Syllabus of Maximum Subjects of BG 5th Semester Batch 2019 and Other Backlog Batches


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Syllabus of Maximum Subjects of BG 5th Semester Batch 2019 and Other Backlog Batches

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In this post we provide you syllabus of BG 5th Semester Regular Batch 2019 and other backlog bathes. This syllabus that we provide you in this post is latest syllabus uploaded by the University of Kashmir. Students can take the screenshot of the syllabus or also can write the syllabus on any copy so that you will be updated of your syllabus. Final semester question paper will be same according to the syllabus we provide you in this post. Backlog candidates of BG 5th semester have to take care of one thing that is if the syllabus of backlog batches i.e 2016,17 and 2018 is same as the syllabus of Regular Batch 2019 then backlog candidates can prepare/ study according to the regular batch or as their own batch syllabus. But if the syllabus of Regular Batch 2019 has changed then backlog students have to prepare their own batch syllabus not the syllabus of Regular Batch, Because Question Paper for backlog students will be framed according to their syllabus which they have studied in their batch. There is a lot of confusion among backlog students. Most of the backlog students were asking what syllabus they should Prepare. So the answer for backlog students of Undergraduate fifth semester is “you have to study your own syllabus which you have been taught in college. Check the syllabus of Subjects below Carefully and note down the syllabus.


Unit I

Operations research (OR) Introduction to operations research and it’s development , characteristics and scope,Importance of Operations Research in industry , Limitations of OR

Unit II

Linear Programming:- Introduction to Linear Programming (LLP) Concepts of Convex set,basic solution, feasible solution,basic feasible solution, optimum solution and slack and surplus variables in liberal programming Problems (LPP) Mathematical formulation of LPP, Standard form of LPP ,Graphical Method of Solving LPP.

Unit III

Simplex Method : Iterative nature of simplex Method , computational details of simplex algorithm and summary, Artificial variable techniques (Two Phase and Big M techniques)for solving a general LPP

Unit IV

Transportation Problem : Mathematical formulation and tabular representation, Concept of feasible ,Basic feasible and optimal solutions with reference to T.P .Methods for finding initial basic feasible solution: North West Corner Rule ,Lowest Cost Entry , Vogels Approximation Method


Unit I:- Introduction to Indian Economy

Features of Indian Economy ,issues in growth development and sustainability Capital formation – Physical and Human ,Role of Technology and institutions in Development

Unit II:- Population and Economic Development

Demographic features in India Population size and growth rates: demographic dividends – issues and challenges , population growth and economic development urbanization

Unit III :- Employment

Occupational Structure in the organized and the unorganised sectors , unemployment open,under disguised Unemployment (,rural and urban) Post reform employment schemes and their Impact


Unit I:- Basic Concepts

a) Descent,Decent group’s and lineage

b)Clan,Tribe and Phratry

Unit II : Family

a) Significance and Types of Family

b)Changes in the institution of Family

Unit III :- Marriage

a)Significance and Types of Marriage

b)Changes in the institution of Marriage

Unit IV:- kinship

a)Types of Kins:- Primary, Secondary and Tertiary

b) Kinship Usages



1) Definition and Scope of Tourism Geography

2) Components of Tourism

3) Geographical Attributes of Tourism

4) Butlers Theory of Tourism Development


1) Types and Forms of Tourism

2) Concept of Carrying Capacity

3) Sustainable Tourism

4) Environmental Impacts of Tourism


1) Characteristics of Indian Tourism

2) National Tourism Policy

3) Regional Dimension of Tourist Attraction

4) Problems and Prospects of Indian Tourism


1) Significance and Potential of Tourism in J&K.

2) Tourist Flow and Distribution Pattern

3) Pilgrimage Tourism & Adventure Tourism in Jammu and Kashmir

4) Problems and Prospects of Tourism in J&K


Unit 1. Introduction to life-span Development: Nature, issues and theoretical perspectives (Erickson’s Theory); methods and designs

Unit 2. Physical development: Patterns of growth from conception till late adulthood.

Unit 3. Cognitive development: Introduction, Piagetian, Vygotskian, and Cognitive changesi n adulthood.

Unit 4. Socio-emotional development: Emotional development; Moral development (Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral development)The self Gender and Sexuality.


Unit -1 (India after Independence -1)

a) Legacies of Colonialism: A debate

b) Legacies of National Movement: Democracy and Secularism

c) Indian Constitution: Salient features

Unit – II (India after Independence – II)

a) Linguistic Re-organization of States

b) Major Political Parties (1947-1980)

c) Land Reforms

i. Tenancy Reforms

ii. Abolition of Landlordism

iii. Bhoodan Movement

Unit – III (Kashmir after 1947 -1)

a) Major Political Developments

i. Formation of Nationalist Government

ii. PrajaParishad Agitation

iii. Dismissal of Sheikh Mohamad Abdullah

Unit – IV (Kashmir after 1947 – II)

a) Land Reforms with special reference to Big Land Estates Abolition Act (1950).

b) Article 370 and Delhi Agreement

c) Plebiscite Movement


Module I One act Play

1 Mother’s Day

J.B Priestley

Module II : Memoir

1 The Story of My Life (an Extract)

Helen Keller


Unit I:-Western Thought Overview

1 Features of western thought

a) Ancient ( Major Themes)

b) Modern ( Major Questions)

Unit II:- Citizenship and Rights

a) Aristotle ( Citizenship)

b) John Locke ( Rights)

Unit III : Liberty , Equality and Democracy

a) Rousseau an oigin of inequality

b) J.S Mill on liberty and Democracy

Unit IV : State For And Against

a) Hobbes

b) Karl Marx

c) Bakunin


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This is latest syllabus prescribed by the University of Kashmir. The university Updates syllabus of undergraduate courses on their official website. We provide you guniue material so that you can prepare for your exams without having any hurdle. Above provided syllabus is for regular batch 2019 as well as for backlog students of (two thousand eighteen , two thousand seventeen and two thousand eighteen) these are the backlog batches of undergraduate fifth Semester affiliated with University of Kashmir. The mode of examination for regular as well as for Backlog Batches will be descriptive type examination. The exam will be conducted in a fair and transparent mode. The university has been conducting exam of undergraduate as well as postgraduate examinations from several years and all the students either Under-Graduate or postgraduate students are very happy with the university of Kashmir nature in providing education to students. The examination paper for regular and backlog candidates will contain ninety marks in which a student have to attempt thirty six marks to pass the subject. But if the paper comprises of sixty marks then a student weather regular or backlog have to attempt twenty four marks to pass the subject, and if the question paper comprises of thirty marks then a student have to attempt twenty four marks to pass the subject. This mode of examination is for both candidates. (for regular candidates and also for backlog candidates). So, prepare according to the syllabus we provided you above. BEST OF LUCK.

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