End of Semester Examination Nov 2022 Notice I & II

STUDENT’S SCHOLARSHIP FOR SC-ST 2022-2023

STUDENT’S SCHOLARSHIP FOR BC-MBC-DNC 2022-2023

STUDENT’S SCHOLARSHIP FOR MINORITY 2022-2023

PG & RESEARCH DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY ORGANISES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “UNIFYING BIOLOGY THROUGH DIVERSITY”(ICUBD-2022)
14 &15 October 2022

MOOVALUR RAMAMIRTHAM ASSURANCE SCHEME 2022-2023

Schedule for Repeat Examination – June 2022

To Know your Roll Number

June Repeat Examination Registration Date – EXTENDED

The academic year 2022-2023 for freshers will start with Orientation Programme:

Main Hall

All Aided UG & PG and All SF PG – Wednesday, 27 July 2022 at 10.00 am in the Main Hall.

SF UG Arts & Commerce – Thursday, 28 July 2022 at 10.00 am in the Main Hall.

SF UG Sciences – Friday, 29 July 2022 at 10.00 am in the Main Hall.

Satellite Campus

ALL SF UG & PG – Monday, 1 August 2022 at 10.00 a.m. in the Assembly Hall.

All students are asked to report at the respective department registration counter at the Flint Square between 8.00 a.m. and 9.45 a.m. Students who have paid the Hostel Fees are asked to report to the respective Hall immediately after their registration at the department counter.

Notice I – Repeat Examinations – June 2022

Notice II – Revaluation – End-of-Semester Examination April 2022

 

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NCC AIRWING – SYLLABUS

Semester Course No. Course Title Hrs/wk Credits Marks

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I NAF 1201 NCC Organization and National Integration 3 2 60

Semester I                                                                                                                         Hrs: 3

Paper 1                                                                                                                       Credits: 2

NAF 1201 NCC ORGANIZATION AND NATIONAL INTEGRATION

Course Description: This course aims to build knowledge about NCC organization, its structure and the defence system. The course will offer a holistic idea about National Integration Awareness which has emerged as a significant trend and associated concept pertain to disasters, environmental awareness and military leadership.

Course Outcome:

At the end of the course the students will be able to:

CO1: Recall the Concepts, Scope and Principles related to NCC.

CO2: Explain the role of NCC in National Integration process.

CO3: Make use of the skills during Disasters.

CO4: Contribute in Social Awareness and Integration of the Country

CO5: Determine the required skills necessary for Military Leadership

Unit 1: Organization & Structure

NCC: Introduction – Aims & Objectives –Motto – Organizational Structure; Organization of Defence system – Ranks and Honours in Defence and NCC system;  Philosophy of Training.

Unit 2: NCC &National Integration

National Integration: concept and meaning – importance –– National Interest, Threats and Opportunities  – National Integration Council – Problems and Challenges of National Integration; Contributions of youth in Nation building  – unity in diversity.

Unit 3: NCC in Disaster Management

Disasters: Meaning – Types of emergencies; NDMA: Civil Defence Organization; Assistance: disasters/calamities – Fire services and Fire Fighting – Essential Services and maintenance – Collection & Distribution of AID materials – Setting up Relief Camps.

Unit 4: NCC in Social Awareness & Integration

Social Services: Basic Social services to weaker sections; Social Support Services: Drug Abuse & Trafficking – Preventions of JIV/AIDS – Corruption – Counter Terrorism – Health and hygiene- Civic responsibilities; NGO: Role and Contribution.

Unit 5: Leadership & Skills

Leadership: Military Leadership – Personality Development – Stress management – Communication Skills – Social Skills  – Working in Teams & Groups.

Text Book:

  • Cadet’s Hand Book, NCC Directorate (Kar&Goa)

Reference:

  • Standing Instructions Vol I& II, Directorate General NCC, New Delhi, 2017
  • Institutional Training Syllabus, NCC

 

Mapping of Course Outcomes (COs) with Bloom’s Taxonomy (K1 to K6)

CO/K K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 K6
CO1 X          
CO2   X        
CO3     X      
CO4       X    
CO5         X  

Mean Value: 1+2+3+4+5 =15/5 = 3.

I NAF 1202 IAF Capsule & Airmanship 3 2 60

Semester II                                                                                                                       Hrs: 3

Paper 1                                                                                                                       Credits: 2

NAF 1202IAF CAPSULE AND AIRMANSHIP

Course Description: This course aims to build knowledge about Indian Air Force (IAF), its structure and the system of operation under armed forces. The course will offer a holistic knowledgeand skills about Airmanship.

Course Outcome:

At the end of the course the students will be able to:

CO1: Recall the IAF Organization and its Branches.

CO2: Infer and Explain the Aircrafts types.

CO3: Apply the Skills of Airmanship

CO4: Inference the Air Navigation Techniques

CO5: Build a own Aero Model

Unit 1: Organization & Structure of IAF

IAF: Introduction – Organization of Air Force – Branches – History of IAF- Air Campaigns in India -Station -Careers in IAF

Unit 2: Air Crafts Recognition (ACR)

Air Craft Recognition: Identification of Aircraft – shapes – Types of Aircrafts – Foreign Aircrafts  – Latest trends and Acquisitions.

Unit 3: Airmanship (AR)

Airmanship: Introduction – Airfield Layout – Rules of the Air – ATC/RT Procedures – Circuit Procedures – Aviation Medicine & Survival.

Unit 4: Air Navigation (NV)

Navigation: Meaning – Air Navigation – Requirement of Navigation – Terms used in Navigations; Maps: Uses – Map Reading -Fundamentals of Map Reading; Meteorology (MET): Importance – Atmosphere – Clouds & Precipitation- Visibility

Unit 5: Aero Modelling&Airframes

Aero-Modelling (AM): Types – Materials used for Aero-modelling – Building of Aero Models: Static – Flying; History of Aero Modelling; Airframes: Aircraft controls – Main & Tail Plane – Landing Gear; Instruments: Basic Flight Instruments – Radars.

Text Book:

  • SD, SW Specialized Subject: Air Force, Dg NCC, New Delhi.

Reference:

  • IFA (Air Force) Manual, Controller General of Defence Accounts, New Delhi, 2008.
  • Institutional Training Syllabus, NCC

 

Mapping of Course Outcomes (COs) with Bloom’s Taxonomy (K1 to K6)

CO/K K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 K6
CO1 X          
CO2   X        
CO3     X      
CO4       X    
CO5           X

Mean Value: 1+2+3+4+6 =16/5 = 3.2

 

I NAF 1100 NCC Air Force Field Training - I 2 1 15

Semester II                                                                                                                

Paper 2                                                                                                                       Credits: 1

NAF 1100 NCC AIR FORCE FIELD TRAINING – I

Course Description: This course aims to equip and train the cadets with basic NCC field Training in Air Force.

Unit 1: Foot Drill – I

Basic Drill: General Word of Commands – Attention – Stand at Ease – Turning Right, Left, back and inclining at Halt, Sizing – Forming Three ranks and numbering

Unit 2: Foot Drill – II

Basic Drill: Open and Close March Order – Dressing the Squad – Saluting at halt – Slow march and halt, Falling out and Dismissing – Side Pace – Pace – Forward and to the Rear.

Unit 3: March Past – I

March Past: Length of Pace and Time of Marching – forward march and halt in quick march – Changing step.

Unit 4: March Past – II

March Past :Formation of Squad – Squad Drill – Individual Word of Command

Unit 5: March Past – III

Turing on the march – wheeling, saluting on the march, marching time

Reference:

  • Cadet’s Hand Book (All wing) , NCC Directorate

II NAF 2100 NCC Air Force Field Training – II 2 1 15

Semester IV                                                                                                               

Paper 1                                                                                                                       Credits: 1

NAF 2100 NCC AIR FORCE FIELD TRAINING – II

Course Description:This course aims to equip and train the cadets with rifle in NCC Air Force field Training.

Unit 1: Rifle Drill Training- I

Basic Drill with Arms: General Word of Commands – Attention – Stand at Ease – Stand Easy – Getting on Parade with Rifle and Dressing at the Order – Dismissing and Falling out.

Unit 2: Rifle Drill Training – II

Basic Drill with Arms: Ground and Take up Arms – Shoulder and Present from the Order & vice versa – Saluting at halt and on March

Unit 3: Rifle Drill Training – III

Basic Drill with Arms: Short and Long trails from the Order & vice versa – Examining the Arms and their parts.

Unit 4: Special Training – I

Special Training: Independence Day – Republic Day – NCC Day Celebrations –– Paratroopers Camp.

Unit 5: Special Training – II

Camps: Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC) – Vayu Sainik Camp (VSC) – Republic Camp (RD) – National Integration Camps -Mountaineering Camp – Adventure Camps.

Reference:

  • Cadet’s Hand Book (All wing) , NCC Directorate

 

 

III NAF 3100 NCC Air Force Field Training - III 2 1 15

Semester VI                                                                                                               

Paper 1                                                                                                                       Credits: 1

NAF 3100 NCC AIR FORCE FIELD TRAINING – III

Course Description:This course aims to equip and train the cadets with in NCC Air Force field special Training.

Unit 1: Ceremonial Drill (CD)

Ceremonial Drill: Guard Mounting – Guard of Honour

 Unit 2: Weapon Training – I

Weapons: Introduction to .22mm Rifle – Characteristics of .22mm rifle; Handling: Stripping – Assembling – Care and Cleaning – Sight Setting.

Unit 3: Weapon Training – II

Weapon Training: Loading/Unloading and Bolt Manipulation – Lying Position – Hold Trigger Control & Firing a Shot – Short Range Firing – Safety Precautions.

Unit 4: Weapon Training – III

Weapon Training: Range Procedure and Theory of Group; Characteristics of 7.62mm Rifle – SLR and 5.56mm INSAS

Unit 5: Map Reading

Maps: Finding North – Setting a Map – Finding won position – Map to ground and Ground to Map- Night Watch.

Reference:

  • Cadet’s Hand Book (All wing) , NCC Directorate