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Sunday, 6 August 2017

CURRICULUM DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT



TAMIL DEPARTMENT
CURRICULAM DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
2013-2014 FROM
FOR PG TAMIL STUDENTS
 FIRST YEAR –SECOND SEMESTER
Comparative Literature
Aim -
We frame Comparative Literature syllabus for Second Semester to First M.A., students. Comparative Literature allows them to study an exceptionally broad range of literature in World wide.  Giving you a Indian (and indeed global) perspective on a range of literary genres (drama, novel, short story, essay, diary, poetry), themes and movements as they evolve both within and beyond national and cultural boundaries. We frame the syllabus with five units.

First Unit- Literary Integration - Literature Comparison - Emotion and Knowledge - Four Types - Literary View - Competition in World Countries - Experts in Theory - Comparative Tamil - Scientific Methods - French Theory - American Doctrine.

second Unit - Comparative and Other Departments - Translation Department - Psychology - Music - Art - Painting - Verbal Theory.
 
Third Unit World Literature Introduction - Sangam Literature, Northern Literature, Greek Literature, Latin Literature - Comparative Versatile Songs, Natural Songs, Pontificates, Self-Inspiration Songs, Handbags.
 
Fourth Unit Comparison of Indian context - The impact of Western literature in Indian poetry - Literature in the Tamil - Literature related literature - Contributions of fictional scholars.
 
Fifth Unit Comparative Literature Comparison - Bharathi and Sundaram Pillai, Valluvar Pattukottaiyar, Bharathiathasan and Innovator (Monolingual) - We are proud of the three categories of literature - the bilingual literature comparison - (bilingual) Magicians, company and magicians (multilingual).
 
Benefits  - Students with a degree in Comparative Literature are highly prized by employers and typically pursue a wide variety of careers around the world. As a graduate in Comparative Literature they will have:
  • a rich knowledge of other cultures and identities;
  • highly sophisticated reading and analytical skills;
  • outstanding language and communication skills;
  • the ability to put information in context;
  • excellent team-working and presentation skills from class work and group projects;
  • the capacity to process and assimilate complex material from a range of cultures.

The study of Comparative Literature at our college especially for M.A., Tamil students  opens up the richness of the world’s great literature to ALL students, even if they are not are able to read the literature we offer in the original language(s). Students with reading ability in a particular foreign and Indian language (or languages) will be invited to read the originals where appropriate and to share the additional insights that this type of comparison brings.
Literary translation
M.A., TAMIL second year  - fourth semester.   
Aim - 'Translated books have profoundly shaped our cultural perspective over the past half century' - Jon Parrish Peede, Awaiting News at the Dock.
Literature is a mirror of the social and cultural relationships within a people, a society and a culture. When works of literature are translated from a foreign language, the recipients in the new language are enabled to achieve insight into the social and cultural conditions of that people or nation. And because dialogue​​ between cultures requires channels, literature is also a highly important tool in that dialogue. If one wishes to get to know a culture, two options are available: either one learns the language, or one reads the literature in translation. Of course, language teaching is subject to limitations, simply because there are so many languages that it's impossible to learn them all; so translation will continue to be the most important channel of communication between cultures.
Related the Comparative Literature paper we introduced Translation Literature to the M.A., second year student for their fourth semester.    In India, we have several languages, literatures and cultures.  So, In this Paper we Select  Ten Best Indian LANGUAGES. And Ten books from them.  (poetry ,drama, novel, short story, essay).
First unit  is poem of Badruhari from Sanskrit and Tagor`s Geethanjali from Bengal , 
second unit is `Endamoori short- stories` from Telugu and  Rishikesh panda`s `Oru cartoon with 7 colour paintings`  from oriya,
Third unit is Kiris Karnat`s `Nagamandalam`  drama from kanada and `Kuttu pannai` drama from Malayalam,
Forth unit  is Niranjan thasneem `Poluthu Pularnthathu ` from Panjabi, v.s kandekar`s  `Iru thuruvankal` from Marathi.
fifth unit is From valca to Gangai  by Ragulasakirthyayan from Hindi.
Benefits  - Our students will get broad knowledge about Indian literatures and cultures.

Tamil Internet
M.A., Tamil second year -Third semester
Aim - Introduction of computer use and web application to students.

We introduce the Tamil internet paper for PG Tamil students. Students in institutions of higher learning should take advantage of information available on the Internet in their coursework. The Internet is also utilized for social and other non-academic functions. Hence, it is desirable, for students to strike a balance in the time spent online for academic and  non-academic purposes. The number of Internet users is growing explosively worldwide, with 44.8% Internet users coming from Asia alone.  In Tamil nadu , Internet users have increased very rapidly too.

Advances in computer technology have enabled the Internet to serve as a platform not merely to seek information, but also to exchange ideas and knowledge with other users, and obtain expert opinions via email, teleconferencing, chatting and other avenues. Nevertheless, the advent of social network sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and others that include chatting and online games have changed the perception on Internet use from one that is associated with learning to that of a socializing facility. Such website applications have resulted in the Internet being used for both academic and non-academic activities. Several studies have been conducted to identify the use of Internet among youth and students in institutions of higher education.

Benefits - Students with a degree in Tamil Internet knowledge  are highly prized by employers and typically pursue a wide variety of careers around the world.
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