MP PET

MP PET 2011
Madhya Pradesh Pre-Engineering Test (PET) is conducted every year by Professional Examination Board, Madhya Pradesh for admission in various technical institutes in
Madhya Pradesh for admission in B.Tech,BE and B.Arch courses in various categories .

Eligibility:
The candidate should be a citizen of India and have studied in educational institutions in MP for at least three consecutive years. The candidate should have passed 12th or equivalent with at least 55% marks with with Physics, Chemistry, Maths and English from recognized University .The candidates going to appear in the final year exams are also eligible to apply. The upper age limit is 21 years.

Exam Pattern:
Question Type : Objective
Subjects: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry
Medium : English
Negative Marking : No

How to Apply: The candidates can get online application form on to the official website . Application fee required is Rs. 600/-(300/- for SC/ST) along with additional Rs.50/- (online service charges).

Syllabus:
Arithmatic :
Number Base System, BODMAS,Alligation Mixtures, Work, Pipes and Cisterns, Simple Interest,Compound Interest, Installment Payments, Clocks, Calendar, Ratios and Proportion, Ratios, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Averages, Percentages, Partnership, Time-Speed-Distance, Work and time, Number system, HCF, LCM, Geometric Progression, Arithmetic progression, Arithmetic mean, Geometric mean , Harmonic mean, Median, Mode, etc

Algebra :
Geometry (Lines, angles, Triangles, Spheres, Rectangles, Cube, Cone etc),Mensuration, Co-ordinate geometry , In-equations , Quadratic and linear equations, functions, Logarithm Geometry, Mensuration and solid Geometry, etc

Other :
Maxima-Minima Progression, Surds-Indices and Complex numbers, Set Theory, Venn Diagram, Probability, Permutations, Combinations,Binomial Expansion, etc.

Data Interpretation:
Line charts, Pie Chart, Graphs representing Area, Venn Diagram, Data Interpretation based on text, Data Interpretation based on graphs and tables. Graphs can be Column, graphs, Bar Graphs, Data Sufficiency etc.

Logical Reasoning:
Identifying next number in series ,Statements and conclusions, Cause and Effect, Identifying Probably true, Probably false, definitely true, definitely false kind of statement, Linear arrangements, Matrix arrangements, Puzzles, Critical reasoning, Visual reasoning, Assumption-Premise-Conclusion, Assertion and reasons, Statements and assumptions, identifying valid inferences , identifying Strong arguments and Weak arguments, Family tree problem , Symbol Based problems, Coding and decoding , Sequencing , etc.

English:
Sentence completion, Sentence correction, odd man out, idioms, one word substitution, Different usage of same word, Errors in word choice, mania & phobia, Incorrect words, Mood, Conditionals & Multiple Usage , Punctuation, Proverb, Phrasal verb, Comprehension of passage, Verbal Reasoning, Syllogisms , Contextual usage, Analogies, Antonyms, Fill In the Blanks, Jumbled paragraphs with 4 or 5 sentences, Foreign language words used in English, etc.

Tentative Dates:
Availability of Online Application forms : From second week of March to First week of April , 2012
Exam date : First week of May , 2012
Result : In the month of June , 2012

Exam Centres:
Satna
Mandsaur
Sagar
Rajgarh
Harda
Jabalpur
Sheopur
Chhatarpur
Morena
Alirajpur
Umaria
Dindori
Khargone
Datia
Raisen
Shivpuri
Hoshangabad
Anuppur
Katni
Neemuch
Sehore
Barwani
Narsinghpur
Dewas
Dhar
Balaghat
Damoh
Bhind
Mandla
Panna
Gwalior
Shahdol
Ujjain
Seoni
Guna
Indore
Vidisha.
Bhopal
Ratlam
Ashoknagar
Rewa
Tikamgarh
Singrauli
Shajapur
Sidhi
Betul
Burhanpur
Chhindwara
Khandwa

Reference Books:
Heat And Waves by H.C. Verma
Heat And Waves by Resnick And Halliday
Mechanics by H.C. Verma
Mechanics I.E. Irodov
O.P. Aggarwal
Parmar & Mp Chawla — Reaction Mechanism In Organic Chemistry
J.D. Lee– Concise Inorganic Chemistry
O.P. Aggarwal
Calculus And Analytic Geometry by Thomas And Finney
Coordinate Geometry by Loney
Calculus And Analytic Geometry by M.L. Khanna

Colleges Accepting the scores :
Govt. Polytechnic College,Dewas
Polytechnic College, DAMOH
Govt. Polytechnic College, DINDORI
Polytechnic College, JABALPUR
Govt. Polytechnic College, TIKAMGARH
Govt. Polytechnic College, BALAGHAT
Govt. Polytechnic College, BETUL
Women’s Govt Polytechnic College
Rewa Engineering College, Rewa
Ujjain Engineering College, Ujjain
Jabalpur Engineering College, Jabalpur
Govt. Polytechnic College, Shivpuri
Sardar Vallabh Bhai Polytechnic College Bhopal
Indra Gandhi Engineering College, Sagar
Govt. Women’s Polytechnic College Bhopal
Polytechnic College, Hoshangabad

Coaching Centres:
Akasah Institute
carries launcher
Resonance
rammayiah’s institute of Hyderabad
Brilliant Tutorials
Quest Tutorials Delhi
Matrix classes
bansal’s academy
Cambridge Classes, Udaipur
Future planet
FIITJEE
ALLEN Career Institute
Bright education centre
Dhakshina Educational service pvt ltd. Chennai
Om tutorials, Mumbai
Pie Education
Career Forum
Career Point Kota
Narayana IIT Academy

Contact Address
Director
Directorate of Technical Education (DTE)
Satpura Bhavan, IVth Floor,
Bhopal-462004

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Teri University Online Test

Teri University Online Test 2011
TERI University’s sources can be traced back to 1998, when it name ‘TERI School of Advanced Studies’ was founded. The School was after called as the TERI University on October 2006. Admissions to the postgraduate degree programmes in TERI University are generally advertised in the months of February or March yearly in best and famous newspapers and TERI University official website.

TERI University conducts an entrance exam for admission in various specializations of M.Sc program every year .

Courses Offered:
M.Sc. (Economics)
M.Sc. (Geoinformatics)
M.Sc. (Plant Biotechnology)
M.Sc. (Climate Science and Policy)
M.Sc. (Environmental Studies and Resource Management)

Exam Pattern:
Exam Mode: Online
Question Type: Objective
No. of Questions : 100
Duration: 1 Hour
Subjects: English language usage, Reasoning and Quantitative Ability
Negative marking: 1 mark

Eligibility:
The candidate should have Bachelors’ degree in
Engineering/Mathematics/economics/Science/Statistics/geography with 6.75 Grade Average Point on a 10 point scale from recognized university . There is a relaxation of 5% marks for the candidates having degree in Commerce/Geography/Economics. The candidate going to appear in the final year exam is also eligible to apply .

How to Apply :
Online Mode:
The candidates can apply online on to the official website . The fee payment for Rs.1200/- can be done through credit card or DD .

Offline Mode:
The candidate can download the application form from the official website . The candidates have to take a print out and fill the application form and send it to the University Registrars Office along with the DD of Rs/- 1450

The candidates can also get the application form by post by sending a requisition letter and a Demand Draft of Rs.1500/- to the Registrar of the university .

Tentative dates:
Application forms will be available from : 1st week of March , 2012
The application forms will be submitted till : 4th week of April , 2012
Exam date : in the month of May , 2012

Exam Centres:
Jaipur
Raipur
Nagpur
Haridwar
Patna
Lucknow
New Delhi
Panaji
Coimbatore
Hisar
Gwalior
Jamshedpur
Guwahati
Noida
Agra
Mumbai
Jodhpur
Pune
Kanpur
Chandigarh
Ahmedabad
Jabalpur
Faridabad
Mysore
Bhopal
Amritsar
Srinagar
Allahabad
Ludhiana
Ranchi
Indore
Hyderabad
Dharwad
Varanasi
Chennai
Kolkata
Thiruvanathapuram
Visakhapatnam
Shimla
Cochin
Baroda
Bangalore
Cuttack
Gurgaon
Bhubaneshwar
Dehradun

Colleges Accepting the scores:
TERI University, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi

Coaching Centres:
C.C.C Coaching Institute
Brilliant Tutorials
Pathfinder Academy
Lisas I.A.S
Gate Life Sciences Coaching at Lucknow by Ex-IITians
Trump and Gates
Tribe 21
Raos Jaiput IAS/RAS institute
Excellent Coaching Institute

Reference Books:
Pearson Guide To Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation For The Cat by Nishit K Sinha
Quantitative aptitude – Aptitude Question by R.S.Agarwal
Logical Reasoning: Test Preparation Study Guide, Questions & Answers by National Learning Corporation
Management Entrance Analytical & Logical Reasoning by BS Sijwali, Ajay Singh
McGraw-Hill’s ASVAB, Second Edition
Di and Ds by Arihant Prakashan
Author: Dr. Janet E. Wall, Janet E. Wall
Logical problems – Logical Reasoning by Shakuntala Devi
Di by Arun Sharma
How to Prepare for the Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for the CAT by Arun Sharma & Meenakshi Upadhyay

Contact Address
The Registrar
Teri University
Plot No. 10 Institutional Area
Vasant Kunj
New Delhi – 110 070 / India

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UPCMET Exam

UPCMET 2011
UPCMET is conducted by U.P. Unaided Medical Colleges Welfare Association for admission in MBBS program under the institutes in these consortiums. It’s a state level exam.

Eligibility:
The candidate must have passed 12th with at least 50% marks in English, Chemistry, Physics and biology form recognized university. The candidates going to appear in the final exam are also eligible . The minimum age required is 17 years .

How to Apply:
Online mode : The can get the online application form on to the official website . Fill the application form and submit the application form.
Offline mode: The candidates can also download the application form from the official website portal . The application booklet and application forms are also available at the selected banks of Oriental Bank or from the participating institutes.
You can also get the application form by post by sending a request letter along with a DD of Rs.1000/-.

Pattern:
Question Type: MCQ
Duration: 2 Hours
Negative Marking : No
Part I : Physics and Chemistry
Part II : Biology

Syllabus:
Physics
Description of Motion in Two and Three Dimensions
Description of Motion in One Dimension
Current Electricity
Atoms, Molecules and Nuclei
Ray Optics and Optical Instruments
Oscillations
Magnetism
Magnetic Effect of Currents
Laws of Motion
Introduction and Measurement
Heat and Thermodynamics
Gravitation
Electrostatics
Work, Energy and Power
Waves
Thermal and Chemical Effects of Currents
Electrons and Photons
Electromagnetic Waves
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
Solids and Semiconductor Devices
Rotational Motion

Chemistry
Classification of elements
Chemical thermodynamics
States of matter
Some basic principles of Organic Chemistry
Some basic concepts in Chemistry
Solutions
Solid state Chemistry
s-Block Elements
Redox reactions
purification and characterization of carbon compounds
Polymers
Hydrocarbons
Isolation of elements
Equilibrium
Environmental Chemistry
Electrochemistry
Chemical kinetics
Chemical energetic
Chemical bonding
Biomolecules
Atomic structure
Coordination compounds
The d-and f-Block elements
Surface chemistry
p-Block Elements
Organic compounds
Hydrogen

Biology
Growth and Movement in Plants
Structure and Function – Animals/Plants
Structure and Function – Plants
The Unit of Life; Structure and Function
Biology and Human Welfare
Biotechnology
Diversity
Ecology
Genetics and Evolution
Reproduction and Development in Humans

Tentative Dates :
Availability of Application forms: 13th February, 2012
Last date for submitting the application forms: 30th April, 2012
Exam Date: 30th May, 2012

Exam Centres:
Kolkata
Ghaziabad
Kanpur
Jaipur
Gorakhpur
Varanasi
New Delhi
Allahabad
Dehradun
Agra
Ranchi
Moradabad
Patna
Muzaffarnagar
Meerut
Bareilly
Lucknow
Chandigarh

Colleges accepting the scores:
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Subharti Medical College, Meerut (SMC)
Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Center, Kanpur
Hind Institute of Medical Sciences, Barabanki
Muzaffar Nagar Medical College Muzaffarnagar, MMC,
Sharda University School of Medical Science & Research, Greater Noida
Shri Ram Murti Smarak Institute of Medical Sciences, Bareilly (SRMSIMS)
Rohilkhand medical College, Bareilly (RMC),
Saraswathi Institute of Medical Sciences, Hapur
Coaching Centres:
Narayana IIt Academy
Oasis Education Services
DAMS
Hierank School of Competitions
Narayana
Akash Institutes
Akshar Academy
Brilliant Tutorials Pvt. Ltd.
Career Point

Reference Books:
HC Verma for Physics
Morrision Boyd for Organic Chemistry
NCERT- Physics Part 1 and Part 2
Peter Atkins and Julio de Paula for Physical Chemistry
MTG (Biology Today) CBSE PMT (Subscription)
NCERT- Chemistry Part 1 and Part 2
Concept of Competition Physics for CBSE PMT by Aggarwals
Dinesh Biology
Dinesh Chemistry
NCERT- Biology Part 1 and Part 2
Physics: CBSE PMT set of 3 Volumes by Anil Aggarwal

Contact Address
U.P. Unaided Medical Colleges Welfare Association
Regd. Office
First Floor,
Anand Ashram Complex,
Rampur Garden,
Bareilly – 243001 (U.P)

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PJET Puducherry Joint Entrance Test

Puducherry Joint Entrance Test (PJET)
PJET is conducted by Centralized Admission Committee (CENTAC), Government of Puducherry for admission in Government Degree colleges for the following Engineering and Medical degree courses:

Courses Offered:
M.B.B.S
B.Tech
B.D.S
B.V.Sc & Ah
B.Pharm
B.Sc (Nursing)
B.P.T
B.SC (MLT

Age Limit:
A candidate’s age should not be less than 17 years and more than 21 years in the fall of December 2011

Eligibility:
The candidate should have passed 10+2 or equivalent with at least 50% marks with Mathematics and Physics with Computer Science / Chemistry / Biology (Botany, Zoology) or Bio-Technology as subjects from recognized board.

Pattern:
No of papers : 3
Paper -I Mathematics : 60 questions
Paper, II Physical Sciences : 80 Questions(Physics 40 + Chemistry 40)
Paper III Biology : 100 Questions (Botany 50 + Zoology 50)
Duration: 2 Hours (Each)

How to Apply:
The candidate can get the application form on to the official website . The application forms are also available at the selected post offices against the payment of Rs/- 520( Rs/- 145 for SC/ST candidates ). The application forms are also obtained by sending a request letter to the Convenor, Centralised Admission Committee (CENTAC), Pondicherry Engineering College Campus, Puducherry, 605014

Tentative Dates :
Application forms will be available from : After fourth week of May , 2012
Last date for submitting the application forms : Last week of June , 2012
Exam date: In the month of June , 2012

Contact Details:
Centralized Admission Committee
Pondicherry Engineering College Campus,
Pillaichavady,
Puducherry – 605 014, India

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Courses in IP University

Courses in IP University
IP stands for Indraprastha University is a public, professional university situated in Delhi, India. Indraprastha University launched in 1998 as teaching cum-associating university which associates over than 120 colleges in Delhi-NCR and has fifteen schools and centres on its campus with one constitutional college

Courses In IP (Indraprastha University)
Graduate Programmes
B.Tech/M.Tech(Dual Degree) (IT)
B.Tech/M.Tech(Dual Degree) (CSE)
B.Tech/M.Tech(Dual Degree) (BT)
B.Tech/M.Tech(Dual Degree) (CE)
LL.B (Hons.) Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
Post Graduate Programmes
PG Diploma in Electronic Media (Weekend)
M.Tech (IT)
M.Tech. (CSE)
M.Tech. (CE)
M.Tech. (IT) Weekend
M.Tech (Engineering Physics)
MCA (SE)
M.Sc. (EM)
MBA
MBA (Weekend) Master of Business Administration (Weekend)
MBA (Banking & Insurance) (Weekend)
MBA (Real Estate) (Weekend)
LL. M.

Courses offered by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
affiliated institutes
Graduate Programmes
B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology)
BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)
BCA (Bachelor of Computer Applications)
B.Arch (Bachelor of Architecture)
BAC (Fashion and Apparel Design)
BPT (Bachelor of Physiotherapy)
BOT (Bachelor of Occupational Therapy)
B.Sc. (MLT)(BSc Medical Laboratory Technology)
B.Sc. (Hons.) (Nursing)
BASLP (Bachelor of Audiology Speech and Language Pathology)
B.Pharma (Bachelor of`Pharmacy)
BRT (Bachelor of Rehabiliation Therapy)
BHMCT (Bachelor of Hotel Management & Catering Technology)
BJ(MC)(Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication)
B.Ed.(Bachelor of Education)
LLB (Bachelor of Law)
BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
MBBS
Post-Graduate Programmes
M.Tech (Information Technology)
M.Tech (Very Large Scale Integration)
M.Tech (Computer Science & Engineering)
MCA (Master of Computer Applications)
Master of Business Administration [Software Enterprise Management]
MBA (Master of Business Administration)
Master in Conservation,Preservation & Heritage Management
Master In Archaeology & Heritage Management
Master in Human Resource Planning and Development(MHRPD)
MPT (Master of Physiotherapy)
M.A / M.Sc. (Criminology)
M. Sc. (Forensic Science)
Master of Prosthetics and Orthotics
Master in Public Health (Field Epidemiology) [MPH(PE)]
Master Occupational Therapy (Musculoskeletal)
Master Occupational Therapy (Neurology)
Master of Mass Media
Post Graduate Diploma in Disaster Preparedness and Rehabiliation

Address
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Kashmiri Gate,Delhi-110403
Phone : 23900104, 23900105

JEE Orissa

JEE Orissa 2011
Orissa Joint Entrance Examination is an entrance examination for admission in to a number of professional courses like engineering, medical, pharmacy, management, Computer applications, architecture, and hotel management etc in the professional colleges of Orissa. Orissa Joint Entrance Examination is taken by the state government of Orissa for selecting meritorious students to fill the vacant seats of various private and government colleges. Orissa JEE constitutes carried for all the seats in medical, B. Tech, B. Pharmacy, MBA, and MCA. For all the courses there will be a separate entrance test including B. Tech. It will contain questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. A large number of students appear in this entrance exam. Orissa JEE exam is conducted every year by taken by the state government of Orissa for various private and government colleges for admission in the following programs. The exam is also for lateral entry admission.

Eligibility
A candidate should have cleared or be looking in class 12th exams with Physics, Mathematics and one of the subjects from Chemistry / Biotechnology / Computer Science / Biology. Engineering Diploma Holders can also appear for the exam.

Courses:
Bachelor of technology (B. Tech)
Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharmacy)
MBBs/BDS
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Computer Applications(MCA)

Key Dates :
Availability of application forms: 10th Feb , 2012
Last date for selling the application form : 15th March , 2012
Last date for submitting the application forms: 22nd March , 2012
Online registration : From 15th March , 2012 to 15th March , 2012
Last date for receipting the conformation slip : 22nd March , 2012
Exam date : 6th May , 2012

Pattern:
Type: MCQ
Subjects: physics, chemistry and mathematics
Negative Marking: Yes

How to Apply:
The candidates can fill the online application forms on to the official website. The application forms can also obtained from the selected branches of Post Office / Syndicate Banks / State Bank of India and at OJEE – 2012 Office by the fee payment.

Government Colleges :
Orissa School of Mining Engineering, Koenjhar
University College of Engineering, Burla
College of Engineering & Technology, Bhubaneswar
Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology, Sarang

Syllabus
Mathematics:
Binomial theorem and its simple applications
Sequences and series
Limit, continuity and differentiability
Integral calculus
Differential equations
Statistics and probability
Trigonometry
Mathematical reasoning
Co-ordinate geometry
Three dimensional geometry
Sets, relations and functions
Complex numbers and quadratic equations
Matrices and determinants
Permutations and combinations
Mathematical induction
Vector algebra

Physics:
Dual nature of matter and radiation
Atoms and nuclei
Electronic devices
Communication systems
Physics and measurement
Kinematics
Laws of motion
Kinetic theory of gases
Oscillations and waves
Electrostatics
Current electricity
Magnetic effects of current and magnetism
Work, energy and power
Rotational motion
Gravitation
Properties of solids and liquids
Thermodynamics
Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents
Electromagnetic waves
Optics

Chemistry:
Block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals)
P – block elements: group – 13 to group 18 elements
Equilibrium
Redox reactions and electrochemistry
Chemical kinetics
Surface chemistry
Organic Compounds Containing Halogens
Organic compounds containing Oxygen
Classificaton of elements and periodicity in properties
General principles and processes of isolation of metals
Hydrogen
D – and f – block elements
Co-ordination compounds
Environmental chemistry
Purification and characterization of organic compounds
Some basic principles of organic chemistry
Hydrocarbons
Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
Polymers
Bio Molecules
Chemistry in everyday life
Some basic concepts in chemistry
States of matter
Atomic structure
Chemical bonding and molecular structure
Chemical thermodynamics
Solutions


Contact

Chairman
Joint Entrance Examination
2011, Orissa
JEE Complex, Gandamunda
P.O. Khandagiri, Dist: Khurda
Bhubaneswar – 751030, Orissa

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MBA Syllabus 1st Year Mumbai University

MBA Syllabus 1st Year Mumbai University

MBA Syllabus of Mumbai University 2011:-
First Year – I Semester:-
1. Perspective Management
2. Financial & Cost Accounting
3. Economic Environment of Business
4. Production Management
5. Individual & Organization
6. Statistics for Management
7. Legal Aspect of Business
8. IT for Management
9. Communication Skills
10. Marketing Management

First Year – II Semester:-
11. Managerial Economics
12. Management Accounting
13. Operations Research
14. Market Application & Practices
15. Financial Management
16. Human Resources Management
17. Taxation – Direct & Indirect
18. Research Methodology
19. Management Information Systems
20. Group and Organisational Effectiveness

Specialisations:-
Marketing
Finance
Personnel
Systems

Duration
2 Years

Course offered

MBA

Eligibility for Admission in MBA
The candidate should have passed any three year graduate degree from any recognized university and with minimum 50% marks in the aggregate
Appearing in final year in graduate degree candidate may also apply

Contact Address
Registrar
University of Mumbai
M.G. Road
Fort
Mumbai-400 032.

S.K. Patil Loan Scholarship

S.K. Patil Loan Scholarship 2011
Shri Brihad Bharatiya Samaj inviting applications from Engineering, Technology, Medicine and other professional degree candidates for the award of S.K. Patil Loan Scholarships for the year 2010. Candidates those planning to pursue their higher studies in abroad are eligible to apply. The scholarship is available to students who wish to pursue higher studies abroad in the fields of engineering, technology, medicine and other professional courses

Applicants should satisfy the following conditions:
a) They must possess a First Class degree with a recognized Indian University and have consistently First Class academic record right from SSC examination.
b) They must have secured admission, or should have at least applied for admission, in reputable foreign universities for courses commencing from September 2008 but not later than February 2009.
c) The age of students at the time of application should not be above 27 years.

Eligibility Conditions:
The candidate should have first class graduation degree from of a recognized Indian University. The candidate must have secured admission, or should have at least applied for admission, in reputed foreign universities for courses commencing from September 2011 but not later than February 2012. The upper age limit is 27 years . The candidates going to appear in the final degree exam are also eligible for exam .

How to Apply:
The candidate have to apply on a plane paper giving all details including the percentage of marks from S.S.C. along with a 25 cm x 18 cm self-addressed envelope with Rs.10/- postage stamps affixed should be sent to the following address before 14th May 2012 :

Address
S.R. Halbe,
Hon. Secretary,
Shri Brihad Bharatiya Samaj,
N.K. Mehta International House,
Behind LIC Yogakshema,
178, Backbay Reclamation, Mumbai – 400 020

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MDU M.Ed Syllabus

MDU MEd Syllabus 2011

Maharishi Dayanand University is one of the looked upon Universities that provide the professional degree courses to the aspiring candidates. The university is one of the top universities regarding these courses in northern India. Institute is approved by Government of India for providing professional courses. Institute is approved by AICTE, recognized by the state of Government of India. This university provides the 100% placement. The university also organize a yearly programs based on courses observed below and for the aspirants and their personality growth the institute has some programs to improve their personality and make their future bright.

Other Courses offered by the MDU:
• MBA
• MCA
• M.Sc
• BCA

Eligibility Criteria:
• Candidate must have completed 10+2 level from the recognized board to be eligible for under graduate course provided by the University.
• Candidate must have completed graduation with at least 60 % aggregate from the recognized University to be eligible for this course. However candidates who belong to the Reservation quota are offered a relaxation of ten percent for the above criterion.

Master of Education (MEd) Syllabus
Paper I : Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Education – I
UNIT – I
Philosophy and Education
a. Educational Philosophy – Meaning, Need, its Nature and Functions
b. Branches of Philosophy: Metaphysics, Epistemology and Axiology and their
Implications for Education; Philosophical Redirection of Educational Research in
Recent Times.
c. Need of Philosophical Foundations of Education

UNIT – II
Schools of Philosophy
a. Characteristics of Indian and Western Philosophy
b. Education as Conceived in Bhagwatgeeta and Upanishads and Reconstructionism,
c. Contributions to Educational Thought and Practice by Great Thinkers -Krishna Murthi
and Aristotle

UNIT – III
Education and Sociology
a. Relationship of Education and Sociology, Educational Sociology and Sociology of
Education
b. Origin of Society – Types of Society, Nature of Society, Social structures – Elements
of Social Structures, Types of Social Structure, Social Structure and Education. Social
Control and Social Change. Nature of Social Control and Social Change – Constraints
Education of Social change

UNIT – IV
Education for Sustainable Development and Peace
a. Education for Sustainable Development: Meaning, Dimensions and Principles of
Sustainable Development, Strategies of Sustainable Development(in brief), Role of
Education in Sustainable Development
b. Education for Peace: Meaning & Need of Peace and Role of Education for Maintaining
the Peace
c. Human Rights Education: Meaning and Need of Human Rights Education, Role of
Education with Reference to Human Rights

Paper I: Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Education – II

UNIT – I
Philosophy and Education
a) Relationship of Education and Philosophy, Difference between Educational
Philosophy and Philosophy of Education.
b) Epistemology and Education: Knowledge, Methods of acquiring valid Knowledge
with Special Reference to Positivist and Constructivist Approach.
c) Modern Concept of Philosophy: Analysis – Logical Empiricism & Positive Relativism
UNIT – II
Philosophies of Education
a. Humanism, Marxism and Islamic Traditions with Special Reference to the
Concept of Knowledge, Reality and Values and their Educational Implications.
b. National Values as Enshrined in the Indian Constitution and their Educational
Implications

UNIT – III
Trends in Education
a) Education and Modernization
b) Education and Politics
c) Education and Religion
d) Economy and Education-Impact of LPG (Liberalization, Privatization and
Globalization) on Education.

UNIT – IV
Sociology and Education
a) Education as related to Social Stratification and Social Mobility
b) Education and Democracy, Constitutional Provisions for Education;
Nationalism and Education; Education for National Integration and
International Understanding.
c) World Problems and Terrorism – its Causes, its Impact on Society and
Remedies through Education.

Paper II: Advanced Educational Psychology – I
UNIT-I

(a) (i) Meaning, Nature and Scope of Educational Psychology
(ii) Relevance of Educational Psychology for Theory and Practice of Education
(b) Individual Differences: Determinants, Role of Heredity & Environment,
Educational Implications

UNIT-II
(i) Methods of Educational Psychology
Observation
Experimental
Differential
Longitudinal
(ii) Indian Adolescent: His/Her Problems and their Management

UNIT-III
(a) (i) Concept of Growth and Development: Principles of Development
(ii) Physical Development during Childhood and Adolescence
(iii) Social Development during Childhood and Adolescence
(iv) Emotional Development during Childhood and Adolescence
(v) Piaget’s Genetic Epistemological Approach to Cognitive Development
(b) Stress and Strain during Adolescence and its Educational Implications

UNIT-IV
(a) Creativity
I. Meaning and Characteristics
II. Role of Teacher in Developing Creativity and Brain Storming
III. Theories of Creativity: Lombroso, Taylor’s Level Theory of Creativity, Psycho-
Analytical Theory of Creativity
(b) (i) Learning: Concept & Characteristics
(ii) Learning Theories: Pavlov’s Classical Conditioning Theory, Skinner’s Operant
Conditioning Theory.
(iii) Factors Affecting Learning: Personal, Environmental and Task related.

Paper II: Advanced Educational Psychology – II
UNIT-I

(a) Transfer of Learning: Concept, Types, Theories and Implications
(b) Behaviorist Cognitive Approaches to Learning: Tolman and Hull’s Theories, Gagne’s Hierarchy
of Learning
(c) Cognitive Approaches to Learning: Gestalt Viewpoint

UNIT-II
(a) Intelligence: Nature and Evaluation of the Concept
(b) Theories of Intelligence:
Spearman’s Two Factor Theory
Thurston’s Group Factor theory
Guilford’s SOI Model
Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence Theory
(c) Values of Intelligence Theories


UNIT-III

(a) Personality: Concept, Nature and Theories of Personality:
Cattle
Eysenck
Allport
Freud
(b) Adjustment: Concept & Nature
(i) Defence Mechanisms
(ii) Conflict Management

UNIT-IV
(a) Children with Special Needs
(i) Meaning and Characteristics
(ii) Needs and Problems
(iii) Special Measures for their Education
(b) Concept, Characteristics, Identification and Education of Children with Learning
Disability.

Paper III: Methodology of Educational Research and Statistics – I
UNIT – I

Nature and Scope of Educational Research
Scientific Method, Nature and Sources of Knowledge
Meaning, Nature, Need and Importance of Educational Research
Fundamental, Applied and Action Research
Areas of Educational Research
The Research Process

UNIT – II
Formulation of Research Problem
Sources of Identifying the Problem
Review of Related Literature: Importance and Various Sources including Internet.
Hypothesis: Concept, Types, Sources, Characteristics of a Good Hypothesis and
Formulation of Hypotheses
Sampling: Concept, Need, Steps, Types and Characteristics of Sampling.

UNIT – III
Descriptive Statistics
Types of Data, Graphical Representation of Data
Measures of Central Tendency: Mean, Median and Mode
Measures of Dispersion: Range, Quartile Deviation, Mean Deviation and Standard
Deviation.
Measures of Relative Positions: Percentile and Percentile Ranks.

UNIT – IV
Measures of Relationship and Normal Probability Curve
Rank Difference Correlation: Meaning, Assumptions, Computation and Uses.
Product Moment Correlation: Meaning, Assumptions, Computation and Uses.
Partial and Multiple Correlations: Meaning, Assumptions, Computation and Uses.
Normal Probability Curve: Meaning, Characteristics and Applications.

Paper III: Methodology of Educational Research and Statistics – II
UNIT – I

Tools and Techniques of Data Collection
Characteristics of a Good Research Tool
Questionnaire and Check List
Observations and Interview
Psychological Tests, Rating Scale and Attitude Scales

UNIT – II
Major Approaches to Research & Research Report
Descriptive Research
Historical Research
Experimental Research: Experimental Designs.
Qualitative Research: Concept and Scope
Writing of Research Report

UNIT – III
Inferential Statistics
Standard Error, Confidence Limits.
Levels of Significance and Null Hypothesis.
Significance of Difference Between Means: Z-Test & T-Test
One Way ANOVA: Concept, Assumptions, Computation and Uses.

UNIT – IV
Non-Parametric Tests
Chi-Square Test of Equality and Independence: Concept, Computation and Uses.
Median Test: Concept, Computation and Uses.
Sign Test: Concept, Computation and Uses.


Paper IV (Option i ): Educational Technology – I
UNIT – I

a) Educational Technology: Concept, Nature and Perspective.
b) Development of Educational Technology in Historical Perspective, Components of
Educational Technology: Psycho-Technology, Planning Technology, Management-
System Technology, ICT.

UNIT – II
a) Objectives: Differentiation and Derivation from Aims to Goals, General Objectives from
Goals and Instructional Objectives from General Objectives.
b) Formulating Instructional Objectives, Categorization of Objectives in Taxonomic
Categories of Cognitive, Affective and Psychomotor Domains.

UNIT – III
a) Teaching: Concept, Variables, Phases and Levels of Teaching: Memory, Understanding
and Reflective level.
b) Models of Teaching: i) Inductive Thinking Model,
ii) Mastery Learning Model,
iii) Non-directive Model.

UNIT – IV
a) Teacher Training Techniques: Simulated Teaching and Microteaching.
b) Observation of Classroom Interaction: Flanders Interaction Analysis: Concept,
Assumptions, Coding and Decoding Procedures

Paper IV (Option i ): Educational Technology – II
UNIT – I

a) Programmed Instructions : Concept, Historical Development, Theoretical Rationale of
Programming, Principles and Styles of Programmed Instruction.
b) Development of Linear Programme.

UNIT – II
Co-operative Learning
a) Concept, Salient Features, Criteria.
b) Pedagogy of Co-operative Learning
c) Relevance and Merits of Co-operative Learning.

UNIT – III
a) Multimedia- Concept, History, Benefits of Multimedia in the Classroom.
b) Computer Assisted Instruction.
c) Blended Learning

UNIT – IV
Evaluation in Teaching- Learning Process
a) Need, Concept and Characteristics of Evaluation.
b) Approaches to Evaluation
c) Purpose of Evaluation.

Paper IV (Option ii): Teacher Education – I
UNIT – I

Need, Concept and Scope of Teacher Education
Historical Development of Teacher Education with Special Emphasis on Kothari
Education Commission Report(1964-66)
National Policy on Education 1986 and 1992
National Curriculum Framework for Teacher Education (2009)

UNIT – II
Aims and Objectives of Teacher Education at
Elementary Level
Secondary Level
Higher Level
Role of NCERT and NCTE in Teacher Education

UNIT – III
Pre-Service Teacher Education
In-Service Teacher Education- Types of In-Service Courses for Teachers ( Orientation
and
Refresher Courses, Workshops, Seminars, Internship and Summer Institutes)
Agencies for In-Service Education- DIET, NCERT, NCTE, Academic Staff Colleges and
Extension Department

UNIT – IV
(A) Instructional Strategies in Teacher Education
Lecture Strategy
Panel Discussion
Brain Storming
Simulation
Action Research
(B) Distance Education and Teacher Education

Paper IV (Option ii): Teacher Education – II
UNIT – I

Modern System of Teacher Education
Concept of Profession, Teaching as a Profession
Future of Teaching as a Profession
Faculty Improvement Programme

UNIT – II
Committee of UGC on B.Ed Correspondence, 1994
Competency and Commitment based Teacher Education: Competencies Needed for
Emerging Role of Teachers in the 21st Century.
Performance Appraisal of Teachers
Preparing Teacher for Special Schools

UNIT – III
Implementation of Curricula of Teacher Education at Various Levels
Teacher’s Organizations
Teacher Education and other Institutions
Teacher Education in U.S.A, U.K and India

UNIT – IV
Areas of research in Teacher Education with Special Emphasis on:
Teaching Effectiveness
Criteria of Admission
Modification of Teacher Behaviour
School Effectiveness
Current Problems of Teacher Education and Practicing Schools


Paper IV (Option iii): Environmental Education – I
UNIT – I

a. Introduction to Environmental Education: Concept, Importance and Scope
b. Concept and Types of Ecosystem
c. Food Chain and Food Web

UNIT-II
a. Aims and Objective of Environmental Education
b. Guiding Principles and Foundations of Environmental Education

UNIT-III
a. Environmental Pollution: Air, Water, Soil and Noise and Radioactive Pollution
b. Extinction of Flora and Fauna, Deforestation and Soil Erosion
c. Importance of Environmental Conservation and Strategies for Environmental
Conservation

UNIT-IV
a. Meaning, Importance and Components of Responsible Environmental Behaviour
among Teachers and Students
b. Importance of Environmental Awareness, Environmental Attitude, Environmental
Sensitivity and Environmental Action Strategies for Teachers and Students

Paper IV (Option iii): Environmental Education – II
UNIT – I

a. Relationship between Man and Environment.
b. Effect of Man Made and Natural Disaster on Environment.
c. Role of Educational Institutions in Disaster Management.

UNIT-II
a. Features of Curriculum for Environment Education.
b. Special Nature of Curriculum on Environment Education.
c. Programmes of Environment Education for Primary, Secondary and Higher
Education Institutions.

UNIT-III
a. Interdisciplinary and Integration Approaches for Teaching Environment Education.
b. Methods of Teaching Environment Education, Discussion, Seminar, Workshop,
Dialogue, Problem Solving, Field Survey, Projects, Exhibition and Experimental
Learning.
c. Role of Media: Print, Films and T.V. for Imparting Environment Education.

UNIT-IV
a. Global Environment Problems: Global warming, Ozone Depletion, e-waste and
Population Explosion.
b. Waste Management: e-waste, Medical Waste, Nuclear Waste, Solid and Liquid
Waste.
c. Comparative Study of Environmental Projects from Various countries.

Paper IV (Option iv): Value Education and Human Rights – I
UNIT – I

Conceptual Framework of Value Education.
(i) Meaning, Nature and Scope of Value Education.
(ii) Objectives of Value Education.
(iii)Types-Competent, Instrumental, Terminal, Extrinsic and Intrinsic Values.
Importance of Value Education

UNIT – II
Content of Value Education and Culture
(i) Competency Based Values- Subject wise (Languages, Social Sciences, Science,
Maths etc.)
(ii) Co curricular Activity Based Values- Social, Moral, Aesthetic and Spiritual
Values
(iii) Human Values in the Context of Indian Culture and Constitution – Truth, Love,
Peace, Righteousness, Non- Violence etc.

UNIT – III
Conceptual Framework of Human Rights
(i) Meaning, Objectives, Nature and Scope of Human Rights
(ii) Content of Human Rights Education
(iii) Obstacles and Barriers in Implementing Human Rights.
(iv) Education as an Agency to Sensitize Students towards Human Rights

UNIT – IV
Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights: Nature and Sources.

Paper IV (Option iv): Value Education and Human Rights – II
UNIT – I

Approaches to Value Development
1. Psycho- Analytic Approach.
2. Learning Theory Approach Especially Social Learning Theory Approach.
3. Cognitive Development Approach

UNIT – II
Models of Value Development
(i) Value Analysis
(ii) Inquiry
(iii) Social Action

UNIT – III
Types and Agencies of Human Rights
(i) National and International Agencies of Human Rights
(ii) Role of NGO’s in Human Rights Education
(iii)Various types of Rights- Civil, Political, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

UNIT – IV
Child Rights in India and their Protection:
(i) Provisions in Schools
(ii) Teacher Preparation for Protecting Human Rights

Paper V (Option i): Special Education – I
UNIT – I

Concept of Exceptionality
The Concept of Positive, Negative and Multiple Deviations.
Exceptional Children: Meaning, Needs and Problems.
Causes Lying behind Exceptionality
Concept of Impairment, Disability and Handicap

UNIT – II
Nature of Special Education
Special Education: Concept, Nature, Objectives.
Historical Prospective of Special Education in India.
Continuum of Special Education Services.
Inclusive/Integrated Education : Meaning and Need.
National Policy for Person with Disabilities 2006 with reference to Inclusive Education

UNIT – III
Education of Mentally Retarded
Concept and Identification
Classification
Etiology
Educational Programmes for Trainable Mentally Retarded.
Educational Programmes for Educable Mentally Retarded.
Role of Regular/Resource/Itinerant Teacher

UNIT – IV
Education of Learning Disabled
Concept and Identification
Classification
Etiology
Educational and Intervention Programme
Role of Regular/Resource/Itinerant Teacher

Paper V (Option i): Special Education – II
UNIT – I

Education of Orthopedically Handicap
Concept and Identification
Classification
Characteristics
Etiology
Educational Provisions for Orthopedically Handicap

UNIT – II
Education of Visually Impaired
Concept and Identification
Classification
Etiology
Educational Provisions for Visually Impaired
Role of Regular/Resource/Itinerant Teacher


UNIT – III

Education of Hearing impaired
Concept and Identification
Classification
Etiology
Educational Provisions for Hearing Impaired.
Role of Regular/Resource/Itinerant Teacher

UNIT – IV
Autism and Cerebral Palsy
Concept and Identification
Classification
Etiology
Needs and Problems
Educational and Intervention Programme.
Role of Regular/Resource/Itinerant Teacher

Paper V (Option ii): Educational Administration and Management – I
UNIT – I

Meaning and nature of Educational Administration and Management:
1. Meaning and Scope
2. Basic Principles
3. Concepts, Administration V/s Management
4. Administrative Hierarchy

UNIT-2
Developmental Aspects in Educational Administration and Management:
1. Development before Independence
2. Development after Independence
3. Policy making at Central and State Level
4. Scientific Management (Taylorism)

UNIT-3
Administrative processes with special references to Educational Organizations:
1. Communication
2. Decision making
3. Organization Development and Compliance
4. Management By Objectives (MBO)
5. Organizational Change
6. Accountability


UNIT-4

a. Organizational Behaviour: wrt. Educational Institutions:
Motivation and Goal Realisation, Job Satisfaction, Relationships in Organizational Set
Up, Conflict Professionalism.
b. Leadership in Educational Organizations:
a) Meaning and Nature
b) Theories of Leadership & Their Relevance in Education
c) Styles of Leadership
d) Leadership Traits & Skills

Paper V (Option ii): Educational Administration and Management – II
UNIT – I

Administrative Authorities and Managing Bodies:
1. Administrative Hierarchy and Bureaucracy.
2. Governing Bodies of the Institutions.
3. Affiliating and Recognizing Bodies.
4. Assessment and Accreditation of Educational Institutions
5. Constitutional provisions, Centre-State Relations on Education.
6. Role of Private Enterprises, their Limitations and Remedial Measures.

Financing of Education:
1. Meaning & Importance.
2. Financing policy at Central, State and Local Levels.
3. Budgeting and preparation of Budget Estimates.
4. Problems & issues in Financing Education

UNIT – III
Educational Planning:
1. Meaning and Nature.
2. Approaches to Planning.
3. Institutional Planning.
4. Priority in Planning.

UNIT – IV
Performance appraisal and Total Quality Management in the Educational Organizational at
different level (including self appraisal)
Supervision and Feed Back

Paper V (Option iii): Computer Education – I
UNIT – I

1. Computer Basics
History of Computer
Types of Computer
Components of a Computer System
Flow Diagram of Computer
Inside the System Unit

UNIT – II
2. Operating System
Meaning of Operating System
Need and Types – Single User and Multi User

UNIT – III
3. Artificial Intelligence
Origin, Meaning and Application of Artificial Intelligence.
Artificial Intelligence and Education

UNIT – IV
4. Application Oriented Information
Introduction of Windows – MS Windows
Word Processing and its creation – MS Word

Paper V (Option iii): Computer Education – II
UNIT – I

1. Networking
Meaning of Networking
Types of Networking
Need for Networking
Use of Networking in Education

UNIT – II
2. Internet
Meaning of Internet
Internet Tools
E-mail
World Wide Web
Chats
Visiting Websites

UNIT – III
3. Application Oriented Information
Data Bases and its uses – MS Excel
Using Power Point for Creating and Manipulation of Presentation in
Classroom

UNIT – IV
4. Multimedia and its usage
Meaning of Multimedia
History of Multimedia
Elements of Multimedia
Applications of Multimedia
Use of Multimedia in Education

Paper V (Option iv): Curriculum Development – I
UNIT – I

Curriculum
a) Concept, Meaning and Need of Curriculum.
b) Difference between Curriculum and Syllabus, Basic Elements and their Relationship with
Curriculum.
c) Factors Influencing Curriculum.
d) Types and their Characteristics: Subject Centered and Learner Centered, Core and Integrated
Curriculum

UNIT – II
Philosophical, Sociological and Psychological Foundations of Curriculum
(a) Philosophical Theories and their Implications to Curriculum.
(b) Social Foundation of Curriculum-Culture through Curriculum, Social Change in India (with
special reference to the Impact of Science and Technology) and its Curricular Implications;
Nationalism and Development of a World Outlook and Curriculum
(c) Psychological Foundations of Curriculum: Psychology as a Curriculum Force; Implications
of the Principles of Learning (Only Central Principles of Associationistic and Field
Theories); Piaget’s Theory of Intellectual Development and Curriculum

UNIT – III
Curriculum Development
(a) Need and Scope for Curriculum Development, Characteristics of a Good Curriculum.
(b) Strategies of Curriculum Development.
(c) Guiding Principles for Curriculum Development

UNIT – IV
Models of Curriculum Development
• Hilda Taba 1962 Model
• Nicholls and Nicholls-1972 Model
• Willes and Bondi-1989 Model
(With special reference to Analysis of Needs, Selection of Objectives, Selection and
Organisation of Content and Learning, Experiences and Evaluation)

Paper V (Option iv): Curriculum Development – II
UNIT – I

Organization of Curriculum
(a) Organization by Subjects- Co-relation of different Subjects, Indian, Experiments on Basic
Education.
(b) Organization by Unit-Subject Matter Units, Experiences Units.
(c) Core Curriculum
(d) Activity Curriculum
(e) Interdisciplinary Curriculum

UNIT – II
Models of Curriculum
(a) Administrative
(b) Grass-root
(c) System Analysis
(d) Demonstration

UNIT – III
Curriculum Evaluation
(a) Importance of Evaluation of Curriculum,
(b)Models of Curriculum Evaluation,
(c)Interpretation of Evaluation Results and Method,
(d)Curriculum Research in India

UNIT – IV
Suggestions and Recommendation in Curriculum Development as per the
following commissions:
(a)University Education Commission, 1948
(b)Secondary Education Commission, 1952
(c)Education Commission, 1966
(d)National Policy of Education, 1986

Paper VI (Option i): Comparative Education – I
UNIT – I

a) Comparative Education: Meaning, Scope and Major Concepts of Comparative
Education.
b) Comparative Education – Factors and Approaches: Geographical, Economic,
Cultural, Philosophical, Sociological, Scientific, Historical, Ecological, Structural
and Functional factors – Cross Disciplinary Approach used in Comparative
Education

UNIT-II
a) Education Ladder of U.K., U.S.A. and India.
b) Elementary Education: Concept of Universalisation, its Implications for Indian
Education

UNIT-III
a) Primary Education in UK, U.S.A. and India (Aims, Content, Methods of Instruction
and Evaluation System).
b) Secondary Education in U.K. U.S.A. and India and its Vocationalisation

UNIT-IV
Problems prevailing in Developing Countries with Special Reference to India,
their Causes and Solution through Education: Poverty, Unemployment,
Population Explosion, Hunger, Terrorism, Casteism and Communalism,
Illiteracy, Beggary, Political Instability, Economic Under-Developments

Paper VI (Option i): Comparative Education – II
UNIT – I

1. Role of Comparative Education-Need and Importance of Comparative Education in
Globalized World.
2. Development Stages of Comparative Education.

UNIT-II
1. Higher Education in U.K., U.S.A. and India
2. Educational Administration in U.K., U.S.A., Australia and India
.

UNIT-III
1. Objectives of Education at each Stage and Curriculum in General in Australia.
2. Distance Education and Continuing Education in Australia and India.

UNIT-IV
1. Educational Problems at each Stage in U.S.A., U.K. and Australia.
2. Recent Trends and Innovations in Education of U.S.A.,U.K. and India

Paper VI (Option ii): Educational Measurement & Evaluation – I
UNIT – I

a) Concept of Measurement and Evaluation
b) Importance of Measurement and Evaluation, Types of Evaluation
c) Levels of Measurement

UNIT-II
a) Types of Achievement Tests- Essay and Objective Type Test
b) Standardized Tests and Teacher Made Tests
c) Steps in Standardization of Achievement Tests
d) Norm Referenced and Criterion Referenced Tests
e) Speed Tests v/s Power Test

UNIT-III
a) Characteristics of Measuring Tools:
Reliability- Meaning, Types and Factors Affecting Reliability.
Validity- Meaning, Types and Factors Affecting Validity.
Norms- Age, Grade Percentile, Standard Scores (T scores, C scores, Z
scores).

UNIT-IV
a) Significance of Statistics and Difference between Statistics (Mean only).
b) Analysis of Variance (one way and two way): Assumptions and Computation.

Paper VI (Option ii): Educational Measurement & Evaluation – II
UNIT – I

New Trends in Examination Reforms:
a) Grading System.
b) Semester System.
c) Continuous and Comprehensive Internal Assessment.
d) Question Banks.
e) Uses of Computers in Evaluation.
f) Formative and Summative Evaluation.

UNIT – II
Correlations: Assumptions and Computation of:
Biserial,
Point Biserial,
Tetrachoric,
Phi-Coefficient.

UNIT-III
I. Measurement of:
a) Aptitude
b) Attitude
II. Partial and Multiple Correlation- Meaning and Computation.

UNIT-IV
a) Regression and Prediction: Meaning and Computation of Linear Regression
Equation (one and two predictors only)
b) Elementary Factor Analysis: Meaning, Centroid Method of Extracting Factors
(two factors only), Interpretation of Factors.

Paper VI (Option iii): Guidance and Counselling – I
UNIT – I

a) Concept, Purpose, Assumptions, Need and Principles of Guidance.
b) Concept, Purpose, Assumptions, Need and Principles of Counselling.
c) Individual and Group Counselling

UNIT – II
a) Educational Guidance with Special Emphasis on Under Achievers and Drop-outs.
b) Personal Guidance with Special Emphasis on Problems of Adolescents related with
Family and School.
c) Social Guidance – Meaning, Objectives, Need and Functions of Social Guidance.

UNIT – III
a) Organization of Guidance Services at various levels of Education
(Elementary/Secondary/Senior Secondary/College)
b) Problems of Organizing Guidance Services in India.

UNIT – IV
a) Characteristics of a Good Test. Importance of Psychological Testing.
b) Intelligence, Personality, Aptitude and Interest Tests for Student Appraisal

Paper VI (Option iii): Guidance and Counselling – II
UNIT – I
a) Counsellor-Characteristics, Functions and Ethics.
b) Skills of Counselling-Building Trust, Listening, Observation and Empathy.
c) Approaches to Counselling : Directive, Non-directive and Eclectic Counselling.

UNIT – II
Theories of Counselling
a) Freud’s Psychoanalytic
b) Behaviouristic
c) Gestalt

UNIT – III
a) Importance of Non-Testing Techniques for Student Appraisal
b) Theories of Vocational Guidance-Ginzberg Theory, Holland’s Theory and Super’s
Vocational Choice Theory

UNIT – IV
a) Occupational Information : Meaning and Need
b) Methods of Imparting Occupational Information
c) Sources of Occupational Information
d) Recent Trends of Guidance and Counselling in India

Paper VI (Option iv): Distance Education – I
UNIT – I
Distance Education and its Development
(i) Concept of Distance Education
(ii) Scope of Distance Education
(iii) Need and Features of Distance Education
(iv) Historical Development of Distance Education

UNIT – II
Mass Media in Distance Education
Print and Non-Print Media
Audio-Visual Computer based Media
Learning through Media

UNIT – III
Teaching at a Distance
Distance Educators
Design and Preparation of Self Learning Material
Editing in Self-Learning Material

UNIT – IV
Learning at a Distance
Distance Learners and their Possible Problems
Student Support Services in Distance Education and their Management
Self Learning

Paper VI (Option iv): Distance Education – II
UNIT – I
Counselling in Distance Education
Concept of Counselling in Distance Eduction
Importance of Counselling in Distance Education
Categories of Counselling
Media of Counselling

UNIT-II
Quality Enhancement in Distance Education
Quality Assurance of Distance Education
Professional Training in Distance Education
Mechanisms for Maintenance of Standards in Education

UNIT-III
Management of Distance Education System
Institutional Structure and Management
Management of Sub-systems
Management Information System
Management Issues

UNIT-IV
Programme Evaluation
Evaluation in Distance Education
Evaluation of Distance Education Programmes
Evaluation Perspective
Cost Analysis in Distance Education

PAPER – VII : DISSERTATION
PAPER – VIII : FIELD WORK

Contact details:
Janak puri
C-1/121, Near Mata Chanan Devi Hospital
Janakpuri, Delhi

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Aerospace College in Dehradun

Aerospace College in Dehradun 2011

Indian Institute of Aeronautical Engineering (IIAE) was commenced 1992 in Dehradun (Uttarakhand). Indian Institute of Aeronautical Engineering is registered with office of Sub Registrar; Government of India, New Delhi. IIAE add academic preparation through conduct of regular theoretical classes and practical training at its possessing campus located adjacent to Dehradun International Airport, Dehradun.

Courses offered:
B. Engg (Honors Degree) In Aircraft Engineering
(Duration: 4 & 1/2 years)

B. Engg. Degree in Aircraft Engineering
(DURATION: 3 & 1/2 years)

Bachelor Degree in Aeronautical Engineering
(Duration: 5 years)

Bachelor Degree in Aerospace and Rocket Engineering
(Duration: 5 years)

Advance Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance
(Duration: 3 years)

Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering
(Duration: 3 years)

Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering
(Duration: 3 years)

Admission Process
The admission process in Indian Institute of Aeronautical Engineering is performed according to the norms and conditions of the institution. The candidates can apply by the way of online and offline applications. The attested copies of 10+2 certificates should be attached with the application form. Also in columns in the application form regarding fitness, a doctor certificate is required. Passport size photographs should also be enclosed along with the application form.

IIAE is inviting the applications for the following positions form 15th July , 2012 except business manager post.
Busness Devloment Manager (Female)-01
Eligibility: Graduate/ MBA (Marketing)
Secretary(Female)-1
Eligibility: MBA(HR)
Instructor-Avionics/Inst-01
Eligibility: AME with relevant subject
Lecturer-1 each
Eligibility: B.Tech/B.E(Aerospace/Aero) AMAeSI(Mechanica/Avionic).

Mess Incharge/Adm officer
Eligibility: Ex-Airforce/Army Personnel should know van driving.

The eligible candidates can forward their resume to
info@iiaedehradun.org
iiaedehradun@gmail.com

The candidates can also send it to :
Dr.M.Kumar,
Director,
IIAE,
C-66, Sector-2,
Keshar Singh Marg,
Defence Colony,
Dehradun-248001,
Uttarakhand, India
Mobile:09997307530

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Defence Colony,
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