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Sant Baba Bhag Singh University

Khiala, Padhiana, Jaladhar, Punjab, India

                                       2017


Index

S No.

Subject Name

Subject Code

Page No.

Semester

1.       

Research Methodology

RM901

1

I

2.       

Biotechnology

BT903

2

I

3.       

Fermentation Technology

BT905

3

 

4.       

Macromolecular Science

CHM903

4-5

I

5.       

Advanced Spectroscopic and Instrumental Techniques

CHM905

6-7

I

6.       

Advancements in Natural Language Processing

CSA903

8

I

7.       

Digital Image Processing

CSA905

9

I

8.       

Advances in Semantics Techniques

CSA907

10

I

9.       

     Cloud Computing

CSA909

11

I

10.   

      Network Security

CSA911

12

I

11.   

Comprehensive Study of Education

EDU903

13

I

12.   

Teacher Education

EDU905

14

I

13.   

Computing Techniques for Biomedical Research

EE903

15

I

14.   

Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements

EE905

16

I

15.   

Advanced Wireless Communication

EE907

17

I

16.   

Digital Image Processing

EE909

18

I

17.   

Indian Writing in English

ENG903

19

I

18.   

Literary Criticism and Critical Approaches

ENG905

20

I

19.   

Tests and Measurements & Research Method

PED903

21

I

20.   

Sports Psychology

PED905

22-23

I

21.   

Exercise Physiology

PED907

24-25

I

22.   

Sports Anthropometry

PED909

26

I

23.   

Punjabi-I (pMjwbI swihq dw ieiqhws)

PBI903

27

I

24.   

Punjabi-II (AwDuink pMjwbI kwiv)

PBI905

28

I

25.   

Recent Trends in Commerce & Management

MNG903

29

I

26.   

Contemporary Issues in Finance and Accounting

MNG905

30

I

27.   

Contemporary Issues in Marketing Management

MNG907

31

I

28.   

Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management

MNG909

32

I

29.   

Research Techniques in Biological Sciences

ZOO903

33

I

30.   

General and Applied Entomology

ZOO905

34

I

31.   

Bioinstrumentation

BOT903

35

I

32.   

Plant Biochemistry                   

BOT905

36

I

33.   

Instrumentation in Lifesciences

EVS903

37

I

34.   

Basic and Applied Concepts in  Environmental Science

EVS905

38

I

35.   

History and Historical Method

HIS903

39

I

36.   

Indian History: Approaches and themes

HIS905

40

I

37.   

Application of Differential Equation  in Cosmology

MAT903

41

I

38.   

Statistical Techniques

MAT905

42

I

39.   

Lattice Dynamics

PHY903

43

I

40.   

Nuclear and Radiation Physics

PHY905

44

I

41.   

Phd- Review of Literature/ Seminar

RLS902

45

I

42.   

Big Data Analytics

CSA913

46

I

 

 

 

Course Scheme for Ph.D

S No.

Sub Code

Subject Name

Contact

Hour

(L:T:P)

Credits

(L:T:P)

Total

Contact

Hours

Total Credit

Hours

Paper-I (Compulsory for all)

1

RM901

Research Methodology

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Paper-II (Departmental I

2

 

Department Specific-I

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Paper-III (Departmental II)

3

 

Department Specific-II

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Paper-IV(Based on Paper II or III)

4

RLS902

Ph.D- Review of Literature and Seminar

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

 


Paper-II and III (Department Specific)

1

BT903

Biotechnology

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

2

BT905

Fermentation Technology

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Chemistry

3

CHM903

Macromolecular Science

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

4

CHM905

Advanced Spectroscopic and Instrumental Techniques

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Computer Applications /Computer Science & Engineering

6

CSA903

 Advances in Semantics Techniques     

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

7

CSA905

Digital Image Processing

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

8

CSA907

Advancements in Natural Language Processing

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

9

CSA909

     Cloud Computing

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

10

CSA911

      Network Security

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Education

11

EDU903

Comprehensive Study of Education

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

12

EDU905

 Teacher Education

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Electrical Engineering /Electronics and Communication Engineering

13

EE903

Computing Techniques for Biomedical Research

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

14

EE905

Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

15

EE907

Advanced Wireless Communication

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

16

EE909

Digital Image Processing

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

English

17

ENG903

Indian Writing in English

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

18

ENG905

Literary Criticism and Critical Approaches

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

 

Physical Education

19

PED903

Tests and Measurements & Research Method

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

20

PED905

Sports Psychology

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

21

PED907

Exercise Physiology

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

22

PED909

Sports Anthropometry

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Punjabi

23

PBI903

Punjabi-I (pMjwbI swihq dw ieiqhws)

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

24

PBI905

Punjabi-II (AwDuink pMjwbI kwiv)

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Commerce and Management

25

MNG903

Recent Trends in Commerce & Management

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

26

MNG905

Contemporary Issues in Finance and  Accounting

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

27

MNG907

Contemporary Issues in Marketing Management

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

28

MNG909

Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Zoology

29

ZOO903

Research Techniques in Biological Sciences

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

30

ZOO905

General and Applied Entomology

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Botany

31

BOT903

Bioinstrumentation

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

32

BOT905

Plant Biochemistry                   

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Environmental Sciences

33

EVS903

Instrumentation in Lifesciences

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

34

EVS905

Basic and Applied Concepts in  Environmental Science

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

History

35

HIS903

History and Historical Method

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

36

HIS905

Indian History: Approaches and themes

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Mathematics

37

MAT903

Application of Differential Equation  in Cosmology

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

38

MAT905

Statistical Techniques

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

Physics

39

PHY903

Lattice Dynamics

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4

40

PHY905

Nuclear and Radiation Physics

4:0:0

4:0:0

4

4


Paper-I (Compulsory for all)

Subject Code: RM901

Research Methodology

UNIT-I

Objectives and Types of Research: Motivation and objectives – research methods vs. Methodology. Types of research – Descriptive vs. Analytical, applied vs. Fundamental, Quantitative vs. Qualitative, and Conceptual vs. Empirical.

UNIT-II

Research Formulation: Defining and formulating the research problem - Selecting the problem - Necessity of defining the problem - Importance  of literature review in defining a problem – Literature review– Primary and secondary sources – reviews, treatise, monographs-patents – web as a source – searching the web - Critical literature review – Identifying gap areas from literature review - Development of working hypothesis.

UNIT-III

Research Design and Methods: Research design – Basic Principles- Need of research design –– Features of good design – Important concepts relating to research design – Observation and Facts. Prediction and Explanation. Developing a research plan. Data Collection and analysis: Execution of the research - observation and Collection of Data Analysis with Statistical Packages - Hypothesis-testing - Generalization and Interpretation.

UNIT-IV

Reporting and Thesis Writing – Structure and components of scientific reports - Types of report – Technical reports and thesis – Significance – Different steps in the preparation – Layout, structure and Language of typical reports – Illustrations and tables - Bibliography, referencing and footnotes – Oral presentation – Planning – Preparation – Practice – Making presentation – Use of visual aids - Importance of effective communication. Application of Results and Ethics - Copy right – royalty - Intellectual property rights and patent law –Plagiarism - Citation and acknowledgement.

Text/Reference Books:

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

 

An introduction to Research Methodology

Garg, B.L., Karadia, R., Agarwal, F. and Agarwal, U.K.

RBSA Publishers

 

Research Methodology: Methods and Techniques

Kothari, C.R.,

New Age International

 

Research Methodology

Sinha, S.C. and Dhiman, A.K

Ess Ess Publications

 

Research Methods: the concise knowledge base

Trochim, W.M.K

Atomic Dog Publishing

 

Law relating to patents, trade marks, copyright designs and geographical indications

Wadehra, B.L

Universal Law Publishing

 

Biotechnology

Paper-II (Departmental I)


Subject Code: BT903

Biotechnology

 

UNIT-I

Advanced Tools & Techniques Electrophoresis, HPLC, Microscopy, PCR, Biosensors: Types, Application of biosensor, Protein sequencing, DNA sequencing, Radioisotope Techniques

UNIT-II

Quantitative Data Analysis Measures of variability: Standard Deviation, Standard Error, Coefficient of Variation, Correlation and Regression, Test of Significant: t-test, chi-square test, Frequency distribution: Binomial and normal distribution

UNIT-III

Scientific Writing: An Insight into Research: Definition and basic concepts, objectives, significance and techniques of research, finding research materials – literature survey, compiling records. Definition and kinds of scientific documents – research paper, review paper, book reviews, theses, conference and project reports (for the scientific community and for funding agencies).Components of a research paper– the IMRAD system, title, authors and addresses, abstract, acknowledgements, references, tables and illustrations. Dealing with publishers – submission of manuscript, ordering reprints. Oral and poster presentation of research papers in conferences/symposia. Preparation and submission of research project proposals to funding agencies

UNIT-IV

Research Techniques: Enzyme assay, enzyme activity and specific activity determination. Cell disintegration and extraction techniques, separation of proteins by fractionation (ammonium sulphate, organic solvents). Ion exchange chromatography, molecular sieve chromatography, affinity chromatography, paper chromatography, thin layer chromatography, ultra-filtration, Ultracentrifugation. Gel electrophoresis, isoelectric focusing and immunoelectrophoresis, capillary electrophoresis, pulse field electrophoresis.

Text/Reference Books:

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

1.

Biostatistics: A foundation for Analysis in the Health Science

Wayne W. Daniel

Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics

2.

Introductory Statistics

Prem S. Mann

John Wiley and Sons

3.

Bioinformatics Methods and Applications Genomics, Proteomics, and Drug Discovery

Rastogi et al.

 

 

Introduction to Bioinformatics

Atwood, T. K. and Parry-Smith,

 

 

Protein Purification by Robert Scopes

Robert Scopes

Springer Publication

Biotechnology

Paper-III (Departmental II)

Subject Code: BT905

Fermentation Technology

 

UNIT-1

Medium formation & Raw material Isolation and screening of industrially useful microorganisms Strain Improvement Methods of measuring process variation   Control system    Computer application in fermentation technology

UNIT-2

Various Design and types of fermentors & Bioreactor; Aeration and agitation, oxygen transfer rate, heat control; Batch, fed-batch and continuous culture operations; Starter culture, its importance and preparation; Mass transfer bioprocess Scale up bioprocess

UNIT-3

Extraction and separation techniques; Cell disruption disintegration, Flocculation & Floatation, Filtration, Centrifugation, Distillation;   Enrichment of product by:  Thermal process, Membrane filtration and dialysis, Freeze concentration, Chromatographic methods, Purification: Crystallization and drying; Bioassay and fermentation economics

UNIT-4

Alcohol Fermentation Organic acids (Gluconic acid & Citric acid) Vitamins (Vit. B12)  Amino acids (Lysine & Glutamic acid) Single cell protein    Antibiotics (Penicillin & streptomycin) Enzyme (Amylase, Protease & lipase)

 

Text /Reference Book:

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

1.

Principles Of Fermentation Technology Paperback – 2008

 

by P F Stanbury Dr. A Whitaker (Author)

Elsevier; 2 edition (2008)

2.

Bioprocess Engineering Principles Paperback – 2009

 

by Pauli. M (Author)

Elsevier (2009)

3.

Bioprocess Engineering Principles Paperback – 2012

by Doran (Author)

 

Elsevier; Second edition (2012)

 

 

Chemistry

 

Paper-II (Departmental I)

Subject Code: CHM903

Macromolecular Science

Unit-I

Introduction: Basic concepts, nomenclature, Classification and characteristic of polymers, (tacticity, Monomers, repeat units, functionality), Effects of polymer structure on its physical,   chemical and mechanical properties, importance of polymers.

Polymerization Techniques: Types of polymerization, degree of polymerization, different types of initiators, polymerization in homogeneous and heterogeneous systems and Polymerization mechanisms i.e. free radical, cationic, anionic and co-ordination polymerization and their applications in different fields.

 

UNIT-II

Polymer Processing: Introduction to plastics, elastomers and fibers. Constituents of plastics – binders, fillers, dyes and pigments, plasticizers, lubricants and catalysts. Fabrication of plastic articles – casting, blowing, extrusion, lamination and moulding: cold moulding, compression moulding, injection moulding and transfer moulding.

Structure and  Properties: Morphology and order in crystalline polymers - configurations of polymer chains, crystallinity , stress-strain behaviour : strain – induced morphology, crystallization and melting, Thermal behaviour polymer structure-property relationship and polymer degradation.

 

UNIT-III

Polymer Characterization: Polydispersion: Average molecular weight concept - number, weight and viscosity average molecular weights. Various methods for the determination of molecular weights. Measurement of molecular weights - viscosity, light scattering, osmotic and ultracentrifugation methods. Analysis and testing of polymers – chemical analysis of polymers, spectroscopic methods, X- ray diffraction studies, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and atomic force microscopy (AFM). Thermal analysis of polymers – TGA/DTA/DTG, tensile strength. Fatigue, impact resistance, wear resistance, hardness and abrassion resistance.

 

UNIT-IV

Composites and Biocomposites: Introduction, classification, different types of reinforcing materials and their applications, failure modes, advantages and applications. Commercial Polymers: Polyethylene, Polyvinyl chloride, polyamides, polyesters, phenolic resins, epoxy resins and silicone polymers. Functional polymers - Fire retarding polymers and electrically conducting polymers.

Biopolymers: Introduction, types and their applications as bio-composites, polymers and biopolymers as biomaterials: contact lens, dental polymers, artificial heart, kidneys, skin and blood cells.

Chemical modification of biopolymers, their applications, Functionalized polymers as sustained drug delivery devices, controlled release of nutrients, water and insecticides / pesticides to plants and in water treatment technology.

 

Text/Reference Books

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

1

Physical chemistry of polymers

 A J Tager

 Mir Publishers

2

Textbook of Polymer Science, 3rd Edition

F.W. Billmeyer

Jr. Wiley-Intersciences

3

Thermal Methods of Analysis, Principles, Application and Problems,  1994.

J. Haines,

Blackie

Academic and Professional,

4

Principles of Instrumental Analysis, Fifth edition, ,1998.

Skoog, Holder, Nieman,

Thomson Books

5

Polymer Science and Technology, Plastics, Rubbers, Blends and Composites. 2nd Ed. 2002.

 Premamoy Ghosh

 Tata McGraw-Hill,

6

Polymer science , Ed 2008

V.R. Gowariker, N.V. Viswanathan and J. Sreedhar

 Wiley-

Eastern, Ed.

7

Advanced Polymer Chemistry, Ed. 2000.

 

Manas Chanda,

 Marcel Dekker

 

 


Chemistry

Paper-III (Departmental II)

Subject Code: CHM905

Advanced Spectroscopic and Instrumental Techniques

UNIT-I

Ultraviolet and Visible Spectroscopy : Various electronic transitions (185-800 nm), Beer- Lambert law, Factors affecting  electronic transitions, ultraviolet bands for carbonyl compounds, unsaturated carbonyl compounds, dienes, conjugated polyenes. Fieser-Woodward rules for conjugated dienes and carbonyl compounds, ultraviolet spectra of aromatic and heterocyclic compounds. PES and related spectroscopy. Application of UV spectroscopy in structure elucidation.

Infrared Spectroscopy: Principle and instrumentation, sample handling. Characteristic Vibrational frequencies of alkenes, alkynes, aromatic compounds, alcohols, ethers, phenols and amines. Detailed study of Vibrational frequencies of carbonyl compounds (ketones, aldehydes, esters, amides, acids, anhydrides, lactones, lactams and conjugated carbonyl compounds). Effect of hydrogen bonding and solvent effect on Vibrational frequencies, overtones, combination bands and Fermi resonance. FT-IR. Applications of IR spectroscopy.

 

UNIT-II

Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: General introduction and definition, Magnetic resonance- spin angular momentum, Larmor frequency, Relaxation time, NMR spectroscopy of proton and chemical shift, spin-spin interaction, shielding mechanism, chemical shift values and correlation for protons bonded to carbon (aliphatic, olefinic, aldehydic and aromatic) and other nuclei (alcohols, phenols, enols, carboxylic acids, amines, amides & mercapto), complex spin-spin interaction between two, three, four and five nuclei (first order spectra), chemical exchange, effect of deuteration, virtual coupling. Stereochemistry and hindered rotation, Karplus cruve-variation of coupling constant with dihedral angle. Simplification of complex spectra. Nuclear magnetic double resonance, contact shift reagents, solvent effects. Fourier transform technique, nuclear Overhauser effect (NOE). Resonance of other nuclei.

Carbon-13 NMR Spectroscopy: General considerations, chemical shift (aliphatic, olefinic, alkyne, aromatic, heteroaromatic and carbonyl carbon), coupling constants. Two dimension NMR spectroscopy – COSY, NOESY, DEPT, INEPT, APT and INADEQUATE techniques.

 

UNIT–III

Electron Spin Resonance spectroscopy: Introduction to ESR. Hyperfine and fine structure. Double resonance in ESR. Applications of ESR spectroscopy.

Modern Methods of Surfaces Analysis: Basic principle, Instrumentation and applications of SEM, TEM, STM, AFM, XRD.

 

UNIT–IV

 Mass Spectroscopy: Introduction, Ion production & detection – El, Cl, FD and FAB, factors affecting fragmentation, ion analysis, ion abundance. Molecular ion peak, metastable peak, McLafferty rearrangement. Nitrogen rule. Mass spectral fragmentation of organic compounds, common functional groups, High resolution mass spectroscopy. Examples of mass spectral fragmentation of organic compounds with respect of their structure determination, MALDI, APCI & GSI.

Thermo Analysis : Basic principle ,Instrumentation  and applications, methodology for thermo gravimetric analysis (TGA), differential thermal analysis (DTA) and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), Thermometric titrations

 

Text/ Reference Books

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

1

Spectroscopy of organic Compounds.

P.S. Kalsi,

New age International Pvt Ltd.

2

Handbook of Molecular spectroscopy, 2015

D.N. Sathyanarayana

 I K International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.

3

Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy.

C.N Banwell,

McGraw-Hill Education (India) Pvt Limited, 1994

4

Principles of Instrumental Analysis, Fifth edition, ,1998.

Skoog, Holder, Nieman

Thomson Books

5

Organic Spectroscopy.

W. Kemp

Macmillan; 2nd edition (1987);

6

Spectroscopic Methods in Organic Chemistry, 1994.

 

D. H. Williams and I. Flemings,

Tata McGraw-Hill Publication,

7

Organic Spectroscopy: Principles and Applications

Jag Mohan 

Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay, 1 992.

8

Inorganic Electronic Spectroscopy

A.B.P. Lever

Elsevier

9

Thermal Methods of Analysis, Principles, Application and Problems,  1994.

J. Haines,

Blackie Academic and Professional,

10

Instrumental Methods of  analysis, 1986.

 

Willard, Merritt, Dean and Settle,

 CBS Publisher

11

Basic Concepts of Analytical Chemistry

S. M. Khopkar

 Wiley Eastern

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Computer Applications/ Computer Science & Engineering

Paper-II (Departmental I)

Subject Code:CSA903

Advances in Semantics Techniques

 

UNIT-I

Semantic Web & Agent Technology: Ontology Engineering, Web Ontology Language (OWL), Architecture and Applications, Knowledge Acquisition, SWRL, (Semantic Web Rule Language), Semantic Web Services.

Multi-Agent System (MAS): Agent Communication Language (ACL), FIPA, Contract Net Protocol (CNP), Knowledge Query Manipulation Language (KQML), Swarm Intelligent, Java Agent Development Environment (JADE).                                                                    

UNIT-II

Word Sense Disambiguation (WSD): Introduction of Ambiguity, WordNet, ConceptNet, ImageNet, NLP Applications and WSD, Knowledge-Based WSD Algorithm, Supervised Corpus and Unsupervised Corpus Based Methods for WSD.                                                       

UNIT-III

Web Mining: Web Content Mining (WCM), Web Structure Mining (WSM), Web Usage Mining (WUM), Semantic Web Mining (SWM), Data Mining, Text Mining, PageRank Algorithm, Web Personalization, Sentiment Analysis.                                                             

UNIT- IV

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP): Introduction & Applications, Difference between Natural Language Processing and Neuro Linguistic Programming, Semantic Relatedness Algorithm, Semantic Similarity Algorithm, Semantic Distance Algorithm, Semantic Network.

          

Text/Reference Books:

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

1.       

Semantic Web for the Working Ontologist

Dean Allemang and James Hendler

Elsevier

2.       

Semantic Web

K. Breitman, W. Truszkowsarco, A. Casanova

Springer Customer Service Center Gmbh

3.       

Foundations of Semantic Web Technologies

Pascal Hitzler, Markus Krotzsch, Sebastian Rudolph

Taylor & Francis

4.       

Word Sense Disambiguation Algorithms and Applications

Agirre, Eneko, Edmonds, Philip

Springer Netherlands

5.       

Web Mining: Applications and Techniques

Anthony Scime

IGI Publishing


 Computer Applications /Computer Science & Engineering

Paper-II (Departmental I)




Subject Code: CSA905

Digital Image Processing

UNIT-I

Digital Image Fundamentals: Elements of digital image processing systems, Vidicon and Digital Camera working principles, Elements of visual perception, brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, mach band effect, Color image fundamentals - RGB, HSI models, Image sampling, Quantization, dither, Two-dimensional mathematical preliminaries, 2D transforms - DFT, DCT, KLT, SVD.

UNIT-II

Image Enhancement: Histogram equalization and specification techniques, Noise distributions, Spatial averaging, Directional Smoothing, Median, Geometric mean, Harmonic mean, Contraharmonic mean filters, Homomorphic filtering, Color image enhancement.

UNIT-III

Image Restoration: Image Restoration - degradation model, Unconstrained restoration - Lagrange multiplier and Constrained restoration, Inverse filtering-removal of blur caused by uniform linear motion, Wiener filtering, Geometric transformations-spatial transformations.

UNIT-IV

Image Segmentation: Edge detection, Edge linking via Hough transform Thresholding - Region based segmentation Region growing – Region splitting and Merging Segmentation by morphologica watersheds –   basi concepts    Da constructio Watershed segmentation algorithm.

Text/References book:

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

1.       

Digital Image Processing'

Rafael C. Gonzalez, Richard E. Woods

Pearson, Second Edition

2.       

Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing'

Anil K. Jain

Pearson 2002

3.       

Digital Image Processing

Kenneth R. Castleman

Pearson, 2006.

4.       

Multidimensional Digital Signal Processing'

D,E. Dudgeon and RM. Mersereau

Prentice Hall

5.       

Digital Image Processing

William K. Pratt,

John Wiley, New York

6.       

'Image Processing, Analysis and Machine Vision', Brookes/Cole

Milan Sonka et aI

Vikas Publishing House

 

 

 

 

 

Computer Applications/ Computer Science & Engineering

Paper-III (Departmental II)

Subject Code:CSA907

Advancements in Natural Language Processing

UNIT-I

Basics of NLP: Introduction, Application of Natural Language, Various areas of NLP

Understanding NLP Models: Identifying the task, selecting a Model, Building and training a Model, Verifying the Model, Using the Model.

Understanding Part of Speech or Text Processing: Tokenization, Sentence segmentation or Splitting, Normalization.

UNIT-II

POS Tagging: Introduction, Word Classes, Rule Based POS, Stochastic POS, Markov assumption, Markov chain, HMM Tagging, Issues of Ambiguity, Multiple tags, Multiple words and unknown words.

Words and Word Forms : Morphology fundamentals; Morphological Diversity of Indian Languages; Morphology Paradigms; Finite State Machine Based Morphology; Automatic Morphology Learning; Shallow Parsing; Named Entities; Maximum Entropy Models; Random Fields.

UNIT-III

Semantics: Introduction, Semantical Analysis, Lexical Semantics.

Machine Translation: Introduction, Different methods of MT.

Speech Processing: Issues in Speech Recognition, the Sound Structure of Language, Signal

Processing, Speech Recognition, Prosody and Intonation.

UNIT-IV

Structures: Theories of Parsing, Parsing Algorithms; Robust and Scalable Parsing on Noisy Text as in Web documents; Hybrid of Rule Based and Probabilistic Parsing; Scope Ambiguity and Attachment Ambiguity resolution.

Text/Reference Books:

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

1.       

Speech and Language Processing

D. Jurafsky and J. Martin

Pearson Education

2.       

Natural Language Understanding

James Allen

Pearson Education

3.       

Natural Language processing: A Paninian Perspective

Bharati A., Chaitanya V and Sangal R,

Prentice Hall of India

Computer Applications/Computer Science & Engineering

Paper-III (Departmental II)

Subject Code:CSA909

Cloud Computing

 

UNIT-I

Cloud Computing Basics, History of Cloud Computing, Importance, Characteristics of Cloud Computing, Pros & Cons of Cloud Computing Migration into the cloud, Benefits of Cloud, Payment Procedure

UNIT-II

    Types of Cloud: Public Cloud, Private Cloud, Difference between public & private cloud, Status of Cloud Computing in India, Cloud Service Models, Cloud Computing Data Backup & Recovery.

UNIT- III

Cloud Computing Logical Architecture, Developing Holistic Cloud Computing Reference Model,

Virtualization types, Virtualization applications, Pitfalls of Virtualization, CPU virtualization

UNIT -IV

DAS, SAN, NAS, Cloud Storage, Cloud Computing Risks, Cloud Digital Persona and Data Security, Cloud Tools, Cloud Applications, Future Trends, Mobile Cloud, Jungle Computing, Big data-features and applications

.

Text/Reference Books:

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

1.       

Cloud Computing Bible

Sosinsky B

Wiley India

2.       

Cloud Computing : Principles and Paradigm

Buyya R., Broberg J., Goscinski A

John Wiley & Sons

3.       

Cloud Computing – A practical Approach

Velte T., Velte A., Elsenpeter R

Tata McGrawHill

4.       

Cloud Computing and SOA Convergence in Enterprise

Linthicium D

Pearson Education India

5.       

Cloud Computing: Web Based Applications that Change the Way You Work and Collaborate Onlin

Miller Michael

Pearson Education India

 

 

 

 

Computer Applications/Computer Science & Engineering

Paper-III (Departmental II)

Subject Code:CSA911

Network Security

 

UNIT-I

Introduction to Ipv6: Basic Protocol, extensions and options, support for QoS, security, etc., neighbor discovery, auto configuration, routing. Changes to other protocols. Application Programming Interface for IPV6.

UNIT-II

Security Trends – Attacks and services, Classical crypto systems, Different types of ciphers, LFSR sequences, Basic Number theory, Congruences, Chinese Remainder theorem, Modular exponentiation, Fermat and Euler's theorem, Legendre and Jacobi symbols, Finite fields, continued fractions.

UNIT-III

Simple DES – Differential cryptanalysis, DES - Modes of operation, Triple DES, AES, RC4, RSA, Attacks, Primarily test, Factoring.

Discrete Logarithms – Computing discrete logs, Diffie-Hellman key exchange, ElGamal Public key cryptosystems, Hash functions, Secure Hash, Birthday attacks, MD5, Digital signatures, RSA, ElGamal, DSA, Unwanted traffic: denial of service attacks.

UNIT-IV

Authentication applications – Kerberos, X.509, PKI, Electronic Mail security, PGP, S/MIME, IP security, Web Security, SSL, TLS, SET.

Cryptography : Plain text and Cipher Text, Substitution techniques, Caesar Cipher, Mono-alphabetic Cipher, Polygram, Polyalphabetic Substitution, Playfair, Hill Cipher, Transposition techniques, Encryption and Decryption, Symmetric and Asymmetric Key Cryptography, Steganography, Key Range and Key Size, Possible Types of Attacks

Text/Reference Books

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

1

Cryptography And Network Security - Principles and Practices

William Stallings

Prentice Hall of

India pvt.ltd. New Delhi

2

Cryptography and Network Security

Atul Kahate

Tata Mc-Graw Hill

3

Computer Networks

A.S Tanenbaum

Pearson

 

 

Education

Paper-II (Departmental I)

 

Subject Code:EDU903

Comprehensive Study of Education

UNIT-I

Modern Concept of Education: Meaning, nature of education, Factors of education, Characteristics of education, Types of education, Scope of education, Importance of education, Functions of education, Aims of education. Education as a Field of Study: empirical, interpretive and critical; Critical appraisal of education as discipline; Linking understanding about education drawn from various disciplines like philosophy, sociology, psychology and management with school and classroom practices.

UNIT-II

Pedagogy and Andragogy: Meaning of pedagogy & andragogy, Critical analysis of the pedagogy prescribed in the educational thoughts of Rabinderanath Tagore, Sri Aurobindo, John Dewey and Rousseau and their relevance in contemporary teaching-learning. Critical analysis of the pedagogy prescribed in the educational thoughts of Idealism, Realism, Naturalism and Pragmatism and their relevance in contemporary teaching-learning.

UNIT-III

Education and Social Change: Meaning of Social change, Social change and cultural change, forms of social change, Nature of social change, factors of social change, Methods of social change, Factors resisting social change Role of education, teacher and school in social change, Modernization, Globalization and privatization of education.

UNIT-IV

Universalisation of Education: Universalisation of Elementary Education- Meaning, Problems, Need, Expansion of elementary education and efforts of government for equality of education. Universalisation of Secondary Education:  Vision, Justification / reasons   for expanding secondary education, principles and norms for universalisation of secondary education. Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan – Meaning, goals, strategies and interventions with special emphasis on target groups. RTE Act- 2009 and its implications.

 

Text/Reference Books:

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

1.       

A Comprehensive Study of Education

S. Samuel Ravi

Prentice Hall of India

2.       

Modern Philosophies of Education

John S.

Tata McGraw Hill

3.       

Theory & Principles of Education

Aggarwal, J.C

Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd

 


Education

Paper-III (Departmental II)

 

Subject Code:EDU905

Teacher Education

UNIT-I

Teacher education—meaning, historical perspectives-Ancient period, Buddhist period, Muslim period, British period and Post-Independence period affective teacher education and competency based teacher education, types of teacher education—in-service, pre-service, distance, Recent trends in research on teacher education. Aims and objectives of teacher education at different levels—elementary, secondary, and college level

UNIT-II

 

Policy perspectives on teacher education:  University Education Commissions, Secondary Education Commissions, Indian Education Commissions, New Education Policy, Revised Education Policy, Educational Organizational in India (UGC, NAAC, NCTE, NCERT, SCERT, DIET).

UNIT-III

 

Innovations in teacher education: teacher controlled instruction, learner controlled instruction, group controlled instruction—meaning, nature and strategies, Teacher education and teacher freezingness, Evaluation mechanisms in teacher education, Competency based teacher education, types of teacher education—in-service, pre-service, distance; recent trends in research on teacher education. Teacher education and teacher freezingness, Evaluation mechanisms in teacher education

UNIT-IV

 

Curriculum development: Construction and development of curriculum on teacher education—meaning, importance and principles, NCF for Teacher Education, 2009, Comparative analysis of curriculum implemented by Govt, aided and private teacher education institutions, Curriculum Evaluation- meaning, characteristics of curriculum evaluation, methods and models curriculum evaluation , Teaching as a profession, Professional development and faculty training programme for teacher education, performance appraisal

 

Text/Reference Books:

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

1.       

Teacher Education

Saxena, N. R. , Mishra,  B. K. & Mohanty, R. K

R.Lall:Meerut

2.       

Teacher Education- Principles, Theories and Practices

Sharma, S. P

Kanishka Pub.:New Delhi

3.       

Principles and Practices of Teacher Education

Janardan Prasad

Kanishka Pub.:New Delhi

4.       

Teacher Education

Mohanty,  J

Deep and Deep Publication: Delhi

 


Electrical Engineering/ Electronics and Communication Engineering

Paper-II (Departmental I)



         Subject Code:EE903

Computing Techniques for Biomedical Research

Unit-I

Biostatistics: Introduction and scope of biostatistics, population and sample, types of data and methods of data collection, measures of central tendency: computation of mean, median and mode from grouped and ungrouped data, measure of dispersion: computation of variance, standard deviation, standard error and their coefficients, probability rules, binomial, poison and normal distribution, hypothesis testing: student’s t test, chi-square test, analysis of variance, correlation and regression.  

Unit-II

Neuro-Fuzzy Modeling: Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic, Fuzzy Neuron, Fuzzy Perceptron, Fuzzy classification Networks using Back propagation, Fuzzy Neural Inference System, Fuzzy Adaptive Resonance Theory, Fuzzy Associative Memory, Neural-Fuzzy Systems, Neuro Fuzzy Evolutionary Integration.

Unit-III

Genetic Algorithms: Biological background of Genetic Algorithms; Simple Genetic Algorithm, Chromosome representations; crossover operations; Mutation operations, Operational Rates; concept of exploration and exploitation , Selection Schemes; Fitness function design; Population size; Replacement Schemes; Parameter tuning and control, Convergence of algorithm, Application of Genetic Algorithms.

Unit-IV

Artificial Neural Networks: Introduction to Biological Neuron, Architecture, Learning: Supervised and Unsupervised, Back-propagation and Feed-forward Networks, Perceptron, Adaline, Back-propagation Multilayer Perceptrons, Back-propagation Learning Rule, Methods of Speeding, Radial Basis Function Networks, Support Vector Machine. Competitive Learning Networks, Kohonen self-organizing networks, The Hopfield Network.                                    

Text/Reference Books:

Sr. No.

Name

Author(s)

Publisher

1.

Neural Networks

Satish Kumar

TMH

2.

Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic: Theory and Applications

George J, Bo Yuan

PHI

3.

Genetic Algorithms: Concepts and Designs

Man and Kwong

Springer Verlag

4.

Statistics for Biologists

Campbell, R.C. 

Cambridge University Press

Electrical Engineering/ Electronics and Communication Engineering

Paper-III (Departmental II)

Subject Code:EE905

Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements

 

 

UNIT-I

Human Body Subsystems: -Brief description of neuronal, muscular, cardiovascular and respiratory systems, their electrical, mechanical and chemical activities.

Biomedical Sensors:- Principle and classification of transducers for biomedical applications, electrode theory different types of electrodes, selection criteria for transduces and electrodes.

UNIT-II

Measurement and Recording of Bioelectric Signals:- Electrocardiogram (ECG), Electromyogram (EMG), Electroencephalogram (EEG), Electro-retinogram (ERG), Electro-occulogram (EOG) and instruments for picking up and reproducing bioelectric signals, specific design characteristics, sources of noise and its removal. 

UNIT-III

Measurement and Recording of Non-Electric Signals:-Measurement and recording of pressure, temperature, respiration rate, pulse rate and blood flow.  Electromagnetic blood flow meter, thermography, pH measurements, gas analysis, ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate) measurement, plethysmograph, X-Ray, tonometer and dialysis. Ultrasonics and echoencephalography radiography imaging isotopes and nuclear medicine.

UNIT-IV

 

 

Biotelemetry:-Physiological parameters adaptable to bio-telemetry, Components of a biotelemetry system, Implantable units, Applications of telemetry system in patient care. Introduction to Telemedicine:- Telemedicine System’s classification, input and output peripherals, Characteristic of available transmission media, introduction to communication system for telemedicine. Medical image format standards, introduction to DICOM and PACs technologies various image compression techniques, loss less and lossy image compression for biomedical application. Telemedicine and law, confidentiality of telemedicine records, security in medical methods.

Text/Reference Books:

S. No.

Name

Author(s)

Publisher

1

Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation

Khandpur R. S.

TMH Publication

2

Biomedical Instrumentation

Pratt Cromwell

Prentice Hall

3

Medical Instrumentation, Applications &Design

Webster John G

John Wiley

4

Principles of Applied Biomedical Instrumentation

Geddes, Baker

John Wiley

 

 

Electrical Engineering/ Electronics and Communication Engineering

 Paper-III (Departmental II)

         Subject Code:EE907

Advanced Wireless Communication

UNIT-I

 Introduction: Fundamentals of Wireless communications, Cellular communication from 1G to 3G, Teletraffic engineering: Introduction, Service Level, Traffic usage, Traffic measurement units, GSM and CDMA 2000 Evolution: Wide area networks , GSM evolution for Data, 3G wireless systems, UMTS network reference architecture – Evolution, WCDMA – Evolution, Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), WAP and WWW, The WAP programming model, Architecture, Wireless Personal Area Network : WLAN and Wi-MAX

UNIT-II

Mobile fundaments: Multiple access techniques: frequency division multiple access (FDMA), time division multiple access (TDMA), code division multiple access (CDMA), space division multiple access (SDMA) - Space-time processing: multiple antenna techniques, diversity and multiplexing gains, multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems. Mobile radio channels - Pathloss, large-scale fading, small-scale fading; Power budge of mobile links - Doppler spread and coherent time, delay spread and coherent bandwith; flat fading and frequency selective fading.

Mobile management and Security in wireless networks: Mobile management functions, Security in GSM, GPRS and UMTS, Data Security, Mobile network and transport layer, transmission control protocol/Internet protocol suite in Internet, Network layer in the internet, , Mobile IP and Session Initiation Protocol

UNIT-III

MIMO Technology: Introduction and fundamentals, diversity and multiplexing gains, beamforming gain, SDMA based multi user system - Vertical Bell Lab layered space-time (V-BLAST), space-time block codes (STBCs), Linear dispersion codes (LDCs), spatial modulation (SM) and space-shift keying (SSK), and spacetime shift keying (STSK) - A unified MIMO - Acquisition of MIMO channel state information (CSI). Existing and future wireless systems and standards - 1G system, 2G system, 3G system, and 4G system. - Beyond 4G system, massive MIMO, millimeter wave communication, optical wireless.

UNIT-IV

 Space Time Codes: Space Time Block Codes:  Alamoti Space Time Code – Maximum Likelihood Decoding Maximum Ratio Combining. Transmit Diversity Space Time Block Codes For Real Signal Constellation And Complex Signal Constellation - Decoding Of STBC.

Space Time Trellis Codes: Space Time Coded Systems, Space Time Code Word Design Criteria, Design Of Space Time T C On Slow Fading Channels, Design Of Sttc On Fast Fading Channels, Performance analysis in slow and fast fading channels, effect of imperfect channel estimation and Antenna correlation on performance, comparison of STBC & STTC.

Practical channel coding schemes - The fundamentals of forward error correction (FEC) coding, convolutional coding, linear block coding, hard-decision channel decoding, soft-decision channel decoding - Turbo principle, turbo coding, turbo decoding-detection, near-capacity three-stage concatenated turbo transceiver.

Text/Reference Books:

S.No.

Name

Author(s)

Publisher

1

Advanced Wireless Communications and Networking

Dr. Vijay. K Garg

MK Publishers

2

Wireless Communication

William Rappaport

Pearson

3

Fundamentals of Wireless Communication

David and Viswanath

Cambridge University Press

4

Space-time codes and MIMO systems

Mohinder Jankiraman

Artech House

5

Introduction of space time wireless communication systems

Paulraj Rohit Nabar, Dhananjay Gore

Cambridge University Press

Electrical Engineering/ Electronics and Communication Engineering

Paper-III (Departmental II)




Subject Code: EE909

Digital Image Processing

UNIT-I

Digital Image Fundamentals: Elements of digital image processing systems, Vidicon and Digital Camera working principles, Elements of visual perception, brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, mach band effect, Color image fundamentals - RGB, HSI models, Image sampling, Quantization, dither, Two-dimensional mathematical preliminaries, 2D transforms - DFT, DCT, KLT, SVD.

UNIT-II

Image Enhancement: Histogram equalization and specification techniques, Noise distributions, Spatial averaging, Directional Smoothing, Median, Geometric mean, Harmonic mean, Contraharmonic mean filters, Homomorphic filtering, Color image enhancement.

UNIT-III

Image Restoration: Image Restoration - degradation model, Unconstrained restoration - Lagrange multiplier and Constrained restoration, Inverse filtering-removal of blur caused by uniform linear motion, Wiener filtering, Geometric transformations-spatial transformations.

UNIT-IV

Image Segmentation: Edge detection, Edge linking via Hough transform Thresholding - Region based segmentation Region growing – Region splitting and Merging Segmentation by morphologica watersheds –   basi concepts    Da constructio Watershed segmentation algorithm.

Text/References book:

S. No

Name

Author(S)

Publisher

1.       

Digital Image Processing'

Rafael C. Gonzalez, Richard E. Woods

Pearson, Second Edition

2.       

Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing'

Anil K. Jain

Pearson 2002

3.       

Digital Image Processing

Kenneth R. Castleman

Pearson, 2006.

4.       

Multidimensional Digital Signal Processing'

D,E. Dudgeon and RM. Mersereau

Prentice Hall

5.       

Digital Image Processing

William K. Pratt,

John Wiley, New York

6.       

'Image Processing, Analysis and Machine Vision', Brookes/Cole

Milan Sonka et aI

Vikas Publishing House

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

Paper-II (Departmental I)

Subject Code:ENG903

Indian Writing in English

 

UNIT-I

Post- colonial literature: Major characteristics.

UNIT-II

Social and moral aspects of life in the Indian novels in English, with particular reference to R.K. Narayan, Mulk Raj Anand and women novelists.

UNIT-III

Feminist perspectives in the novels of women novelists , with special reference to Kamala Das, Anita Desai, Kiran Desai, Shobha Dey and Arundhati Roy.

UNIT-IV

Major trends in the Indian English poetry, with special reference to Nissim Ezekiel, A. K. Ramanujan and Jayant Mahapatra.

Text/Reference Books:

S. No.

Name

Author(s)

Publisher

1.

Three Indian Poets

King, Bruce Alvin

Oxford University

2.

Indian Writing In English

Bijender Singh

 

3.

Indian Writing in English Revised

 

Lyenger K R Srinivas

4.

A Critical Appreciation

Walash,Willam R.K. Narayan

Heinemann,London

5.

The Short Stories of R.K. Narayan

Percy D. Westbrook

 

6.

Chakravarty Joya(ed)

 

 

7.

Indian Literature in English

Murali Sivaramakrishnan

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

Paper-III (Departmental II)

Subject Code:ENG905

Literary Criticism and Critical Approaches

Unit-I

Critical concepts and perspective: Affective fallacy Hermeneutics and interpretation Allegory , Ideology , Aporia  , Intentional fallacy , Binary opposition , Motif and Theme Carnival , Patriarchy . Contradiction, Readerly/Writerly , Conventions  , Semiotics Desire  , Structure . Discourse  , Syntax , Empathy and Sympathy   , Text Form and Conent  , Feminist Criticism , F.R. Leavis and Twentieth Century British Criticism Marxist Criticism , Narratology , New Historicism , Phenomenological Criticism  , Psychoanalytic Criticism , Reader Response Criticism  , Russian Formalism

Structuralism, Post-Structuralism

UNIT-II

Roland Barthes: “The Death of the Author” from Roland  Barthes, Image, Music, Text Also in David Lodge (ed.) Modern

Raymond Williams: “Base and Superstructure”; and “Dominant, Residual and Emergent.” From Raymond Williams, Marxism & Literature

UNIT–III

The following two excerpts from The Postcolonial Studies Reader edited by Ashcroft, Griffiths, and Tiffin (Routledge 1995)

i) Gayatri Spivak: “Can the Subaltern Speak”, 24-28.

ii) Edward Said: “Orientalism”, 87-91.

UNIT–IV

Elaine Showlter : "Feminist Criticism in the Wilderness" in David Lodge (ed.) Modern Criticism and Theory: A Reader (London and New York: Longman, 1988): 331-53.

Helene Cixous : "Castration or Decapitation" (The Prescribed essays can be found in the anthology named " Contemporary literary criticism- Literary and Cultural Studies, eds.

Robert con Davis and Ronald Schleiper, Longman New York, 1989

Text/Reference Books

S. No

Author(S)

Title

Publisher

1.       

Wilfred L. Guerin

A Handbook of Critical Approaches to Literature 

Oxford University Press

2.       

Robyn R. Warhol

Feminisms: An Anthology of Literary Theory and Criticism 

Rutgers University Press

3.       

David Mikics

A New Handbook of Literary Terms 

Oxford University Press

4.       

M.S. Nagarajan

English Literary Criticism and Theory

Orient BlackSwan

5.       

Jerilyn Fisher and Ellen S. Silber 

Women in Literature: Reading Through The Lens Of Gender

Westport, Conn. Greenwood Press

6.       

Mary Eagleton

Feminist Literary Theory: A Reader 

Wiley-Blackwell

 

Physical Education

Paper-II (Departmental I)

Subject Code:PED903

Tests and Measurements & Research Method

UNIT- I

Meaning and definition of Tests, Measurement and Evaluation, Place of Measurement and Evaluation in Sports, Trends in Measurement and Evaluation in Sports,  Characteristics of Measurement, Reliability and Methods to establish Reliability, Validity, its types and Methods to establish Validity, Economy, Test Construction, Organization and Administration

UNIT- II

Common types of Norms and their Characteristics, Criteria for Development of  Norms, Use of  Norms, Grades, Considerations in the Assignments of Grades, Norm Referenced Grading System, Normal Curve, Natural Break Method, Criterion Referenced Grading System.

UNIT – III

Importance and meaning of Research - Research in our civilization – An overview and historical concepts.  Definition and characteristics of Research, different steps in Research, formation of Hypothesis, Qualities of workable hypothesis, Research in Physical Education, Present status: Need for research training,  The Research Problem - General Introduction : Location of problem : Criteria in selecting a problem: Definition and delimitation problems- Limitations, Delimitation; Evolving the problem statement; the basic purpose and method of research; Basic Versus Applied Research; the field of knowledge in physical education, Literature Search  - General Introduction : Need to survey related literature: major sources of literature.  Critical literature and applied literature; justification and understanding of tests used; Library Sources- Bibliographics and Indexes and abstracts. Library reading working bibliography, card system, classification, skimming and obstructing.

UNIT – IV

 Survey and Case StudiesGeneral Introduction: Board survey by questionnaire type of                  information, status, studies, expert opinion, construction of the questionnaire, appearance of questionnaire, development initial writing, trial run tabulation, rewriting; the sample, aids to     response, interview survey characteristics of the interview, the interview; sampling process, testing techniques, subject motivation, analysis of data; case studies and profiles (Collection of data). Laboratory and Experimental Research - Experimental methods, control of experimental factors, experimental designs, sampling, and instruments/tests. Writing of Research/Review Reports - Thesis-Paper writing,Use of Sources, tables, figures, footnotes, bibliography.

Text/Reference Books:

S. No.

Name

Author(s)

Publisher

1.       

Rosemary A Practical Approach to Measreuemt in Physical Education

Barrow M: Hareld and Me Ghee

Philadelphia Lea nad Febhiger

2.       

Measrement and Evaluation in Physical Fitness and Sports

Bosco S. James and Gustafson F. William

Englewood Cliffs, Prentice Hall

3.       

Application of Measurement to Physical Education

Clarks, H. David and Clarke Hanson. H.

Englewood Cliffs. Prentice Hall Inc

4.       

Research Method in Health, Physical Eduction and Recreatio

Hubbard W. Alfred

Association of Health Physical and Recreation.

                                                 Physical Education

Paper-III (Departmental II)

Subject Code:PED905

Sports Psychology

UNIT – I

Sport Psychology as an applied branch of Psychology., Write about the dimensions of Human behavior. Name the methods Definition and concept of Sports Psychology, of assessing sports behavior, Factor of developing sports psychology in India and all over the world, Which are the current concerns and future directions in Sport Psychology.

Psychology of Motor Learning, Concept of and its definitions, The concept of motor learning: Psycho motor and perceptual motor learning, What are the stages in acquisition of motor skills, Definition of Primary and secondary laws of learning, How many Factors ,which are  affect the motor learning, What is the transfer of training, how many its types and its application in sports?, Measurement of motor learning and define the term learning curves. Define plateau, its phenomena  in motor learning, its causes and remedies.

Cognitive Processes in Sports: What is the meaning and mechanism of cognitive processes?. Define the terms sensation, perception, thinking, attention, concentration, intelligence and decision making and their role in sports, Techniques of cognitive control and cognitive behavior modifications

UNIT - II

Emotional processes in Sports: Meaning and behavioral manifestations of emotion,  Emotions in psycho psychology, Theories of arousal and its  applications in sports, Anxiety, pre competition anxiety its assessment and remedies.

Psychology of Peak Performance: Goal setting and motivation., Various psychological , explanations of sports motivation, Types of motivation – Intrinsic v/s Extrinsic, Achievement motivation and    achievement goal orientation, Maslo