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OUTLINE OF CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM, COURSE TITLE COURSE TYPE L T P CREDIT. SEMESTER I, CC 1 Introduction to Core Course 4 0 2 6. Biological Anthropology, CC 2 Introduction to Core Course 4 0 2 6. Socio cultural, Anthropology, GE 1 Any discipline Generic Elective 6. other than Anthropology, AECC 1 Environmental Ability Enhancement Compulsory 4.
Studies Course AECC 1, Total credit 22, SEMESTER II. CC 3 Archaeological Core Course 4 0 2 6, Anthropology. CC 4 Fundamentals of Core Course 4 0 2 6, Human Origin. GE 2 Any discipline Generic Elective 6, other than Anthropology. AECC 2 Communicative Ability Enhancement Compulsory 2. English MIL Course AECC 2, Total credits 20, SEMESTER III.
CC 5 Tribes and Peasants in Core Course 4 0 2 6, CC 6 Human Ecology Core Course 4 0 2 6. Biological Cultural dimensions, CC 7 Genetic and Linguistic Core Course 4 0 2 6. Variability in Human Populations, GE 3 Any discipline other than Generic Elective 6. Anthropology, SEC 1 Public Health and Skill Enhancement Elective SEC 1 2 0 0 2. Epidemiology, Visual Anthropology, Total credits 26.
COURSE TITLE COURSE TYPE L T P CREDIT, SEMESTER IV. CC 8 Theories of Culture and Core Course 4 0 2 6, CC 9 Human Growth and Core Course 4 0 2 6. Development, CC 10 Research Methodology Core Course 4 0 2 6. GE 4 Any discipline other than Generic Elective 6, Anthropology. SEC 2 Media Anthropology Ability Enhancement Elective 2 0 0 2. Tourism Anthropology, Total credits 26, SEMESTER V.
CC 11 Human Genetics Core Course 4 0 2 6, CC 12 Anthropology in Practice Core Course 4 0 2 6. DSE 1 Sports and Nutritional Discipline Specific Elective Course 4 0 2 6. Anthropology, Human Genetics, DSE 2 Paleoanthropology Discipline Specific Elective Course 4 0 2 6. Tribal Cultures of India, Total credits 24, SEMESTER VI. CC 13 Forensic Anthropology Core Course 4 0 2 6, CC 14 Indian Anthropology Core Course 4 0 2 6. DSE 3 Anthropology of Health Discipline Specific Elective Course 4 0 2 6. Indian Archaeology, DSE 4 Anthropological Discipline Specific Elective Course 4 0 2 6.
Demography, Dissertation, Total credits 24, ALL TOTAL CREDITS 142. CORE COURSES, Core courses Course title Credit Marks. CC 1 Introduction to Biological Th 4CR 6 75, Anthropology Pr 2CR. CC 2 Introduction to Socio cultural Th 4CR 6 75, Anthropology Pr 2CR. CC 3 Archaeological Anthropology Th 4CR 6 75, CC 4 Fundamentals of Human Origin Th 4CR 6 75.
Evolution Pr 2CR, CC 5 Tribes and Peasants in India Th 4CR 6 75. CC 6 Human Ecology Biological Th 4CR 6 75, Cultural dimensions Pr 2CR. CC 7 Genetic and Linguistic Variability Th 4CR 6 75. in Human Populations Pr 2CR, CC 8 Theories of Culture and Society Th 4CR 6 75. CC 9 Human Growth and Development Th 4CR 6 75, CC 10 Research Methods Th 4CR 6 75. CC 11 Human Genetics Th 4CR 6 75, CC 12 Anthropology in Practice Th 4CR 6 75.
CC 13 Forensic Anthropology Th 4CR 6 75, CC 14 Indian Anthropology Th 4CR 6 75. DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC ELECTIVE COURSES, Discipline Specific Course title Credit Marks. DSE 1 Sports and Nutritional Th 4CR 6 75, Anthropology Pr 2CR. Human Genetics Th 4CR 6 75, DSE 2 Paleoanthropology Th 4CR 6 75. Tribal Cultures of India Th 4CR 6 75, DSE 3 Anthropology of Health Th 4CR 6 75.
Indian Archaeology Th 4CR 6 75, DSE 4 Anthropological Demography Th 4CR 6 75. Dissertation, DSE 1 AND 2 IN SEMESTER V, DSE 3 AND 4 IN SEMESTER VI. GENERIC ELECTIVE COURSES For any discipline other than Anthropology. Generic Elective Course title Credit Marks, GE 1 Foundation of Anthropology Th 4CR 6 75. Th 4CR 6 75, GE 2 Biological Anthropology Th 4CR 6 75. Th 4CR 6 75, GE 3 Archaeological Anthropology Th 4CR 6 75.
Th 4CR 6 75, GE 4 Social Cultural Anthropology Th 4CR 6 75. Th 4CR 6 75, SKILL ENHANCEMENT COURSES, Skill Course Title Credit Marks. Enhancement, SEC 1 Public Health and Epidemiology 2 50. Visual Anthropology, SEC 2 Media Anthropology 2 50. Tourism Anthropology, SEMESTER III SEC 1, SEMESTER IV SEC2.
ABILITY ENHANCEMENT COURSES, Skill Course Title Credit Marks. Enhancement, AECC 1 Environmental Studies 4 100, AECC 2 Communicative English MIL 2 50. SEMESTER I AECC 1, SEMESTER II AECC2, CORE COURSES. Credits Any four papers Theory Practical 4 2 X 4 24. CC 1 Introduction to Biological Anthropology 6 CREDIT. THEORY CREDIT 4 60L, Unit I History and Development of Biological Anthropology Aim scope branches and its relationship. with allied disciplines 10L, Unit II History and development of understanding human variation and evolutionary thoughts.
Principles of evolution Convergence Divergence Parallelism Adaptive radiation Irreversibility. Theories of evolution Lamarckism Neo Lamarckism Darwinism Synthetic theory Mutation 15L. Unit III Non human primates in relation to human evolution 20L. 1 Significance of non human primate study in Biological Anthropology. 2 Classification characteristics and distribution of living primates. 3 Primate locomotion, 4 Primate behavior brief concept of the terms Core area Home range Dominance Grooming Male. female sexual bond and Allomothering, 5 Comparative anatomy of human and non human primates. Unit IV 15L, 1 Emergence of the concept of race its historical development racism. 2 A comparative account of various racial classifications Risley Guha and Sarkar. 3 Approaches of classifying human race ecological local micro and geographical and criteria for racial. classification Stature Skin colour Hair ABO blood group system. 4 UNESCO Statement on Race, PRACTICAL CREDIT 2 20P. 1 Somatometry, Maximum head length Morphological upper facial height.
Maximum head breadth Head circumference, Minimum frontal breadth Mid upper arm circumference. Maximum bizygomatic Stature, Nasal height Sitting height. Nasal breadth Body weight, Bigonial breadth, Morphological facial height. 2 Somatoscopy, 1 Hair form 2 Nose form 3 Hair colour 4 Eye colour 5 Skin colour. Suggested Readings, 1 Jurmain R Kilgore L Trevathan W Ciochon R L 2012 Introduction to Physical Anthropology Wadsworth Publ USA.
2 Krober A L 1948 Anthropology Oxford IBH Publishing Co New Delhi. 3 Stanford C Allen J S and Anton S C 2010 Exploring Biological Anthropology The Essentials Prentice Hall Publ. 4 Statement on Race Annotated Elaboration and Exposition of the Four Statements on. Race 1972 Issued by UNESCO Oxford University Press. 5 Molnar S 1982 Human Variation Races Types and Ethnic groups New York Pearson Education Inc. 6 Weiner J S and Lourie J A 1981 Practical Human Biology UK Academic Press. 7 Mukherji D Mukherjee D Bharati P 2009 Laboratory Manual for Biological Anthropology Calcutta Asian Books Pvt. 8 Le Gros Clark W E 1960 The Antecedents of Man An Introduction to Evolution of the Primates Chicago Quandrangle. 9 Seth S Seth P K 1986 The Primates New Delhi Northern Book Centre. 10 Sen T 1994 Guide to Anthropometry Delhi Friends Publications. CC 2 Introduction to Socio cultural Anthropology 6 CREDIT. THEORY CREDIT 4 60L, Unit I Anthropological perspective and orientation Scope and relevance of Social Anthropology. Relationship of Social Anthropology with other disciplines 10L. Unit II Concepts of society and culture status and role groups and institution social stratification and. civil society 15L, Unit III Social fact social conflict social system Concept of Social Structure and Organization Family. types basic structure functions factors associated with the changes in joint family Marriage forms. and functions rule of marriage Hypergamy Hypogamy Endogamy and Exogamy Ways of acquiring. mates Prescribed Proscribed Preferential marriage and Incest Kinship Concept Kinship Typology. Kinship Terminological system Kinship behavior avoidance joking realtionship tekhnonymy couvade. amitate avunculate Significance of studying kinship 25L. Unit IV Theory and practice of ethnographic fieldwork survey research comparative and historical. Methods 10L, PRACTICAL CREDIT 2 20P, Methods and Techniques of Social Anthropology The practical will include the following techniques and. methods in collection of data in Social Anthropology. 1 Observation, 2 Interview, 3 Questionnaire and Schedule. 4 Case study, 5 Life history, Suggested Readings, 1 Beattie J 1964 Other Cultures London Cohen West Limited.
2 Bernard H R 1940 Research Methods in Cultural Anthropology Newbury Park Sage Publications. 3 Davis K 1981 Human Society New Delhi Surjeet Publications. 4 Delaney C 2004 Orientation and disorientation In Investigating Culture An Experiential Introduction to Anthropology. Wiley Blackwell, 5 Ember C R et al 2011 Anthropology New Delhi Dorling Kindersley. 6 Karen O reilly 2012 Practical Issues in Interviewing Ethnographic Methods Abingdon Routledge. 7 Rapport N and Overing J 2004 Key Concepts in Social and Cultural Anthropology London Routledge. 8 Scupin R 2011 Cultural Anthropology A Global Perspective Delhi Pearson. 9 Miller Barbara Cultural Anthropology 6th ed 2011 PHI Leraning Private Limited New Delhi. 10 Fox Robin 1983 Kinship and Marriage An Anthropological Perspective Cambridge University Press. 11 Nanda Serena 2006 Cultural Anthropology USA Cengage Learning. 12 Haviland et al 2008 Anthrpology Australia Wordsworth. CC 3 Archaeological Anthropology 6 CREDIT, THEORY CREDIT 4 60L. Unit I Introduction Definition and scope of Archaeological Anthropology Relation with other. disciplines Methods of studying Archaeological Anthropology 10L. Unit II Methods of Estimation of Time and Reconstruction of the Past Absolute dating methods C14. K AR Dendrochronology TL and Relative dating methods Stratigraphy River Terrace Pollen. Analysis 10L, Unit III Geochronology of Pleistocene Epoch Glacial and Interglacial Pluvial and Inter Pluvial. Different types of geo climatic events 10L, Unit IV Understanding Culture Technique of tool manufacture and estimation of their relative. efficiency Classification of tools primary and combination fabrication techniques Typology and. cultural nomenclature 15L, Unit V Earliest Evidence of Culture in the World Olduvai Gorge Sohan Attirampakkam and Isampur.
PRACTICAL CREDIT 2 20P, Typo technological Analysis of Prehistoric Tools Identification Interpretation and Drawings of the. following tool Types, 1 Core Tool, 2 Flake Tool, 3 Blade Tool. 4 Microlithis, 5 Neolithic Tool, Suggested Readings. 1 Allchin and Allchin 1993 The Rise of Civilization of India and Pakistan CambridgeUniversity Press. 2 Bhattacharya D K 1978 Emergence of Culture in Europe Delhi B R Publication. 3 Bhattacharya D K 1979 Old Stone Age Tools and Techniques Calcutta K P Bagchi Company. 4 Bhattacharya D K 1996 Palaeolithic Europe Netherlands Humanities Press. 5 Champion et al 1984 Prehistoric Europe New York Academic Press. 6 Fagan B M 1983 People of Earth An Introduction Boston Little Brown Company. 7 Phillipson D W 2005 African Archaeology Cambridge Cambridge University Press. 8 Sankalia H D 1964 Stone Age Tools Poona Deccan College. 9 Okley KP 1967 Man The tool Maker Trustees of the British Museum. CC 4 Fundamentals of Human Origin Evolution 6 CREDIT. THEORY CREDIT 4 60L, Unit I Primate origin and radiation with special reference to Oligocene and Miocene hominoids. distribution features and their phylogenetic relationships Apidium Propliopithecus Aegyptopithecus. Proconsul Dryopithecus Sivapithecus Ramapithecus 15L. Unit II Australopithecines distribution features and their phylogenetic relationships. Appearance of genus Homo Homo habilis and related findings 15L. Unit III Homo erectus from Asia Europe and Africa Distribution features and their phylogenetic. position 10L, Unit IV The origin of Homo sapiens Fossil evidences of Neanderthals and Archaic Homo sapiens 10L.
Unit V Origin of modern humans Homo sapiens sapiens Distribution and features 10L. PRACTICAL CREDIT 2 20P, 1 Craniometry, Maximum cranial length Greatest occipital breadth. Maximum cranial breadth Length of Foramen magnum, Maximum frontal breadth Breadth of Foramen magnum. Minimum frontal breadth Frontal arc, Bizygomatic breadth Sagittal arc. Nasal height Occipital arc, Nasal breadth Cephalic index. Upper facial height Nasal index, Bi mastoid breadth Jugo frontal index.
2 Osteometry, Measurements of long bones any two lengths minimum least circumference and caliber index. 3 Identification of casts of fossils of family hominidae Drawing and Characteristics Photographs may. be utilized one from each of the following, Anthropoid ape skull Gorilla Chimpanzee Orangutan and gibbon. Fossil ape Parapithecus Dryopithecus Sivapithecus and Ramapithecus. Protohominid Australopithecines, Fossil hominids Homo habilis Homo erectus Neanderthal Homo sapiens. Suggested Readings, 1 Buettner Janusch J 1966 Origins of Man Physical Anthropology John Wiley Sons Inc New York London Sydney. 2 Conroy G C 1997 Reconstructing Human Origins A Modern Synthesis W W Norton Company New York London. 3 Howell F C 1977 Horizons of Anthropology Eds S Tax and L G Freeman Aldine Publishing House Chicago. 4 Nystrom P and Ashmore P 2011 The Life of Primates PHI Learning Private Limited New Delhi. 5 Seth P K and Seth S 1986 The Primates Northern Book Centre New Delhi Allahabad. 6 Singh I P and Bhasin M K 1989 Anthropometry A Laboratory Manual on Biological Anthropology Kamla Raj. Under Choice Based Credit System CBCS w e f 2017 2018 OUTLINE OF CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM COURSE TITLE COURSE TYPE L T P CREDIT SEMESTER I CC 1 Introduction to Biological Anthropology Core Course 4 0 2 6 CC 2 Introduction to Socio cultural Anthropology Core Course 4 0 2 6 GE 1 Any discipline other than Anthropology Generic Elective 6 AECC 1 Environmental Studies Ability Enhancement

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