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Old 17th June 2015, 01:23 PM
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Dibrugarh University is a university in the Indian state of Assam founded in the year 1965 .

It offers three year duration Bachelor of Arts course .
syllabus
Semester-I

English (I)
MIL (I)
Non-Major I (Course I)
Non-Major II (Course I)

Semester-II

English (II)
MIL (II)
Non-Major I (Course II)
Non-Major II (Course II)

Semester-III


Computer Skills/Communicative Skills
English (III)
Non-Major I (Course III)
Non-Major II (Course III)
Env. Studies

Semester-IV

Multi-disciplinary
MIL (III)
Non-Major I (Course IV)
Non-Major II (Course IV)

Semester-V

Non-Major I (Course V)
Non-Major II (Course V)
Skill Based I(Course I)
Skill Based I(Course II)

Semester-VI

Non-Major I (Course VI)
Non-Major II (Course VI)
Skill Based I(Course III)
Skill Based I (Course IV)

Contact details :
Dibrugarh University
Dibrugarh, Assam 786004
0373 237 0243
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Hi friends I want to get Dibrugarh University Three Year Degree Course (TDC) Arts Syllabus , so will you plz provide me here or tell me from where I can do download its paper ??
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As you are asking for Dibrugarh University Three Year Degree Course (TDC) Arts Syllabus , so on your demand I am providing same :

COURSE 1: INDIAN CLASSICAL LITERATURE
(CORE)

CREDITS ASSIGNED: 6 CREDITS

COURSE OBJECTIVES: The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with the rich
cultural heritage of ancient Indian literature, especially Sanskrit Literature. Indian classical literature
can truly claim the distinction of achieving the highest peak of art form in Sanskrit in the immortal
plays of Kalidasa, the epics The Ramayana and The Mahabharata, Shudraka-s Mrcchakatika,
among others. Although Srimanta Sankaradeva of Assam cannot be regarded as -classical- from the
purview of temporality, his works are characterised by classical sensibilities and in the context of
Assamese literature and culture, his works are held as immortal classics. Therefore, one of his famous
plays Parijata Harana has been prescribed.
UNIT 1: CLASSICAL SANSKRIT DRAMA
Kalidasa, Abhijnana Shakuntalam, tr. Chandra Rajan, in Kalidasa: The Loom of Time (New
Delhi: Penguin, 1989).
UNIT II: SELECTIONS FROM EPIC SANSKRIT LITERATURE
Vyasa, -The Dicing- and -The Sequel to Dicing, -The Book of the Assembly Hall-, -The
Temptation of Karna-, Book V -The Book of Effort-, in The Mahabharata: tr. and ed.
J.A.B. van Buitenen (Chicago: Brill, 1975) pp. 10669.
UNIT III: SANSKRIT DRAMA
Sudraka, Mrcchakatika, tr. M.M. Ramachandra Kale (New Delhi: Motilal Banarasidass,
1962).
UNIT IV: CLASSICAL ASSAMESE DRAMA

SUGGESTED TOPICS AND BACKGROUND PROSE READINGS FOR CLASS
PRESENTATIONS
TOPICS
The Indian Epic Tradition: Themes and Recensions
Classical Indian Drama: Theory and Practice
Alankara and Rasa
Dharma and the Heroic
Neo-vaishnavaite Movement in Assam
Ankiya Nat
MODE OF ASSESSMENT:
Internal Assessment: 20 marks
(Sessional test 1: 5marks, Sessional test 2: 5 marks, Presentation/viva voce/Group discussion:
5 marks, Attendance: 5 marks)
__________________________________________________ ___________________
Total: 20 marks
Final Examination: 80 marks
Unit 1: 1 long answer question+ 1 short note/analysis (15+05) =20 marks
Unit 2: 1 long answer question+ 1 short note /analysis (15+05) =20 marks
Unit 3: 1 long answer question+ 1 short note/analysis (15+05) =20 marks
Unit 4: 1 long answer question+ 1 short note/analysis (15+05) =20 marks
__________________________________________________ _____________________
Total: =80 marks
EXPECTED LEARNER OUTCOME
After completing this course, the learners shall be in a position to understand and appreciate the rich
Indian classical literary tradition, including its distinctive aesthetic philosophies. It would provide
them with the conceptual resources to make a comparative assessment between the Indian and the
Western classical tradition, thereby enabling their knowledge and understanding of the two great
ancient literary traditions.

Dibrugarh University Three Year Degree Course (TDC) Arts Syllabus




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