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Sri Ramachandra UniversityList of Generic Electives Courses introduced, June 15.TGE003CourseNameBasicPsychologyPsychologyof AddictionBasicRadiationBiologyMind ge ysiotherapyUGGE33,5,7Department of Clinical PsychologyFor UG ProgrammesCourse CodeCourse TitleAGE033Basic PsychologyLTPCTotal Hours3--345Course Transactor: Ms. Rishikulya.A, Student Counsellor; Learning Objectives To understand the basic concepts of psychology related to Human BehaviourTo understand the Individual differences in Learning , memory , Intelligence andmotivationTo understand the nature of emotions and its role in human interactions.Basic PsychologyUnit-1Definition- Methods in psychology- Brief history of psychology and the various perspectives –Models of mind – Brain and Behaviour.Generic Electives June, 2017

Sri Ramachandra UniversityUNIT -2Sensation and Perception: Basic concepts in sensation-Absolute threshold, Sensory adaptationVision and Hearing perception- Depth Perception, perceptual Constancies- illusions- Attentiondeterminants of attentionMemory: Stages of memory- Kinds of Memory- process of memory- long term memoryForgetting- Methods for improving memory.UNIT-3Emotions -Physiology of Emotion-Autonomic changes-Brain and Emotion arousal- patterns ofbodily responseLearning –Conditioning – Classical conditioning-Operant conditioning- principles ofreinforcement- kinds of reinforcement- Individualized learningUNIT-4Language and Thoughts -Properties of language- pattern of language development- Mentalimagery- Relationship between language and intelligence – Thought process – Concepts –types, processes in concept formation; Problem solving -mental sets , Functional fixedness,Creativity- Nature of Creative thinking.UNIT-5Intelligence: Nature of Intelligence- Measurement of Intelligence, Characteristics of Intelligencetests, Types of tests.Motivation :Motives , Needs, Drives and incentives- Biological motives- Hunger , thirst, sleep,sex, Stimulus motives , Sensory stimulation, affiliation , achievement, Power , Aggression,Frustration and conflicts of motives.LEARNING OUTCOMES:At the end of the course students will learn: To understand the key concepts and principles of psychologyTo understand the relationship between brain behaviour mechanismTo explain various concepts like perception, memory and learningTo describe the role of motivation, intelligence and attitude in human behaviour.REFERENCESText books:1. hopler(2003)IntroductionPsychology,7th Edition , Tata Mc Graw Hill2. Ernest R.Hilgard, Rital Atkinson, Richard C.Atkinson, Introduction to Psychology, Harcourt,Brace, Jovanovich, Inc.Generic Electives June, 2017to

Sri Ramachandra UniversityReference books:1. James W.Kalat (1996), Introduction to Psychology, 4th edition, Brooks/cole.2. Robert S Feldman, 2011 Understanding psychology 10th Edition, Mc. Graw Hill publishingcompany pvt. ltdOnline Resources:1. Psychology Basics: chology-basics.htm2. Introduction to psychology: TMENT OF PSYCHOLOGYFor UG ProgrammesCourseCodeAGE034Course TitlePsychology of AddictionL2T1P-C3Total Hours45Course Transactor: Dr. P. N. ThomasLEARNING OBJECTIVES: To create awareness about addiction and it’s dangersTo be able to identify if anyone is using a drug and what to do to helpTo be able to develop a prevention programmePsychology of AddictionUnit I:What is addiction? How is it different from abuse and harmful use?Unit II:Signs of intoxication and withdrawal features of commonly used substancessuch as alcohol, nicotine, cannabis, opiates and sedativesWhat are the reasons for a person to become addicted to a substance? What isthe role of genetic and environmental factors in the development of addiction?What to do to help an addict? Predominant psychological methods used in themanagement of addiction. Prevention strategies.Unit III:Unit IV:LEARNING OUTCOMES:At the end of the course student will be aware of addiction and it’s dangersGeneric Electives June, 2017

Sri Ramachandra University be able to identify if a person is using any of the commonly used substances and knowwhat to do to helpknow about the risk factors for the development of addictionbe able to develop a prevention strategyREFERENCESText books:1. Sadock, B. J., Sadock, V. A., & Ruiz, P. (2015). Kaplan & Sadock's synopsis of psychiatry:Behavioral sciences/clinical psychiatry (Eleventh edition.). Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer.2. Cowen, P., Harrison, P. & Burns, T. (2012). Shorter Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry (Sixthedition). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.3. Coleman, J. C. & Butcher, J. N. (2001). Abnormal Psychology and Modern Life (Eighthedition). Illinois: Scott, Foresman and Company.Reference books:1. WHO, (1992). The ICD-10 Classification of Mental and Behavioural Disorders: ClinicalDescription and Diagnostic Guidelines (Tenth edition). Geneva: World Health Organization.2. American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mentaldisorders (5th ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.Central Research FacilityFor UG ProgrammesCourseCodeBGE036Course TitleBasic Radiation BiologyLTP3--C3Total Hours45CourseTransactor:Dr. B. S. DwarakanathBasic Radiation BiologyLEARNING OBJECTIVES: To gain fundamental knowledge regarding the interactions of radiation with the biologicalsystems at molecular, cellular and systemic levels leading to death, cancer and mutation To understand mechanisms underlying biological responses of humans (and other livingbeings) to ionizing and non-ionizing radiationGeneric Electives June, 2017

Sri Ramachandra University To gain insight into the various applications of radiation in biomedicine as well asapproaches for protecting the biological systems from harmful effects of radiationUnit I:Unit II:Unit III:Unit IV:Fundamentals of radiation physics and radiation chemistry (6 h)a. Electromagnetic radiation and radioactivityb. Radiation sources and radionuclidesc. Measurement units of exposed and absorbed radiationd. Interaction of radiation with matter, excitation and ionizatione. Radiochemical events relevant to radiation biologyf. Interaction of radiation with biomolecules: Nucleic acids, proteins, lipidsand carbohydratesCellular effects of radiation (12 h)a. Effects of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation on cells, DNA,chromosomes and membraneb. Clonogenic cell survival; Concept of RBE and OERc. Recovery from sub-lethal and potentially lethal damaged. Repair of radiation-induced DNA damage; various DNA repairpathwayse. Division delay and cell cycle check pointsf. Radiation-induced cell death; apoptosis, necrosis and autophagyg. Radiation-induced mutationh. Low dose hypersensitivityi. Bystander effectsj. Radiation-induced alterations in signal transduction1. Radiation-induced cytogenetic damage and biological dosimetry (9h)a. Radiation-induced cytogenetic damage; Chromosome aberrations(CA) and micronuclei formation (MN)b. Dosimetry using CA, MN and mutation assaysc. Biomarkers of radiation exposure2. Systemic effects of radiation (6 h)a. Acute, delayed and late effects of radiation (with particular referenceto nervous system, gastrointestinal and hematopoitic syndrome).b. Radiation-induced carcinogenesis1. Modification of cellular and systemic responses to radiation (6 h)a. Protection, mitigation and therapy of radiation damageb. Biological basis of ICRP recommendationsc. Radiosensitization of tumorsd. Tumor Physiology and Radiation Responsee. Immune modulation and radiation response of tumors2. Applications in Radiation Medicine (6 h)a. Radiation Therapy: External beam therapy, Brachy therapy andradiosurgeryb. Therapeutic nuclear medicinec. Sterilization of medical productsLEARNING OUTCOMES:Generic Electives June, 2017

Sri Ramachandra UniversityAt the end of the course, students will learn about the biological effects of radiation with goodunderstanding of the benefits and risks of using radiationin a variety of applicationsREFERENCESText books:1. Introduction to Radiation BiologyP. Uma Devi, A. Nagarathnam and B. S. Satish RaoBi Publications Pvt Ltd; 2000ISBN: 97881704216412. Radiobiology for the RadiologistEric J Hall & Amato J GiacciaLippincott Williams and Wilkins;Wolters Kluwer7th Edition: 2012; ISBN-10: 078 1741513; ISBN-13: 977 0781741514Reference books:1. An Introduction to RadiobiologyA.H.W. NiasWiley; 2nd Edition: 1998ISBN: 10-0471975907; 13-978-04719759082. Basic Clinical RadiobiologyG. Gorden SteelHodder Arnold Publication: 3rd Edition; 2002Oxford University PressISBN-10: 0340807830; ISBN-13: 978-03408078353. Biological Radiation EffectsJ KieferSpringer-Verlag: 1990ISBN: 10-0387510893; 13- 978003875108974. Cellular RadiobiologyT. AlperCambridge University Press : 1979ISBN 0-521 22411 X (Hard); ISBN 0-521 99479 7(Soft)5. Introduction to RadiobiologyMaurice Tubiana, J. Dutreix, A. WambersieTaylor & FrancisISBN 0-85066-745-3; ISBN 0-85066-763-1 (Soft)6. Essentials of Radiation Biology and ProtectionSteven ForshierThomson Delmar LearningISBN: 07668133047. Mechanisms in RadiobiologyM. Errera& A. ForssbergGeneric Electives June, 2017

Sri Ramachandra UniversityAcademic Press Inc., U.S.ISBN-10: 0122411013 ISBN-13: 978-0122411014Online Resources:1. Radiation Biology: A hand book for teachers and students, IAEA Training Course Series42; ISSN 1018-5518; 2010. web.pdf2.Sources and effects of Ionizing radiation. UNSCEAR Publication Vol I: Annexure A & B;2008. Biological effects of radiation. stdy chp 5.pdf4.Biological effects of ionizing radiation. College Physics. html1. Biological effects of ionizing radiation. 0.1007%2F978-3-319-42671-6 2Springer.2016.Department of Physiology, SRMC & RIGeneric Elective Offered to UG ProgrammesSemester – Odd; Category: Generic Elective (GE) Course - UGCourseCodeCourse TitleLTPCTotal HoursMGE001Mind-Body Medicine111345Course Transactor: Dr. Bagavad Geetha; Bagavad; Padmavathi Ramaswamy Objectives Understand and have a fundamentalknowledge of stress, patho-physiologyand immune response. Describe the role of mind- bodyinterventions in various aspects ofhealth To understand the HeartfulnessMeditation and procure the skill ofHeartfulness MeditationLearning outcomesAt the end of the course the student will beable to Generic Electives June, 2017Explain the pathophysiology andimmune response of stress.Describe the relationship betweenmind- and body in various aspectsof healthDiscuss the importance ofHeartfulness Meditation as life skillEnumerate the various mind- bodyintervention techniques

Sri Ramachandra University Become experienced in the art ofmeditationInspired and self motivated to pursuea balanced lifeConfidence and courage to face thedemands of life and the ability to drawinspiration from within oneselfExplain the role of resilence andpositive attitude in copingRecognize the symptoms of burnoutand describe the various methods ofpreventing of burn outExplain the principles of Placeboresponse to improve clinicaloutcomesDescribe the health benefits of socialrelationshipsSyllabusUNIT –IStress and Health (10hrs) (Lectures & Tutorials) Acute Care Model of Medicine and its limitations Salutogenesis Biopsychosocial model of health Introduction and definitions, Pathophysiology of stress Investigative methods.UNIT-IIHeartfulness Meditation (8hrs) (Lectures & Tutorials)Introduction to meditation and understanding the Crux of self development Mind Over Matter Mind versus Brain Regulation of the Mind Decluttering the mind The Science of Meditation From thinking to feeling Purity of Heart From periphery to Center Making Wise Choices Creating Time Stress Management Designing destinyRole of Mind- Body Interventions in various aspects of health (7hrs)(Lectures & Tutorials) Introduction of mind body interventions Relaxation response Psychoneuroimmunology Gut-Brain Axis and Health Placebo response.UNIT-IIIGeneric Electives June, 2017

Sri Ramachandra University UNIT IVBurnout-The healthcare and perspectiveExercise and mood disordersRole of Mind- Body Interventions in various(Lectures & Tutorials) UNIT-Vaspects of health (5hrs)SleepResilenceAttitudes and healthSocial relationships and healthSpirituality and healthPractical (15hrs) Mind – Body Intervention techniques Heartfulness relaxation and meditation exercise programsTraining Methods:The teaching learning activities would consists of Lectures delivered in person or through live video transmissions.Demonstration sessionsContact programs / online discussions.Maintaining a log book to document the activities & AssignmentText Books:1. Venkat Srinivasan, Principles of Mind-Body Medicine, First Edition, 20162. e books available for Heartfulness Meditation ( books:1. A.K.Jain, Textbook of Physiology,6th edition, volume 1,page no: 485 - 4982. RL Bijlani, Understanding Medical Physiology, A Textbook for Medical Students, FourthEdition,2011,page no; 745 - 773Online Resources:www.heartfulness.orgGeneric Electives June, 2017

Sri Ramachandra UniversityDepartment of Physiotherapyfor UG programmesCoursecodeCourse TitleLTPCTotalHoursTGE003Physical Health3--345Course Transactor: Mr.T.Senthil Kumar, Assistant Professor, tsktill@gmail.comLEARNING OBJECTIVES: To understand the importance of physical health, it’s components and assessment To understand the importance of various factors influencing physical health and methodsto improve physical healthPHYSICAL HEALTHUnit –I - IntroductionPhysical Health-Technical Terms-Overview of fundamental anatomy and physiology ofMusculoskeletal system, Cardio respiratory System and Neurological SystemUnit –II - Physical Health componentsBody Mass Index, Skin fold measurements, waist circumference, Body fat analysis,Physical activity-Muscle strength, endurance and flexibility-Assessment and significanceUnit –III - Effect exercises on Body systemsPhysiological Changes and therapeutic benefits of physical activity/ exercises on varioussystems of the body (Includes-Musculoskeletal system, Cardio respiratory System andNeurological System)Unit –IV- Effect of aging on physical healthAging-Definition, theories and effects on different systems of the body (IncludesMusculoskeletal system, Cardio respiratory System and Neurological System)Unit –V - Factors of physical health and it’s promotionFactors: Pain-Physiology - Posture-Nutrition- Psycho social aspects- Impact of variousfactors on Physical health, Physical health promotion strategiesLEARNING OUTCOMES:Generic Electives June, 2017

Sri Ramachandra University By the end of the course the students will be able toAppreciate the importance of physical health factors and measures to maintain physicalhealthUnderstand the methods to assess the components and ascertain the possible risks dueto physical inactivityUnderstand the methods to improve and maintain Physical HealthREFERENCES:1. Samson Wright, Cyril Arthur Keele, Eric Neil, Samson Wright's applied physiology,Oxford publication, 15th edition, 20152. William D. McArdle, Frank I. Katch, Victor L. Katch, Essentials of Exercise Physiology,Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 20063. Dena Gardiner M. Principles of Exercise Therapy, Fourth Edition, CBS Publication 2000Generic Electives June, 2017

Sri Ramachandra UniversityScheme of curriculum and evaluationBasic Radiation Biology3-MGE001GEMind-Body Medicine11TGE003GEPhysical Health3Generic Electives June, 2017-31GrandTotalTheory : a b or C 100GE45Practical (c)BGE0363Theory ( b )1CIA- Theory/Practical (a)2Attendance (%)Psychology of alCourse TitleBasic PsychologyCredits(C )GEEnd SemesterAssessmentHours / SemesterPractical (P) / ResearchProjectCategoryAGE033Lecture (L)Course CodeTutorial(T) / ClinicalTraining (CT)Credits / 34545805050100100100100

Sri Ramachandra UniversityEnd Semester QP Pattern:Type A5 for ALL GE/AE/SE Courses from April 2017 onwardsUG And PG programsTHEORY QUESTION PAPER PATTERN FOR UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS UNDER CBCS(End of Semester Examination (ESE) Theory Assessment Pattern)for GE/ AE/SE coursesTYPE A5Objective type: (Answer ALL)5 x 3 marks15 marksShort essay (4 out of 5)4 x 5 marks20 marksLong essay (1 out of 2 )1 x 15marks15 marks[Define/give reasons/classify/ List any two (differences;advantages; functions; applications; . )]TOTALGeneric Electives June, 201750 marks

Sri Ramachandra UniversityTYPE A5 FOR CBCS UG Programmes –SRUALL UG/PG Programs GE/AE/SECourse Code: UG and PG ALL GE/AE/SE Coursescourses coursesB Sc Hons. (AHS); B P T; B Sc Hons. Sports & Exercise Science;B OPTOM .DEGREE EXAMINATION, June 2017FIRST SEMESTERHealth Care BiotechnologyTime: 2 hoursMaximum marks: 50Instructions to the candidates: Draw diagrams wherever neededAnswer ALL the following:[Define/give reasons/classify/List any two (differences; advantages;(5x3 marks)functions; applications; . )]12345Answer any FOUR of the following:(4x5 marks)678910Answer any ONE of the following:1112Generic Electives June, 2017(1x15)

Unit I: Fundamentals of radiation physics and radiation chemistry (6 h) a. Electromagnetic radiation and radioactivity b. Radiation sources and radionuclides c. Measurement units of exposed and absorbed radiation d. Interaction of radiation with matter, excitation and ionization e. Radiochemical events relevant to radiation biology f.

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