
curve, methods
of ]earning, conditioningr, classlcar condltioning,
instr11.rmental
condi r_-ioning, determj.nants of learning process.
4' Memory: a(a) Defj-nition - Processes in memory,
short term and lang
term memorlr. (b) forgr:tting, causes of forgetting,
theor.tes of
forgetting, factors influencing memory.
5' rntelligenes Definition - theorle-s of intelli-gence
brlef Hlstory
ef inteLllgente tests, types of interligence tests, ,
Mantar. age and
rnterligence guotient, Determinants of i-nterrlgence.
6' rndividual clifferences: distribution of individuar
differenees
normar eu.re-importance of individuar differences.
7; PersohaLlty: meaning, trai-ts of personali-ty. determinants
of personau
' developrnent
of Porson.-i1lty - types of personarity measurement of
personality.
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8' Dreams: characteristlcs of dreams. theoretical interpretations
of Dree
Fraudts .Tungrs and Adderrs theorj.es.
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Motlvat{cn: Characteristlcs, Need and drive.
10. Adjustrnent: Anxlety, conflict, frustration
and mental mechanlsm.
11. Mental Hygj-enee: Me.aning and scope of
mentar hygj-ence, i5_mportance
faetors af fecti-ng m*ntal health. therepeutic method.s.
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1. Man, psycholog,y
ompany Boston 1951.
2. Henry E Garrete
psychology, Eurasia publishj-ng House pvt.
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3' Kuppuswerni B Advanced Educti-o]:al psycliologl-, sterling
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IV(d) OBJECTIVES: To help students '-o
a) Understand an,-l apprr-cj-ate thc ;:::inciples of extension r;/ork
b) Prepare for tiic;.-io:: stucies in cxtensi<>n ci.ucation
c) Become effective iicmc Sci,-rnce E;,<tensj-on '.^'crrkersi
d) Offer l-eadersrtip i1 :he Comrnunity
1. Elements of Rrrral Socilcgry: :) Structures of Inoj-ars rural society: c.rractcristics of rural- life in
India - Famil-y. ca.ste ano rc:l-igion - Rural values
b) Rural problems - provisj-cns to improve rural (.:rcas : health. education,
agriculture, .income, conditions of'r.vork,, child carc and rc:creation
2. Community Dev,:lopment prograrTrrnc i-n fndi-a:a) Heed for and .scope of extension ',,^rork in fndia
b) The five year plans of Government cf Indle
e) Origin, history, objectives and organizaticn of the community developmci'L
programme in fndia, Block set yp and rcl-e of furrctionarie:s
'-r )
Role of home scienee i-n developi-ng a conuxunity - The Homc science
Extenslon Pro,Jrarnme - Ro,1e of Gram Sevika and Mukhya Sevika, their
training
e) P;nchalrati Ra , and Cornmunity Deve-opment Pror':r.lnu:re -- Rur.r1 Basic
fnstitutiqns, panchayats, Co-opcr,:rtives anq schools
f ) Co-opdination of extension worl.. l,iith other agencies anc voluntry oreanisations stu<1y of the organisatj-on ancl actirzities cf central Scpcial
PAPER
Irlelfare Board, Bharat Sevak samaj an.j Kasturb.-l Gandtd Natj-onal Memorj-al
Trust
q) Comparision or= the extensj-on Qnd commun "ty cievelopment prca-ranunes of
fndia with that of USA, Jappan and phj-lippines
3. Principles anr-'i_ Methods of Extens'ion work:-
a) phj-losophy an,-1 principles of exten-sion education
b) Commupication need, type and problems, teaching ano learning process:
elements., cha :acterj.stics a.no i-nter-rclatiqnship
c) fndividual, group and mass media of conrrmnj-caiion - study of the
follvroing metlroci-s wj-tn refercnce to purpc,scsr acr.varntages, Cis.eovantages
and points to be remembereo urliile susing; perscnal c,:nta.cts, group discussions. wo::kshops, campaigns, method and rcsult c,emonstrations,
literature (ncruspapers, leaflets, bulletins and pamphl,:ts) exhibition,
fj-elci trips .rnd meetinqs.
d) Audio visual aids j-n extension hrork: need. adv.rntac-Je.s arnd t,ow to u,:r:';.herii
effectively. ocudy of the use of motion pictures still pictures,
radio, flanne-,- g,rallh.. f l-ash cerds, posters (lncl c a::ts, ci.ramatiz;i ticn ancl
'r.tse of folk media
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