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Latest Syllabus of BG 4th Semester Batch 2020 and Backlog Batches 2016_19 by Kashmir University, Check Here 


Latest Syllabus of BG 4th Semester Batch 2020 and Backlog Batches 2016_19 by Kashmir University, Check Here 


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SOCIAL WORK:- SOCIAL WELFARE ADMINISTRATION


1. Understand concept, principles and components of social welfare administration.

2. Develop understanding of social welfare administration as a method of social

3. Work profession.

4. Acquire competence in social welfare and development services.

COURSE CONTENTS: (Theory) 4 Credits

Unit I 

SOCIAL WELFARE ADMINISTRATION 

- Concept of Voluntarism & Voluntary Organizations in India.

- Types of Social Welfare Organizations (GO, NGO, CSO)

- Social Welfare Administration; Meaning and Significance,

- Social Welfare Administration as Method of Social Work.

UNIT II

PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL WELFARE ADMINISTRATION

- Planning, Organizing,

- Staffing

- Directing, Coordination,

- Recording and Budgeting

 UNIT III

REGISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL WELFARE AGENCIES 

- Registration of Social Welfare Agencies

- Decision Making

- Communication

- Grants -In-Aid and Fund Raising,

UNIT IV 

Understanding the working of Social welfare agencies

- Children

- Women

- Elderly

- Differently Abled 

TUTORIALS 

Tutorials with duration of 30 Hours shall be based on the assignments given to learners relevant to the course.Book review, Discussion on select readings, screening of documentaries and other feasible activities that the tutor deems relevant for the course.

ECONOMICS :- PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS II


UNIT I 

Money supply,Money Demand and the Interest Rate

Money–meaning and evolution; Money Supply- Concept and its measurement; Four measures of Money Supply; Interest Rates and Bond Prices; Keynes theory of Demand for Money and Rate of Interest; Determination of interest rate: equilibrium in the Money Market.

UNIT II

 IS-LM Analysis

Goods Market Equilibrium: Derivation of IS Curve; Slope and Shifts in IS curve; Money Market Equilibrium: Derivation of LM Curve; Slope and Shifts in LM Curve; IS-LM Model equilibrium.

UNIT III 

 AD- AS Model with variable prices 

Derivation of Aggregate Demand curve using IS LM; Aggregate Demand Curve with variable prices; Multiplier analysis with AD curve and changes in price levels; Slope and Shifting of AD Curve; Aggregate supply in the Short run and Long run; AS-AD model; Short run and Long run macroeconomic equilibrium.

UNIT IV

 Inflation and Business Cycles

Inflation-Concept and types; Causes of Inflation-Demand Pull and Cost Push Inflation; Relationship between Inflation and Unemployment: Phillips Curve; Business Cycles-Concept; Causes and Phases.

TUTORIALS 

(i) Liquidity measures of money- L1, L2 and L3.

(ii) IS-LM model: Explaining the role of Fiscal and monetary policies.

(iii) Role of Fiscal and Monetary policies in AD-AS Model.

(iv) Real balance effect, rate of interest and foreign trade effect.

(v) Phillips curve in short run and long run.

(vi) Measures to control Business Cycles by Classical and Keynesian Economics

EDUCATION:- INDIAN EDUCATION IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 


UNIT I 

 Education in Ancient and Medical India

a) Vedic Education – Salient features, Aims, Methods of Teaching,Place of the Teacher and Curriculum,

b) Buddhist Education – Salient features, Aims, Methods of Teaching,Place of Teacher and Curriculum

c) Muslim Education - Salient features, Aims, Methods of Teaching,Place of the Teacher and Curriculum

 UNIT II

 Education in British India - I

a) Macaulay’s Minute (1835) –

b) Wood’s Despatch (1854) -

c) Indian Education Commission (1882),

Unit-III Education in British India - II

a) Sadler Commission Report (1917-19)

b) Wardha Scheme of Education (1937)

c) Sergeant Report (1944)

UNIT IV 

 Educational in Post- independence Era

a) Secondary Education Commission (1952-53)

b) Indian Education Commission (1964-66)

c) National Policy on Education, NPE (1986)

TUTORIALS

Unit V: i) Book Review on any of the Books recommended in syllabus or by the teacher concerned, 

ii)Seminar presentation on any topic in syllabus.

Unit- VI: i) Visit to ZEO’s office and reporting of day to day official business as suggested by the teacher. A student has to prepare Power point presentation ii) preparation of key terms / glossary at least 20.

GENERAL ENGLISH- II


Unit I: Prose

I Have a Dream: Martin Luther King

How to Judge Globalism: Amartaya Sen

The Dog that Bit People: James Thurber

Unit II: Group Discussion, Interview, Presentation, Telephonic Conversation

THEMES IN WORLD HISTORY 


 UNIT I

Beginning of the Modern World

I. Renaissance: Emergence

II. Reformation: Role of Martin Luther King

III. Enlightenment: An Introduction

 UNIT II

 Age of Revolutions

I. American Revolution: Causes and Significance

II. French Revolution: Causes and Significance

III. Industrial Revolution: Causes and Impact

IV. Russian Revolution: Causes and Consequences. 

UNIT III 

ERA of Conflicts-I

I. World War-I; Causes and Impact

II. League of Nations; Causes of Failure

III. Rise of Nazism and Fascism

UNIT IV

Era of Conflicts -II

I. World War-II; Causes and Consequences

II. Formation and role of UNO

III. Cold War and its End.

TUTORIALS

Tutorials-I: Life sketch of any of the following:

a. Issac Newton

b. Michealangelo 

c. Emanuel Kant

d. Voltaire

Tutorials-II: Review of any one of the following works:

a. Das Capital by Karl Marx

b. History of Modern World by Arjun Dev

c. Mastering World History by Norman Love

d. Age of Empires by Eric Hobsbawn

e. Age of Revolutions by Eric Hobsbawn

ISLAMIC STUDIES:- MUSLIM PHILOSOPHY AND TASAWWUFIS


 UNIT I 

 IIm al- Kalam

1) Origin and Development of Ilm al-Kalam

2) Important Schools-I

a) Jabariyah b) Qadariyah

3) Important Schools-II

a) Mu'tazilah b) Ashariyah

UNIT II

Contribution of the following Muslim Philosopher's 

1) Al-Kindi

2) Al-Farabi

3) Imam Ghazzali 

UNIT III

 Tasawwuff

1) Meaning and Origin of Tasawwuff 

2) Development of Tasawwuf

3) Early Sufis

a) Hassan Basri (RA) b) Junaid al-Baghdadi (RA) c) Rabia Basri (RA)

UNIT IV 

Sufis of later periods 

1) Shaykh Sayyid Abdul Qadir Jilani (RA)

2) Khawaja Muin al-Din Chishti (RA)

3) Shaykh Shihab al-Din Suhrawardi (RA)

TUTORIALS

1) Common Characteristics of major Sufi Silsilas

2) A detailed Introduction to Kashf al-Mahjub by Ali Ibn Uthman al-Hujwiri (Eng. Tr. By

R. A. Nicolson

3) Khawaja Muhammad Bahauddin Naqshbandi 

POLITICAL SCIENCE:- INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAl RELATIONS 


UNIT I

International Relations - Emergence and Development 

1.1 International Relations: Nature, Scope and Significance

1.2 Cold War: Causes and Consequences

1.3 End of Cold War and Emergence of American Hegemony.

1.4 Growth and Development of Global Financial Institutions

UNIT II

Approaches to IR

2.1 Realist Approach; Kenneth Waltz (Structural Realism)

2.2 Liberal Approach; Michael Doyle (Democratic peace theory)

2.3 Feminist Approach; Cynthia Enloe (Gendered Nature of International System)

2.4 IPE Approach; Robert Gilpin (Hegemonic Stability Theory)

UNIT III

Declining American Hegemony and Rise of New Power Centres 

3.1 Rise of New Power Centers

a) European Union

b) China

c) Japan

3.2 Neo-Colonialism and Dependency Theory

UNIT IV 

India and World 

4.1 Basic Determinants and Evolution of Foreign policy of India

4.2 Major Shifts in Indian Foreign policy Foreign 

4.3 India China relation Conflict and Cooperation

4.4 India U.S Relation .Nature of Strategic Cooperation

TUTORIALS 

Unit I Debate - I

1.1 Refugee crisis and the Global Response

1.2 Environment and Global Cooperation

Unit II Debate - II

2.1 Regional Organization - A case study of SAARC 

2.2 Indo- Pakistan Relations and Peace in South Asia

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION:- DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION 


UNIT I

1.1 Meaning, Nature and Scope of Development Administration

1.2 Characteristics of Administration in Developing and Developed Countries

UNIT II

2.1 Bureaucracy and Development Administration

2.2 Public Administration as Administration for Development

UNIT III

3.1 Peoples Participation in Administration

3.2 Rural and Urban Local Self-Government

3.3 Development Planning in India- Patterns and emerging trends

UNIT III

4.1 Functions of Institutions of Development Administration in India

(a) NITI Ayog

(b) Inter-state Council

(c) District Development Board

 TUTORIALS 2-Credits: 30 Hrs.)

[Assignments, Presentations, Viva-voce]

UNIT I ( Debate I)

1.1 Discussion on 'Why state has to be an engine of development in developing countries?"

1.2 Debate On "Bureaucracy has become a New Despotism in contemporary times 

UNIT II

2.1 Discussion on why people's participation in administration is a must in Democratic Governance

2.2 Discuss the following Concepts

a) Ombudsman

b)Social Audit Committee at Grain Panchayat Level

SOCIOLOGY: METHODOLOGY OF SOCIAL RESEARCH 


UNIT I

Introduction 

a. Meaning of Social Research

b. Nature and Scope of Social Research

c. Types of Social Research

UNIT II

Research Design

a. Meaning

b. Types of Research Design: Descriptive, Explanatory and Exploratory

c. Significance of Research Design

UNIT III 

Sampling

a. Sampling: Meaning and Significance

b. Types of Sampling: Probability and Non-Probability Sampling

c. Advantages and Disadvantages of Sampling

UNIT IV 

Tools and Techniques of Social Research 

a. Questionnaire

b. Interview

c. Observation

TUTORIAL -I

a. Nature and Significance of Social Science Research in Contemporary times

b. Significance of Research Design

c. Sampling as a technique in Social Researcher

TUTORIAL -II

a. Formulation and administration of Interview Schedule

b. Participant Observation as a method in Social Research

c. Qualitative vs Quantitative Research

PSYCHOLOGY : RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY 


UNIT I 

Introduction: Scales of measurement, graphical representation of data

UNIT II

 Data analysis: Measures of central tendency: Mean, median, mode (properties and computation). Standard deviation: properties and computation. Correlation: Pearson method, properties of Normal Probability Curve (NPC).

UNIT III

Psychological Testing: Introduction to psychological testing, characteristics of test, Reliability,Validity, Norms, standardization, types of tests,

UNIT IV 

Qualitative methods: Interview, observation, case study PRACTICUM: 2 CREDITS (Any two from below 4 practicals)

1. Construction of a frequency distribution

2. Graphical Repress

3. Correlation

preparation Of Interview Schedule

TOURISM & TRAVEL MANAGEMENT: TOURISM RESOURCES OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR 


UNIT I

Tourism Resources: Resources – Concept and Meaning; Tourism Resources – Concept and Meaning; Types of Tourism Resources; Importance of Tourism Resources.

UNIT II

Understanding Jammu and Kashmir as a unique geographical unit, the physical settings and climate of the two regions, Costumes and food of the two regions.

UNIT III 

Tourism resources of Kashmir valley: Natural Resources; Hill Stations: Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Sonamarg, Aharbal, Gurez, Lakes:Dal lake, Wullar lake, Manasbal lake & High altitude lakes, Pilgrimage and religious attractions: Shrine - Hazratbal, Amarnath, Kheerbhawani, Chatipadshahi, Historical & Archaeological: Hariparbat, Awantipora temples, Jamia Masjid Srinagar, Shah Hamadan’s Mosque, Shankaracharya temple, Fairs and Festivals of Kashmir region

UNIT IV 

Tourism resources of Jammu: Pilgrimage & Religious attractions, Mata Vaishno Devi, Ragunath Mandir, Shiv Khori, Peer Mitha, Shahdra Sharief, Hill Stations & lakes: Patnitop, Surinsar, Mansar lake, Amar Mahal palace, Dogra Art Museum, Mubarak Mandi Complex, Bahu Fort, Fairs and Festivals of Jammu region.

TUTORIAL 

 Field visit to the sites of touristic importance preferably within the vicinity of the college and gain first-hand experience of the features of the site and prepare a brief report highlighting the geographical, cultural and economic features of the site.

 Conduct of Group Discussion/Seminars/Presentations on any of the topics as mentioned in the theory part of the course. Students will be evaluated on the basis of their participation, documentation and performance in these activities.




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