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North Maharashtra University Syllabus of Arts and Fine Arts


North Maharashtra University Syllabus of Arts and Fine Arts
2009-10 M. A. English Part-II
2009-10 M. A. Hindi Part-II
2009-10 F. Y. B. F. A. Applied Art
2009-10 F. Y. B. F. A. Drawing and Painting
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Defence and Strategic Studies Sem I and II
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Economics
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. English
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Geography
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Hindi
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. History
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Islamic Culture
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Marathi
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Music
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Persian
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Philosophy, Logic and Methodology of Science
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Psychology
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Sanskrit, Ardhmagdhi, Pali, F.Y.B.Com. Sanskrit
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Sociology
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Urdu Functional & Applied
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Urdu General
2009-10 F.Y.B.A.Political science & public administration
2009-10 M. A. Marathi Part-II
2009-10 M. A. Psychology Part- II
2009-10 M.A Economics Part II
2009-10 M.A. (Part-II) Defence and Strategic Studies
2009-10 M.A.- M.Sc. Geography
2009-10 M.A. Part - II History
2009-10 M.A. Part - II Philosophy
2009-10 M.A. Part - II Political Science
2009-10 M.A. Part - II Sociology
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Computer
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Defence & Strategic Studies
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Drama
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Drama Direction special
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Geography
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Hindi, Hindi Gen, Prayojanmulak Hindi, Hindi Spl III, Hindi Spl IV
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Marathi
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Music
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Pali General, Ardhmadghi General, Sanskrit General, M. A. Part II
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Sanskrit, M. A. Sanskrit Part II
2009-10 T.Y.B.A Urdu, General Paper, Islamic Studies-Culture, Persian General, Special Paper IV, Special Paper III, Urdu Applied and Functional, M.A. Urdu Part-II
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. Economics
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. English Compulsory Paper, General Paper-III, Special Paper-III, Special Paper-IV
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. English CORRIGENDUM
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. History and History of Civilization
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. Philosophy
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. Political Science and Public Administration
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. Psychology
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. Sociology
2008-09 MA English Part-I
2008-09 MA Hindi Part - I
2008-09 MA Marathi Part - I
2008-09 MA Part-I Sanskrit
2008-09 MA Urdu Fiction, Drama Aur Novel
2008-09 MA Urdu Ist Year Classical Prose UR-01
2008-09 MA Urdu Ist Year History Of Urdu Language
2008-09 MA Urdu Ist Year Paper II Classical Poetry UR-02
2008-09 SY BA And MA-I Sanskrit-Ardhamagdhi
2008-09 SY BA And MA-I Sanskrit-Pali
2008-09 SY BA English
2008-09 SY BA Geography
2008-09 SY BA Hindi
2008-09 SY BA Islamic Culture Studies
2008-09 SY BA Marathi
2008-09 SY BA Music G2
2008-09 SY BA Natyashashtra
2008-09 SY BA Natyashashtra S1 & S2
2008-09 SY BA Persian
2008-09 SY BA Sanskrit G2
2008-09 SY BA Urdu Applied And Functional
2008-09 SY BA Urdu General G2
2008-09 SY BA Urdu Special Paper - I
2008-09 SY BA Urdu Special Paper - II
2007-08 FY BA English
2007-08 FY BA HINDI
2007-08 FY BA Islamic Culture
2007-08 FY BA MARATHI
2007-08 FY BA MUSIC
2007-08 FY BA Sanskrit, Pali, Ardhamaghadhi
2007-08 FY BA Urdu Functional & Applied
2007-08 FY BA Urdu General

North Maharashtra University Syllabus of Commerce and Management
Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2010-11 Equivalences for F.Y.B.Com, S.Y.B.Com, F.Y.B.B.M.(E-COM), F.Y.B.B.A.,F.Y.B.B.M.
2010-11 Equivalences for T.Y.B.B.A, T.Y.B.B.M., T.Y.B.B.M.(E-COM)
2010-11 Equivalences for T.Y.B.COM, S.Y.B.B.M.(E-COM), S.Y.B.B.A., S.Y.B.B.M.
2010-11 Structure of (M. Com.)
2010-11 Structure of MBM (Computer Management)
2010-11 Structure of MBM (Personnel Management)
2009-10 Cumulative Grade Point Assessment System Commerce and Management
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Sanskrit, Ardhmagdhi, Pali, F.Y.B.Com. Sanskrit
2009-10 F.Y.B.Com. English
2009-10 F.Y.B.Com. Geography
2009-10 F.Y.B.Com. Hindi
2009-10 F.Y.B.Com. Marathi
2009-10 F.Y.B.Com. Semester Wise Syllabus
2009-10 F.Y.B.Com. Urdu General
2009-10 M.B.A. Sem-I
2009-10 M.B.A. Sem-II
2009-10 S.Y.B.B.A. CORRIGENDUM
2009-10 S.Y.B.B.A. Semester III
2009-10 S.Y.B.B.A. Semester IV
2009-10 S.Y.B.B.M. Semester III
2009-10 S.Y.B.B.M. Semester IV
2009-10 S.Y.B.C.A. Semester III
2009-10 S.Y.B.C.A. Semester IV
2009-10 S.Y.B.Com
2009-10 S.Y.B.Com Pratical in Computing Management
2009-10 S.Y.B.e-Com. Semester III
2009-10 S.Y.B.e-Com. Semester IV
2008-09 BBA Revised Course Structure
2008-09 BBM (e-Com) Revised Course Structure
2008-09 BBM Revised Course Structure
2008-09 BCA Structure & First Year
2008-09 BCom Revised Course Structure
2008-09 FYBBA
2008-09 FYBBM
2008-09 FYBBM (e Com)
2008-09 FYBCOM
2008-09 FYBCOM Business Geography
2008-09 FYBCOM Compulsory English
2008-09 FYBCOM HINDI
2008-09 FYBCOM MARATHI
2008-09 FYBCOM SANSKRIT
2008-09 M.B.A. course Functional elective - New Specialization In Retail Management Syllabus

North Maharashtra University Syllabus of Engineering & Technology
Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2009-10 B.E. Biotechnology
2009-10 Credit Structure and Examination Rules for B. Tech. (Chem. Engg., Chem. Tech.)
2009-10 M.Tech Oleochemicals & Surfactant Technology
2009-10 M.Tech. Chemical Engineering
2009-10 M.Tech. Nano Science and Techhnology
2009-10 M.Tech. Pharmaceutical Techhnology
2009-10 M.Tech. Polymer Techhnology
2008-09 B. E. Automobile Engineering
2008-09 B. E. Chemical Engineering
2008-09 B. E. Civil Engineering
2008-09 B. E. Computers
2008-09 B. E. Electrical Engineering
2008-09 B. E. Electronics & Telecommunication
2008-09 B. E. Electronics Engineering
2008-09 B. E. Information Technology
2008-09 B. E. Mechanical Engineering
2008-09 B. E. Production Engineering
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-1 Process Intrumentation
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-2 Bio Medical Instrumentation
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-3 Process Planning Estimation & Economics
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-4 Adaptive And Optimal Control
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-4 Artificial Intelligence
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-4 Environmental Instrumentation
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-4 Modelling And Simualtion
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-4 Virtual Instrumentation
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-5 Digital Signal Processing
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-1 Distributed Control System
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-2 Computer Networking
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-3 Instrumentation System Design
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-4 Embedded System Design
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-4 Image Processing
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-4 Instrumentation for Agriculture, Food & Pharmaceutical Industry
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-4 Neural And Fuzzy Logic Control
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-4 Robotics And Automation
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-7 Entrepreneuriship Development Skills
2008-09 Structure Of Teaching And Evaluation (B. E. Instrumentation)
2008-09 TE Biotechnology
2008-09 Term - I Project
2008-09 Term - I Seminar
2008-09 Term - II Industrial Visit
2008-09 Term - II Project
2007-08 M.Tech (VLSI Technology)
2007-08 M.Tech.Polymer Tech
2007-08 SE Engg Biotech
2007-08 TE Engg Automobiles
2007-08 TE Engg Chemical
2007-08 TE Engg Civil
2007-08 TE Engg Computer
2007-08 TE Engg Electrical
2007-08 TE Engg Electronics
2007-08 TE Engg Electronoics and Tele Communication Electronics and North

Maharashtra University Syllabus of Communication
2007-08 TE Engg Information Technology
2007-08 TE Engg Instrumentation
2007-08 TE Engg Mech
2007-08 TE Engg Production
2007-08 TE Engineering Structure Instrumentation

North Maharashtra University Syllabus of Faculty Of Education
Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2008-09 B.Ed
2008-09 B.P.Ed
2008-09 M.P.Ed
2008-09 Revised Syllabus for M.Ed

North Maharashtra University Syllabus of Medicine & Pharmacy
Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2009-10 B.Tech (Cosmetic)
2009-10 M. Pharm Syllabus
2009-10 Pharm. D. Syllabus
2006-07 B. Pharm. Scheme for Semester Pattern
2006-07 B. Pharm. Sem I & II (06-07)
2006-07 B. Pharm. Sem III & IV (07-08)
2006-07 B. Pharm. Sem V & VI (08-09)
2006-07 B. Pharm. Sem VII & VIII (09-10)

North Maharashtra University Syllabus of Mental, Moral and Social Sciences
Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Yog Vigyan
2009-10 SY BA Philososphy
2008-09 Equivalence for SYBA MA FYB.Com S.Y.B.Sc (Old and New)
2008-09 MA Defence And Strategic Studies
2008-09 MA Economics
2008-09 MA History Part I
2008-09 MA Philosophy
2008-09 MA Physchology
2008-09 MA Political Science
2008-09 MA Sociology
2008-09 SY BA Geography
2008-09 SYBA Defence And Strategic Studies
2008-09 SYBA Economics
2008-09 SYBA History and History of Civilization
2008-09 SYBA Logic And Methodology Of Science
2008-09 SYBA Philosophy
2008-09 SYBA Physchology
2008-09 SYBA Political Science
2008-09 SYBA Sociology
2007-08 FYBA Defence And Strategic Studies
2007-08 FYBA Economics
2007-08 FYBA History
2007-08 FYBA Philosophy
2007-08 FYBA Political Science
2007-08 FYBA Psychology
2007-08 FYBA Sociology

North Maharashtra University Syllabus of Science
Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Biochemistry
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Biotechnology
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Botany
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Chemistry
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Computer Science
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Electronics
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Geography
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Geology
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Information Technology
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Mathematics (Revised)
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Microbiology
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Physics
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Statistics
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Zoology
2009-10 M.A.- M.Sc. Geography
2009-10 Part-II M.Sc.-Drug Chemistry
2009-10 T.Y B.Sc. Mathematics
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Biochemistry
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Biotechnology
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Botany
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Chemistry
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Computer Science
2009-10 T.Y.B.SC. Electronics
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Environmental Sciences
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Geography
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Geology
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Information Technology
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Microbiology
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Physics
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Statistics
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Zoology
2008-09 M.Sc. Bio-Chemistry Part-II
2008-09 MA And M.Sc Geography
2008-09 Part-I M.Sc.-Drug Chemistry
2008-09 Part-II M.Sc.-Statistics
2008-09 Part-II MSc.- Microbiology
2008-09 Part-II MSc.-Biotechnology
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Bio-Chemistry
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Bio-Technology
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Botany
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Chemistry
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Computer Science
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Electronics
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc English
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Geography
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Geology
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Information Technology
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Marathi
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Mathematics
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc MicroBiology
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Physchology
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Physics
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Statistics
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Zoology
2007-08 F.Y.B.Sc. Biochemistry
2007-08 F.Y.B.Sc. Microbiology
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Biochemistry
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Biotechnology
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Botany
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Chemistry
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Computer Science
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Electronics
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Geology
2007-08 F.Y.BSc I.T.
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Mathematics
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Microbiology
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Physics
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Statistics
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Zoology
2007-08 FY BA BSc Geography
2007-08 FY BA BSc Geology
2007-08 M.C.A.
2007-08 M.Sc. Computer Science
2007-08 M.Sc. Electronics
2007-08 Part I M.Sc.-Biochemistry
2007-08 Part-I M.Sc.-Biotechnology
2007-08 Part-I M.Sc.-Microbiology
2007-08 Part-I M.Sc.-Statistics
2007-08 PGDAS (PG Diploma in Actuarial Science)
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Revised Syllabus
for
M.A. Part-II
( w.e.f. June, 2009 )
Subject
English
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M.A. Part-II
ENG CC-FOUR : MODERN LITERARY THEORIES
Objectives
This course is offered.
1] To help the students understand in some detail some seminal
theories in Modern Literary Criticism.
2] To develop in the students a critical outlook towards literature.
3] To acquaint the students with the changes taking place in modern
critical theories.
4] To introduce the students to the basic concepts of modern literary
theories.
5] To help the students apply some modern critical theories to the
texts which are prescribed.
Texts Prescribed
1] Paul de Man – The Resistance to Theory
2] M.H. Abrams – The Deconstructive Angel
3] Gayatri Chakravarty Spivak : Feminism and Critical Theory
4] Terry Eagleton – Capitalism, Modernism and Postmodernism.
5] Juliet Mitchell – Femininity, narrative and psychoanalysis.
6] Wolfgang Iser – The Reading Process : a Phenomenological
approach.
7] Mikhail Bakhtin : From the prehistory of Novelistic Discourse.
The prescribed textbook is -
David Lodge[ed] with Nigelwood :
Modern Criticism and Theory–A Reader, New Delhi, Pearson Education.
First Indian Reprint, 2003.
Bibliography
1] Christopher Norris, Paul de Man: Deconstruction and the Critique
of Aesthetic Ideology [1988]
2] William Ray, Literary Meaning: From Phenomenology to
Deconstruction [1984]
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3] Jonathan Culler, Framing the Sign : Criticism and its Institutions
[1988]
4] Jonathan Culler, The Pursuit of Signs: Semiotics, Literature,
Deconstruction [1981]
5] Benita Parry, ‘Problems in Current Theories of Colonial
Discourse’ in the Oxford Literary Review [1987]
6] K.K. Ruthven, Feminist Literary Studies : An Introduction [1984]
7] Alice A. Jardine, Gynesis : Configurations of Woman and
Modernity [1985]
8] Chris Weedon, Feminist Practice and Poststructuralist Theory
[1987]
9] Linda Hutcheon, The Politics of Postmodernism [1989]
10] Bernand Bergonzi, The Myth of Modernism and Twentieth Century
Literature [1986]
11] Robert C. Holub, Reception Theory : A Critical Introduction [1984]
12] Tzvetan Todorov, Mikhail Bakhtin:The Dialogical Principle [1984]
13] Gary Saul Morson and Caryl Emerson, Mikhail Bakhtin: Creation
of a Poetics [1990]
14] David Lodge, After Baktin: Essays on Fiction and Criticism [1990]
15] David Lodge, 20th Century Modern Criticism [1988]
16] Seturaman, Contemporary Criticism – An Anthology [MacMillian]
[1989]
17] Christopher Norris, Deconstruction : Theory and Practice London
Methuen [1982]
18] Terry Eagleton, Literary Theory : An Introduction Oxford; Basil
Blackwell [1983]
19] Wimsatt and Brooks, Literary Criticism – A Short History, New
Delhi, Oxford [1967]
20] Raman Selden – A Reader’s Guide to Contemporary Literary
Theory, Brighton, The Harvester Press [1985]
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Format of Question Paper for CC-4
Que. I : Broad questions [A] or [B] [16]
Que. II : on all the seven prescribed essays. [16]
Que. III : All texts to be covered. [16]
Que. IV : [16]
Que. V : Short Notes on all prescribed essays. [16]
( TWO out of FOUR )
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ENG CC-FIVE
PERIOD STUDIES THROUGH LITERARY GENRES :
FICTION
A] Objectives : This course is offered -
1] To acquaint the student with the major novelists in literature through a
study of the representative novels.
2] To acquaint the student with the growth and development of the novel
especially the English Novel.
3] To develop in the student the ability to interpret, analyse and evaluate
fiction in the historical perspective.
4] To enable the students to read a novel closely with reference to the
thematic pattern, the mood, the treatment, the technique, the
characterization, the structure, the authorial comment, point of view,
setting, the narrative, the plot construction, the social and cultural
aspects and other stylistic features and peculiarities of the prescribed
novels.
5] To enable the students to compare and contrast works of fiction
illustrative of different modes of literary history and various literary
trends.
6] To help the students learn and develop language proficiency, both
written and oral.
Texts Prescribed
1] Daniel Defoe’s – Robinson Crusoe
2] Oliver Goldsmith’s – The Vicar of Wakefield
3] Charlotte Bronte’s – Jane Eyre
4] Aldous Huxley’s – The Brave New World
5] Albert Camus’ – The Outsider
6] Doris Lessing’s – The Grass is Singing.
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Bibliography
1] Walter Allen : The English Novel. Hammondsworth. Penguin
Books 1957.
2] Anthony Burgess: The Novel Now. London. 1967.
3] F.R.Leavis : The Great Tradition. Hammondsworth Penguin Books
1962.
4] Ian Watt : The Rise of the Novel.
5] E.M. Forster : Aspects of the Novel.
6] Diana Neill : A Short History of the English Novel.
7] E.A. Baker : History of the English Novel.
8] George Saintsbury : A History of the English Novel.
9] R.W. Church : The Growth of the English Novel.
10] W.L. Cross : The Development of the English Novel.
11] W.A. Brockington : Oliver Goldsmith - The Citizen of the World.
Blackie and Sons.
12] David Cecil : The Victorian Novelists.
13] Hugh Walker : English Satire and Satirists S. Chand and Co. New
Delhi.
14] James Sutherland : English Satire Cambridge.
15] Arnold Kettle : The English Novel [Three Volumes]
16] F.R. Karl : Contemporary English Novel.
17] Albert Camus : The Myth of Sisyphus.
18] Gerald Bullett : Modern English Fiction.
19] Henry James : The Art of Fiction.
20] Percy Lubbock : The Craft of Fiction.
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ENG CC-SIX
PERIOD STUDIES THROUGH LITERARY GENRES :
POETRY
A] Objectives : This course is offered -
1] To acquaint the students with the most significant English poets
through the study of the representative illustrative poems.
2] To acquaint the students with the growth and development of English
poetry through the Renaissance, Neoclassical, Romantic, Victorian
and Modern periods of English literature
3] To train the students in the close reading of the poems prescribed and
to enable the students to compare and contrast the poems prescribed
with reference to the thematic pattern, the poetic structure, the use of
poetic device, the stylistic peculiarities and other poetic features.
4] To develop in the students the ability to interpret, analyse and evaluate
poems in the context of literary history and theory.
B] Poems Prescribed
1] Geoffrey Chaucer : The Complaint of Chaucer to his Purse.
2] Edmund Spenser : Sonnets from Amoretti
i] Happy Ye Leaves
ii] (LXXV) One Day I Wrote Her Name Upon Strand
3] John Donne : The Flea
4] John Milton : Paradise Lost Book IV
5] John Dryden : Hidden Flame
6] John Keats : Ode on a Grecian Urn.
7] Alfred Tennyson : The Victim
8] W.B.Yeats : A Dialogue of Self and Soul
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9] T.S. Eliot : Gerontion
10] Wilfred Owen : The Send Off
11] D.H. Lawrence : Mosquito
12] Philip Larkin : Next Please
C] Teaching Strategies
Lecturing, group activities such as poetry reading, recitation. Close
Reading, Seminar, Symposia, Paper Reading, Quiz Poetry Listening,
Tutorials etc. It is desirable that the PG centers should use LCD.
D] Bibliography
1] The Oxford Anthology of English Literature. General Editors:
Frank Kermode and John Hollander, Third Printing 1973, O.U.P.
2] Poetry and its Conventions: An Anthology Examining Poetic
Forms and Themes Ed. John T. Shawcross and Frederick R.
Lapides 1972, The Free Press, New York.
3] The Critical History of English Literature [Vol-I to IV] David
Daiches.
4] The Oxford Book of Victorian Verse Ed. Arthur Quiller-Couch
1955, OUP
5] A New Anthology of Modern Poetry. The Modern Library, 1946:
Random House.
6] English Literature in 16th Century : Lewis C S [OUP]
7] English Literature in 17th Century : Bush Douglas[OUP]
8] Elizabethan Essays: Alpers [OUP]
9] 17th Century English Poetry : Keast W.R. [OUP]
10] English Poetry and Prose : Ricks Compton
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11] Pelican History of English Literature : Boris Ford [09 Volumes]
12] Sphere History of English Literature [08 volumes]
13] The Romantic Imagination : Bowra C.M.
14] Poetry and Politics : Bowra C.M.
15] Essays on the 20th Century Poetry : Fraser G.S.
16] The Modern Writer and his World : Fraser G.S
17] Poetry and the Modern World : Daiches David
18] Augustan Satire : Ian Watt
19] Milton, An Introduction: B. Singh.
20] The Literature in the Victorian Era : Hugh
21] Understanding Poetry : Brooks and Warren
22] The 20th Century Mind : Vol-I, II, III: Cox and Dyson
23] Modern Poetry : Cox and Dyson
24] Contemporary English Verse : K. Allott.
Note :- All prescribed poems are available on www.poetry.com and
www.wikipedia.com.
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ENG OC-SEVENTY
AMERICAN LITERATURE
Objectives
1] To acquaint the students with the growth and development of
American Literature in English.
2] To enable the students to understand the background of American
literature.
3] To train the students for a close reading of the texts prescribed.
4] To help the students develop literary and linguistic appreciation.
5] To help the students develop the ability to interpret American
literature in the context of world literature.
6] To help students develop language proficiency both spoken and
written.
Texts Prescribed
Sylvia Plath : (i) Mushrooms / (ii) The Colossus /
(iii) Suicide
Robert Lowell : (i) Water / (ii) Neo Classical Urn /
(iii) For the Dead Union
Gwendolyn Brooks : (i) Sadie and Maud / (ii) The Mother /
(iii) Ballad of Pearl May Le
Edward Albee’s : Who is Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Drama)
J. D. Salinger’s : Catcher in the Rye (Novel)
Lee Harper’s : To Kill a Mockingbird (Novel)
Bibliography
 Edbert Oliver (ed) : American Literature, Eurasia / Publishing House,
New Delhi.
 P. Rajani : The Poetry of Sylvia Plath. Sangam Books, Hyderabad,
2000.
 Hassan Ihab : Contemporary American Literature, New York, Unger,
1973.
 Annamma Joseph : Modern American Poetry, Prestige, New Delhi.
 Wagner Martin : The Modern American Novel.
 H. M. Percival : Edward Albee, The American Dream.
 Sukumar Balachandran : Foundations of American Literature.
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 Mary Helen Washington : Study Black Bridges : Visions of Black
Women in Literature, New York, 1979.
 Usha Puri : Towards a New Womanhood : A Study of Black Women
Writers, Jaipur, Printwell Publishers.
 Sanford Pinsker : The Catcher in the Rye : Innocence Under Pressure,
New York, Twayne Publishers, 1993.
 Clarence W. Watcher : The Changing Years of American Literature,
New York, 1963.
 Meenakshi Raman (ed) : Critical Perspectives in American Literature,
Atlantic Publishers, New Delhi, 2005.
 Sujata Gurudev : American Literature, Atlantic Publishers, New Delhi
2006.
 S. Prakash Rao : Current Perspectives on American Literature,
Atlantic, New Delhi, 1995.
 Barret Wendell : A Literary History of America.
 Robert E. Spiller : The Cycle of American Literature.
 Montrose Moses : The American Dramatists.
 Martin Esslin : The Theatre of the Absurd.
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ENG OC-SEVENTY ONE
NEW LITERATURES IN ENGLISH
Objectives
1. To acquaint the student with the growth and development of
English literature from postcolonial countries like Africa,
Caribbean Islands, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Canada, South America,
New Zealand, Australia.
2. To acquaint the student with the background of postcolonial
literatures.
3. To train the students with a close reading of the text and develop
literary appreciation.
4. To develop in the students the ability to interpret postcolonial
literatures in the context of regional and other literatures.
Texts Prescribed
Paul Coelho : The Alchemist
Nadine Gordimer : July’s People
Bapsi Sidhwa : The Ice-Candy Man.
George Lamming : The Pleasures of Exile
Nelson Mandela : ‘The Birth of a Freedom Fighter’ from ‘The
Long Walk in Freedom’, London, Abacus,
1994, p.109-161.
Franz Fanon : ‘On National Culture’ in ‘The Wretched of the
Earth’, Dr.Constance Farrington, Harmondsworth,
Penguin, 1967, p.166-190.
Bibliography
 Denis Walder : Literature In The Modern World, Oxford. OUP.
 Dereck Attridge : J.M. Coetzee and the Ethics of Reading, Chicago
University Press.
 Ngugi Wa Thiango, Decolonizing the Mind : The Politics of Language
in African Literature, London, James Cry.
 Jyotsna Singh, Colonial Narratives, Cultural Dialogues, London +
New York, Routledge.
 S.A. Gakwandi, The Novel and Contemporary Experience in Africa,
London, Heinemana.
 Ania Loomba : Postcolonialism, London, New York, Routledge.
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 Peter Hulme : Colonial Encounters : Europe and the Native
Caribbean. Routledge.
 Wole Soyinka : Myth, Literature and the African World, Cambridge,
Cambridge University Press.
 Ihab Hassan and Sally Hassan : Innovation / Renovation, University of
Wisconsin Press.
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ENG OC-SEVENTY TWO
A Stylistic Introduction to Literature – Novel and Drama
(A) Objectives : This course is offered
1) To introduce the students to Linguistic, Semantic and
Stylistic Approaches to the understanding and enjoying of
Literary Genres like Novel and Drama.
2) To make students aware of the recent developments in
Semantics and Literary Studies.
3) To enable students to investigate and analyse literary texts in
the context of Discourse Analysis and relevant advances in
the area of stylistics.
(B) Topics Prescribed
1) Orientation: Foregrounding, Cohesion, Sound Symbolism,
Parallelism, Diction and other concepts with special
reference to Novel and Drama.
2) Semantics, Stylistics, Pragmatics and Discourse – Analysis,
with special reference to Novel and Drama.
3) Stylistic Analysis of Texts, Discourse Analysis, Addressee –
Addresser relationships to the context of narrative and
dramatic strategies of significant representative types.
4) Analysing Literary Texts: Novel : Theme, Mood, Treatment,
Narration, Character Setting, Structure, Technique, Style,
Point of View, Social – Cultural context, Plot Thematology,
Narratology, Genealogy and related areas.
5) Analysing Literary Texts : Drama : Theme, Plot, Dramatic
Conversion, Character Setting, Structure, Technique,
Social–Cultural Context, Plot–Action, Relationship,
Author-Character Relationship.
6) Literary Texts Analysed (Stylistics Practicals)
a) Novel : Jane Austen, Dickens, Hardy, E. M. Forster,
James Joyce, Conra Lawrence, Golding Etc.
b) Drama : Shakespeare, Shaw, Osborne, Pinter, Beckett,
Tragedy, Comedy considered.
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ENG OC-SEVENTY THREE
INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH
Objectives
1. To introduce students to the growth and development of Indian
Writing in English in the 20th Century.
2. To train the students in the close reading of the texts prescribed.
3. To help the students develop literary appreciation and study the use
of language.
4. To develop the students’ ability to interpret Indian Writing in
English in the context of World literature in English.
5. To help students gain the proficiency in the use of spoken and
written English.
Texts Prescribed
1. G. V. Desani – All About H. Hatter
2. Mahesh Dattani’s – The Final Solutions (Drama)
3. Arundhati Roy’s – The God of Small Things
4. Rohinton Mistry – Such a Long Journey
5. i) The Oxford Indian anthology of Twelve Modern Indian
Poets ed. Arvind K. Mehrotra.
ii) Ten Twentieth Century Indian Poets ed R. Parthasarthy.
The following poems are prescribed.
1. Nissim Ezekiel - i) A Poem of Dedication
ii) Enterprise
2. Shiv K. Kumar - i) Indian Women
ii) Days in New York.
3. Gieve Patel - i) Nariyal Poornima
ii) On Killing a Tree
4. K. N. Daruwalla - i) The Ghagara in Spate
ii) The Unrest of Desire
5. Arun Kolatkar - i) Between Jejuri and Railway Station.
ii) The Station Master.
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Bibliography
1) Bhargav Rajul - Indian Writing in English, New Delhi Rawat,
2002.
2) K.R.S.Iyengar-Indian Writing in English, Bombay, Asia Publishing
House.
3) David McCutchion : Indian writing in English, Calcutta Writers’
Workshop.
4) M. K. Naik : A History of Indian English Literature, Delhi Sahitya
Akademi, 1982.
5) M.K. Naik : Aspects of Indian Writing in English, Macmillan.
6) Sudhakar Pande (ed) : Contemporary Indian Drama.
7) Meenakshi Mukherjee : Twice-born Fiction.
8) Dr. Gajendra Kumar : Indian English Fiction.
9) Uday Shankar Ojha (eds) : Readings and Reflections, New Delhi,
Sarupt Sons, 2003.
10) R.K.Dhawan (ed) : Essays on the New Literatures, New Delhi,
Prestige, 2003.
11) S.Prasanna Sree (ed) : Psycho Dynamics of Women in the
Postmodern Literature, New Delhi, Sarupt Sons, 2008.
12) R.K. Dhawan (ed) : Indian Women Novelists, New Delhi, Prestige,
2001.
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Format of Question Paper
CC-05, CC-06, OC-70, OC-71, OC-73
Que. I : Long answer question on background (A) or (B)
or (C) (TWO Short Notes out of FOUR)
[16]
Que.II : Broad questions (A) or (B) [16]
Que.III : on the prescribed texts [16]
Que.IV : All texts to be covered [16]
Que.V : Short Notes (on all texts) [16]
(TWO out of FOUR)
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ENG OC-SEVENTY FOUR
TRANSLATION STUDIES : THEORY & PRACTICE
SECTION-1
Following texts are prescribed for detailed study and questions will be
based on the method of translation followed, problems of translation, type
of translation comparison of translated text and original text, evaluation
of translation, linguistic deviations.
Prescribed texts
1) Tamas – Bhisham Sahani
2) Cacoon – Translation of Kosala by Bhalchandra Nemade
3) Raagdarbari – Shrilal Shukla Translated from Hindi
SECTION-II
Following texts are prescribed for the practical of translation – a student
can select any text for the practical.
1) Collection of Poems -
(i) ŸÖæŸÖÖÔÃÖ - ¤üÖÃÖæ ¾Öîª - ¯ÖÖò¯µÖã»Ö¸ü ¯ÖύúÖ¿Ö­Ö, ´ÖãӲևÔ
(ii) ÃÖÓÃÖ¤ü ÃÖê Ã֛üú ŸÖú - ¬Öæ×´Ö»Ö - ¸ü֕֍ú´Ö»Ö ¯ÖύúÖ¿Ö­Ö - ‡»ÖÖÆüÖ²ÖÖ¤ü
2) Drama -
(i) ¿ÖÖê³ÖÖ µÖÖ¡ÖÖ - ¿Ö±úֆŸÖ ÖÖ­Ö - ¯ÖÖò¯µÖã»Ö¸ü - ´ÖãӲևÔ
(ii) úÖê™Ôü´ÖÖ¿ÖÔ»Ö - þ֤êü¿Ö ¤ü߯֍ú - ¸ü֕֍ú´Ö»Ö
3) Novel -
(i) ÃÖêŸÖæ - †Ö¿ÖÖ ²ÖÖê
(ii) ´ÖÆüÖ³ÖÖê•Ö - ´Ö®Öæ ³ÖӛüÖ¸üß
4) Non-Fiction -
(i) ²Ö¤ü»ÖŸÖÖ ³ÖÖ¸üŸÖ - ³ÖÖ­Ö㠍úÖôêû - ´Ö֕î Ö - ´ÖÓã²Ö‡Ô
(ii) ÃÖÓŸÖ ÃÖÖ×ÆüŸµÖ úß †Ö¬Öã׭֍ú †¾Ö¬ÖÖ¸üÖÖ‹Ñ - ÃÖÓ.¯ÖÖ. ›üÖò.ÃÖã×­Ö»Ö ãú»ÖúÖá
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Reference Books
1) Tamas
2) Akkarmashi
3) Cacoon
4) Raagdarabari
5) Turtas – Dr. Dasuvaidya
6) Sansad Se Sadaktak – Dhumil
7) Shobhayatra – Shafaat Khan
8) Court – Swedesh Deepak
9) Setu – Aasha Bage
10) Mahabhoj – Mannu Bhandari
11) Badalata Bharat – Bhanu Kale
12) Sant Sahityaki Aadhunik Awadharanaye Ed. Dr. Sunil Kulkarni.
Bibliography
 Amos, Flora Ross, 1973, Early Theories of Translation, New York,
Octagon Books.
 Arrowsmith, W. and R. Shattuck (eds.) 1971, The Craft and Context of
Translation, New York, Doubleday-Anchor.
 Arya, R.C.1974, Problems of Translation : English-Hindi Research
Diploma (Unpublished), Hyderabad, CIEFL.
 Barnwell, K.G.L., 1974, Introduction to Semantics and Translation,
Highwycombe, Buckingham-shire, Summer Institute of Linguistics.
 Bassnett-McGuire, S. 1980, Translation Studies, London, Methuen.
 Bassnett, Susan and Lefevere, Andre (eds.), 1990, Translation,
History and Culture. London, Printer Publishers.
 Bauer, Wolfgang, 1964, Western Literature and Translation Work in
Communist China, Frankfurt, Alfred Metzner Verlag.
 Beaugrande, Robert De, 1978, Factors in a Theory of Poetic
Translation, Approaches to Translation Studies No.5, The
Netherlandsvan Gorcum.
 Beekman, John, 1965, Notes on Translation with Drills, California,
Summer Institute of Linguistics.
 Belloc, Hilaire, 1924, On Translation, Oxford, The Clarendon Press.
 Benjamin, Andrew, 1989, Translation and the Nature of Philosophy,
A New Theory of Words, London, Routledge.
 Biguenet, J. and Schulte, Rainer, 1989, The Craft of Translation,
Chicago, The University of Chicago Press.
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 Booth, a.d. et al. 1958. Aspects of Translation, London, Secker and
Warburg (Studies in Communication 2).
 Booth, a.d. 1967, Machine Translation, North-Holland, Amsterdam.
 Bower, William W., 1961, International Manual of Linguistics and
Translators, First Supplement, New York, The Scarecrow Press Inc.
 Brisling, R.W.(ed), 1976, Translation: Applications and Research,
New York, Gardener Press.
 Brower, Reuben A.(ed), 1966, On Translation, New York, Oxford
University Press.
 Casagrade, J., 1954, ‘The Ends of Translation’, International Journal
of American Linguistics, 1954, 20, pp.335-340.
 Catford, J.C., 1965, A Linguistic Theory of Translation, London,
Oxford University Press.
 Catford, J.C., 1967. ‘Translation and Language Teaching’, In Council
of Europe, Council for Cultural Co-operation, Linguistic Theories and
Their Application, pp.125-151.
 Chakraborty, A. 1969, Translation in Medieval Bulgaria, Calcutta,
Subarnarekha.
 Citroen, I.J. (ed), 1967, Ten Years of Translation, Proceedings of the
4th Congress of the International Federation of Translators, Dudrovnik,
1963, Oxford, Pergamon Press.
 Coffin, Edna Amir, 1982, ‘Translation : An Exceptional Form of
Language Use’ In Obler, Lorainek. (ed) exceptional language and
linguistics. New york: academic press, 1982. pp.103-111.
 Collier, Gordon, 1977, Guided German: English translation. Germany,
Quelle and Meyer Heidelberg.
 Corder, S.Pit., 1973, Introducing Applied Linguistics, Harmondsworth,
Penguin.
 Crick, M., 1976, Explorations in Language and Meaning, London,
Malaby Press.
 Crystal, David, 1968, What is Linguistics? London, Edward Arnold
(Pub.) Ltd.
 Dakshina Murthy, P., 1990, ‘Teluguloo Poetry and Scriptural Texts
Theory and Practice’, Term Paper, CIEFL.
 Despatie, S.J.Gerard, 1974, Modern Linguistic Research Applied
to the Process of Translation, Michigan, University Microfilms
(Xerox copy).
 Duff, A., 1961, The Third Language, New York, Oxford University
Press.
 Eppert, Franz, 1978, ‘Translation and Second Language Teaching’
Canadian Modern Language Review, 34:1, pp.50-61.
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 Eppert, Franz.(ed), 1983, Transfer and Translation in Language
Learning and Teaching. Selected paper from the RELC seminar on
‘Inter-Language Transfer Processes in Language and Communication
in Multilingual Societies’, Singapore, April, 1982. Singapore,
Singapore University Press.
 Evans, O.E., 1976, On Translating the Bible, London, the Epworth
Press.
 Finch, C.A., 1969, An Approach to Technical Translation, An
Introductory Guide for Scientific Reader, Oxford, Pergamon Press
Ltd.
 Finlay Lan F., 1971, Translating, Lend, Makay (‘Teach Yourself
Series’).
 Firth, J.R. 1956. ‘Linguistic Analysis and Translation’ in Halle,
Morris et al. (eds.), for Roman Jakobson. The Hague: Mouton, 1956,
pp.133-139.
 Firth, J.R., 1964, ‘Modes of Meaning’ in Papers in Linguistics,
1934-51. London, Oxford University Press.
 Garvin, P., 1955, Prague School, Reader on Aesthetics, Literary
Structure and Style. Washington: Georgetown University Press.
 Geetha, D. 1985. Translating English Literary Texts into Tamil for
Readers at the Undergraduate Level, A Pragma-Linguistic Profile,
M.Litt. Dissertation, Hyderabad, CIEFL (Unpublished).
 Graham, J.F. (ed.), 1958, Difference in Translation, Ithaca, Cornell
University Press.
 Grahs, Lillebill (ed.), 1978, Theory and Practice of Translation,
Berlin, Peter Lang.
 Grierson, Herbert, J.C., 1948, Verse Translation with Special
Reference to Translation from Latin, London, The Folcroft Press.
 Guenthner, F. (ed.), 1978, Meaning and Translation: Philosophical
and Linguistic Approaches, London, Duckworth.
 Halliday, M.A.K. et al., 1964, The Linguistic Sciences and Language
Teaching, London, Longmans.
 Halliday, M.A.K. and R. Hansan, 1976, Cohesion in English, London,
Longman.
 Hartman, R.R.K., 1980, ‘Translation Processes’ In Hartman, R.R.K.
Contrastive Testology, Comparative Discourse Analysis in Applied
Linguistics. Heidelberg, Julius Gross Verlag, 1980, pp.50-71.
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Equivalence for M.A. Part-II (English)
Old Course New Course
01. ENG CC Four
Modern Literary Theories
01. ENG CC Four
Modern Literary Theories
02. ENG CC Five
English Fiction (1700-2000)
02. ENG CC Five
Period Studies through Literary
Genres : Fiction
03. ENG CC Six
English Poetry (1350-2000)
03. ENG CC Six
Period Studies through Literary
Genres : Poetry
04. ENG OC Seventy
American Literature
04. ENG OC Seventy
American Literature
05. ENG OC Seventy one
Commonwealth Literature
05. ENG OC Seventy one
New Literatures in English
06. ENG OC Seventy two
A Stylistic Introduction to
Literature, Novels and Drama
06. ENG OC Seventy two
A Stylistic Introduction to
Literature, Novel & Drama
07. ENG OC Seventy three
Indian Writings in English – II
07. ENG OC Seventy three
Indian Writings in English – II
08. ENG OC Seventy four
Comparative Literature
(Genealogy)
08. ENG OC Seventy four
Translation Studies : Theory &
Practice
Dr. Shobha Shinde,
Chairperson,
Board of Studies in English,
North Maharashtra University,
Jalgaon-425001 (M.S.)
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