Department of Odia Language and Literature was established at Tata College in 1979. The department offers B.A. (Hons.) and M.A. in Odia. The department adopts a number of innovating teaching and learning methods including nature tour, ICT based blogging and audio-visual classes.

Faculty Members

At present, the Head of the Department is Dr Manju Sarangi. She has 18 years of teaching and researching experience. A number of research papers goes to his Credit. She was NSS Program Officer at the college from January 2013 to December 2019. Presently, she is also in additional responsibility of Controller of Examinations.

For years, Dr S C Dash, the present Principal of the college, has been Heading the department. Dr Dash has 24+ years experience in teaching at both PG and UG levels. He has authored three books, 10 papers and four chapters in books besides a project report. He has also adequate experience in academic administration. He has already served the Kolhan University as the Registrar as well as the Controller of Examinations.

Another important faculty member in the PG Department of Odia of Tata College, Chaibasa is Prof. P R Sahoo. Sahoo has proven records of working in diverse fields that starts from literary criticism to academic quality profile and advanced domain of information technology. His keen area of interests are semantics, structuralism and artificial intelligence. To his credit, he has completed a dozen of experimental projects.

Curricular Profile

PG Department of Odia at Tata College offers both M.A. and B.A. in Odia. the curriculum delivered at the college is prescribed by the Kolhan University. We are here reproducing the syllabus that is designed and approved by the University for current academic session;

B.A. Hons Odia Syllabus Kolhan University / Tata College, Chaibasa

There are six semesters in three years.

Semester – I

Core – I

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

History of Odia Literature with special reference to –

  1.   Loka sahitya – loka-katha, loka-geeta, loka-nataka
  2.  Sarala Das  – samaya, sahitya-kruti o baishishtya
  3.  Panchasakha – parichaya, darshana o sahityara swarupa
  4.  Ritikala – pramukha kabi, pramukha kabya o sahityara swarupa

Suggested Readings:

  1. Odia Sahityara Sanshkipta Parichaya       –           Brundabana Ayarya
  2. Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                 –           Mayadhar Manshingh
  3. Odia Sahityara Adiparba                            –           Surendra Mohanty
  4. Odia Sahityara Madhyaparba                    –           Surendra Mohanty
  5. Odia Sahityara Sanskrutika Itihasa           –           Chittaranjan das
  6. Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                 –           Pathani Pattnaik

                                                –

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – I

Core – II

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

History of Odia Literature with special reference to –

  1. Nabajagarana-kalara prusthabhumi
  2.  Jatiyabadi sahitya o satyabadi jugara prusthabhumi o pramukha sahityakara
  3.  Romantic sahitya (sabuja gosthi o anyamane)
  4.  Odia pragatibadi sahityara prusthabhumi

Suggested Readings:

  1. Odia Sahityara Sanshkipta Parichaya       –           Brundabana Ayarya
  2. Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                 –           Mayadhar Manshingh
  3. Odia Sahityara Adiparba                            –           Surendra Mohanty
  4. Odia Sahityara Madhyaparba                    –           Surendra Mohanty
  5. Odia Sahityara Sanskrutika Itihasa           –           Chittaranjan Das
  6. Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                 –           Pathani Pattnaik

                                                –

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – I

General Elective (GE): 1 / DSC 1A

(NOTE: This paper is to be taken by either students having Hons. in other subject, but taken Odia as an Elective subject or having no Hons., but taken Odia as a Pass subject)

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

History of Odia Literature with special reference to –

  • Nabajagarana-kalara prusthabhumi
  •  Jatiyabadi sahitya o satyabadi jugara prusthabhumi o pramukha sahityakara
  •  Romantic sahitya (sabuja gosthi o anyamane)
  •  Odia pragatibadi sahityara prusthabhumi

Suggested Readings:

  • Odia Sahityara Sanshkipta Parichaya       –           Brundabana Ayarya
  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                 –           Mayadhar Manshingh
  • Odia Sahityara Adiparba                            –           Surendra Mohanty
  • Odia Sahityara Madhyaparba                    –           Surendra Mohanty
  • Odia Sahityara Sanskrutika Itihasa           –           Chittaranjan Das
  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                 –           Pathani Pattnaik

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – I

AECC – Communicative Odia

for

BA/B.Sc./B.Com.

Credit:  02

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  50

Grammar

  1. Barna
  2. Sabda bhandara
  3. Bishesya – linga, bachana, purusha
  4. Bisheshana
  5. Abyaya
  6. Kriya
  7. Sandhi
  8. Ukti – pratyakshya, parokshya
  9. Bakya paribartana – sarala, jatila, jaugika
  10. Rudhi prayoga
  11. Ekapadikarana
  12. Sadharana ashuddhi

Note:

  • Examination will be on OMR sheets
  • There will be 50 multiple choice questions (MQC). Each question will carry one mark each.

Suggested Readings:

  1. Sarbasara Byakarana                          – Sridhara Das
  2. Prayogika Odia Byakarana                 – Odisha Rajya Pustaka Pranayana Sansthana
  3. Prachalita Odia Bhasara Byakarana  – Bijaya Prasad Mohapatra
  4. Byabaharika Odia Bhasa                    – S K Tripathy

Semester – II

Core – III

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Medieval Odia Literature:

  1.   Raskallola                                       – Dinakrushana Das
    1.  (Chapters to be read: 33 & 34)
  2.   Manabodha Chautisha                  – Bhakta Charana Das
  3.  Labanyabati                                     – Sarobara barnana
  4. Kishora Chandrananda Chamu      – Baladeba Ratha
    1. Ghenai ambhe jete kahilure (gha geeta)

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – II

Core – IV

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Modern Poetry:

  1.   Tapaswini                            – Gangadhar Meher
    1.  First four chapters
  2.   Alekhika                             – Godabarish Mishra
    1. Abhiram Singh
      1. Kaalijai
  3. Baji Routa                             – Sachidananda Routroy
  4. Jhia Pain Gotie Kabita         – Rajendra Panda

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – II

General Elective (GE): 2 /DSC 1 B

(NOTE: This paper is to be taken by either students having Hons. in other subject, but taken Odia as an Elective subject or having no Hons., but taken Odia as a Pass subject)

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Medieval Odia Literature:

  1.   Raskallola                                       – Dinakrushana Das
    1.  (Chapters to be read: 33 & 34)
  2.   Manabodha Chautisha                  – Bhakta Charana Das
  3.  Labanyabati                                     – Sarobara barnana
  4. Kishora Chandrananda Chamu      – Baladeba Ratha
    1. Ghenai ambhe jete kahilure (‘gha’ geeta)

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – III

Core – V

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Modern Odia Literature

  1.      Odia Natya Sahityara Utpatti O Kramabikasha
  2.     Odia Upanyasa Sahityara Utpatti O Kramabikasha
  3.      Odia Prabandha Sahityara Utpatti O Kramabikasha
  4.     Odia Galpa Sahityara Utpatti O Kramabikasha
  5.      Odia Samalochana Sahityara Utpatti O Kramabikasha
  6.    Odia Bhramana Sahityara Upatti O Kramabikasha

Suggested Readings:

  1. Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                 – Banshidhara Mohanty
  2. Upanyasa Sahityara Parichaya                  – Pathani Pattnaik
  3. Odia Sahityara Sankshipta Parichsaya     – Brundabana Acharya
  4. Odia Prabandha Sahitya                              – Ashit Kabi
  5. Odia Galpara Unmesha O Bikasha                        – Banshidhara Samal
  6. Prasanga Nataka                                           – Krushna Charan Behera
  7. Natya Sahityara Bikashadhara                   – Hemanta Ku. Dash
  8. Prabandha O Samalochana                         – Pathani Pattnaik

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – III

Core – VI

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Novels

  1. Mamu                         – Fakir Mohan Senapati
  2. Matira Manisha        – Kalindi Charan Panigrahi

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – III

Core – VII

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Novels

  1. Paraja                         – Gopinath Mohanty
  2. Kalantara                   – Surendra Mohanty

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – III

General Elective (GE): 3 /DSC 1 C

(NOTE: This paper is to be taken by either students having Hons. in other subject, but taken Odia as an Elective subject or having no Hons., but taken Odia as a Pass subject)

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Modern Odia Literature

  •      Odia Natya Sahityara Utpatti O Kramabikasha
  •     Odia Upanyasa Sahityara Utpatti O Kramabikasha
  •      Odia Prabandha Sahityara Utpatti O Kramabikasha
  •     Odia Galpa Sahityara Utpatti O Kramabikasha
  •      Odia Samalochana Sahityara Utpatti O Kramabikasha
  •    Odia Bhramana Sahityara Upatti O Kramabikasha

Suggested Readings:

  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                 – Banshidhara Mohanty
  • Upanyasa Sahityara Parichaya                  – Pathani Pattnaik
  • Odia Sahityara Sankshipta Parichsaya     – Brundabana Acharya
  • Odia Prabandha Sahitya                              – Ashit Kabi
  • Odia Galpara Unmesha O Bikasha                        – Banshidhara Samal
  • Prasanga Nataka                                           – Krushna Charan Behera
  • Natya Sahityara Bikashadhara                   – Hemanta Ku. Dash
  • Prabandha O Samalochana                         – Pathani Pattnaik

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – IV

Core – VIII

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Drama:

  1. Konarka                                 – Aswini Ku. Ghosh
  2. Ghara Sansara                       – Ramachandra Mishra

Suggested Readings:

  1. Odia Natakara Bikashadhara – Hemata Ku. Das

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – IV

Core – IX

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Drama:

  1. Bharasa                                  – Gopal Chhotaray
  2. August 9                                – Manoranja Das

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – IV

Core – X

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Odia Prabandha O bhramana Sahitya

  1. Prabandha Prasuna                                                              – Ed. By: Chintamani Behera
    1. Nija Dayitwa –          Mayadhar Manshing
    1. Samuha Drusti –       Sadashiba Mishra
    1. Chali na jani –          Bhubaneswar Behera
    1. Ekalabya Katha –     Chittaranjan Das
  2. Paschima Afrikare Odia Dhinki                                         – Bhubaneswar Behera

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – IV

General Elective (GE): 4 /DSC 1 D

(NOTE: This paper is to be taken by either students having Hons. in other subject, but taken Odia as an Elective subject or having no Hons., but taken Odia as a Pass subject)

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Drama:

  1. Bharasa                                  – Gopal Chhotaray
  2. August 9                                – Manoranja Das

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – V

Core – XI

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Short Stories:

  1. Rebati                                     – Fakir Mohan Senapati
  2. Shikara                                   – Bhagabati Charan Panigrahi
  3. Nila Mastrani                                    – Godabarish Mohapatra
  4. Dimiri Phula                          – Akhil Mohan Pattnaik
  5. Manshara Bilapa                  – Kalindi Charana Panigrahi
  6. Dwitiya Shmasan                 – Ramachandra Behera

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – V

Core – XII

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Atmajibani O Jibani:

  1. Atma Jibana Charita                        – Fakir Mohan Senapati
  2. Utkalamani                            – Gopinath Mohanty

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – V

DSE- I

Students have to choose one group as DSE from Group “A” (Loka Sahitya) or Group – ‘B’ (Bhasa Bigyana)

                                                                                                Credit: 06

Internal Assessment Marks : 30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks : 70

Group – ‘A’ (Loka Sahitya)

  • Loka Geetara Sangya , Swaroop O Prakarabheda
  • Utsaba Samparkita Lokageeta (Doli Geeta, Karama Geeta, Jhumar,Tusu, Geeta, Chhau Nrutyara Geeta)
  • Sanskar Mulaka Loka Geeta (Bibaha Geeta, Kandana Geeta, Mrutyu Geeta, Mantra Geeta)
  •  Jeebika Samparkita Loka Geeta (B andara Nachara Geeta, Sapuakhela Geeta)
  • Shishu Geeta

Group – ‘B’ (Bhasa Bigyana)

Odia Bhasara Utpatti O Krama Bikasha

  • Endo-Europiya Bhasa Paribara
  • Bharatiya Arya Bhasa (Prachina Madhya O Nabina)
  • Prachina Oia Bhasara Krama Bikasha (up to 15th century)

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type question of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – V

DSE- II

Students have to choose one group as DSE from Group “A” (Loka Sahitya) or Group – ‘B’ (Bhasa Bigyana)

                                                                                                Credit: 06

Internal Assessment Marks : 30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks : 70

Group – ‘A’ (Loka Sahitya)

  • Loka Kathara Sangya Swarup O Prakaraveda
  • Loka Kahani ( Rupa Katha, Upakatha, Osa O Bratara Katha, Pura Katha, Asuruni Budhi Katha)
  • Prabada, Prahelika

Group – ‘B’ (Bhasa Bigyana)

  • Bhasara Sangya O Swarupa
  • Bhasara Utpati Siddhanta
  • Bhasa Paribartanara Karana O Diga

Instructions:

The question papers for the en Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type question of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – VI

Core – XIII

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Odia Bhasa:

  1. Bharatiya bhasa paribara
  2. Odia bhasara utpatti o bikasha
  3. Odia lipira utpatti o bikasha
  4. Odisara anchalika bhasa

Suggested Readings:

  1. Manishara Bhasa                                   – Golaka Bihari Dhal
    1. Odia Bhashara Unmesha O Bikasha  – Bashudev Sahu
    1. Odia Bhasa Bibhaba                             – Bijay Prasad Mohapatra

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – VI

Core – XIV

Credit:  06

Internal Assessment Marks:  30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks:  70

Sahitya-tatwa:

  1. Prachya
    1. Rasa
    1. Riti
    1. Dhwani
  2. Paschatya
    1. Classicism
    1. Romanticism
    1. Realism

Suggested Readings:

  1. Sahityara Suchipatra                               – Bibhuti Pattnaik
    1. Sahityara Ruparekha                              – Niladri Bhushan Harichandan
    1. Sahitya-tatwa – Pracya O Paschatya – Jyotsnamayi Pradhan

Instructions:

The question papers for the End Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type questions, of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – VI

DSE- III

Students have to choose one group as DSE from Group “A” (Loka Sahitya) or Group – ‘B’ (Bhasa Bigyana)

                                                                                                           Credit: 06

Internal Assessment Marks : 30

End Semester Examination (ESE) Marks : 70

Group A: Loka Sahitya

Loka Nataka

  •  Loka Nataka Sangya, Swaroop O Prakasa Veda
  • Leela, Chhau Suanga Nrutya, Dandanata, Mogala Tamasa.

Group – B: Bhasa Bigyana

  • Odia Lipira Unmesha O Bikasha
  • Bramhi Lipi, Kusana Lipi, Kutila Lipi, Pratna Odia Lipi, Prachina Oia Lipi, Odia Lipira Bashistya

Instructions:

The question papers for the en Semester Examination (ESE) will have the following patterns;

Sl.No Particulars Marks
1 10 objective type question (MCQ/True –False/Fill in the Blanks etc) for two mark each. 10 x 2 = 20
2 8 short answer (25 words) type question of which 4 have to be answered for 5 marks each. 4 x 5 =20
3 4 question of long answer (400 words) type of which 2 have to be answered for 15 marks each. 2 X 15 = 30

Semester – VI

DSE- IV

                                                                                                Credit: 06

 Viva: 30

Project: 70

Group – A: Loka Sahitya

Project work on the basis of selected elective

Group – B:Bhasa Bigyana

Project work on the basis of selected elective

M.A. Odia Syllabus – Kolhan University / Tata College, Chaibasa

ସ୍ନାତକୋତ୍ତର ଓଡିଆ ଭାଷା ଓ ସାହିତ୍ୟ ବିଭାଗ / POST GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF ODIA

କୋଲ୍ହାନ୍ ବିଶ୍ୱବିଦ୍ୟାଳୟ / KOLHAN UNIVERSITY

M.A.  ODIA  SYLLABUS – 2019 ONWARDS

POST GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF ODIAKOHAN UNIVERSITY, CHAIBASAJHARKHAND

P.G.    Syllabus:  2019 Onwards

EXAMINATION FRAMEWORK

Marks Weightage and Scheme of Examination:

  • Mark Weightage of a Course:

Each non-practical/non-project course (FC/CC/EC) shall be of 100 Marks having two components –

  • 70 Marks shall be assigned to the End Semester University Examination (ESUE), conducted by the University, and
  • (ii)30 Marks for Sessional Internal Assessment (SIA), conducted by the Department/College. The 30 Marks of SIA shall be further divided in the following manner:
    • 20 Marks for Internal Written Examinations,
    • 05Marks for Written Assignment and
    • 05 Marks for overall performance of a student including regularity in the classroom lectures/ seminars and other activities of the Department/College.
    • There shall be two written internal examinations, each of 1 hour duration and each of 20 marks, in a semester out of which the best one shall be taken for computation of marks under SIA.
    • Project courses would also be of 100 marks but there shall be no internal written examinations (SIA) of the type specified above. The written component of the project (Project Report) shall be of 80 marks and 20 marks will be for the Viva-voce examination jointly conducted by an external examiner, appointed by the University, and the internal supervisor/guide.
  • End Semester University Examination (ESUE):

The End Semester University Examination for ODD semesters (1st& 3rd semesters) will normally be held in the month of December every current Academic Year and will be of Three Hours duration. Similarly, the End Semester University Examinations for EVEN semesters (2nd& 4th semesters) will normally be conducted in the month of June every current Academic Year and will be of Three Hours duration. Question Pattern- There will be a uniform pattern of questions for all the courses and of all the programmes. A total of EIGHT questions will be set in each course for the ESUE in which Question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/ True-False/Fill in the Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question No. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered by the examinees out of the remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

  • Eligibility Criteria for appearing at Semester Examinations:

To qualify for appearing at the First, Second, Third and Fourth semester course Examinations in the various programmes in the Faculties of Science, Social Science, Humanities and Commerce, a candidate must have completed a regular course of study in the University Department/College in the programme in which he/she is registered, (b) Attended at least 75% of the lectures, tutorials and practical sessions, whichever applicable, separately during a semester and (c) Have been registered in the University as a student. Provided in case of a candidate earning less than 75% of attendance in any of the semesters due to any extraordinary circumstance, like lines, accident, mishap in the family and deputation by the University/Department/College, condition to the extent of 25% only shall be granted by the Head of the Department/Principal of the College. To be eligible for appearing at the Final Semester Examinations, a student must pass all subjects/courses in the previous semesters (1st to 3rd semester).

Semester – I   Foundation Course (FC – I) ICT for Language Students                     100     Core – I History of Odia Literature – 1               100     Core – II History of Odia Literature – 2               100       Core – III Ancient and Medieval                              100  Odia Literature                                                            __________________                                                             Total    400           Semester – II   ELECTIVE COURSE (EC-1)                         100       Core – IV Indian Theory of Poetry                           100 (Prachya Kavya Tatwa)   Core – V Odishara Sankshipta Itihasa                  100 O Sanskruti     Core – VI Odia Language                                                          100                                                              __________________                                                             Total       400                                                                
Semester – III   ELECTIVE COURSE (EC-2)                          100       Core – VII Odia Modern Poetry                                   100     Core – VIII Odia Novel and Short Stories                       100       Core – IX Western Theory of Literature (Paschatya Kavyatatwa)                          100                                                              __________________                                                             Total      400   Semester – IV   ELECTIVE COURSE (EC-3)                        100       Core – X Odia  Drama                                                  100       Core – XI Odia Literary Essay                                   100       PROJECT                                                        100                                                              __________________                                                             Total      400      

Semester – I

FC – I

ICT for Language Students

 Credit: 4

      End Semester Examination Marks: 70

Sessional Internal Assessment                 Marks: 30

  1. Introduction to Information and Computer Technology
    1. Basics of information technology and computer applications
    1. basics of computer hardware, software and popular application
    1. Popular Operating Systems, configuration and versions
    1. The online world and web
    1. Settings and trouble shooting
  2. ICT for Teaching, Learning and Research
    1. Introduction to Microsoft Office
      1. Word
      1. PowerPoint
    1. Web resources
      1. Wikis
      1. Goggle Search
        1. General Search
        1. Google Scholar
        1. Google Books
    1. Subject based and Language based packages
    1. Learning and Research Tools
      1. Reference, Mailing and Review tools on Microsoft Word
      1. Style, paragraph and font
      1. Other word processing applications
      1. Audio-visual presentation
      1. Library resources and library accessing applications
        1. E-library
          1. IFLIBNET
          1. UGC online resources
          1. Major library resources
          1. E-books
        1. Library accessing systems
  3. Multilingual usage of ICT:
    1. Unicode and other language applications
      1. Traditional, phonetic and inscript based input
      1. font and keyboard
      1. Indic language input tools
      1. Typing, editing and error checking
    1. Microsoft Publications and PageMaker
    1. Language setting for web browser and online platforms
    1. Multilingual translations
  4. Transferring language skill into career opportunity through ICT
    1. Scope of language creativity blended with ICT skill in Mass Communication
      1. Journalism and publication
      1. Advertising, marketing and publicity industries
      1. Blogging and e-book publication
    1. ICT in language based career
    1. Advance learning of ICT for language specific communication and publication industries
    1. Industry oriented language packages and applications
    1. Learning, earning and enjoying ICT platforms for language students.

Suggested Reference:

End Semester University Examination (ESUE)

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester – I, Core – I

History of Odia Literature – 1

 Credit: 5

      End Semester Examination Marks: 70

                    Sessional Internal Assessment Marks: 30

  1. Charyā Geetikā O Prāk Sāraŀā Sāhitya
  2. Sāraŀā Sāhitya
  3. Sri Jagannātha O Nirguŋa Sāhitya – Panchasakhā O Parabarti Bikāsha-dhara (1501 ru 1850)
  4. Odiā Kāvya Sahitya – Prāk-riti O Riti-kāla
  5. Madhyajugiya Kāvyara Rupatatva – Chaupadi, Chautishā, Poi, Koili, Champu, Padābaŀi

Suggested Readings:

  • Odia Sahityara Kramabikasha                    –           Neelakantha Das
  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                   –           Surya Narayan Das

Volume I & II

  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                  –           Bansidhar Mohanty,

Volume I, II & III

  • Odia Sahityara Aadiparva                           –           Surendra Mohanty
  • Odia Sahityara Madhya Parva                    –           Surendra Mohanty
  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                  –           Mayadhar Mansingh
  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                  –           Brundavana Acharya
  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                  –           Bauribandhu Kara

End Semester University Examination (ESUE)

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester – I, Core – II

History of Odia Literature – 2

 Credit: 5

      End Semester Examination Marks: 70

Sessional Internal Assessment:                Marks: 30

  1. Naba-jagarana O Unabinsha Satabdira Odia Bhasa Sahitya
  2. Bhima Bhoi, Radhanatha, Madhusudan Rao
  3. Fakir Mohan, Gangadhara O Nandakishor
  4. Satyabadi, Sabuja O Pragatibadi Sahitya Dhara
  5. Swadhinta Parabarti Odia Sahityara Bikasadhara (1980 parjyanta)

Suggested Readings:

  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa (Volume IV)                        –           Surya Narayan Das
  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa (Volume III)             –           Bansidhar Mohanty
  • Adhunika Odia Sahityra Itihasa                   –           Natabara Samantaroy
  • Gadya Sahitya                                                –           Shrinivasa Mishra
  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                  –           Mayadhar Mansingh
  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                  –           Brundavana Acharya
  • Odia Sahityara Itihasa                                  –           Bauribandhu Kara
  • Odishara Itihasa                                           –           Pyari Mohan Acharya

End Semester University Examination (ESUE)

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester –I, Core – III

Ancient and Medieval Odia Literature

Credit: 5

      End Semester Examination Marks: 70

   Sessional Internal Assessment Marks: 30

  •  Sarala Mahabharata (Swargarohana Parva)
  •  Srimad Bhagabata (Jadu Abadhuta Sambada)
  •  
    • Rasakallola (Barsha Barnana)               –             Dinakrushna Das
    • Labanyabati (Sarobara Barnana)         –             Upendra Bhanja
    •  Keshaba Koili                                          –             Markanda Das
  •  Kishor Chandranand Champu (ka, kha, ga, gha)        – Baladev Rath
  •  Chatura Binoda                                                  –             Brajanath Badajena

Suggested Readings:

Odia Sahityara Itihasa Part II                                               – Banshidhara Mohanty

Odia Sahityara Kramabikasha                                             – Neelakantha Das

Eka Nutana Prekshyapatare

Prachina MadhyaYugiya Kavya                                           -Niladri Bhushan Harichandan

Bhanjiya Kabya Bhavana                                                     – Beni Madhav Padhi

Kavya Koushala                                                                     – Sudarshana Acharya

End Semester University Examination

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester – II

ELECTIVE COURSE (EC-1)

Research Methodology

Credit: 4

      End Semester Examination Marks: 70

  Sessional Internal Assessment Marks: 30

  1. Gaveshana Prabidhi
    1. Gabesanara Sangya, Swarupa O Prakara-bheda
    1. Gabeshanara Uddeshya, Gabeshakra Dayitwa O Samaja Samparka
    1. Gabesana O  Samalochana
  2. Bishaya Nirbachana, Tathya Sangraha o Kshetra Adhyayana
  3. Gabesanara Bibhinna Paddhati
  4. Gabesanara Nibandhara Prastuti-bigyana

Suggested Readings:

  1. Gobesana Prabidhi                           –           Subodh Kumar Chattreja
  2. Shodh Prabidhi (Hindi)                    –           Vinay Mohan Sharma
  3. Thesis and Assignment Writing      –           J. Anderson
  4. MLA Handbook                                 –           Modern Language Association

End Semester University Examination

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester – II, Core – IV

 Indian Theory of Poetry (Prachya Kavya Tatwa)

                Credit: 5

      End Semester Examination Marks: 70

Sessional Internal Assessment                 Marks: 30

  • Prachya Sahitya Tatwara Itihasa
  • Riti O Guna
  • Rasa O Dhwani
  • Auchitya O Bakrokti
  • Alankara

Suggested Readings:

  •  Alankara Prasanga                                –           Gobinda Chandra Udgata
  • Kavya Bichara                                         –           Sarveswara Das
  • Alankara Parichiti                                   –           Abhinna Chandra Das
  • Alankara Shastra Prabesh                     –           Bharati Mishra
  • Sahitya Tatwa Prachya O Paschatya     –           Jyostnamayee Pradhan
  • Bharatiya Sahitya Tatwa                        –           Banamali Ratha
  • Sahityara Suchipatra                              –           Bibhuti Pattanaik
  • Sahityara Rupa Rekha                            –           N B Harichandan

End Semester University Examination

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester – II, Core – V

 Odishara Sankshipta Itihasa O Sanskruti

Credit: 5

      End Semester Examination Marks: 70

   Sessional Internal Assessment Marks: 30

  1. Prachina Odisha (Itihasara Utsa)
    1. Silalekha, Prachina Mudra, Dhwansabasesa, Likhita Tathya, Madala Panji
  2. Odishara Aitihasika O Bhougolika Sthiti
    1. Kalinga, Utkala, Udra, Toshali, Kangoda, Koshala O Odisha
    1. Kalinga Juddha, Kharabela, Mathar, Sailodbhaba, Bhoumakara Rajatwa
  3. Odishara Prachina Sanskruti O Dharma
    1. Sarala sahitya bhittire Odishara sanskruti
    1. Odishara sanskrutire bibhinna dharma
    1. Boudha, Tantra, Natha, Shakta, Shaiva
    1. Baishnba – Sri Jagannatha, Sri Chaitnya, Nirguna
  4. Anchala Bhittire Odishara Sanskruti
  5. Odishara Adibasi Sanskruti O Jharkhandre Odia Sanskruti

Suggested Readings:

  1. History of Odisha (Vol. I to IV)        –           Utkal University Press
  2. Odishara Sanskutika Itihasa             –           Odisha Sahitya Akademy
  3. Odia Sahityara Adiparba                  –           Surendra Mohanty
  4. Odia Sahityara Madhyaparba          –           Surendra Mohanty
  5. Odia Sahityara Sanskutika Itihasa   –           Chittaranjan Das
  6. Pashchima Odishara Sanskrutika Bikasadhara – Sudhir Ku Sahoo
  7. Odia Jatira Itihasa                              –           Nabin Kumar Sahoo
  8. Jagannath Revisited                          –           Kulke & Schnepel (Editors)

End Semester University Examination

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester – II, Core – VI

 Odia Language

 Credit: 5

      End Semester Examination Marks: 70

   Sessional Internal Assessment Marks: 30

  1. Bhasara Sangya, Swaroopa o bibidhata
  2. Bhasha paribartana
    1. Karana
    1. Diga
    1. Bhasara Samakalina o Aitihasika paribartana
  3. Dhwanira Parichaya
    1. Dhwani utpanna prakriya
    1. Odia dhwani
      1. Swara-dhwani
      1. Byanjana-dhwani
  4. Odia Bhasa Bikashara Sanksipta paricharcha
  5. Odia Lipira Udbhaba O Bikasha
  6. Odia Bhasa Upare Bivinna Bhasara Pravaba
    1. Austrik
    1. Dravida
    1. Jabanika
    1. Europiya
  7. Odia Barnamala, Shabda, Pada o Bakya

Suggested Readings:

  •  Manishara Bhasa                                         –           Golak Bihari Dhal
  •  Bhasa Charchara Parampara                     –           Dr.Gangadhar Mishra
  •  Bhasa Shastra Parichaya                            –           Dr.Golak Bihari Dhala
  •  Dhawani Vigyana                                         –           Dr.Golak Bihari Dhala
  •  Bhasa Vigyarara Ruparekha                      –           Dr. Basudev Sahoo
  •  Odia Bhasara Unmesh O Bikasha               –           Dr. Basudev Sahoo
  • Odia Bhasa Bivaba                                        –           Bijaya Prasad Mohapatra

End Semester University Examination

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester – III

    ELECTIVE COURSE (EC-2)

  Special Paper

Credit: 5

      End Semester Examination Marks: 70

                   Sessional Internal Assessment Marks: 30

Group- A

LOKA SAHITYA

Lokasahitya Addhyanara Bhittibhumi

  • Loka, loka-dhara, loka-sanskuti o loka-sahitya
    • sangya, swarupa o bibidhata
  • Lokasahitya adhyana 1
    • Lokasahitya adhyanara parmpara o dhara
    • Lokasahitya sangraha o sanrakhyana – paddhtti o prakriya
  • Lokasahitya adhyana 2
    • Samajika o aitihasika bhittibhumi adhyana
    • Lokasahityara ‘motive’ o ‘narrative’
    • Lokashityara sangrachana-gata adhyayana
  • Loka-sahityare sadharana manisha
  • Loka-sahityara bibhaga o bibhaba

Suggested Readings:

  1. Odia Lokageeta O Kahani                                         –           Kunja Bihari Dash
  2. Narratives in Odia                                                     –           P C Pattanaik
  3. Singhbumra Loka Sahitya o Saskruti                      –           P K Pradhan
  4. Loka Sahitya Tatwa                                                  –           S. S. Mohapatra
  5. Loka Dhara, Loka Sanskruti O Loka Sahitya          –           K. R. Panigrahi
  6. Lokadhara                                                                 –           Sudhir Ku. Sahu

OR,

GROUP- B

SHRI JAGANNATHA SAHITYA O SANSKRUTI

  • Shri Jagannatha Sanskruitira Swaroop prusthabhumi, Udbahaba o Bikasha.
  • Baudha O Jaina Sanskruiti Sahiyta O Jagannath Sanskruitira Samparka.
  • Aadibasi Loka Sanskrutira Parichaya O Jagannatha Sanskruiti Saha Samparka.
  • Baishnava Dharma O Bramhanya Sanskruti Saha Jagnnatha Sanskrutira Samparka.

Suggested Readings:

  1. Odia Sahityara Adi Parva                 –           Surendra Mohanty
  2. Odia Sahityara Madhya Parva         –           Surendra Mohanty
  3. Jagannath Revisited                          –           Herman Kulke and Bukhard Schepel (Editors)
  4. Odia Sahityara Sanskrutika BikashDhara – Chittranjan Das
  5. Tattwa O Tathyare Srijagannath     –           Tulashi Ojha

OR

GROUP- C

SARALA, PANCHASAKHA O PURANA SAHITYA

  • Sarala Dasanka Jeebani O Sarala Sahityara Prusthabhumi (Samajika, Sanskrutika, Rajanaitika, Arthanaitika, Dharmika O Sahityika Prusthabhumi)
  • Sarala Sahityara Maulikata (Aaharana O Aaropana)
  • Sarala Sahityara Bibhinna Bibhaba (Ukaliya Sanskruit, Samakika Chitra, Rajneeti, Arthaneeti, charitra Chitrana O Sahityika Baishisthya)
  • Sarala Sahityare Bibhinna dharmadhara.(Baudha, Naatha, Shaiba, Shakta, Saura, Ganpatya, Baishnava etyadi)

Suggested Readings:

  1. SudraMuni Sarala Das                                              –           Sarala Sahitya Sansad
    1. Odia Sahityara Adi Parva                                         –           Surendra Mohanty
    1. PanchaSakha Sahitya                                                –           Chitta Ranjan Das
    1. PanchaSakha Sahitya                                                –           Debendra Das
    1. Tattwa O Tathyare Srijagannath                             –           Tulashi Ojha

End Semester University Examination

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester III, Core – VII

 Modern Poetry

Credit: 5

     End Semester Examination Marks: 70

 Sessional Internal Assessment Marks: 30

  1.  Mahayatra                 –           Radhanath Roy (Frist two sarga only)
  2. Pranaya Ballari          –           Gangadhar Meher
  3. Alekhika                     –           Godabarisha Mishra
    1. Kala Pahada
    1. Vikram Singh
    1. Gala Madhaba
    1. Sakhigopala
  4. Pandulipi                    –           Sachidananda Routray
    1. Jhada
    1. Pratima Nayak
  5. Kalapursha                –           Guruprashad Mohanty

Suggested Readings:

  1. Sabujaru Sampratika                                    –           Nityananda Satapathy
  2. Adhunika Odia Kabya Dhara           –           Narendra Mishra
  3. Pramukha Kabi Katipaya                  –           Nityananda Satapathy
  4. Adhunika Odia Sahityara Itihasa     –           Natabara Samantaray

End Semester University Examination (ESUE)

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Core – VIII

 Novel and Short Stories

 Credit: 5

End Semester Examination                     Marks: 70

                  Sessional Internal Assessment                               Marks: 30

  1. Chhamana Athaguntha         –           Fakir Mohan Senapati
  2. Bhimabhuinya                       –          Gopal Ballava Das
  3. Amrutara Santana                 –           Gopinath Mahanty
  4. Asurya Upanibesha               –           Chandra Sekhar Ratha
  5. Galpa Sudha                           –           Edited by K.C.Sahoo and P.K.Pradhan

Readings of:

  1. Dakamunshi                         –           Fakir Mohan Senapati
    1. Andharua                 –           Sachhidananda Routray
    1. Anahuti                     –           Gopinath Mohanthy
    1. Aneka Smita Hasya –           Manoj Das

Suggested Readings:               

  1. Odia Kshyudra Galpara Gati O prakruti      –          Baishnaba Charan Samal
  2. Odia Galpa O Upanyasara Nava Diganta     –          Adikanda Sahoo
  3. Odia Upanysa Sahitya Parichaya                 –           Pathani Patanayak
  4. Swadhinata Paravarti Odia Kshyudra         –           Suresh Ch. Dash

Galpa Prasanga

  • Odia Upanyasare Jivana bodha                   –           Balakrishna Behera

End Semester University Examination (ESUE)

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester – III, Core – IX

 Paschatya Kavyatatwa (Literary Criticism)

Credit: 5

End Semester Examination                     Marks: 70

                  Sessional Internal Assessment                               Marks: 30

  1. Classicism and Romanticism
  2. Realism, Progressivism and Existentialism
  3. Myth, Symbolism and Imagery
  4. Reader’s Response Theory
  5. Structuralism and Deconstruction

Suggested Readings:

  1. Sahityara Suchipatra                                    –           Bibhuti Pattanayak
  2. Sampratika Sahitya                           –           Bibhuti Pattanayak
  3. Sahitya Tatwa Prachya O Paschatya           –          Jyotshnamayee Pradhan
  4. Adhunikatara Samakala                               –           Haraprasad Das
  5. Theory of Literature                                    –           Welleek and Warren
  6. Adhunikatara Samakala                               –           Haraprasad Das
  7. https://www.iep.utm.edu

End Semester University Examination (ESUE)

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester – IV

ELECTIVE COURSE (EC-3)

Special Paper

Credit: 5

End Semester Examination                     Marks: 70

                  Sessional Internal Assessment                               Marks: 30

Group- A

LOKA SAHITYA

  1. Lokakatha:
    1. Sangya, Swarup, Prakarbhenda
    1. Rupakatha, Rupak Katha, Pashupakshira Kahani, Myth, Legend etc. – Short introduction only
  2. Lokageeta:
    1. Sangya, Swaroop, prakarbheda o shailee
    1. Doligeeta, Karamgeeta, Bandana Pravara Geeta, Kandana Geeta, Mrutyu Geeta, Shisu Geeta, Halia Geeta, Tusu Geeta, etc.
  3. Lokanataka:
    1. Sangya, Swaroop, Prakarbhenda
    1. Pala, dasakathia, chhau, dandanattya,  tamasa, suanga, lila,
  4. Prabada, Prabachanna, Prahelika, etc.
  5. Singhbhumara Odia Loka Sanskriti o loka sahitya

Suggested Readings:

  1. Odia Lokageeta O Kahani                                  –           Kunja Bihari Dash
    1. Narratives in Odia                                              –           P C Pattanaik
    1. Singhbumra Loka Sahitya o Saskruti               –           P K Pradhan
    1. Loka Sahitya Tatwa                                           –           S. S. Mohapatra
    1. Loka Dhara, Loka Sanskruti O Loka Sahitya   –           K. R. Panigrahi

OR,

GROUP- B

SHRI JAGANNATHA SAHITYA O SANSKRUTI

  • Odia Purana O Mahatmya Sahiyare Shri Jagnnath O Tahara Mula Utsa.
  • Tatwashrayee Odia Geetika, chautisha. Chaupadi, Bhajana O Janana sahityare Shri Jagannathaa.
  • Odia Kabya Kabitare Shri Jhagannaha.
  • Odia Galpa, Upanyasa, Natalka, Prabandha O Patra Partikare Shri Jagannath.
  • Odisa Bahare Sri Jagannath Sanskruti
  • Jharkandare Sri Jagannatha Sanskruti
  • Sri Jagnnathanka Seba Nijoga, Puja, Upasana Parba Purana Samparkita Aalochana)

Suggested Readings:

  1. Odia Sahityara Adi Parva                 –           Surendra Mohanty
  2. Odia Sahityara Madhya Parva         –           Surendra Mohanty
  3. Jagannath Revisited                          –           Herman Kulke and Bukhard Schepel (Editors)
  4. Odia Sahityara Sanskrutika BikashDhara – Chittranjan Das
  5. Tattwa O Tathyare Srijagannath     –           Tulashi Ojha

OR,

GROUP- C

SARALA PANCHASAKHA O PURANA SAHITYA

  1. Panchasakha Sahityara Prushabhumi

(Samajika, Sanskrudtika, Rajanaitika, Arthanaitikam, Aithihaasika,Dharmika, O Sahityika)

  • Panchasakha Sahityakaranka Rachanabali
  • Panchasakha Sahityare Dharma O Darshana Swaroop
  • Panchasakha Kavyachet o Maulikata
  • Panchasakha Yugare Rachita Puran Sahitya.

Suggested Readings:

  1. SudraMuni Sarala Das                                  –           Sarala Sahitya Sansad
    1. Odia Sahityara Adi Parva                              –           Surendra Mohanty
    1. Odia Sahityara Madhya Parva                      –           Surendra Mohanty
    1. PanchaSakha Sahitya                                                –           Chitta Ranjan Das
    1. PanchaSakha Sahitya                                                –           Debendra Das
    1. Tattwa O Tathyare Srijagannath                 –           Tulashi Ojha

End Semester University Examination (ESUE)

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester – IV, Core – X

 Drama

Credit: 5

End Semester Examination                     Marks: 70

                  Sessional Internal Assessment                               Marks: 30

  1. Kanchi Kaveri            –           Rama Shankar Roy
  2. Bhata                          –           Kalicharan Pattnaik
  3. Aranya Phasal           –           Manoranjan Das
  4. Kansara Atma                        –           Bijay Kumar Satapathy
  5. Ekankika                     –           Compiled by Narayana Sahu
    1. Sandhya Asarara Bhuta                   –           Pranabandhu Kara
    1. Sunya Panjuri                                                –           Ratnakara Chaini
    1. Udanta Pahadara Darja                    –           Ramesh Panigrahi
    1. Level Crossing                                   –           Bijaya Mishra

Suggested Readings:

  1. Prasanga: Nataka                                          –           Krushna Charan Behera
  2. Natya Sahityara Bikash Dhara                     –           Hemanta Kumar Das
  3. Udbhata Natya Parampara                          –           Ratnakar Chaini

End Semester University Examination (ESUE)

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester – VI, Core – XI

 Literary Essays

Credit: 5

End Semester Examination                     Marks: 70

                  Sessional Internal Assessment                               Marks: 30

  1. Geeti kabitara Sangya Swaroop O Prakarabheda (Koili, Choutisha Bhakti Geetika)
  2. Adhunika Kabya Kabitare Sampratika Yuga Chetana (Sthitibadi, Pragatibadi, Pryogabadi)
  3. Odia Galpa Sahityara Unmesha,  Bikasadhara,  Shrenibibhaga O Baishistya.
  4. Odia Bharmana Kahanira Unmesh, Bikashdara, Shrenibibhaga O Baishistya
  5. Odia Prabandha Sahityara Unmesha O Vikash
  6. Odia Samalochana Sahityara Unmesha O Vikash
  7. Odia Upanyasa Sahityara Unmesha O Viakash
  8. Odia Natya Sahityara Unmesha O Vikaash

Suggested Readings:

  1. Adhunika Odia Galpa Sahitya                       –           Dr.Shrinrvasha Mishra
  2. Adhunika Odia Sahityara Itihas                   –           Natabara Samantatay
  3. Parmukha Kabi Katipaya                              –           Dr. Nityananda Satapathy
  4. Odia PrabandhaSahitya                                –           Dr. Bauribandhu Kar
  5. Odia Upanyasa Sahityara Panichaya           –           Dr. Pathani Pattanik

End Semester University Examination (ESUE)

A total of EIGHT questions will be set for each course for ESUE in which question 1 will be Objective Type Question (MCQ/True-False/Fill-in-the-Blanks etc.) consisting of 10 questions of 1 mark each. Question N0. 1 will be COMPULSORY. Any FOUR questions shall have to be answered out of remaining SEVEN questions carrying 15 marks each.

Semester IV

Project

Credit: 5

Dissertation: 80 Marks

Viva: 20 Marks

Dissertation will be written and produced before External Examiners on the day of the examination. Dissertation will be based on the Topics to be Special Papers.

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