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COURSE CODE: SFM 301 (S)

Course Title: FOREST EXTENSION AND COMMUNICATION

FULL MARKS: 50 Theory: 50

GENERAL OBJECTIVE: On completion of this course, the students will be able to work confidently in rural development activities.
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: On completion of this course, the students will be able to:


  1. Understand concepts and principles of forestry extension.

  2. Communicate and work with rural communities.

  3. Design and evaluate specific programs for the rural setting.

  4. Conduct a meeting in a community.

  5. Plan and produce simple extension materials.


UNIT 1 INTRODUCTION TO EXTENSION EDUCATION (6)

    1. Definition, concept of extension education

    2. Importance of extension education

    3. The basic principles and objectives of extension education


UNIT 2 COMMUNICATION (6)

    1. Basic concept and principles

    2. Types of communications

    3. One way communication

    4. Two way communication

    5. Barriers of communication

    6. Solutions to communication barriers


UNIT 3 MOTIVATION (6)

    1. Definition and concept of motivation

    2. Maslow's hierarchy of human needs

    3. Theories of motivation

      1. McGregor's theory of X and Y

      2. Contingency theory (Z)

      3. Hygiene maintenance theory of Herzberg

    4. Role and qualities of extension workers


UNIT 4 EXTENSION TEACHING METHODS (6)

    1. Individual methods

    2. Group methods

    3. Mass methods


UNIT 5 TEACHING AIDS (6)

    1. Definition and importance of teaching aids

    2. Types of teaching aids:

    3. Audio

    4. Visual

    5. Audio-visual

    6. Written and printed materials

    7. Evaluation of teaching aids


UNIT 6 EXTENSION PROGRAM PLANNING (8)

    1. Introduction to extension planning

    2. Extension planning process

    3. Situation analysis

    4. Developing questionnaires

    5. Conducting interviews and surveys

    6. Work plan / calendar of operation

    7. Implementation of plan

    8. Monitoring and evaluation

    9. Review and formation of another plan


UNIT 7 MONITORING AND EVALUATION

    1. Objective and types of evaluation

    2. Criteria for evaluation



TEXT AND REFERENCE BOOKS


  1. Gerlach, Vernon S. and Donald P. Ely. 1980. Teaching and Media. Englewood cliffs, N.J., Prentice Hall

  2. Jamias, J.F. (ed). 1975. Readings in Development Communication, UP Los Banos; Department of Development Communications.

  3. Ortigas, Carmela D. 1990. Long Process and Inductive Method, March, Atenev de Manila University Press.

  4. Plopino R., Martinez V. and Valbera J. 1987. An Introduction to Extension Delivery Systems. Manila; Cachs Publishing House.

  5. Quebral, N.C. and E.D. Gomez, 1977. Development Communications Process, UP Los Banos; Department of Development Communications.

  6. Schramm, W. Process and Effects of Communication.

  7. Wayne, P. et.al., 1979. Techniques for Effective Communicatuion Reading, Mass; Addison-Wesley.

  8. Shrestha R. Handbook of Forest Extension and Communication.

Course Code: BSH 302 (SF)

Course Title: ENGLISH FOR FORESTRY

Full Marks: 75
General Objective: To equip students with knowledge and skills of communication by providing them access to the world of scholarship through intensive and extensive reading materials and by introducing them to various modes of writing through a mini rhetoric.
Specific Objectives:


  1. To expose the students to a variety of subjects written in English to give them examples of English in context, and to give them opportunities to read and use English for education and communication.

  2. To give the students enough materials of common interest and of interdisciplinary nature so that they will be exposed to the world of knowledge and scholarship

  3. To teach the students new language items and reading and writing skills.

  4. To develop writing skills in the students.

  5. To prepare the students to pursue their regular courses in English

  6. To develop in the students a take-off level of proficiency in reading and writing.


UNIT 1 INTENSIVE READING (Adventures in English)

    1. Piano

    2. Yudhisthir's Wisdom

    3. Phaedo

    4. Library Card

    5. Why go to University

    6. A fight between lion and crocodile

    7. Shep's Hobby

    8. Marriage is a private affair

    9. How sane are we?

    10. Mr. Know all

    11. The lady with the dog

    12. Stopping by woods on an snowing evening


UNIT 2 EXTENSIVE READING (Joys of Reading)

    1. Essays

      1. T.H. Huxley. "We are all Scientists"

      2. Moorehead. "A Most Forgiving Ape"

      3. V. Wolf. "Death of the Moth"

    2. Short Stories

      1. E. Costworth. "The Buddha"

      2. R. Dahl. "Hitch-Hiker"

      3. Oscar Wilde. "The Selfish Giant"

    3. Poems

      1. Roethke. "My Papa's Waltz"

      2. Housman. "Eight O'clock"

      3. L. Hughes. "Ballad of the Landlord"

    4. One Act Play

      1. R.N. Tagore. "Chandalika"


UNIT 3 PATTERS OF COLLEGE WRITING
The writing process: Invention, Arrangement, Drafting and Revision

    1. Narration

      1. Sandra Sisneros, Only Daughter

    2. Description

      1. Mark Twain, Reading the River

    3. Exemplification

      1. Richard Lederer, English is a Crazy Language

    4. Process

      1. Alexander Petrunkevitch, The Spider and the Wasp

    5. Cause and Effect

      1. Marie Winn, Television: the Plug-In Drug

    6. Comparison and Contrast

      1. Deborah Tannen, Sex Lies and Conversation

    7. Classification and Division

      1. Allen Pace Nilsen, Sexism in English: A 1990s Update

    8. Definition

      1. Judy Brady, I want a Wife

    9. Argumentation

      1. Debate Casebook Multicultural Education

    10. Cobining the Patterns

      1. Lars Eighner, On Dumpster Driving

    11. Using and Documenting Sources

      1. Paraphrasing, Summarising, and Using Quatations, Avoiding Plagiarism, Using APA Style to Cite and Document Sources.


UNIT 4 ENGLISH USAGE

    1. Sentences

      1. Identification of sentences, their types and transformation

    2. Agreement

      1. Subject Verb Agreement

      2. Pronoun Agreement

    3. Writing Effective Sentences

    4. Sentences That Send Unclear Messages


TEXT AND REFERENCE BOOKS


  1. Adventure in English.

  2. Joys of Reading

  3. Kirszner, G Laurie & Stephen R. Mandell. Patterns of College Writing: A Rhetorical Reader and Guide, 7th ed. New York, St. Martin's Press.



Course Code: FPE 303 (S)

Course Title: SURVEY AND ENGINEERING

Full Marks: 75 Theory: 50 Practical: 25
GENERAL OBJECTIVE: After the completion of this course the student will be able to prepare and interpret different types of maps and plans correctly. In addition they will be able to prepare drawing and estimate of simple engineering structures.
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: After the completion of this course the student will be:


  1. Record filed data systematically in standard form

  2. Prepare various maps and plan by chain , compass and plane table surveying

  3. Understand terminology, methods and operation of surveying instrument (chain, compass, plane table, leveling)

  4. Understand the principle and process of cost estimation

  5. Understand the different parts of building, roads and conservation structures.


PART - A

UNIT 1 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS (4)

1.1 Definition, scope and objectives of forest survey, classification of survey.

1.2 Measurements: Linear, Angular and units of measurement.

1.3 Scale - Representative Fraction, Graphical scale, shrunk scale (with numerical examples).

1.4 Work of a surveyor - fieldwork, office work, care of instruments
UNIT 2 CHAIN SURVEY (5)

2.1 Different methods for linear measurement, instruments for chaining

2.2 Different types of chains/tapes

2.3 Ranging - direct, indirect, chaining/taping on sloping ground

2.4 Chain surveying: survey station, survey line, locating the ground features with the help of offsets.

2.5 Chain surveying, fieldwork & office work



UNIT 3 COMPASS SURVEY (6)

    1. Definition: Meridian - true, magnetic , arbitrary; Bearing - true, magnetic, arbitrary; Magnetic declination, and Traverse

    2. System of bearing - whole circle bearing, reduced bearing, fore bearing, and back bearing, conversion from one system to another. Angles from the bearing and vice versa.

3.3 Types of compass (prismatic, surveyor and sylva compass). Local attraction with numerical problems

3.4 Plotting of compass survey (Parallel meridian method in detail).



UNIT 4 PLANE TABLE SURVEY (4)

4.1 Definition, general accessories of P.T., operations of P.T.

4.2 Orientation - by compass, by back sighting

4.3 Methods of plane tabling - Radiation, Intersection, and Traversing.

4.4 Advantages & Disadvantages of plane table surveying.

4.5 Errors in P. T. surveying



UNIT 5 LEVELLING (4)

5.1. Definitions, terms related to spirit leveling, instruments for leveling

5.2 Simple leveling (HI method).
UNIT 6 CONTOURING (3)


    1. Basic definitions

    2. Characteristics of contour lines


PRACTICAL (Note: 1 practical class of 2 hrs)

1. Linear measurement & chain surveying = 4 x 2 = 4 hrs.

2. Compass surveying = 2 x 2 = 6 hrs.

3. Plane Tabling = 2 x 2 = 4 hrs.

4. Leveling = 3 x 2 = 6 hrs.

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Total = 20 hrs.

PART - B

UNIT 1 FOREST ROAD, TRAILS AND DRAINAGE CONSTRUCTION (8)

1.1 Definition of forest roads and its purpose



    1. Road Standards:

      1. Requirements of a good forest road

      2. Road structures (cross section of road)

      3. Road alignment (plain and hill)

      4. Gradient vs. super elevation

      5. Extra-widening of road

      6. Sight distance

    2. Types of Forest Roads (Earthen, Graveled, WB Macadam road, Black top road, Bridal path, Inspection path).

    3. Road Drainage


UNIT 2 FOREST BRIDGES AND CULVERTS (5)

    1. Bridge, Types of Bridges used in Forest Roads (temporary, suspension, wooden beam and girder, wooden cantilever bridge)

    2. Culvert, Types of Culverts and Causeways used in Forest Roads


UNIT 3 MASONRY STRUCTURES (DEFINITIONS TYPES & SKETCH) (4)

3.1 Stone Masonry and its types

3.2 Mortar and its types

3.3 Definitions: PCC, RCC, Pointing, Plastering, Scaffolding, Shuttering

3.4 Check dam and its types

3.5 Retaining / Breast wall and their types

3.6 Embankment
UNIT 4 COST ESTIMATION AND RATE ANALYSIS OF MASONRY STRUCTURES (8)

4.1 Check dam

4.2 Retaining / Breast wall

4.3 Embankment

4.4 Road side drainage
PRACTICAL (Note: 1 practical class of 2 hrs)


  1. Road alignment = 3 x 2 = 6 hrs.

2. Cost estimation and rate analysis of masonry structures = 5 x 2 = 10 hrs.

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Total = 16 hrs.
TEXT AND REFERENCE BOOKS


  1. Surveying – Dr. B.C. Punmia Vol. 1

  2. Forest Surveying – Ram Prakash
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