Value added courses

Value added courses

The institution offers several value added courses of duration 30 hours or more to the students every year. The purpose of conducting value added courses outside the curriculum of academic programmes is to help students to develop their skills in their chosen field of the study.
Value added courses offered during the last few years are as follows: 2015-2016
Sl. No.             Name of the Value added course
    1.                         Arts and Handicrafts
    2.                    Tailoring and Embroidery
    3.                        Eco friendly products
    4.                         Cooking

Value Added Courses Syllabus


Module 1: Practice in Remedial Grammar:
Nouns, verbs, subject verb agreement, tenses, parts of a sentence, punctuation, direct and reported speech, active and passive voice
Module 2: Listening and Reading Skills:
Listening strategies, viewing movie clips, participation in debates, having conversations Understanding main ideas and supporting ideas, reading of textual material
Module 3: Vocabulary and Pronunciation:
Introduction to formal language, uses of phrases, idioms, proverbs and quotes Use of colloquial languages, slang Applied phonetics, vowels and consonants
Module 4: Writing in Everyday Life:
Tone, purpose, editing, proofing, practising effective writing Using dictionary, thesaurus Preparation of paragraphs, letters-formal and informal, e-mails, notices, summary, etc.
Module 5: Communication:
Self introduction, presentation skills, interview preparation, conversation techniques, group discussions, resume preparation


Module 1: Introduction to Sewing Machine
Machine Operation - Different parts of machine and their functions. - Safety precautions - Proper maintenance and oiling, Sewing Basics
Module 2: Tools and Equipment used in tailoring
Description of various tools used in tailoring - Drafting tools: - Cutting Tools: - Stitching tools:
Module 3: Basic Stitching
Hand stitches - Machine stitches - Decorative stitches
Module 4: Hand Embroidery
Introduction, tools and supplies, Types Tracing methods, Do’s and don’ts of Hand Embroiderer
Module 5: Machine Embroidery
Cording, Running, Round, Long and Short, Satin, Twine Cording, Applique Work, Network, Eyelet Work, Quilting Work


Module 1: Principles of Cookery
History of cooking, Aims and objectives, Cooking –art or science, various factors affecting eating habits, Safety in the kitchen
Module 2: Cooking Terms
Understanding Recipe vocabulary, Basic kitchen terms, Ingredient terms, Action terms, baking terms. Expanding Recipes- Measuring tools, Measurement conversions, Dry Ingredient Conversions, Wet Ingredient Conversions, Multiplying Recipes, Finding and storing recipes.
Module 3: Raw materials in Cookery
Cereals-Varieties - Processing – Storage and uses in Cooking, Pulses-Varieties –Storage-and Uses in Cooking, Dairy products and their uses in cookery, Fruits and nuts, Oil seeds used in cookery, Spices and Condiments.
Module 4: Methods of Processing Food
Preparation of Ingredients Methods of cutting vegetables and meat and fish. Methods of mixing, and Methods preparation of foods. Cooking equipment. Indian Cookery-Various ingredients-utensils and their description. Methods of preparation of Indian foods-Indian culinary terms.
Module 5: Food Production
Basic knowledge and introduction of ingredients, Practical cooking techniques and cold preparations, Basic soups stocks and basic sauces, Vegetable, fruits, pulses and potatoes preparations, Meat, poultry and fish preparations, culinary techniques and dessert preparations.


Module 1: Fundamentals of Colour Theory
Colour- Definition, Colour theory- History of colour theory. Fundamentals of colours. Meaning of colours, Dimensions of colour, Colour wheel- Primary, Secondary and Tertiary colours. Application of colour in Jewellery
Module 2: Traditional Jewellery of India
Introduction to traditional jewellery-History of jewellery-Significance of Indian jewellery. Bridal jewellery - Antique jewellery - Bead jewellery - Custom jewellery - Copper jewellery - Fashion jewellery - Filigree jewellery - gold jewellery – Handmade jewellery - Ivory jewellery - Jadu jewellery.
Module 3: Jewellery on different materials
Jute jewellery, M- Seal jewellery, Paper jewellery, Crystals with white cement jewellery.
Module 4: Jewellery Manufacturing
Introduction to tools used in the jewellery manufacturing -Safety measures taken while making jewellery-Dimensions used in the jewellery
Module 5: Process of jewellery making
Designing, Moulding, Casting, Polishing, Embellishment, Finishing, Plating, Quality Checking, Packing and Transporting, Marketing.


Module 1: Art in Education
Place of Art in education. Aims & Value of teaching Art in schools. Art Room- Its necessity & Equipment. Elements of Art: - Shape, Line, Colour Texture, Volume, Space & Light & Shade.
Module 2: Painting
Pre-Historic Paintings. Special characteristics of Ajanta & Mughal Paintings, Material used in paintings and its techniques.
Module 3: Painting on different media
Pot painting, Fabric painting, Glass painting, Oil painting, spray painting
Module 4: Flower Making
Beads Flower, Stocking Cloth Flower, Pista Nut Shell flower, Crystal Flower
Module 5: Modern Craft
Floral arrangement, Doll making, Clay modelling, Bottle art.


Module 1: Essential knowledge about the Environment
Natural and socio-cultural environment, Key concepts determining the environment, Organisms and environment, The manmade environment, Earth as the home of life.
Module 2: Ecological System
Ecosystem, Abiotic factors, Biotic factors, Man and ecosystems
Module 3: Environmental Equilibrium
Meaning, definition and importance of equilibrium, Maintenance of environmental equilibrium.
Module 4: Experiments and Activities to Facilitate Teaching of Environmental Education
Studying local environment, Understanding environment and environmental problems, Environmental action, Environmental games and other follow-up activities Module 5: Environment friendly products
Paper Bag, Bamboo Decorations, Cloth napkin, Door Mat, Cloth bag.