The departments in the college, in addition to the regular programmes, offer short-term courses which are categorized into add-on courses and certificate courses. .The add-on courses primarily aim at sharpening the skills of the learners in the disciplines they major in. These courses are exclusively designed by the departments for their own students with the aim of horning their skills in the discipline concerned. The certificate courses, on the other hand, are meant for students from any departments and are basically meant to prepare them for competitive examinations and better employability skills. All these short-term courses have their own well- stated objectives, modules, and course outcomes which are realized with the help of course work and systematic instruction. The details of all the short-term courses offered by various departments in the college are as follows.
The department offers a two -month duration Add- on course for its undergraduate and graduate students for developing a creative outlook on copywriting. Over the duration of this course, you will learn the strategies for writing effective ads and to create different types of advertising and marketing copies. This course will also give you the information you need to pursue a career as a copywriter.
The conceptual art of copywriting flows from ideas often created in a team consisting of copywriter and art director. Since a copy is rarely without a design, a copywriter has to possess a visual sense and know how to synthesize complicated information, understand marketing strategies and draw a creative strategy from that.
Target : Final year UG and PG students of the Department
Becoming a copywriter-How copywriters write-More advanced writing strategies-Writing for social media-Setting up as a copywriter
Write with clarity-Principles of Marketing-Some essentials to make the marketing stand out-Advertisement and visualization
Marketing phrases that make customers buy-Powerful marketing words-Words to boost our brands-Magic marketing words-quick view of Facebook ads
Most important things every writer needs to know-Creative writing-Grab a writing prompt to go
What is print advertising-Print adverts: The best and campaigns around-Clever print ad examples for digital world-Powerful and creative print ads
How to write engaging and compelling website copy- What is copy writing-Effective copy for the website-Editing copy for the website
Specific format and outline-Amazing feature articles in 5 steps-How to structure a feature article-Writing white papers-What is white paper writing-How are whitepapers different from blog post and E books
Writing unique TV commercials- TV script: How to write like a Professional-Writing for various media platforms-Writing a script for a commercial writing-Exciting venture into writing a TV commercial
Number of instructional hours:30 Hours
Duration of the Programme : October-November
Credits : Noncredit programme
Pedagogy : Hybrid
Continuous Evaluation :10 marks
Summative Assessment :40 marks
Total :50 marks
Assignment/ Seminar :5 Marks
Application Level Test :5 Marks
End semester examination :30 Marks
Practical Viva :10 marks
Paragraph 5x3=15 Marks
Short Answer 2x5=10 Marks
Objective 5x1=5 Marks
Duration of the Examination :1 hr.
Students should have at least 65 % attendance and must have secured at least 55% marks.
Successful candidates will be awarded with a certificate issued by the college.
COURSE CODE- GASCKENG C01
This course is specially designed for those who aspire to take PSC exams for various job recruitments. English is an important subject in all walks of life. The course has been designed with the aim to sharpen their comprehension and writing skills. Hence it focuses on the core elements in English grammar which generally job aspirants find challenging.
It aims at equipping job aspirants in the core topics of English grammar.
To make the candidate well versed to speak grammatically correct sentences.
To give them sufficient practice in developing writing skills.
Candidates get a thorough finishing school experience in grammar and related areas. It boosts their level of confidence to appear for competitive exams that come under PSC.
Module 1: Parts of Speech
Examples and Rules, Parts of Speech Table, Quiz
Module 2: Word class
Vocabulary, Definitions and Examples
Module 3: Prepositions
What is a preposition, types of preposition, examples
Module 4: Concord
Rules and concepts, exercises, quizzes
Module 5: Tense forms
Basic English tenses, types and moods, quizzes
Module 6: Change the voice
Active voice examples and exercises, passive voice examples
Module 7: Verb forms
Finite and non-finite verbs, regular and irregular verbs
Module 8: Types of English Pronouns
Possessive pronouns, reflexive pronouns etc, exercises, quizzes
Module 9: Conjunctions
Conjunctions: definition, types, exercises
Module 10: Types of Sentences
Four types of sentences, sentence types quiz
Module 11: Reported Speech
Types, examples and exercises
Module 12: Punctuation
Punctuation marks, examples, rules. exercises
Module 13: Singular/Plural
examples, exercises, quizzes
Module 14: Idioms
Idioms and phrases, examples, overview, quizzes
Book for Reference
Oxford Practice Grammar—John Eastwood
TOTAL INTAKE OF STUDENTS – 25
Number of instructional hours:30 hours
Duration of the programme: September-November
Targeted group: UG and PG students of all the Departments
Credits: Noncredit Programme
Continuous Evaluation: 10 Marks
Summative Assessment:40 Marks
Quizzes: 5 marks
Class tests: 5 marks
End semester examination: 30 marks
Practical viva:10 marks
Question Paper Patterns
Short Answer 5x2=10
Duration of the Examination:1 hr
Students should have at least 60% attendance and must have secured at least 50% marks
Successful candidates will be awarded with a certificate issued by the Department.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
CERTIFICATE COURSE DETAILS
NAME OF THE COURSE: CERTIFICATE COURSE IN E-COMMERCE
COURSE CODE: GASCKCOM02
DURATION: 30 Hrs.
TARGET LEARNERS: 30 STUDENTS FROM THE GOVERNMENT COLLEGE KONDOTTY
ELIGIBILITY: 10+2+ADMISSION ON ANY COURSE
Module 1: Introduction to E-commerce: Introduction, E-commerce or Electronic Commerce- an Overview, Electronic Commerce – Electronic Commerce Framework, E- Marketing, Internet Marketing Techniques, Evolution of E-commerce, History of Electronic Commerce, Advantages and Disadvantage of E-commerce, Roadmap of e-commerce in India
Module 11: Electronic Payment Systems: Electronic Cash, Smart Cards and Electronic Payment Systems, Credit Card Based Electronic Payment Systems, Risks and Electronic Payment Systems, payment Processing. E-Mail and Secure Email Technologies for Electronic Commerce, Basic Marketing Concepts, Internet Marketing Technologies, B2C and B2B E-commerce marketing and business strategies, The Retail sector, Analyzing the viability of online firms, E-commerce in action: E-tailing Business Models, Common Themes in online retailing, The service sector: offline and online, Online financial services, Online Travel Services, Online career services
Module 111: Building an E-commerce Web Site: A systematic Approach, The e- commerce security environment, Security threats in the e-commerce environment, Technology solution, Management policies, Business procedures, and public laws, Payment system, E-commerce payment system, Electronic billing presentment and payment.
Department of Mathematics
GASCKMATA01 - INTRODUCTION TO LATEX
About the course:
Latex is a system for typesetting documents. This course provides an introduction to the basics of Latex, help students to prepare different types of documents involving mathematical entities. The course provides a basic understanding to the theory of latex and focuses more on practical preparation of mathematical documents like articles, books and presentations. The course sets a footing for the students to advance into the higher levels of latex as per individual requirements.
By the end of the course a student will learn the basic theory of latex which will help to learn different features of latex themselves. The student will be able to typeset different types of documents such as articles, journal papers, books and presentations. The student can advance into the higher levels of latex for using more classified features.
Module 1: (5 hours)
Why latex ?, Getting started with latex, Document class, Packages in Latex.
Module 2: (15 hours)
Modifying Text, Environments, Typesetting the equations, Arrays and matrices, Tables, Floating bodies, Sectioning, Moving information around.
Module 3:(10 hours)
Pictures and Colors, Bibliography, Citing References.
Assessment and Pass Criteria:
Department of Urdu
Scheme and Syllabus for add-on Course in Urdu
Name of the Program Journalistic Writing in Urdu
Course Code GASCK URD 02
Duration of the program 12 weeks
Contact Hours 45 hours
The final year students of BA Urdu of this College, who wishes to learn and practice Journalistic writing in Urdu.
Intake: 25 students /Batch.
About the Course
This is an add-on course offering by Dept. of Urdu, Govt. Arts & Science College kondotty, aims to develop advanced skills in journalistic writing. The course will equip the learners to achieve a reasonable mastery in the journalistic writing. In the journalistic writing focusing on News Report preparation, Dialogue writing, Interview taking &writing, Preparation of Articles, 5W & IH principle, Inverted pyramid, Documentary preparation , Translation skills from Malayalam to Urdu and Vice versa. This course Provides Practical lessons and peer team activities to develop their competencies in the field. The course will be very useful to those students who wish to work in the field of Print or electronic media.
The classes will conduct in the evening periods after the regular class.
Course out Come
Students achieve the skill of understanding the role of media, Journalistic approach to an incident.
Students achieve the skill to express their experience, Ideas, thoughts, imaginations, feelings in a logical and a comprehensive style.
Students achieve the skill to prepare dialogues, articles, interviews according to needs and demands of the time.
Students achieve the skills of translation from Malayalam to Urdu & vice versa.
News –News and media – Media and Society- Different kinds of programs broadcasting /Telecasting through Radio & televisions-Critical evaluation of programs.
Report writing -features of news report- Editing- Headings and sub headings-Editorial-5W & 1H-Interview-Interviews for Radio, Newspapers, and Television-Dialogue writing for Radio- Column Writing- Editorial- News and news analysis –Preparing a news paper-News & Translation: Textual translation-Free translation
Books for references:
Television Nashriyat: Thareekh, Thahreer , Technique…. Dr. Anjum Usmani, Nayi awaz, New Delhi
Radio nashriyat: thareekh, Asnaf aur peshkash……..Dr. Zubair Shadab, Educational Book house, Aligarh
Tharjam aur tharseel…..Dr. M Hassoo
Fan-e-tharjama nigari……..Dr. Khaleeq anjum
Rahbar-e-Akhbar naveesi……Dr. Syed Iqbal Qadri, NCPUL
Khabar nigari ke bunyadi usool, Khabron ka husool aur uske zarayih…….DDE, MANUU, Hyderabad
Editing ke bunyadi usool……DDE, MANUU, Hyderabad
There will be two type of Assessment.ie. Continuous Evaluation and Term end Evaluation.
Continous Evaluation Carrying 10 Marks
Assignment /Seminar-4 Marks
Attendance -2 Marks
Term Evaluation -4 Marks
Term End Evaluation Carrying 40 Marks
Duration of the Examination: 1.5 Hours.
Certificate Course in Urdu
Scheme and Syllabus
Name of the Program Communicative Urdu
Course Code GASCK URD 01
Duration of the program 8 weeks
Contact Hours 30 hours
Anyone who has learned Urdu as a subject until 10th Standard (SSLC) and wishes to learn Urdu.
Intake: 25 students /Batch.
About the Course
This a certificate course aims to develop basic language skills. The course will equip the learners to achieve a reasonable mastery of all the language skills: LSRW. This course Provides Practical lessons and peer team activities to develop their language competencies. The course will be very useful to those students who wish to go outside Kerala for higher studies, who wish to work abroad and to work in media.
The classes will conduct in the Saturdays of the October, November, December months of every year.
Course out Come
Students achieve the skill of understanding, Speaking, Reading and Writing Urdu Language.
Students achieve the skill to express their Ideas, thoughts, imaginations, feelings in Urdu.
Students achieve the skill to prepare dialogues, notes in Urdu.
Students understand the importance of Urdu.
Urdu Language a brief introduction-Urdu letters- pronunciation-how to write letters- Use of Izafath-Huroof Shamsi & Qamari-use of vav atf-Punctuation Marks, Abbreviations and Numerals- Situational conversations- Auxiliary Verb- Question words-Possessive Pronouns Masculine and Feminine.
Ibtedayi Urdu (The following Chapters)
Urdu zaban ka Irtiqa
Imtihan ka khouf
Tandurusti hazar nihmat hain
Tarana e Hindi
Urdu for All…. Dr. Roop kishan Bhat, NCPUL, New Delhi
Ibtedayi Urdu ……..Dr. Roop kishan Bhat, NCPUL, New Delhi
Books for reference:
Urdu Zaban o Qawid…..Shafi Ahmed Siddiqui, Maktaba Jamia, New Delhi
There will be two type of Assessment.ie. Continuous Evaluation and Term end Evaluation.
Continuous Evaluation /10 Marks
Assignment /Seminar-4 Marks
Attendance -2 Marks
Term Evaluation -4 Marks
Term End Evaluation Carrying 40 Marks
Duration of the Examination: 1.5 Hour.
DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND HOTEL MANAGEMENT
About the programme
Ensuring people are able to travel and engage in tourism activity safety and comfortable is central to realizing the economic and other benefits of tourism growth. GASCKBTHM C01 is aimed inspiring the students to look into the career path of travel facilitation by equipping them with the basic knowledge and information required for travel and tourism as well as to provide basic skills for travel documentation –passport,visa,ticketing,etc.
TARGET : 2nd Year students of all departments of the college
ADMISSION CRITERIA : Maximum 25 students per batch , on first come first serve basis
To understand about public transportation and accommodation
To familiarize about travel documentation
To learn to do basic travel documentation – application for passport and visa
To familiarize about ticket booking – air , rail and bus
MODULE 1: 7 hrs
Concept of tourism and travel – components of tourism
Modes of public transportation: surface transportation :- Type of roads transportation – rail transportation in India:- Types of trains and classes of journey – Ind-Rail pass, luxury tourist trains,Eu-rail pass – Airline:- types, classes of Air journey – water transportation – Types, Cruise liners.
ACCOMADATION:- Hotel – star hotels, Resorts, House boats,Home stay,Youth hostels.
MODULE 2: 4 hrs
Travel documents : Requirements to travel abroad – Passport: Indian Passport – Types. How to Apply for Indian Passport – Normal and Tatkal – Passport Seva – documents required to apply for Indian Passport – Biometric Passport – Emigration Clearance
MODULE 3: 5 hrs
Visa : Types of Visa – ETA – Common requirements for VISA – Categories of Visa offered by India to foreigners – Visitor, Family and Employment Visa to UAE. And Soudi Arabia. Students and Visitor Visa to Canada, and Australia. Countries that Indians can visit without VISA on arrival
MODULE 4: 4hrs
Other Travel Documents : Special permits – Health Certificates, types of Travel Insurance – IATA Courses for Air ticketing – How to book bus, Train and Air tickets through Online –GDS, www.irctc.co.in, travel portals
Documentation Activities mentioned in modules 2,3 and 4
Number of instructional hours :30 hrs
Credits :Non credit programme
Continuos evalution : 10 Marks
Perfomance of documentation task, Grooming
End semester examination : 30 Marks
Practical via : 10 hrs
Question paper pattern
Paragraph 5*3 = 15 Marks (4 to choose)
Short answer 2*5 = 10 Marks (6 to choose)
Objectives 1*5 = 5 Marks (no choice)
Duration of examination : 1 hour
Students should have at least 60% attendance and must have secured at least 50% marks.
Successful candidates will be awarded a certificated issued from the college
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
LIFE SKILL COURSE- (PRAGMATICA)
Introduction :- Department of Physical education , Government Arts & Science college , Kondotty has designed a life skill course – pragmatica- for empowering students with practical life skills which shall be quite useful for them in their day to day life in future.
Course content:- The course mainly aims on awareness about health and fitness together with life skills like swimming, aerobic exercise, strength training awareness, food & nutrition and yoga awareness.
Module 1. Introduction about the course as follows
Session 1- general awareness on health and fitness, aerobic training, strength training
Session 2- Swimming, food & nutrition and yoga.
Session 1- Aerobic exercise- types of aerobic activities , practical demonstration, its importance on cardio respiratory system.
Session 2- Strength straining exercise – importance - demonstration with video- strength straining using own weight – working from home.
Session-1 – yoga introduction (theory)- hatha yoga- asanas
Session -2 – yoga –practical –demonstration and practice
Module -4 - Swimming
Session -1 – theory - Swimming – basic lessons- breathing –breath holding, movement of arm –position of body-head down – free style and other strokes
Session 2- Practical session at pool/river- individual training with basic free style movement- hand and leg movement .
Duration : - The course has four modules of two sessions each which usually conducts on Saturday afternoons preferably 3 30 pm to 5 30 pm. The course shall finish by four weeks and certificate shall be given upon successful completion of course.
Conduct of course : For the academic year 2016-17 , Department of Physical Education commenced the course on 6th of August 2016 for the next four Saturdays .
Target Learners: Students of Physical Education open course and other interested students from various departments were part of the life skill course.
Department of Computer Science
A short course in
BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS
It is a fact that the students of this college have successfully completed their Higher Secondary and Secondary education, where ICT is a part of their curriculum. Yet some of our students are far behind when it comes to application of computer skills. This course is designed to up skill such students from first year UG classes to provide an understanding and practical experience of current software used at home and in the workplace.
Course Outcome: After finishing the course the students will be able to browse internet, locate accurate information, and use MS Word, Excel and Power point programmes. They will be able to create, save, and manage documents, spreadsheets and presentations.
Duration: 9 hours
Moule1: 2 hour/ Microsoft Word Basic
Learn how to create, edit, format, and share documents with ease using Microsoft Word.
Moule2: 3 hours/Microsoft PowerPoint Basic
Learn how to make advanced Power Point presentation slides, animations and videos.
Moule3: 2 hours /Microsoft Excel Basic
Basic concepts of Microsoft Excel.
Moule4: 2 hours/Google Applications / Web Browsing
Introduce important google products like gmail, google meet, google classroom , google sheet etc and also learn the basics for browsing the web.
SESSION 1 : Microsoft Word Basic (Duration - 2 hours)
Microsoft Word: Create, edit and format documents
Using templates and building blocks
Numbered and bulleted lists
Working with columns and tables
Proofing tools in Word like spell check and grammar checking
SESSION 2 : Microsoft Power Point Basic (Duration - 3 hours)
Using theme and background
Work with Slide master
Animate Text and Objects
Insert and modify SmartArt Graphics
Insert Sound and Video in a Presentation
Create Graphics using PowerPoint
Transform your data to visual story.
Learn smart tools to present your information
SESSION 3 : Microsoft Excel Basic (Duration - 2 hours)
Work with Cells and Worksheets
Calculate Your Data
Format your Workbook
Add Charts and Graphics
Analyze your Data
Filter and sort table data.
SESSION 4 : Google Applications / Web Browsing (Duration - 2 hours)
Introduction to internet, www and web browsers
Using a Web browser
Downloading and Uploading
Using Search Engines
The College Council consists of the Principal and Heads of the Department of each subject of study, two persons elected from the staff members, Librarian of the General Library and the Ministerial Head of Administrative Staff of the College Office. The Principal is the ex-officio President of the Council. The Council is empowered to consider and report of any question concerning accommodation, course of instruction, or rules of discipline referred to it by the Principal but is shall not interface in any manner with the general administration of the college which is vested in the Principal acting under the orders of the Director of Collegiate Education. All questions of promotion, term certificates and scholarships shall ordinarily be decided by the Council. All cases of serious misconduct on the part of students involving loss of their term certificates or their removal or expulsion from the College shall be dealt with by the Principal, ordinarily in consultation with the College Council.
The College Development Committee (CDC) is a mandatory body which includes the District Collector as its Chairman and the Principal as Convener. Other members include the Vice President of PTA, the President of Alumni Association, Chairman of the College Union, the Executive Engineer of the PWD-Buildings Division and four persons nominated by the Director of Collegiate Education. The committee is responsible for identifying infrastructural requirements of the college on priority basis and utilising the funds available in matching grants heads. The committee also takes active role in assessing the overall needs of the college for ensuring quality in teaching and learning. The Committee has powers to accept donations from the public. The staffs of the college are also permitted to make collections towards the fund in the name of the “College Development Fund”. An amount equal to the funds raised by the Committee towards the college development fund be given by the Government as grant. The grant will be paid taking into account the collections made up to the 31st of December every year.
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The College is affiliated to the University of Calicut, Kerala. It follows the rules and regulations set by the University/Government in all matters related to admissions and conduct of the courses. Usually, the University announces the admission notification in June-July every year. Since the university of Calicut has centralised the under-graduate/post-graduate admissions, candidates seeking admission can apply online at www.cuonline.ac.in
Several central and State government scholarships are provided to to meritorious students as well as socially and economically challenged students. For further details visit the web links.
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|2||SUVARNA JUBILEE MERIT SCHOLARSHIP||www.dcescholarship.kerala.gov.in|
|3||POST METRIC SCHOLARSHIP||www.scholarships.gov.in|
|4||Central Sector Scholarship||www.scholarships.gov.in|
|5||KERALA STATE MERIT SCHOLARSHIP||www.dcescholarship.kerala.gov.in|
|6||MUSLIM NADAR GIRLS SCHOLARSHIP||www.dcescholarship.kerala.gov.in|
|7||CH Muhammed Koya Scholarship||http://dcescholarship.kerala.gov.in|
|9||Prof.Joseph Mundassery Scholarship Award||www.minoritywelfare.kerala.gov.in|
|10||Blind /PH Scholarship||www.dcescholarship|
Wisdom square is the inner courtyard in the college and it houses a stunningly finished work of art. At the centre, there is an uncapped pen which is placed on the pages of an open book for the reader to resume reading from where he/she has stoppped. The courtyard is named wisdom square because the book and the pen on it are two integral tools to open up and enter the vast world of wisdom. The architect’s imaginative mind keeps the onlookers reminded that those who step in to the college have to seek knowledge, grow wise and reach higher aims only with those two powerful and transformative instruments of wisdom- Reading and Writing.
The square, built in 2021 and jointly funded by the former Principal, Dr. Abdul Gafoor, AK, Vice Principal Dr. Abdul Latheef V, building contractor, Nishad and College PTA is a centre of inspiration both artistically and academically. The architect is Mr. Rajesh K Pannikode.
The College has a systematic mechanism to collect feedback from all stakeholders- students, teachers and parents etc. The feedback forms, especially designed for the purpose, are given to the respondents to register their responses regarding the academic, administrative and infrastructure facility and service that the college provides. The feedback collection is done, either online and offline, from students at the end of each semester.
The links for online feedback forms can be accessed from the file below.
This form is to be filled up by each teacher after giving (online) classes and it will be used as a document for the future reference.