About RPSC College Lecturer 2019

Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) conducts RPSC College Lecturer exam in offline mode. Candidates between 21 to 35 years of age who hold a Master’s Degree with not less than 55% marks can fill the application form of RPSC College Lecturer. The recruitment of College Lecturers will be done by the process of Interview but if the application received by the conducting authority is more, then an offline aptitude test will also be conducted before the Interview. All those candidates who qualify in the aptitude test will further be called for the interview. Candidates who qualify in the interview round will be shortlisted for the final recruitment.

Frequency: Vacancy Based
Conducting Body: Rajasthan Public Service Commission

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RPSC College Lecturer 2019 Eligibility Criteria

RPSC College Lecturer Eligibility Criteria 

The eligibility criteria of RPSC College Lecturer will be determined by the examination authority. Candidates must meet the eligibility criteria before they fill the application form. RPSC College Lecturer eligibility criteria will be determined by taking the age and educational qualification of the candidates into consideration. However, there are various age relaxations provided to the candidates belonging to the reserved category. 

RPSC College Lecturer Eligibility Criteria - Age

Lower age limit - 21 years

Upper age limit - 35 years 

The following table contains the age relaxations provided by the exam conducting authority on the basis of the category of the candidates. 

RPSC College Lecturer Eligibility Criteria - Age Relaxations


Age Relaxation

SC/ST/OBC/Ex.OBC (male)

5 years

SC/ST/OBC/Ex.OBC (female)

10 years

General female

5 years

Widow/Divorced women

No upper age limit



10 years 


13 years


15 years

RPSC College Lecturer Eligibility Criteria - Educational Qualification

  • Candidates must hold master’s degree with at least 55% marks.

  • Must have qualified NET (National Eligibility Test) conducted by NTA/CSIR.

  • All those who hold Ph.D.degree are exempted from the condition of NET/SET/SLET.


  • Candidates who are professional artist with commendable achievements.

  • Artist of high grade at AIR/TV.

RPSC College Lecturer 2019 Application Process

Mode of Application : Online

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

RPSC College Lecturer Application Form 

RPSC will release the RPSC College Lecturer application form in online mode. Eligible candidates can fill the application form of RPSC College Lecturer. Candidates must fill the application form along with the payment of the prescribed application fee. No application fee will be accepted without the payment of the application fee. The application fee of RPSC College Lecturer can be paid by the candidates in online mode within the time frame allotted by the exam conducting authority.

RPSC College Lecturer Application Fee

  • General/BC candidates must pay Rs. 350

  • BC NCL candidates must pay Rs 250

  • Special BC candidates belonging to Rajasthan must pay an application fee of Rs. 150

Any correction and modification of the application form can be made by the candidates within 30 days from the last date of application form filling.

Application Fees

Category Quota Mode Gender Amount
OBC, General Online Transgender, Female, Male ₹ 350

RPSC College Lecturer 2019 Syllabus

General Studies of Rajasthan-Paper III
History, Art, Culture, Literature and Heritage of Rajasthan
Geography of Rajasthan
Political and administrative system of Rajasthan
Economy of Rajasthan
Contemporary events
Persian-Paper - I
History of Persian literature during Tahiri and Safari period
History of Persian literature during Samani period
History of Persian literature during Sasani period
History of Persian literature during Saljuqi period
Sufistic literature during Saljuqi period
Historical works during Saljuqi period
History of Persian literature during Temuri period
Prose literature in Temuri period
Historical works in Temuri period
History of Persian literature during Safari period
History of Persian literature during Qachari period
History of Persian literature during constitutional movement
History of Persian literature during pre-Mughal period
History of Persian literature during Mughal period
Ethical and Sufi literature during Mughal period
Persian-Paper - II
Prose work
Malfuz literature
Evolution of Persian criterian
Forms of Persian poetry
Accountancy and Business Statistics -Paper - I
Financial accounting
Cost accounting
Management accounting
Accountancy and Business Statistics -Paper - II
Business Statistics and Operation Research
Botany-Paper - I
Algae in diversified habitats (terrestrial, fresh water, marine)
Thallus organization, cell structure and reproduction in different classes/groups
Criteria in classification of algae
Economic importance of algae
General characteristic in different classes/groups of fungi, cell ultra structure, cell wall composition, reproduction, heterothallism, para sexuality, recent trends in classification, economic importance of fungi, mycorrhizae and lichens
Archaebacteria, eubacteria and cyanobacteria, ultra-structure and reproduction
Prions, l-forms, virioids, characteristics and ultra structure of virions, mycoplasma, spiroplasma and phytoplasma - general characters and role in causing plant diseases, microbiology of water, air and soil
General account of diseases caused by plant pathogens, molecular basis of host parasite interaction, pathogen attack and defense mechanism
Diseases of important field crops of Rajasthan (red rot of sugar cane, rust of wheat, covered smut of wheat, loose smut of wheat, green ear disease of bajra, leaf spot and smut of jowar, ergot and smut of bajra, root knot and rot diseases of vegetables)
Diseases control and the role of information technology
General characters, structure, reproduction, evolution and interrelationships in bryophytes, pteridophytes and gymnosperms
Evolution of stele
Heterospory and seed habit, principles of palaeobotany
Taxonomic hierarchy, principles of nomenclature, taxonomic tools, important systems of classification (bentham and hooker, engler and prantl, hutchinson and takhtajan)
Role of morphology, anatomy, embryology, palynology, cytology, phytochemistry, genome analysis and nucleic acid hybridization in taxonomy
Taxonomy of some selected families of Rajasthan (leguminoceae cucurbitaceae, asteraceae, asclepiadeceae, solanaceae, euphorbiaceae and poaceae), phylogeny of angiosperms
General concept of plant morphology - origin and evolution of flower
Primitive living angiosperms, foliar stamens, open carpels, organization of root and shoot apical meristems
Development of male and female gametophytes, pollination, pollen pistil interaction
Fertilization, endosperm development and embryogenesis, seed development and fruit formation, polyembryony apomixis, embryo culture, biochemistry and molecular biology of fruit maturation
Basic concepts of ecology, ecological factors affecting plant growth, principles of limiting factors, population characteristics, population interaction, r and k selection, genecology and range extensions
Community characteristics, community classification, continuum concept, ecological niche, plant succession in various habitats, concept of climax
Structure and function of ecosystem, energy flow and biogeochemical cycles (N,P,C,S), primary production, plant indicators, major biomes of the world
Phytogeographical regions of India, vegetation of Rajasthan. Ecosystem services
Environmental pollution- air, water, noise and soil, green house effect, ozone layer depletion, acid rain
Concept of biodiversity with special reference to India, hot spots, strategies for conservation of flora and fauna, bio monitoring, environmental impact assessment
Plant civilization, centers of origin, gene diversity, utilization, cultivation and improvement of plants of food (rice, wheat, bajra, pulses, green gram, moth and beans)
Oil seeds (mustard, soybean and ground nut), drugs (rauvolfia, ephedra, papaver, atropa, cinchona and withania), fibre - cotton, jute & coir and plants of industrial value - tobacco, sugarcane, tea and coffee
Ethnobotany, underexploited plants of potential medicinal and food value with special reference to Rajasthan
Light and electron microscopy (TEM & SEM), confocal electron microscopy, phase contrast, fixation and staining, HPLC, electrophoresis, ELISA, spectrophotometry, centrifugation
Botany-Paper - II
Plant-water relation, membrane transport and translocation of water and solutes
Enzymes - classification, mechanism of action, role in metabolism, enzyme, kinetics, regulation of enzyme activity, active sites, coenzymes, activators and inhibitors, isozymes
Photosynthesis - pigments, photophosphorylation, mechanism of photosynthesis, photorespiration, photosynthesis in c4 plants, cam
Nitrogen metabolism - amino acid metabolism and protein synthesis
Fatty acid metabolism
Signal transduction: overview receptors and gproteins, specific signaling mechanism in bacteria and proteins
Respiration - glycolysis, tca cycle, oxidative phosphorylation, glycogen breakdown, inter conversion of hexoses and pentoses
Seed dormancy and germination, hormonal regulation of growth and development.
Physiological effects and mechanism of action of auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, ethylene, abscisic acid and jasmonic acid, plant rythms and biological clock, secondary metabolites, plant responses to biotic and abiotic stresses
Physiology of flowering- photoperiodism and vernalization
Ultra structure of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, cell membrane structure and function, cell organelles- structure and functions, nucleus - structure, nuclear pores
DNA structure - a,b and z forms, replication, damage and repair, transcription, splicing and nucleolus, cells cycle, structure of chromatin and its organization, specialized types of chromosomes, banding patterns, chromosomal aberration and polyploidy
Genetics of eukaryote and prokaryote organelles, mapping of bacteriophage genome, genetic transformation, conjugation and transduction in bacteria, genetics of mitochondria and cytoplasmic male sterility
Techniques in cell biology-in situ hybridization fish, gish, genetic code, transcription and translation, operon model, rna polymerase
Genetic mapping : independent assortment and crossing over, molecular mechanism of recombination, chromosome mapping, linkage groups
Molecular basis of spontaneous and induced mutation and their role in evolution, principles of plant breeding important conventional methods of self and cross pollinated and vegetatively propagated crops, mutation breeding
Basic concepts, principles and scope of biotechnology, plant cell and tissue culture
Concept of totipotency, micropropagation by organogenesis and adventitious shoot bud differentiation, axillary bud proliferation and embryogenesis, somatic hybridization - protoplast isolation, fusion and culture
Artificial seeds, production of hybrids and somaclones, hybrids, production of secondary metabolites and bioactive compounds
Recombination dna technology : restriction enzymes, reverse transcriptase
Gene cloning, principles and techniques, construction of genomic/s, dna libraries, dna synthesis and sequencing, polymerase chain reaction, dna finger printing
Structural and functional genomics, microarray, genome sequencing projects (with special reference to rice, wheat, chick pea and tomato) and proteomics
Principles and practices of statistical methods in biological research, samples and population, data collection and processing, basic statistics (averages, statistics of dispersion, coefficient of variation, standard error and deviation)
Confidence limits, probability, distribution (binomial, poisson and normal) tests of statistical significance, simple correlation and regression, analysis of variance
Chemistry paper - i-Paper - I
Chemical periodicity
Theories of Chemical bonding
Acid and bases
Transition Metal Chemistry
Chemistry-Paper - I
Electronic displacements and aromaticity
Reaction mechanisms
Aromatics, heteroaromatics and dyes
Stereochemistry and conformational analysis
Nuclear chemistry
Chemical kinetics
Enlectrochemistry and Ionic equilibrium
Chemistry-Paper - II
Lanthanides and actinides
Chemistry of non-transition elements
Organometallic chemistry of transition elements
Solid state
Organic transformations and reagents
Synthetic uses
Pericyclic reactions
Organic photochemistry
Analytical chemistry
Quantum theory
Statistical thermodynamics
Physical chemistry of polymers
Symmetry and group theory
Chemistry of natural products
Colloids and surface chemistry
Bioinorganic chemistry
Clothing- dyeing and printing-Paper - I
Impurities in raw cotton, wool , silk and bast fiber
Elementary knowledge of textile chemical processing ,definition and classification of dyes and dyeing
Objects of different processes involved, e.g. Singeing, desizing, scouring, bleaching and mercerization
Processing sequence of grey cotton fabric up to dyeing and printing
Application of direct, reactive , vat , sulphur and azoic dyes on cellulosic fiber and pigment dyeing
Introductory knowledge of machinery used in pretreatments of cotton fabric
Classification of acid dyes its application on wool and silk fiber
Selection of dyes for synthetic fiber and application on nylon, polyester and acrylic
Different dyeing technique of polyester fiber
Different dyeing defects of fabric in jigger , winch and jet dyeing machine
Measurement of fastness properties ,e.g. Washing , rubbing ,light and perspiration
Definition of finishing and classification of various types of finishes
Important finishing treatments like calendaring , organdie , sanforization ,water repellency and anticrease finishes
Clothing- dyeing and printing-Paper - II
Preparation of the fabric before printing like singeing ,shearing and cropping, desizing ,scouring bleaching and mercerization
Definition and classification of printing, ingredients of printing paste
Classification of thickeners and its properties
Methods of printing such as block, stencil, screen, flat- bed and rotary printing
Photo chemical method of preparation of screen
Digital inkjet printing
Definition and method of transfer printing
Types and working of transfer printing machine
Styles of printing ,direct ,discharge and resist style of printing
Application of direct, azoic , reactive ,vat, indigo sol, sulphur and acid dyes in printing on textile materials
Computer Science-Paper - I
Computer organization and architecture
Computer programming
Software engineering
Operating system
Computer networks
Computer Science-Paper - II
Discrete mathematical structures
Data structures and algorithms
Database management system
System software
Emerging trends and technologies
Drawing and Painting-Paper - I
Fundamental of Art
History of Indian Art
Artist of Rajasthan
Major phases in western painting
Eastern concept of beauty
Drawing and Painting-Paper - II
Elements of painting
Major trends in Indian Art
Sculptures of Indian temples
History of modern art
Western concept of beauty
Economic Admin. and Financial Management-Paper - I
Theory of Economics & growth
Indian economic problems
Public finance
Monetary Economics
Economy of Rajasthan
Economic Admin. and Financial Management-Paper - II
Banking and Financial Institutions
International finance and foreign exchange
Security analysis and portfolio management
Financial management
Quantitative techniques
Economics-Paper - I
Economic growth and development
Economics-Paper - II
Indian economy
Quantitative techniques
Public Economics and international Economics
English -Paper - I
Critical Appreciation of a given poem or piece of prose
English-Paper - I
Literary criticism
Critical theory
English-Paper - II
British literature through the ages
American and non-british English literature
Indian writing in english
Geography-Paper - I
Environment Geography
History of geographic thought
Economic geography
Geography of India
Geography of Rajasthan
Research methodology
Geography-Paper - II
Population geography
Settlement geography
Regional planning
Agricultural geography
Industrial geography
Geography of transport
Political geography
Social geography
Cultural geography
Statistical method
Geology-Paper - I
Physical Geology, structural Geology, tectonics and remote sensing
Mineralogy, geochemistry and petrology
Geology-Paper - II
Stratigraphy and palaeontology
Mineral and energy resources
HydroGeology, environmental and engineering Geology
Hindi-Paper - I
Hindi-Paper - II
History-Paper - I
Ancient India
Medieval Indian history
Research in history
History-Paper - II
Modern India
World history
Political and cultural History of Rajasthan
Law-Paper - I
Constitutional law
Public international law and human rights
Human rights
Environmental law
Law-Paper - II
Law of torts
Law of crimes
Law of contract and transfer of property
Family law
Research methodology
Library Science-Paper - I
Unit-I: Knowledge, definition, growth, types and value
Unit-I: Information: types, characteristics, nature and use
Unit-I: Conceptual difference between data, information and knowledge
Unit-I: Information society – genesis, characteristics and social and economic applications
Unit-I: Information literacy: concept, types and models
Unit-I: Information as a resource commodity
Unit-I: Information transfer cycle – generation, collection, storage and dissemination
Unit-I: Communication – channels, models and barriers
Unit-I: Intellectual property rights – concepts, copyright, censorship – print and not print media
Unit-I: Library and information policy at national level
Unit-I: Right to Information Act
Unit-II: Laws of Library Science
Unit-II: Library resource sharing and networking, library movement and library legislation in India
Unit-II:Library extension services, library and information science education IN India, library and information profession, library associations in India, U.K. and U.S.A.-ILA, IASLIC, IATLIS, SIS, LA, ASLIB, CILIP, SLA and ALA
Unit-II: Library associations and organizations at international level – FID, IFLA and UNESCO
Unit-III: Organization of knowledge/information, modes of formation of subjects, normative principles of ranganathan
Unit-III: Library classification-canons and principles, library classification schemes ddc, udc and cc
Unit-III: Role of CRG(london), DRTC(Bangalore) in development of classification
Unit-III: Library cataloguing – canons and principles, library catalogue codes – CCC and AACR-II,
Unit III : Bibliographic records – international standards-ISBDs, MARC and CCF, indexing-precoordinate, post-coordinate
Unit III: Vocabulary control – theasaurus, lists of subject headings, databases- search strategies, boolean operators, knowledge management, content development
Unit-III: Evaluation of information storage and retrieval system
Unit-IV:Management – principles, functions, schools of thought, planning, organization structure, decision making, system study – analysis, evaluation and design, collection development – books, serials, non-book materials-selection
Unit-IV:Acquisition, maintenance, ISBN, ISSN, cataloguing-in-publication (CIP)
Unit-IV:Human resources management – manpower planning, job analysis, job description, selection, recruitment, motivation, training and development
Unit-IV:Staff manual, leadership and performance evaluation, delegation of authority
Unit-IV:Financial management-resource generation, types of budgeting, cost and cost-benefit analysis
Unit-IV: Library buildings and equipments, performance evaluation of libraries/information centres and services, total quality management (TQM)
Unit-IV: Disaster management in LIS centres
Unit-V: Research : concept, meaning, need and purpose of research
Unit-V: Limitations of research, types of research- basic, applied, interdisciplinary, research design, review of literature, scientific method, hypotheses, data collection, sampling
Unit-V: Methods of research-historical, descriptive, case study, survey, comparative and experimental
Unit-V: Statistical methods, data analysis, report writing, citation models and techniques, research methods in library and information science and services
Unit-V: Bibliometrics and its laws, webometrics
Unit-V: Application of software packages in research
Library Science-Paper - II
Unit-I:Sources of information – types, evaluation and use
Unit-I:Reference sources and web resources – Encyclopedias,Dictionaries, geographical sources
Unit-I:Biographical sources.
Unit-I:Year-books/almanacs, directories and handbooks
Unit-I:Statistical sources – features and evaluations
Unit-I:Bibliographical sources-bibliographies, indexing and abstracting journals (salient features and evaluation)
Unit-I:E-documents, e-books, e-journals. Databases – bibliographic, numeric and full text-evaluation
Unit-II:Reference services : concept, definition, kinds and trends, reference service v/s information service
Unit-II:Bibliographic service, indexing and abstracting service, cas, sdi service, referral, document delivery service
Unit-II:Translation services, reprographic services
Unit-II:Online service : information products, nature, types, and marketing
Unit-III:Information technology-components, impact of it on society
Unit-III:Computers-hardware, software
Unit-III:Storage devices
Unit-III:Input/output devices
Unit-III:Telecommunication-transmission media, switching systems, bandwidth.
Unit-III:Multiplexing, modulation, protocols, wireless communication, fax, e-mail, tele-conferencing/video-conferencing, bulletin board services, tele-text, videotext, voice mail, networking-concepts, topologies, types – LAN, MAN and WAN
Unit-III:Hypertext, hypermedia, multimedia, integrated services digital network (ISDN), open systems interconnection (OSI)
Unit-III:Web page designing, bar coding
Unit-III:Cloud computing
Unit-IV:Library automation-areas of automation, planning, hardware and software selection, OPAC
Unit-IV:Internet - Components, Services, Browsing- Web Browsers, Netscape, Navigator and Internet Explorer, Search Engines, Meta-Data, Digital Object Identifier (DOI).
Unit-IV:National and International Information Systems-NISSAT, NASSDOC, NISCAIR, DESIDOC, INIS, AGRIS, MEDLARS, INSPEC
Unit-V:Types of Libraries-National, Public, Academic and Special: Development, Objectives, Structure and Functions
Unit-V: Digital Libraries - Concept
Unit-V:Virtual Libraries - Concept
Unit-V:Types of users, users studies, user education
Unit-V:Role of UGC in the growth and development of libraries and information centres in institutions of higher education in India.
Unit-V:Role of Raja Rammohan Roy Library Foundation (RRLF). Recommendations of Knowledge Commission
Mathematics-Paper - I
Differential and integral calculus
Polar coordinate geometry
Three dimensional coordinate geometry
Vector calculus
Ordinary differential equations
Partial differential equations
Abstract algebra
Linear algebra
Complex algebra
Mathematics-Paper - II
Special functions
Integral transforms
Differential and integral equations
Metric spaces and topology
Differential geometry
Numerical analysis
Operations research
Mathematical statistics
Music (instrumental)-Paper - I
Unit-I:Define nad, shruti, swar, saptak & swasthan according to ancient to modern music scholars
Unit-I:'That' and its importance in music
Unit-I:Classification of 'that' according to Pt.Bhatkhande and Pt. Vyankat mukhi
Unit-I:Evolution & development of Raga
Unit-II:Origin of music, evolution and development of Indian music during ancient, medieval and modern period
Unit-II:Classification of instruments and historical evolution of pakhawaj, veena, sitar, sarod, tabla, flute, sarangi, santoor and violin
Unit-II:General idea of the instruments of vedic music
Unit-III:General idea of main classical dances of India: bharatnatyam, kathak, kathakali, manipuri, oddissi, kuchipudi, chhau and mohiniattam
Unit-III:Knowledge of orchestra, its evolution and new trends in orchestra
Unit-III:Study of Gharana's of instrumental music
Unit-III:General knowledge of Karanatak music
Unit-III:General knowledge of instruments of Karanatak music
Unit-IV:Elementary theory of Sound
Unit-IV:Definition of harmony, melody, homophony, polyphony, chord, symphony, counter points, authentic and plegalmodes
Unit-IV:Applications of general principles of aesthetics to Music, Raag & Ras
Unit-V:Place of music in fine arts
Unit-V:Explain the theories of learning & it’s application in Indian classical music
Unit-V:Study of Indian classical music education system from ancient to modern period
Unit-V:General knowledge of different forms of Indian light music
Music (instrumental)-Paper - II
Unit-I:General idea regarding varna & alankar,aalapti, aashray rag, rag lakshan, swasthan - niyam, alpatva - bahutva, aavirbhav - tirobhav
Unit-I:Define Rag vargikaran and Samay-siddhant
Unit-I:Types of scale- diatonic chromatic and equally tempered scale
Unit-I:Comparative study of Hindustani and Western scale
Unit-II:Tunning of instrument and it’s technique
Unit-II: Life sketches & contribution of following musician- Pt. Ravi shankar, Ustad Bismillah Khan, Pt. Nikhil Banerjee, Ustad Allauddin Khan, Pt. Pannalal Ghosh, Ustad Ahmad Jan Thirkava, Ustad Alla Rakha Khan
Unit-II: Life sketches & contribution of following musician - Ustad Hafij Ali Khan, Smt. Sharan Rani, Pt. V.G. Jog, Ustad Sultan Khan, Pt. Ram Narain, Pt. Chaturlal, pt. Purushottam Das, Bithovan, Mozart
Unit-II:Evolution of Indian and Western notation system
Unit-III:Knowledge of different Gats- Masit Khani, Raza Khani, Jafar Khani
Unit-III:Knowledge of musical technique: Aalap, Jod alap, Kan, Khatka, Murki, Andolan Gamak, Tan-toda, Jam-jama, Ghasit, Krintan, Jhala, Meend
Unit-III:General study of following Ragas: Alhaiya Bilawal, Vrindavani Sarang, Yaman, Bhoopali, Malkauns, Bageshree, Bhairav, Deshkar, Todi, Marva, Bhimpalasi, Jaunpuri, Desh, Khamaj, Puriya Dhanashri and Jaijaivanti
Unit-III:Definition of Taal and Laya, Matra, Sam, Khali, Bhari Aavartan, Tihai, Uthan, Peshkar, Kayda, Rela, Paran, Laggi, Ladi, Farshbandi, Theka, Chakkradar, Thihi
Unit-III:General knowledge of Dugun, Chaugun, Chhagun of following Talastrital, Ektal, Chautal, Ada Chautal, Jhoomara, Deepchandi, Punjabi, Dhamar, Roopak, Sooltal, Jhaptal, Kaharava, Dadra, Tilwada, Teevra
Unit-IV:New trends of Indian music in post independence era
Unit-IV:Function & role of the music
Unit-V:General idea of Rabindra Sangeet
Unit-V:General characteristics of folk music with reference to Rajasthani folk music
Unit-V:Impact of folk music on classical music
Unit-V:Use of instruments and Taalas in Folk Music
Music (vocal)-Paper - I
Unit-I:Define sangeet, nad, shruti, swar, saptak & swarsthan according to ancient to modern music scholars
Unit-I:General idea regarding Varna and Alankar , Types of Kaku, Rag Jati, Ashray Rag, Vadi, Samvadi, Vivadi, Anuvadi, Sandhi -Prakash Rag, Parmel Praveshak Rag, Aaroh, Avroh, Rag - Lakshan, Alpatva – Bahutva and Aavirbhav - Tirobhav.
Unit-I:Define rag-vargikaran and samay-sidhant
Unit-II:Tunning of Tanpura & Tabla and it’s technique
Unit II:Life-sketches and contribution of following musicians-Pt. Raja Bhaiya Puchwale, Pt. Bheemsen Joshi, Ustad Alladiya Khan, Ustad Faiyaz Khan, Ustad Bade Gulam Ali Khan, Ustad Abdul Karim Khan
Unit II:Life-sketches and contribution of following musicians- Ustad Amir Khan, Girija Devi, Parveen Sultana, Kishori Amonkar, Dagar Bandhu, M.S. Subblaxmi And Trinity
Unit II:Evolution of Indian and Western notation system
Unit III:Knowledge of Swar-malika, Lakshan Geet, Dhruvpad, Dhamar, Thumri, Tappa, Khayal, Tarana, Chaturang, Trivat, Raag Mala, Taal Mala, Gazal And Qwaali
Unit III:Knowledge of musical techniques- Adhunik Aalaap-gayan, Kan, Khatka, Murki, Andolan, Gamak, Taan, Jod-alaap And Meend
Unit III:General study of following Ragas- Alhaiya Bilawal, Vrindavani Sarang, Yaman, Bhoopali, Malkauns, Bageshree, Bhairav, Deshkar, Todi, Marva, Bhimpalasi, Jaunpuri, Desh, Khamaj, Darbari, Shyamkalayan, Jaijaivanti And Puriyadhanashri
Unit III:Definitions of Taal, Laya, Matra, Sam, Khali, Bhari, Aavartan, Tihai, Chakkardar, Navhukka, Their Importance In Indian Classical Music
General Knowledge Of Dugun, 2 Tigun, Chaugun & Chchagun In The Following Taalas- Trital, Ektal, Chautal, Ada Chautal, Jhoomara, Deepchandi, Punjabi, Dhamar, Roopak, Sooltal, Jhaptal, Kaharava, Dadra, Tilwada And Teevra
Unit III:Study of forms of Karnatak music
Unit IV:New trends of Indian classical music in post independence era
Unit IV:Definition and knowledge of Harmony, Melody, Homophony, Polyphony Chord, Symphony, Counter Points, Authentic And Plegalmodes
Unit IV:Functions & role of the music
Unit V:General idea of Rabindra Sangeet
Unit V:General characteristics of folk music and dance with reference to Rajasthani folk music
Unit V:Impact of folk music on classical music
Unit V:Use of instruments and Taalas in folk music
Unit V:General knowledge of different forms of Indian light music
Music (vocal)-Paper - II
Unit I:Definition and general idea regarding gram, moorchana, prabhandh, dhatu, alapti, swasthan-niyam, ragaalap, rupkaalap, nayak, gayak, kalavant, vaggyakar
Unit I:'That' and its importance in music. Classification of 'that' according to pt. Bhatkhande and pt. Vyankat mukhi
Unit I:Evolution & development of raga
Unit I:Types of scales- diatonic chromatic and equally tempered scale
Unit I:Comparative study of hindustani and western scales, division of scales according to cent and severt, frequencies of different scales
Unit II:Origin of music. Evolution and development of Indian music during ancient, medieval and modern period
Unit II:General idea of the forms of vedic music
Unit II:Contribution of scholars to Indian music and their textual tradition - Narad, Bharat, Dattil, Matang, Sharangdev, Nanyadev, Lochan, Ramamatya, Pundrik-vitthal, Somanath, Pt. Damodar, Ahobal, Bhavbhatt
Unit II:Contribution of scholars to Indian music and their textual tradition - Hriday Narayan Dev, Shriniwas, Vyankatmukhi, Pt. Bhatkhanade, Pt.V.D. Paluskar, Pt. Omkarnath Thakur, Acharya K.C.D. Brihaspati & Dr. Premlata Sharma
Unit III:General idea of main classical dances of India- bharatnatyam, kathak. Kathakali, manipuri, oddissi, kuchipudi and mohiniattam
Unit III:Study of geeti-vani & gharanas of dhruvpad and khayal
Unit III:Knowledge of vrinda-gaan, it’s evolution and new trends in vrind-gaan
Unit III:General knowledge of Karnatak music
Unit IV:Anatomy and physiology of human throat and ear, human voice and it’s technique, knowledge about voice culture
Unit IV:Elementary theory of Sound
Unit IV:Applications of general principles of aesthetics to music. Raag & Ras
Unit V:Place of music in fine arts
Unit V:Explain the theories of learning & it’s application in Indian classical music
Unit V:Study of Indian classical music education system from ancient to modern period with special reference to guru-shishya parampara
Philosophy-Paper - I
Unit I:Vyavaharika and Paramarthika Satta
Unit I:Nitya and Anitya Dravya
Unit I:Karanata
Unit I:Akasa, Dik and Kala
Unit I:Samanya and Sambhandha cit, acit and atman
Unit I:Cit, Acit and Atman
Unit II:Appearance and Reality
Unit II:Being and Becoming
Unit II:Causality, Space And Time
Unit II: Matter, Mind And Self
Unit II:Substance And Universals
Unit II:The Problem Of Personal Identity
Unit III:Prama
Unit III:kinds of Pramanas
Unit III:Khyativada
Unit III:Pramanyavada
Unit III:Anvitabhidhanavada and Abhihitanvayavada
Unit III:Sabdagraha
Unit IV: Definition of Knowledge
Unit IV: Ways of knowing
Unit IV:Theories of error
Unit IV:Theories of Truth
Unit IV:Belief and skepticism
Unit IV:Problem of induction
Unit V:Concept of Pratyaksa in Nyaya
Unit V:Concept of Pratyaksa in Buddhism
Unit V:Concept of Pratyaksa in Samkara Vedanta
Unit V:Nature and kinds of Anumana
Unit V:Definition of Nature of Vyapti
Unit V:Hetvabhasas
Unit VI:Rna and Rta
Unit VI:Purusarthas and Svadharma
Unit VI:Varnadharma and Asramadharma
Unit VI:Niskamakarma and Lokasamgraha
Unit VI:Pancasila and Triratnas
Unit VI:Brahmviharas
Unit VII:Good, Right, Justice
Unit VII:Duty and obligation
Unit VII:Cardinal virtues
Unit VII:Eudaemonism
Unit VII:Freedom and responsibility
Unit VII:Crime and Punishment
Unit VIII:Ethical cognitivism and Non - cognitivism
Unit VIII:Ethical realism and intuitionism
Unit VIII:Knat’s moral theory
Unit VIII:Kinds of utilitarianism
Unit VIII:Human Rights and social disparitie
Unit IX:Truth and validity
Unit IX:Nature of proposition
Unit IX:Categorical syllogism
Unit IX:Laws of thought
Unit IX:Classification of proposition
Unit IX:Square of opposition
Unit X:Truth-functions and propositional logic
Unit X:Quantification and rules of quantification
Unit X:Decision procedures
Unit X:Proving validity
Unit X:Argument and Argument – form
Unit X:Axiomatic system, consistency, completene
Philosophy-Paper - II
Indian philosophy metaphysical problems
Indian philosophy epistemological problems
Western philosophy metaphysical problems
Western philosophy epistemological problems
Western logic
Indian logic
Western ethics
Modern Indian thinkers
Modern concepts
Physics-Paper - I
Electromagnetic theory
Circuit analysis
Atomic & Molecular Physics
Condensed matter physics
Physics-Paper - II
Mathematical methods of physics
Classical mechanics
Quantum mechanics
Thermodynamic and statistical physics
Nuclear and particle physics
Political Science-Paper - I
Indian political thought
Political concepts and ideologies
Comparative governments
Indian constitution and institutions
Theories and concepts of international relations
Political Science-Paper - II
Western political thought
Political theory
Comparative politics
Political processes and dynamics in India
International politics and Indian foreign policy
Psychology-Paper - I
Biological bases of behavior & perceptual processes
Learning and memory processes
Motivation, emotion and thinking
Human abilities and personality
Research methodology and psychological testing
Psychology-Paper - II
Abnormal and clinical psychology
Social psychology
Educational and counselling psychology
Industrial and organizational psychology
Recent trends in psychology
Public administration-Paper - I
Basic premises
Theories and approaches
Principles of organization
Administrative behavior
Comparative and development administration
Human resource management
Financial administration
Public policy
Administrative law
Research methodology
Public administration-Paper - II
Evolution and development of Indian public administration
Union government and administration
State administration
Local self government- urban and rural
Personnel administration
Financial administration
Economic policy and planning
Accountability and control
Issue areas in Indian administration
Social administration
Sanskrit-Paper - I
Sanskrit-Paper - II
Sindhi-Paper - I
Sindhi-Paper - II
Sociology-Paper - I
Basic concepts
Western sociological thinkers
Indian social system
Sociology-Paper - II
Social research
Perspectives on Indian society
Classical sociological theories
Urdu-Paper - I
Various Theories of origin of Urdu Language
Western Hindi and its dialects namely : Braj Bhasha, Haryanwi, Punjabi and Khari Boli
Arabic & Persian elements in Urdu Language
Classical genres of Urdu Poetry : Ghazal, Qasida, Marsiya, Masnavi
Modern genres of Urdu Poetry and their development : Muarra Nazm, Nasri Nazm and Azad Nazm
Sonnet, Geet and Doha
Development of Urdu Language and Literature in Deccan
Salient feature of Deccani Language and Literature
Role of Quli Qutubshah, Nusrati, Wajhi, Ghawwasi and Wali in the development of Deccani Language and Literature
Delhi School of Poetry and its salient features
Lucknow School of Poetry and its salient features
Ghazal : Meer, Dard, Atish, Nasikh, Ghalib and Momin
Qasida : Sauda, Zauq and Muneer Shikohabadi
Marsiya : Meer Anis and Mirza Dabeer
Masnavi : Meer Hasan, Daya Shankar Naseem and Mirza Shauq
Development of Criticism in Urdu
Role of Rajasthan’s Urdu Poets in freedom movement
Urdu-Paper - II
Various kinds of Urdu Prose
Urdu Prose in Northern India
Socio-reformative aspect of Urdu Literature
Urdu Prose : Fictions
Urdu Prose - Non-Fictions
Zoology-Paper - I
Diversity of life forms
Structural organization of the following chordate types
Developmental biology
Animal Ecology
Brain, Behavior and Evolution
Wild life studies
Cell and molecular biology
Zoology-Paper - II
Gene structure and function
Cell to Cell Communication and Cell signaling
Human physiology
Statistical application in Biology

RPSC College Lecturer 2019 Exam Pattern

RPSC College Lecturer Exam Pattern 

The recruitment of RPSC College Lecturer will be interview-based. If the number of applicants will be more, then the exam conducting authority can conduct an offline aptitude test. The exam will be objective in nature.

RPSC College Lecturer 2019 Admit Card

RPSC College Lecturer Admit Card 

The exam conducting authority will issue the admit card of RPSC College Lecturer in online mode. RPSC College Lecturer admit card will be issued to only those candidates who will fill the application form successfully. In order to download the admit card of RPSC College Lecturer, candidates can click on the admit card link and use their login credentials generated while application form filling. The admit card of RPSC College Lecturer contains the details of the candidates and the examination. Candidates must check their name, photograph, date of birth, roll number, date and time of examination, and venue of the exam. Candidates must take a print out of the admit card and bring it to the examination centre on the exam day. Along with the admit card of RPSC College Lecturer, candidates must also bring one of the prescribed ID proofs - Aadhaar card, Voter card, PAN card, Driving license, Passport, etc.

Documents Required at Exam

  • Admit card
  • Aadhaar card
  • Voter ID card
  • Driving license
  • PAN card
  • Passport
  • Employee ID card
  • College/University ID card

RPSC College Lecturer 2019 Result

RPSC College Lecturer Result 

The exam conducting authority will release RPSC College Lecturer result in PDF format. Candidates will be able to check their result by simply clicking on the result link of College Lecturer on the official website. The result PDF of RPSC College Lecturer will contain the roll numbers of only those candidates who will qualify in the written aptitude test (if conducted). The final merit list will also be declared after the interview is held. The final merit list will contain the roll number of only those candidates who are shortlisted for the recruitment as College Lectures. 

Documents Required at Counselling

  • Date of birth certificate or high school mark sheet with date of birth
  • Mark sheet/sertificate of class 10 and 12 examination
  • Graduation/post-graduation certificate
  • Character certificate
  • Category certificate (if required)
  • PWD certificate (if required)
  • Aadhaar card/Passport/PAN card/Voter ID card /Driving license/any other photo ID card

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