Academics

The decade 1990-2000 witnessed application oriented education in Home Science, to transform the role of students from job seekers to job providers, keeping in view the fast changing demands of the community. This decade laid a foundation for many educational reforms like Rural Home Science Work Experience Programme (RHWEP) in villages, skill and entrepreneurial oriented teaching, four year duration for UG Programme, computer aided learning and internship in respective reputed institutions for hands-on training and the faculty experienced and projected a Mission – Oriented zeal and commitment to work. The academic programme is further strengthened by introducing Experiential Learning, which is oriented towards marketing skills and resource generation, framing Home Science as a leading professional Hons. Degree.

UG programmes

  1. B.Sc. (Hons) Community Science (5th Deans)
    Course Outline
  2. B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science (4th Deans)
  3. B.Sc. (Hons.) Fashion Technology (4th Deans)
  4. B.Sc.(Hons.)Food Science  & Nutrition (4th Deans)
PG programmes
M.Sc. programmes
Ph.D programmes

 

B.Sc. (Hons) Community Science

Course No. Course Title Credit Hours
I SEMESTER
CSBC 111 General English – I 2 (1+1)
FDNT 111 Principles of Human Nutrition 3(3+0)
APTX 111 Textile Science and Fabric Care 3(2+1)
RMCS 111 Fundamentals of Art and Design 3(2+1)
HDFS 111 Fundamentals of Human Development 2(2+0)
CSBC 112 Introduction to Rural Sociology 2(2+0)
CSBC 113 Environmental Studies and Disaster Management 3(2+1)
CSBC 114 National Services Scheme 2(0+2)
CSBC 115 Physical education/ yoga 1 ( 0+1)
  Total 21(14+7)
II SEMESTER
CSBC 121 Technical Writing (English) 2 (1+1)
FDNT 121 Food Science and Processing 3(2+1)
APTX 121 Fundamentals of Clothing Construction 3(1+2)
RMCS121 System Dynamics and Management of Resources 2(1+1)
HDFS 121 Life-Span Development 3(2+1)
EECM 121 Extension and Rural Development 3(2+1)
CSBC 122 Principles of Biochemistry 3(2+1)
CSBC 123 Agricultural Informatics 3(1+2)
  Total 22 (12+10)
III SEMESTER
FDNT 211 Community Nutrition and Education 3(2+1)
FDNT 212 Food and Nutrition Policy and Agriculture 2 (2+0)
APTX  211 Techniques of Fabric Construction 3(1+2)
RMCS  211 Financial Management and Consumer Education 2(2+0)
HDFS  211 Marriage and Family Dynamics 3(2+1)
EECM  211 Women in Agriculture 3(2+1)
CSBC 211 Elementary Statistics 3(2+1)
CSBC 212 Fundamentals of Food Microbiology 3(2+1)
  Total 22(15+7)
IV SEMESTER
FDNT  221 Normal and Therapeutic Nutrition 4(3+1)
FDNT  222 Food Standards and Quality Control 3(2+1)
APTX   221 Textiles Finishes 2(1+1)
RMCS  221 Housing and Space Management 3(2+1)
RMCS 222 Ergonomics and Appropriate Technologies 2(1+1)
HDFS  221 Developmental Challenges in Children 3(2+1)
EECM 221 Extension Training Management 3(1+2)
CSBC 221 Communication Skills and Personality Development 3(2+1)
  Total 23(14+9)
V SEMESTER
FDNT  311 Food Hygiene and Sanitation 2(1+1)
FDNT  312 Food Analysis 3(1+2 )
APTX  311 Garment and Accessory Designing 3(0+3)
APTX  312 Retailing and Merchandizing- Textiles and Apparel 2(2+0)
RMCS 311 Residential and Commercial Space Design 3(2+1)
HDFS  311 Family Counseling and Welfare 3(2+1)
EECM  311 Project Management 2(1+1)
CSBC 311 Economics and Marketing 3(2+1)
  Total 21(11+10)
VI SEMESTER
FDNT 321 Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics 3(2+1)
CSBC 321 Elementary Human Physiology 3(2+1)
APTX 321 Traditional Textiles and Costumes of India 3(2+1)
RMCS 321 Entrepreneurship Development and Business Management 3(2+1)
HDFS 321 Educational Psychology and Early Childhood Education 3(2+1)
EECM 321 Information and Communication Technology 3(1+2)
EECM 322 Diffusion and Adoption of Homestead Technologies 3(2+1)
  Total 21(13+8)
STUDENT READY PROGRAMME 40(0+40)
VII SEMESTER
READY-411 (Rural Enterpreneurship Awareness Development Yojana)
Experiential Learning Programme
(Any 2modules out of 4 with 10 credits each)
20(0+20)
 
VIII SEMESTER
READY-421
RAWE
10(0+10)
READY-422
Skill Development Training/Internship
10(0+10)
 
Total 20(0+20)

B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science

FIRST YEAR
First semester
Course no Title of the course           credits
ENGL  111 English and technical writing 2 (1+1)
FDNT  111 Human physiology 3 (3+0)
FDNT  122 Human nutrition 3 (3+0)
HDFS  111 Life span development-l-infancy and early childhood 3 (2+1)
TXAD  111 Textile Science & Care           3 (1+2)
FRMT  111 Fundamentals of art and design 3 (1+2)
HECM  111 Home science extension and rural development 3 (2+1)
  Total        20 (13+7)


Second semester

Course no Title of the course           Credits
HDFS  121 Personality development 2 (1+1)
HDFS  122 Early childhood care and development 3 (
FDNT  121 Food science and processing 3
TXAD  121 Textile science and care 3
FRMT  121 Housing and space management 3
HECM  121 Women and agriculture 3
HECM  122 Instructional technology 3
  Total 20(14+6)


SECOND YEAR
First semester

Course no Title of the course Credits
CMPS 211 Computer science 3(2+1)
STAM195 Elementary Statistics 2(1+1)
HDFS 211 Life span development-11school age and adolescence 3(2+1)
FDNT 211 Normal and Therapeutic Nutrition 3(2+1)
TAD 211 Apparel  Designing and  Construction 3(1+2)
FRM 211 Management of Family  Resources 3(2+1)
HECM 211 Programme planning ,Implementation and Evaluation 2(1+1)
  Total 19(11+8)


Second semester

Course no. Title  of the course Credits
FRMT 221 Family Economics and Consumer Education 3(2+1)
FRMT 222 Environmental Studies 3(2+1)
FDNT 221 Food Preservation and storage 3(1+2)
HDFS 221 Dynamics of marriage and Family 3(3+0)
TAD 221 Fundamentals of textile Designing 3(2+1)
TAD 222 Marketing Management 3(2+1)
HECM 221 Communication and Adoption 3(3+0)
  Total 21(15+6)


THIRD YEAR
VOCATIONAL ELECTIVE COURSES
First semester

Course no. Title  of the course Credits
FRMT 311 Technical Drawings in Interiors 4(1+3)
FRMT 312 Basics in Building Construction 2(1+1)
FRMT 313 Fittings, Fixtures  and Services 3(1+2)
FRMT 314 Furniture and Furnishings 3(1+2)
FRMT 315 Floor and Floor Treatments 3(1+2)
FRMT 316 Walls and Window Treatment 3(1+2)
  Total 18(6+12)

Second semester
Course no. Title of the course Credits
FRMT 321 Traditional and contemporary interiors 4(2+0)
FRMT 322 Computer aided interior design 4(0+4)
FRMT 323 Residential interior space design 4(1+3)
FRMT 324 Commercial interior space design 4(1+3)
FRMT 325 Landscape designing 3(1+2)
  Supporting courses 4(1+3)
  Total 21(6+15)

Dept. of FDNT: Nutrition and Dietetics
First semester
Course no. Title of the course Credits
FNDT 311 Bio chemistry 3(2+1)
FNDT 312 Entrepreneurship Development 4(1+2)
FNDT 313 Clinical Nutrition 3(2+1)
FNDT 314 Community nutrition 3(1+2)
FNDT 315 Bakery and Confectionary 3(1+2)
  Supporting courses 3(1+2)
  Total 19(8+11)

Second semester
Course no. Title of the course Credits
FDNT 321 Nutrition for Special groups 3(3+0)
FDNT 322 Catering Management 4(1+3)
FDNT 323 Food Standards and Quality Control 3(2+1)
FDNT 324 Convenience and Health 3(1+2)
FDNT 325 Foods 3(1+2)
FDNT 326 Health, Hygiene and Sanitation 3(3+0)
  Supporting courses 3 (1+2)
  Total 21(13+8)

Dept. of HECM: Information technology and communication management
First semester

Course no. Title of the course Credits
HECM 311 Mass Communication 4(1+3)
HECM 312 Electronic Journalism 3(1+2)
HECM 313 Photo Journalism 2(0+2)
HECM 314 Print Journalism 4(1+3)
HECM 315 Training and HRD 3(2+1)
  Animation  
  Supporting Courses 3(2+1)
  Total 19(6+13)


Second semester

Course no. Title of the course Credits
HECM 321 Multimedia Production 4(1+3)
HECM 322 Instructional video production 4(1+3)
HECM 323 Entrepreneurship Development for Rural Families 3(1+2)
HECM 324 Public Relation& Social Marketing 3(1+2)
HECM 325 Digital advertising 7(4+3)
  Total 21(8+13)

Dept. of HDFS: Organisation and management of ECCD programmes
First semester
Course no. Title of the course Credits
HDFS 311 Infant Stimulation Programmes 4(0+4)
HDFS 312 Developing Play Material For Children 4(1+3)
HDFS 313 Organization and Management of ECCD Programme 4(1+3)
HDFS 314 Children with Developmental Challenges 3(2+1)
  Supporting  courses 4(2+2)
  Total 19(6+13)


Second semester

Course no. Title of the course Credits
HDFS 321 Literature for Young Children 3(1+2)
HDFS 322 Development Assessment of Young Children 4(1+3)
HDFS 323 Creative experiences for children 2(1+1)
HDFS 324 Curriculum development and effective teaching methods 3(2+1)
  Supporting course 6(4+2)
  Total 18 (9+9)


Dept. of APTX: Apparel production management
First semester

Course no. Title of the course Credits
TXAD  311 Traditional Indian Textiles 3(2+1)
 TXAD 312 Principles of Design and Application 3(1+2)
 TXAD 313 Computer Aided Designing 3(0+3)
TXAD 314 Apparel Manufacture-1 3(1+2)
 TXAD  315 Fashion Illustrations 3(1+2)
  Supporting Courses 4(2+2)
  Total 19(7+12)


Second semester

Course no. Title of the course Credits
TXAD 321 Traditional Consumes of India 3(2+1)
TXAT 322 Retailing and Merchandising in Textiles and Apparels 3(2+1)
TXAD 323 Apparel Manufacture-ll 3(3+0)
TXAT 324 Computer Aided Designing – Textile Designing 3(0+3)
TXAD 325 Designing Through Dyeing and Printing   3(1+2)
TXAD326 Fabric Embellishment 3(0+3)
  Supporting courses 3 (1+2)
  Total 21(9+12)


FOURTH YEAR
First semester

Course no. Title of the course Credits
FRMT 411/FDNT 411/HECM 411/APTX 411/HDFS 411/ Experiential learning 20 (0+20)


Second semester

Course no. Title of the course Credits
FRMT 411/FDNT 411/HECM 411/APTX 411/HDFS 411/ RHWEP 10 (0+10)
FRMT 412/FDNT 412/HECM 412/APTX 412/HDFS 412 Internship 10 (0+10)

 

B.Sc. (Hons.) Fashion Technology

Course No. Title of the course Credit Hours
I year
TAFT 111 English-I 1(0+1)
TAFT 112 Computer science-I 3(1+2)
TAFT 113 Fundamentals of Garment Construction 4(1+3)
TAFT 114 Elements of Design & Colour 3(1+2)
TAFT 115 Textile Science 3(2+1)
TAFT 116 Basics of Fashion Drawing & Designing 3(1+2)
TAFT 117 Trends in Fabrics and Fashions 3(1+2)
  Physical Education 1(0+1)
TAFT 121 Professional Communication 1(0+1)
TAFT 122 Pattern making 3(1+2)
TAFT 123 Family   Clothing-I 3(1+2)
TAFT 124 Fashion Innovations 2(2+0)
TAFT 125 Computer Science-II 3(1+2)
TAFT 126 Fashion Drawing & Designing 3(0+3)
TAFT 127 History of Style 3 (2+1)
HDFS 121 Personality Development 2(1+1)
  NSS 1(0+1)
II year
TAFT 211 Traditional Textiles of India 4(2+2)
TAFT 212 Garment Manufacturing Technology 3(2+1)
TAFT 213 Weaving Fundamentals 3(1+2)
TAFT 214 Computer Aided Apparel Designing – I 3(0+3)
TAFT 215 Fundamentals of Draping 2(0+2)
TAFT 216 Knitting Technology 3(1+2)
STAM 295 Elementary Statistics 2(1+1)
TAFT 221 Advanced Draping 3(0+3)
TAFT 222 Marketing Management 3(2+1)
TAFT 223 Traditional Costumes of India 3 (1+2)
TAFT 224 Computer Aided Apparel Designing – II 3(0+3)
TAFT 225 Family Clothing -II 3(1+2)
TAFT 226
Environmental Studies
2(2+0)
FRMT 221
Management of Family Resources
3(2+1)
III year
TAFT311 Apparel Industry Management 2(2+0)
TAFT312 Computer Aided Textile Designing 3(0+3)
TAFT313 Computer Aided Portfolio 3(1+2)
TAFT314 Textile Yarn Craft 3(0+3)
TAFT315 Web Designing 3(0+3)
TAFT316 Fashion Accessories 3(1+2)
HECM 315 Training and HRD 3(1+2)
TAFT321 Fabric Embellishment 4(0+4)
TAFT322 Retailing and Merchandising in Textiles and Apparels 3(2+1)
TAFT323 Consumer Behavioral Studies 3(1+2)
TAFT324 Clothing with Functional Design 3(1+2)
TAFT325 Product Development 3(2+1)
TAFT326 Textile Dyeing & Printing 4(1+3)
IV Year
TAFT411 Fabric Embellishment- Computer Machine Embroidery 4(0+4)  
TAFT412 Home Textiles 3 (1+2)  
TAFT413 Experiential Learning-  Costume designing 4(0+4)  
TAFT414 Fashion Boutique Management 4(0+4)  
TAFT415 Design Studio Practices & Project work 3(0+3)  
TAFT 421 Internship 18(0+18)  
TAFT 422
Project work
  4(0+4)  

 

B.Sc.(Hons.)Food Science & Nutrition

Course No Course Title Credit Hours Course No Course Title Credit Hours
I YEAR
I SEMESTER II SEMESTER
ENGL 111 English – 1 2 (1 + 1) ENGL 121 English  and Technical Writing 2 ( 0 + 2)
FSN 111 Nutritional Biochemistry -1 3(2  + 1) FSN 121 Food Microbiology 3 (2 + 1)
FSN 112 Fundamentals of Human Nutrition 3 (3 + 0) FSN 122 Food Policy and Economics 3 ( 3 + 0)
FSN 113 Health, Hygiene & Sanitation 2 (2 + 0) FSN123 Food Science - I 3 ( 2 + 1)
COMP 111 Computer applications–I 3 (1 + 2) FSN 124 Nutrition and Agriculture Development 3  ( 3 + 0)
HECM 111 Extension and rural development 3 (2 + 1) FSN 125 Nutritional Assessment 3 (1 + 2)
FSN 114 Human Physiology 3 (2 + 1)

COMP 121

Computer applications–II 3 ( 1 +2)
HECM 112 Professional Communication 2 (1 + 1)
 
TOTAL
20(12 + 8)
  TOTAL (T + P) 21 (14+7)  
II YEAR
I SEMESTER II SEMESTER
STAC 211 Statistical methods for food science & nutrition 2 ( 1 + 1) FSN 221

Nutritional Biochemistry -2

2 ( 2 + 0)
FSN 211 Nutrition through life cycle 3 ( 2 + 1) FSN 222

Global nutritional problems

2 (2 + 0)
FSN 212 Food storage & preservation 3 ( 1 +2) FSN 223

Food Ingredients -II

2(1 + 1)
FSN 213 Food Packaging 2 (1 + 1) FSN 224

Basics in food analysis

3 (1 + 2)
FSN 214 Food quality & safety 2 (1 + 1) FSN 225

Technology of fruits and vegetable processing   

3 (2+1)
FSN 215 Public health  & epidemiology 3 (3 + 0) FSN 226

Catering management

3 (1 + 2)
FSN 216 Food Ingredients- I 3 (2 + 1) FSN 227

Food Science -II

2 (1+ 1)
FSN 217 Food supply chain management 2 (1 + 1) FSN 228

Food production, processing & value addition

2(1+1)
  TOTAL (T + P) 20 (12+8) TOTAL (T + P) 19( 11+8)
III YEAR
I SEMESTER II SEMESTER

FSN 311

Nutrition for special groups

3 (3 + 0)

FSN 321

Advanced  human nutrition

3 (3 + 0)

FSN 312

Entrepreneurship development

2 (1 + 1)

FSN 322

Therapeutic Nutrition

3 (2 + 1)

FSN 313

Nutraceuticals & Health foods

3 (2 + 1)

FSN 323

Nutrigenomics

2(1 +1 )

FSN 314

Bakery & confectionary

3 (1 + 2)

FSN 324

Food and Nutrition Biotechnology

3 (3 + 0)

FSN 315

Nutrition in emergencies

2 (2 + 0)

FSN 325

Nutrition and physical fitness

2 (1 + 1)

FSN 316

Food Toxicology

2(2 + 0)

FSN 326

Food Product development & formulations

2 (1 + 1)

FSN 317

Technology of cereals, pulses and oilseeds

3 (2 + 1)

FSN 327

Sensory evaluation

2 (1 + 1)

FSN 318

Seminar

1 (0 + 1)

FSN 328

Special project

2 (0 + 2)

 

TOTAL (T + P) 19(13+ 6)

 

TOTAL (T + P) 19(12+7)

 

 

   
IV YEAR
I SEMESTER II SEMESTER

FSN 411

Experiential learning

20(0 + 20)

FSN 421

Work Experience Programme

8(0 + 8)

 

TOTAL (T + P) 20(0 + 20)

FSN 422

Internship

14(0 + 14)

 

 

 

 

TOTAL (T + P) 22(0+22)

 

M.Sc. programmes

Apparel & Textiles

I. Core Courses
Code Title Credits
TAD 501* Fibre Chemistry 2+1
TAD 502* Textile Quality Analysis 2+1
TAD 503* Advanced Textile Design 1+2
TAD 504* Advanced Pattern Making 1+2
Optional Courses
Code Title Credits
TAD 505 Historic Textiles and Costumes 2+1
TAD 506

Fashion Draping and Custom Clothing

0+3
TAD 507 Apparel Quality Analysis 1+1
TAD 508 Advanced Dyeing & Printing 1+1
TAD 509 Textile Finishes 1+1
TAD 510

Computer Aided Textile & Apparel Designing

1+2
TAD 511

Home Textiles

1+2
TAD 512

Socio-Psychological Aspects Of Clothing

2+0
TAD 513 Textile Industry & Trade 2+0
TAD 514 Knitting Technology 1+1
TAD 515 Fashion Accessories 1+1
TAD 516
TAD 517

Consumer Behaviour-Textiles & Apparel
Project Work

1+1
0+1

 

Child Guidance & Family Counseling

S.No. Course No. Title of the course Credits
Core Courses (9+3=12 Credits)
1 HDFS 501 * Theories of Human Development and Behaviour 3 (3+0)
2 HDFS 502 * Advances in Life span Development 3(2+1)
3 HDFS 503 * Gender Issues in Human Development and Family Relations 3 (2+1)
4 HDFS 504 * Children with developmental Challenges 3(2+1)
Other courses in Major Field (8-9 Credits)
5 HDFS 505 Innovative Programmes in Early Childhood Care and Education 3 (2+1)
6 HDFS 506 Methods & Techniques of Assessment in Human Development 3(2+1)
7 HDFS 507 Guidance and Counselling 3(1+2)
8 HDFS 508 Gerontology 3(2+1)
9 HDFS 509 Adolescent Development and Challenges 3(2+1)
10 HDFS 510 Parent and Community Education 3(1+2)
11 HDFS 511 Appraisal of Child and Family Welfare Institutions 2(1+1)
12 HDFS 512 Development of Learning Material and Children’s Literature 3(1+2)
13 HDFS 513 Family Therapy 3(2+1)
14 HDFS 514 Special Project I 2(0+2)
15 HDFS 591 Master’s Seminar 1(1+0)
16 HDFS 599 Master’s Research 20
Supportive Course (5-6 Credits)
17 HSC 500 Research Methods in Home Science 3 (2+1)
18 STAT 500 Statistical Methods 3 (2+1)
Minor Courses  (9 Credits)
19 FN 504* Advances in Community Nutrition 3 (1+2)
20 FN 507 Nutrition during Life Cycle 3 (3+0)
21 FN 508 Nutrition and Physical Fitness 3 (2+1)
22 FN 512 Food Service Management 3(1+2)
23 FRM 505 Consumer issues and Challenges 3(2+1)
24 FRM 506 Consumer Guidance and Counselling 3(2+1)
25 TAD 512 Socio-psychological aspect of clothing 2(2+0)
26 HECM 502* Training and Human Resource Development 3 (1+2)
27 HECM 503* Communication for Development 3 (1+2)


Extension & Communication Management

Course. No              Title                                                                            Credit hours
First year, First semester
HECM 501 Global Extension Systems 3(3+0)
HECM 502 Training and Human Resource Development 3(1+2)
HECM 510 Educational Technology 3(2+1)
First year, Second semester
HECM 503 Communication for Development 3(1+2)
HECM 504 Media Production and Management 3(1+2)
HECM 508 Corporate communication and Event Management 3(1+2)
Second year, First semester
HECM 511 ICT and New Media 2(0+2)
HECM 591 Master’s Seminar 1(1+0)
Second year, Second semester
  Research   20


Nutrition & Dietetics

S.No Course No. Title of the Courses Credits
MAJOR COURSES
1 FN 501* Advanced Food Sciences 3(2+1)
2 FN 502* Advanced Nutrition 3(3+0)
3 FN 503* Food Analysis 4(1+3)
4 FN 504* Advances in Community Nutrition 3(1+2)
5 FN 505 Food Processing Technology 3(3+0)
6 FN 506 Clinical Nutrition 4(2+2)
7 FN 507 Nutrition During Life Cycle 3(3+0)
8 FN 508 Nutrition and Physical Fitness 3(2+1)
9 FN 509 Advanced Diet Therapy 3(2+1)
10 FN 510 Food Toxicology 2(2+0)
11 FN 511 Advanced Human Physiology 3(2+1)
12 FN 512 Food Service Management 3(1+2)
13 FN 513 Food Product Development 2(1+1)
14 FN 514 Nutrition and Immunity 2(2+0)
15 FN 515 Special Project 1(0+1)
16 FN 591 Masters Seminar 1(1+0)
17 FN 599 Masters Research 20


Family Resource Management


S No. COURSE No.                        TITLE                                                            CREDITS
           
CORE COURSES
  1. FRM 501*       APPROACHES TO RESOURCE MANAGEMENT          3 (3+0)
  2. FRM 502*       CONSUMER ERGONOMICS                                             3 (2+1)
  3. FRM 503*       ADVANCED INTERIOR SPACE MANAGEMENT         3 (2+1)
  4. FRM 504*       ADVANCED HOUSING                                                     3 (2+1)
OPTIONAL COURSES
  1. FRM 505         CONSUMER ISSUES AND CHALLENGES                     3 (2+1)
  2. FRM 506         CONSUMER GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING                         3 (1+2)
  3. FRM 507         CONSUMER COMMUNICATION MEDIA                      3 (1+2)
  4. FRM 508         PRODUCT DESIGN, TESTING AND EVALUATION    3 (1+2)
  5. FRM 509         RETAIL MANAGEMENT                                                   3 (2+1)
  6. FRM 510         WORK AND WORK STATION DESIGN                          3 (1+2)
  7. FRM 511         ADVANCED CAD FOR PRODUCT DESIGN                  4 (0+4)
  8. FRM 512         ENERGY CONSERVATION IN BUILDING DESIGN   3 (2+1)
  9. FRM 513         CONSUMER ECONOMICS                                                            3 (2+1)
  10. FRM 514         INTERIOR DESIGN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT          3 (2+1)
  11. FRM 515         FURNITURE DESIGN AND FABRICATION                  3 (2+1)
  12. FRM 516         COLOUR AND LIGHTING IN INTERIORS                    3 (2+1)
  13. FRM 517         SPECIAL PROJECT                                                             2(0+2)
  14. FRM 591         MASTER’S SEMINAR                                                         1 (1+0)
  15. FRM 599         MASTER’S RESEARCH                                                      20 (0+20)

 

Ph.D programmes

Apparel & Textiles

  I. Major Core Courses
Code                           Title Credits
TAD 601 Functional Clothing 2+1
TAD 602 Technical Textiles 2+1
TAD 603 Textile Ecology 3+0
               Optional Courses  
TAD 604 Sourcing and Globalization 2+1
TAD 605 Textile Auxiliary 1+1
TAD 606 Product Development 1+2
TAD 607 Textile Conservation 1+1
TAD 608 Colour Application in Textiles 1+1
TAD 609 Apparel Industry Management 1+1
TAD 610 Non-Woven Textiles 2+0
TAD 611 Recent Advances in Textile and Apparel Designing 2+0
TAD 612 Project Work 0+1

 

II. Minor Courses
  • Courses will be registered according to the research area chosen.
  • The courses offered by the following  departments will be selected as minor courses

Department of Family Resource Management
Department of  Human Development and Family Studies
Department of Home Science Extension & Community Management

Department of Entomology III. Supporting  Courses

Code                          Title Credits
HSC 600 Research Project Management 2+1
STAT 600 Data Processing 1+1
  Total 5
TAD 691 Doctoral Seminar  I 1+0
TAD 692 Doctoral Seminar  II 1+0
TAD 699 Doctoral Research 45


Human Development & Family Studies

Sl.No. Course No. Title of the course Credits
Core Courses (9 Credits)
1 HDFS 601* Adulthood Dynamics 3(2+1)
2 HDFS 602* Advances in Family Studies  3(2+1)
3 HDFS 603* Programme Development for vulnerable families 3(2+1)
Other Courses in Major Field (6 Credits)
4 HDFS 604 Principles and Strategies in Developmental Intervention 3(2+1)
5 HDFS 605 Women’s Studies 2(1+1)
6 HDFS 606 Trends and issues in Human Development 3(3+0)
7 HDFS 607 Qualitative Research Methods 3(2+1)
8 HDFS 608 Ecology and Human Development 3(3+0)
9 HDFS 609 Cross – Cultural Perspectives in family studies 2(2+0)
10 HDFS 610 Special Project II 2(0+2)
11 HDFS 691 Doctoral Seminar – I 1(1+0)
12 HDFS 692 Doctoral Seminar – II 1(1+0)
13 HDFS 699 Doctoral Research 45
Supporting Courses (5 Credits)
14 HSC 600 Research Project Management 3(2+1)
15 STAT 600 Data Processing 2(1+1)

                                          Minor Courses (8Credits)

16 FN 606 Nutrition and agriculture interface 3(3+0)
17 FN 607 Nutrition in Emergencies 2(2+0)
18 FN 609 Global Nutritional Problems 2(2+0)
19 FN 610 Maternal and Child Nutrition 3(2+1)
Compulsory Non- Credit Courses           
(Compulsory for Master’s programme in all disciplines; Optional for Ph.D. scholars)
20 PGS 501 Library and Information Services 1(0+1)
21 PGS 502 Technical Writing and Communication Skills 1(0+1)
22 PGS 503
(e-Course)
Intellectual Property and its Management in Agriculture 1(1+0)
23 PGS 504 Basic Concepts in Laboratory Techniques 1(0+1)
24 PGS 505
(e-Course)
Agricultural Research, Research Ethics and Rural Development Programmes 1(1+0)
25 PGS 506
(e-Course)
Disaster Management 1(1+0)


Extension and Communication Management

Course No. Title of the Course Credits
HECM 601 Recent trends in extension and   communication    3(3+0)
HECM 602 Managerial skills for extension professionals     3(3+0)
HECM 603 Advanced media management 3(2+1)
HECM 604 Sustainable livelihood systems 2(2+0)
HECM 605 Project management 2(1+1)
HECM 606 Monitoring evaluation and impact assessment 3(3+0)
HECM 607 Advertising and marketing communication 2(1+1)
HECM 608 Dynamics of group behavior                   2(2+0)
HECM 610 Special project 2(0+2)
HECM 691 Doctoral seminar - I 1(1+0)
HECM 692 Doctoral seminar - II 1(1+0)
HECM 699 Doctoral research 45
HSC 600 Research project management 3(2+1)
STAT 600 Data processing 2(1+1)


Food & Nutrition

FN 601* Advances in Carbohydrates, Proteins and Lipids 4(3+1)
FN 602* Advances in Vitamins and Hormones 2(2+0)
FN 603* Minerals in Human Nutrition 3(2+1)
FN 604 Advances in Food Science and Technology 3(2+1)
FN 605 Advances in Energy Metabolism 2(2+0)
FN 606 Nutrition and Agricultural Interface 3(3+0)
FN 607 Nutrition in Emergencies 2(2+0)
FN 608 Application of Biotechnology in Food Science and Nutrition 2(2+0)
FN 609 Global Nutritional Problems 2(2+0)
FN 610 Maternal and Child Nutrition 3(2+1)
FN 611 Special Project 3(0+3)
FN 691 Doctoral Seminar-I 1(1+0)
FN 692 Doctoral Seminar-II 1(1+0)
FN 699 Doctoral Research 45

 

Family Resource Management


S No    COURSE No.             TITLE                                                                               CREDITS

CORE COURSES

  1. FRM 601**     ADVANCES IN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT                               3 (3+0)
  2. FRM 602**     OCCUPATIONAL BIOMECHANICS                                              3 (2+1)
  3. FRM 603**     GLOBALIZATION AND CONSUMER ECONOMICS                    3 (2+1)

OPTIONAL COURSES

  1. FRM 604         FAMILY DYNAMICS AND WOMEN POWER                               3 (2+1)
  2. FRM 605         CONSUMER PRODUCT DESIGN                                                    3 (1+2)
  3. FRM 606          ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND CHALLENGES                        3 (3+0)
  4. FRM 607          MANAGERIAL DIMENSIONS FOR SPECIAL GROUPS  3 (1+2)
  5. FRM 517         SPECIAL PROJECT                                                                           2(0+2)
  6. FRM 691         DOCTORAL SEMINAR I                                                                  1 (1+0)
  7. FRM 692         DOCTORAL SEMINAR II                                                                 1 (1+0)
  8. FRM 699         DOCTORAL RESEARCH                                                            45 (0 + 45)