BSc I Semester


Course content:                     Teaching of Prose, Poetry & Grammar

Text books prescribed:         Patterns of Contemporary Prose by Sujath     S.(Foundation)

Lessons prescribed:               1, 2, 3, 4 & 5Distant Notes by D BOS Reddy & DT Angadi(NAP)

Poems prescribed:                 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5

Language Component:         English Grammar

  • Articles and Prepositions
  • Phrasal verbs and Prepositional verbs (20)
  • Active and Passive Voice
  • Direct and Indirect

Ref.Books: Modern English Grammar and Usage by N Krishnaswamy Active English Grammar (McMillan)


Hosagannada Kavite Sampadakaru:                J.V. Kenchanagudda, Prasarang, GUG

Vaicharika PrabhandhagaluSampadakaru:    Dr. Sharanappa Malage, Prasarang, GUG

BSc 1.2 – Hindi

PS – 1       Kavitayan

PS – 2       Baba Batesaranath

PS – 3       Samanya Niband

BSc 1.3 – Extra Curricular Activities

As in paper 1.3 ‘Extra Curricular Activities (ECA)’ of B.Sc. Ist Semester.

BSc Chemistry



Introduction, constituents of atoms, the election, proton, neutron. Wave nature of an electron Heisenberg’s uncertainity principle Pauli’s exclusion principle, Aufbauprinciple, Hunds rule of maximum multiplicity. Quantum Numbers-principal, Azimuthal, magnetic and spin quantum numbers. Orbital wave function, shape of atomic orbitals –s,p, and d orbitals. Electronic configuration of elements atomic number 1 to 30


Introduction, periodic laws, long form of periodic table, classification of elements in to s,p,d and f blocks. Periodic Properties-atomic radius, ionic radius, covalent radius, Vander Wall’s radius, ionization energy, electronegative and electron affinity. Variation of the periodic properties along a period and along a group, explanation for the observed trends.


Introduction, electronic configuration, position of the noble gases in the periodic table, preparation, properties, structure of XeF2,XeF4, XeF6, and XeO3 and application of Noble gases




Bonding concept, types of bonds (ionic, covalent and coordinate bond definition and examples) bond length, bond angle, and angle, and bond energy.


Hybridization – types f hybridization (Sp3, Sp2 and Sp hybridization by Taking methane ethylene and acetylene as examples.) Distinction between sigma and pi bond. Resonance concept.


Electronic effects- Inductive, electromeric and mesomeric effects. Hemolytic and Heterolytic fission. Electrophiles and nucleophiles- definitions and examples.

Reactive intermediate – carbonium ions, and carban ions- formation and stability. Free radicals, carbenes-defination and example. Hyperconjugation.

STERIO CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC MOLECULES                                    

Concept of isomerism and types. Optical isomerism-Optical activity, chiral carbon atom. Elements of symmentry, optical isomerism in lactic acid and tartaric acid, enantiomers and diastereo isomers,meso compounds, racemio mixture. Asymmetric synthesis, Walden inversion. Geometrical isomerism-definition Geometrical isomerism in malic and fumaric acids. E and Z system of nomenclature


Isomerism in alkanes, methods of synthesis of alkanes by Wurtz reaction, Kolbe reaction Corey-House reaction. Physical Properties. Cycloalkanes- Nomenclature, synthesis, chemical properties, Baeyer strain theory and its limitations. Theory of strain less rings


Gaseous state:

Critical phenomenon. PV-isotherm of real gases, continuity of states. The isotherm of carbon dioxide, relationship between critical constants and Vander Walls constants. The law of corresponding states and reduced equation of state. Molecular velocities: Root means square velocity, average velocity and most probable velocity. Qualitative discussion of Maxwell and Boltzmmnn’s distribution of molecular velocities, collision number, collision diameter and mean free path.

Liquid state:

Surface tension and its determination by using stelagmometer, Parachor viscosity and its determination by using Ostwald’s viscometer, effect of temperature on viscosity and surface tension. Refractive index, specific and molar refractivities. Application of parachor viscosity and refractivities in elucidating the structure of Benzene and quinine.

Solid state:

Different between crystalline and amorphous, laws of crystallography (definition and explanation) symmetry elements Hermin Manguin Symbol/notation. Crystal lattice and unit cell, Bravis lattice,millerindices, X-ray diffraction, derivation of Bragg’s equation.



  1. Estimation of iron in Mohr’s salt using K2 Cr2O7 as a standard solution
  2. Estimation of copper in copper sulphate solution using sodium thiosulphate as a standard solution
  3. Estimation f potassium permanganate using oxalic acid as standard solution
  4. Estimation of iron in ferric chloride solution by standard potassium dichromate solution
  5. Estimation of ferrous and ferric iron in the mixture by using potassium dichromate as solution
  6. Estimation the amount of H2SO4and oxalic acid by titrating with NaOH and KMnO4
  7. Estimate the amount of calcium in chalk by KMnO4
  8. Estimate the amount of NaOH and Na2CO3 mixture by standard Hel solution.
  9. Estimate the amount of Zn by EDTA solution
  10. Estimate the amount of Ca by EDT solution

The standard solution is to be prepared by the student.

In case of EDT atitrations the EDTA solution is standardized by the

Student by preparing std. MgCl2 solution the EDT Asolution should supplied


Laboratory techniques

Calibration of thermometer

80-82 (Naphthalene), 113.5-114(Acetanilide) 132.5-133(Urea), 100 (distilled water)

Determination of melting point,

Naphthalene 80-82, Benzoic acid 121.5-122,Urea 132.5-133

Succinic acid 184.5 -185, Cinnamic 113.5-114, m-Dinitrobenzene 90 P-

Dichlorobenzene 52, Aspirin 135 acid 132.5 -133, Salicylic acid 157.5-158, Acctanilide

Determination of boiling points;

Ethanol 78, Cyclohexane 81.4 Toluene 110.6 Benzene 80,

Mixed melting point determinator; urea-cinnamic acid mixture in composition (1:4, 1:1, 4:1)


Simple distillation of ethnol-water mixture using water condenser,

Distillation of nitrobenzene and aniline using air condenser

Sublimation (simple and vacuum); camphor, Naphthalene, phthalic acid, and succinic acid.


To prepare arsenious sulphide solution and compare the precipitating

Power of mono, bi and trivalent anions.

Determination of transition temperature of the given substance by

Thermometric/dialometric method (e.g.MnCl2.4H2O or SrBr2. 2H2O)

To construct the phase diagram of two component (e.g. diphenylamine- benzophenone) system by cooling curve method.

Note: Only inorganic estimations are to be given for examinations

BSc Computer Science

UNIT I: An introduction to Graphics System: Application of computer graphics, Graphics System: Video Display Devices, Raster Scan Systems, Random Scan systems, Graphics Monitors and work Stations, Input Devices, Hard copy devices, Graphics Software


UNIT II: Output Primitives and Attributes of Output Primitives: Output Primitives- Points and Lines, Line Drawing Algorithms, Circle Generating Algorithms, Scan-Line Polygon Fill Algorithm, Inside-Outside tests, Boundary-Fill Algorithm, Flood Fill Algorithm, Cell Array. Character Generation Attributes of Output Primitives: Line attributes, Color and Grayscale levels, Area fill Attributes, Character Attributes, Bundled Attributes. Antialiasing.


UNIT III: Two-dimensional Geometric Transformations: Basic Transformations, Matrix Representations and Homogeneous Coordinates, Composite Transformations, Reflection and Sharing


Two-Dimension Viewing: the viewing Pipeline, Window to view port coordinate transformation, Clipping Operations, Point Clipping. Line Clipping, Polygon Clipping, Text Clipping, Exterior Clipping


UNIT IV: Programming in C: Overview of C, Constants, Variables and Data Types, Operators and Expressions, Managing Input and Output, Decision Making – Branching and Looping. Handling of Character Strings, Array, User-defined Functions – Definitions – Declarations – Call by reference – Call by value, Structures and Unions, Pointers, the Preprocessor directives, File management.


UNIT V: Graphics on PC, Initialize Graphics Mode, Functions used in Graphics – Drawing a Point on the Screen, Drawing – lines, rectangle, ovals, circles, arcs, polygon, filling colors, Using Text in Graphics Display.


  1. James D. Foley, Andres Van Dam, Steven K. Feiner, and John F. Hughies, Computer Graphics- Principles and Practice, 2/e, Pearson Education.
  2. Donald Hearn and M. Pauline Baker, Computer Graphics – C version, 2/e, Pearson Educatio.
  3. Francis S. Hill Jr, Computer Graphics using open GL, 2/e. Pearson Education.
  4. Rajaraman, Computer Basics and C Programming, PHI.
  5. Balagurusamy, Programming in C, Tata McGraw Hill.
  6. Kernighan and D. M. Ritchie, C Programming Language, 2/e, PHI
  7. Gottfried, Programming With C, Schaum’s Outline Series, Tata McGraw Hill Publications

PRACTICAL – I 2D Graphics and C Lab

Hands-on practices on programming shall be carried out using C programs to improve programming skills, and study the testing and debugging techniques.

  1. Simple calculation programs, if statement, if……. Else statements nested if ….. else and else if ladder, statements, Loops and Iteration, Use of Loops (while, do and for), Nested Loops, Use of break and continue statement, switch statement, use of break and default with switch.


Linear Array, Storage Classes Automatic, External (global)

Built-In and User Defined functions function Declaration, Definition and function Calling, Parameter passing (Call by Value and Call by Reference).

  1. DDA algorithm, Bresenham’s algorithm for line drawing, generation of circle, polygon fill, character generation.



Frames of reference:  Inertial frame, Galilean transformation equations. Invariance of physical laws under Galilean transformation, Non inertial frames, Concept of fictitious force and Coriolis force, Rotating frame of reference and expression for Coriolis force, Concept of centre of mass as frame of reference.

Angular motion:  Motion along circular path; centrifugal, centripetal force and their characteristics (qualitative). Motion along the curved path (parabolic). Derivation of radial and transverse component of velocity and acceleration.

Conservation laws: Conservation of linear and angular momentum

Law of conservation of linear momentum for a system of particles, Collision between two particles, elastic and inelastic collisions (one dimension) in a laboratory and centre of mass frames, Scattering angle in Laboratory and centre of mass frames, Conservation of momentum in case of variable mass examples single stage Rocket, expression for escape velocity (neglecting weight), Multistage Rocket (qualitative). Problems.


Conservation of Energy: Basic principles of Conservation of energy including mass-energy (qualitative). Illustration with derivations for SHM, oscillations of light spiral spring. Escape velocity of satellite, nuclear fission, nuclear fusion and pair production with examples.

Surface tension: Definition of surface tension. Surface energy, relation between surface tension and surface energy, pressure difference across curved surface example, excess pressure inside spherical liquid drop, angle of contact, capillarity determination of surface tension by drop weight method, factors affecting surface tension. Problems.

Viscosity: Streamline flow, turbulent flow, equation of continuity, determination of coefficient of viscosity by Poisulle’s method. Stoke’s method and variation of viscosity with temperature. Problems.

Elasticity: Module of elasticity for isotropic material, relation between elastic constants, bending of beam. Derive an expression for bending moment, theory of cantilever, Hook’s Law, 1 section girders, torsion, and expression for couple per unit twist. Torsional pendulum. Problems. 


Reference Books:

  • Mechanics by D. S. Mathur.
  • Elements of properties of matter by D. S. Mathur.
  • Mechanic by J. C. Upadhya.
  • Properties of Matter by Brijal & Subramanyam.
  • Modern Physics by S. L. Kakani and Shubhra Kakani.
  • Physics vol-1 Resnick & Halliday,
  • Berkely Physics Volume 1.
  • A Text Book of Mechanics by Bhargava & Sharma.

Laboratory course for BSc I Semester (Physics)

Paper: Practical 1


  1. Two lab sessions (3 hours duration each) per week are to be conducted.
  2. Minimum of 16 experiments and 8 assignments from the list mentioned below should be performed in the semester I.
  3. Students must be instructed to write results with correct physical units in S1 system.
  4. A certified record book consisting of practical work must be produced in the practical examination.


  1. Bar pendulum (L versus T graph).
  2. Bar pendulum (L versus T2graph).
  3. Flat spiral spring.
  4. Moment of Inertia of Fly Wheel.
  5. Moment of Inertia of irregular body.
  6. Rigidity of molecules – Torsional pendulum.
  7. Verification of parallel axis theorem.
  8. Verification of perpendicular axis theorem.
  9. Young’s modulus by uniform long bending – Load versus Depression graph.
  10. Young’s modulus by cantilever – Load versus Depression graph.
  11. Young’s modulus by Koeing’s method.
  12. Young’s modulus by stretching (Searl’s apparatus).
  13. Viscocity by Stoke’s method.
  14. Radius of capillary tube by mercury pellet method.
  15. Modulus of rigidity (twisting).
  16. Hook’s law verification.
  17. Surface tension by drop weight method.
  18. Interfacial tension.
  19. Critical pressure for stream line flow.
  20. Elastic constants by Searle’s double bar.
  21. Assignment I.
  22. Assignment II.
  23. Assignment III.
  24. Assignment IV.
  25. Assignment V.
  26. Assignment VI.
  27. Assignment VII.
  28. Assignment VIII.
  29. Assignment IX.
  30. Assignment X.