- Teacher: L Sampath Kumar
The minor course titled, ‘Social Behaviour, Economic Decision making and Social Influence ’ is offered as an introduction to social-psychological processes that will be an essential and core aspect of application of psychological science in interdisciplinary fields such as economics, social work and change in organizations. This minor will help the students employability as they will learn to apply this knowledge in their fields. The course starts with a basic understanding of social cognition and its context sensitivity. Its often heard among psychology students, that, ‘Humans are cognitive misers’, this, we will examine in a module on social cognition. Time is a context factor that completely changes cognizing and decision making, I will introduce the thinking processes in humans - Thinking Fast and slow: automatic and deliberate thinking in humans. Next, we will discuss the cognitive fallacies that are a hallmark of human thinking and been understood through several experiments in psychology. Finally, the course will touch on social influence, persuasion, and negotiation process.
2. Course Objectives:
1. To understand basic social psychological perspectives in thinking, decision making, judgements and social influence.
2. To develop insights about the application social psychological perspectives, in interdisciplinary fields of behavioural economics, social work and policy analysis.
- Teacher: Shilpa Pandit
The course deals with elementary calculus: differential and integral calculus. The
emphasis is on the basic techniques of differentiation and integration. Applications of calculus to
economics are discussed as thematic examples.
- Teacher: Ajay Kumar
Department of Kala Yoga Presents
Basic programme – Carnatic Music (Vocal)
Salient features of the course:
- Free of cost and open to all
- Firm grounding of Sruti & Laya, the pillars of musical pursuit
- Concept of Swaras (notes)Sadhakam techniques
- Yoga for music
- Learn simple compositions
- A short individual/group performance on completion
Scope: enables you to pursue minor courses offered by CVV
- Teacher: Prabhavathy P N
अद्वैतवेदान्तशास्त्रस्य प्रकरणग्रन्थेष्वन्यतमोऽयं ग्रन्थ आचार्यधर्मराजाध्वरीन्द्रेण विरचित: । ग्रन्थेऽस्मिन्नष्टौ परिच्छेदा वर्तन्ते। यत्र षट्सु परिच्छेदेषु षण्णां प्रमाणानाम् अवशिष्टपरिच्छेदयो: विषयप्रयोजनयो: चर्चा समुपलभ्यते। संक्षेपेण अद्वैतवेदान्तदर्शनीयसिद्धान्तज्ञानार्थमयं ग्रन्थ: अत्यन्तोपकारक:। अर्थापत्तिपरिच्छेदमारभ्य प्रयोजनपरिच्छेदपर्यन्तानां विषयाणां अस्मिन् सत्रेऽध्ययनं भविष्यति।
Why do we start to learn a language that is not our mother tongue? Usually, it is because we see some value in that language as a means of transaction and communication, that is, as something that we can use in our day-to-day lives to communicate with others and to make ourselves understood by the people around us. English has become an important transactional language in today’s world, and hence there is value in learning it. The objective of this course is to enable learners to progressively become confident and articulate communicators in English. We will approach the English language from a communicative and functional perspective, such that students can become familiar with the reading, writing, listening and speaking of English within the contexts most relevant to them. This course is the first of two on learning the functional aspects of the English language, and will primarily focus on oral communication.