About GSET 2019

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara has released the answer key of GSET exam in online mode at its official website. Candidates can check the answer key with registration ID and reference number. Earlier notification of GSET was released on  November 4, 2019 in online mode. Last date to fill application form was November 30, 2019. Commission as conducted Gujarat State Eligibility Test (GSET) on December 29, 2019 for determining the eligibility of Gujarat state’s candidates for Assistant Professor in universities and colleges of Gujarat State. GSET is conducted in 23 subjects at 11 Centres spread across Gujarat state. Result of GSET 2019 will be declared in the first week of February, 2020.

Frequency: Vacancy Based
Languages English, Gujarati
Conducting Body: The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
Duration 3 Hours

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GSET 2019 Important Dates

Past Dates and Events

30 Dec, 2019 - 15 Jan, 2020

Answer Key | Mode: Online

29 Dec, 2019

Exam | Mode: Offline

23 Dec, 2019

Admit Card | Mode: Online

04 Nov, 2019 - 30 Nov, 2019

Application | Mode: Online

04 Nov, 2019

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GSET 2019 Eligibility Criteria

According to the eligibility criteria of GSET 2019, candidates must have completed their Masters degree specified by UGC. Those studying in final year Masters programme can also apply. Candidates must have obtained a minimum of 55% of marks (General category) and 50% (for reserved category) in their Master Degree in Science, Humanities (including languages) and Social Science, Computer Science & Applications. OR equivalent examination from universities/institutions recognised by UGC can apply for GSET.

Candidates pursuing their final degree examination must complete their Master’s degree examination within two years from the date of declaration of result of GSET Examination with required percentage of marks, failing which they will be treated as disqualified.

Those belonging to the third gender or Transgender will also get the same relaxation as SC/ST/PWD(PH/VH) categories. The PhD degree holders shall be eligible for a relaxation of 5% in aggregate marks (i.e., from 55% to 50%) for appearing in the GSET examination.

GSET 2019 Application Process

Mode of Application : Online

Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Credit Card | Debit Card

Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara is expected very soon. Candidates will have to register online and pay the application fee. Where the last date to pay the application of GSET 2019 will be in the second week of may, candidates will get a day more to register themselves online for the exam. The application process is completely online. The application fee is Rs.800 for General / SEBC (Non-creamy layer) Candidates and Rs.700 for SC / ST / PWD (PH/VH) / Transgender Candidates. Candidate has to visit the State Bank of India website for fee payment. Examination fee can be paid only through online mode by Net Banking / Credit Card / Debit Card using SB Collect facility of State Bank of India at the following link on State Bank of India website.

Application Fees

Category Quota Mode Gender Amount
General, OBC Online Male, Female ₹ 800
SC, ST Online Male, Female ₹ 700
General, ST, SC, OBC Online Transgender ₹ 700

GSET 2019 Syllabus

GSET Paper 1 Syllabus

Reasoning ability
Divergent thinking
General awareness

GSET Paper 2 Syllabus

Chemical sciences
Inorganic chemistry
Physical chemistry
Organic chemistry
Interdisciplinary topics
Earth Sciences
PAPER I (PART B) The Earth and the solar system
PAPER I (PART B) Earth materials, surface features and processes
PAPER I (PART B) Interior of the Earth, deformation and tectonics
PAPER I (PART B) Oceans and atmosphere
PAPER I (PART B) Environmental Earth Sciences
PAPER I (PART C) I. Geology
II. Physical Geography
III. Geophysics
(IV) Meteorology
Life sciences
Molecules and their interaction relevant to biology
Cellular organization
Fundamental processes
Cell communication and cell signaling
Developmental biology
System physiology - plant
System physiology - animal
Inheritance biology
Diversity of life forms
Ecological principles
Evolution and behaviour
Applied biology
Methods in biology
Mathematical sciences
Unit -1- Analysis
Unit -1- Linear Algebra
Unit -2 - Complex analysis
Unit -2 - Algebra
Unit -2 - Topology
Unit -3 - Ordinary differential equations (odes)
Unit -3 -Partial differential equations (pdes)
Unit -3 -Numerical analysis
Unit -3 -Calculus of variations
Unit -3 -Linear integral equations
Unit -3 -Classical Mechanics
Unit -4-Descriptive statistics, exploratory data analysis
Physical Sciences - Part 'A' Core
Mathematical methods of physics
Classical mechanics
Electromagnetic theory
Quantum mechanics
Thermodynamic and statistical physics
Electronics and experimental methods
Physical Sciences - Part 'B' Advanced
Mathematical methods of physics
Classical mechanics
Electromagnetic theory
Quantum mechanics
Thermodynamic and statistical physics
Electronics and experimental methods
Atomic & Molecular Physics
Condensed matter physics
Nuclear and particle physics
Unit - 1: Vedic-literature
Unit - 2: Specific study of Vedic literature
Unit - 3: Darśana
Unit - 4: Darśana literature
Unit - 5: Grammar and linguistics
Unit - 6: Specific study of grammar
Unit - 7: Sanskrit literature, poetics and prosody
Unit - VIII (b) Specific study of the following
Purāṇetihāsa, dharmaśāstra and epigraphy
Unit - X (b) Specific study of the following
Unit - 1 : Negotiating the sources
Unit - 1 : Pastoralism and food production
Unit - 1 : Indus/Harappa civilization
Unit - 1 : Vedic and later Vedic periods
Unit - 1 : Expansion of state system
Unit - 2 : From state to empire
Unit - 2 : Dissolution of empire and emergence of regional powers
Unit - 2 : Gupta Vakataka age
Unit - 2 : Harsha and his times
Unit - 2 : Salankayanas and Visnukundins in Andhradesa
Unit - 3 : Emergence of regional kingdoms
Unit - 3 : Kingdoms in south India
Unit - 3 : Kingdoms in eastern India
Unit - 3 : Kingdoms in western India
Unit - 3 : Kingdoms in north India
Unit - 3 : Characteristics of early medieval India
Unit - 3 : Agrarian economy
Unit - 3 : Trade and urbanization
Unit - 3 : Growth of brahminical religions
Unit - 3 : Society
Unit - 3 : Education and educational institutions
Unit - 3 : Debates of state formation in early medieval India
Unit - 3 : Arab contracts
Unit - 4 : Source of medieval Indian History
Unit - 4 : Political developments
Unit - 4 : Foundation of the Mughal empire
Unit - 4 : Later Mughals and disintegration of the Mughal empire
Unit - 4 : The Vijayanagara and the bahmanis - Deccan sultanate
Unit - 4 : Rise of the Marathas & the foundation of swaraj by Shivaji
Unit - 5 : Administration & economy
Unit - 5 : Sher shah’s administrative reforms
Unit - 5 : Administrative system in the Deccan
Unit - 5 : Frontier policies under Delhi sultanate and Mughals
Unit - 5 : Inter-state relations during the sultanate and the Mughals
Unit - 5 : Agricultural production and irrigation system
Unit - 5 : Industries
Unit - 5 : Trade and commerce –
Unit - 5 : Hundi
Unit - 6 : Society and culture
Unit - 6 : The Sufis
Unit - 6 : Bhakti movement
Unit - 6 : The saints of the medieval period
Unit - 6 : The Sikh movement
Unit - 6 : Social classification
Unit - 6 : Rural society
Unit - 6 : Position of women
Unit - 6 : Development of education
Unit - 6 : Fine arts
Unit - 6 : Art and architecture
Unit - 6 : Indo-Arabic architecture
Unit - 7 : Sources of modern Indian History
Unit - 7 : Rise of British power
Unit - 7 : Establishment and expansion of British dominion in India
Unit - 7 : British relations with principal Indian states –
Unit - 7 : Revolt of 1857, causes, nature and impact
Unit - 7 : Administration of the company and the crown
Unit - 7 : Paramountcy
Unit - 7 : Local self-government
Unit - 7 : Constitutional changes
Unit - 8 : Colonial economy
Unit - 8 : Expansion and commercialization of agriculture
Unit - 8 : Decline of industries
Unit - 8 : British industrial policy;
Unit - 8 : Monetary policy
Unit - 8 : Growth of new urban centers
Unit - 8 : Famines, epidemics and the government policy
Unit - 8 : Tribal and peasant movements
Unit - 8 : Indian society in transition
Unit - 8 : The new education
Unit - 8 : Indian renaissance
Unit - 8 : Women’s question
Unit - 8 : The printing press
Unit - 8 : Modernisation of Indian languages and literary forms
Unit - 9 : Rise of Indian nationalism
Unit - 9 : Birth of Indian National Congress
Unit - 9 : Swadeshi and swaraj
Unit - 9 : Gandhian mass movements
Unit - 9 : Left wing politics
Unit - 9 : Depressed class movement
Unit - 9 : Communal politics
Unit - 9 : Towards independence and partition
Unit - 9 : India after independence
Unit - 9 : B.R. Ambedkar
Unit - 9 : The structure of bureaucracy
Unit - 9 : New education policy
Unit - 9 : Economic policies and the planning process
Unit - 9 : Linguistic reorganization of states
Unit - 9 : Foreign policy initiatives
Unit - 10 : Historical method
Unit - 1 : Sociological theory
Unit - 2 : Research methodology and methods
Unit - 3 : Basic concepts and institutions
Unit - 4 : Rural and urban transformations
Unit - 5 : State, politics and development
Unit - 6 : Economy and society
Unit - 7 : Environment and society
Unit - 8 : Family, marriage and kinship
Unit - 9 : Science, technology and society
Unit - 10 : Culture and symbolic transformations
Unit - 1 : Micro economics
Unit - 2 : Macro economics
Unit - 3 : Statistics and econometrics
Unit - 4 : Mathematical economics
Unit - 5 : International economics
Unit - 6 : Public economics
Unit - 7 : Money and banking
Unit - 8 : Growth and development economics
Unit - 9 : Environmental economics and demography
Unit - 10 : Indian economy
Political science
Unit - 1 : Political theory
Unit - 2 : Political thought
Unit - 3 : Indian political thought
Unit - 4 : Comparative political analysis
Unit - 5 : International relations
Unit - 6 : India’s foreign policy
Unit - 7 : Political institutions in India
Unit - 8 : Political processes in India
Unit - 9 : Public administration
Unit - 10 : Governance and public policy in India
General paper on Teaching & Research Aptitude
Unit - 1 : Teaching Aptitude
Unit - 2 : Research Aptitude
Unit -3 : Comprehension
Unit - 4 : Communication
Unit - 5 : Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude
Unit - 6 : Logical Reasoning
Unit - 7 : Data Interpretation
Unit - 8 : Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
Unit - 9 : People, Development and Environment
Unit - 10 : Higher Education System
Unit - 1 : Educational studies
Unit - 2 : History, politics and economics of education
Unit - 3 : Learner and learning process
Unit - 4 : Teacher education
Unit - 5 : Curriculum studies
Unit - 6 : Research in education
Unit - 7 : Pedagogy, andragogy and assessment
Unit - 8 : Technology in/ for education
Unit - 9 : Educational management, administration and leadership
Unit - 10 : Inclusive education
Emergence of Psychology
Research methodology and statistics
Psychological testing
Biological basis of behavior
Attention, perception, learning, memory and forgetting
Thinking, intelligence and creativity
Personality, motivation, emotion, stress and coping
Social psychology
Human development and interventions
Emerging areas
Library and information science
Unit -I: Data, information, knowledge and wisdom
Unit -I: Information life cycle - generation, collection, storage and dissemination
Unit -I:Role of information in planning, management, socio-economic, cultural, educational and technological development
Unit -I:Information Science - relationship with other subjects, information society and knowledge society
Unit -I:Communication – concept, types, theories, models, channels and barriers; trends in scholarly communication
Unit -I:Information industry - generators, providers and intermediaries.
Unit -I:IPR and legal issues - categories, conventions, treaties, laws
Unit -I:Plagiarism: concept and types
Unit -I:Right to information act (RTI), information technology act
Unit -I: National knowledge commission; national mission on libraries
Unit-II: Historical development of libraries in India, committees and commissions on libraries in India
Unit-II: Types of libraries – academic, public, special and national
Unit-II: Library legislation and library acts in indian states; the press and registration of books act; the delivery of books and newspapers (public libraries) act
Unit-II: Laws of Library Science
Unit-II: Library and Information Science profession - librarianship as a profession, professional skills and competences; professional ethics
Unit-II: Professional associations -National – ILA, IASLIC, IATLIS; International – IFLA,ALA, CILIP, ASLIB, SLA; role of UGC, RRRLF and UNESCO in promotion and development of libraries
Unit-II: Library and Information Science education in india
Unit-II: Library public relations and extension activities
Unit-II:Type of users - user studies, user education
Unit-II: Information literacy - areas, standards, types and models; trends in information literacy
Unit-III: Information sources - nature, characteristics, types and formats.
Unit-III: Sources of information - primary, secondary and tertiary; documentary and non-documentary
Unit-III: Primary information sources (print and electronic) - journals, conference proceedings, patents, standards, theses & dissertations, trade literature.
Unit-III: Secondary information sources (print and electronic) - dictionaries, encyclopedias, bibliographies, indexing & abstracting, statistical sources, handbooks and manuals
Unit-III: Tertiary information sources (print and electronic)- directories, yearbooks, almanacs
Unit-III: Reference sources - bibliographical, biographical, educational, language and geographical
Unit-III: Electronic information resources - subject gateways, web portals, bulletin boards, discussion forums /groups
Unit-III: Databases: bibliographic, numeric, full text, multimedia; open access databases
Unit-III: Institutional and human resources
Unit-III: Evaluation of reference sources and web resources
Unit-IV: Community information services
Unit-IV: Reference service – concept and types; referral services
Unit-IV: Alerting services - cas, sdi, inter library loan and document delivery
Unit-IV: Mobile based library services and tools – mobile opac, mobile databases, mobile library website, library apps, mobile library instructions, augmented reality, sms alerts, geo-location, reference enquiry
Unit-IV: Web 2.0 and 3.0 - library 2.0- concept, characteristics, components; instant messaging, rss feeds, podcasts, vodcasts, ask a librarian
Unit-IV: Collaborative services- social networks, academics social networks, social tagging, social bookmarking
Unit-IV: Web – scale discovery services
Unit-IV: National information systems and networks: niscair, desidoc, sendoc, envis, inflibnet, delnet, nicnet, ernet, national knowledge network (nkn), biotechnology information system network
Unit-IV: International information systems and networks: INIS, AGRIS, INSPEC, MEDLARS, BIOSIS, ERIC, Patent Information System (PIS), Biotechnology Information System (BIS)
Unit-IV: Library resource sharing and library consortia – national and international
Unit-V: Universe of knowledge - nature and attributes; modes of formation of subjects
Unit-V: Knowledge organization - classification – theories, cannons, and principles; simple knowledge organization system (skos), taxonomies, folksonomy, trends in classification
Unit-V: Mapping of subjects in library classification schemes – DDC, UDC and CC.
Unit-V: Knowledge organization: cataloguing - cannons and principles; centralized and co-operative catalogue; library cataloguing codes: CCC and AACR - II
Unit-V: Standards of bibliographic record formats and description – ISBD, marc 21, CCF, RDA, FRBR, bibframe
Unit-V: Standards for bibliographic information interchange & communication – ISO 2709, Z39.50, Z39.71
Unit-V: Metadata standards: Dublin core; MARC21, METS, MODES, EAD
Unit-V: Indexing systems and techniques: assigned - pre-coordinate; post-coordinate; derived- title-based; vocabulary control
Unit-V: Abstracting – types and guidelines
Unit-V: Information retrieval system – features, components, models and evaluation
Unit-VI: Management - principles, functions and schools of thought
Unit-VI: Library and information centers management - book selection tools and principles; library acquisition, technical processing, circulation, serial control, maintenance and stock verification
Unit-VI: Library and information centers management - Preservation and conservation; hazards and control measures of library materials
Unit-VI: Human resource management – planning, job analysis, job description, job evaluation, selection, recruitment, motivation, training and development, performance appraisal; staff manual
Unit-VI: Financial management in libraries - sources of finance, resource mobilization, budgeting methods; cost effective and cost benefit analysis, annual reports & statistics; library authority and committee
Unit-VI: Project management - SWOT, PEST, PERT / CPM
Unit-VI: Total quality management (TQM) - concepts, principles and techniques, six sigma; evaluation of services of libraries and information centers
Unit-VI: Library building, furniture and equipments; green library building; information commons; makers space; security and safety
Unit-VI: Management information system (MIS), MBO, change management, disaster management, crisis management
Unit-VI: Knowledge management – principles, tools, components and architecture
Unit-VI: Marketing of library products and services – plan, research, strategies, mix, segmentation, pricing and advertising; management consultancy
Unit-VII: Computer technology - character representation (ASCII, ISCII, Unicode); computer hardware, software; storage devices; input and output devices
Unit-VII: Types of software - system software, application software
Unit-VII: Programming languages – object oriented, procedural, high level, scripting; web languages
Unit-VII: Telecommunication - transmission channels, mode, and media, isdn, psdn, multiplexing, modulation, standards and protocols
Unit-VII: Wireless communication – media, Wi-Fi, Li-Fi, satellite communication, mobile communication
Unit-VII: Computer networks - topologies, types of networks – LAN, MAN, WAN
Unit-VII: Internet - web browsers, www, e-mail; search engines, meta and entity search engines
Unit-VII: Internet protocols and standards – http, SHTTP, FTP, SMTP, TCP/IP, URI, URL
Unit-VII: Hypertext, hypermedia, multimedia, video conferencing, virtual reality, augmented technologies
Unit-VII: Data security, network security, firewalls, cryptographic techniques, anti-virus software, anti-spyware, intrusion detection system
Unit-VIII: Library automation – areas, planning, selection of hardware and software, implementation and evaluation; standards for library automation
Unit-VIII: Barcode, RFID, QR code, biometric, smartcard: features and applications
Unit-VIII: Digitization – planning, selection of materials, hardware, software, process, issues
Unit-VIII: Digital library: genesis, characteristics, types, architecture; standards, formats and protocols, DOI
Unit-VIII: Digital preservation - need, purpose, standards, methods, techniques, projects (national and international)
Unit-VIII: Digital library initiatives – national and international
Unit-VIII: Institutional repositories - need, purpose, types and tools; institutional repositories in India; ROAR, DOAR, SHARPA-ROMIO
Unit-VIII: Content management systems – architecture, data integration, CMS software – selection, implementation and evaluation
Unit-VIII: Application of artificial intelligence, expert systems and robotics in libraries; social mobile analytics cloud (SMAC); cloud computing
Unit-VIII: Ontology – tools (RDF, RDFS, potege); semantic web, linked data, big data, data mining, data harvesting
Unit-IX: Research - concept, purpose, functions, scope and ethics; types of research – basic and applied, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary
Unit-IX: Research methods: historical, descriptive, experimental and Delphi
Unit-IX: Research design - selection of research problem, review of literature; formulation of research problem; hypothesis – formulation, types and testing; sampling techniques
Unit-IX: Methods of data collection: questionnaire, interview, observation, library records, scales and checklist
Unit-IX: Data analysis and interpretation - presentation of data; statistical methods/ techniques
Unit-IX: Statistical packages – spreadsheet, spss, bib excel, ‘R’ statistics
Unit-IX: Research report writing and citation tools – structure, style, contents, guidelines; style manuals; online citation tools; reference style management tools; ant plagiarism tools; evaluation of research report
Unit-IX: Metric studies in lis - bibliometrics, scientometric, web metrics, altmetrics
Unit-IX: Impact factors – journal, institutional and authors; h-index, g-index, i10 index
Unit-IX: Trends in library and Information Science research
Unit-X: Academic library and information system
Unit-X: Public library and information system
Unit-X: Special library and information system
Unit-X: Health Science library and information system
Unit-X: Corporate library and information system
Unit-X: Agricultural library and information system
Unit-X: Engineering and technological library and information system.
Unit-X: Archive, museums and oriental libraries
Unit-X: Community information system
Unit-X: Information services and system for persons with disability, children and women
Unit - 1: Jurisprudence
Unit -2: Constitutional and administrative law
Unit - 3: Public international law and IHL
Unit - 4: Law of crimes
Unit - 5: Law of trots and consumer protection
Unit - 6: Commercial law
Unit - 7: Family law
Unit - 8: Environment and human rights law
Unit - 9: Intellectual property rights and information technology law
Unit - 10: Comparative public law and systems of governance
Business Environment and International Business
Accounting and auditing
Business economics
Business finance
Business Statistics and Research Methods
Business Management and Human Resource Management
Banking and Financial Institutions
Marketing management
Legal Aspects of Business
Income-Tax and Corporate Tax Planning
Unit-I:Management – concept, process, theories and approaches, management roles and skills
Unit-I:Functions – planning, organizing, staffing, coordinating and controlling
Unit-I:Communication – types, process and barriers
Unit-I:Decision making – concept, process, techniques and tools
Unit-I:Organisation structure and design – types, authority, responsibility, centralisation, decentralisation and span of control
Unit-I:Managerial economics – concept & importance
Unit-I:Demand analysis – utility analysis, indifference curve, elasticity & forecasting
Unit-I:Market structures – market classification & price determination
Unit-I:National income – concept, types and measurement
Unit-I:Inflation – concept, types and measurement
Unit-I:Business ethics & CSR
Unit-I:Ethical issues & dilemma
Unit-I:Corporate governance
Unit-I:Value based organisation
Unit-II:Organisational behaviour – significance & theories
Unit-II:Individual behaviour – personality, perception, values, attitude, learning and motivation
Unit-II:Group behaviour – team building, leadership, group dynamics
Unit-II:Interpersonal behaviour & transactional analysis
Unit-II:Organizational culture & climate
Unit-II:Work force diversity & cross culture organisational behaviour
Unit-II:Emotions and stress management
Unit-II:Organisational justice and whistle blowing
Unit-II:Human resource management – concept, perspectives, influences and recent trends
Unit-II:Human resource planning, recruitment and selection, induction, training and development
Unit-II:Job analysis, job evaluation and compensation management
Unit-III:Strategic role of human resource management
Unit-III:Competency mapping & balanced scoreboard
Unit-III:Career planning and development
Unit-III:Performance management and appraisal
Unit-III:Organization development, change & OD interventions
Unit-III:Talent management & skill development
Unit-III:Employee engagement & work life balance
Unit-III:Industrial relations: disputes & grievance management, labour welfare and social security
Unit-III:Trade Union & collective bargaining
Unit-III:International human resource management – HR challenge of international business
Unit-III:Green HRM
Unit-IV:Accounting principles and standards, preparation of financial statements
Unit-IV:Financial statement analysis – ratio analysis, funds flow and cash flow analysis, DuPont analysis
Unit-IV:Preparation of cost sheet, marginal costing, cost volume profit analysis
Unit-IV:Standard costing & variance analysis
Unit-IV:Financial management, concept & functions
Unit-IV:Capital structure – theories, cost of capital, sources and finance
Unit-IV:Budgeting and budgetary control, types and process, zero base budgeting
Unit-IV:Leverages – operating, financial and combined leverages, ebit–eps analysis, financial breakeven point & indifference level.
Unit-V:Value & returns – time preference for money, valuation of bonds and shares, risk and returns
Unit-V:Capital budgeting – nature of investment, evaluation, comparison of methods; risk and uncertainly analysis
Unit-V:Dividend – theories and determination
Unit-V:Mergers and acquisition – corporate restructuring, value creation, merger negotiations, leveraged buyouts, takeover
Unit-V:Portfolio management – CAPM, APT
Unit-V:Derivatives – options, option payoffs, option pricing, forward contracts & future contracts
Unit-V:Working capital management – determinants, cash, inventory, receivables and payables management, factoring
Unit-V:International financial management, foreign exchange market
Unit-VI:Strategic management – concept, process, decision & types
Unit-VI:Strategic analysis – external analysis, pest, porter’s approach to industry analysis, internal analysis – resource based approach, value chain analysis
Unit-VI:Strategy formulation – swot analysis, corporate strategy – growth, stability, retrenchment, integration and diversification, business portfolio analysis - bcg, ge business model, ansoff’s product market growth matrix
Unit-VI:Strategy implementation – challenges of change, developing programs mckinsey 7s framework
Unit-VI:Marketing – concept, orientation, trends and tasks, customer value and satisfaction
Unit-VI:Market segmentation, positioning and targeting
Unit-VI:Product and pricing decision – product mix, product life cycle, new product development, pricing – types and strategies
Unit-VI:Place and promotion decision – marketing channels and value networks, vms, imc, advertising and sales promotion
Unit-VII:Consumer and industrial buying behaviour: theories and models of consumer behaviour
Unit-VII:Brand management – role of brands, brand equity, equity models, developing a branding strategy; brand name decisions, brand extensions and loyalty
Unit-VII:Logistics and supply chain management, drivers, value creation, supply chain design, designing and managing sales force, personal selling
Unit-VII:Service marketing – managing service quality and brands, marketing strategies of service firms
Unit-VII:Customer relationship marketing – relationship building, strategies, values and process
Unit-VII:Retail marketing – recent trends in India, types of retail outlets
Unit-VII:Emerging trends in marketing – concept of e-marketing, direct marketing, digital marketing and green marketing
Unit-VII:International marketing – entry mode decisions, planning marketing mix for international markets
Unit-VIII:Statistics for management: concept, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability distribution – binominal, poison, normal and exponential
Unit-VIII:Data collection & questionnaire design
Unit-VIII:Sampling – concept, process and techniques
Unit-VIII:Hypothesis testing – procedure; T, Z, F, Chi-square tests
Unit-VIII:Correlation and regression analysis
Unit-VIII:Operations management – role and scope
Unit-VIII:Facility location and layout – site selection and analysis, layout – design and process
Unit-VIII:Enterprise resource planning – erp modules, erp implementation
Unit-VIII:Scheduling; loading, sequencing and monitoring
Unit-VIII:Quality management and statistical quality control, quality circles, total quality management – kaizen, benchmarking, six sigma; iso 9000 series standards
Unit-VIII:Operation research – transportation, queuing decision theory, PERT / CPM
Unit-IX:International business – managing business in globalization era; theories of international trade; balance of payment
Unit-IX:Foreign direct investment – benefits and costs
Unit-IX:Multilateral regulation of trade and investment under WTO
Unit-IX:International trade procedures and documentation; EXIM policies
Unit-IX:Role of international financial institutions – IMF and World bank
Unit-IX:Information technology – use of computers in management applications; MIS, DSS
Unit-IX:Artificial intelligence and big data
Unit-IX:Data warehousing, data mining and knowledge management – concepts
Unit-IX:Managing technological change
Unit-X:Entrepreneurship development – concept, types, theories and process, developing entrepreneurial competencies
Unit-X:Intrapreneurship – concept and process
Unit-X:Women entrepreneurship and rural entrepreneurship
Unit-X:Innovations in business – types of innovations, creating and identifying opportunities, screening of business ideas
Unit-X:Business plan and feasibility analysis – concept and process of technical, market and financial analysis
Unit-X:Micro and small scale industries in india; role of government in promoting SSI
Unit-X:Sickness in small industries – reasons and rehabilitation
Unit-X:Institutional finance to small industries – financial institutions, commercial banks, cooperative banks, micro finance
Computer science and applications
(Unit - 1) Discrete structures and optimization
(Unit - 2) Computer system architecture
Programming Languages and Computer Graphics
Database management systems
System Software and Operating System
Software engineering
Data structures and algorithms
Theory of Computation and Compilers
Data communication and computer networks
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Physical education
Unit I: Physical education and adapted physical education, their objectives philosophies of education as applied to physical education
Unit I: Development of physical education in greece, rome, sweden, russia england, denmark, germany, usa, australia and china
Unit I: Growth and development of physical education in India
Unit I: Recreation- its principles, characteristics and importance
Unit I: Modern trends in recreation
Unit I: Indoor and outdoor recreational programmes
Unit I: Recreational programmes for various categories of people
Unit I: Wellness- its importance, benefits and challenges
Unit I: Development and maintenance of wellness
Unit I: Teaching aptitude – nature, objectives, characteristics of teaching, learner characteristics and teaching methods
Unit I: Social aspects of sports- sports as a socializing agency, social values , sports leadership, sports as cultural heritage and social aspects of competition
Unit I: Ancient & modern olympics games, asian and commonwealth games
Unit I: Structure and functions of international and national bodies controlling various games and sports
Unit I: Prominent honours and awards in games and sports
Unit-II:Exercise physiology its scope and importance in the field of physical education and sports
Unit-II:Cardio respiratory adaptations to long and short term physical activities
Unit-II:Muscle- its types , characteristics and functions
Unit-II:Microscopic structure of muscle fibre
Unit-II:Sliding filament theory of muscular contraction
Unit-II:Types of muscle fibres and sports performance
Unit-II:Muscular adaptations to exercise
Unit-II:Neuro-muscular junction and transmission of nerve impulse, kinesthetic sense organs and neural control of motor skills
Unit-II:Bio-chemical aspects of exercise - metabolism of food products
Unit-II: Aerobic and anaerobic systems during rest and exercise
Unit-II:Direct and indirect methods of measuring energy cost of exercise
Unit-II:Recovery process - physiological aspects of fatigue
Unit-II:Restoration of energy stores
Unit-II:Recovery oxygen
Unit-II:Nutritional aspects of performance
Unit-II:Environmental influence on human physiology under exercise
Unit-II:Women in sports- trainability
Unit-II:Physiological gender differences and special problems of women athletes
Unit-II:Aging - physiological consequences, life style management and healthful aging
Unit-II:Physiological responses of various therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation
Unit-II:Physiological aspects of various ergogenic aids
Unit-II:Massage manipulations and their physiological responses
Unit-III:Kinesiology and bioMechanics
Unit-III:Modern trends in bioMechanics
Unit-III:Planes and axes of human body
Unit-III:Joints and their movements
Unit-III:Muscle attachments - origin, insertion, action and leverage of the principal muscles used in sports
Unit-III:Motion: its laws and their application in sports
Unit-III:Projectile and principles of projections
Unit-III:Linear and angular kinematics and kinetics
Unit-III:Friction, spin, impact and elasticity
Unit-III:Air and water dynamics
Unit-III:Mechanical advantage and applications of levers in sports
Unit-III:Posture and its deformities with their corrective exercises
Unit-III:Kinesiological, muscular and mechanical analyses of fundamental movements
Unit-III:Mechanical analyses of major sports skills
Unit-IV:Sports psychology- its importance in the field of physical education and sports
Unit-IV:Motivation in sports- types, theories and dynamics
Unit-IV:Psychological factors affecting sports performance- emotions, anxiety aggression, stress ,self confidence, concentration, mental practice and goal setting
Unit-IV:Personality- theories of personality, measurement of personality
Unit-IV:Group dynamics, group cohesion and leadership in sports
Unit-IV:Cognitive process- memory and thinking
Unit-IV:Principles of motor skill learning
Unit-IV:Transfer of training and its types with its implication in sports
Unit-IV:Long and short term psychological preparation for performance/ competition
Unit-IV:Psychological skill training for activation and relaxation
Unit-IV:Spectators and sports performance.
Unit-V:Development of teacher education for physical education in India
Unit-V:Comparative study of professional preparation in physical education of India with those of USA, Russia, Germany, Australia and UK
Unit-V:Professional and other courses of physical education in India
Unit-V:Role of government agencies monitoring professional courses in physical education
Unit-V:Qualities, qualifications and responsibilities of physical education personnel at primary, secondary and higher education levels
Unit-V:Scope of physical education personnel in the promotion of health, fitness and wellness
Unit-V:Recent government policies for promoting physical education and sports in India
Unit-V:Hierarchy of organizational set-up in physical education at schools, colleges and university level
Unit-V:Role of public & private sectors in the promotion of physical education and sports in the country
Unit-V:Curriculum development- concepts and principles of curriculum planning
Unit-V:Subject matter for different levels of education - primary, secondary and higher education
Unit-V:Curriculum design and content- importance, selection and classification of subject matter with reference to age, sex and differently abled pupils
Unit-V:Integrated programme for boys and girls
Unit-V:Teaching aids - time-table, concepts, credit system for various subject coursestheory and practical, impact of technology in physical education and sports
Unit-V:Curriculum evaluation: concepts and purpose; procedure and appraisal
Unit-VI:Health- its objectives and spectrum.
Unit-VI:Health education, its importance and principles
Unit-VI:Role of genetics and environment in achieving health
Unit-VI:Health-related physical fitness
Unit-VI:Community health programme- health appraisal & health instructions. International and national health promoting government & private agencies.
Unit-VI:School health programme and personal hygiene
Unit-VI:Communicable diseases: causes, symptoms, prevention through other means and immunization
Unit-VI:Psychosomatic disorders/ sedentary life style diseases : causes, symptoms and prevention
Unit-VI:Obesity related health problems. Body weight control and its significance on health. Role of exercise, dieting and combination of exercise & dieting on weight control.
Unit-VI:First-aid- objectives and principles
Unit-VI:First-aid for shock, poisoning, burns, drowning, bleeding, electric shock and common sports injuries
Unit-VI:Pollution- air, water, sound and radiation
Unit-VI:Effects of pollution on health, preventive and safety measures from pollution
Unit-VI:Nutrition- balanced diet and its components
Unit-VI:Nutritional deficiencies
Unit-VI:Understanding of malnutrition and nutritional supplements
Unit-VI:Effects of smoking, alcohol, & drugs on health; prevention and rehabilitation
Unit-VII:Sports training- its characteristics and principles
Unit-VII:Training load, its features, principles and adaptation process
Unit-VII:Means and methods of executing training load
Unit-VII:Overload, its causes, symptoms and remedial measures
Unit-VII:Strength- its characteristics, types of strength, factors determining strength and strength development
Unit-VII:Endurance- its characteristics, types of endurance, factors determining endurance and endurance development
Unit-VII:Speed- its characteristics, types of speed, factors determining speed and speed development
Unit-VII:Flexibility-its characteristics, types of flexibility, factors determining flexibility and flexibility development
Unit-VII:Coordinative abilities- its characteristics, types of coordinative abilities, factors determining coordinative abilities and development of coordinative abilities
Unit-VII:Technique and skill- its characteristics and importance. Different stages of technique development and technique training. Tactics and strategy.
Unit-VII:Planning- its importance and principles
Unit-VII:Types of planning
Unit-VII:Periodization- its importance, objectives and types of periodization
Unit-VII:Concept of different periods - preparatory, competition and transitional
Unit-VII:Types of competition
Unit-VII:Talent identification- process and procedure
Unit-VIII:Research in physical education- its importance and classification
Unit-VIII:Ethical issues in research
Unit-VIII:Methods of research- descriptive, historical and experimental.
Unit-VIII:Experimental research designs
Unit-VIII:Identification and formulation of research problem
Unit-VIII:Types of research hypotheses and their formulation
Unit-VIII:Hypotheses testing
Unit-VIII:Tools of research- questionnaires, opinionnaires, interviews and observation
Unit-VIII:Sources and steps of literature search- library, research data bases, internet- search engines, online journals
Unit-VIII:Note taking and critical reading
Unit-VIII:Sampling techniques- probability and non probability.
Unit-VIII:Data, its types and collecting measures
Unit-VIII:Normal probability curve and grading scales
Unit-VIII:Statistical processes, their importance and uses in research
Unit-VIII:Application of parametric and non parametric statistical techniques in research
Unit-VIII:Computer applications- statistical packages for data analyses- spss, e-mail, search engines and microsoft office
Unit-VIII:Preparation of research proposal, report, abstract, paper for publication and paper for presentation
Unit-IX:Test, measurement and evaluation -their types and importance in physical education and sports
Unit-IX:Principles and processes of evaluation in physical education.
Unit-IX:Criteria of selecting an appropriate test and administration of testing programme
Unit-IX:Types of tests and construction of standard knowledge and skill tests
Unit-IX:Tests for fitness- physical fitness, motor fitness, motor ability and motor educability
Unit-IX:Health related fitness tests.
Unit-IX:Test for fitness components- strength, endurance, speed, flexibility and coordinative abilities
Unit-IX:Sports skill tests- badminton, basketball, football, hockey, tennis, and volleyball
Unit-IX:Anthropometric measurements- land marks and measurement of various body segments ,height, sitting-height, weight, diameters, circumferences, skinfolds, body mass index, ponderal index
Unit-IX:Somatotype and posture evaluating techniques
Unit-IX:Testing of physiological phenomenons- blood pressure, breathing frequency vital capacity, heart rate, pulse rate, body temperature and body composition
Unit-IX:Tests for psychological variables- anxiety, aggression, team cohesion, achievement motivation, mental-toughness, and self-efficacy
Unit-X:Management- its principles and theories
Unit-X:Scope of management in physical education and sports
Unit-X:Guiding principles for organizing physical education & sports programmes in institutions
Unit-X:Personnel management- objectives and principles
Unit-X:Self-appraisal, communication skills and time management
Unit-X:Essential skills of administration
Unit-X:Financial management- objectives, purposes, principles and scope
Unit-X:Planning and preparation of budget
Unit-X:Mechanics of purchase and auditing
Unit-X:Supervision - objectives, principles and importance of supervision
Unit-X:Techniques of supervision
Unit-X:Duties and responsibilities of a supervisor
Unit-X:Facility management- planning, procuring and maintenance of facilities- indoor and outdoor facilities
Unit-X:Planning and management of sports infrastructure
Unit-X:Management of records
Unit-X:Role of sports manager- interpersonal, informational and decision making
Unit-X:Managerial skills – technical, human and conceptual
Unit-X:Qualities and qualification of sports manager
Unit-X:Event management- its principles, planning, check list, rehearsal, itinerary, execution, reporting and follow-up procedures of an event
Unit-X:Public relation- principles of public relations in physical education and sports
Unit-X:Mass media- communication and publicity, qualifications of public relation officer
Home science
Unit - 1: Food Science and food service management
Unit - 2: Nutrition and dietetics
Unit - 3: Textiles
Unit - 4: Apparel designing
Unit - 5: Resource management and consumer issues
Unit - 6: Housing and interior design
Unit - 7: Child/Human development
Unit - 8: Family studies
Unit - 9: Communiacation for development
Unit - 10: Extension management and community development
Social work
Unit I-Nature and Development of Social Work.
Unit II- Society, Human Behavior and Communities.
Unit III- Social Work with Individuals and Groups.
Unit IV-Social Work with Communities and Social Action.
Unit V-Research in Social Work : Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches.
Unit VI-Administration, Welfare and Development Services.
Unit VII -Social Policy, Planning and Social Development.
Unit VIII-Indian Constitution, Social Justice, Human Rights and Social Work Practice.
Unit IX- Areas of Social Work Practice I.
Unit X-Areas of Social Work Practice II.

GSET 2019 Preparation Tips

For better preparation of GSET 2019, one must start early. Preparation for exams should begin earlier so that one always get a chance to revise the syllabus. One should always be organized and prepare an agenda of the portion which needs to be covered each day. For that it is crucial to make an outline of how many days one has in order to finish studies so that one has enough time left to revise as well. Prepare an outline. Make brief outlines/ points that help in recollecting the entire concept. One could prepare this while he/ she are attending a lecture in the classroom or while reading the text book. Mark all the difficult points and read them once more to understand them better or take help from peers or family. It is very important to clear the concepts. After the entire part is clear, prepare an outline which can be used as a last minute referral. Eat healthy, take rest. It is equally important to take care of your health and body.

GSET 2019 Exam Pattern

GSET Paper 1 Exam Pattern

Paper I of GSET 2019 will be of 1 hour duration i.e 9:30 to 10:30 am. The question paper will have 50 compulsory questions for a maximum score of 100. The questions will be of general nature, intended to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidate. It will primarily be designed to test reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidate. There are no negative marks for incorrect answers and there will be no provision of re-evaluation of paper. The questions will be objective in nature.

GSET Paper 2 Exam Pattern

Paper II of GSET 2019 exam pattern states that there will be a total of 100 compulsory questions for a total of 200 marks. Candidates will get 2 hours for solving paper 2 (11am to 1pm). Here too, the questions will be objective in nature with no negative marking. Also, there will be no provision of re-evaluation.

GSET 2019 Admit Card

The hall ticket of GSET 2019 will be uploaded on the official website 7 days prior to examination day. No hall ticket will be sent to the candidates by post. The candidates should download their hall ticket from the website and keep it safe for future references. GSET 2019 hall ticket will mention the venue of examination along with other details. No candidate will be allowed to appear at the examination centre other than that allotted to him/her in the Hall Ticket. Also, candidates need to carry a valid photo id along with the hall ticket as no candidate will be allowed to appear for the exam without it.

GSET 2019 Exam Centers

State City
Gujarat Vadodara
Vallabh Vidhyanagar

Documents Required at Exam

  • Hall Ticket
  • Valid Photo ID

GSET 2019 Result

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara will release GSET 2019 result in the first week of December. The result will be released online and the candidates will be able to check and download the result using their roll number.

Qualifying Marks Trend

Year Category Cutoff
2019 General 40
OBC 35
SC 35
ST 35

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