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PAPER I MODERN ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND USAGE
SECTION A – GRAMMAR AND USAGE
1. Basic Sentence Pattern: SVO, SVOA, SVOC, SV, SVA, ETC.2. Sentence and its Parts: Noun – Phrase (NP) and Verb Phrase (VP)3. Noun Phrase: Functions4. Noun: Number and Gender5. Verb Phase: Functions6. Verb: Transitive and Intransitive Infinitives and Gerunds Tenses ConcordAuxiliaries and main Verbs7. Auxiliaries, Models and Non Models: Their Functions8. Voice9. Direct & Indirect speeches10. Question formation and Question tags11. Use of prepositions12. Degrees of Comparison13. Clauses and Phases14. Transformation & Synthesis of Sentences15. Common Idioms and Phrases16. Punctuation
SECTION B - ELEMENTARY PHONETIC
1. Introducing phonetic symbols: Vowels (2) Consonants (24)2. Phonetic Transcription of simple words3. Stress Primary4. Intonation: Basic Pattern: Rising % falling
PAPER II INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH
I. PROSE: DETAILED
Representative Selections from Indian Prose, Ed, S.P. Appasamy & CD, Govinda Rao, Macmillan.Only the following lessons are prescribed:-
1) Tagore: The Babus of Nayanjore.2) Gandhi: Some Reminiscences of the Bar.3) V.S. Srinivasa Shastri: The Joy of Freedom.4) Nehru: Ashoka, Beloved of the Gods.5) S. Radhakrishnan: An ideal before the youth.6) Nirad C. Chowdhury: A Labour of Love.7) R.K. Narayan: The White Flower.8) Raja Rao: The Serpent & The Rope.9) Mulk Raj Anand: The Barber’s Trade Union.10) Khuswant Singh: The Mad & the Important.11) Poetry: Detailed Text
II. The following poems from contemporary Indian Poetry in English ed, Saleem Peeradina, Macmillan
1) Nissim Exekiel: Background, Casually.2) Nissim Ezekial: In India.3) A.K. Ramanujam: History.4) K.N. Daruwalla: The Epileptic Also.5) Tagore: Where the Mind is without Fear.
III. Drama: Non-Detailed Text
PAPER III FICTION
1) George Elliot: Silas Marner.2) Jane Austen: Pride & Prejudice.3) Thomas Hardy: Far from the Madding Crowd simplified / Abridged works.4) Charles Dickens: Oliver Twist (John Kennett, Blackie & Son).5) Charlotte Bronte: Jane Eyre (Manju Son, Orient Longman).