CURRICULUM

I PU Course Plan and Internal Assessment

Part I: LANGUAGES

English

Objectives: The syllabus aims to make learning purposeful and relevant to today’s world. It enables students in acquiring language skills and become more competent in the use of language in a specific and day to day context. The textbook also includes translations of regional writers, which introduces the learners to non-canonical writing in English.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

Text

  1. The Gentlemen of The Jungle
  2. The School Boy
  3. Around a Medicinal       Creeper
  4. Oru Manushyan(A Man)
  5. Money Madness

  1. Babar Ali
  2. If I was a Tree
  3. Watchman of The Lake
  4. The Farmer’s Wife
  5. Fredrick Douglass

  1. An Old Woman
  2. Two Gentlemen of Verona
  3. Do not ask of Me, My Love

Grammar

  1. Articles and prepositions
  2. Verbs and Auxiliaries
  3. Jumbled segment
  4. Error Identification

 

  1. Punctuation
  2. Question Forms
  3.  Vocabulary
  4. Letter seeking /giving information

  1. Reading comprehension
  2. Dictionary Entry
  3. Letter of Complaint
  4. Catalogues and Scoreboards
  5. Speaking skills

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic/Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Error Identification

Writing- Worksheet

II

Essay Writing

Write about any general topic in the class

III

One minute Oral Presentation

Oral/ Speech

Learning Outcome: The syllabus develops the various linguistic skills for effective communication and sensitizes the learners to be responsive towards relevant issues of life and society.  

Kannada

Objectives: The aim of I PU syllabus is to develop a literary sense and language skills, specifically reading and writing skills. ‘Sahitya Sanchalana’, the prescribed text contains various literary pieces like medieval and modern Kannada poetry, short stories, drama and grammar which facilitate understanding of different literary theories

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

  1. Vachangalu
  2. Duryodhana vilaapa...
  3. Thallanisadhiru...
  4. Sunami Hadu
  5. Ghandhi
  6. Krushi samskruthi...
  7. Nirakarane
  8. Work book
  9. Drama-  Beppu thakkadi  - To    
  10. hasiru  samarajya.....
  1. Devanolidhana  kulave…
  2. Shishu makkaligo...
  3. Eindhige
  4. Magu mathu…
  5. Holighe yanthra...
  6. Jeevakke Indhana
  7.  Raghi muddhe
  8. Shastri masthara...
  9. Mahatmara guru
  10. Jyothisya...
  11. Work book
  12. Drama- Ellaranthalla...
  13. To chinava Hogalaiah
  1. Halubhidhalu...
  2. Akhanda Karnataka
  3. Naa bari...
  4. Mathe surya baruthane
  5. Devarigondhu...
  6. Budha bisila...
  7. Chaturana...
  8. Work book
  9. Drama-
  10. Kathaleya  nija To jayajaya sivapura

Internal Assessment

Term

Area / Topic

Nature of Assessment

I

 Workbook Part I

Comprehension

Written

Authors

Power point presentation

Contemporary  

social issues  

Skit

II

Workbook Part II Proverbs, letter writing, essay

Written

Poem, Prose  and           Drama

Role – play

Poem

Recitation Reading

III

Short story

Written

Prose

Chart

Making

Drama

Dramatical reading

Learning Outcome:The learner develops cognitive abilities like knowledge comprehension, translation, analysis and synthesis along with a capacity to appreciate the value of the content delivered. Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills are also developed in the learners.

HINDI

Objectives: The I PU syllabus consists of prose, medieval poetry, modern poetry and short stories, comprehension passages, letter writing and aspects of grammar to develop the language skill. The study of inspiring personalities like Swami Vivekanda, Dr B R Ambedkar, travelogue related to Badrinath, and emphasis on the socio-religious culture of India inculcates the interest in the learning process.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

  1. Subject orientation
  2. Basic grammar
  3. Bade ghar ki beti
  4. Kabirdas ke dohe
  5. Kutiya mein rajbhavan
  6. Madhua
  7. Yuvaaon se
  8. Tulsidaskedohe
  9. Thodthi Pathar
  10. Samshaan
  11. NindaRas
  12. Meerabai ke Pad
  13. Ullas
  14. Khoon ka Rishta
  15. Work book  
  1. Binda
  2. Sharan Vachanmrit
  3. Tum gaa do, mera gaan amar ho jaye
  4. Sheet Leher
  5. Baba Saheb Dr Ambedkar
  6. RaskhankeSavaiye
  7. Prathiba ke moolbindu
  8. Siliya
  9. Dil ka daura aurainjaina
  10. Tum aao man ke mugdh meet
  11. Comprehension Passage
  1. Meri BadrinathYatra
  2. Mat ghabrana
  3. Dopehar kaBhojan
  4. Nalayak
  5. Abhinandaneya Nari
  6. Rashtra ka swaroop
  7. Rehersal
  8. Letter Writing

         Revision for exam

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic/Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Analyse any authentic Hindi short story

Written

  Role-play

Oral Presentation

Debate, Discussion, presentation.

Work Book

(Letter Writing)

Written

II

Poetic Drama

Enactment/Skit/Role Play of poetry

Work Book

(Comprehension)

Learning Outcome: The syllabus establishes a strong foundation of the use of language skills, specifically writing skills.

French

Objectives: The students opting for French are beginners. The syllabus is designed such that the students can comprehend aspects of communication, vocabulary, phonetics along with the required grammar as per the prescribed text book.  Various topics on France are also imparted for the benefit of the students to have a fair knowledge about its culture, tradition, society and festivals.

The Workbook contains additional exercises in grammar, puzzles and riddles to make learning interesting and fun.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

  1. Subject orientation
  2. Basic grammar
  3.  Dossier 1: Toi moi nous
  4. Dossier 2: En famille
  5. Work book  
  • Dossier  1 & 2
  1. Dossier3:  Quelle journée!
  2. Dossier4:  Vous désirez?
  3. Dossier5:  Ici et là
  4. Dossier6:  Ailleurs
  5. Work book  
  • Dossier  3, 4, 5 & 6
  1. Dossier 7: Au boulot
  2. Dossier 8: Vivre ensemble
  3. Work book  
  • Dossier  7 & 8
  1. Viva exam preparation
  2. Revision for exam

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic/Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Civilization of France

Collage

 Work book

( basic grammar)

Written

Crossword- jumbled words or sentences  

Presentation

II

Fifty two Verbs Conjugations in different tenses (present, imperatif, passe compose, futur proche&imparfait)

Written

Lesson Reading

Oral presentation

III

Situational dialogues

Enactment in groups

 Workbook

Written

Learning outcome: The study of the syllabus helps the students to develop the basic skills of language learning namely Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. They also gain a glimpse into the life and society of France. The study of French helps in developing young students into global citizens.

Part II - Optional Subjects

HISTORY

Objectives: The objective of first year syllabus is to help students acquire knowledge of terms, concepts, events, facts, ideas, trends, movements and related historical phenomenon. It aims at enabling students to understand different cultures of the world and to enhance a desirable positive attitude necessary for developing a broader outlook in the light of international relations.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

  1. Introduction to History
  2. Meaning and Definitions, Importance of History.
  3. Map work with historical Importance
  4. The story of Human Civilization
  5. History of Ancient    Civilizations
  1. Establishment of Greek    and Roman Empires -Contributions
  2. Rise and spread of Christianity and Islam
  3. Medieval period - Towards change
  4. Beginning of Modern Age
  1. World Revolutions
  2. Napoleon and Rise of    
  3. Nationalism
  4. World wars and International Organizations
  5. Contemporary World
  6. Non-aligned Movement
  7. Emergence of Third World

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic/Unit

Nature of the  Assignment

I

  1. Timeline of World History

(Progressive,  

regressive, comparative time lines)

Chart making and

Written assignment

  1. Comparative  Chart on  Civilizations of the world

Chart making and

Written assignment

II

  1. Presentations on maps of World

Oral Presentation with the use of charts

  1. Personalities of world

Role play

III

Great events, discoveries and inventions of  world

Written

Learning Outcome: The first year history syllabus equips students to understand how the present was shaped through events of the past. It further supports their capacity to analyse the present socio-political scenario in the light of historical knowledge.

ECONOMICS

Objectives : The I PU syllabus aims to introduce students to the Basic Statistical tools which facilitates a better understanding of economic data, help them comprehend the fundamentals of Economics and also to make them aware about the challenges and opportunities faced by contemporary India.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

  • Introduction
  • Economic reforms since 1991
  • Poverty
  • Human Capital Formation in India
  • Rural Development
  • Collection and Organization of data
  • Presentation of Data
  • Measures of Central Tendency
  • Employment-Growth and Changing Structure
  • Index Numbers
  • Infrastructure
  • Environment and Sustainable Development

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic/Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

  1. Human Resources

Collage Making

  1. List any five examples of Qualitative and Quantitative data

Written

Chart making

  1. Identify and Classify Human wants in to Necessities, Comforts and Luxuries

Role Play

II

  1. Visit the college library and write a report on the arrangement  and tabulation of books

Written

  1. Preparation of a table which represents  the height of at least 30 students in a class

Chart making

III

  1. Types of Ecosystems

Chart Making

  1.    Sources of Energy

Chart making/Collage making

  1.  Write 10 slogans on

Environment

Written

Learning Outcome: The syllabus equips the students towards applications of basic statistical tools and to analyze and assess the economic changes in the Indian economy.  

BUSINESS STUDIES

Objectives: The syllabus aims at enabling students to understand the forms of business organizations in its entirety, covering its formation and working pattern.   It also exposes the students to procedures of International Trade and creates awareness among students about the importance of social responsibility.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term  

  1. Orientation of Business studies
  2. Nature and purpose of Business
  3. Forms of business organizations
  4. Joint stock company
  5. Private public and global enterprise(part)

5. Private public and global enterprise

  1. Business services
  2. Sources of business finance
  3. Internal trade
  4. Social responsibilities and ethics of business

  1. International business
  2. Emerging modes of business

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic/Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Choose a locally operated trading business unit. Find out the kind of risks it faces in business and the way it deals with them

Written assignment

To conduct a study into the functioning of a Joint Hindu Family business

(Any one topic of the above)

II

  1. Prepare a report on the companies in public sector which have been selected for disinvestment in the last two to three years examining   the decision

Project Report

  1. Project on Banking services

Project Report

  1. Identify and describe two companies which  you think are socially responsible and irresponsible

      (Any one topic )

Power Point  Presentation

III

  1. Study any business unit/ company which is using E-Commerce considering practicality in terms of its cost.

Report Writing

  1.  Test on topics discussed in current affairs sessions.          

            (Any one)

Written Test

Learning Outcome: The syllabus familiarizes the students on various forms of business ownership, and also makes them aware of the procedures, practices and formalities, rules and regulations in setting up various organizations. It helps them recognize the recent development in business and service sectors and identify career opportunities in this field.

ACCOUNTANCY

Objectives: The I PU syllabus helps the students to understand the basic principles of Accounting and its application and to learn the intricacies of the Accounting Cycle.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

  1. Orientation  
  2. Introduction of accounting
  3. Theory base of accounting
  4. Recording of Business transaction
  5. Trial Balance
  6. Recording of Business transaction II

Recording of business transaction II (cont)

  1. Bank reconciliation statement
  2. Accounting for bills of exchange transaction
  3. Computers in Accounting
  4. Rectification of errors(cont)
  1. Financial statements
  2. Accounts from incomplete records

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic / Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Introduction to Accounting

Collection and Drafting of Specimen of Vouchers

Glossary of accounting terms

Data collection and drafting

II

Bank Reconciliation Statement and Trial balance

Problem solving

III

Financial Statement

Collecting the paper cutting of financial statement of 2013-14 of any three companies and analyzing.

Learning Outcome: The syllabus enables the students to become adept at accounting principles and accounting standards which will help them to prepare financial statements of sole trading concerns.

BASIC MATHEMATICS

Objectives: The syllabus aims to strengthen the application of Mathematics in the study of Commerce and to enhance the practical approach towards various concepts like commercial arithmetic and algebra.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

Algebra

  1. Theory of indices
  2. Logarithms
  3. Progressions

Coordinate Geometry

  1. Coordinate system in a plane
  2. Locus and its equation

Commercial Arithmetic

  1. Simple and compound interest

Algebra

  1. Theory of equations
  2. Linear Inequalities

Trigonometry

  1. Angles and trigonometric ratios
  2. Standard and allied angles

Commercial Arithmetic

  1. Percentage Profit and loss
  2. Linear Function

Coordinate Geometry

  1. Straight lines

Algebra

  1. Number Theory
  2. Sets, Relations and Functions

Commercial Arithmetic

  1. Averages
  2. Annuities

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic / Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Vedic Mathematics

Power point Presentation

II

Trigonometry

Problem Solving

III

  1. Application of Interest and annuities in the real world.
  2. Model question papers

Group presentation

Written

Learning Outcome: The syllabus develops mathematical, statistical and computing skills in the learners, and equips them with the ability to apply the theorems to the quantitative analysis of industrial, commercial or financial business decisions.

STATISTICS

Objectives: The syllabus aims to create awareness about the scope of the subject, and to use the right tools to analyze and present numerical and quantitative data. It also emphasizes on applications of theoretical techniques in order to generate real data and draw inferences.  

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

  1. Pre – Requisites
  2. Introduction to statistics and some basic concepts.
  3. Organization of data
  4. Classification and Tabulation
  5. Diagrammatical, Graphical representation of Data
  1. Central Tendency, Dispersion
  2. Analysis of bivariate data.
  3. Association of attributes.
  4. Interpolation and Extrapolation
  1. Theory of probability
  2. Random variable and mathematical expectation of a discrete random variable

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic/Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Data Collection

Questionnaire method

II

Diagrammatical / Graphical Representation

Chart making

III

Coefficient of Variation

Case analysis

Learning Outcome: The syllabus equips the students with the capacity to reason, analyze, interpret and differentiate various data and it helps them to bring out the application and usefulness of statistics in all fields.  

II PU Course Plan and Internal Assessment

Part I: Languages

ENGLISH

Objectives: The texts encompassed in II PU Course book are drawn from writers of different genres, thematic concerns and time frames, which affords students an opportunity to engage with these, to carve out an informed, accommodative world view. The II PUC English workbook intends to be a continuation of what students have learned in I PU in terms of language structure and function, and also focuses on systematic teaching of vocabulary and concepts in grammar.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

Text

1.Romeo And Juliet

2. Too Dear

3. On Children

4. Everything I need To       Know I Learned In The Forest

5. A Sunny Morning

6. When You are  Old

7. The Gardener

8. To The Foot From Its              Child

9. I Believe Books  Will never Disappear

10. Heaven, If You Are Not On Earth

11. Japan And Brazil Through A Traveler’s

12. The Voter

13. Where There Is A Wheel

14. Water

Grammar

  1. Passive voice
  2. Subject – verb Agreement
  3. Vocabulary
  4. Reported Speech
  5. Job Application Letter

6. Cohesive Devices

7. Report Writing

8. Reading   Comprehension & Poetry

9. Expansion

10. Speaking Skills

11. Note – Taking

12. Summarising

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

Term

Topic / Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Types of Poetry

Chart making

II

Letter Writing

Written

III

Objective type from first term literature & language portions

Online Submission

        

Learning Outcome: The teaching material focuses to develop life skills in students to cope with challenging realities around them and to face life in a more enduring manner.

OPTIONAL LANGUAGES

KANNADA

Objectives: The text contains poetry, short stories, essays and grammar, which orients students towards themes such as science and technology, culture and identity of various ethnic groups and effective communication skills.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

1.     Vachanagalu 1.

Vachanagalu 2.

  • Jaliyamaradante
  • Belagujaava
  • Dhanigala belli lota
  • Krishnegowdanaaane
  • Mumbai jataka
  • Bhashabyasamatturachane.

  • Habbaliavararasaballi
  • Pageyambaalakanembare
  • Mutisikondavanu
  • Hatti...Chita...Mattu
  • Kadadidasalilamtilivandade
  • Badukannupritisuvasanta
  • Aykeyidenammakaiyalli
  • Innu huttadeyirali...
  • Bhashabyasamattuachane.
  • Krishnegowdanaaane
  • Val parai :abhivruddhi..
  • Onduhu..
  • Halliyachahahotelugalu
  • Ommenagutteve
  • Shilubeeriddane
  • Kannada kattuvakelasa
  • Tirulgannadadabennudi
  • Krishnegowdanaaane
  • Bhashabyasamatturachane.

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic / Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

 Workbook Part I

 Comprehension

Written

Prose and poem

Skit

Contemporary social issues

Chart Making

II

Kannada

Grammar and literature

Online Submission

Poets

Presentation

  1. Poems

Recitation

III

 Workbook Part II

Comprehension

Written

Authors

Power point presentation

Contemporary  

social issues  

Skit

Learning Outcome: The learner develops cognitive abilities like reasoning, analysis and synthesis along with a capacity to appreciate the value of the content delivered. Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing skills are also enhanced in the learners.

HINDI

Objectives: The II PU text consists of stories, poetry, one-act plays, biography, essays and articles which aims to improve social awareness and understanding of social movements. The grammar syllabus aims to improve the language skills of the learner.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

1.Subject orientation

Basic grammar

2.Bholaram kajeev

3.Raidas bani

4.Sujaan bhagat

5.Adhikaar

6.Sookhi daali(O A P)

7.Kartavya aur

Sathyata

8. Kayar math ban

9.Vyakaran  parichay

Work book  

10.Surdas ke pad

11.Gangamaiya se

12.Ek vrukshkihathyaa

13.Ek kahaani yah bhi

14.Rahim kedohe

15. Sookhidaali (O A P)

16. Bharat ratnaVishweshwaraiah

17.Vyakaran (upasarg, prathyay)  Work book

18.Chief kidaawat

19.Bihaari kedohe

20.Pratishodh  (O A P)

20.Yaatraa Jaapanki

21.Bharat kidharati

22. Vyakaran

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic / Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Presentation on various social issues

(Group)

Presentation/Collage/Documentary/ Video clippings/Role Play/Skit

Work Book

(Letter /Précis Writing)

Written

II

Grammar and Literature

Online Submission

Work Book

(Vachya, Pad-parichay, translation, ling, vachan. Idioms and phrases)

Written

Drama

Presentation/Skit/video clippings

Learning Outcome: The syllabus helps students to develop strong communication skills, and enhances critical and creative thinking in students. The students are also able to appreciate the different literary frameworks.

FRENCH

Objectives: The syllabus gives a brief understanding of France and its literary and cultural aspects. The grammar introduces basic structure and functions of pronouns, degrees of comparisons and tenses. Language activities focus on creating a fun-filled learning experience.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

  1. Subject orientation
  2. Grammar revision of

IPUC portion

  1. Dossier 1: Au fil du temps
  2. Dossier 2: 64 million de consommateur
  3. Dossier 3: Medias. Fr
  4. Workbook
  • Dossier1,2,3
  1. Dossier 4: Habitants des villes ou de champs
  2. Dossier 5: Cultivonsnosplaisirs
  3. Dossier 6: Les autres et moi
  4. Work book
  • Dossier 4,5,6
  1. Dossier 7: Douce France
  2. Dossier 8: Sur le chemin des mots
  3. Work book
  • Dossier 7,8

4. Solving question paper.

5. Viva exam preparation.

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic / Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Fifty two Verb Conjugations in different tenses (passe compose, passe recent, futur)

Written

II

Situational Dialogue

 Enactment

 Grammar (comparative degree, different types of pronouns)

Chart making

Presentation

Video

III

Grammar sentence construction

Online Submission

Paragraph writing

Written

Learning Outcome: The knowledge of French language is an added advantage and gives ample opportunities, especially in the field of business management, information technology, hospitality, tourism and fashion industry.

Part II - Optional Subjects

HISTORY

Objectives: The II PU syllabus helps students to acquire knowledge of history of India and Karnataka from the prehistoric time to the modern era.  It also aims to impart understanding of socio-religious reform movements and the Indian national movement. It also aims to develop practical skills.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

History of Karnataka

1. Shatavahanas of Paithan to

Vijayanagara Empire.

2. Map work – places of

historical importance.

History of Karnataka

Bhakthi Movement to Unification of Karnataka

History of South India

4. Cholas of Tanjore and Pallavas of Kanchi – Cultural contributions.

History of India

5. Introduction to History of

    India.

6. Indus and Vedic Civilization

 History of India

7. Rise of New religions to Kushanas.

8. Delhi Sultanate, Mughal

    Empire, Marathas and Sufism.

9. Advent of Europeans to India, British Supremacy, Impact of British, Socio religious reform movement and Indian National Movement.

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

Term

Topic/Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

 Personalities

Power Point Presentation

History of Karnataka

Comparative chart

II

Quiz- History of Karnataka and India

Online ( LMS)

Documentaries on India and Karnataka

Documentary review

History of India

Comparative chart

III

Workbook

Written ( In class)

Learning Outcome: The syllabus enables students to understand the history, culture, customs and traditions of India. The learning helps students to modify or attain favourable attitude.  

ECONOMICS

Objectives: The II PU syllabus aims at introducing learners to economic theories related to the behaviour of various economic agents. It also helps students to understand the factors that determine various macro-economic aggregates such as national income, trade etc. and the major challenges associated with the measurement of these aggregates.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

PART-A

  1. Introduction to Economics

Chapter 2

Theory of consumer behavior

Chapter 3

Demand analysis

Chapter 4

Production and cost

Chapter 5

The theory of Firm and Perfect Competition

Chapter 6

Imperfect Competitive markets

PART-B

Chapter 7

Introduction

Chapter 8

National Income Accounting

Chapter 9

Money and Banking

Chapter 10

Consumption and Investment function

Chapter  11

Government Budget and Economy

Chapter 12

Open Economy

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic

Nature of the Assignment

I

  1. Case studies of a mixed economy, planned  and capitalist economy
  2.  Different Goods and services
  3. Differences between Micro and Macro economics

Case Study

Collage making

Written

II

  1. Real life examples of Market structures
  2. Imperfect market structures

Written

Micro presentation

Learning Outcome:  The learners are able to demonstrate their knowledge of the fundamental and technical concepts of economics. Students also understand about the determination of macro-economic aggregates and the economic role of the government and the RBI in the monetary and financial markets

BUSINESS STUDIES

Objectives: The II PU syllabus introduces learners to management and its various functions like planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling. It also aims to create awareness about different branches of management namely financial management and marketing management.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

1.SubjectOrientation

2.Marketing

3.Consumer Protection

4.Financial Markets

5.Financial Management

6.Introduction to Management

7.Principles of Management

8.Planning

9.Organising

10. Staffing

11. Directing

12.Controlling

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic / Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Preparing an advertisement copy with all essential factors

Drafting

II

Understanding and working of stock exchange and online

trading

Data collection and drafting

III

Visiting an organization and collecting data and analyzing management style

Group Presentation

Learning Outcome: The syllabus enables the students to learn about internal management techniques of an organization, learn about Consumer Protection Act prevalent in India and enhances understanding about the branches of management.

ACCOUNTANCY

Objectives: The syllabus aims to create an understanding in learners about the accounting procedures followed by partnership firms, joint stock company and non-trading concerns, and also profit comparison through ratio analysis. It also introduces the different methods of depreciating assets.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

  1. Subject orientation
  2. Depreciation, provisions, &Reserves
  3. Accounting for partnership fundamentals
  4. Admission of a partner
  5. Retirement of a partner
  6. Death of a partner
  1. Dissolution of a  partnership firm
  2. Accounting for share capital and debentures
  3. Financial statements of joint stock company
  4. Analysis of financial statements.

  1. Accounting for non profit organisation
  2. Computers in Accountancy

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic / Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Accounting Scandals- Case Studies

Online Submission

II

Partnership

Online quiz –LMS

III

Non Trading Concern

Objective test

Learning Outcome:  The syllabus enables the students to prepare the financial statements of different organizations, enhances decision making and helps the learners in an accounting career.

BASIC MATHEMATICS

Objective: The syllabus aims to strengthen the application of Mathematics in the study of Commerce and to enhance the practical approach towards various concepts like commercial arithmetic, trigonometry, coordinate geometry and algebra.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

Algebra

1. Partial Fractions

2.Mathematical Logic

3. Matrices and Determinants

4. Binomial Theorem

Commercial Arithmetic

  1. Learning Curve

2.  Linear programming problems

Trigonometry

  1.  Heights and Distance

2. Compound angles Multiple angles ,Sub multiple angles &Transformation Formulae

Analytical Geometry

1. Circles

Calculus

  1. Limit &Continuity of a function

Algebra

1. Permutation and Combination

2. Probability

Commercial Arithmetic

1. Bill Discounting

2. Stocks and Shares Analytical Geometry

1. Parabola

Calculus

1. Differential Calculus

2.    Applications of derivatives

Commercial Arithmetic

1. Ratio and Proportion

2. Sales Tax and Value Added Tax

Calculus

1. Indefinite Integrals

2. Definite Integral and its Application to Areas

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic / Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

Matrices and Determinants

Problem Solving

II

Permutation and Combination

Role Play

III

Ratio and Proportion

Model Question Papers

Problem Solving

                             Written

Learning Outcome: The syllabus develops mathematical, statistical and computing skills in the learners, and equips them with the ability to apply the theorems to the quantitative analysis of industrial, commercial or financial business decisions.

STATISTICS

Objectives: The II PU syllabus aims at developing various statistical applications in learners and to use the tools learnt in the first year effectively. It also orients them towards understanding of how to draw inferences based on the same.

Course Plan

I Term

II Term

III Term

  1. Theoretical Distribution -1 (Bernoulli, Binomial)
  2. Vital Statistics
  3. Time series
  4. Index Number
  5. Statistical Quality control
  1. Theoretical Distribution-2
  2. Statistical Inference
  3. Operational Research
  4. Interpolation and extrapolation

  1. Statistical Quality control

Internal Assessment

Term

Topic / Unit

Nature of the Assignment

I

  1. Vital statistics

  1. Time series

  1. Index Number

Analysis of data –application of statistics

Analysis of time series using moving averages, least square method to understand the trend & observed values

Power Point Presentation

II

  1. Theoretical Distribution
  2. Operational Research

Micro Presentation

Quiz

III

        Statistical inference

Case analysis

Learning Outcome:  The syllabus helps the learners to understand the correct tools for drawing inference and also helps them to arrive at conclusions based on the inferences.