BSc III Semester


P.S 1  English for Students of Science Ed. A Roy (Orient Longman) (1, 2, 3, 4 & 6)

P.S 2 Verbal & Non-Verbal                                                                                   

P.S 3 English Pronunciation-Stress, Accent, Intonation (rise, fall, rising- fall, falling-rise)

British/American Englishes

P.S 4 Nature of Personality and Theories                                                           

P.S 5 Leadership as Process & Great Profiles  


Question paper pattern

Q 1. Text on Communication English (8 x 2)                                                                         16

Q 2. Verbal and Non-Verbal (8 x 2)                                                                                            16

Q 3. Intonation Marking (4 x 4)                                                                                                   16

Q 4. Nature of Personality & Theories                                                                                      16

Q 5. Leadership & Great Profiles (8 x 2)                                                                                   16

Text Book: Communication Skills in English & Personality Development by Dr. H.S. Matti & Sri D.T. Angadi


As in paper 3.2 ‘Any Indian Language’ of B.Sc. IIIrd Semester.

BSc 3.2 – Hindi

As in paper 3.2 ‘Any Indian Language’ of B.Sc. IIIrd Semester.

BSc 3.3 – Extra Curricular Activities

As in paper 3.3 ‘Extra Curricular Activities (ECA)’ of BSc. IIIrd Semester.


Module 1:

  1. Meaning of the term constitution.
  2. Making or Framing of the Indian Constitution – 1946-1949 and Role played by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.

Module 2:

  1. Salient features of the constitution.
  2. Preamble of the constitution.

Module 3:

  1. Fundamental Rights – meaning, importance and content (scope) and Fundamental Duties.
  2. Directive Principles of state policy – meaning and content.

Module 4:

  1. Union government.
  2. Legislature – (Parliament) – composition, powers and functions of the two houses.
  3. Executive – president-election-powers and functions – Prime Minister – Appointment, powers and functions.
  • Judiciary – Supreme Court-composition, organization and jurisdiction.
  1. State government.
  2. Legislature – composition, powers and functions.
  3. Executive – Governor and Chief Minister – appointment powers and functions.
  • Judiciary – High Courts-composition, organization and jurisdiction.

Module 5:

  1. Democratic Decentralization – 73rdand 74th constitutional Amendments.
  2. Special Rights or Provisions created in the constitution for Dalits, Backward Classes, women, children and minorities.


  • Johan- The constitution of India. A Politico-legal study – sterling publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
  • Pylee – India’s constitution – S. Chand & Company – New Delhi.
  • Bakshi – Constitution of India – Universal Law Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Subhash C Kashyap – Our Constitution – National Book Trust New Delhi.
  • Brij Kishore Sharma – Introduction to The Constitution of India – Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi.


UNIT 1: Information and Management: Types of information, Management Structure, Management and Information requirements, Qualities of information, Example of information systems.


UNIT 2: Information Systems Analysis: Task and attributes of a System Analyst, tools used by the system analyst, Information gathering, system requirement specification, feasibility analysis, Data flow diagrams, Process specifications and decision tables.


UNIT 3: Logical Database Design: ER-model, Normalization, database management system (DBMS), object-oriented system modeling.


UNIT 4: Data Input Methods: Data input, coding techniques, detection of error in codes, validating input data, interactive data input.

Designing Outputs: Output devices, objectives of output design, design of output reports, design of screens, Use of business graphics. 


UNIT 5: Database Management Systems: Database and Database Management Systems (DBMS), objectives, overview of DBMS, database administrator, database design.

Control information systems, audit information systems, Control of information systems, Security of information systems.

Introduction to e-commerce.

System design example.


  1. Rajaraman V: Analysis and Design of Information System, PHI.
  2. Elias M. Awad, Systems Analysis and Design, Galgotia Publications.
  3. Hawryszkiewycz I. T., Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design, 3rdedition, PHI.
  4. Clifton H.D., Business Data Systems, Prentice Hall.
  5. Daniels A. and Yeates D., Basic System Analysis, Galgotia Publications.
  6. Kelkar S.A., Structured Systems Analysis and Design-A Concise Study, PHI.

BSC Chemistry


P- Block Elements 11hrs

Introduction, Comoparative study of elements of Boron family with respect to electronic configuaration, atomic and ionic radius, ionization energy and electro-negativity.

Diagonal rjelationship between Boron and silicon. Boranes- preparation, properties, structure ajnd uses of diborane. Borazole and Boraz trifluoride

Carbon family:

Introduction, comparative study of elements of carbon family with respect to electronic configuaration, axidation state, action with alkalies, formation of oxides, halides, catenation, allotropic form of carbon. Structure of graphite and diamond, fullerenes and fluorocarbons. Preparation, properties and use of Teflon.

Transitional Elements: 05 hrs

Introduction, comparative study of properties of transitional element of 3-d series, with respect to electronic configuaration, oxidation state, atomic volume and densities, atomic ionic radius, melting point and boiling points, ionization energy, colour characteristic properties, magnetic properties and complex forming ability of transitional metals.

Inner Transitional Elements: 05 hrs

Introduction, properties of lanthanics-electronic configuration, oxidation states, atomic and ionic radii, colour character, magnetic properties and complex forming ability of lanthanides. Separation of lanthanides by ion exchange method. Lanthanide contraction.


Heterocyclic compounds: 05 hrs

Definition and classification, methods of synthesis of furan, thiophene pyrrole and pyridine. Aromatic character of the above compounds ( no molecular picture)

Electrophilic substiturion reactions of pyrrole and pyridine.

Alcohol: 05 hrs

Classification with examples, monohydric alcohols- classification with examples, momenclature (IUPAC), Isomerism in monohydrinc alcohols up to C5. Method of synthesis of alcohol by hydration of alkenes, reduction of aldehydes and ketones.

Addition RMgX to aldehydes and ketones. Distinguishing test for primary, secondary, and tertiary alcohols by dehydration and Lucas Method. Mechanism of estirification reaction between ethyl alcohol and acetic acid.

Dihydric alcohols: Methods of formation reaction of ethylene glycol. Pinacol- pinacolone rearrangement.

Phenols: 05 hrs

Classification with examples, manufactures of phenol by cumene and Dow process. Acidity of phenol, Mechanism of Riemer Tiamann and Kolbe reactions. Reactions of phenol- acetylation, formation of ether, Halogenation, nitration, nitrosiation. Fries rearrangement.

Carboxylic Acids: 04 hrs

Definition, classification wit examples, methods of synthesis of fatty acids by alcohols, cyanides and Grignard reagent. Acidity of carboxylic acids, effect of substitution on acid strength. Reaction of carboxylic acids, Hell-Volhard-Zelinsky reaction.

Acid Derivatives: 02 hrs

Definition with examples, synthesis and reactions of acid chloride (acetyl chloride). Acid amide (acetamide) and acid anhydride ( acetic anhydride)


Thermodynamics-II 10 hrs

Limitation of first law (need of second law ). Spontaneous process with examples. Different statements of second law of thermodynamics. Carnot’s cycle, efficiency of the heat enegine, carnot’s theorem, concept of entropy, entropy, as a state function, physical significance of entropy, changes of an ideal gas with changes in P,V and T. calculate of entropy in different process.

Gibb’s and Helmholtz free energy functions, gibb’s free energy function- useful work.

U,H,S,A and G. Derivation of Gibb’s Helmholtz equation. Clapeyron – Clausius equation and its applications.

Third law of thermodynamics, Nernst heat theorem, statement and concept of residual entropy.

Solutions: 08 hrs

Different types of solutions with examples. Binary mixture of completely miscible liquids, Raoult’s law. Ideal and nonideal solutions ( based of Rault’s law), positive and negative deviations from Raoult’s law with examples. Vapour pressure-composition and boiling point – composition diagrams for above types. Principle of fractional distillation, Azeotropic mixtures.

Partially miscible liquid mixtures critical solution temperature with respect to (a) water phenol system (b) triethylamine – water system and (c) Nicotine- water system. Solution of gases in liquids, Henry’s law.

Colloidal state: 04 hrs

Revisions of concept, electrical properties of sols, origine of charge on colloidal particles, Zeta potential, electro-osmosis, electrophoresis, general applications of colloids

Emulsions – types, preparations, emulsifying agent and application..



Inorganic semi-micro qualitative analysis containing two anions and two cations

Acid radicals:- CO” 3,Cl’, Br’, I’, NO’3, and SO”4

Basic radicals:- Cu+2, Bi+3, Cd+2, Co+3. Al+3, Fe+2 Mn+2, Zn+2, Ca+2, Sr+2, Ba+2, Mg+2, Na1, K1 & NH44


  1. Combination of Nitrate and halide, Halide and halide should be avoided
  2. Two basic radicals must be of different group

Combination such as NH4+ & Mg +2, NH+4, & Na+ NH4+&, K+ Can be given

No interfering radicals and no rare earth metals.



Concept of induction of crystallization

Phthalic acid from hot water (using fluted filter paper and stem less funnel)

Acetanilide from boiling water

Naphthalene from water

Benzoic acid from water

Decolourisation and crystallization using charcoal

Decolourisation of brown sugar (sucrose) with animal charcoal using gravity filtration

Crystallization and decolourisation of impure naphthalene (100g of naphthalene mixed with 0.3g of congo red using 1g decolourizing carbon) from ethanol


non- instrumental – I

  1. Determine the specific rate constant of hydrolysis of methyl acetate by HCl at room temperature.
  2. Compare the strength of HCl and H2 SO4 in the hydrolysis of ethl acetate (K for one acid is given)
  3. Determine the activation energy in the hydrolysis of methyl acetate (K value for one temperature is to be given)
  4. Determine the viscosity of two given liquid using Ostwald’s viscometer (densities are given)
  5. Determine the viscosity of a given liquid using Ostwald’s viscometer and determine the density of given liquid
  6. Determine the percentage composition of given liquid mixture (glycerol and water using Ostwald’s viscometer.
  7. Determine the heat of neutralization of strong acid and strong base.
  8. Determine the heat of neutralization of acetic acid and sodium hydroxide and calculate the heat of ionization of acetic acid.

Note: Either inorganic semi micro qualitative analysis OR physical chemistry experiment is given in the examination.

BSc Computer Science

Unit I: HUMAN ANATOMY: Structure  of man, proportion of body parts, drawing from basic form, line of action, balance rhythm, turnings, twisting, drawing plane surfaces, torso, face, eyes, nose, ears, mouth, hand and feet. 

FEMALE ANATOMY: Proportion and construction of female body, twisting of female body, chest, torso, face, parts of face, hands, hands in action, feet and gestures, curves, curis, rhythm and twist.

CHILD ANATOMY: Understanding child’s figure, proportion and construction of child body, face, chubbiness, hand, feet and gestures.


Unit II: ANIMAL ANATOMY: Animals from basic forms, understading motion and grace of animals, turning animals to character, face, legs, tails, perspectives.

CARTOON ANATOMY: Understanding cartoon characters, drawing from basic shapes, line of action, distortion of proportion, cartoon faces, eyes, mouths, hairs, nose, hands, feet,

gestures and poses.


Unit III: Human, animals and cartoons in perspective, Quick studies from real life, Quick sketches, Line of action, Poses and gestures.

Caricaturing the Action. Thumbnails, Drama and psychological effect. Motion studies, drawing for motion, the body languages, Re-defining the drawings.


Unit IV: Introduction to animation production process. Basic principles in animation. Squash and Stretch, Anticipation, Staging, Straight ahead and pose to pose.


Unit V: Follow through and overlapping action. Slow in and slow out, Arcs, Secondary action. Timing, Exaggeration, Solid drawing, Appeal. Mass and weight, Character acting, Volume. Line of action, Path of action, Walk cycles of animal and human. 



  1. Stan Lee, How to Draw Comics the Marvel.
  2. Sterling, Art of drawing Human Body.
  3. Ken Hultgre, Art of Animal study.
  4. Andrew Loomis, Drawing the Heads and Hands, the Viking Press, New York,
  5. Victor Perard, Human anatomy, Courier Dover Publications
  6. Aditya Chari, Figure drawing made easy, Grace Prakashan
  7. Richard Williams, the Animators Survival Kit, Faber and Faber, London
  8. Tony White, The Animator’s Workbook: Step-By-Step Techniques of Drawn Animation, Watson-Guptill
  9. Susannah Shaw, Stop Motion: Craft Skills for Model Animation, Focal Press
  10. Ken A Priebe, the Advanced Art of Stop-Motion Animation, Course Technology PTR.
  11. Preston Blair, Carton Animation, the Collector’s Series
  12. Tony White, Animation from Pencils to Pixels: Classical Technique, Elsevier

PRACTICAL – III: Anatomy Drawing Lab.

Animation exercises on the following principles using sketching and Adobe Illustrator shall be carried out:

            Walk cycle of Biped (human.)

            Walk cycle of Quadruped (animal)

            Squash and Stretch, Anticipation, Staging, Straight ahead and pose to pose, Follow through and    

            Overlapping action, slow in and slow out, Arcs, Secondary action, Timing, Exaggeration, Solid drawing, Appeal, Mass and weight, Character acting, Volume



  • Mathematical Physics: 15 Hrs

Vector Analysis: Dot product, cross product of vectors, and triple product of vectors. Scalar and vector fields, gradient, divergence and curl and their physical significance, vector entities, statement of Gauss theorem and Stoke’s theorem. Problems.

Fourier series: Definition of Fourier series, evaluation of Foureir coefficients for even and off functions, Dirichlet’s theorem (statement) and conditions. Physical examples of Fourier series; saw tooth ware. Change of interval from (- π , π) to (-1, 1), complex form of Fourier series.

  • Electromagnetism: 24 Hrs

Steady current, Biot-Savart law, magnetic field and Ampere’s swimming rule. Non-steady current and charges, Faradays laws of electromagnetic induction. Concept of Dipole, Ampere’s circuital law, current loop as dipole, torque on a dipole. Gauss Law, Maxwell’s field equations (no derivation, Physical significance only). Wave equation for field vectors. Pointing vectors (no derivation, physical significance only). Derivation of Maxwell’s equations in free space. Equation for Plane electromagnetic waves, production of EM waves, accelerated charges and oscillating dipoles, Hertz experiment. Skin Effect.

  • Energy sources (Renewable & Non-renewable): 15 Hrs

Energy sources, Energy crisis, resources of energy, conventional and non-conventional sources, ecological and sociological perspectives. Non-conventional energies. Solar, wind, tidal and geothermal energy sources (qualitative). Nuclear energy, concept of nuclear fission, controlled and uncontrolled chain reactions, types of nuclear reactors, concepts of nuclear fusion, thermonuclear reaction, DD reaction, C-N cycle and P-P cycle, magnetic confinement of plasma. Biomass energy. Gobar gas plants.

  • Biophysics: 10 Hrs

Scope of Biophysics of muscles, strength of bones. Fluid flow. Energetic of fluid flow and fluid flow in plants. Molecular Biophysics: molecular components of cell, molecular forces. Physics of Bio-membranes; Cell membrane, transport through membranes, passive transport, facilitated diffusion, active transport, thermodynamic analysis of membrane transport. Neurophysics, Anatomy of Neurons (brief introduction), membrane potential, physicochemical nature of membrane potential, nerve excitation, action potential, conduction of action potential. 

Reference Books:

  • Electricity and magnetism by K. K. Tiwari.
  • Electricity and magnetism by D. N. Vasudev.
  • Non-conventional energy sources by G. D. Rai.
  • Text Book of Engineering Physics by A. C. Niranjan.
  • Energy Technology by S. Rao & B. B. Rarulekar.
  • Mathematical Physics by Satyaprakash.
  • Elementary Biophysics by P. K. Srivastava.
  • Biophysics by Pattabhi and N. Gautam.
  • Introduction to Biophysics by C. Sybesma.
  • Essentials of Biophysics by P. Narayanan.

Laboratory course for BSc III Semester (Physics)

Paper: Practical 3


  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 III.
  3. Result must be written with correct physical units in S1 system.
  4. A certified record book consisting of practical work must be produced in the practical examination for assessment.


  1. BH using Helmotz Galvanometer.
  2. Charge sensitivity of Ballistic Galvanometer.
  3. Deasutys Bridge, DC using BG.
  4. Deasutys Bridge, AC using head phone.
  5. Field along the axis of a circular coil.
  6. Study of electromagnetic induction by oscillation of bar magnet.
  7. Mutual induction by direct method.
  8. Estimation of Chlorophyll in the plant cell.
  9. Study of absorption spectrum in Chlorophyll.
  10. Binomial distribution (coin tossing) – Statistical distribution.
  11. Charging and discharging of capacitor.
  12. Half wave and full wave rectifier.
  13. Determination of C by Maxwell’s bridge.
  14. Determination of L by Maxwell’s bridge.
  15. Verification of Faraday’s law.
  16. Determination of wind energy using given data.
  17. Earth inductor.
  18. Determination of Reynolds’s number for the flow of different fluids.
  19. Study of Gobar gas plant.
  20. Conductivity of an electrolyte using Kohlrausch Bridge.
  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.