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File Ref.No.19231/GA - IV - B2/2013/CU UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
File Ref.No.19231/GA - IV - B2/2013/CU
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
Abstract
BA Afzal ul Ulama CUCBCSS 2014 Admission - Syllabus - Corrections effected in the Course Codes
of Core Courses, Open Courses and duration and pattern of exam for open courses - incorporated
- approved - implemented with effect from 2014 admission - orders issued.
G & A - IV - B
U.O.No. 12289/2014/Admn
Dated, Calicut University.P.O, 24.12.2014
Read:-1. UO .No. 3797/2013/CU dated 07.09.2013 (CBCSS UG Modified Regulations )
(File.ref.no. 13752/GAIV J SO/2013/CU)
2. UO .No 5180/2014/Admn, dated 29.05.2014, 23.10.2014 (CBCSS UG Revised
Regulations ) (File ref.no. 13752/GAIV J SO/2013/CU)
3. UO 9537/2014/Admn dated 04.10.2014
4. UO Note 26106/EX IV - Asst -3/ 2014/ PB dated 05.12.2014
5. Letter dated 10.12.2014 from the Chairman, Board of Studies in Afzal ul Ulama
(UG)
6. Orders of the Deputy Registrar in file of even number dated 23.12.2014
ORDER
The Modified Regulations of Choice Based Credit Semester System for UG Curriculum with
effect from 2014 admission under the University of Calicut was implemented vide paper read first
above.
The Revised CUCBCSS UG Regulations has been implemented with effect from 2014
admission for all UG Programmes under CUCBCSS in the University vide paper read second above.
Vide paper read third the Syllabus of BA Afzal ul Ulama Programme CUCBCSS with effect from
2014 Admission was implemented.
Vide paper read fourth the Pareeksha Bhavan has informed that some disparities are noted
in the Syllabus of BA Afzal ul Ulama CUCBCSS which requires clarification.
Vide paper read fifth the Chairman, Board of Studies in Afzal ul Ulama (UG) has forwarded the
Syllabus of BA Afzal ul Ulama CUCBCSS for 2014 Admission after effecting the necessary
corrections as detailed below:
A. On page No .4 details of the Open Courses offered are listed viz., AFU 5D 01 Information
Technology and Informatics and AFU 5D 02 Modern Arab world. (The paper AFU 5D 03 Cultural
Relation of India With Arab World has been excluded.) The detailed Syllabus of these two papers
are given on pages 49 and 50.
B. On page 41 the CODE of the CORE Paper Media Arabic is corrected to read as AFU 4B 06
C. In the case of Open Course the duration of Exam , pattern and distribution of Marks have been
detailed on page 8
Vide Paper read sixth the Deputy Registrar has ordered to issue UO effecting the corrections in
the BA Afzal ul Ulama CUCBCSS Syllabus for 2014 Admission.
Accordingly the following orders are issued.
A . On page No .4 details of the Open Courses offered are listed viz., AFU 5D 01 Information
Technology and Informatics and AFU 5D 02 Modern Arab world. (The paper AFU 5D 03 Cultural
Relation of India With Arab World has been excluded.) The detailed Syllabus of these two papers
are given on pages 49 and 50.
B. On page 41 the CODE of the CORE Paper Media Arabic corrected as AFU 4B 06.
C. In the case of Open Course the duration of Exam , pattern and distribution of Marks are
clearly mentioned in page 8
UO read third above stands modified to this extent.
(The UO along with the Corrected Syllabus is uploaded in the Website)
,
Muhammed S
Deputy Registrar
To
1. The Principals of all Affiliated Colleges offering BAAfzal ul Ulama under the University of
Calicut
2. PS to VC/PVC/PA to Registrar/CE/EX IV Section/EG Section/Director SDE/DR and AR
BA Branch/SDE/SDE Exam Branch/Library/Information Centres/SF/DF/FC
Forwarded / By Order
Section Officer
10138/GA - IV - B2/2013/CU (Page : 958)
File Ref.No.10138/GA - IV - B2/2013/CU
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
Abstract
BA Programme in Afzal ul Ulama- CUCBCSS UG - 2014 Admission - Scheme and Syllabus Approved - Implemented with effect from 2014 Admissions - Orders issued
G & A - IV - B
U.O.No. 9537/2014/Admn
Dated, Calicut University.P.O, 04.10.2014
Read:-1. UO .No. 3797/2013/CU dated 07.09.2013 (CBCSS UG Modified Regulations ) (File.
ref.no. 13752/GAIV J SO/2013/CU)
2. UO .No 5180/2014/Admn, dated 29.05.2014 (CBCSS UG Revised Regulations )
(File ref.no. 13752/GAIV J SO/2013/CU)
3. Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Studies in Afzal ul Ulama (UG) held on
31.07.2014
4. Minutes of the Meeting of the Faculty of Language and Literature held on
27.08.2014, item number a
5. Letter dated 30.09.2014 from the Dean Faculty of Language and Literature.
6. Orders of the Vice Chancellor in file of even number dated 01.10.2014
ORDER
The Modified Regulations of Choice Based Credit Semester System for UG Curriculum with effect
from 2014 admission under the University of Calicut was implemented vide paper read first above.
The Revised CUCBCSS UG Regulations has been implemented with effect from 2014 admission
for all UG Programmes under CUCBCSS, in the University vide paper read second above.
The Board of Studies in Afzal ul Ulama (UG) vide paper read third finalised and approved
the CUCBCSS Syllabus of BA Afzal ul Ulama Programme with effect from 2014 Admission.
The Faculty of Language and Literature vide paper read fourth approved the Syllabus of BA
Afzal ul Ulama Programme CUCBCSS for 2014 admission which was finalised and approved by the
Board of Studies in Afzal ul Ulama (UG) at it's meeting held on 31.07.2014.
The Dean Faculty of Language and Literature has remarked that as per item no. a the Faculty
10138/GA - IV - B2/2013/CU (Page : 959)
of Language and Literature at its Meeting held on 27.08.2014 has approved the Minutes of the
Meeting of the Board of Studies in Afzal ul Ulama (UG) held on 31.07.2014 and the Syllabus of BA
Afzal ul Ulama Programme under CUCBCSS for 2014 admission finalised and approved in this
Minutes is to be implemented urgently with effect from 2014 admission.
Vide paper read sixth above, the Hon'ble Vice Chancellor , considering the exigency, and
exercising the powers of the Academic Council has approved the Minutes of the Meeting of the
Board of Studies in Afzal ul Ulama (UG) held on 31.07.2014 subject to ratification by the Academic
Council .
.
Sanction has therefore been accorded for implementing the Scheme and Syllabus of BA
Programme in Afzal ul Ulama under CUCBCSS, in the University with effect from 2014 Admission.
Orders are issued accordingly. The syllabus is appended herewith.
Muhammed S
Deputy Registrar
To
1. The Principals of all Affiliated Colleges offering BA Afzal ul Ulama under the University
of Calicut
2. PS to VC/PVC/PA to Registrar/CE/EX IV Section/EG Section/Director SDE/DR and AR
BA Branch/SDE/SDE Exam Branch/Library/Information Centres/SF/DF/FC
Forwarded / By Order
Section Officer
UNIVERSITYOFCALICUT
DEGREE PROGRAMME
IN
B.A. AFZAL-UL-ULAMA
(Language and Literature)
Under choice based credit and
Semester System
Scheme and Syllabi
(2014 admission onwards)
Prepared By:
Board of Studies
B.A. Afzal-ul-ulama (UG)
University of Calicut
1
UNIVERSITYOFCALICUT
RestructuredCurriculumfor
B.A. Afzal-ul-Ulama (UG) CUCBCSS – 2014 -2015
Prepared by: Board of StudiesB.A. Afzal-ul-Ulama (UG)
Outline of the Common CourseforB.A. (Afzal-ul-ulama)inArabic
Course
Code
A01
Teaching Teaching
Hrs./Week
Hour
Titleof Course
Credit Semester
4
72
3
1
5
90
3
1
4
72
4
2
AFU2A04 Readings on Society
5
90
4
2
A05
Native Media in English
5
90
4
3
A06
Reading Fiction and Non fiction
5
90
4
4
AFU1A07 CommunicationSkillsin Arabic
4
72
4
1
AFU2A08 TranslationandCommunication
4
72
4
2
AFU3A09 LiteratureinArabic
5
90
4
3
AFU4A10 CultureandCivilisation
5
90
4
4
The Four skills for Communication
AFU1A02 Modern Prose and Drama
A03
Inspiring Expressions
Total Credits
38
2
OutlineofCoreCoursesforB.A. (Afzal-Ul-Ulama)Arabic
Course
Code
AFU1B01
AFU2B02
Teaching
Teaching
Credit
Hour/ Week Hour/Sem
Titleof Course
Studiesin Grammar
AppliedGrammar&Linguistics
Semester
6
108
5
1
6
108
5
2
AFU3B03
Methodologyof Language
Teaching(Arabic)
5
90
4
3
AFU3B04
Historyof Arabic Literature
4
72
4
3
AFU4B05
IndianWritingsinArabic
5
90
4
4
AFU4B06
Media Arabic
4
72
4
4
AFU5B07
Rhetoric’s&Prosody
5
90
4
5
AFU5B08
LiteraryCriticism
5
90
4
5
AFU5B09
CommercialArabic
5
90
4
5
AFU5B10
HumanRightsinArabCulture
5
90
4
5
Project
To be continued in 6th Sem.
2
36
‐
5
AFU6B11
ModernProseandNovel
5
90
4
6
AFU6B12
ModernPoetry
5
90
4
6
AFU6B13
A Surveyof ArabHistory
5
90
4
6
AFU6B14
FiqhStudies
5
90
4
6
3
54
2
4
72
2
AFU6B15
AFUB16
Arabicfortours&Travel
Project
Total Credits
64
3
6
6
OutlineofComplementaryCourses
Course
Code
Teaching
Teaching
Hrs./week Hrs/Sem.
Titleof Course
Credit
AFU1C01
ClassicalLiterature‐1
3
54
2
AFU1C02
DramaandShortStory
3
54
2
AFU2C03
ClassicalLiteratureII
3
54
2
AFU2C04
Hadith Literature
3
54
2
AFU3C05
TafseerLiterature
3
54
2
AFU3C06
Scienceof ProphetsTradition
3
54
2
AFU4C07
Philosophicalthoughts&Ilmulk
alam
3
54
2
AFU4C08
WomenWritingsin Arabic
3
54
2
Total Credits
16
OutlineoftheOpenCourse
(forotherdisciplines)
Course
Code
AFU5D01
Titleof Course
Informationtechnology&Informatic
s
AFU5D02 ModernArabWorld
4
Teaching
Hour
Teaching
Hrs./sem
Credit
3
54
2
3
54
2
OUT LINE OF THE
COURSESEMESTER-WISE
FirstSemester
Max. Marks
No.of ContactHrs
Course
Titleof theCourse
Per Week
Per semester
Credit
Code
*IE
**EE
Total
20
80
100
The Four skills for Communication
4
72
3
20
80
100
AFU1A02
Modern Prose and Drama
4
90
3
20
80
100
AFU1A07
CommunicationSkillsin Arabic
4
72
4
20
80
100
AFU1B01
Studiesin Grammar
5
20
80
100
AFU1C01
ClassicalLiterature‐I
3
54
2
20
80
100
AFU1C02
Drama &ShortStory
3
54
2
20
80
100
20
80
100
20
80
100
A01
6
108
SecondSemester
A03
Inspiring Expressions
5
90
4
72
4
72
4
20
80
100
5
20
80
100
54
2
20
80
100
54
2
20
80
100
AFU2A04
Readings on Society
4
AFU2A08
TranslationandCommunication
4
AppliedGrammarandLinguistics
6
ClassicalLiterature‐II
3
Hadith Literature
3
AFU2B02
AFU2C03
AFU2C04
108
ThirdSemester
Native Media in English
5
90
4
20
80
100
AFU3A09
LiteratureinArabic
5
90
4
20
80
100
AFU3B03
Methodologyof LanguageTeaching
5
90
4
20
80
100
AFU3B04
Historyof Arabic Literature
4
72
4
20
80
100
AFU3C05
TafseerLiterature
3
54
2
20
80
100
AFU3C06
Scienceof Prophet’sTradition
3
54
2
20
80
100
A05
FourthSemester
5
A06
Reading Fiction and Non fiction
5
AFU4A10
CultureandCivilization
5
AFU4B05
IndianWritingsinArabic
5
AFU4B06
Media Arabic
4
PhilosophicalThoughtsandIlmul
AFU4C07
Kalan
AFU4C08
WomenWritingsin Arabic
90
90
90
72
3
54
54
3
4
20
80
100
4
20
80
100
4
20
80
100
4
20
80
100
2
20
80
100
2
20
80
100
4
20
80
100
4
20
80
100
4
20
80
100
4
20
80
100
10
40
50
FifthSemester
AFU5B07
Rhetoric’sandProsody
5
AFU5B08
Principlesof LiteraryCriticism
5
AFU5B09
CommercialArabic
5
AFU5B10
HumanRightsandArabCulture
5
90
90
90
90
InformationTechnologyand
AFU5D01
Project
Informatics
To be continued in 6the semester
54
3
2
36
2
SixthSemester
AFU6B11
ModernProseandNovel
5
90
4
20
80
100
AFU6B12
ModernPoetry
5
90
4
20
80
100
AFU6B13
ABriefSurveyof ArabHistory
5
90
4
20
80
100
AFU6B14
FiqhStudies
5
90
4
20
80
100
AFU6B15
ArabicforToursandTravels
3
54
20
80
100
2
36
10
40
50
Bookreview/Dissertation/ Preparingareportonany contemporaryissuessuchas PROJECT
2
Generalelection,Naturalcalamity, Nationalissuesor Globalissuesin
30pagesTotal
25‐
120
*Internal Exam **External Exam
6
3400
STRUCTURE OF INTERNAL EVALUATION
Percentage Distribution of Internal Marks
Components
Attendance
Assignment, Seminar, Viva­ Voce
Test Paper
Marks
5
5
10
Marks %
25 %
25 %
50 %
Attendance of each course will be evaluated and marks assigned as per the norms
Presented in the table given below
Percentage Distribution of Marks for Attendance
Attendance Above 90% 85­89% 80­84% 76­79% 75% Marks
5
4
3
2
1
Marks %
100% 80% 60% 40% 20% Both internal and external evaluation is carried out using the mark system. The grading on the basis of total marks scored in internal and external examinations will be done by the University for each Course and for each semester, using a 7‐ point scale indirect grading system as presented in the table given below
Distribution of Marks, Grades and Grade Points
Percentage of Marks
90 and above 80 – below 89 70 – below 79 60 – below 69 50 – below 59
40 – below 49 Below 40 Grade
A+ A B C D E F Interpretation
Grade Point Average
Outstanding 6 Excellent 5 Very Good 4 Good 3 Satisfactory 2 Pass/Adequate 1 Failure 0 Range of Grade Points
5.5 ­ 6 4.5 ­ 5.49 3.5 – 4.49 2.5 – 3.49 1.5 – 2.49 0.5 – 1.49 0 – 0.49 Class
First Class with Distinction First Class Second Class Pass Fail The minimum required percentage of attendance for appearing in the various semester examinations is fixed as 75. Assignment
: Best of the two assignments is considered per course. Seminar
: The student has to take a minimum of one seminar per course. Test paper
: A minimum of two class tests are to be attended. The grades of best two tests are to be taken.
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External Examination: Question Pattern
The questions of external evaluation should aim at assessment of knowledge, standard application of knowledge and application of knowledge in new situations. Question paper should be a judicious mix of objective type, short answer type, short essay type and long essay type questions. Different types of questions shall be given different marks to quantify their range. The question setter shall submit a detailed scheme of evaluation along with the question paper. ƒ
All examinations will have duration of 3 hours . Except Open Course its duration will be 2 hours and Total Marks will be 50 ( 10 Internal + 40 External) and its Question Pattern will be 12*1/4 =3 ,10*1=10 , 6*2.5=15 , 2*6=12 ,Total: 40.
ƒ
Each question paper will have four parts A, B, C and D ƒ
Part A contains 12 objective type questions for which the candidate has to answer all the questions. Each question carries ½ marks. ƒ
Part B contains twelve very short answer type questions and the candidates have to answer ten questions. Each question carries two marks. Part C contains eight short essay/problem type questions and the candidates have to answer six questions. Each question carries five marks. Part D contains four essay type questions and the candidates have to answer two questions. Each question carries 12 marks. ƒ
ƒ
Question Pattern for External Evaluation
Type of Question Objective Type Very Short Answer Short Essay Essay Total Questions to be Given 12 12 8 4 36 Questions to be Answered 12 10 6 2 30 Marks for each Question ½
2 5 12 Total Total Marks 6 20 30 24 80
Project –AFU6B16
As part of the requirements for BA Programme every student must do a project either individually or as a group, under the supervision of a teacher. Project work is meant for providing an opportunity to approach and study a problem in a systematic and scientific manner. It provides them an opportunity to apply the tools they have studied and learn the art of conducting a study and presenting the report in a structured way. The report of the project, completed in every respect, is to be submitted to the department for valuation by the examiners appointed by the University. PROJECT GUIDELINES: 1) Project work may be done either individually or as a group of students not exceeding 5 in number. 2) The topic of the project should be on economic issues either theoretical or case study type. 3) Students should be properly oriented on the methodology of conducting a study during the Vth Semester, making use of the hours allotted for the purpose. 8
4) The Project work should be completed by the end of the VI semester and the report should be submitted to the Department before 31st March of the year concerned. 5) The project report should be either printed or typed in Arabic. 6) A copy of the project report in Arabic (printed or typed) should be submitted by the student/ team on or before 31 March of the year concerned. 7) The valuation of the project will be done at two stages: a. Internal evaluation (supervising teachers will assess the project and award grades) b. External evaluation (The team will comprise of an external examiner appointed by the University and the HOD of the institution concerned or his nominee) c. A Viva voce related to the project work will also be conducted by the external evaluation team. All candidates should undergo the Viva voce test individually. d. Grades will be awarded to candidates combining the internal grade, team grade and Viva voce grade. 8) Length of the project report ‐ 20 to 35 pages. The report may be organized in 3 chapters(minimum).
9) Project evaluation and the Viva voce should be conducted immediately after the completion of the regular classes /written examination. 10) The chairman of the VI semester exam should form and coordinate the evaluation teams and their work. 11) The project external evaluation should be completed before the commencement of the centralized valuation. 12) External Examiners will be appointed by the University from the list of VI semester Board of Examiners in consultation with the Chairman of the Board. 13) Student for viva‐voce are compulsory for internal evaluation. 14) The internal to external is to be taken in the ration of 1:4. Assessment of different components may be done as given below.
Details of the Assessment of Project Report
Internal (20% of total)
Component Punctuality Use of Data Scheme/Organization of Report Viva­voce % of Marks
20 20 30 30
External (80% of total)
Component % of Marks Relevance of the Topic, Statement of Objectives, Methodology (Reference/Bibliography) Statement of Objectives, Methodology Presentation, Findings and recommendations. Viva­voce 20 Basic Ingredients of a Project Design:­
The project work can be designed by considering the following elements:‐ 1) Selection of a Topic 2) Pilot Survey – a trial run of questionnaire / interviews 3) Significance / relevance of the Study 4) Review of Related Literature 5) Formulation of Research Questions 6) Research Objectives (Minimum 2) 7) Coverage (Universe / Sample & period of study) 9
30 50 8) Data source (Primary/Secondary) 9) Methods of Analysis i.e., 10) Limitations of the study 11) Chapter outline 12) Data Analysis/Result Chapter(s) 13) Conclusion Structure of the Report:­
The report should be organized in the following sequence: 1) Title page 2) Name of the candidate, Name and designation of the supervising teacher 3) Declaration of the student and certificate of the supervising teacher 4) Acknowledgements 5) List of tables, List of figures, table of contents 6) Introduction 7) Significance of the study 8) Related works, if any 9) Objectives, methodology and data sources 10) Chapter scheme 11) Main text, summary conclusions and recommendations
12) Bibliography.
10
UNIVERSITY OFCALICUT
BoardofStudies
B.A.AfzalulUlama(UG)
DegreeProgrammein Arabic
RestructuredCourses
&
Detailed Syllabi
SemesterI
COURSES
A01
AFU1A02
The Four Skills for Communication
Modern Prose and Drama
AFU1A07
CommunicationSkillsin Arabic
AFU1B01
Studiesin Grammar
AFU1C01
ClassicalLiteraturePaperI
AFU1C02
Drama &ShortStory
11
ENG1 A01: THE FOUR SKILLS FOR COMMUNICATION
1.OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE
To train leaners in the Basic English Language Skills, word building, soft skills and effective communication
2. COURSE DESCRIPTION
Module 1.
Module 2.
Module 3.
Module 4.
English for Communication
Primary Skills
Secondary Skills
Grammar
10 Hrs.
15 Hrs.
15 Hrs.
20 Hrs.
Evaluation
12 Hrs.
Total
72 Hrs
COURSE CODE: ENG1 A01
COURSECODE
A01
TITLEOF THECOURSE
THE FOUR SKILLS FOR COMMUNICATION
SEMESTERIN WHICHTHECOURSEIS TO BE TAUGHT
1
NO.OF CREDITS
3
NO.OF CONTACTHOURS
72(4 hrs/week)
12
A. Core Text
Module 1. English for Communication
1. Communication and Language
2. English as a Global Language
Module 2. Primary Skills
1. Listening
1. Listening to a conversation
2. Listening to a speech
3. Listening to a lecture
2. Speaking
1 Greeting
2 Thanking
3 Requesting
4 Enquiring
5 Explaining
6 Reporting
7 Permission
8 Pronunciation of English
i.
Introduction to Phonetics
ii.
Received pronunciation
iii.
Vowels and Consonants
iv.
Syllables and Word Stress
13
Module 3.
Secondary Skills
1. Reading
1.
News Reports
2.
Charts
3.
Advertisements
4.
Official Letters / Documents
5.
Online Content
6.
Reading Poem “An October morning”
7.
Reading Poem “Hawk Roosting”
8.
Reading the essay “ How to escape from intellectual rubbish”
9.
Reading the essay “ On the need for a quiet college
2. Writing
Module 4.
1.
Sentence
2.
Paragraphs
3.
Reports
4.
Letters
5.
Resumes and Cover Letters
6.
E‐mails
7.
Making Notes
8.
Blogs
9.
Punctuations
Grammar
1.
Word Class
2.
Subject – Verb Agreement
3.
Tenses
4.
Articles
5.
Phrases, Clauses and Sentences
6.
Voices
7.
Idioms
Appendix
Code
Title
Author
Publisher & Year
ENG 1 A01
The Four Skills for Communication
Dr. Josh Sreedharan
Cambridge UP, 2014
14
UNIVERSITY OFCALICUT BOARD OFSTUDIES
BAAfzal-ul-ulama (UG)
DegreeProgrammeinArabic
SEMESTER‐I
CommonCourse
AFU1A02Modern Prose and Drama
Book prescribed
15
UNIVERSITY OFCALICUT BOARD OFSTUDIES
BAAfzal-ul-ulama (UG)
DegreeProgrammeinArabic
CommonCourse
AFU1 A07CommunicativeskillsinArabic
AimsandObjectives
x Toteachthestudentsthebasicsofinterpersonalinteractionin Arabic
x Totrainthestudentsto communicatein Arabic in selectedsituations
Module1.InterpersonalInteraction
x Knowingeachother
x Thetraveler
x Thepicture
x Thelunch
x Accommodation
Module2.SituationalConversationI
x TheFamily
x Areyousure?
x Iamastudent
x Thestreetis crowded
x Whatis youropinion?
Module3.SituationsConversationII
x Whatis yourHobby?
x Howto makefriends?
x Whywereyouabsent?
x Whatdoyouprefer?
x Iwakeupearly
Module4.GeneralConversation
x Whendoyougoto theCollege?
x Howdoyoufeelnow?
x What'sthereason?
x Asadnews
x NowIamagrownupman
(Note:Eachchapterfollowedbyadditionalexercisesforpractice) PrescribedTextBook
Editedby
:
MuhadasathYoumiyya
:
Dr.MohammedHaneefa.P
16
Booksforreference
:
AlArabiyyaLinnashieen,Part1&2
SEMESTER‐I
Core course
AFU 1B01 Studies in Grammar
17
18
Complimentary Course
AFU 1C01 Classical Literature I
19
ComplimentaryCourse
AFU 1C02 DramaandShortStory
20
UNIVERSITY OFCALICUT BOARD OFSTUDIES
BAAfzal-ul-ulama (UG)
DegreeProgrammeinArabic
RestructuredCourses
21
&
Detailed Syllabi
SemesterII
COURSES
A03
AFU2A04
Inspiring Expressions
Readings on Society
AFU2A08
TranslationandCommunication
AFU2B02
AppliedGrammarandLinguistics
AFU2C03
ClassicalLiteraturePaperII
AFU2C04
HadithLiterature
22
COMMON COURSE
A03 INSPIRING EXPRESSIONS
COURSECODE
ENG 2 A03
TITLEOF THECOURSE
INSPIRING EXPRESSIONS
SEMESTERIN WHICHTHECOURSEIS TO BE TAUGHT
2
NO.OF CREDITS
4
NO.OF CONTACTHOURS
1.
72(4 HRS/WEEK)
OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE
a. To Aquaint the students with short stories
b. To cultivate their tastes in English Poetry
c. To expose to imaginative writing
2.
COURSE OUTLINE
1. Module 1 Poems
2. Module 2 Short Stories
3. Evaluation
Total
72 Hrs
COURSE CODE ENG 2 A03
A. Core Text
Module 1. Poetry
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
30 Hrs
30 Hrs
12 Hrs
“On his Blindness” John Milton
“To his Coy Mistress” Andrew Marvel
“Ulysses” Lord Tennyson
“Ode to Nightingale” John Keats
“My Last Duchess” Robert Browing
“Indian Summber” JayanthMahapatra
“Journey of the Magi” T.S. Eliot
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Module 2.Short Stories
1.
2.
3.
4.
The Luncheon: Somerset Maugham
Karma: Kushwant Sing
The Model Millionaire: Oscar Wilde
The Night the Ghost Got in: James Thurber
Code
ENG2 A03
Title
Authors
Publisher&Year
Prof. Black Swan, MuhammedAyubKalli 2014
ngal
Inspiring
Expressions
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UNIVERSITY OFCALICUT BOARD OFSTUDIES
BAAfzal-ul-ulama (UG)
DegreeProgrammeinArabic
COMMONCOURSE
AFU2A04Readings on Society
Unit–1 Democracy:Definitionandgeneraloutlines.
25
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARABIC (UG)
Common Course
AFU 2 A 08 Translation & Communication
Unit
1
Introduction to Translation
1. Translation and its definition
2. Types of Translation
3. Problems of Translation Unit
2
Translation – A practical approach
1. The words we use
2. Phrases and usages
3. Types of sentences
Unit 3
Advanced translation:
1. Literary translation
2. Legal translation
3. Business translation
4. Idioms and phrases
Unit
4
Communications in Arabic:
1. Correspondence
2. Greetings and wishes
3. SMS and E Mail
4. News reports 5. Formal invitations and Announcements
Core text
: "Tadreebutarjuma" Published by : Arabian Book house, Kottakkal
26
CORECOURSE
AFU2B02 Applied Grammar and Linguistics
27
ComplimentaryCourse
AFU2C03Classical Literature (II)
28
29
30
Complimentary Course
AFU 2 C04 Hadith Literature
31
UNIVERSITY OFCALICUT BOARD OFSTUDIES
BAAfzal-ul-ulama (UG)
DegreeProgrammeinArabic
RestructuredCourses
&
Detailed Syllabi
SemesterIII
COURSES
A05
Native Media in English
AFU3A09
LiteratureinArabic
AFU3B03
Methodologyof LanguageTeaching
AFU3B04
Historyof Arabic Literature
AFU3C05
TafseerLiterature
AFU3C06
Scienceof ProphetsTradition
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ENG 3 A05 NATIVE MEDIA IN ENGLISH
COURSECODE
A05
TITLEOF THECOURSE
NATIVE MEDIA IN ENGLISH
SEMESTERIN WHICHTHECOURSEIS TO BE 3
TAUGHT
NO.OF CREDITS
4
NO.OF CONTACTHOURS
90(5 hrs/week)
1.
OBJECTIVESOFTHECOURSE
To inculoate native feeling among the learners
To provide contemporary cultural and social awareness of Kerala though English
.
3.
COURSEDESCRIPTION
Module1:
Module 2:
Module3 :
Evaluation
Extract from Native Print Media
Extract from Visual Media
Extract from Internet
30 Hrs
30 Hrs
18 Hrs
12 Hrs
COURSE CODE ENG3 A05
Core Text
ModuleI:Extract from Print Media
1.
2.
Achadi, Drishyam, SamoohyaMadhymangaludeSamakaligaSamanvayam. A speech by Sasi Kumar, Director follege of Journalism. Appeared in Malayalam Weekly 17 January 2014
“ Young Indians have become more superstitious. “By Shalini Sing
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Module2:Extract from Visual Media
1. “ The Internet and Youth Culture” Gustavo S. Mesch. http://www.iasculture.org. THR/ARCHIVES/YoughCulture/Mesch.pdf
2. “Writing online: Website, blogs and social networking (nodel business letters, emails….Shirley Taylor)
3. “How Google has changed our Language” (Integrated advertising, Promotion and Marketing Communication. By Kenneth E .Clowetal 266‐67)
4. Short films on internet
A. Facebook short film – Status Updated by Abhinav Sunder Nayk
B. Applied ?NitinMenon
Code
ENG3 A05
Title
Native Media in
English
Authors
Prof. MahamoodPampally&
K.Rizwanaa Sultana
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Publisher&Year
Pearson, 2014
UNIVERSITY OFCALICUT BOARD OFSTUDIES
BAAfzal-ul-ulama (UG)
DegreeProgrammeinArabic
CommonCourse
AFU3A09LiteratureinArabic
Text : "Qabas" selections from Arabic literature compiled
Dr.T.A. AbdulMajeed
Unit1
1.
FromArabProverbs
2.
SelectionsfromQuran
3.
SelectionsfromHadith
4.
SpeechofAliin Jihad
5.
Speechof TariqbinZiyad
6.
AlAdaathwatatabuh–Ikhwannssafa
7.
InfluenceofIslamicculturein humanculture–AlAqqad.
8.
TajMahal–Alial Tantawi
9.
AlImamAlShafihiSheikhMohdAbuZahra
10.
Nadrath(shortstory)YoosufIdris.
11.
Apicnicto Munnar(AdabRihla)
12.
RathaulUndulus(Poem)AlZandi
13.
Kolera(Poem)NaziK ulMalaika
14.
AlHindTuqawim(Poem)Adnan AliRidha
Unit2
Unit3
Unit4
35
by
CoreCourse
AFU 3B03Methodologyof LanguageTeaching (Arabic)
BookPrescribed:
36
CoreCourse
AFU 3B04 HISTORYOF ARABICLITERATURE
37
38
ComplimentaryCourse
AFU 3C05Thafseer Literature
(‫)ﺚﻳﺪﺤﻟﺍﻝﻮﺻﺃ‬
39
ComplimentaryCourse
AFU 3C06 ScienceofProphet’stradition
(‫)ﺚﻳﺪﺤﻟﺍﻝﻮﺻﺃ‬
40
UNIVERSITY OFCALICUT BOARD OFSTUDIES
BAAfzal-ul-ulama (UG)
DegreeProgrammeinArabic
RestructuredCourses
&
Detailed Syllabi
SemesterIV
COURSES
A06
Reading Fiction and Non Fiction
AFU4A10
CultureandCivilization
AFU4B05
IndianWritingsinArabic
AFU4B06
MediaArabic
AFU4C07
PhilosophicalThoughtsandIlmulKalam
AFU4C08
WomenWritingsin Arabic
41
ENG4 A06 Reading Fiction and Non Fiction
CourseCode
Titleof theCourse
Semesterin whichtheCourseis to be taught
No.of Credits
No.of Contacthours
1.
ENG5 A06
Reading Fiction and Non Fiction
4
4
90(5 hrs/week)
OBJECTIVESOFTHECOURSE
1. To deveop reading fictional and nonfictional works from national perspective
2. To improve language skills through literature
3. To promote writing narratives
2.
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Module1:
Module 2:
Module3 :
Evaluation
Total
An Indian English Popular Fiction
A Section from an Autobiography of Indian
30 Hrs
30 Hrs
A Travelogue by a Malayali writer in translation 18 Hrs
12 Hrs
90 Hrs
COURSE CODE ENG4 A06
A. Core Text
1. Nampally Road: Meena Alexander
2. Sunny Days, Chapters 1,9,23 : Sunil Gavaskar
3. In the Land of Africans: S.K. Pttekkat
Code
1
Title
Reading Fiction and
Non Fiction
Authors
Dr.JoshSreedhara
n
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Publisher&Year
Cambridge UP, 2014
UNIVERSITY OFCALICUT BOARD OFSTUDIES
BAAfzal-ul-ulama (UG)
DegreeProgrammeinArabic
CommonCourse inArabic
AFU4 A10CultureandCivilisation
Unit‐ I
a) Aslumustholahusaqafa
(‫ﺍﻟﺜﻘﺎﻓﺔ‬ ‫ﻣﺼﻄﻠﺢ‬ ‫)ﺍﺻﻞ‬
b) Al hadarathuwamaaneeha (‫ﻭﻣﻌﺎﻧﻴﻬﺎ‬ ‫)ﺍﻟﺤﻀﺎﺭﺓ‬
c) Marahilusaqafathilqadeema
(‫ﺍﻟﻘﺪﻳﻤﺔ‬ ‫ﺍﻟﺜﻘﺎﻓﺔ‬ ‫)ﻣﺮﺍﺣﻞ‬
Unit‐ II
a) Al hindulqadeemawasaqafathuha (‫ﻭﺛﻘﺎﻓﺘﻬﺎ‬ ‫ﺍﻟﻘﺪﻳﻤﺔ‬ ‫)ﺍﻟﻬﻨﺪ‬
b) Hadarathu wade nahril hind wthaqaleethilhindiyya. (‫ﺍﻟﻬﻨﺪﻳﺔ‬ ‫ﻭﺍﻟﺘﻘﺎﻟﻴﺪ‬ ‫ﺍﻟﻬﻨﺪ‬ ‫ﻧﻬﺮ‬ ‫ﻭﺍﺩﻱ‬ ‫)ﺣﻀﺎﺭﺓ‬
c) Al adyanulkadeemafil hind. (‫ﺍﻟﻬﻨﺪ‬ ‫ﻓﻲ‬ ‫ﺍﻟﻘﺪﻳﻤﺔ‬ ‫)ﺍﻻﺩﻳﺎﻥ‬
d) Al harkathulwathaniyyafil hind(‫ﺍﻟﻬﻨﺪ‬ ‫ﻓﻲ‬ ‫ﺍﻟﻮﻁﻨﻴﺔ‬ ‫)ﺍﻟﺤﺮﻛﺔ‬
e) Mahathmagandi (‫ﻏﺎﻧﺪﻱ‬ ‫)ﻣﻬﺎﺗﻤﺎ‬
f) Moulanaaazad. (‫ﺁﺯﺍﺩ‬ ‫)ﻣﻮﻻﻧﺎ‬
g) Dr. Ambedkar (‫ﺍﻣﺒﻴﺪﻛﺮ‬ ‫)ﺍﻟﺪﻛﺘﻮﺭ‬
Unit‐ III
a) Asaruharkathilislahi fi sakafa(‫ﺍﻟﺜﻘﺎﻓﺔ‬ ‫ﻓﻰ‬ ‫ﺍﻻﺻﻼﺡ‬ ‫ﺣﺮﻛﺎﺕ‬ ‫)ﺍﺛﺮ‬
b) Davrulmuslimeen fi sakafathil hind (‫ﻭﺣﻀﺎﺭﺗﻬﺎ‬ ‫ﺍﻟﻬﻨﺪ‬ ‫ﺛﻘﺎﻓﺔ‬ ‫ﻓﻰ‬ ‫ﺍﻟﻤﺴﻠﻤﻴﻦ‬ ‫)ﺩﻭﺭ‬
c) Al aasarusakafiyafil hind wamarakizuha (‫ﻭﻣﺮﺍﻛﺰﻫﺎ‬ ‫ﺍﻟﻬﻨﺪ‬ ‫ﻓﻲ‬ ‫ﺍﻟﺜﻘﺎﻓﻴﺔ‬ ‫)ﺍﻵﺛﺎﺭ‬
Unit‐ IV
a)
b)
c)
d)
Sakafathukerala(‫ﺍﻟﻘﺪﻳﻤﺔ‬ ‫ﻛﻴﺮﺍﻻ‬ ‫)ﺛﻘﺎﻓﺔ‬
Al adyanu fi kerala (‫ﻛﻴﺮﺍﻻ‬ ‫ﻓﻲ‬ ‫ﺍﻟﻘﺪﻳﻤﺔ‬ ‫)ﺍﻻﺩﻳﺎﻥ‬
Assakathulislamiya fi kairala (‫ﻛﻴﺮﺍﻻ‬ ‫ﻓﻲ‬ ‫ﺍﻻﺳﻼﻣﻴﺔ‬ ‫)ﺍﻟﺜﻘﺎﻓﺔ‬
Al mukawamathushaabiya(‫ﺍﻟﺜﻘﺎﻓﺔ‬ ‫ﻓﻲ‬ ‫ﻭﺻﺪﺍﻫﺎ‬ ‫ﺍﻟﺸﻌﺒﻴﺔ‬ ‫)ﺍﻟﻤﻘﺎﻭﻣﺎﺕ‬
Text prescribed
Prepared by
: Dirasath fi thaqafaWalhadara" : Dr. Jamaluddhin
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UNIVERSITY OFCALICUT BOARD OFSTUDIES
BAAfzal-ul-ulama (UG)
DegreeProgrammeinArabic
AFU4B05IndianWritingsinArabic
Text:Selectedtopicsfromthebook"AhlamulAdabulArabifil Hind"
Editedby:JamaluddinFarooqi
Unit
1
Introduction
a)
b)
c)
d)
Theperiodof Arabs&Sultans
SheikZainuddinAlMakdumAlkabir
Mugalperiod
SheikZainuddinMaqdumAlSagir–
Unit
2
a) AlKaziMohdAlKalikuti
b) AllmamShahWaliyyallahiAldahlavi
c) KaziUmarAlMalaibari
Unit
3
Modernperiod
a) AbulailaMohdbinMiran b) Dr.MohyuddinAluwai
c) AbdulHasanAliNadvi
44
Core Course
AFU 4B06Media Arabic
45
Complimentary
Course
AFU 4C07Philosaphical Thoughts &
IlmulKalam
46
Complimentary Course
AFU 4C08 WomenwritingsinArabic
47
UNIVERSITY OFCALICUT BOARD OFSTUDIES
BAAfzal-ul-ulama (UG)
DegreeProgrammeinArabic
RestructuredCourses
&Detailed Syllabi
SemesterV
COURSES
AFU5B07
RhetoricsandProsody
AFU5B08
Principlesof LiteraryCriticism
AFU5B09
CommercialArabic
AFU5B10
HumanRightsandArabCulture
AU5D01
InformationTechnologyandInformatics
Project
48
Core-Course
AFU5B07Rhetoric and Prosody
Core‐Course
49
AU5B
Core­ Course
AFU 5 B 08 Principles of Literary Criticism
50
Core­ Course
AFU 5 B 09 Commercial Arabic
51
1‐ LetterWritinginArabic‐anIntroduction
2‐ Commercial Letters
3‐ BankingTransactions
4‐ Jobapplications
5‐ Lettersof Introduction
6‐ Lettersof Enquiries
7‐ Employmentabroad–Variousdocuments
8‐ Certificates.
BookPrescribed:
CommercialArabic /Prof:KA
NasarBook for Reference:
1) Hand Book of CommercialArabic
Dr. AboobakerK.P.
2)AdvancedBusinessArabic
RajiM Ramunni
‫ﺭﺪﺑﺪﻤﺤﻣﻲﻤﻬﻓﺍﺩﻝﻋ‬/‫ﺔﻳﺭﺎﺠﺘﻟﺍﺕﻼﺳﺍﺮﻤﻟﺍﻢﻠﻋﻰﻟﺇﻞﺧﺪﻤﻟﺍ‬3)
‫ﺏﺮﻟﺍﻮﺑﺍﺩﻮﻤﺤﻣﺪﻤﺣﺃ‬/‫ﺔﻴﻣﻮﻜﺤﻟﻭﺍﺔﻳﺭﺎﺠﺘﻟﺍﺕﻼﺳﺍﺮﻤﻟﺍ‬4)
52
CoreCourse
AFU 5B10 Human rightsandArabculture
53
OpenCourse
AFU 5D01InformationTechnology&Informatics
UnderthisCourse a student is required to have a general awareness about the computer and study the latest Packages in Arabic
IntroductiontoComputers:
1
BasicComponents‐TypesofComputers.
Operatingsystem–FeaturesofWindowsXP. Introductionto M.S.Office
2
WordBasics–creating DocumentsFormatting, Featurescreatingtables
3
PowerPointBasics–standardToolBarcreating
4
New presentation
Internet BasicsCommonTerminologyBrowsers
Function,E‐mail,Arabicsites
54
5
Multimediaand Arabiclanguagepossibilitiesand challengesofmobilephone
Note:Onehr.practicalexamtobeconductedbyArabic dept.ofconcernedcolleges/oneexternal.
1
Practical:openingadocumentin M.S.word
withgivepagesetupinstructionstypingBi‐lingual Documents(English,Arabic)settingparagraphs Columns.(Onehr.)
2
writtenexam(2hr.)answertobewrittenin Arabic
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UNIVERSITY OFCALICUT BOARD OFSTUDIES
BAAfzal-ul-ulama (UG)
DegreeProgrammeinArabic
RestructuredCourses
&Detailed Syllabi
SemesterVI
COURSES
AFU6B11
Modern Prose and Novel
AFU6B12
ModernPoetry
AFU6B13
ABriefSurveyof ArabHistory
AFU6B14
AFU6B15
FiqhStudies
ArabicforToursandTravels(Elective)
AFU6B16
Project
(Bookreview/Dissertation/Preparingareportonany contemporaryissuessuchas GeneralElection,Natural Calamity,Nationalor Globalissuesin 25­30pages).
57
CoreCourse 11
AFU6B11ModernProseandNovel
58
CoreCourse
AFU 6B12 ModernPoetry
Unit–1GeneralStudyonModernPoetry
59
60
CoreCourse
AFU 6B13 ABriefSurveyofArabHistory
FromtheAbbasidto the Moderntimes
61
CoreCourse
AFU 6B14 FiqhStudies
62
63
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WhatisRamadan(page 28‐40)
Unit III
Eatingout‐H
Open Course (Elective)
AFU 6B15ArabicforToursandTravels
BookPrescribed:Arabic forTravelers–BlitzPublication(page:16‐79)
UNIT‐ 1
Somebasicexpression–Arrival (page;16‐28) Unit‐ II
Hotel‐ other accommodation–eatingout–
WhatisRamadan(page 28‐40)
Unit III
Eatingout‐Hungry–Appetizers–salad–cheese‐ soup‐ meat‐
game‐andfowl(PAGE 41‐51)
UnitIV
Vegetables‐Food‐ Fruit‐Seeds‐Nuts‐Dried‐Fruits‐ Desertthebill–Drinks‐Eatinglight‐Snacks(page:
52‐64)
UnitV
Travellingaround–sightseeing–Who‐ what–
where‐ReligiousServices –(page:65‐79)
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