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Old November 17th, 2012, 12:09 PM
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Sir I am looking to apply for the Odisha Public Service Commission Junior Lecturer so I need the Advertisement of the junior Lecturer so please can you give me the Advertisement and provide me the page where I can download the Advertisement?

As you want to know about OPSC Junior Lecturer Advertisement so now dates has been gone and there is not any new notification whenever it will be available I will provide you.

For you here I am giving you old Notification of OPSC:







Eligibility for OPSC Junior Lecturer:

Age Limit:
Minimum age is 21 years.
Maximum age is 32 years.

Educational Qualification:
Candidate must have a Master’s Degree in the concerned subject from a recognized University with at least 55% marks.

Syllabus:
General English:


The question paper in General English will be designed to test the candidate’s understanding of English and workmanlike use of words.The standard of questions of General English may be equal to Higher Secondary Level (+2 Level).

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.

Economics Syllabus

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-Tradeoff
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 exchangeequilibrium
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.
Attached Files
File Type: pdf OPSC Notification.pdf (1.59 MB, 50 views)

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Old November 17th, 2012, 12:59 PM
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Default Re: OPSC Junior Lecturer Advertisement

Odisha Public Service Commission is published the notification for the post of Junior Lecturer .

For this post you have to pass Master’s Degree in the concerned subject from a recognized University with at least 55 % of marks or its equivalent grade with a 2nd Class in the Bachelor’s Degree and a consistently good academic record; or Ph.D., D.Sc., D.Litt., M.Phil. & M.Litt. with at least 50% marks in Master’s Degree with a 2nd Class in the Bachelor’s Degree and a consistently good academic record .

For the complete details we are providing you a PDF file with it .
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