CO1: Identify various areas of music research

CO2: Critically write about the topic selected

CO3: Express one’s own views on the topic

CO4: Explore hidden areas of music

CO5: Theorize the practical aspect of music

CO6: Validate the topic in present scenario

CO1: Render alapana, niraval and Kalpanasvara to the given melakarta ragas

CO2: Apply alapana and Kalpana svara to the given janya ragas

CO3: Perform Kritis in vivadi melas and janya ragas

CO4: Render compositions belonging to prahladabhakti vijayam of Saint Tyagaraja

CO5: Understand the ragasvarupa of selected vivadi melas

CO6: Differentiate between similar ragas belonging to same melakart

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Demonstrate one’s skill and intellect through through the execution of Pallavis.

CO2: Compose simple pallavis

CO3: Differentiate between the method of alapana for a pallavi and a composition

CO4: Improvise the Pallavi through Niraval and Kalapanaswaras including ragamalika

CO5: Analyse the structure of a 4 kalai Pallavi, Nada Pallavi and simple Pallavi

CO6: Demonstrate the lakshana of the raga and structure of a Pallavi with Tattakaram

CO1: Understand the methodology of selecting the compositions for a concert

CO2: Arrange the compositions in the sequential order of raga & tala

CO3: Create raga alapana, niraval and kalpana swaras for selected compositions

CO4: Include short musical forms in the concert

CO5: Evaluate different styles of singers through listening to concerts

CO6: Estimate recent trends in the field of public performance

CO1: Understand the methodology of selecting the compositions for a concert

CO2: Arrange the compositions in the sequential order of raga & tala

CO3: Create raga alapana, niraval and kalpana swaras for selected compositions

CO4: Include short musical forms in the concert

CO5: Evaluate different styles of singers through listening to concerts

CO6: Estimate recent trends in the field of public performance