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Here is the Periyar university question paper:

1. How does Jane radiate love and affection?

2. Why does Ingram Blanche leave Rochester?

3. Write a note on Bertha’s bestial love?

4. Role of Lloyd

5. How do Elizabeth and Newson turn against Henchard?

6. Write a note on ‘The Skimmity-ride’

7. Sketch the character of Newson briefly

8. Henchard’s oath

9. Describe the last days of Bernard Marx

10. What is done in The Bottling Room?

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I want to download the sample question papers of B.A of Periyar University. So will you provide the sample question papers of B.A?
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As you want to get the sample question papers of B.A of Periyar University, so here I am providing the following sample paper:

Periyar University B.A Sample Question Paper

SECTION ‘A’- (20 Marks)
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each: (10 x 2 = 20)
1. How does Jane radiate love and affection?
2. Why does Ingram Blanche leave Rochester?
3. Write a note on Bertha’s bestial love?
4. Role of Lloyd
5. How do Elizabeth and Newson turn against Henchard?
6. Write a note on ‘The Skimmity-ride’
7. Sketch the character of Newson briefly
8. Henchard’s oath
9. Describe the last days of Bernard Marx
10. What is done in The Bottling Room?

SECTION ‘B’-(25 Marks)
II. Answer the following in about 100 words each: (5 x 5 = 25)
11. (a) Bring out the character of ‘Rochester’
(OR)
(b) Mrs. Reed’s ill-treatment of Jane
12. (a) How are Jane and Rochester united at the end?
(OR)
(b) Contrast Jane Eyre and Ingram Blanche
13. (a) Sketch the Character of ‘Lucetta’.
(OR)
(b) Narrate the circumstances leading to the sale of Susan.
14. (a) Sketch the characters of Farfrae .
(OR)
(b) Susan is a pretty woman with a hard experience Discuss.
15. (a) Sketch the character of Mustapha Mond.
(OR)
(b) Illustrate Bernard Marx as one of the organizers of the World State.

SECTION ‘C’-(30 Marks)
III. Answer any THREE of the following questions in about 200 words each: (3 x 10 = 30)
16. Describe the different kinds of love in’ Jane Eyre’.
17. “The Lowood School of Charlotte Bronte is a hideous Educational institution”
- Elucidate.
18. Hardy’s tragic outlook of life as revealed in ‘The Mayor of Casterbridge’.
19. Justify the title of the novel ‘The Mayor of Casterbridge’.
20. Discuss Huxley’s’ Brave Newworld’ as an anti-utopian satire
on current trends.

B.A.ENGLISH DEGREE EXAMINATION
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
First Semester
Allied -I - SOCIAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND

SECTION ‘A’- (20 Marks)
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each : (10 x 2 = 20)
1. What is Reformation?
2. Write a note on Puritanism
3. Coffee Houses
4. Wesley Brothers
5. The Great Exhibition of 1851
6. The Third Reform Bill
7. Boer war
8. Cold war
9. Margaret Thatcher’s Acts
10. Recent Booker Prize Winners of India

SECTION’B’ – (25 Marks)
II. Answer the following questions in about 100 words each : (5 x 5 = 25)
11. (a) What are the causes of Colonial Expansion
(OR)
(b) Civil war and its consequences.
12. (a) Agrarian Revolution.
(OR)
(b) The Methodist Movement.
13. (a) The Oxford Movement
(OR)
(b) Public schools
14. (a) Political disturbances in the Victorian Age
(OR)
(b) Write a note on common wealth Britain
15. (a) Trade Unionism.
(b) The Whigs and The Tories.

SECTION ‘C’ (30 Marks)
III. Answer any THREE of the following questions in about 200 words each : (3 x 10 = 30)
16. The Counter Reformation
17. The Industrial Revolution
18. The effects of French Revolution
19. The Two World Wars
20. Contemporary England

B.A.ENGLISH DEGREE EXAMINATION
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
First Semester
CORE PAPER – II – GRAMMAR AND USAGE

SECTION ‘A’ (20 Marks)
I. Answer the following questions: (10 x 2 = 20)
1. Classify countable and uncountable nouns from the following list :
heap, gold, man, health, air, liberty, mob, fire.
2. Fill in the blanks with suitable pronouns :
(a) The boys are playing with friends.
(b) The bird is in nest.
3. Classify quality, quantity, number, demonstrative, distributive ,
possessive and interrogative adjectives from the following list.
our, little, each, beautiful, thirteen, white, whose, these.
4. Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions
(a) My birthday is October 21.
(b) Don’t cry spilt milk.
5. Complete the sentences with suitable adverbs.
(a) He goes to the cinema.
(b) Don’t run .
6. Combine the following sentences with suitable con junctions.
(a) Take it. Leave it.
(b) He came to school in time . He got up late.
7. Identify the following sentences as Declarative/Interrogative/Imperative/Exclamatory :
(a) What a fine picture it is
(b) Which game do you like
8. Match the following :
(a) The worst sin (i) is this cottage
(b) My only asset (ii) is pride
(iii) to meet her
9. Underline the idioms and phrases in the following sentences.
(a) He agreed to carry out my orders.
(b) He visits this place once in a blue moon.
10. Define :
1. Simile
2. Paradox.

SECTION’B’ (25 Marks)
II. Answer the following questions. (5 x 5 = 25)
11. (a) Briefly describe numbers in English
(OR)
(b) Fill in the blanks with suitable articles.
1. My friend is European.
2. His father is honest man.
3. He returned after hour.
4. Mussolini was Hitler of Italy.
5. I first met him year ago.
12. (a) Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions.
1. The man the horse is my uncle.
2. I bought a book you.
3. Alcohol is injurious health.
4. He has no special liking mathematics.
5. People who live glass houses should not throw stones.
(OR)
(b) Fill in the blanks with suitable verb forms given in brackets.
1. (Arriving, to arrive) at the station they got into the train.
2. She will have (completing, completed) her course by next year.
3. I am proud of (reading, read) English novels.
4. I went to the bank (depositing, to deposit) the money.
5. He was (made, to make) to speak the truth.
13. (a) Point out the adverbs of manner, time, place, frequency and degree from
the following sentences :
1. Don’t advise him again
2. Mani runs fast
3. They are waiting outside
4. He never goes to the cinema
5. Your answer is quite right
(OR)
(b) Combine the following sentences:
1. Kavin is very bold. Ram is not so (Use ‘but’)
2. Get me some mangoes. You go to Salem. (Use ‘when’)
3. He did not come to school. He was ill. (Use ‘since’)
4. He is dead. (Use ‘proper interjection’)
5. Well done my boy. (Add suitable interjection)
14. (a) Identify the patterns of sentences as SV, SVO, SVIODO, SVC and SVOC :
1. Consider her a fool
2. I saw an elephant.
3. He became an engineer.
4. I gave him a pen.
5. The balloon went up.
(OR)
(b) Describe the types of sentences.
15. (a) Match the following idioms and phrases.
(a) Upset the apple cart (i) Complete freedom
(b) blank Cheque (ii) have no effect
(c) bad blood (iii) die
(d) cut noice (iv) spoil plans
(e) kick the bucket (v) ill will
(OR)
(b) Match the following figures of speech.
(a) The boy barked like a dog (i) Metaphor
(b) She is a tower of strength (ii) Metonymy
(c) The pen refuses to write (iii) Synecdoche
(d) I drank the poisoned cup (iv) Personification
(e) India defeated Australia (v) Simile

SECTION ‘C’ (30 Marks)
III. Answer any THREE of the following questions. (3 x 10=30)
16. Define articles by giving examples.
17. Define Modal Auxiliaries. Illustrate with examples.
18. Discuss the different types of conjunctions.
19. Discuss the five basic patterns of sentences with adequate examples.
20. Use any five of the following expressions in your own sentences.
(a) back up (f) gift of the gab
(b) call on (g) a bed of roses
(c) hold on (h) born with a silver spoon
(d) put on (i) a cock and bull story
(e) turn up (j) out of date.

B.A. ENGLISH LITERATURE
SECOND SEMESTER

CORE PAPER III- PROSE
SECTION ‘A’ (10x2=20 Marks)
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each:
Questions 1and 2 - From Unit I
Questions 3 and 4 - From Unit II
Questions 5 and 6 - From Unit III
Questions 7 and 8 - From Unit IV
Questions 9 and 10 - From - Unit V

SECTION ‘B’ (5x5=25 Marks)
II. Answer the following questions in about 100 words each:
Questions 11.a) or b) - From Unit I
Questions 12.a) or b) - From Unit II
Questions 13.a) or b) - From Unit III
Questions 14.a) or b) - From Unit IV
Questions 15.a) or b) - From Unit V

SECTION ‘C’ (3x10=30 Marks)
III. Answer any three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
Question 16 - From Unit I
Question 17 - From Unit II
Question 18 - From Unit III
Question 19 - From Unit IV
Question 20 - From Unit V

I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each:
1. What are the fears of parents?
2. How do lies give pleasure to men?
3. Who is Sir Roger?
4. Why did the widow come to the Assizes?
5. Who are Ho-ti and Bo-bo?
6. How was the first day of January considered by people?
7. How can a critical situation become tighter?
8. When does the author feel sleepy?
9. What made the grandmother unhappy?
10. How do sparrows contribute in the food chain?

Section B: 5 x 5 = 25
II. Answer the following questions in about 100 words each:
11.a)How should the parents treat their children?
(or)
b)What are Bacon’s views on Poets and Poetry?
12.a)Write a note on Roger’s services to church.
(or)
b)Sketch the character of the widow.
13.a)How did the pig come to be roasted?
(or)
b)What are Lamb’s views of Future and Past.
14.a)What was the tight corner that the narrator faced? How did he escape from it?
(or)
b)Describe the views of Priestly about sleeplessness.
15.a)What role does Kushwant Singh’s grandmother play in his life?
(or)
b)What happens if birds build their nests near mobile phone towers?

Section C: 3 x 10 = 30
III. Answer any three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
16. Bring out Bacon’s views ‘Of Parents and Children’.
17. Critically examine Sir Roger’s account of his disappointment in love.
18. Give a critical appreciation of Lamb’s ‘A Dissertation Upon a Roasted Pig’.
19. Sleep is the coy mistress of Priestly-Analyse.
20. Attempt a portrait of Kushwant Singh’s grandmother.

SECOND SEMESTER
ELECTIVE I- INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH


SECTION ‘A’ (10x2=20 Marks)
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each:
Questions 1 and 2 - From Unit I – Poetry
Questions 3 and 4 - From Unit II – Prose
Questions 5 and 6 - From Unit III – Drama
Questions 7 and 8 - From Unit IV – Fiction
Questions 9 and 10 - From Unit V – Short Story

SECTION ‘B’ (5x5=25 Marks)
II. Answer the following questions in about 100 words each:
Questions 11.a) or b) - From Unit I – Poetry
Questions 12.a) or b) - From Unit II – Prose
Questions 13.a) or b) - From Unit III – Drama
Questions 14.a) or b) - From Unit IV – Fiction
Questions 15.a) or b) - From Unit V – Short Story

SECTION ‘C’ (3x10=30 Marks)
III. Answer any three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
Question 16 - From Unit I – Poetry
Question 17 - From Unit II – Prose
Question 18 - From Unit III – Drama
Question 19 - From Unit IV – Fiction
Question 20 - From Unit V – Short Story

SECOND SEMESTER
ELECTIVE I- INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH

MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 3 hours Marks – 75
Section A: 10 x 2 = 20
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each:
1. Where do the homeless women live?
2.Write about the appearance of the old woman?
3. How does Kalam describe Rameshwaram?
4. Who is the director?
5. What are the four conditions laid down by Lord Cornwallis?
6. Why are the English angry with Tipu?
7. What does the name Margayya mean?
8. Narrate Margayya’s first meeting with the priest of Hanuman temple.
9.Who is Shetal Mama?
10. What kind of a man is Santokh Singh?

Section B: 5 x 5 = 25
II.Answer the following questions in about 100 words each:
11.a)The poet uses a mix of images to describe the rainy night. Discuss
(or)
b)What kind of an image do you form of the house described in A.K.Ramanujan’s, ‘Small Scale
Reflections on a Great House’ ?
12. a)Discuss the spiritual ideas of Kalam’s father
(or)
b) Narrate the consequences of Tsunami in the director’s life
13. a) How does Tipu compare himself with Alexander the Great ?
(or)
b) What is the attitude of the English of Tipu?
14. a) Sketch the character of Balu
(or)
b) How did Margayya become an eminent person?
15. a)How does Monto’s family treat the Guest?
(or)
b) Narrate the story of ‘The Upper Division Love’.

Section C: 3 x 10 = 30
III. Answer any three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
16. Write on the reflections of A.K.Ramanujan about his ancestral house.
17. Write about Kalam’s childhood and boyhood in Rameswaram.
18. Describe the defeat and death of Tipu Sultan
19. Bring out the satirical elements in the novel ‘The Financial Expert’.
20. Justify the title ‘The Guest’.

B.A. ENGLISH LITERATURE
SECOND SEMESTER
Allied II- HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE

SECTION ‘A’ (10x2=20 Marks)
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each:
Questions 1 and 2 - From Unit I
Questions 3 and 4 - From Unit II
Questions 5 and 6 - From Unit III
Questions 7 and 8 - From Unit IV
Questions 9 and 10 - From - Unit V

SECTION ‘B’ (5x5=25 Marks)
II. Answer the following questions in about 100 words each:
Questions 11.a) or b) - From Unit I
Questions 12.a) or b) - From Unit II
Questions 13.a) or b) - From Unit III
Questions 14.a) or b) - From Unit IV
Questions 15.a) or b) - From Unit V

SECTION ‘C’ (3x10=30 Marks)
III. Answer any three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
Question 16 - From Unit I
Question 17 - From Unit II
Question 18 - From Unit III
Question 19 - From Unit IV
Question 20 - From Unit V

B.A. ENGLISH LITERATURE
SECOND SEMESTER
Allied II -HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE

Section A: 10 x 2 = 20
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each:
1. Shakespeare
2. University Wits
3. Metaphysical Poets
4. Pope
5. Sheridan
6. Swift
7. Charles Lamb
8. Robert Browning
9. G.M. Hopkins
10. Virginia Woolf

Section B: 5 x 5 = 25
II. Answer the following questions in about 100 words each:
11. a) Bacon is the Father of English Prose –Discuss
(or)
b) Ben Jonson and his Comedy of Humors
12. a) Milton’s Grand Style
(or)
b) Characteristics of the Metaphysical School of Poetry.
13.a) Establish Congreve as a writer of Comedy of Manners
(or)
b) Dr.Johnson’s Dictionary of the English Language
14. a) Comment on the features of Tennyson’s poetry
(or)
b) Bring out the features of Hardy’s novels.
15. a) T.S.Eliot’s poetical career.
(or)
b) Comment on Chesterton’s works.

Section C: 3 x 10 = 30
III. Answer any three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
16. Chaucer is the father of Modern English Poetry-Discuss
17. The Age of Dryden is the Age of Modern English Prose – Discuss
18. Establish Addison as an Essayist
19. Discuss Wordsworth’s theme of Nature
20. Analyse the various features of Shaw’s plays


CORE PAPER –IV POETRY

SECTION ‘A’ (10x2=20 Marks)
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each:
Questions 1, 2 From Unit I
Questions 3, 4 From Unit II
Questions 5, 6 From Unit III
Questions 7, 8 From Unit IV
Questions 9, 10 From - Unit V

SECTION ‘B’ (5x5=25 Marks)
II. Answer the following questions in about 100 words each:
Questions 11,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit I
Questions 12,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit II
Questions 13,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit III
Questions 14,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit IV
Questions 15,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit V

SECTION ‘C’ (3x10=30 Marks)
III. Answer any three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
Question 16- From Unit I
Question 17 - From Unit II
Question 18- From Unit III
Question 19- From Unit IV
Question 20- From Unit V


CORE PAPER –IV POETRY
MODAL QUESTION PAPER

SECTION – A (10 x 2 = 20)
I Answer ALL the following in about 30 words each:
1. What is the song The Bridal beauty about?
2. What are the seven stages referred to in All the World Is A Stage?
3. Why is the world dark to John Milton?
4. What does Robert Burns compare his love with and why?
5. What is Wordsworth’s definition for poetry?
6. Why does Coleridge call the pleasure-dome a miracle?
7. Why does the poet call the West Wind as the wild spirit?
8. Why does Keats feel intoxicated?
9. Who is Ulysses’s son and what plans does Ulysses have for him?
10. What makes Yeats pray for his daughter?

SECTION ‘B’ (5x5=25 Marks)
II Answer the following in about 100 words each:
11. (a) What qualities of the woman does Edmund Spenser sing about?
(OR)
(b) What are the ways in which the soldier and the judge are depicted? Comment on the
comparisons the poet makes.
12 (a) Is Milton happy with what he has achieved in life?
(OR)
(b)The poem A Red, Red Rose examines the relationship between the poet and his love. What
does he think will happen in the future?
13 (a)What are the various things that the poet Wordsworth sees in the garden?
(OR)
(b) What images create the atmosphere of the poem KublaKhan?-Explain
14.(a) Why does the poet call the West Wind ‘Destroyer and Preserver’?
(OR)
(b) Why does Keats consider the Nightingale as an immortal bird?
15. (a) Describe some of Ulysses’s experiences.
(OR)
(b) What characteristics does Yeats value in a person?

SECTION ‘C’ (10x3=30 Marks)
III Answer ANY THREE of the following in about 200 words each:
16. Comment on Spenser’s description of the lady. What qualities of the lady does the poet
admire?
17. How does Milton reconcile with his blindness?
18. William Wordsworth repeats the words ‘what man has done to man’. Is this the theme
of the poem?
19. Comment on the optimistic note of the poem Ode to the West Wind.
20. Compare and contrast Ulysses with his son Telemachus

B.A., ENGLISH

ALLIED PAPER – III
LITERARY FORMS AND TERMS

SECTION ‘A’ (10x2=20 Marks)
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each:
Questions 1, 2 From Unit I
Questions 3, 4 From Unit II
Questions 5, 6 From Unit III
Questions 7, 8 From Unit IV
Questions 9, 10 From - Unit V

SECTION ‘B’ (5x5=25 Marks)
II. Answer the following questions in about 100 words each:
Questions 11,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit I
Questions 12,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit II
Questions 13,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit III
Questions 14,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit IV
Questions 15,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit V

SECTION ‘C’ (3x10=30 Marks)
III. Answer any three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
Question 16 - From Unit I
Question 17- From Unit II
Question 18 - From Unit III
Question 19 - From Unit IV
Question 20 - From Unit V

B.A.ENGLISH
ALLIED PAPER – III
LITERARY FORMS AND TERMS

SECTION – A (10 x 2 = 20 marks)

I Answer ALL the following in about 30 words each:
1. Epic Simile
2. Blank verse
3. Aside
4. Melodrama
5. Essay
6. Absurd theatre
7. Epigram
8. Criticism
9. Stream of consciousness
10. Anti-climax

SECTION – B ( 5 x 5 = 25 marks)
II Answer the following in about 100 words each:
11. a) Write a brief note on Epic (or)
b) Structure of an Ode.
12. a) Write a note on Tragedy stating examples (or)
b) The Masque
13. a) Social Essay (or)
b) The Reviewer
14. a) Feminist Criticism (or)
b) Psychoanalytical Criticism
15. a) Science Fiction (or)
b) Elements of Novel

SECTION – C ( 3 x 10 = 30 marks )
III Answer ANY THREE of the following in about 200 words each:
16. Classification of Poetry
17. The One-Act Play
18. The Short Story
19. Biography and Autobiography
20. Types of Novels

SECTION ‘A’ (10x2=20 Marks)
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each:
Questions 1, 2 From Unit I
Questions 3, 4 From Unit II
Questions 5, 6 From Unit III
Questions 7, 8 From Unit IV
Questions 9, 10 From - Unit V

SECTION ‘B’ (5x5=25 Marks)
II. Answer the following questions in about 100 words each:
Questions 11,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit I
Questions 12,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit II
Questions 13,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit III
Questions 14,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit IV
Questions 15,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit V

SECTION ‘C’ (3x10=30 Marks)
III. Answer any three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
Question 16 - From Unit I
Question 17 - From Unit II
Question 18 - From Unit III
Question 19 - From Unit IV
Question 20 - From Unit V

B.A.ENGLISH

SKILL BASED ELECTIVE COURSE
PHONETICS AND TRANSCRIPTION

SECTION: – A (10 x 2 = 20)
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each:
1. What are egressive and ingressive air stream mechanisms?
2. What are nasal sounds?
3. What are monophthongs?
4. Describe a vowel sound.
5. What are plosives?
6. What are fricatives?
7. Define ‘word’.
8. What is primary accent?
9. Transcribe the following:
(a) Literary
(b) Leave
10. Transcribe the following:
(a) Meet me at ten.
(b) Sing a song.

SECTION :– B (5 x 5 = 25)
II. Answer the following questions in about 100 words each:
11. (a) Explain the three air-stream mechanisms. OR
(b) Explain the phonatory system.
12. (a) Explain cardinal vowels. OR
(b) Write on front vowels.
13. (a) Explain nasals. OR
(b) Explain plosives.
14. (a) Write on accent in compound words. OR
(b) Explain the rules for word-accentual patterns in English.
15. (a) Transcribe the following words:
abroad, commit, reason, goodness, happen. OR
(b) Transcribe the following statements.
(i) Let us go to the commissioner’s office tomorrow.
(ii) I am in trouble and I want you to help me.

SECTION :– C (3 x 10 = 30)
III. Answer any three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
16. Explain the articulatory system.
17. Explain the types of vowel in detail.
18. Write an essay on consonants.
19. Write an essay on word accent.
20. Transcribe the following:
There are a number of words in every language which have more than one syllable. These
words may have both strong syllables and weak syllables. The greater prominence of a syllable may be
due to stress or greater breath force, but often the length of the vowel in a syllable, stress and pitch
change work together to render a syllable more prominent than its neighbouring syllables.

B.A., ENGLISH

SECTION ‘A’ (10x2=20 Marks)
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each:
Questions 1, 2 From Unit I
Questions 3, 4 From Unit II
Questions 5, 6 From Unit III
Questions 7, 8 From Unit IV
Questions 9, 10 From - Unit V

SECTION ‘B’ (5x5=25 Marks)
II. Answer the following questions in about 100 words each:
Questions 11,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit I
Questions 12,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit II
Questions 13,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit III
Questions 14,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit IV
Questions 15,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit V

SECTION ‘C’ (3x10=30 Marks)
III. Answer any three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
Question 16 - From Unit I
Question 17 - From Unit II
Question 18 - From Unit III
Question 19 - From Unit IV
Question 20 - From Unit V

B.A.ENGLISH
THIRD SEMESTER
SKILL BASED ELECTIVE COURSE
JOURNALISM - BASICS

SECTION – A (10 x 2 = 20)
I. Answer the following in about 30 words each:
1. Define News.
2. Name the three kinds of reporters.
3. State the use of capital letters in NEWS stories.
4. State any two reasons for a sub-editor to rewrite a story.
5. Which book is a primary tool of a journalist?
6. State the phrases which could be improved/avoided.
7. State the important functions of Headlines.
8. Name the easiest way to count the letters of a headline.
9. What is the aim of a news editor in page planning?
10. State the guidelines of a good page.

SECTION – B (5 x 5 = 25)
II. Answer the following in about 100 words each:
11. a) Write a note on News. (or)
b) What are the attributes of a good reporter?
12. a) Write a note on do’s and don’ts of a sub-editor. (or)
b) Write the guidelines to be followed by the sub-editor while rewriting the story.
13. a) Write a note on the sequence of tenses. (or)
b) Write a note on the misuse of adjectives and adverbs.
14. a) Write a note on the Headlines. (or)
b) What are the factors to be borne in mind in writing headlines?
15. a) Write a note on Design and Make-up. (or)
b) Write a note on bad caption.

SECTION – C (3 x 10 = 30)
III. Answer ANY THREE of the following in about 200 words each:
16. Write an essay on the role of the News Editor.
17. Write an essay on Anatomy of Editing.
18. Write an essay on ‘Language and Style’
19. Headlines should tell the story- substantiate.
20. Explain the Picture Editing and Captions.

B.A., ENGLISH

SECTION ‘A’ (10x2=20 Marks)
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each:
Questions 1, 2 From Unit I
Questions 3, 4 From Unit II
Questions 5, 6 From Unit III
Questions 7, 8 From Unit IV
Questions 9, 10 From - Unit V

SECTION ‘B’ (5x5=25 Marks)
II. Answer the following questions in about 100 words each:
Questions 11,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit I
Questions 12,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit II
Questions 13,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit III
Questions 14,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit IV
Questions 15,a) or b) - Paragraphs from Unit V

SECTION ‘C’ (3x10=30 Marks)
III. Answer any three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
Question 16 - From Unit I
Question 17- From Unit II
Question 18 - From Unit III
Question 19 - From Unit IV
Question 20 - From Unit V

B.A.ENGLISH THIRD SEMESTER
SKILL BASED ELECTIVE COURSE
PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT


SECTION - A (10 x 2=20 Marks)
I. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each: (10x2=20 marks)
1. How does personality make a person ‘Unique’?
2. What are the major determiners of personality?
3. Define self-esteem.
4. What is the life time goal?
5. What is aptitude?
6. What are the two factors of self-confidence?
7. What is TQL?
8. What are the methods of problem-solving?
9. What is a positive conflict?
10. Define ‘flinch’.

SECTION – B (5 x 5=25 Marks)
II. Answer the following in about 100 words each. (5 x 5=25)
11. (a) What are the big five factors in trait theory? (Or)
(b) How important is parenting in deciding one’s personality?
12. (a) What are the techniques of Self-motivation?
(Or)
(b) Define goal setting.
13. (a) How can we develop our attitude for success?
(Or)
(b) Explain the importance of confidence in performance.
14. (a) Define the theories of becoming a leader.
(Or)
(b) Explain any two causes for poor problem-solving.
15. (a) What is conflict management?
(Or)
(b) What are the common negotiation skills?

SECTION – C (3 x 10=30 Marks)
III. Answer any Three of the following questions in about 200 words each:
(3 x 10=30)
16. Explain the theories on personality.
17. What are the needs for goal setting?
18. What are the consequences if a person does not have confidence?
19. What is problem and why do we need problem-solving skills?
20. Explain emotional intelligence.
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