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Course Description

The structure of education in the state is based on the national level pattern with 12 years of schooling (10+2+3), consisting of eight years of elementary education, that is, five years of primary and three years of middle school education for the age groups of 6-11 and 11–14 years, respectively.

Followed by secondary and higher Secondary education of two years each besides two years of pre-primary education.

The entry age in class 1 is 5+. Pre-primary classes form age group 3 to 4. The higher secondary school certificate enables pupils to pursue studies either in universities or in colleges for higher education in general academic streams and in technical and professional courses.

Course Syllabus

Lessons 1: Tamil

All Standard Tamil Books

Lessons 2: English

Shakespeare, Approaches to Literature, American Literature, Indian Writing in English, Modern Literature (1400 to present day) – Prose, Drama, Poetry, Principles of Literary Criticism, History of English Language, Linguistics

Lessons 3: Maths

Operations Research, Real Analysis, Algebra, Fourier series and Fourier Integrals, Differential Geometry & Equations, Statistics – I, II, Functional & Complex Analysis

Lessons 4: Physics

Electronics (Digital), Probability and Theory of errors, Classical mechanics, Statistical Mechanics, Vector Fields, Quantum mechanics, Spectroscopy, Solid State Physics, Nuclear Physics, Electromagnetic theory

Lessons 5: Chemistry

Unit-I
Periodic properties – Atomic radius – ionic radius, ionization potential, electron affinity and electronegativity – Their significance in chemical bonding. VB theory, MO theory – applications – Comparision of VB and MO theories – VSEPR theory – Bond order – Bond energy – Bond length Bond polarity – Partial ionic character of bonds – The concept of multi-centre bond – Electron deficient compounds – Hydrogen bond – Its influences.
Unit II
Co-ordination chemistry – Methods of preparation of complexes – isomerism in complexes – applications of complex formation in analytical chemistry – complexes and their stability chelate effect Stability constants – Their determination – complexes of Metals in different oxidation states and their stability.
Unit III
Organic reaction mechanisms – General methods of investigating reaction mechanisms – kinetic and non-kinetic methods – different types of reaction intermediates.
Unit IV
The old quantum theory – Inadequacy of classical mechanics – Failure of classical mechanics – success of quantum hypothesis explaining black body radiation – Photo electric effect – the hydrogen spectrum – Bohr’s explanation of hydrogen spectrum – Failure of Bohr’s model.
Unit V
Thermodynamic equations of state – closed and open systems – partial molal quantities – chemical potential with temperature and pressure – third law of thermodynamics.
Unit I
Viruses, Bacteria, Thallaophytes and Lichens.
Unit II
Plant Pathology and Microbiology
Unit III
Bryophytes, Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms
Unit IV
Morphology, Taxonomy and Economic Botany
Unit V
Cell Biology and Genetics
Unit-I
Classification Binomial Nomenclature – Invertebata and Chordata – Structure and life history of pathegenic Protozon Entamoeba histoytica Plasmodium viva P.Ovale P.Malariae P.falciparum, Trypanosoma gambiansi; and Leishmania donovoni, Structure and life history of Helminth parasites; Taenia solium, Fasciola hepattca Schistosoma Ascaris lumbricoides.
Unit-II
Biological Chemistry – Structure of atom valencies molecular and structural formula of biochemical compounds. Isomerism Oxidation and reduction. Redox potential (Eh): RH Determination of EH and PH. Buffers Biologically important properties of water. Energy metabolism of carbohydrates. Lipids proteins and Nucleic Neids. Oxidative Physphorylation.
Unit-III
Collection of data-primary and secondary, Methods of Classification and tabulation of data.
Unit-IV
Cell and Molecular Biology – Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells. Ultra structure, Organisation and functions of cell membrane, Endoplasmic reticulum, golgibody, Lysosome, Mitochondrion; Ribosome structure of DNA, A,B,C and Z forms of D.N.A. Transcription – mRNA tRNA and rRNA and their functions. Synthesis of eukeryotic RNAS Structure and functions of nucleolus, D.N.A. replication D.N.A. repair, Microtubules cilia and flagella carcinogenic agents, Genetic basis of malignant transformation.
Unit-V
Genetics-Gene Interactions, Multiple alleles, Recombination and its molecular mechanism. Linkage, crossing over, chromosome, mapping. Cytoplasmic genes and their expression. Mitochrondial DNA its transcription code and translation, Population genetics Genetic organisation of a Mendelian population. Hardy-Weiberg Law. Derivation of Hardy – Weinberg equilibrium.
Unit-I
Marketing – Fundamental Concepts and Approaches-Marketing Mix-Segmentation-Buyer behaviour, Four P’s Role of Middlemen Arguments FOR and AGAINST – Pricing policies and strategies.
Unit-II
Advertising-Media-Copy-Effectiveness-Consumer rights and protection – Recent Trends in Advertising.
Unit-III
Accounting for management-Functions and Benefits-Analysis and Inter pretation of financial statements-Ratios-Fund flow and Cash Flow-Budgetory Control.
Unit-IV
Capital Expenditure decisions-Marginal costing and Break Even analysis - Managerial uses- Working capital forecast-Zero based -Budgeting.
Unit-V
Costing-Methods and Techniques of costing-Different cost concepts-Process-unit-Operating-job-contract, costing - CVP analysis-Profit planning.
Unit-I MICRO, MACRO AND MONETARY ECONOMICS
Micro Economics-Theory of consumer behaviour–Cardinal and Ordinal approaches-Revealed preference Hypothesis-Hick’s Revision of Demand Theory-Modern Utility, Analysis of Choice involving risks and uncertainties.
Unit-II
Production function-Linear, Homogeneous, Cobb-Dougles and C.E.S. Production functions-Short Run and Long Run cost curves Derivation of cost functions from productions functions-Least cost combination of factor inputs.
Unit-III
Market structure-Perfect competition-Monopoly and price Discrimination- Monopolistic competition-Oligopoly and models of Oligopoly.
Unit -1
Sources of Indian – History – Geography of Indian- Harappan civilization – vedic age – Jainism and Buddhism – mauryas – Chandra gupta- Ashoka – mayuran administration – kanishka-Guptas – Sumudra Gupta –Chandra gupta II – classical age – Harshavarthana.
Unit –II
Arab conquest of sindh and muslim invasions slave dynasty – Alavuddin khilji – Thuglaqs- Society – Religion and culture under the Vijayanger rule .
Unit –III
Mughals- Babar to Aurangzeb – Shershah Suri- Administration – Society, Religion and Culture under the Mughals – Shivaji – Maratha administration
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Unit-I
History and Culture of Tamil Nadu:
Political – Spiritual – Religion – Literature – Language – Education – Natural Resources – Trade – Occupations – Historical places – Tourist centers - Arts – Games – Society.
Unit-II
The Learner, learning process – Learning situation – Significance of Educational Psychology to the teacher concept of growth and maturity – Development characteristies and trends – Developmental tasks and education – Development of mental abilities – Attention, Inattention and distraction – span of attention.