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AIM: To Familiarize the students with the concepts of Basic Hindi Traditional grammar style and the structural form.
COURSE OBJECTIVES:This course covers “Word formation – Compounding and affixation, Parts of Speech, Nominal categories : case relations,number,gender person, Verbal categories,mood modality,tense and aspect, The sentence : its elements and their order under Grammatical structure and under LinguisticsPhonetics articulatory,ocoustic and auditory ,Phonology , morphophonemics graphology ,Morphology, formation compounding and affixation.Syntax – structure,endo – centric and exocentric construction –immediate constituent analysis,deixis verbal categories : mood,modality,tense and aspect – voice – logical relations are dealt with.
COURSE OUTCOMES- Able to Remember and understand Phonetics articulatory, Acoustic and auditory – organs of speech the mechanism of sound production classification of speech – sounds: vowel and consonant – cardinal vowels – supra – segmental features, stress, pitch : tone and juncture – syllable writing systems; pictogram; ideogram syllable script – the phonetic script broad and narrow transcription. Acquire a thorough knowledge about the distribution and acoustic qualities of the speech sounds through their physiological manner and understand about syllabic structure and phonetic transcription.
Able to understand and analyse Phonology–types of phonemes, morphemes, derivational and grammatical, prefix, suffix and infix : Segmental and non-segmental – paradigmatic relations and morpheme classes, Parts of speech, Structure of phrases, focus the sentence – endocentric and exocentric construction. Accomplish the linguistic study of speech that includes the phonological and morphophonemic analysis of language.
CO1: Name the different Deutsche Epochen (Literary Periods ) in German literature
CO2: Compare Frühmittelalter, Hochmittelalter and Spätmittelalter
CO3: Develop the salient features of the Mittelalters
CO4: Integratethe literary influence of ‘ Das Nibelungenlied’ in modern German literature
CO5: Generate the influence of medieval periods in the literary movement and in German
CO6: Compile the development of literature from medieval to the Barock period
Nutritional Biochemistry is the study about how nutrition works on a cellular level. It makes the learner understand about the balanced diet, their energy metabolism, daily
requirement and nutritional aspects dietary foods- carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, vitamins,
minerals, oxidative stress and antioxidants. Basically the subject helps the student uncover the
relationship between diet and various functions of the body. It also demonstrates how "what we eat" is connected with physical well being and
disease. The field of nutritional biochemistry is very
wide, and there is much more to be discovered. The subject has greatly influenced the future of
preventative and therapeutic strategies for not only physical illness but also mental illness.Therefore studying the biochemistry of nutrition has an important real-world
This course is taught to provide adequate opportunities to know the Arab world, to train about the language, history, culture, politics and economics of the contemporary Arab world, to study the history of the Arab Countries from Napoleon’s invasion of Egypt to the 21st Century, to study the issues and concerns of the contemporary Arab world such as Arab Spring, Palestine Issue and Political upheavals, to introduce the Arab countries like Egypt, Iraq, Jordon, Kuwait, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Yemen
AIM: To mark out the Historical background of Indo Arab Relations, to study the development of Arabic literature in Indian Sub-continent, to focus on critical and analytical knowledge of Arabic writings in India, to compare the literary works of Middle East literature and Indian Arabic literature and to have a detailed study over the Arabic works written in Kerala and its authors
· To mark out the Historical background of Indo Arab Relations
· To study the development of Arabic literature in Indian Sub-continent
· To focus on critical and analytical knowledge of Arabic writings in India
· To compare the literary works of Middle East literature and Indian Arabic literature
· To have a detailed study over the Arabic works written in Kerala and its authors