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SCHEME OF STUDIES:

SCHEME OF STUDIES in BS Home Economics:

B.S. HOME ECONOMICS (6 YEAR DEGREE PROGRAMME)

Keeping in view the requirements of Higher Education Commission the courses of Home Economics have been re-designed to meet the international standards of sixteen years of education for a Bachelor’s degree. The six year B.S Home Economics program has three parts.

  • B.S Part I (In the first 2 years student will complete B.S Part I)
  • B.S Part II (B.Sc.) (In next 2 years student will complete B.S Part II)
  • B.S Part III (In the last 2 years student will complete B.S Part III)

B.S HOME ECONOMICS PART – I (Ist YEAR)

PaperSubjectTheoryPracticalTotalCredit Hours
1English 100-10004
2Urdu 100-10004
3Pakistani Culture (for foreign students only)100-10004
4Chemistry 752510005
5Family and Community Development 703010005
6Pakistan Studies 50-5002
7Introduction to Home Economics 50-5002
8Introduction to Art and Design 604010005
9Home Nursing OR 604010005
10Computer Science OR 7030100-
11Music OR 4060100-
13Tajveed6040100-
Total
70032

B.S HOME ECONOMICS PART – I (2st YEAR)

PaperSubjectTheoryPracticalTotalCredit Hours
1English 100-10004
2Urdu 100-10004
3Pakistani Culture (for non-Muslims only)100-10004
5Physiology & Microbiology 752510005
6Fundamentals of Food & Nutrition 703010005
7Home Management 752510005
8Textiles and Clothing703010005
9 Islamic Studies OR 50-5002
10Ideology of Pakistan (Civics) non-Muslim only 50--50--
11Home Nursing OR604010005
12Computer Science7030100-
13Music OR 4060100-
14Tajveed6040100-
Total
75035

B.S HOME ECONOMICS PART – II (Ist YEAR)

PaperSubjectTheoryPracticalTotalCredit Hours
1English 100-10004
2Meal Management & Food Preservation703010005
3Applied Arts I604010005
5Clothing and Consumer Education703010005
7Early Childhood Care & Development100-10005
8Fundamentals of Economics752510004
9Biochemistry OR100--10005
10Home Economics Education History &
Development OR
100--100--
11Essentials of Management50--50--
12Islamic Studies OR Ethical Behaviour50--5002
Total
75035

B.S HOME ECONOMICS PART –II (2st YEAR)

PaperSubjectTheoryPracticalTotalCredit Hours
1English100--10004
2Housing Home Furnishing & Residence Programme703010005
3Pak. Studies50--5002
4Psychology of Childhood &Adolescence100--10004
5Advanced Nutrition752510005
6Advanced Clothing604010005
7Elective Group A (any one of following)
a.Applied Arts II604010005
b.Principles of Management100--100--
c.Pattem Making6040100--
d.Fashion Illustration6040100--
e.Dietetics7525100--
f.Programme in Early Childhood Education7030100--
g.Management of Family Affairs7030100--
8Elective Group B (any one of following)
a.Cultural Anthropology703010005
b.Abnormal Psychology7030100--
c.Home Economics Education / Educational Psychology100--100--
d.Economic Analysis100--100--
e.Fundamentals of Architecture & Interior Design 7030100--
f.Human & Family Ecology100--100--
g.Understanding of Special Children7030100--
h.Economics II 100--100--
i.Experimental Food 7525100--
j.Economic, Social & sychological Aspects of Clothing6040100--
Total75035

B.S HOME ECONOMICS PART – III(Ist YEAR)

PaperSubjectTheoryPracticalTotalCredit
IElective Major 2 (Two) Paper from the selected Group
Group A
iPhysiological Aspects of Nutrition 7525100--
iiCommunity Nutrition7525100--
Group B
iiiAdvanced Textiles 7030100--
ivDraping 5050100--
Group C
vEarly Childhood Education & Administration 7030100--
viEducational Psychology & Measurement Techniques 7030100--
Group D
viiArt & Design 604010005
viiiEssentials of Interior Design604010005
Group E
ixEnvironmental Management 7525100--
xDesigning the Interior --100100--
Group F
xiHuman Resource Management100--100--
xiiOrganizational Behavior 100--100--
IIElective Supplementary (Any One)
aArt Appreciation 100--10005
bApplied Interior Design6040100--
cFundamentals of Accounting100--100--
dElementary Childhood Education7030100--
eCommunication in Human and Family Relations 7030100--
fTextile Marketing & Merchandizing 6040100--
gTextile & Clothing Industrial Management 6040100--
hDecorative Fabrics 5050100--
i(i) Food Technology & (ii) Food Microbiology 50
50
--100--
jInterior Design Planning &Organization7525100--
IIIComputer Studies 703010005
ivPhysics752510005
vPsychology100--10005
viIntroduction to Research Methodology
(i) Research (ii) Statistics
50+50--10005
Total70035

B.S HOME ECONOMICS PART –III (2st YEAR)

PaperSubjectTheoryPracticalTotalCredit
IHome Economics Education: Administration & Supervision 100--10004
IIStatistics & Computer Application I 752510005
IIIElective Major (3 Papers from selected group)15
Group A
aApplied Nutrition 8020100--
bAdvanced Nutrition & Nutrients 8020100--
cNutrition, Health & Prevention 100--100--
Group B
aTextile Chemistry7525100--
bDying & Printing5050100--
cExperimental Textiles7525100--
Group C
aExceptional Children7030100--
bGuidance and Counseling of young child 7030100--
cSociology 100--100--
Group D
aPainting and Printmaking 100100--
bCeramics 5050100--
cWeaving 5050100--
dTextile Designing & Printing 5050100--
eInterior Design5050100--
Group E
aMarketing Management 100--100--
bInterior Design Projects (Practical) --100100--
cFundamentals of Furniture & Furnishings 7030100--
Group F
aConsumer Behavior100--100--
bConsumer Economics 100--100--
cFundamentals of Marketing 100--100--
dAdvanced Statistics 8020100--
IVMathematics 100--10004
VThesis / OR --150100--
Paper from the Selected Group150100--
aInstitutional Management + 6040100--
bFashion & Boutique Management + 6040100--
cGerontology + 6040100--
dArt Education +6040100--
eLandscape Design + 6040100--
Report Writing of All Groups 50--
Total75034

SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR M.Phil HOME ECONOMICS

The Government College of Home Economics, Lahore was founded in 1955 to create a distinguished center of excellence for teaching and research in the field of Home Economics. Since its inception, the college has been affiliated with the University of the Punjab. It awards six years integrated BS degree. The college is also offering M.Phil and Ph.D programmes in five major areas of Home Economics.Home Economics is an encompassing field involving many areas of subject matter and a wide variety of experiences. Food and Nutrition, Textiles and Clothing, Art and Design, Human Development and Family Studies, Housing, Home Management and Interior Design are the different areas of Home Economics. A close relation exists among the areas of Home Economics as well as between Home Economics courses and supportive courses taught outside the field. The Physical and Social Science, Applied Art, Psychology and Philosophy have direct and important contribution in the field of Home Economics. Focus is on conceptual and applied research.

Credit Hours:-

The total credit hours and break down for the compulsory and elective / optional papers are as follows:

NoCourseCredits
1Core course (See form the below list)16 credits
2Elective course (See form the below list)12 credits (4 credits each)
3Dissertation02 credits
4Seminars / Fieldwork02 credits

Core Courses

Student can select any 4 courses from the below Core Courses list:

NoCourseCredits
1Research Methods - I + II04 credits each
2Research Methods advanced I + II04 credits each
3Research Methods III A&B04 credits each
4Statistics04 credits
5Human Resource Management04 credits

 

Elective Courses

Food and Nutrition

Learning Objectives:

1. To acquire detailed knowledge regarding the biological basis of nutrition and the mechanisms by which diet can influence health.
2. To attain skills in developing research proposals for the study of human nutrition.To enable students to integrate knowledge of other fields with nutrition.
3. To develop skills in the oral and written communication of scientific information.

Courses:

From the Courses Below Students have to select any 3 courses as Elective Courses to meet the requirement of Ph.D in HOME ECONOMICS (Food and Nutrition)

  • Public Health Nutrition
  • Nutrition Epidemiology
  • Nutritional Counseling and Education Methods
  • Nutrition Bio-Chemistry – I
  • Nutrition Bio-Chemistry – II
  • Physiological basis of Nutrition
  • Applied Nutrition
  • Community Nutrition

Textiles and Clothing

Learning Objectives:

1.To attain skills in developing research proposals that require the integration of knowledge about Textile and Clothing and its practical application at the work place.
2. To know the ability perform textile tests, analyze and interpret scientific information provided by testing laboratories.
3. To develop the ability to translate research into practice.
4. To develop abilities of transferring research info practice and dissemination of information.

Courses:

From the Courses Below Students have to select any 3 courses as Elective Courses to meet the requirement of M.Phil in HOME ECONOMICS (Textiles and Clothing)

  • Analysis of Normal fiber (plant and animal)
  • Fabric performance assessment and value added finishes.
  • Textile technology
  • Advanced Industrial Marketing
  • Garment Technology
  • Strategy and Economics Concepts of Garments Production
  • Fabric and Garment Embellishment
  • Clothing and Culture.

Human Development and Family Studies

Learning Objectives:

1. To acquire detailed knowledge of trends and perspectives related to human development, family dynamics, exceptional children and guidance of children.

2. To attain skills in integrating knowledge and acquiring a multi disciplinary approach for dealing with problems pertaining to human development and family relationship, adjustments and guidance of normal and exceptional children.

3. To develop abilities of transferring research into practice and dissemination of information.

Courses:

From the Courses Below Students have to select any 3 courses as Elective Courses to meet the requirement of M.Phil in HOME ECONOMICS (Human Development and Family Studies)

  • Perspectives of Human Development
  • Advanced Studies of Exceptional Children
  • Assessment and Evaluation of issues in HDFS
  • Family Dynamics
  • Language Development during Early Childhood
  • Guidance of Young Child
  • Sociology (pure and applied)

Art and Design

Learning Objectives:

1. Understanding the work of art in relationship to the societies in which they were created and be able to discuss the cultural, geographical, philosophical, political and social factors that contribute to their creation.
2. Develop skills in different processes and production techniques and establish one’s own visual language as well as position in the world of contemporary interior and textile design.
3. Attain skills in the integration of knowledge about Art and Design and its practical application in the work place.
4. Develop the ability to translate research into practice through skills in Art and Design policy, programme planning and evaluation, management, information dissemination, oral and written communication.

Courses:

From the Courses Below Students have to select any 3 courses as Elective Courses to meet the requirement of M.Phil in HOME ECONOMICS (Art and Design)

  • History of Art
  • Islamic Art and Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Textile Design: Weaving and Printing
  • Art Education

Housing Home Management and Interior Design

Learning Objectives:

1. To create awareness regarding the complex phenomenon of human settlements and the development of a range of skills for professional practice such as landscape architects, color consultants and spatial planners.
2. To be able to critically reflect and report the relationship between environment and architecture.
3. To develop skills in enhancing efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy and space in the fields of Housing and Interior Design.

Courses:

From the Courses Below Students have to select any 3 courses as Elective Courses to meet the requirement of M.Phil in HOME ECONOMICS (Housing, Home Management and Interior Design)

  • Sustainable Architecture
  • Landscape Design
  • Interior Space Planning
  • The role of Colour and Light in Interiors
  • Furniture and Furnishings
  • Population and Environmental Management
  • Housing Policy and Planning.

SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR Ph.D HOME ECONOMICS

 

The Government College of Home Economics, Lahore was founded in 1955 to create a distinguished center of excellence for teaching and research in the field of Home Economics. Since its inception, the college has been affiliated with the University of the Punjab. It awards six years integrated BS degree. The college is also offering M.Phil and Ph.D programmes in five major areas of Home Economics.Home Economics is an encompassing field involving many areas of subject matter and a wide variety of experiences. Food and Nutrition, Textiles and Clothing, Art and Design, Human Development and Family Studies, Housing, Home Management and Interior Design are the different areas of Home Economics. A close relation exists among the areas of Home Economics as well as between Home Economics courses and supportive courses taught outside the field. The Physical and Social Science, Applied Art, Psychology and Philosophy have direct and important contribution in the field of Home Economics. Focus is on conceptual and applied research.

Credit Hours:-

The total credit hours and break down for the compulsory and elective / optional papers are as follows:

NoCourseCredits
1Core course (See form the below list)8 credits
2Elective course (See form the below list)4 credits
3DissertationMust for Ph.D students
4Seminars / Fieldwork01 credit

Core Courses

Student have to read both courses from the below Core Courses list:

NoCourseCredits
1Research Methods - I04 credits
2Research Methods - II04 credits

 

Elective Courses

Food and Nutrition

Learning Objectives:

1. To acquire detailed knowledge regarding the biological basis of nutrition and the mechanisms by which diet can influence health.
2. To attain skills in developing research proposals for the study of human nutrition.To enable students to integrate knowledge of other fields with nutrition.
3. To develop skills in the oral and written communication of scientific information.

Courses:

From the Courses Below Students have to select any 1 course as Elective Course to meet the requirement of Ph.D in HOME ECONOMICS (Food and Nutrition)

  • Public Health Nutrition
  • Nutrition Epidemiology
  • Nutritional Counseling and Education Methods
  • Nutrition Bio-Chemistry – I
  • Nutrition Bio-Chemistry – II
  • Physiological basis of Nutrition
  • Applied Nutrition
  • Community Nutrition

Textiles and Clothing

Learning Objectives:

1.To attain skills in developing research proposals that require the integration of knowledge about Textile and Clothing and its practical application at the work place.
2. To know the ability perform textile tests, analyze and interpret scientific information provided by testing laboratories.
3. To develop the ability to translate research into practice.
4. To develop abilities of transferring research info practice and dissemination of information.

Courses:

From the Courses Below Students have to select any 1 course as Elective Course to meet the requirement of M.Phil in HOME ECONOMICS (Textiles and Clothing)

  • Analysis of Normal fiber (plant and animal)
  • Fabric performance assessment and value added finishes.
  • Textile technology
  • Advanced Industrial Marketing
  • Garment Technology
  • Strategy and Economics Concepts of Garments Production
  • Fabric and Garment Embellishment
  • Clothing and Culture.

Human Development and Family Studies

Learning Objectives:

1. To acquire detailed knowledge of trends and perspectives related to human development, family dynamics, exceptional children and guidance of children.

2. To attain skills in integrating knowledge and acquiring a multi disciplinary approach for dealing with problems pertaining to human development and family relationship, adjustments and guidance of normal and exceptional children.

3. To develop abilities of transferring research into practice and dissemination of information.

Courses:

From the Courses Below Students have to select any 1 course as Elective Course to meet the requirement of M.Phil in HOME ECONOMICS (Human Development and Family Studies)

  • Perspectives of Human Development
  • Advanced Studies of Exceptional Children
  • Assessment and Evaluation of issues in HDFS
  • Family Dynamics
  • Language Development during Early Childhood
  • Guidance of Young Child
  • Sociology (pure and applied)

Art and Design

Learning Objectives:

1. Understanding the work of art in relationship to the societies in which they were created and be able to discuss the cultural, geographical, philosophical, political and social factors that contribute to their creation.
2. Develop skills in different processes and production techniques and establish one’s own visual language as well as position in the world of contemporary interior and textile design.
3. Attain skills in the integration of knowledge about Art and Design and its practical application in the work place.
4. Develop the ability to translate research into practice through skills in Art and Design policy, programme planning and evaluation, management, information dissemination, oral and written communication.

Courses:

From the Courses Below Students have to select any 1 course as Elective Course to meet the requirement of M.Phil in HOME ECONOMICS (Art and Design)

  • History of Art
  • Islamic Art and Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Textile Design: Weaving and Printing
  • Art Education

Housing Home Management and Interior Design

Learning Objectives:

1. To create awareness regarding the complex phenomenon of human settlements and the development of a range of skills for professional practice such as landscape architects, color consultants and spatial planners.
2. To be able to critically reflect and report the relationship between environment and architecture.
3. To develop skills in enhancing efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy and space in the fields of Housing and Interior Design.

Courses:

From the Courses Below Students have to select any 1 course as Elective Course to meet the requirement of M.Phil in HOME ECONOMICS (Housing, Home Management and Interior Design)

  • Sustainable Architecture
  • Landscape Design
  • Interior Space Planning
  • The role of Colour and Light in Interiors
  • Furniture and Furnishings
  • Population and Environmental Management
  • Housing Policy and Planning.