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MODIFIED CURRICULUM

B.Com.

From the batch of Students admitted in the Academic Year 2008-09

ACHARYA NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY NAGARJUNA NAGAR – 522 510

B.COM. COURSE STRUCTURE
First Year w.e.f. the Academic Year 2008-09 (From the batch of Students admitted in the year 2008-09) Part – I : S.No. 1 2 3 Subject English Language including communication skills Second language Contemporary India: Economy, Polity and Society (foundation Course) Total Hrs per week 6 4 3 13 No of Marks 100 100 100 300

Part – II : S.No. 5 6 7 8 Subject Financial Accounting Business Economics Business Organization & Management Fundamentals of Information Technology Total : Grand Total : Hrs per week 6 4 5 5 20 33 No of Marks 100 100 100 100 400 700

Note – 1 : Note – 2 :

All are credit Subjects for award of Pass / Class. Model question papers that are not available with this booklet will be sent to the Colleges in due course

FIRST YEAR ENGLISH Syllabus PAPER – I (Part – I)
Part – A (50 Marks) POETRY Title of the Poem 1. Ode to Autumn 2. Dover Beach 3. The Unknown Citizen 4. Poem – 36 5. Myriad-Winged Bird 6. Telephone Conversation PROSE Title of the Prose Lesson 1. Is Progress Real? 2. Stephen Leacock 3. The Best Investment I Ever Made 4. Prospects of Democracy 5. I Have a Dream 6. Letter to a Teacher

Max. Marks : 100

Name of the Poet John Keats Mathew Arnold W. H. Auden Rabindranath Tagore A. Satyavathi Devi Wole Soyinka

Name of the Author Will Durant Conjuror’s Revenge A. J. Cronin Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Martin Luther King Nora Rossi and Tom Cole

GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY 1. Reading Comprehension 2. Verb Forms 3. Right Words (Synonyms, Antonyms, Homonyms and One-Word Substitutes) 4. Idioms 5. Detection of Errors FURTHER READING FOR FIRST YEAR Short Stories: 1. How Far is the River 2. Little Girls are wiser than Men One-Act Plays 1. The Boy Comes Home 2. Merchant of Venice (Casket Scene only) Ruskin Bond Leo Tolstoy A. A. Milne William Shakespeare

LANGUAGE USAGE 1. Punctuation (to be given from a one-act play) 2. Dialogue Writing (to be given from a short story)

Part – B (50 Marks) COMMUNICATION CURRICULUM
YEAR – I COMMUNICATION CURRICULUM Year – I / Level – I Modules Topics Concepts / Activities Additional Infrastructure Frame Requirement 40 Hours 1-B-1 English Spoken 1. Neutralization • • of Accent• Pronunciation • 15 Intro to English sounds Practice in identifying Vowels Symbols, words, stress, using Consonants(GIE) The dictionary, common words (Contrasted with Br.E, Am.E) Syllables Stress Intonation Reducing MTIProblematic Sounds of regional Language 5 Self – Introduction Hobbies and favorites Greeting people Giving instructions/directions, making requests, asking permission, offering help Sound System Time

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• • Informal English • differences • 2. Formal / Monologue / Dialogue 3. Telephoning Skills

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1-B-2

Listening 1. Listening for stress, accent, Comprehension rhythm and intonation 2. Listening for the main idea 3. Listening for specific information

Types of calls 5 • Call structure-stages of a call • Leaving a message • Role play • Voice modulation practice • Identifying sounds / word stress / 5 intonation patterns • •

Speaker Phone recommended

Audio CD / Tapes

4. Listening for pleasure

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Listening to and understanding a 4 speech /talk conversation Handling a cell-(live / answering 4 machine) listening to and taking down a message Following instructions / directions Dictation practice 2 Stories, anecdotes, English songs

Audio CD / Tapes • • Audio CD / Tapes Site maps recommended Audio CD/tapes

Reference book : A course in Listening and speaking – I

The Pattern of the Question Paper for the First Year : English 1. Prose: 10 (Section - A) 2. Poetry: 10 (Section - B) 3. Additional Reading (Non-Detailed Text): 10 (Section - C) 4. Reading Comprehension , Grammar & Vocabulary: 20 (Section - D)

Question Paper Model Section – A
I. Answer any FIVE out of EIGHT...
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