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					                                       FIRST SEMESTER
                                           08U1LH1

             PAPER - PROSE, SHORT STORY AND GRAMMAR

 PROSE :
     Prescribed Text Books :             1. HINDI GADYA PRABHAKAR
                                                Ed. Dr. Hiranmay
                                                Shiksha Bharathi
                                                Kashmiri Gate
                                                Delhi-06.
                                         2. HINDI GADYAMALA
                                                Ed. Dr.Syed Rahamathullah
                                                Poornima Prakashan
                                                Chennai – 14.
      Prescribed Lessons       :            1. Mahathma Gandhi (HINDI GADYA PRABHAKAR)
                                                       by Satyakamvidyalankar
                                            2. Bharat Ek hai
                                                       by Ramdhari Singh Dinkar
                                            3. Yuvaon se (HINDI GADYAMALA)
                                                       by Swami Vivekananda
                                            4. Computer : Ek nayee dastak
                                                        by Gunakar Moole
SHORT STORY :
    Prescribed Text Books                : 1. KAHANI VIVIDHA
                                                 Ed. Dr.Devishankar Avasthi
                                                 Rajkamal Prakashan
                                                 New Delhi.
                                          2. KATHANTAR
                                                 Ed. Paramanand Sreevatsav
                                                     Rajkamal Prakashan
                                                     New Delhi-32.
      Prescribed Lessons       :             1. Kafan (KATHANTAR)
                                                        by Munshi Premchand
                                             2. Madhua (KAHANI VIVIDHA)
                                                        by Jayashankar Prasad
                                             3. Sharandata
                                                        by Agney
                                             4. Vaapsi
                                                        by Usha Priyamvada

GRAMMAR -I :
    Prescribed portion             :        1. Noun
                                            2. Pronoun
                                            3. Adjective
                                            4. Verb
                                            5. Gender
                                            6. Number
      Reference Book       :             Vyakaranpradeep
                                         by Ramdev
                                         Saraswathi Prakashan
                                         Varanasi
                           UNITISED SYLLABUS

UNIT – I

      1. Noun
      2. Mahathma Gandhi
      3. Kafan


UNIT - II

      1. Pronoun
      2. Yuvaon Se
      3. Madhua

UNIT – III

      1. Adjective
      2. Bharath Ek Hai
      3. Sharandata


UNIT – IV

      1. Verb
      2. Bharath Ek Hai
      3. Vapsi


UNIT – V

      1. Gender
      2. Number
      4. Computer Ek Nayee Dastak
                                 CODE 08U1LH1
                             SCHME OF EXAMINATION


                                PART – A (20 MARKS)

I       ANSWER ALL THE QUESTIONS :
        ( From Story, Prose and Grammar )

1       Objective type                      5 Qns.             5x2 = 10 Marks
2.      One word/One sentence               5 Qns.             5x2 = 10 Marks


    .                         PART – B (25 MARKS)

II.     INTERNAL CHOICE :

1.      From Prose (Annotation)             1   out   of   2        5   Marks
2.      From Prose (Short Note)             1   out   of   2        5   Marks
3.      From Stories (Short Note)           1   out   of   2        5   Marks
4.      From Grammar                        1   out   of   2        5   Marks
5.      From Grammar                        1   out   of   2        5   Marks


                              PART - C (30 MARKS)

III.    ANSWER ANY 3 QUESTIONS :
        (Fifth Question Compulsory)
1.      From Prose
2.      From Prose
3.      From Stories
4.      From Stories
5.      From Grammar
                             SECOND SEMESTER
                               CODE - 08U2LH2

     PAPER II - COMPREHENSION, DRAMA, NOVEL AND GRAMMAR


COMPREHENSION            :       General Paragraph from any Hindi Text Book

DRAMA :
    Prescribed Text Book :        ASHAD KA EK DIN
                                      Mohan Rakesh
                                      Rajpal & Sons
                                      Kashmiri Gate
                                      Delhi – 06.


NOVEL :
    Prescribed Text Book :        NIRMALA
                                      Premchand
                                      Rajkamal Prakashan
                                      New Delhi.


GRAMMAR :
    Prescribed portion       :     1. Tense
                                   2. Case Ending
                                   3. Adverb
                                   4. Preposition
                                   5. Conjunction
                                   6. Interjection


      Reference Book         :   Vyakaranpradeep
                                 by Ramdev
                                 Saraswathi Prakashan
                                 Varanasi
                                 UNITISED SYLLABUS


UNIT – I

      1.     Comprehension
      2.     Ashad ka ek din – page 1 to 20
      3.     Tense
      4.     Nirmala – First Chapter

UNIT – II

      1.     Comprehension
      2.     Ashad ka ek din – page 21 to 40
      3.     Adverb
      4.     Nirmala – Second Chapter

UNIT – III

      1.     Comprehension
      2.     Ashad ka ek din – page 41 to 60
      3.     Preposition
      4.     Nirmala – Third Chapter

UNIT – IV

      1.     Comprehension
      2.     Ashad ka ek din – page 61 to 80
      3.     Conjunction
      4.     Nirmala – Fourth Chapter

UNIT – V

      1.     Case Ending
      2.     Ashad ka ek din – page 81 to 112
      3.     Nirmala – Fifth Chapter
      4.     Interjection
                                CODE - 08U2LH2
                             SCHME OF EXAMINATION


                                 PART – A (20 MARKS)

I       COMPREHENSION -       CONSISTING OF 10 QUESTIONS                  10X2=20 MARKS



    .                          PART – B (25 MARKS)

II.     INTERNAL CHOICE (EITHER – OR)

1.       From Drama (short note)                       1   out of 2   5   Marks
2.       From Novel (short note)                       1   out of 2   5   Marks
3.       From Drama & From Novel (short note)          1   out of 2   5   Marks
4.       From Grammar                                  1   out of 2   5   Marks
5.       From Grammar                                  1   out of 2   5   Marks


                               PART - C (30 MARKS)

III.     ANSWER ANY THREE QUESTIONS                                   3X10 =30 MARKS
         (Fifth question compulsory)

1.       From Prose
2.       From Prose
3.       From Story
4.       From Story
5.       From Grammar

                               -----------------------------------
                              THIRD SEMESTER
                               CODE - 08U3LH3


     PAPER – III MEDIEVAL-MODERN POETRY AND TRANSLATION

1. POETRY                 :
            Book Name             :   1. KAVYA SAURABH
                                            Pub. Dakshina B.Hindi P.Sabha
                                                 Chennai.
                                      2. AADHUNIK KAVYA SANGRAH
                                              Ed.    Dr.Rajendra Prasad
                                                     Radha Krishna Publication
                                                     New Delhi.
     Prescribed Lessons   :
                                      MEDIEVAL POETRY (KAVYA SAURABH)
                                      1.   Kabir ke Dohe
                                      2.   Thulsi ke Dohe – first 10 poems
                                      3.   Surdas – 2 and 4
                                      4.   Raheem ke Dohe
                                      5.   Bihari ke Dohe – 10 poems

                                      MODERN POETRY
                                      1. Todthi Pathar (Kavya Saurabh)
                                                    by Suryakant Tripathi Nirala
                                      2. Jhoote patte
                                                    by Balakrishnsharma Naveen
                                      3. Geetvihag (Aadhunik Kavya Sangrah)
                                                    by Sumitranandan Punt
                                      4. Pandrah August
                                                    by Girijakumar Mathur
2. TRANSLATION
         Prescribed Book          :   ANUVAD ABHYAS PART – III
                                  :   DBHPS
                                      Chennai

            Prescribed Portions   :   From English to Hindi
                                      Exercise No.1,9,13

                                      From Hindi to English
                                      Exercise No. 2, 5, 19
                            UNITISED SYLLABUS


UNIT – I

      1. Kabir ke dohe
      2. Thodthi pathar
      3. Translation

UNIT – II

      1. Thulsi ke dohe
      2. Jhoote pathe
      3. Translation

UNIT – III

      1. Surdas
      2. Geetvihag
      3. Translation

UNIT – IV

      1. Raheem ke dohe
      2. Pandrah August
      3. Translation

UNIT – V

      1. Bihari ke dohe
      2. Pandra August
      3. Translation Ex. No.28
                                CODE - 08U3LH3
                            SCHEME OF EXAMINATION



                                PART – A (20 MARKS)

I.      TRANSLATION – 10 SIMPLE SENTENCES                          10X2= 20 MARKS
        Hindi to English   5
        English to Hindi   5

 .                             PART – B (25 MARKS)

II.    INTERNAL CHOICE ( EITHER – OR )

1.      Annotation From Medieval Poetry                   1   out of 2   5   Marks
2.      Annotation From Modern Poetry                     1   out of 2   5   Marks
3.      Short Notes From Medieval & Modern Poetry         1   out of 2   5   Marks
4.      Introduction of a Poet From Medieval Poetry       1   out of 2   5   Marks
5.      Introduction of a Poet From Modern Poetry         1   out of 2   5   Marks


                               PART - C (30 MARKS)

III.    ANSWER ANY 3 QUESTIONS                                      3X10 =30 MARKS
        (Fifth question compulsory)

1.      Summary From Medieval Poetry
2.      Summary From Modern Poetry
3.      Analysis of Poetry – Medieval/Modern
4.      A passage for translation from Hindi to English
5.      A passage for translation from English to Hindi
                              FOURTH SEMESTER
                                CODE - 08U4LH4

           PAPER – IV     FUNCTIONAL HINDI AND GENERAL ESSAY


1. LETTER WRITING                         :
           Prescribed Book         :      Abhinava Patralekhan
                                          DBHPS
                                          Chennai

              Portion Prescribed   :      Personal Letter
                                           1. To Father/Mother/Friend
                                           2. Application for a job

                                          Commercial Letter
                                           1. Ordering for Books
                                           2. Complaints
                                          Official
                                           1. Office Memorandum
                                           2. Office Order
                                           3. Circular
                                           4. Remainder
2. PRECISE WRITING

3. TECHNICAL TERMS AND PHRASES
   USED IN OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE
           Prescribed Book    : HINDI VATAYAN
                                   by. Dr.Chandra Mohan
                                       Vishvavidyalay Prakashan,
                                       Varanasi.
           Prescribed Portion : Annexure enclosed

4. GENERAL ESSAY        :
          Prescribed Lessons :            1. Self Employment
                                          2. Pollution
                                          3. Value based Education
                                          4. India in 22nd Century
                                          5. My favorite Author

Ref. : 1. Vyavaharik Hindi, by Dr.Mahendra Mittal, Shabari Sansthan,Delhi-51.

       2. Pramanik Aalekhan aur Tippan, by Prof.Viraj, Rajpal and sons, Kashmiri
          Gate, Delhi.
       3. Abhinava Vyavaharik Hindi, by Dr. Paramanand Gupta,VidyaMandir, 588,
          Avenue Road, Bangalore-2.
                       PRESCRIBED TECHNICAL TERMS


DESIGNATION
 1. Accontant                        -
 2. Assistant                        -
 3. Auditor                          -
 4. Cashier                          -
 5. Clerk                            -
 6. Controller                       -
 7. Engineer                         -
 8. Inspector                        -
 9. Typist                           -
 10. Joint                           -
 11. Junior                          -
 12. Senior                          -
 13. General Manager                 -
 14. Custom Officer                  -
 15. Election Officer                –
 16. Managing Director               –
 17. Office Superintendent           –
 18. Regional Director               –
 19. Superintendent of Police        –
 20. Secretary –lpho

NAME OF MINISTRY
 1. Agriculture                      -
 2. Commerce                         -
 3. Communication                    -
 4. Defence                          -
 5. Energy                           -
 6. External Affairs                 -
 7. Finance                          -
 8. Home Affairs                     -
 9. Human Resource Development       -
 10. Information and Broad Casting   -
 11. Labour                          -
 12. Parliamentary Affairs           -
 13. Railways                        -
 14. Tourism                         -
 15. Science and Technology          -



TECHNICAL PHRASES
 1. Appear for interview             -
 2. Application may be rejected      -
 3. As above                         -
 4. As early as possible             -
 5. As regards                       -
 6. Await reply                      -
 7. Circulate and file               -
8. Delay is regretted               -
9. For approval                     -
10. For comment                     -
11. I am directed                   -
12. I have the honor                -
13. In this manner                  -
14. May be considered               -
15. Please refer to letter No.      -
16. With reference to your letter   -
17. Yours Faithfully                -
18. Yours Sincerely                 -
19. You are asked                   -
20. Early reply solicited           -
                                 UNITISED SYLLABUS

UNIT – I

      1.     Personal Letters
      2.     Technical Terms
      3.     Precise Writing
      4.     General Essay - Self Employment


UNIT – II

      1.     Commercial Letters
      2.     Technical Terms
      3.     Precise Writing
      4.     General Essay - Pollution


UNIT – III

      1.     Office Memorandum
      2.     Technical Phrases
      3.     Precise Writing
      4.     General Essay - Value based Education


UNIT – IV

      1.     Office Order
      2.     Technical Phrases
      3.     Precise Writing
      4.     General Essay - India in 22nd Century


UNIT – V

      1.     Circular
      2.     Remainder
      3.     Precise Writing
      4.     General Essay - My favorite Author
                                CODE - 08U4LH4
                             SCHEME OF EXAMINATION



                               PART – A (20 MARKS)

I.     ANSWER ALL THE QUESTIONS.                                       10X2=20

       5 Technical Phrases English to Hindi
       5 Technical Phrases Hindi to English

 .                            PART – B (25 MARKS)

II.    INTERNAL CHOICE (EITHER – OR)                                   5X5=25

1.     Theoretical aspect - Personal Lr. 1      out of 2   5   Marks
2.     Theoretical aspect - Official Letter 1   out of 2   5   Marks
3.     Theoretical aspect - Commercial Lr.1     out of 2   5   Marks
4.     Technical Terms English to Hindi 1       out of 2   5   Marks
       (5 Nos.)
5.     Technical Terms Hindi to English 1       out of 2   5 Marks
       (5 Nos.)

                             PART - C (30 MARKS)

III.   ANSWER ANY 3 QUESTIONS                                          3X10 =30
       (Fifth question compulsory)

1.     Personal Letter
2.     Commercial Letter
3.     Official Letter
4.     General Essay
5.     Precise Writing
                 JAMAL MOHAMED COLLEGE(AUTONOMOUS)
                         DEPARTMENT OF HINDI

                SKILLBASED COURSE - HINDI FOR BEGINNERS

                                  CODE - 08U HI 4502


       (The Syllabus will come into effect from the Academic Year 2008 – 2009).

Objective:
                To introduce the student basic knowledge in Hindi.

Eligibility :
                I,III,V&VI Semester students belong to any discipline are eligible for
                admission into this course.

Duration :
                One Semester.

                                 DETAILED SYLLABUS

ORTHOGRAPHY

        1. Vowels          - Pronunciation and method of writing.
        2. Consonants      - Pronunciation and method of writing.
        3. Matra
        4. Joining Letters –
                          a) Vowels with Consonant
                          b) Consonant with Consonant

ETYMOLOGY –WORD
        Usage of words in day-to-day life :
        a) Parts of body, Names of animals, birds, metals, house hold articles, dresses,
           ornaments, food grains, vegetables, fruits, trees, relations, professions, colors,
           months and days.
        b) Numerical – Cordials only (1 to 100)

ETYMOLOGY –PARTS OF SPEECH

        Parts of speech and their functions in the sentence.

        1. Noun
        2. Pronoun
        3. Adjective
        4. Verb
        5. Adverb
        6. Preposition
        7. Conjunction
        8. Interjection
                            QUESTION PAPER PATTERN



Time : Three hours                                             Max.Marks : 100


1. Fill in the blanks                                          5x1=05

2. Join the letters                                            5x1=05

3. Join the Consonants                                         5x1=05

4. Write the Numerals                                          5x1=05

5. Write the Name of the Numeral                               5x2=10

6. Write the meaning in Hindi (colors, animals, birds,months   5x2=15
                                and week)
7. Present tense/Past tense/Future tense                           20

8. Parts of speech (excluding sub divisions)                       40
                      Noun
                      Pronoun
                      Verb
                      Adjective
                      Preposition
                      Conjunction
                      Interjection)

				
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