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ENGLISH FIRST SEMESTER SYLLABUS (2016-2017)

ENGLISH FIRST SEMESTER SYLLABUS

M.Marks: 100 
 Theory:90 
Semester I :
 Int.Assess:10 

Book Prescribed: Colours of Expression by Harbhajan Singh published by Publication Bureau, Panjab University, Chandigarh 

Section A 

1) Short Stories ( 1& 2) One essay type question on summary/Character/Incident    (one out of two with internal choice) 
 15 marks 

II) Prose ( 1 to 3) Long essay type question on Summary/Theme 
   (one out of two with internal choice) 
 15 marks 


III) Poetry (1 to 6)                                                                        
15 marks 

     Summary (one out of two with internal choice)                                      
5 marks 
     Short Questions (two out of three)                                                         
5 marks
     Reference to the Context (one out of two with internal choice)            
 5 marks 

Section B 

1) Word formation from Prose and Stories and their use in sentences ( 5 out of 8 )
10 marks 
2) Use of textual words and idioms in sentences ( 5 out of 8) 
 10 marks
3) Translation from Hindi/Punjabi to English
    ( a small Paragraph) 
 10 marks
OR 

 For Foreign Students (Paraphrase of Poetry Passage) 4) Official, Business and   Letters to the Editors 
15 marks


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