CCSEAS BA Courses

BA Courses

Course No. Course AdviserCourse TitleCourse descriptionCredits
EL 101CHemant AdlakhaLISTENING ABILITYThe course introduces Chinese sound-system, phonetic alphabet, initials and finals, combinations of initials and finals and four tones through drills and listening to tapes.
2
EL 102CRakesh KumarSPEAKING ABILITYA course in spoken Chinese through simple expressions from text and everyday Chinese
2
EL 103C
Rakesh Kumar
READING ABILITYThe aim of the course is to enable the students to reproduce the text with correct tone and pronunciation through drills and practice.
2
EL 104CSabaree MitraCOMPREHENSIONThe aim of the course is to enable the students to have understanding of the text and answer questions based on text through exercises.
2
EL 105CHemant AdlakhaWRITING ABILITYIntroduction to the writing of Chinese characters; students should acquire the ability of writing characters and transcribing pin-yin into characters through practice and exercises.
2
EL 107CHemant AdlakhaINTONATION (SOUNDS AND TONES)An introductory Course in Intonation with emphasis on four tones and tonal modifications
2
EL 108CManju HaraCONVERSATIONAL ABILITYConversation through simple sentences in dialogue on topics drawn from everyday life based on text.
2
EL 109CManju HaraREADING ABILITYThe aim of the course is to enable the students to reproduce the text with correct tone and pronunciation through drills and exercises.
2
EL 110CRakesh KumarCOMPREHENSIONObjective of the course is to enable students to have understanding of common expressions and simple questions based on text.
2
EL 111CHemant AdlakhaWRITING ABILITYA course in written expression: Basic sentence structure and use of vocabulary through written exercises.
2
EL 113C
B. R Deepak / Hemant Adlaka
SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT OF EAST ASIAThis course introduces students to the major approaches to the study of Chinese civilization, including history, literature, thought, and religion. It begins with a survey of China's ancient history, highlighting its political, social, economical, technological and literary accomplishments. Then the course examines particular aspects of Chinese civilization from antiquity to the present, including the Chinese way of life, careers of Chinese culture, festivals and traditions, development of its language literature and philosophy etc.
2
EL 114C (Tool)
B R Deepak / Manju Hara
HISTORICAL VICISSITUDES OF EAST ASIAThe aim is to familiarize students with the modern and contemporary historical, political and economical trends in China, including the socio-political conditions at the dawn of 19th century, foreign aggressions and domestic rebellions, China's attempt at the modernization, reforms, warlordism and revolution etc topics. More recent developments such as Chinese economy after reforms and the existing socio-political problems are also be dealt with.
2
EL 201CRakesh KumarREAD CHINESE, COURSE-IAim of the course is to improve the general ability of reading speaking, writing and understanding through oral reproduction of text, written exercises and listening to audio recording.
3
EL 202CRakesh KumarFUNDAMENTALS OF CHINESE ORATION, PART-IAn intermediate course in Chinese oration, the aim of which is to enable students to converse in Chinese. Exercises in Multi-media lab
3
EL 203CM. BhattacharyaGENERAL KNOWLEDGE IN CHINESE /COMPOSITION-IThis course introduces vocabulary related to geography, history and culture of China. This is for improving the writing ability in Chinese on various topics.
3
EL 204CD.S. RawatREAD ABOUT CHINA-IThe aim of this intermediate level course is to introduce various aspects of Chinese society and culture.
3
EL 205CRakesh KumarREAD CHINESE, COURSE-IIAim of this intermediate level course is to further improve the ability of reading, speaking, writing and understanding, through oral reproduction of text, written exercises and listening to tapes.
3
EL 206CRakesh KumarFUNDAMENTALS OF CHINESE ORATION, PART-IIA course in spoken Chinese, it aims to improve the ability to converse and speak on certain topics drawn from everyday life. Exercises in Language Laboratory.
3
EL 207CManju HaraGENERAL KNOWLEDGE IN CHINESE/ COMPOSITION-IIObjective of the course is to enrich vocabulary in Chinese on various topics and improve writing ability.
3
EL 208CD.S. RawatREAD ABOUT CHINA-IIThe aim of the course is to introduce Social, political and cultural life of China.
3
EL 213CRakesh KumarSOCIO- ECONOMIC & POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT IN CHINAThe course attempts to develop an understanding of the major developments and changes in China since 1949 from social, political and economic perspectives and enables them to have a basic understanding of Chinese politics, society and economy. The focus would be on the political and economic institutions, political movements, economic developments and social reforms in contemporary China Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin, and Hu Jintao.
3
EL 214C (Tool)Rakesh KumarLANGUAGE AND LITERATUREThe course introduces students to the literatures and cultures of China. Major authors, works, and literary genres right from Qu Yuan to modern times are discussed. Particular attention is given to the emergence vernacular cultures and the cultural transformations of the late 19th and 20th centuries.
3
EL 301CDayawantiREAD CHINESE COURSE-IIIThe aim of the advanced level course is to expose students to the reading of literary, social & cultural texts.
3
EL 303CB.R.DeepakFLUENT CHINESE-IThe aim of the course is to enable the students to understand and speak on various topics by using terms and expressions based on texts.
3
EL 304C
Hemant Adlakha / Manju Hara

NEWSPAPER CHINESE PART-1
The course provides an introductory understanding to translation from Chinese to English with emphasis to grammatical patterns and sentence structures in Chinese Newspapers. While emphasizing on journalistic writing, stress is laid on improving newspaper vocabulary. Newspaper headlines, short sentences and brief news articles form part of practice.
3
EL 307CD.S. RawatCOMPOSITIONThe course aims to build ability of writing composition using various idiomatic expressions from the text book and other materials selected on general topics of everyday life.
3
EL 308CDayawantiREAD CHINESE, COURSE-IVThe aim of the advanced level course is to expose students to the reading of literary, social & cultural texts.
3
EL 310CB R DeepakFLUENT CHINESEThe aim of the course is to enable the students to understand and speak on various topics by using terms and expressions based on texts. Exercises in MM Lab
3
EL 311CHemant AdlakhaNEWSPAPER CHINESE-IIThe course provides a deeper understanding to translation from Chinese to English and English to Chinese with emphasis to grammatical patterns and sentence structures in Chinese Newspapers. Short news items, commentaries, and articles from Newspapers and periodicals form part of practical work.
3
EL 314CD S RawatCOMPOSITIONA course for improving the ability of reading selected texts and writing composition on various topics.
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