Academic programs at a glance in


Academic programs at a glance in
The college offers you a choice of any one of the 7 specializations to be a graduate with Honors (140 Credits) or Regular program (120 credits)

Specialization Options for Graduate Programme in

  • Developmental Counselling
  • Early Childhood Care and Education
  • Food, Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Interior Design and Resource Management
  • Mass Communication and Extension
  • Textiles and Apparel Designing

B.Sc. Program with Honors Credit Distribution

 

Type of Course

Indicated

as

Semester

Credits

I

II

III / IV

V

VI

Core Courses 

CC

04

08

20

18

14

20

84

Ability Enhancement Courses 

AEC

08

02

10

Skill Enhancement Courses 

SEC

Generic Electives 

GE

08

12

02

22

Discipline Specific Electives 

DSE

6

10

8

24

Total Credits

20

20

24

24

24

28

140

B.Sc. Program Regular Credit Distribution

 

Type of Course

Indicated as

Semester

Credits

I

II

III/IV

V

VI

Core Courses 

CC

04

08

16

14

14

16

72

Ability Enhancement Courses 

AEC

08

02

10

Skill Enhancement Courses 

SEC

Generic Electives 

GE

08

12

02

22

Discipline Specific Electives 

DSE

06

06

04

16

Total Credits

20

20

20

20

20

20

120

ABILITY ENHANCEMENT COURSES
The Ability Enhancement Courses may be of two kinds: Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC) and Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC). These courses are based upon the content that leads to Knowledge enhancement and value based competencies and skills. These are mandatory for all disciplines and program.

Ability Enhancement Courses credit distribution for all Specializations (Honors/ Regular)

 

AEC and SEC Courses

B.Sc. for all Specializations

Credits

B.Sc.

Sr. No.

Code

No.

Semester

Ability Enhancement Courses /

Skill Enhancement Courses

10 credits (Regular)

10 credits (Honors)

Theory

Practical

Regular

Honors

1.

LA101

I

Communicative English

4

8

8

2.

SA101

Environmental Studies

4

3.

HA200

III / IV

Gender Studies

2

2

2

10

10

Generic Elective
Generic Elective (GE) course can be chosen by the student from other branches of the faculty of Home Science, with an intention to seek exposure and Knowledge beyond the specialization of their choice. These Elective Courses can enhance their personal and professional development.Each student has to takeone course from the Generic Elective courses offered from the other departments.
Generic Elective Courses credit distribution for all Specializations (Honors / Regular)

 

GE Courses

B.Sc. for all Specializations

Credits

B.Sc.

Sr. No.

Code No.

Semester

Department offering the course

Generic Elective Courses

22 credits (Regular)

22 credits (Honors)

Theory.

Practical.

Regular

Honors

1.

FG101

I/ II

FN Department

Nutrition for Health Promotion OR

Fundamentals of Baking

4

20

20

2.

FG102

4

3.

HG101

HD Department

Personal and Professional Relationships in Adulthood OR

Marriage and Parenting

4

4.

HG102

4

5.

MG101

MCE Department

Digital Photography OR

Voice Culture and Modulation

4

6.

MG102

4

7.

RG101

RM Department

Consumer Education and Financial Literacy OR

Travel Arrangements and Formalities

4

8.

RG102

4

9.

TG101

TAD Department

Fashion Craft OR

Fundamentals of Fashion

4

10.

TG102

4

11.

LG101

English or Science

Department

Functional English OR

Advanced English OR

Science for Life

4

12.

LG102

13

SG101

4

14

LG201

III/ IV

English or MCE

Department

Foreign Language OR

Media and Information Literacy

2

2

2

15.

MG201

2

22

22

 

Brief description of the GE courses-
Courses offered by Department of Food and Nutrition-

Nutrition for Health Promotion

OR

Fundamentals of Baking

This course provides substantial information on the importance of health, diet, nutrition andfitness. This will help students to ensure wellbeing of self and family. It emphasizes the significance of a balanced diet in achieving good health and fitness for life.

This is an attractive hand- on – training course to develop skills in preparation of baked items like bread, biscuits etc. The course will provide scientific insights and develop skill, art and craft of baking.

Courses offered by Department of Human Development-

Personal and Professional Relationships in Adulthood

OR

Marriage and Parenting

Our interpersonal relations are greatly linked with our overall success in life. This subject focuses on understanding the ‘what’, ‘why’ and ‘how of relationships’. Choosing this subject will help you to better understand and maintain your relationships at the personal and professional front. It will also focus on topics like emotional intelligence, team work and conflict resolutions.

This is an applied course, designed to help students explore the many facets of marriage, parenting and family interactions. Few of the topics discussed are courtship, mate selection, adjustments in marriage and parenting children of different ages. This subject will also focus on your own attitudes, values, and expectations about marriage and family life through sensitization games, role plays and discussions

Courses offered by Department of Mass Communication and Extension-

Digital Photography

OR

Voice Culture and Modulation

Cameras have become a part of our lives today. The option of taking good and creative pictures is still a dream far-fetched for many. Most of us are unaware of the aesthetics and techniques involved in clicking right image.

The said course will not only teach you to handle a DSLR ( Digital Single Lens Reflex) camera but also introduce you to various professional aspects of photography. These will enable you to capture appropriate images in your area of specialization

Speak like a Leader-
This is a unique subject for the students who wish to enhance the quality of their voice. The students would be trained to speak with clarity and correct pronunciation so that they become impactful speakers.
The curriculum offers knowledge and skill training in developing their voice potential to the maximum. The focus would be on voice modulation, overcoming common speaking defects, breath control, modification and improvement of voice, good narration techniques, and projection of voice, better breath control, overcoming speech defects, and public speaking.

Courses offered by Department of Resource Management-

Consumer Education and Financial Literacy

OR

Travel Arrangements and Formalities

This course offers students an opportunity to understand the rights and responsibilities as consumers. The course will give them insight on manufacturing and trade malpractices and enable them to understand various redressal mechanisms. They will develop critical thinking skills with regards to financial planning by learning income management, savings and banking facilities. It will help them gain knowledgeabout various credit facilities in finance.

This course offers students an orientation to the prominent tourist destinations in India and abroad, as well as the basis for travel arrangements for a leisure tour. Students become aware about the passport, VISA and other documentation and requisite processes for international travel. They also learn the procedures involved in booking of transport and accommodation. This course will enable the students to help family and friends to choose holiday destinations and basic tour planning.

Courses offered by Department of Textiles and Apparel Designing-

Fashion Craft

OR

Fundamentals of Fashion

This course provides students the required skills in various surface embellishment techniques such as smocking, painting, bead work and macramé. The course will also help students in the selection of appropriate material for developing different types of fashion accessories. Students will be proficient in developing contemporary fashion articles and other related textiles crafts such as bead work, designing of earrings, bracelets, necklace, anklets and many more.

This course offers students an opportunity to understand about the concepts of fashion designing and fashion styling. This course will give an insight to students about the elements of fashion, stages of fashion cycle, and concepts of garment construction. In addition, students will be competent in selection of appropriate fashion garment and accessories according to personality, figure types and occasions.

Courses offered by Department of English/Science-

Functional English

OR

Science for Life

This course is designed to enhance the Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills of students in English. Also, it will help them to develop Inter-personal and Professional communicational skills.

The course deals with apt usage of energy in everyday life as well as preparation and hazards of various chemicals such as household chemicals, cosmetics etc.Curriculum also briefs overall information about certain common diseases. The basic objective of this course is to develop scientific temper and help students understand where and how science is linked to daily life.

Advanced English

This course aims to strengthen advanced skills in reading, writing, comprehension and develop literary sensibility among students. This also facilitates communication skills required in the professional environment, enhances personality of the students as well as train them to appreciate texts critically.