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Is there any change in syllabus of recruitment exam for JLs (Junior Lecturer) in Andhra Pradesh? Please give me its detailed syllabus.
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APPSC conducts JL exam and Syllabus & Scheme for recruitment to the post of junior lecturers in A.P. Intermediate education service is as following:

(P.G. standard)
PART-A: Written ‘Examination (Objective Type)
Paper-1: General Studies 150 150 150
Paper-2: Concerned Subject (One only) 150 150 300
PART-B: Interview (Oral Test)
50
1. The Candidates have to choose one subject from the following for Paper-2:
Name of the Subject
Mathematics
Physics
Zoology
Urdu
N.B:
1. The selections to these posts will be based on the total marks obtained by the candidates at the written examination and oral test taken together subject to the rule of reservation.
2. The eligible candidates will be called for an interview at the ratio of 1:2 with referenced to the number of vacancies duly following the special representation as laid down in General Rule-22 and 22-A of A.P. State and Subordinate Service Rules.
3. Appearance to Written Examination and Oral Test is compulsory for final selection.

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SIR PLEASE UPLOAD JL ZOOLOGY SYLLABUS FOR 2013 .
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Please upload JL chemistry syllabus for 2013 JL notification.
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Please upload JL chemistry syllabus for 2013 JL notification. KIRAN KUMAR
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SIR PLEASE UPLOAD JL ZOOLOGY SYLLABUS FOR 2013 .
sir please download junior lecturer syllabus zoology
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Syllabus for jl general studies
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Sir, please upload syllabus for JL Physics and previous exam papers
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please let me know the JL Mathematics syllabus and reference material for maths and GK.

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Please check the following link for APPSC Syllabus for Junior Lecturers.

website.apspsc.gov.in/Documents/SYLLABUS1/8.pdf
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Here I am sharing the Junior Lecturers (JL) Syllabus of APPSC

Junior Lecturers (JL) Syllabus of APPSC

PAPER-1: GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY

1. General Science – Contemporary developments in Science and Technology and their implications including matters of every day observation and experience, as may be expected of a well-educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific discipline.
2. Current events of national and international importance.
3. History of India – emphasis will be on broad general understanding of the subject in its social, economic,
cultural and political aspects with a focus on AP Indian National Movement.
4. World Geography and Geography of India with a focus on AP.
5. Indian polity and Economy – including the country’s political system- rural development – Planning and
economic reforms in India.
6. Mental ability – reasoning and inferences.

HINDI

I. Study of the following ten authors and poets:
1. Kabir
2. Tusdidas
3. Bihari
4. Surdas
5. Acharya Ramachandra Shukla
6. Premchand
7. Prasad
8. Pant
9. Nirala
10. Dinakar
II. Appreciation of the popular couplets of Tulsi, Kabir, Rahim, Vrinda etc., and a few lines from modern
poets of Prasad, Pant etc.
III. Origin and development of prominent literary genres in modern Hindi, e.g. Novel, Short Story,
Drama, Criticism.
IV. The study of the following eight trends of the history of Hindi Literature.
1. Gyan Margi Shakha
2. Prem Margi Shakha
3. Ram Bhakti Shakha
4. Krishna Bhakti Shakha
5. Riti kavya
6. Chayavada
7. Pragativada
8. Nai Kavita
V. History of various aspects of Hindi Language, eg:
1. Grammatical and lexical features of Apabhransa, Avahatta and early Hindi.
2. Evolution of Khari Boli Hindi as literary language during 19th Century
3. Development of Hindi as Rastra Bhasha during freedom struggle and as official
language of Indian Union since Independence.
4. Major Dialects of Hindi and their inter-relationship
5. Functional and significant grammatical features of standard Hindi
6. Origin and development of Devanagari script and its role in standardization of Hindi
language.

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As you required for the Junior Lecturers Syllabus, here I am uploading a pdf file which contains the same. You can use this syllabus in your studies. It is absolutely free to download. This is the content of attachment:

History and Development of Social and Cultural Anthropology. Basic Concepts: Simple Society, Complex Society, Community, Culture, Civilization, Primary and Secondary Groups, Cultural Relativism and Ethnocentrism, Ethnicity, Globalization, and Postmodern Anthropology. Social Organization, Social System, Social Structure, Social Process, Social Function, Values and World View. Types of Marriage: Monogamy, Polygamy, Preferential and Prescriptive, Endogamy, Exogamy, Parallel and Cross Cousin. Types and Functions of Family. Types of Kinship Terms, Types and Structure of Descent Groups. Types of Kin Group, Alliance Theory.

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As you required for the Junior Lecturers Syllabus, here I am uploading a pdf file which contains the same. You can use this syllabus in your studies. It is absolutely free to download. This is the content of attachment:

General Knowledge
The paper in General Knowledge will include knowledge of current events and matters as of everyday observation and experience in the scientific aspects of life as may be expected of an educated person. The paper will also include questions on History of India and Geography of such standard which the candidates should be able to answer without special study. Total 50 marks.
Anthropology PAPER – I
Unit – I –
History and Development of Social and Cultural Anthropology. Basic Concepts: Simple Society, Complex Society, Community, Culture, Civilization, Primary and Secondary Groups, Cultural Relativism and Ethnocentrism, Ethnicity, Globalization, and Postmodern Anthropology. Social Organization, Social System, Social Structure, Social Process, Social Function, Values and World View. Types of Marriage: Monogamy, Polygamy, Preferential and Prescriptive, Endogamy, Exogamy, Parallel and Cross Cousin. Types and Functions of Family. Types of Kinship Terms, Types and Structure of Descent Groups. Types of Kin Group, Alliance Theory.

Unit – II - Definition, Nature and Characteristics of Culture. Paradoxes of Culture. Types of Culture Change: Innovation, Invention, Diffusion, Acculturation, Assimilation, Attenuation, Integration. Cultural Adaptation: Enculturation and Socialization. Concepts and Theories of Religion, Religion, Magic and Science, Religious Functionaries. Types of Political Organization, State and Stateless Societies. Forms and Agencies of Social Control, Social Sanction, Law and Justice, Concepts of Production, Consumption, Exchange and Distribution. Primitive And Peasant Economy, Reciprocity And Redistribution, Types And Technological Levels Of Economy: Foraging, Hunting, Pastoralism, Shifting Cultivation. Terrace Cultivation, Dry and Wet Cultivation, Horticulture and Industrial.

Unit – III - Methodological Perspectives in Anthropology. Field Work And Field Work Traditions In Anthropology, Methodological Approaches In Anthropology: Holistic, Emic And Etic, Synchronic And Diachronic, Testing Of Hypothesis. Types of Research Design. Techniques of Data Collection and Their Types: Observation, Interview, Case Study, Schedule and Questionnaire. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods. Types of Sampling and Their Application. Methods of Comparison, PRA And RRA Techniques, Sociogram, Projective Techniques, Type of Scaling Techniques, Methods of Visual Anthropology, Measurement of Central Tendencies, Frequency Distribution, Standard Deviation, Standard Error, Chi-Square Test, Coefficient of Co Variation And Co-Efficient of Correlation.


Unit – IV - Emergence Of Anthropology As An Empirical Discipline, Anthropology As Natural Science And Natural History, Classical Evolutionism, Diffusionism, Structuralism, Structural-Functionalism, Functionalism, Neo-Evolutionism, Configurational Approach And Culturological Approach To The Study of Culture, Post-Structuralism, Symbolic And Interpretive Anthropology, Postmodern Anthropology, Concepts of Culture And Personality. Individual, Culture and Society, Types of Personality Formation and Determinants, Types of Personality, Personality and Social Structure, Functions of Personality, Psychology of Culture Change, Diachronic And Synchronic Study of Culture and Personality. Relation between Language and Culture, Classification of Language, Functional Study of Language, Structural Analysis in Linguistics and Anthropology, Language and Communication.

Unit – V - Approaches to the Study of Indian Civilization. Concepts of Little Tradition and Great Tradition, Unity and Diversity, Universalization and Parochialisation. Relevance of Village Studies, Types of Village. Caste as a Concept and System, Origin of Caste, Jajmani System, Dominant Caste, Caste and Politics, Problems of Scheduled Caste. Folk-Urban and Tribe-Caste Contrast and Continuum. Sacred Complex Studies in India. Scheduled Tribes and Their Types, Distribution and Classification of Tribal Languages, Peasant Society and Culture. Problems of Minorities.

Unit – VI - Problems in Tribal Society: Land Alienation, Shifting Cultivation, Housing, Health, Nutrition and Sanitation, Indebtedness, Alcoholism, Bonded Labour, Child Labour, Education, Poverty and Gender Issues. Problems of Displacement and Rehabilitation. Development Strategies, Policies, Plans and Programmes of Tribal Development. Approaches to Tribal Development, Role of Anthropology in Tribal and Rural Development, Types of Tribal Movement in India. New Panchayati Raj System: PESA Act and Gram Sabha. Role of N.G.Os in Development.

Unit – VII – The New Development Paradigm: Anthropology of Development and Anthropology in Development. Applied and Action Anthropology. Meanings & Characteristics and Indices of Economic Development, Social and Cultural Dimensions of Economic Development, Development and Under-development. The Third World profile. Regional Imbalances and Regional Development in India. Poverty Alleviation Programmes in India, Agricultural and Industrial Development in Rural India. Regional Development in India. Quality of life and Collective Well being. Resources (Human and Natural) and their utilization in Odisha.


Unit – VIII – Problems of Development. Socio-cultural Barriers and Stimulants to Development. Economic Development and Social change, Modernization and Development. Culture of Development & Development of Culture. Planned Development in India, Planning in India: Centralised, De-centralised, Top-bottom, Bottom-top, Sectoral and Integrated. Constitutional safequards and protective legislations for SCs and STs in India. Gender and Development. Environment and Development, Health and Development, Education and Development. Theories of Economic Development (Adam Smith, Devis Richarod, Thomas Malthus, J.S. Mills Myrdal, Schumacher, Marx, Schumpteter and Amartya Sen) Globolization, Liberlisation and Development.

PAPER-II
Unit – I - Aims and scope of Biological Anthropology, History and development of Biological/Physical Anthropology, Application of biological anthropology, Recent trends in biological anthropology. Theories of organic evolution: Lamarckism, Darwinism, Synthetic theory, Origins of Man: “Out of Africa model” and “Multiregional Model”, Principles of evolution: Convergence evolution and Divergent evolution. Evolution and adaptation

Unit – II - Man’s place in Animal Kingdom, Characteristic features of living primates , Primate evolution with special reference to skull, law, limbs, dentition and brain, Primate fossils: Aegyptopithecus, Propliopithecus, Dryopithecus, Ramapithecus ; Primate social behavour; Erect posture and bipedalism , Stages of human evolution: Australopithecine stage, Homo-erectus stage, Neanderthal stage( Conservative and progressive variety )Homo-sapien-sapiens stage : (Cro-Magnon Man , Grimaldi Man & Chancelade Man )

Unit – III - Living Human variation: Concepts of race, Biological concept of race Racial classification of major races of world population, Racial Criteria: Metric, Non-metric, genetic, Racial Classification of Indian population (Risley, Guha and Sarkar), Distribution of Genetic variation: ABO Blood group, Rh Blood group, MN blood group; distribution of genetic disorders: sickle cell anaemia, Thalassemia, G6PD Deficiency.

Unit – IV - Human genetics: Scope and development, Mendel’s Law and its application to human population, Inheritance of genetic traits in Man: Autosomal, Sex-linked characters, methods of studying Heredity: Twin method, Pedigree method, Hardy-Weinberg Law & its application in human population, Genetic polymorphism: Balanced & Transient, Chromosome Karyotypes in man, Chromosomal abnormality in man, Structure & function of DNA and RNA, Replication of DNA, Recombinant Technology, Application areas of human genetics: Pre-natal diagnosis, genetic counseling, paternity determination, DNA finger printing. Factors affecting genetic structure of human population: mutation, selection, drift and gene flow


Unit – V - Definition & Scope of prehistoric Archaeology, Geological frame work : An outline of Pleistocene epoch, Glacial and Interglacial period in Europe and India, Causes and consequences of glaciations; methods of dating: Relative dating – study of stratigraphy, Pollen Analysis, Paleontology; Absolute dating – Radio carbon dating, Potassium – Argon method;, Thermoluminiscence method; Concept of Three age system of cultural chronology; Prehistoric Technology & Tool types of Paleolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic Cultures. History and development of museums in the world.

Unit – VI - Lower Paleolithic Cultures of Africa and South Asia (India): Pebble tool culture in Africa(evidence from Olduvai Gorge) and India (Sohan valley Culture), Achulian Culture of Africa and Achulian Cultural of peninsular India, Middle stone age cultures of Africa and Middle Palaeolithic culture of India, Late stone age culture of Africa, Upper Paleolithic culture in India, Mesolithic and Neolithic culture of Europe of India, Proto-historic culture of South Asia (India) – Chalcolithic culture of India , Indus Valley civilization: Salient features (Town planning, settlement, Agriculture, Art & Craft, Metal technology, Trade, religion, burials etc. Origins and causes of decline of the Indus civilization.

Unit – VII -Ecological anthropology :definition and scope ;Aspects of ecological anthropology :environmental determinism, environmental possiblism, cultural ecology, population ecology, system ecology, ethno-ecology, palaeoecology, social ecology, ;Eco-system: structure and function, major eco-systems of the world , Bio-cultural adaptation to cold, heat and high altitude, Energetic and human society, Ecological ethnology: ecological adaptation of hunter-gathers, Nomads , and Island communities ,carrying capacity of ecosystem, cultural component of eco-systems; culture as the master variable, environment and sustainable development, Environmental problems: causes and consequences of degradation of land ,water ,air. Global warming and Green house effect, Effects of environmental pollutants on human health Environmental policy in India

Unit-VIII : Medical anthropology : scope and application ; socio-cultural and bio-medical concept of health, disease and illness; Ethno-medicine; Symbolic aspects of sickness and healing, An outline of medical systems in India , Epidemiology of communicable and non-communicable diseases; Determinants of health: Socio-cultural, environmental and genetic; National health policy; Population policy in India ;Nutrition policy of India ,Factors affecting fertility and mortality in India ; Problems of food security and malnutrition in India ,Reproductive and child health problem in India , National Rural Health Mission : Objectives and perspectives ,Problems of aged in India , Gender and health

Botany PAPER-I
Unit-I –

Algae - General characteristics, Organization of thallus, Cell Structure, Reproduction,Alternation of generation, Economic importance; Structure, Reproduction and life cycle of chlamydomonas and Spirogyra.

Cyanobacteria – General characteristics, Cell structure, Heterocysts, Reproduction and Economic importance.

Fungi - General characteristics, organization of thallus, Reproduction, Alternation of generations, Economic importance; Structure, Reproduction and life cycle of Yeast, Mucor and Rhizopus.

Lichens – Thallus structure and Reproduction of Lichen.

Plant Diseases – Late blight of potato, Smut and rust of wheat, Citrus Canker, Mosaic Disease of tobacco.

Unit-II –
Bryophytes - General characteristics, Alternation of generation, Economic significance; Structure & Reproduction of Riccia, Anthoceros and Sphagnum.

Pteridophytes - General characteristics, Alternation of generation, Stelar structure, Heterospory and seed habit; General Morphology, Anatomy and Reproduction of Psilotum, Sellaginella and Marsilea.

Gymnosperms - General characteristics, Resemblances with and differences between Pteridophytes and Angiosperms; General Morphology, Anatomy and Reproduction of Cycas.

Unit-III –
Morphology of Angiosperms - Root, Stem and their modifications; Leaves and their types, Venation and modifications; Phyllotaxy; Inflorescence; Structure of flower, Floral diagram and Floral Formula; Important features of the families; Cruciferae, Fabaceae, Malvaceae and Poaceae.

Unit-IV –
Anatomy - Anatomy of typical dicot stems, root and leaf; Secondary growth and anomalous secondary growth of stems.

Embryology of Angiosperms- Microsporangium, Male gametophyte, Megasporangium, Female gametophyte, Pollination, Fertilization, Sexual incompatibility, Endosperm, Embryo, Seed development, Structure and types of seeds, Seed dispersal, Seed dormancy and germination.

Unit-V –
Ecology - Ecological factors; Ecological adaptations - Hydrophytes, Xerophytes, Mesophytes; Plant succession; Bio-geochemical cycles, Ecosystem and their components, Major ecosystems, Environmental pollution- air, soil and water pollution and their control measures.

PAPER-II
Unit–I- Viruses- General characteristics, size and shape, structure, viral multiplication.

Bacteriophages- Types, Multiplication, Lytic cycle, Lysogeny.

Archaea – General features, cell structure and types.

Eubacteria - Morphology, Internal structure, Transformation, Conjugation, Transduction.

Unit– II –
Cell Biology - Cell structure, Cell wall, Cell membrane, Plastids, Mitochondria, Golgi bodies, Glyoxisomes, Perosisomes, Ribosomes, Nucleus and Nucleolus; Structure of Chromosomes; Cell cycle – Mitosis and Meisosi.

Unit – III –
Genetics - Mendel’s laws of Inheritance, Interaction of genes; Linkage, Recombination and Gene mapping; Extra-Nuclear inheritance; Mutation-Types and induction, DNA damage and repair; Types of polyploidy, Role of mutation and polyploidy in crop improvement.

Unit – IV –
Molecular Biology - DNA is the genetic material, Structure and Replication of DNA, DNA polymerase; Structure and types of RNA; RNA polymerase and transcription, RNA processing; Translation; Regulation of gene action in prokaryotes with reference to lac-operon.

Plant Biotechnology- General idea about plant tissue culture, sterilization techniques, clonal propagation, somaclonal variation; Protoplast isolation and somatic hybridization.

Transgenic plants- Agrobacterium-mediated gene transfer, Direct gene transfer, Insect (Bt.) and herbicide(glyphosate) resistant transgenic plants.

Unit – V –

Plant Physiology – Water relations of plant cells, absorption of water, ascent of sap, transpiration, mineral nutrition; Phloem transport.

Plant Biochemistry – enzymes; Photosynthesis and photorespiration, respiration, nitrogen metabolism.

Plant growth regulators – (auxins, gibberellin, cytokinin, abscisic acid, ethylene), Photoperiodism and venalization.

Chemistry PAPER-I SECTION-A :

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
Unit-I:
Classical thermodynamics Brief resume of concepts of law of thermodynamics – free energy, chemical potential and entropies – Partial molar properties – partial molar free energy – partial molar volume and partial molar heat content and their significances – concept of fugacity and determination of fugacity – activity – activity coefficient – Third law of thermodynamics, excess functions for non ideal solutions

Non-equilibrium thermodynamics Thermodynamic criteria – Entropy production and entropy balance equation – chemical equations and chemical affinity- generalized fluxes and forces – phenomenological equations – Onsager’s reciprocity relations.

Statistical thermodynamics Enscmble-phase space – Quantum statistics – partition functions – Statistical thermodynamics – Einstein and Debye specific heat equations.

Unit-II:
Chemical dynamics Empirical rate laws – Theories of reaction rates – Determination of reaction mechanism – Reaction in solutions – catalysed reaction kinetics – Techniques for fast reactions viz. flow method, relaxation method, flash photolysis, NMR method.

Electrochemistry Electrochemistry of solutions – Debye – Huckel – Onsager treatment and its extension, Ion association – Thermodynamics of electrified interfaces – Lipmann equation – Butler Volumer equation – theory of double layer at interfaces and semiconductor – corrosion and prevention methods.

Unit-III:
Surface chemistry Adsorption – Surface tension, Capillary action – pressure difference across curved surface isotherm – BET equation – surface films on liquids.

Micelles : Surface active agents and their classifications – Structure of micelles – CMC – Thermodynamics of micellizations – Solubilization –micro emulsion – reverse micelle.

Polymers : Definition, type of polymers – kinetie of polymerization – mechanism of polymerization – Molecular mass and its determination (Osmometry, Viscometry, diffusion and light scattering methods).

Solid state chemistry : Structural classification of solids of binary and ternary compounds – defects in solids – Electrical properties : Metals, insulator, semiconductor, super conductors – band theory of solids.

Phase equilibria : Thermodynamic derivation of phase rule – Three component systems and their application.


Unit-IV

Quantum Mechanics Postulates – Particle in box, rigid rotator – harmonic oscillator – variation principles, first order perturbation principle – angular momentum.

Molecular orbital theory Huckel theor of conjugated systems – Free valence index, bond order and charge density calculations – application to ethylene – butadiene – cyclopropylene radical, cyclobutadiene

Electronic structure of atoms Electronic configuration, L-S coupling – term separation of energies of pn and dn configurations – spin orbit coupling – Zeeman splitting.

SECTION – B :
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY Unit-I Periodic properties and chemical bonding Chemical periodicity, VSEPR theory for different types of molecules, Walsh diagram (tri- and penta – atomic molecules), dп-pп bond, bent rule and energetic of hybridization some simple reactions of covalently bonded molecules.

Acid-base concept and Non-aqueous solvents Hard-soft acid base concept – acid base strength – theoretical basis of hardness and softness. Non aqueous solvents: types and characteristics – reactions in non-aqueous solvents.

Symmetry and Group Theory in Chemistry Symmetry elements and symmetry operations – definitions of group, subgroup, cosets relation between orders of a finite group and its subgroup – Conjugacy relation and classes. Point symmetry group – Stoneflies symbols – representations of groups by matrices (representation for the Cn, Cnv, Cnh, Dnh groups) – Character of a representation – The great Orthogonality theorem (without proof) and its importance – Character tables and their use.

Unit-II
Chemistry of transition and inner transition elements: General characteristics of 1st row transition elements and inner transition elements with special reference to electronic structure, ionic radii, oxidation states, complex formation, magnetic behaviour and spectral properties.

Coordination compounds and Metal – Ligand Bonding Nomenclature and isomerism of coordination compounds – valence bond theory and its limitations – Crystal field theory and its applications to octahedral, tetrahedral and square planer complexes – Limitations of crystal field theory – Molecular orbital theory: sigma bonding and energy level diagram in octahedral, tetrahedral and square planar complexes: bonding and energy level diagram in octahedral complexes.

Electronic spectra of transition metal complexes Types of electronic transitions, selection rule – Spectrochemical, series – Spectroscopic ground states, correlation – Orgel and Tanabe-Sugano diagrams for transition metals complexes (d¹ to d9 states), calculations of Dq, B and b parameters – charge transfer spectra.

Unit-III
Metal – Ligand Equilibria in Solution Stepwise and overall formation constants and their interrelation, factors affecting the stability of metal complexes – chelate effect and its thermodynamic origin – determination of binary formation constants by pH-metry and spectrophotometry, Job’s method of continuous variation.

Reaction mechanism of transition metal complexes Energy profile of a reaction – Thermodynamic and kinetic stability of metal complexes – Kinetic application of valence bond and crystal field theories. Substitution reactions of octahedral complexes: acid hydrolysis – base hydrolysis: conjugate base mechanism and the direct/indirect evidences – Substitution reactions in square planar complexes: the trans effect and its application to synthesis of complexes – theories of trans effect – mechanism and factors affecting the substitution reactions. Redox reactions: Outersphere reactions, Marcus theory for outerasphere reaction – inner sphere reactions.

Nuclear chemistry Radioactive disintegrations, radio isotopes and their applications, nuclear reactions, fission and fusion, radio analytical techniques and activation analysis.

Unit-IV
Metal л complexes Metal carbonyls: synthesis, structure and bonding – vibrational, spectra of metal carbonyls for bonding and structural elucidation – EAN concept and application to metal carbondyls – important reactions OF METAL CARBONYIS – Preparation, bonding, structure and important reactions of transition metal nitrosyl, dinitrogen and dioxygen complexes – tertiary phosphine as ligand.

Organometallic Chemistry Preparation, properties and applications alkyl and aryls of group-I and II metal (Li, Mg, Zn) and transition metals (Ti, Ni,. Cu and Pd).

Bioinorganic Chemistry Essential and trace metals in biological processes – role of alkali and alkaline earch metal jons - Na+- K+ Pump – metalloporphyrins with special reference to hemoglobin and myoglobin, Metal complexes in transmission of energy – chlorophylix, photosystem-I and photosystem-II in cleavage of water - ATP as energy currency in biological system. Metalloenzymes: Carbonic anhydrase, carboxypetidase. Structure and function of metalloproteins in electron transport processes – cytochromes and ferrodoxin. Biological nitrogen fixation, molybdenum nitrogenase, spectroscopic and other evidences – Metal complexes in medicine.

PAPER-II SECTION-A :

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Unit-I Stereochemistry, structure and reactivity Conformational analysis of cycloalkanes, decalins, effect of conformation on reactivity, conformation of sugars, steric strain due to unavoidable crowding. Elements of symmetry, chirality, molecules with more than one chiral center, threo and erythro isomers, methods of resolution, optical purity, enantiopticand diasterotopic atoms, groups and faces, sterospecific and steroselective synthesis – Asymmetric synthesis – Optical activity in the absence of chiral carbon (biphenyls, allenes and spiranes), chirality due to helical shape. Types of mechanisms, types of reactions, thermodynamic and kinetic requirements, kinetic and thermodynamic control, Hammond’s postulate, Curtin-Hammett principle. Potential energy diagrams, transition states and intermediates, methods of determining mechanisms, isotope effects.

Aliphatic nucleophilic substitution The SN2, SN1, mixed SN1 and SN2 and SET mechanisms. The neighbouring group mechanism, neighbouring group participation by p and s bonds, anchimeric assistance Classical and non-classical carbocations, phenonium ions, norbormy1 system, common carbocations rearrangements – Application of NMR spectroscopy in the detection of carbocations.

The SN1 mechanism. Nucleophilic substitution at an allylic, aliphatic trigonal and a vinylic carbon. Reactivity effects of substrate structure, attacking nucleophile, leaving group and reaction medium, phase transfer catalysis and ultrasound, ambident nucleophile, leaving group and reaction medium, phase transfer catalysis and ultrasound, ambident nucleophile, regioselectivity.

Aliphatic electrophilic substitution Bimolecular mechanisms – SE2 and SEi. The SE1 mechanism, electrophilic substitution accompanied by double bond shifts. Effect of substrates, leaving ground and the solvent polarity on the reactivity.

Unit-II
Aromatic Electrophilic Substitution The arenium ion mechanism, orientation and reactivity, energy profile diagrams, the ortho/para ratio, ipso attach, orientation in other ring systems – Quantitative treatment of reactivity in substrates and electrophiles – Diazonium coupling – Vilsmeir reaction, Gattermann - Koch reaction.

Aromatic Nucleophilic Sustitution The SNAr, SN1, benzyne and SRN1 mechanisms. Reactivity – effect of substrate structure, leaving group and attacking nuleophile. The von Richter, Sommelet – Hauser, and Smiles rearrangements.

Free Radical Reactions Types of free radical reactions, free radical substitution mechanism, mechanism at an aromatic substrate, neighbouring group assistance – Reactivity for aliphatic and aromatic sustrates at a bridgehead. Reactivity in the attacking radicals – The effect of solvents on ractivity. Allylic halogenation (NBS), oxidation of aldehydes to carboxylic acids auto-oxidation, coupling of alkynes and arylation of aromatic compounds by diazonium salts. Sandmeyer reaction. Free radical rearrangement. Hunsdiecker reaction.

Addition to Carbon – Carbon Multiple Bonds Mechanism and stereochemical aspects of addition reactions involving electrophies, nucleophiles and free radicals, regio – and chemoselectivity, orientation and reactivity. Addition to cyclopropane ring – Hydrogenation of double andtriple bonds, hydrogenation of aromatic rings. Hydroboration – Michael reaction – Sharpless asymmetric epoxidation.

Addition to Carbon – Hetero Multiple Bonds. Mechanism of metal Hydride reduction of saturated and unsaturated carbony1 compounds, acids, esters and nitriles. Addition of Grignard reagents,organozinc and organolithium reagents tocarbony1 and unsaturated carbony1 compounds. Witting reaction – Mechanism of condensation reactions involving enolates – Aldol, Knoevenagel, Claisen, Mannich, Benzoin, Perkin and Stobbe reactions.

Elimination Reactions The E2, E1 and E1CB mechanisms and their spectrum –Orientation of the double bond Reactivity – effect of substrate structures, attacking base, the leaving and the medium. Mechanism and orientation in pyrolytic elimination.

Unit-III
Pericyclic Reactions Molecular orbital symmetry, frontier orbitals of ethylene, 1, 3- butadiene, 1,3,5 – hexatriene and ally1 system. Classification of pericyclic reactions. Woodward – Hoffmann correlation diagrams. FMO and PMO approach. Electrocyclic reactions – conrotatory and disrotatory motions – antrafacial and suprafacial additions, 4n and 4n+2 systems, 2+2 addition of ketenes, 1,3 dipolar cycloadditions and chelotropic reactions. Sigmatropic rearrangements – suprafacial and antrafacial shifts of H, Sigmatropic shifts involving carbon moieties, 3,3 – and 5,5 – Sigmatropic rearrangements, Claisen, Cope and aza- Cope rearrangements. Fluxional tautomerism. Ene reaction.

Photochemical Reactions Interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matter, type of excitations, fate of excited molecule, quantum yield, transfer of excitation energy, actinometry.

Photochemistry of Alkenes : Intramolecular reactions of the olefinic bond – geometrical isomerism, cyclisation reactions, rearrangement of 1,4- and 1.5- dienes.

Photochemistry of Carbony1 Compounds : Intramolecular reactions of carbony1 compounds – saturated, cyclic and acyclic, β,γ-unsaturated and α, β- unsaturated compounds, cyclohexadienones.
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Photochemistry of Aromatic Compounds : Isomerisations, additions and substitutions.

Miscellaneous Photochemical Reactions: Photo-Fries reactions of anilides. Photo-Fries rearrangement. Barton reaction. Singlet molecular oxygen reactions. Photochemical formation of smog.

Unit-IV
Disconnection approach An introduction to synthons and synthetic equivalents, disconnection approach, functional group inter-conversion, the importance of the order of events in organic synthesis, one group C-X and two group C-X disconnections, chemoselectivity, reversal of polarity, cyclisation reaction and amine synthesis.

Protecting groups : Principle of protection of alcohol, amine, carbony1 and carboxy1 groups.

One group C-C disconnections Alcohols and carbony1 compounds, regioselectivity, Alkene synthesis, use of acetylenes and aliphatic nitro compounds in organic synthesis.

Two group C-C disconnection Diels – Alder reaction, 1.3 – difunctionalised compounds, α, β-unsaturated carbony1 compounds, control in carbony1 condensations, 1,5-difunctionalised compounds, Micheal addition and Robinson annelation.

Ring synthesis: Saturated heterocycles, synthesis of 3-, 4-, 5- and 6- membered rings, aromatic heterocycles in organic synthesis.

SECTION-B: ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
Unit-I Introduction to analytical chemistry and data processing Role of analytical chemistry, classification of analytical methods, types of instrumental analysis – Errors of analysis, classification, source and minimization of errors, absolute and relative errors, accuracy and precision, significant figures, mean value and deviation, average and standard deviation, median value, range, confidence intervals. Sampling in analysis. Definition, theory of sampling, technique of sampling, statistical criteria of good sampling, stratified sampling, transmission and storage of samples.


Environmental samples and their analyses Aquatic pollution: Inorganic, organic, pesticides, agricultural, industrial etc.-Water qualify parameters: dissolved oxygen, biochemical oxygen demand, solids, metals, content of chlorides, fluoride, sulfate, phosphate, nitrate. Analytical methods for measuring BOD, DO, COD, fluoride, nitrate (As, Cd, Cr, Hg, Pb, Se etc.)

Unit-II
Ultraviolet and Visible Spectroscopy Various electronic transitions, Beer-Lambert’s Law, effect of solvent on electronic transitions, ultraviolet bands for carbony1 compounds, unsaturated carbony1 compoiunds, dienes, conjugated polyenes. Fieser – Woodward rules for conjugated dienes and carbony1 compounds, ultraviolet spectra of aromatic compounds.

Infrared Spectroscopy Principles – Vibrational frequencies of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, aromatic compounds, alcohols, ethers, phenols, ary1 aminers. Detailed study of vibrational frequencies of carbony1 compounds (Ketones, aldehydes), esters, amides, acids, anhydrides, lactones, lactams and conjugated carbony1 compounds. H-bonding and solvent effect on vibrational frequencies, overtones, combination bands and Fermi resonance.

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Principles, chemical shift, spin-spin interaction, shielding mechanism, chemical shift values and correlation for protons bonded to carbon (Aliphatic, olefinic, enols, carboxylic acids, amines, amides & mercapto) chemical exchange, effect of deuteration, complex spin-spin interaction between two, three, four and five nuclei (first order spectra), virtual coupling. Stereochemistry, hindred rotation, Karplus curve-variation of coupling constant with dihedral angle. Simplification of complex spectra nuclear magnetic double resonance, chemical shift reagents, solvent effects.

Mass Spectrometry Principles, Ion production – EI, CI, FD and FAB – factors affecting fragmentation, ion analysis and abundance – Mass spectral fragmentation of organic compounds, common functional groups – Molecular ion peak – Metastable peak, Mc Lafferty rearrangement. Nitrogen rule – High resolution mass spectrometry – Examples of mass spectral fragmentation of simple organic compounds with respect to their structure determination. Problems relating to elucidation of structure of simple organic molecules using UV-VIS, IR, NMR and Mass spectral data.

Unit-III Solvent Extraction and ion exchange Solvent Extraction: Principles, classification of extraction, mechanism of extraction, extraction equilibria, techniques of extraction, applications in analytical chemistry. Ion exchange: Type of ion exchange resins, synthesis and characteristics of ion exchange resins, action of ion exchange resins, ion exchange equilibria, technique of ion exchange, application of ion exchange in analytical chemistry.

Chromatographic methods Basic principles and applications of chromatographic techniques (Paper, TLC, Ion Exchange, HPLC, GLC).

Spectroscopic methods Atomic adsorption spectroscopy : Principles and application of AAS in chemical analysis. Flame photometric methods : Principles – Interference in flame photometry – Application in quantitative analysis. Nephelometric method: Principle and applications in analysis.

X-ray diffraction method : Wiese indices, Miller indices, Laue method, Bragg’s law and applications in determination of crystal structure.

Unit-IV
Electron spin resonance Principles zero filed splitting and Kramer’s degeneracy, factors affecting the g value, hyperfine splitting and applications to sample radicals.

Thermal analytical methods Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) – Derivative Thermogravimetric analysis (DTG) – Applications of theromogravimetry. Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA) – Applications of differential thermal analysis in simultaneous TG-DTA curves. Thermogravimetric titration: Principle and applications.

Electroanalytical methods Classification of electro analytical methods – Principles and applications of voltammetry, cyclic voltammetry, anodic stripping voltammetry, Polarography, amperometry, coulometry, conductometry and ion selective electrodes.


Commerce PAPER-I
Unit I :
Business Environment Meaning and Elements of Business Environment; Economic Environment; Economic Planning; Competition Policy; Consumer Protection; Environment Protection; Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization; Industrial Policy; Industrial Growth.

Unit II :
Financial Accounting Accounting and Financial Accounting, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP); Accounting Standards; Accounting Equation and Financial Transactions; Books of Accounts; Bank Reconciliation Statement (BRS); Trial Balance & Errors; Financial Statements and their Analysis (Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Statement); Annual Financial Reports of a Company; Consignment and Joint Venture.

Unit III :
Cost and Management Accounting Cost Accounting and Management Accounting; Cost Classification, Analysis and Control; Statement of Costs; Methods of Costing (Job and Process Costing); Marginal Costing, Break-even Analysis and C-V-P Analysis; Activity Based Costing; Budgetary Control System and Variance Analysis; Responsibility Accounting and Segment Performance Analysis; Human Resources Accounting.

Unit IV :
Business Studies Forms of Business; Channels of Distribution; Business Risks and Insurance; Commercial Banks; Principles of Management, Scientific Management & Management Functions; Recruitment & Selection; Training & Development; Marketing Mix; Financial Planning; Fixed & Working Capital.

PAPER II
Unit I :
Business Statistics Data Sources & Tabulation and Analysis; Sampling, Need, Errors & Methods of Sampling; Analysis & Interpretation of Data; Measures of Central Tendency; Measures of Dispersion; Correlation & Regression; Hypothesis Testing; T-Test, F-Test, Z-Test & Chi-Square Test.

Unit II :
Business Mathematics Stock & Shares; Profit & Loss; Invoicing & Discounting of Bills of Exchange; Logarithms; Annuities & Interest Rates; Simple & Compound Interest; Set Theory and Functions; Matrices & Determinants; Differentiation & Integration; Permutation and Combination.


Unit III :
Business Management & Entrepreneurship Planning – Objective, Strategies, Planning Process, Decision Making; Organizing; Organizational Structure; Formal & Informal Organizations; Staffing; Motivation; Leadership; Communication; Controlling. Types of Entrepreneurs; Ownership Structure; Selection of an Appropriate Form of Ownership Structure; Factors affecting Entrepreneurial Growth; Institutional Support to Entrepreneur; Developing Entrepreneurial Competencies; Entrepreneurship Development Programmes; Venture Capital;

Unit IV :
Business Regulatory Framework & Financial Services Indian Contract Act, 1872; Sales of Goods Act, 1930; Special Contract Act – Indemnity & Guarantee, Bailment & Pledge, Contract of Agency; Partnership Act, 1932. Importance of Banking in Business; Reserve Bank of India; NABARD & Rural Banking; E-banking; Development Banking; Financial System in India; Nature & Scope of Financial Services; Merchant Banking; Leasing & Hire Purchase; Credit Rating; Credit & Debit Cards. Economics

PAPER – I
UNIT-I : Microeconomics : A critic of the cardinal approach, Indifference Curve Approach, Revealed Preference Approach, Laws of returns and returns to scale, Cost curves, Duality in production, Value determination under Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Discriminating Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition, Non-collusive oligopoly, Collusive oligopoly-cartel and price leadership, Profit maximization hypothesis vs. sales maximization hypothesis. Full cost pricing, Bain’s Limit Pricing Theory, Marginal Productivity Theory, Euler’s theorem,. Theories of rent, wage, interest and profit, Macro theories of distribution, General equilibrium (2X2X2) model, Efficiency of general equilibrium, Pareto welfare optimality, New welfare economics, Social Welfare Function.

UNIT-II:Money, Banking and International Trade : Quantity Theories of Money, Components of money supply, High-powered Money and Money Multiplier, Demand for money-Classical, Keynesian, Friedman’s, Baumol’s, Tobin’s approaches, Theories of Inflation-Demand-pull vs. Cost-push inflation, Trade-off and Non-Trade-off Phillips’ curves, Structuralist approach, Rational expectations hypothesis, Structure of interest rates-team structure of interest rates, Changing theories of commercial banking, Functions of central bank, Instruments of monetary policy, Effectiveness of monetary policy, Non-banking financial intermediaries, Pure Theories of International Trade, Theories of international trade, Terms of trade, Gains from trade, Trade under imperfect competition and increasing returns to scale, Optimum tariff, Theory of Customs Union, Balance of payments, Disequilibrium in balance of payments and methods of its adjustment, market for foreign exchange-equilibrium rate of exchange, Fixed vs. flexible rates of exchange, Monetary approach to balance of payments, IMF, World Bank WTO.


UNIT-III-
acroeconomics : National income and social accounting, Classical microeconomics, Keynesian macroeconomics, Theories of consumption functions, Marginal efficiency of investment, Accelerator theory of investment, static and dynamic multipliers-operation and policy implications, Keynesian theory of interest rate determination, Liquidity Trap and the policy implications, IS-LM model, Patinkin’s real balance effect, Keyens and Pigou effects, Open economy macroeconomics- Mundell-Fleming model, Theories of trade cycles- Hawtrey, Hayek, Keynes, Schumpeter, Samuelson, Hicks, kaldor approaches, Control of business cycles-relative effective efficacy of monetary and fiscal policies.

UNIT-IV
Public Economics : Normative approach to public finance, Optimal allocation of resources between public and private sectors, Private goods and Public goods, Externalities and market failure, merit goods, Downs’ Economics Theory of Democracy and vote maximization, Optimum provision of public goods, Voluntary exchange models, Contributions of Pigou-Dalton, Samuelson, Musgrave, Arrow’s impossibility theorem, Growth of public expenditure, Pure theory of public expenditure, Criteria for public investment-social cost-benefit analysis, Ability to pay approach, Theory of optimal taxation, Direct and indirect taxes, Excess burden of taxes, Neutrality and tax burden, Theory of tax incidence, Incidence of commodity and income taxes, Alternative concepts of incidence, A general theory of tax incidence, Burden of public debt Internal vs. external debt, Intergeneration equity, Public debt management, Debut redemption, Fiscal policy for stabilization, Built-in flexibility, Formula flexibility rules vs. discretionary stabilizers, Role of fiscal policy, Balanced budget multiplier and its policy implications.

UNIT-V:
Economics of Development, Planning and Environment : Determinants of economic development, Indexes of development, Factors affecting economic development, Models of growth- Classical model, Harrod-Domar model, Solow model, Robinson’s model, Kaldor’s model, Endogenous growth models, Vicious circle of poverty, Stages of economic growth, Growth with surplus labour- Lewis model, Theory of big push, Balanced vs. unbalanced growth, Critical minimum effort thesis, Dualism, Ranis-Fei model, Dependency theory of development, Forward and backward linkage hypothesis, Terms of trade between agriculture and industry, International trade and development, Export led growth, Investment criteria and choice of techniques, Intermediate technique vs. appropriate technique, Planning in a liberalized regime, Planning and economic development, Plan models- Feldman-Mahalanobis models, Democratic decentralization and indicative planning, Micro level planning, Environment economy interaction, Managing exhaustible and renewable resources, Sustainable development, Common property resources, Environmental Kuznets curve, Optimal level of pollution, Marketable pollution permits, Market achievement and optimal pollution, Coasian bargaining problem, Pigovian tax, Measurement of environmental values, Global environmental externalities, Climatic change and carbon tax.

PAPER-II
UNIT-I : Features of Indian Economy: Demographic features, Poverty, inequality and unemployment- their measurements and facing their challenges, Planning- priorities of planning, Five-Year Plans, Planning and resource mobilization, Planning for inclusive growth, Environment-mechanism for environmental regulation in India, environmental laws and their implementation, controlling water and air pollution, environmental resource management in India, Reforms in Indian economy- New Economic Policy, structural changes in India economy, challenges and issues of globalization of the Indian economy, Indian Public Finance- fiscal reforms in India, fiscal federalism in India, Finance Commissions, theory of grants.

UNIT-II:Indian Agriculture and Industries: New Agricultural Strategy, Farm size and land productivity, Land reforms, Agricultural finance, Agricultural marketing, Pricing of farm products, Cooperatives, Agribusinesses, Growth and pattern of industrialization in India, Problems of large and small scale industries in India, Industrial Policy Resolutions of the Government of India, Industrial finance, Foreign capital, Public enterprises- privatization and disinvestment debates, Special Economic Zones-relevance, major issues and achievements.

UNIT-III-Banking and Service Sectors of India: Structure of Indian financial sector, Broad features of Indian banking system, Banking and financial sector reforms in India, Policy issues in banking sector-non-performing asset problems, Microfinance institutions in India, Problems and prospects of microfinance, Reserve Bank of India, Techniques of monetary control, Monetary policy, Indian stock market- Primary and secondary markets, markets for derivatives- futures, options and other forms of derivatives, SEBI, Components of service sector of India including information sector and their growth profile.

UNIT-IV : Economic and Social Infrastructure of India: Transport- growth of transport sector, institutional arrangement, development of its sub-sectors-surface transport, air transport and water transport, Communication- communication systems in India, Indian telecom industry-competition, FDI flow, regulatory framework, Energy-forms of energy, energy resources and conservation, government policy, Education- structure of education delivery, finance for education, Education policy, Health- health care structure, rural and urban health infrastructure, Inter-state variation in health infrastructure, National Health Policy, Housing- rural and urban housing schemes in India, Millennium Development Goals and social sector of India.

UNIT-V : Indian External Sector: Structure and features of India’s foreign trade, Reforms in India’s external sector, EXIM Policy and FEMA, Balance of payments of India, Efforts for external balance, Global financial situation and India’s external sector, India and WTO.

Education PAPER-I Unit –I Relationship between Philosophy and Education, Western Schools of Philosophy and their educational implications – Existentialism, Perennialism and Reconstructionism, Contributions of Gandhi, Tagore, Sri Aurobindo, John Dewey and Rousseau to educational theory and practice; Indian Schools of Philosophy and their educational implications – Vedanta, Buddhisim and Jainism.

Unit-II Relationship between Sociology and Education, Concept of social change and factors influencing social change, Role of Education as an instrument of social change, Concept of Urbanization, Modernization and Westernization with reference to Indian society and their educational implications. Equalization of Educational opportunity; Education of social and economically disadvantaged sections of the society with reference to SC, ST and Women; Education and culture; Education and Values, Education and Democracy.

Unit-III Growth and Development – Concept and Difference between growth and Development, Principles of Development, Areas of development – Physical, Social and Emotional during childhood and adolescence; Piaget’s theory of cognitive development; Theories of Learning – Skinner’s operant condition, Bandura’s observational learning, Bloom’s Mastery Learning and Gagn’s Hierarchy of Learning; Intelligence – its concept and measurement of intelligence; Personality – its theories and assessment.

Unit-IV Education in medieval India – Aims of Education, Curriculum, Methods of Teaching, System of Admission, Role of Teacher, Medium of Instruction, Types of Educational Institutions; Merits and demerits of Medieval Education, Education in British India – Charter Act of 1813; Macaulay’s Minute – 1835; Wood’s Despatch – 1854; Hunter Commission Report – 1882; Sadler Commission - 1917; Hartog Committee Report – 1929 and Sargent’s Plan – 1944, National Policy on Education, 1986 and its Revised Policy, 1992.

Unit-V Meaning, Need, Scope and Purpose of Comparative Education; Basic factors of Comparative Education; Approaches to Comparative Education; Comparative study of Administration, Supervision and control of Education, Higher Education, Teacher Education and Distance and Continuing education with special reference to USA, UK and India.

Unit-VI Meaning, Nature and Scope of Educational Research; Need and purpose of Educational Research; Basic, Applied and Action Research, Formulation of Research problem – sources and criteria for identifying the problem; Review of related literature – Need, Source and Methods; Sampling – Meaning, Purpose and Methods of Selection – Random Sampling, Stratified Sampling, Cluster and Systematic Sampling; Major approaches to Research – Descriptive, Historical and Experimental.

Unit-VII Importance of Statistics in Educational Research; Descriptive and Inferential Statistics; Properties of Normal Probability Curve and its Applications; Significance of difference between means, ‘t’ test for independent and non-independent samples; One-way ANOVA, Chi-Square, Pearson coefficient of correlation, Bi-serial and Point bi-serial correlation. Unit-VIII Meaning and Scope of Teacher Education; Objectives of Teacher Education at elementary and secondary level; Development of Teacher Education in India, Pre-service Teacher Education – Aims, Objectives and Organizational structure, In-service Teacher Education – Need and agencies; Problems of Teacher Education, Qualitative Improvement of Teacher Education with reference to NCTE, Teacher Effectiveness – Meaning and Assessment.

PAPER-II

Unit – I Measurement and Assessment Process – Concept, Scope and Need, Norm-referenced and criterion referenced measurement, Function of Assessment, Basic Principles of Assessment, Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, Assessment, Principles of Test Construction and Standardization, Reliability, Validity and Objectivity, Trends in Assessment – Grading, Semester and Continuous Internal Assessment.

Unit – II Economics of Education – Concept, Scope and Significance, Education as Investment, Education and Economic Development, Cost-Benefit Analysis of Education, different types of costs of Education, Manpower Planning, Resources for Education – Role of Centre and State in financing education, Financing Education – theoretical conceptualization, Principles of Financing, Problems of financing education.

Unit-III Meaning, Nature, Scope and Significance of Educational Technology, Components of Educational Technology – Hardware and Software, Communication Process – Concept and components and theories of Communication Process, Programmed instruction, Computer assisted instruction, Personalised system of instruction, Micro Teaching, Team Teaching, System Approach in instructional process, Emerging trends in Educational Technology – Teleconference, CCTV, INSAT.

Unit-IV Concept and types of curriculum, Bases of curriculum – Philosophical, Sociological and Psychological, Factors affecting curriculum development, Conceptual framework for curriculum designing, representative curriculum design – Subject design, Discipline Design, Broad Fields Design – Learner centred Design, Experience Centre Design, Curriculum Evaluation – Meaning, Need and Importance, Models of Curriculum Evaluation.


Unit-V Educational Management – Meaning, Nature and Scope, Difference between Administration and Management, Leadership in Educational Management – Meaning, Nature and Styles of Leadership, Theories of Leadership, Measurement of leadership, Educational Planning – Meaning, Nature and Need, Approaches to Educational Planning, Types of Educational Planning, Problems of Educational Planning in India, Institutional Planning – Meaning, Nature, Scope and Steps

. Unit-VI Universalisation of Elementary Education – Problems and Issues, Alternatives to Formal Education – Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Rastriya Madhymik Siksha Abhijan, Right of children to free and compulsoty education, importance of Early Childhood Care and Education, Life-long Education, Distance Education, Environmental Education, Human Rights Education, Vocationalisation of Secondary Education, Family life Education and Adolescence Education – Approaches and Strategies, HIV and AIDS Education.

Unit-VII Meaning, Nature and Objectives of Guidance, Scope of Guidance, Types of Guidance – Educational, Vocational and Personal, Essentials of launching a guidance programme, Guidance services in Schools, Counseling – Meaning, nature and scope of counseling, Different types of counseling, Steps and Techniques of Counseling, Tools of Guidance – Interest Inventory, Attitude Scale and Intelligence Tests, Cumulative Record Card.

Unit-VIII Special Education – Concept, Nature, Objectives and types of Special Education, Education of Visually and Hearing Impaired, Characteristics, degree of impairment, Prevention and Educational Programmes, Mentally Retarded – Classification and remedial programmes, Learning Disable Children – characteristics, identification and educational programmes, Emotional Disturbances – meaning, classification, characteristics of emotionally disturbed children and role of education.


English PAPER-I The candidate shall answer questions from each Unit which are compulsory.

Unit-1 There shall be one question with a suitable alternative relating to major developments in English literature from Renaissance to the Age of Moderns from the following topics. i) Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama ii) Metaphysical Poetry iii) Restoration Drama iv) Augustan Satire v) Rise of the Novel in the Eighteenth Century vi) Romantic Poetry vii) Victorian Crisis and Compromise viii) Early and Later Victorian Novels ix) The Modernist Movement x) Modern Poetry xi) Modern Drama xii) Stream-of-Consciousness Novels

Unit – 2 The candidate shall answer four short-answer-type questions out of six relating to forms of literature. i) Lyric ii) Ballad iii) Ode iv) Sonnet v) Epic vi) Elegy, vii) Verse libre viii) Tragedy ix) Comedy x) Romantic Comedy xi) Revenge Tragedy xii) Comedy of Humours xiii) Comedy of Manners xiv) Heroic Tragedy xv) Thesis Play/Play of Ideas xvi) Poetic Drama xvii) Theatre of the Absurd xviii) Epic Theatre xix) Theatre of Cruelty xx) Expressionist Drama


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