- Teacher: Anu Ambujakshan
Genetics is the basis of Life. Knowing genetics makes the life of humans better. Plant breeding is based on genetics. Knowing these subjects can improve life status.
This course is meant to acquaint the students with the objective and significance of taxonomy. It helps the students to prepare herbarium, introduces inductive and deductive reasoning ability. The students will be able to identify the plants in Kerala and will get familiarized with economic importance.
- Teacher: Ansa Alphonsa Antony
The course includes a reading of some of the major theoretical interpretations of the narrative, alongside a
thorough reading of some of the most significant and path breaking works of creative literature. Narrative
fiction had its origins in the folk story telling tradition, even as in the present form the novel in all its
varied aspects to this day remains the most popular and widely read literary form, thanks perhaps
to the use of the medium of prose, the medium of everyday conversation. This apparently simplistic
explanation need not deter us from taking note of the more complex and ideological issues relating to
form and the political import of the extraordinary flexibility the novel shows at the thematic level. In
other words the course should teach the student why Lennard Davis described novel as a compulsory
The course offers a sampling of short fiction; the folk story-telling tradition; and Asian, African, Latin
American, European, British, and American fiction. One module comprises exclusively of fiction
authored by women writers
- Teacher: Renjitha Reghunath