About RPSC School Lecturer 2019

Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) conducts the RPSC School Lecturer recruitment exam. Candidates who have completed their post graduation degree and also have a B.Ed degree could apply for RPSC School Lecturer 2019 in online mode. All the eligible candidates, who have successfully submitted the application form will have to appear for the written exam. There will two papers- paper I and II, conducted for 150 and 300 marks respectively. All those candidates who will qualify the written test will be eligible for the appointment of RPSC School Lecturer 2019.

Frequency: Vacancy Based
Conducting Body: Rajasthan Public Service Commission
RPSC School Lecturer Paper 1 - Duration 1 Hour 30 Minutes +1 More

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RPSC School Lecturer 2019 Important Dates

Upcoming Dates and Events

03 Jan, 2020 - 13 Jan, 2020

Exam | Mode: Online

Past Dates and Events

23 Sep, 2019 - 12 Oct, 2019

Application | Mode: Online

RPSC School Lecturer 2019 Eligibility Criteria

RPSC School Lecturer Eligibility Criteria 2019 

The eligibility criteria of RPSC School Lecturer is determined by Rajasthan Public Service Commission for all the aspiring candidates. The eligibility criteria of RPSC School Lecturer 2019 include details about academic qualifications and age requirements. Before filling the application form of RPSC School Lecturer 2019, candidates must ensure that they meet the all the criteria prescribed by the exam conducting authority. 

RPSC School Lecturer Eligibility Criteria 2019 - Educational Qualification 

Candidates who wish to appear for RPSC School Lecturer 2019 must hold a postgraduation degree in their relevant subject and also must have completed B.Ed degree from a recognized institute/university

RPSC School Lecturer Eligibility Criteria 2019 - Age Limit 

To be eligible for RPSC School Lecturer 2019, candidates must be between 21 to 40 years of age. However, SC/SC candidates get upper age in order to appear in the exam

Category

Age Relaxation

Candidates of Rajasthan belonging to SC/ST/OBC/Ex.OBC (Male)

5 years

Candidates of Rajasthan belonging to SC/ST/OBC/Ex.OBC (Female)

10 years

General Female

5 years

Widow/Divorced Women

No upper age limit

PWD

General 

10 years 


BC/Ext.BC

13 years


SC/ST

15 years

RPSC School Lecturer 2019 Application Process

Mode of Application : Online

All the eligible candidates should fill the application form with all the correct details and submit it before the last date. The RPSC School Lecturer application form 2019 includes process like registration, filling up of relevant details and payment of application fee and a printout of the application form. While filling the application form, candidates must be careful in order to avoid rejection at later stages.

RPSC School Lecturer 2019 Syllabus

RPSC School Lecturer Paper 1 Syllabus

History of Rajasthan and Indian history with special emphasis on Indian national movement
Mental ability test
Statistics
Mathematics
Language ability test
Hindi
English
Current affairs
General science
Indian polity
Geography of Rajasthan
Educational management, educational scenario in rajasthan, right to education act, 2009

RPSC School Lecturer Paper 2 Syllabus

Paper II- Sociology (Senior Secondary Level)
Development of Sociology
The Meaning of Sociology
Subject matter of sociology
Sociology and Social Sciences
Society Meaning , characteristics, Types of Society
Community Meaning, Characteristics
Social group Meaning and Types (Primary and Secondary)
Family Meaning, Features, Types
Concept of Religion and Magic Meaning, Characteristics and Types of Magic
Marriage Meaning, Aims, and Types of Hindu Marriage
Indian Social Problems Regionalism, Casteism, Communalism, Corruption
Social change Meaning, Characteristics, Factors
Institution Meaning, Features and Types
Association Meaning, Features and Types, Difference between Association and Institution
Culture Definition, Characteristics, Elements of Culture
Paper II- Sociology (Graduation Level)
Sociological Perspective Scientific and Humanistic Orientations to Sociological Study
Social structure Meaning and characteristics
Status and Role Definition, Characteristics, Types and Relation between Status and Role
Socialization Meaning, Characteristics, Stages and Agencies, Theories (Cooley, Mead, Freud)
Social control Meaning, Characteristics, Types and Agencies
Social stratification and mobility Meaning, Forms and Theories of Stratification
Social Process Meaning, Characteristics and Types (Co-operation, Competition and Conflict
Kinship Meaning, Features, Kinship Usages
Problems of Scheduled Caste Scheduled Tribes, Women and Minorities
Population Profiles and related issues Explosion, Consequences
Crime and Juvenile Delinquency Meaning, Types of Crimes, Factors and Consequences
Social research Meaning, Stages and Types
Sampling Meaning, Features and Types of Sampling
Tools of Data Collection Observation, Interview, Schedule and Questionnaire
Hypothesis Meaning, Characteristics, Types, Sources
Paper II- Sociology (Post-graduate Level)
Emergence of Social Thought Comte-Positivism, Spencer-Social Drwinism, Super Organic Evolution
Durkheim Division of Labour, Suicide, Social Fact
Maxweber Social Action, Ideal Type, Views on Religion, Bureaucracy
Karl Marx Class and Class Conflict, Views on Social Change, Dialectical Materialism
Process of Social Change Sanskritization, Westernization, Modernization
Post modernism Meaning and Features
Liberalization and Globalization Meaning, Features and Impact of Liberalization and Globalization on Indian Society
Paper II - Part – IV (Educational Psychology, Pedagogy, Teaching Learning Material, Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning)
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - Sociology-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II - Sociology-Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II - Sociology-Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Constructivist principles based Teaching
Paper II-Sanskrit
Paper II-Rajastani
Paper II Punjabi
Paper II-Public Administration (Senior Secondary Level)
Meaning, Nature, Scope and Importance of Public Administration
Public and Private Administration, Evolution of Public Administration as an independent discipline
Public Administration and its relationship with Political Science, Economics, Law and Psychology
Concept of Organisation, Formal and Informal Organisation
Principles of Public Administration Hierarchy, Unity of command, Span of control, Authority and Responsibility, Co- ordination, Delegation, Supervision, Line and Staff
Constitutional context of Indian Administration Preamble and other basic premises, Union Executive : The President, The Prime Minister and The Council of Ministers
Public Policy Process Formulation, Implementation and Evaluation
Financial administration Concept of Budget, types, Budget preparation, Enactment and implementation of Budget
Personnel administration Recruitment : Meaning, methods and problems
Training : Need, Objectives, Types and Problems
Administration at Central and State Level Central Secretariat, Cabinet Secretariat , State Secretariat and role of Chief Secretary
Administration at Division and District Level Role of Divisional Commissioner and District Collector, Administration at sub – division and Tehsil level
Structure and Functions of Urban Local Government Municipal Corporation, Municipal Council, Nagar Panchayats
Structure and Functions of Panchayati Raj Institutions in Rajasthan Zila Parishad, Panchayat Samiti, Gram Panchayat and Gram Sabha
Paper II-Public Administration (Graduation Level)
Theories of administration Scientific Management, Bureaucratic model, Classical Theory, Human relations theory
Administrative behaviour Decision Making, Communication, Leadership and Motivation
Ministries at Central Level Ministry of Home Affairs, Finance, Personnel Public Grievances and Pensions
Administrative Institutions in India Finance Commission, Planning Commission, Election Commission
National human rights commission
State Human Rights Commission : Composition, Functions and Role
State administration Evolution
State Executive : The Governor
The Chief Minister and The Council of Ministers : Functions, Powers and Role
Comparative public administration Meaning, Nature, Scope and Significance
Salient features of Developed and Developing Countries : U.K, USA, India and China, Development Administration and Administrative Development, Problems of Developing Countries
Local administration 73rd and 74th Constitutional Amendment & its impact in Rajasthan
State Finance Commission and State Election Commission: Composition and Functions
Issues in Indian administration Minister Civil Servant Relationship, Generalist v/s Specialist, Integrity & Ethics in Indian Administration, E-Governance, People’s Participation ,RTI and Citizen Charter
Control & Accountability of Administration Legislative, Executive, Judicial and Popular Control, Lokpal and Lokayukta
Concept of Welfare State and Administrative State
Role of Political Parties & Pressure Groups and their interaction
Important Directorates and Commissionarates in State Administration Directorate of Agriculture, Directorate of Local Bodies, Commissionarate of College Education, Commissionarate of Police
Secretariat – Directorate relationship and their problems
Indian Judicial System Supreme Court, High Courts, Sub-ordinate Judiciary, Judicial Activism and Public interest litigation
Initiatives of Administrative reforms in Rajasthan with special reference to Shiv Charan Mathur Commission
Paper II-Public Administration (PG Level)
New Public Administration (Minowbrook Conference I,II and III), New Public Management
Impact of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization on Public Administration
Concept of Good Governance & Kautilya’s ideas on Good Governance
Approaches to the study of Comparative Public Administration Systems, Behavioural and Ecological
Concept of Neutrality and Anonymity in Administration
Concept of Development Administration, Administrative Development and Sustainable Development Role of NGO’s in Development
Administration for Welfare of Weaker Sections ST, SC Women and Children with Special reference to respective National Commissions
Performance of Public Enterprises in India Concept of Maharatna, Navratna and Miniratna and MOU, Corporate Social Responsibility
Recommendations of II Administrative Reforms Commission related to Personnel Administration, Ethics in Administration, State and District Administration
Challenges and Problems of Administrative Reforms in the context of Globalization
Paper II - Public Administration - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - Public Administration-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II - Public Administration-Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II - Public Administration-Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Constructivist principles based Teaching
Paper II-Political Science (Senior Secondary Level)
Political theory Meaning and its utility
Concepts Rights, Liberty, Equality; Justice Secularism, Citizenship and Development
Indian constitution Constitutient Assembly, Preamble, Characteristics of Constitution, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy
Federalism Centre – State relationship
Union government President, Prime Minister & Council of Ministers, Parliament, Supreme Court
State government Governor, Chief Minister & Council of Ministers, Legislature, High Court
Local government Panchayati Raj, Urban Local Self-Government
Indian politics Challenges to Nation Building, Party System, Recent Development in Indian Politics
International Politics Coldwar, End of Coldwar, American hegemony in Contemporary world
Scenario, instruments and Challenges.
International Organisation UN, EU, ASEAN, SAARC, ALBA&NAM
Foreign policy of India Objectives, Role of India in UN, India & United States, India & Non align movement
Challenges before India’s Foreign Policy
Paper II-Political Science (Graduate Level)
Political theory Traditional and Modern Perspectives
State Nature, Functions, Sovereignty, Pluralism
Government Organs – Legislature, Executive & Judiciary
Separation of Powers, Checks & Balances
Types – Democracy & Dictatorship, Parliamentary & Presidential, Federal & Unitary
Theories of Representation, Political Parties, Pressure Groups
Political thought Plato, Aristotle, Kautilya, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Bentham, Mill, Marx, Nauroji, Gandhi, Aurbindo, Ambedkar, Nehru, Lohiya
Dynamics of Indian Democracy Party, Caste, Region, New Social Movements
India’s Relations with Neighbouring Countries
Paper II-Political Science (PG Level )
Behaviouralism and Post Behaviouralism
Political System, Structural Functionalism, Political Development and Political Culture
Dynamics of Federalism in U.S. and India
Approaches to the study of International Politics and Concepts of National Power and National interest
Paper II - Political Science - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - Political Science-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -Political Science -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II - Political Science-Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Constructivist principles based Teaching
Paper II-Physics -part I (Senior Secondary Standard)
Physical world and measurement Fundamental and derived units, systems of units, dimensional formula and dimensional equations, Accuracy and error in measurement
Description of motion Motion in one dimension, uniformly accelerated motion, motion with uniform velocity/Acceleration in two dimensions, motion of an object in three dimensions, relative velocity
Vectors Scalar and vector quantities, unit vector, addition and multiplication
Laws of motion First, second and third law of motion, impulse, momentum, conservation of linear momentum
Friction Types of friction, laws of friction, lubrication
Work, energy and power Work done by a constant / variable force, K.E., P.E., Elastic collision in one and two dimensions, gravitational P.E., P.E. of a spring, conservation of energy, conservative and non-conservative orces, power
Rotational motion Centre of mass, its motion, rotational motion, Torque, angular momentum, centripetal force, circular motion, moment of inertia, theorems of M.I., Rolling motion
Oscillatory motion Periodic motion, S.H.M. its equation, K.E. and P.E., concept of free, forced and damped oscillations, simple pendulum, oscillation of a loaded spring
Gravitation Universal law of gravitation, variation of g, orbital and escape velocity, planetary motion,Kepler's law
Elasticity Hook's law, young's modulus, bulk modulus and shear modulus of rigidity
Applications of elastic behaviour of matter
Surface tension Fluid pressure, Pascal's law, Archiemedes principle, molecular theory of surface tension, Excess of pressure inside a drop and soap bubble, angle of contact, Capalarity, Detergents
Liquids in motion Type of flow of liquid, Critical velocity, Coefficient of viscosity, Terminal velocity, Stoke's law, Reynold’s number, Bernoulli's theorem - its applications
Kinetic theory of gases Laws for gases, Ideal gas equation, Assumptions of Kinetic theory of gases, Pressure exerted by a gas, Law of equipartition of energy, Degree of freedom, Specific heats of gases and solids, Mean free path
Heat and thermodynamics Concept of Heat and temperature, Temp
Scales, Thermal expansion of solid, liquid and gases, specific heat, change of state, latent heat, Thermal capacity, Zeroth & first law of thermodynamics, thermodynamic process, second law of thermodynamics, carnot engine
Radiation Modes of transmission of heat, thermal conductivity, Thermal radiations, Perfect blackbody, Newton's law of cooling
Waves Type of waves, wave equation, speed of a progressive wave, superposition principle, beats, stationary waves and normal modes, Doppler's effect
Ray optics and optical instruments Laws of reflection, Reflection by plane and curved mirrors, Laws of refraction, total internal refraction - applications, Lenses, Image formation by lenses, Dispersion by prism, Sattering of light, Eye, Defects of vision, Microscopes, Telescopes
Electrostatics Coulomb's law, electric field and potential due to a point charge and Dipole, concept of Dielectic
Gauss theorem - its applications, Electric lines of force, Force and torque experience by a dipole in uniform electric field, potential energy of a system of charges, equipotential surfaces
Capacitance Capacity of an isolated spherical conductor, capacitor - principle, Parallel plate capacitors, effect of dielectric on capacitance, series and parallel combinations of Capacitors, Energy of a Capacitor, van de graff generator
Current electricity Ohm's Law, Temperature dependence of resistance, colour code of resistors, series and parallel combination of resistors, resistivity, primary and secondary cells and their combination in series and parallel
Kirchoff's laws, wheat stone bridge and potentiometer - their applications, electrical energy and power
Magnetism and magnetic effect of current Natural and man made magnet, magnetic lines of force, Bar magnet, magnetism and gauss law
Magnetic moment, Torque on a magnetic dipole, magnetic field, magnetic induction, magnetic intensity, permeability, susceptibility & Intensity of magnetisation - their relations
Curie Law, Hysterisis, B-H curve
Classification of magnetic materials
Magnetic force, motion in the magnetic field, Biot - Savarts law, magnetic field by a straight Conductor & Circular Current Carrying Coil, Ampere's Circuital law, Solenoid, Toroid, Moving Coil Galvanometer, Ammeter, Voltmeter
Electromagnetic induction Faraday's Law, Lenz's Law, Self Induction, Mutual Induction, Electric Generators
Alternating current Mean and rms value of A.C., A.C. Circuit Containing resistance, Inductance and Capacitance, Series resonant Circuit, Q factor, Average power in A.C., Wattless Current, L C oscillations, transformer
Wave optics Huygen's principle - reflection and refraction, Interference of light, young's double slit experiment, Diffraction of light, Single slit diffraction, resolving power of optical instruments, polarisation of light, law of malus
Polarization by reflection and scattering
Photoelectric effect and matter waves Einstein's Photoelectric equation, Photocell, matter waves, Debroglie's hypothesis, Davison and Germer’s experiment
Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity Nucleus, size, Mass defect, Binding energy, Nuclear fission and fusion, Nuclear reactor, Radioactivity, laws of disintegration, , and  decays
Solids and semi conductor devices Energy band in solids, Semi conductor, P-N Junction, Diodes, Diode as an rectifier, Special purpose p-n junction diodes, Junction transistor, Logic gates, integrated circuit
Electromagnetic Waves and Communication Displacement current, Electromagnetic Waves-Source, nature
Electromagnetic spectrum, Elements of a communication system, Bandwidth of signals and transmission medium, Sky and space wave propagation, Need for modulation, Production and detection of an AM wave
Paper II-Physics -part II (Graduation Standard)
Mechanics Inertial frames, Galilean transformation, Non-inertial frames, fictitious forces, rotating coordinate systems
Coriolis force and its applications, postulates of special theory of relativity, Lorentz transformations, relativistic addition of velocities, length contraction, time dilation, Variation of mass with velocity, mass energy relation
System of particles, concept of reduced mass , single stage and multistage rocket, Analysis of collision in centre of mass frame
Angular momentum of a system of particles, equation of motion of a rotating body, inertial coefficients,, kinetic energy of rotation and idea of principles axes, Euler’s Equations
Elasticity, relation between elastic constants
Theory of bending of beams and Cantilever, Torsion of a cylinder, Bending moments and Shearing forces
Waves & oscillations Potential well and periodic oscillations
Damped harmonic oscillators, Power dissipation, Quality factor, Driven harmonic oscillator, Transient and steady state, Power absorption, Motion of two coupled oscillators, normal modes
Waves in media, speed of longitudinal waves in a fluid
Energy density and energy transmission in Waves , Group velocity and phase velocity, their measurements
Noise and Music : The human ear and its responses: limits of human audibility
Intensity and loudness, bel and decibel, the musical scale
Temperament and musical instruments
The acoustics of halls
Reverberation period
Electromagnetism Concept of multi poles, Electrostatic energy of uniformly charged sphere, classical radius of an electron
Screening of E field by a conductor
Electric field in matter : atomic and molecular dipoles, dielectrics, polarisability, polarization vector, electric displacement, electrostatic energy of charge distribution in dielectric, Lorentz local field and Clausius Mossotti equation
Electrostatic field – conductors in electric field, Boundary conditions for potential and field at dielectric surface
Uniqueness theorem, Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations in Cartesian cylindrical and spherical polar coordinates, solutions of Laplace’s equations in Cartesian coordinates
Maxwell’s equations (integral and differential form) and displacement current
E as an accelerating field: Electron gun, case of discharge tube, linear accelerator, E as deflecting field , CRO
Thermodynamics and statistical physics Maxwell velocity distribution, Transport Phenomenon : Mean free path, Coefficients of viscosity, thermal conductivity, diffusion and their interrelation
Clausius-Clapeyron equation, vapor pressure curve
Maxwell relations and their applications
Production of low temperatures, Joule Thomson expansion and J.T. coefficients for ideal as well as van der Waals gas, Temperature inversion
Regenerative cooling, Cooling by adiabatic demagnetization, Liquid Helium, He-I and He-II, Super fluidity, Nernst heat theorem
Phase space, Micro and Macro states thermodynamic probability, relation between entropy and thermodynamic probability
Specific heat capacity of solids, Bose Einstein statistics and its distribution function, Planck distribution function and radiation formula, Fermi Diarc statistics and its distribution function
Electronics and circuit analysis Four terminal networks : current voltage conventions, open, close and hybrid parameters of any four terminal network, Input, output and mutual independence for an active four terminal network
Various circuits theorems : Superposition, Thevenin, Norton, reciprocity, maximum power transfer Theorems
Rectifiers- Half wave, full wave and Bridge rectifier, calculation of ripple factor, efficiency and regulation
Filters, Series inductor shunts capacitor, L section and π section filters
Voltage regulation and voltage stabilization by Zener diode
Analysis of transistor amplifiers using hybrid parameters and its gain frequency response
Transistor biasing - stability factors, various types of bias circuits for thermal bias stability
Amplifier with Feed back : positive and negative feed back
Voltage and current feed back circuits
Advantages of negative feed back
Oscillators : Criteria for self excited and self sustained oscillators circuit requirement for build-up of oscillation
Basic transistor oscillator circuit and its analysis
Colpitts and Hartley oscillators
R-C Oscillators
Junction Field effect transistor (JFET), circuit symbols, biasing and volt-Ampere relations
Optics Interference of a light, coherence requirements of the sources, optical path retardations, lateral shift of fringes,. thin films, Newton’s ring.. Michelson interferometer
Fabry Perot interferometer and etalon
Fresnel diffraction : Half periods zones, circular aperture, Circular disc, straight edge, Fraunhoffer diffraction : double slit, n slit, Plane diffraction grating, reflection grating, concave grating
Lasers and Holography : Spontaneous and stimulated emission, density of states, Einstein’s A and B coefficients, Energy density of radiation as a result of stimulated emission and absorption, Condition for amplification, Population inversion
Lasers and Holography : Methods of optical pumping, Energy level schemes ofHe-Ne and Ruby lasers, working of a laser source, Special features of a laser source and their origin
Quantum mechanics and Spectroscopy Failure of classical Physics, Uncertainty principle and its consequences , Application of uncertainty principle
Schrodinger equation – time dependent and time independent form, Physical significance of the wave function, probability current density, operators in quantum mechanics
Schrodinger equation – Expectation values of dynamical variables, postulates of quantum mechanics, eigen function and eigen value, degeneracy, commutation relations
Ehrenfest theorem
Time independent Schrodinger equation and stationary state solution, particle in one dimensional box, extension of results for three dimensional case and degeneracy of levels
Potential step and rectangular potential barrier coefficient, square well potential problem
Bound State Problems - Particle in one dimensional infinite potential well and finite depth potential well, simple harmonic oscillator (one dimensional)
Bound State Problems - Schrodinger equation for a spherically symmetric potential, Orbital angular momentum and its quantisation, spherical harmonics, energy levels of H-atom
Elementary Spectroscopy : Quantum features of one electron atoms, Frank-Hertz experiment, Stern and Gerlach experiment, Spin and Magnetic moment, Spin Orbit coupling and fine structure
Atoms in a magnetic field, Zeeman effect
Molecular spectroscopy, Rigid rotator, diatomic molecules, Rotational spectra, Vibrational spectra, Vibrational Rotational spectra, Raman effect
Nuclear physics Quadrupole Moment and Nuclear Ellipticity, Nuclear Spin, Parity and Orbital Angulr Momentum, Nuclear Mass and Mass Spectroscopy, Proton-Neutron Hypothesis, The Nuclear Potential, Mass Defect and Binding Energy, Nuclear Forces, The Liquid Drop Model
Accelerators -Linear Accelerators, Cyclotron, Synchrocyclotron, Betatron : The Electromagneticm Induction Accelerator, Electron Synchrotron, Proton Synchrotron
Particle and Radiation Detectors : Ionisation Chamber, Region of Multiplicative Operation, Proportion Counter, Geiger-Muller Counter, Scintillation counter, Cloud Chamber
Solid state physics Crystal Binding and Crystal Structure: Bravis Lattice, Miller Indices and Crystal Structure, X-ray Diffraction and Bragg’s Law, Laue equation of X-ray diffraction
Thermal Properties of the Solids : Various Theories of Lattice Specific Heat of Solids: The Einstein Model, Debye Model, Electronic Contribution of the internal Energy hence to the Specific Heat of Metals, Thermal Conductivity of the lattice
Band Theory of Solids : Wave Function in a Periodic Lattice and Bloch Theorem, Effective Mass, Momentum, Crystal Momentum
Electrical Conductivity : Sommerfield Theory of Electrical Conductivity, Mathiessen’s Rule, Thermal Conductivity and Wildemann-Franz’s Law, The Hall Effect
Superconductivity : Experimental Features of Superconductivity, The Isotope Effect, Special Features of Superconducting Materials, Flux Quantisation
BCS Theory of Superconductivity: Cooper Pairs, High Temperature Superconductors (Basic Ideas
Paper II-Physics -part III (Post Graduation Standard)
Mathematical Physics and Classical Mechanics Tensors, Matrices, Fourier and Laplace transforms
Bessel and legendre functions
String formula, basic group theory
D' Alembert's Principle, Langrangian and Hamiltonian formalism, canonical transformation, poission bracket and poission theorem, Hamiltonian Principle and Jacobi equation
Electricity and magnetism Radiation from moving charge and radiation from dipole, concepts of wave guides, Retarded potentials, Lienard-Wiechart potential, Bremsstrahlung and Synchroton radiation, reaction force of e.m.w
Thermodynamics and statistical physics Einstein Statistics, properties of ideal Bose and Fermi Gases, BoseEinstein condensation
Gibb's paradox, Liouvilles' theorem, Landau theory of phase transitions
Langevin theory, Fokker-Plank equation
Quantum physics Elementary theory of scattering in a central potential, partial wave and phase-shift analysis, Identical particle and spin statistics, WKB Method and its applications
Electronics Clipping and clamping circuits of operational amplifiers and its applications, inverting and noninverting amplifiers, adder, integrator differentiator, Half and Full adder circuits, Flip-Flops, counters and registers
Atomic, Molecular and Solid State Physics Quantum states of an electron in an atom, hydrogen atom spectra, Pauli's Principle, Spin-Orbit interactions, Zeeman effect, Paschen-Back effect, Start effect, LS and JJ coupling, Hyperfine structure
Semiconductors statistics of pure and impure semi conductors, Electrical onductivity and its temperature dependence, Recombination mechanisms, Photo conductivity, NMR, ESR and Mossbauer effect
Nuclear and particle physics Nuclear shell model, Collective model, Interaction of charged particles and electromagnetic waves with matter
Meson theory of Nuclear force
Nuclear scatter theory: p-p and n-p
BreitWigner scattering formula, Fermi theory of B-day, Gamov theory of alpha decay
Paper II - Physics - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - Physics-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -Physics -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II - Physics-Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Constructivist principles based Teaching
Paper II-Music
Paper II-Mathematics Part – I (Senior Secondary Standard)
Sets, relations and functions Different kinds of sets and their basic properties, Relations, types of relations, Different types of real valued functions
Limit, continuity and differentiability Limit, continuity and differentiability of algebraic functions, trigonometric functions, exponential functions and logarithmic functions
Complex and Vector Algebra Complex numbers and their algebraic properties, polar representation, square root of a complex number, Vectors and scalars, types of vectors and their algebraic properties, scalar and vector product of two vectors, scalar triple product
Differential calculus Derivatives of sum, difference, product and quotient of functions
Derivatives of polynomial and trigonometric functions
Derivatives of implicit and explicit functions
Increasing and decreasing functions
Concept of second order derivative
Integral calculus Integration of functions by the method of substitution, partial fraction and by parts
Basic properties of definite integrals and their uses to evaluate them
Differential equations Order and degree of a differential equation, solution of differential equations of first order and first degree
Permutations and combinations Derivation of formulae, their connections and simple applications
Binomial theorem Binomial theorem for positive integral indices, general and middle terms in binomial expansion
Matrices Various types of matrices, their basic operations and properties
Invertible matrices and their inverse
Determinant Determinant of a square matrix and their properties
Solution of system of linear equations in two or three variables using inverse of a matrix
Two dimensional geometry Straight line, standard equations and simple properties of circle, parabola, ellipse, hyperbola
Applications of derivatives and integrals Tangent and normals, maxima and minima of functions of one variable
Area under simple curves, area between the simple curves
Statistics Mean, Mode, Median for grouped data, measure of dispersion
Probability and their elementary laws, conditional probability
Paper II-Mathematics Part – II (Graduation Standard)
Group theory Groups and their simple properties, order of an element, order of a group, permutation groups, cyclic groups and their properties, subgroups and their basic algebraic properties, cosets and their properties
Normal subgroup and Rings Normal subgroups and quotient groups, theorems on homomorphism and isomorphism
Rings, ideals, integral domain and fields
Theory of equations Relation between the roots and coefficients of general polynomial equation in one variable
Transformation of equations
Descartes’ rule of signs, solution of cubic equations by Cardon’s method, Biquadratic equations by Ferari’s method
Calculus Partial derivatives, curvature, asymptotes, envelopes and evolutes, maxima and minima of functions upto two variables, Beta and Gamma functions, double and triple integrals
Advanced Calculus Mean value theorems (Rolle’s, Lagrange’s, Taylor’s theorems), sequence and series with convergence properties
Complex analysis Continuity and differentiability of complex functions, Analytic functions, Cauchy – Riemman equation, Harmonic functions
Conformal mappings
Ordinary and partial differential equations Linear differential equations of first order and higher degree, Clairaut’s form, Linear differential equations of constant coefficients, ordinary homogeneous differential equations, Linear differential equations of second order with variable coefficients
Differential equations of first order, solution by Lagrange’s method
Vector calculus Gradient, divergence and curl, identities related to them
Line, surface and volume integrals
Applications of Gauss, Stoke’s and Green’s theorems
Three dimensional geometry Direction ratios and cosines, straight line, plane, sphere, cone and cylinder
Statics Equilibrium of co-planner forces, moments, friction, virtual work catenary
Dynamics Velocities and acceleration along radial and transverse directions and along tangential and normal directions, simple harmonic motion, Rectilinear motion under variable laws, Hook’s law and problems, projectiles
Paper II-Mathematics Part – III (Post Graduation Standard)
Linear Algebra and Metric Space Vector spaces, linear dependence and independence, bases, dimensions, linear transformations, matrix representation, algebra of matrices, characteristic roots and vectors, determinants, Cayley – Hamilton theorem
Metric Spaces Bounded and unbounded metric spaces
Open and closed sets in a metric space, Cantor’s ternary set, closure, bases, product spaces
Integral transforms and special functions Hyper-geometric functions, Legendre’s polynomials, Bessel’s functions
Recurrence relations and orthogonal properties
Laplace transform, inverse Laplace transform
Fourier sine and cosine transforms
Convolution theorem
Differential Geometry and Tensors Curves in spaces, Curvature, Torsion, Skew curvature, Serret - Frenet formulae
Helices Osculating circle and sphere
Types of tensors and their algebraic properties
Christoffel’s symbols, covariant and contravariant differentiation, Geodesics
Numerical analysis Newton’s formula for forward and backward interpolation for equal intervals, Divided difference, Newton’s Lagrange’s, Starling’s and Bessel’s interpolation formulae
Optimization Technique’s Convex set and its properties
Solution of a L.P.P. by using Simplex methods
Duality, Assignment, Transportation and Game theory
Paper II - Mathematics - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - Mathematics-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -Mathematics -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II - Mathematics-Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Constructivist principles based Teaching
Paper II Home Science (Senior Secondary Level)
Home Science Education meaning, definition, scope, objectives and history
Changing concept of different areas of Home Science
Definition, functions and classification of foods
Nutrients and their composition, sources and functions
Balanced diet
Methods of cooking
Home Management definition
Motivating Factors Value, goals and standard
Resources Classification and characteristics
Income Definition, meaning and types
Budget Steps
Saving and Investment
Fibre Types and properties- Natural and Man-Made
Yarn construction
Weaving Types
General principles of clothing construction
Definition of Child Development, Human Development
Scope of Human Development
Principles of growth and Development
Role of Heredity and Environment
Life span stages
Types of Development
Definition of Developmental tasks and different tasks, different stages of human development
Characteristics of different age groups and their physiological and behavioral problems
Meaning, concepts and scope of special education and classification of children with special needs
Paper II Home Science (Graduation Level)
Changing concepts of Home Science
Areas of Home Science Objectives and scope of each area
Professional organizations and Research Institutes, contributing to different areas of Home Science
Formal, Non-formal and Informal education
Programme planning, Implementation and Evaluation
Government and NGO's Development Programmes
Meaning, definition, principles and basic elements of extension education
Extension teaching methods
Communication concepts and meanings
Different types of communication Aids
Nutrients Their composition and sources
Recommended dietary allowances and deficiences
Nutritive value of important cereals, pulses, vegetables, fruits, milk and milk products, eggs, meat and fish
Methods of cooking Their effects on nutrients and methods of enhancing the nutrients value of foods
Selection, purchase and storage of foods
Food spoilage
Food preservation Importance, principles and methods
Food adulteration Causes, identification, preventive and control measures , food laws and standards, labels, etc
Changing trends in food consumption Fast foods, junk foods etc
Nutritional status Concept, assessment methods
Principles of meal planning
Diets of normal individual of different ages, sex, profession and physiological condition.(Pregnant and lactation)
Dietary management during different diseases
Concept and type of community health and community nutrition
Nutrition problems of community and implication for public health
Current situation in India
Nutritional Assessment and Surveillance
Nutrition and health communication
Management Process Planning, controlling and evaluation
Decision making
Management of resources Time, money and energy
Work simplification Meaning, importance and its application in various household activities
Introduction of foundation of art Design, elements and principle of design
House planning/space designing
Selection and types of furniture and furnishing
Financial and legal consideration Availability of funds for having housing
Interior designing and Principles of arrangements
Definition, meaning and need of consumer
Market, consumer education methods, contents and sources
Consumer Aids and consumer protection
Taxation Need, types, effect of tax on work and saving
Wills and trusts
Early identification, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of each category of children with special needs
Meaning, importance and objectives of Early Childhood care and Education
Different types of Early Childhood Care and Education Centers
Meaning and concept of developmentally appropriate programme /practice (DAP) Planning, Implementation and Evaluation of Early Childhood Programme
Concept of adolescent and adolescence stage and problems of adolescence stage
Meaning and definition of marriage, types and functions of marriage, factors of mate selection
Meaning and definition of family, types of family
Population education and dynamics
Yarn making, weaving and other methods of fabric construction and their effect on appearance, durability and maintenance of garments
Different types of finishes
Selection, care and storage of different types of clothes including readymade garments
Importance of clothing, social and psychological aspects of clothing
Functions of clothing construction drafting and making of paper patterns
Body measurement Importance of taking body measurements and its relation to sizes and different types of garments
Preparation of fabric cutting Layout, pinning, marking and cutting
Wardrobe planning
Selection of fabrics and garments for adolescent, men and women
Selection and buying fabrics for various users
Elements, principles of design in clothing
Traditional Textile of India
Fashion Terminology and fashion cycle
Paper II Home Science (PG Level )
Extension Management and Administration
Extension Programme Management
Adoption and Different of Homestead technologies
Participating Extension Approaches RRA, PRA and PLA
Participating Communication
Extension Planning methods
Communication Strategy
Print and Oral Communication
Women Empowerment
Entrepreneurship
Different methods of enhancing the nutritive value of foods Forification
Food adulteration Causes, identification preventive and control measures
Inter-relationship of agriculture, food, nutrition, health and population
Energy needs, basal metabolism and total energy requirement
Digestion, absorption and utilization of major nutrients
Nutritional status
Nutritional problems in the country with special references to Rajasthan Nutrition Intervention
Dietary management during different diseases
Nutrition Policy in India
Nutrition problems of community and implication for public health
Different organizations / Programmes working for children with special needs
Administration and Supervision of Early Childhood Care and Education Centres / institutes
Need of Guidance and Counseling at each life span stage of development
Marital adjustment, legal aspects of marriage Role of mother and father in the family
Functions (Traditional and Modern) of the family and factors affecting family functions
Meaning and stages of family life-cycle
Family welfare organizations (Government and Non Government) in India
Parenting Styles and impact of these styles on the children
Family planning measures, Reproductive Health
Family disorganization
Factors influencing residential planning
Space designing according to various activities and family needs
Kitchen Types and Storage ergonomics
Illumination Purpose, Types
Lightening – types – unit of measurement, glare
Fixtures – types & selection
Furniture Types & selection
Furnishing & accessories Types & selection
Work ergonomics Meaning & Concept
Work physiology Introduction, definition & types of work static and dynamic
Physiological factors influencing
Working environment
Fashion terminology, sources, fashion cycle and season
Factors favouring of fashion cycle and season, Consumer demand and fashion marketing and fashion change
Paper pattern Basic designing
Draping
Readymade Garment need and Criteria
Future trends in fashion technology
Dyes and their effects
Paper II - Home Science - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - Home Science-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -Home Science -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II - Home Science-Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Constructivist principles based Teaching
Paper II-History (Senior Secondary Level)
Main characteristics of Ancient Indian Culture
Geographical features and Geo-strategic boundaries of India
Pre historic period
Indus and Vedic cultures, Urbanization, Polity, Society growth of literature, philosophy, religion and ethics
Mahajanpad Period Jainism, Buddhism and Puranic Sects
Sultanate period State, Polity, Society and Cultural development
Bhakti Movement, Sufism, cultural synthesis
Coming of Europeans in India Political, Social and Economic condition of India in 18th century
Establishment of Colonial Rule in India since 1757 to 1857, Bengal, Mysore and Maratha resistance
Growth of British Paramountcy
Making of Indian Constitution and its salient features
Ancient Civilizations Nile, Greek, Rome and China
Emergence of Christianity and Islam
Paper II-History (Graduation Level )
Rise of Empires Haryank, Mauryas, Shungas, Satvahnas, Guptas and Vardhanas
Polity, Society, Economy, Trade and Commerce, development of Art and Architecture, Literature and Science
Emergence of Rajput states Sangam age
Indian culture abroad
Mughal Imperialism State, Polity, Economy, Society, development of Art and Architecture, literature, Agriculture, Trade and Commerce
Indian struggle against the British Rule prior to 1857
Revolt of 1857 Nature, events, importance and results
Socio-Religious Reforms Rise of Nationalism, Role of Education, Press and the eminent leaders
Indian Freedom Struggle- 1885 to 1919
Constitutional development of India after 1858
Renaissance and Reformation in Europe
American war of Independence
French Revolution and Napolean Bonaparte
Industrial Revolution and Mercantilism
Unification to Italy and Germany
Circumstances leading to the I World War
Totalitarianism Nazism and Fascism
II World War Causes and results
Paper II-History (PG Level)
Cholas, Chalukyas and Pallavas, their contribution towards the development of Polity, Art and Architecture
Rise of Sikhs, Jats and Marathas with special reference to Shivaji's conquests and Administration
Gandhian Era Gandhi and National Movement, Role and Contribution of Jawahar Lal Nehru, Subhash Chandra Bose, Maulana Azad, Vallabh Bhai Patel, C. Rajgopalachari, Rajendra Prasad and Bhim Rao Ambedkar in the Indian National Movement
Muslim League, Role of Zinnah and Partition of India
Growth of Liberalism, Socialism and Nationalism in Europe
Russian Revolution and Chinese Revolution
Internationalism League of Nations and United Nations
Paper II - History - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - History-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -History -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II - History-Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Constructivist principles based Teaching
Paper II-Hindi
Paper II-Geography (Senior Secondary Level)
Interior of earth, rocks, earthquakes and Volcanoes, Plate techtonics, work of wind, running waters, Glaciers
Structure and Composition of Atmosphere, Insolation and Heat budget, major climatic regions of World
Relief features of the Oceans, salinity, tides, ocean currents
India Location, physiographic divisions, climate, vegetation, soils
Population: distribution and density and growth
Disaster management: flood, draught, landslides
Major crops, Minerals, Iron and Steel Industry, Cotton and Textile Industry
Environment Pollution, sustainable development
Human geography Definition, scope and principles
Primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary activities
Transportation communication and Trade
Distribution, density and growth of world Population
Human development concept
Scales, Projections, Spatial information technology, mean, median, mode, standard deviation, correlation
Paper II-Geography (Graduation Level)
Physical geography Isostasy, Earth movements, Inversion of Temperature, pressure belts and wind circulation
Classification of climates of the world: Koppen's, Thornwait
Ocean deposits
Formation of Coral Reefs and Atolls
Human geography Modern school of thought in Human Geographypossibilism, determinism, neo-determinism
Migration its causes and types
Distribution of important races of the world
Economic geography Natural resources and their distribution
Agricultural regions of the world
Industrial regions of the world
Definition, scope, nature and purpose of Geography, contribution of Greek Geographers, Roman Geographers
Works of Humboldt, Ritter, Ratzel, Hartshorne, Huntington, Blache and Carl Saur
Rajasthan Physiography, climate, vegetation, soils, irrigation
Major crops, chief minerals, major Industries
Population distribution and density
Desertification, Agro-climate regions
Paper II-Geography (PG Level)
Geography of Thought Dualism in geography
Behavioural geography
Recent trends in geography
Development of geography in India
Geomorphology Fundamental concepts, slope evolution
Application of Geomorphic mapping
Environmental Geomorphology
Economic geography Theories of Plant location: Weber's Least Cost theory
Economic regions of India
Urban Geography Origin and growth of Towns in Ancient Medival and Modern period
Umland principles of Town Planning
Agricultural geography Von Thunen's Agricultural Location theory
Green revolution in India
Agro-forestry importance and its scope in India
Population geography Theories of Population: Malthusian and optimum
The population policy of Government of India
Political geography Development of Political Geography
Concepts of Mackinder
The Unified field theory of Political Geography by B.S. Jones
Frontiers Boundaries and Buffer zones
Paper II - Geography - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - Geography-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -Geography -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II - Geography-Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Constructivist principles based Teaching
Paper II-English-Part – I (Senior Secondary Level)
Determiners
Tenses
Transformations Direct – Indirect
Active - Passive
Negatives, Interrogatives
Simple to compound and complex
Auxiliaries
Prepositions
Phrasal verbs and idioms
Reading comprehension
Precis writing
Letter writing
Report writing
Paper II-English-Part – II (Graduation Level)
Poetry Milton: On His Blindness
John Donne : Go and Catch a Falling Star
Wordsworth : Daffodils
Shelley - Ode to the West Wind
Keats - Ode on a Grecian Urn
Browning - My Last Duchess
Nissim Ezekiel - Night of the Scorpion
Kamla Das - Dance of the Eunuchs
Drama Shakespeare: Macbeth
As You Like It
Prose Bacon: Of Studies
Lamb: In Praise of Chimney Sweepers
Fiction Hardy: The Mayor of Casterbridge
R.K. Narayan : The Vendor of Sweets
An Acquaintance with Literary Forms and Figures of Speech
Phonetic Transcription, Word-Stress
Paper II-English-Part – III (Post-Graduation Level)
T.S. Eliot The Waste Land
Harold Pinter The Birthday Party
Anita Desai Cry, the Peacock
Varieties of Languages Creole, Pidgin,Code - Switching, Code - Mixing
Paper II - English - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - English-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -English -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II - English-Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Constructivist principles based Teaching
Paper II-Economics (Senior Secondary Level)
Meaning and Definition of Economics
Central Problems of an economy and Problem of choice
Economic systems Characteristics and functions
Consumer equilibrium Cardinal and ordinal approach
Demand and its Determinants, concept of elasticity of demand
Production function Law of variable proportions and Returns to Scale, various concepts of costs and revenues and their relationships
Forms of market and their characterstics, determination of Price and output under perfect competition and monopoly
National Income- Concepts and their interrelationships Concepts and their interrelationships
Circular flow of National Income, GNP and Welfare, measurement of national income
Money- Meaning and functions Meaning and functions
Supply of money(M1,M2,M3,M4), functions of commercial banks and central bank, Repo Rate and Reverse Repo Rate
Meaning and determinants of economic development, characteristics of Under developed countries
Balance of payments Meaning and components, Balance of Trade
Problems of Indian Economy Poverty, Unemployment and inequality in India
Economic Planning in India, Objectives and achievements of 12th five year Plan
Measures of central tendency Arithmetic Mean, Median and Mode
Paper II-Economics (Graduation Level)
Theory of consumer behaviour Marshallian Utility Analysis and Hick's Indifference Curve Analysis
Consumer and producer’s surplus
Hick's and Slutskey Price Effect
Price and output determination in imperfect competition (Oligopoly and Monopolistic Competition)
Macroeconomic variables, stock and flow variables
Consumption hypothesis
Multiplier Assumptions and Leakage, Dynamic and Static Multiplier, Accelerator, Trade Cycle, Control of Trade Cycle
Theories of demand for Money, Liquidity Trap
Quantity theory of money
Inflation Types and Control, Phillip curve
Objectives and tools of Monetary and Fiscal Policies
Free trade and protection(Customs,Quota,License)
Theories of trade Comparative cost and opportunity cost, Terms of Trade
Foreign Direct Investment, WTO, World Bank and IMF
Demographic Dividend in India
Measurement of development, HDI, PQLI
Concepts and Various measurement of poverty in India
Functional relationship in Economics and use of graphs, measures of dispersion, correlation and Index Number
Main features of economy of Rajasthan Forest,water, mineral and Livestock resources
Drought and Famine
Tourism development
Main features of agricultural and industrial development of Rajasthan Current Industrial Policy and agricultural policy, green revolution and food security, Bio-diversity and Nano-Technology(only concept)
Flagship Programmes of Government of Rajasthan
Paper II-Economics (Post Graduate Level)
Welfare economics Pareto optimality and new welfare economics
Concept of Green Accounting
IS-LM Model Relative effectiveness of Monetary and Fiscal Policy
Post Keynesian theories of determination of income and output
Mundell Fleming Model
Theories of trade cycle Counter Cyclical Policies
Growth models Lewis model, Harrod-Domar, Kaldor, Solow
Regression analysis Concept of growth rate, methods of data collection and their presentation, probability, Sampling(only concept)
Economic reforms Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization, External and Financial Sector Reforms
Theories of international trade Heckscher-Ohlin Theorem
Current foreign trade policy
Environment and development trade-off and concept of sustainable development
Paper II - Economics - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - Economics-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -Economics -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II - Economics-Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Paper II Drawing and Painting (Senior Secondary Level)
Knowledge of Art and its Development Ancient Literature on Art and Craft (specially Painting and Sculpture)
Elements of Art and Principles of composition
Medium and Techniques of Painting
Indian prehistoric Painting from prehistoric to Modern period Prehistoric Art, Buddhist Art (Ajanta and Bagh Painting)
Post Medival period- Apbransh Jain Painting, Mughal Painting, Deccan Style of Painting, Rajasthani and Pahari Painting, Painting during British period(company style)
New trends of Painting, Bengal Style of Painting and its Artists
Paper II Drawing and Painting (Graduation Level)
Three dimensional and Two dimensional Art
Drawing and Rendering
History of Indian and Rajasthani Sculpture Prehistoric, Mohan Jodaro and Harrappa, Ajanta, Gupta period, Maurya Period, Sanchi, Bharhut, Amrawati, Kushan, Gandhar, Mathura, Modern Sculpture and Modern Sculptors
Modern period Indian and Rajasthani contemporary Artists
Paper II Drawing and Painting
Indian Ras Theory Bharat Muni, Bhatt Nayak and Abhinava Gupta
Impressionist, Post Impressionist, Fauvism and Cubism it's main artists and main Art work
Paper II - Drawing and Painting - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - Drawing and Painting-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -Drawing and Painting -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II - Drawing and Painting-Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Paper II-Commerce (Senior Secondary Level)
Principles of Book-keeping, Double Entry System
Subsidiary books, Final Accounts, Adjustment Entries, Opening and closing entries
Trial balance and rectification of errors
Depreciation, provisions and reserves
Accounting for bills of exchange transactions
Partnership accounts
Company accounts Issue of shares, forfeiture and re-issue of shares, redemption of shares and debentures
Computers in Accounting
Business Organization Sole - partnership, joint stock company
Principles of management Concept, nature and significance
Capital markets and types Primary and secondary market
Marketing Meaning, functions and role
Statistics for economics Measures of central Tendency, Measures of dispersion and introduction to Index Numbers
Poverty Absolute and relative
Main programmes for poverty alleviation : A critical assessment
Rural development Key issues, credit and marketing
Role of cooperatives Agricultural diversification, alternative farming ,organic farming
Employment Formal and informal, growth and other issues, Problems and policies
Economic reform since 1991 Need and main features
Liberalization, globalization and privatization
Paper II-Commerce (Graduation level)
Financial statements Meaning and Analysis
Tools for financial statement analysis
Cash flow statement
Cost accounting Meaning and Definition
Element of cost Material, Labour, and overhead
Auditing Meaning and Objectives
Audit of companies Appointment, Rights, Duties and Liabilities of auditor
The Indian contract Act 1872( Section 1 to 75)
Consumer protection act 1986
Functions of management Planning , Organizing, Staffing, Directing and Controlling
Company secretary Position, Duties and Qualification
Human resource Meaning, Scope, Role, and Functions
Meaning and nature of Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship in Rajasthan
Economic environment Meaning, Factors affecting economic Environment, Indian Economic Environment and basic feature of Indian economy
New Economic Policies and its effects
Foreign trade of India Volume, Composition and Direction
Export Promotion Various measures
New Export Import policies of Govt. Of India
Economic modals Meaning , Purpose and Types
National income Definition, Measurement, Distribution and Economic Welfare
Paper II-Commerce (P. G. Level)
Financial management Working capital management, Capital budgeting
Business Statistics Probability
Consumer Behavior and buying motives
Marketing Analysis and Research
Role of advertising in marketing and advertise in strategies
Media Management
Public finance Central budget, Deficit, Fiscal management
Problems of Indian banking Central and Commercial banking, Banking sector reforms
Monetary and Fiscal Policies
Finance Commission
Paper II - Commerce - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - Commerce-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -Commerce -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II -Commerce -Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Paper II-Chemistry - Part – I (Senior Secondary Standard)
Atomic structure Fundamental Particles, Modern concept of atomic structure, quantum numbers, Aufbau principle, Pauli’s exclusion principle, Hund’s Rules
Electronic configuration of elements, classification of elements and periodicity in properties, s, p, d and f Block elements
Transition elements Transition elements, electronic configuration, absorption spectra including charge transfer spectra and magnetic properties, co-ordination compounds (Werner’s theory)
Nomenclature (IUPAC) Isomerism, Elementary M.O. approach for metallic bond and bond order
Conductors, insulators, semiconductors and super conductors
Lanthanides and actinides Electronic configuration, oxidation states, Lanthanide and Actinide contraction, principles of isolation and application
Chemical Kinetics & Surface Chemistry Rate of chemical reaction, order of reaction, factors affecting rate of reactions, Physical adsorption and chemosorption, colloids and emulsions
Solutions Types of solutions, solubility and concentrations, vapour pressure, Ideal and real solutions, properties and calculations of molar mass
Thermodynamics Laws of thermodynamics, zeroth and first law and their applications, concept of work and heat, Gibb’s energy, enthalpy and entropy
Alkanes, Alkenes, Dienes and Halo-alkanes Classification, nomenclature (R,S), methods of preparations and chemical reactions of alkanes, alkenes, alkadienes and haloalkanes
Aldehydes, Ketones, Carboxylic Acids and their derivatives Classification, nomenclature, methods of preparation, chemical reactions of aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and their derivatives
Aromaticity and Arenes Aromaticity, Benzene, Alkyl-arenes, structure of benzene, electrophilic substitution reactions, orientation of functional groups
Bio-molecules Elementary treatment of carbohydrates, proteins, enzymes, vitamins & nucleic acids
Paper II-Chemistry - Part – II (Graduation Standard)
Chemical bonding Theories of chemical bonding, VB and MO theories of Diatomic molecules, VSEPR theory, Quantum mechanics, Schrodinger’s wave equation for one electron system
Co-ordination Complexes Details of Crystal field theory for weak and strong field complexes
Comparison of VB and CFT theories
Factors affecting 10 Dq
Thermodynamic aspects of Crystal fields, John-Teller effect
Co-ordination chemistry of Lanthanides and Actinides Co-ordination behaviour of Lanthanides and Actinide complexes
Magnetic and spectroscopic properties
Chemical dynamics Zero, first and second order reactions
Collision and Transition state theories and their comparison
Electrochemistry Electrochemical and Galvanic cells, theory of strong electrolytes
Debye and Huckel theory of activity coefficient, Nernst equation, Ionic equilibria
Fuel cells
Enthalpy and Entropy Enthalpy and its changes at constant pressure and temperature
Entropy as a function of temperature and volume
Hess’s Law of constant heat summation, Gibbs and Helmoltz functions
Conformations and Configuration Conformation of alkanes (ethane, butane)
Configuration of alkenes (E/Z) nomenclature
Conformations of cyclo-hexane
Name Reactions Nucleophilic Addition reactions and mechanism of Aldol, Cannizzaro, Perkin, Stobbe, Benzoin, Reformatsky, Knovengel, Baeyer–Villiger, Wittig and Mannich reactions
Halo, Nitro, Amino-Arenes and Diazonium Salts Preparations, Chemical properties, elimination and addition mechanism and synthetic applications of diazonium salts
Polymers and drugs Polymers, Types of polymerization, natural and synthetic polymers
Drugs (antacids, anti-histamines, analgesics, antipyretics, antibiotics and antifertility)
Paper II-Chemistry - Part – III (Post Graduation Standard)
Molecular Orbital Theory M.O. Theory of polyatomic molecules (AX2, AX3 and AX4)
Organometallic compounds Organometallic compounds of Li, Mg, Sn and Fe. Structure, bounding and Applications
Super Heavy Elements Super heavy elements, electronic configuration and their positions in the periodic table
Kinetics and Catalysis Kinetics of photo-chemical reactions, Acid-Base and Enzyme catalysis
Electrochemistry Measurement of E.M.F., Kohlrausch’s Law and its applications, Membrane equilibria
Thermodynamics Third Law of Thermodynamics and Joule-Thompson’s experiment
Substitutions and Elimination Reactions SN 1 , SN 2 , SN i , E1 and E2 reactions of haloalkanes, Preparation and Chemical reactions of phenols, ethers and epoxides
α,β- Unsaturated Aldehydes and Ketones Reactions of α,β- Unsaturated Aldehydes and Ketones, Michael addition, Favorskii rearrangement
Pericyclic reactions Electrocyclic, Cyclo-addition and Sigmatropic rearrangement, Photo-organic chemistry of alkenes
Environmental Pollution and Spectroscopy Ozone depletion, Green house effect, Global warming
Elementary idea of IR, UV and NMR techniques
Paper II - Chemistry - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - Chemistry-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -Chemistry -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II -Chemistry -Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Paper II-Biology-Part – I (secondary level)
Taxonomy Definition of life, Biodiversity, Need for classification, concept of species and taxonomical hierarchy, Binominal nomenclature, Tools for study of taxonomy – Museums, Zoos, Herbaria, Botanical gardens
Classification of Living organism, five kingdom system
Salient features and classification of plants (major groups upto class)
Life cycle of Algae, Fungi, Bryophytes, Pteridophyta, Gymnosperm and Angiosperm
Structural organization in animals and plants Animal Tissue : Types, Origin, Location, Structure and functions
Plant tissue : Anatomy of root, stem, and leaves of monocots and dicots
Morphology, anatomy and functions of Morphological types Inflorescence, flower and fruits
Cell structure and functions Concept of Cell Theory
Structure of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell
Plant and Animal cell
Structure, properties and functions of cell surface - cell process, cell organelles-structure and function
Chromosomes – Structure, types, aberrations
Chemical constituents of living cells : Biomolecules - Structure and functions of proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids
Enzymes – Types, properties and enzyme action
Cell cycle
Cell division - mitosis, meiosis and their significance
Animal physiology Digestion and absorption
Breathing and Respiration
Body fluids and circulation
Excretory product and their elimination
Locomotion and Movement
Neural control and coordination
Chemical coordination and regulation
Reproduction
Reproduction in plants Vegetative, Asexual and Sexual Reproduction
Structure of flower, Pollination, Fertilization, Development of embryo
Genetics and evolution Mendelion Inheritance: chromosome Theory of Inheritance Sex determination in human beings
Linkage and crossing over
Origin of life – theories and evidence
Biology and human welfare Basic concepts of immunology, vaccines, Pathogens, Parasites, Cancer, AIDS
Ecology and environment Organism and its environment
Population and ecological adaptations
Environmental factors (climatic, edaphic and biotic )
Ecosystems- components, types, energy flow
Food chain, food web
Paper II-Biology-Part – II (Graduation Level)
Taxonomy Salient features and classification of non chordata and chordata upto order level with examples
Symmetry, coelom, metamerism, arthropodization
Floral variations in Ranunculaceae, Apiaceae, Asteraceae and Poaceae
Biology and human welfare Economic importance of protozoa, Helminthes, molluscs and insects
Plant utilization- cereals (wheat, Rice), Fiber yielding plants (cotton, Jute), Vegetable oils (Groundnut, Mustard), Spices (Coriandor, Fenugreek and cumin ), Medicinal Plants (Commiphora , witharnia ) Beverages (Tea, Coffee)
Biotechnology and its applications Definition, scope and application
Recombinants DNA technology
Transgenic animals and plants
Application in Health and Agriculture
Tissue culture-methods and application
Environmental biology Plant and animal succession
Biogeochemical cycles: Carbon, Nitrogen, Phosphorus
Environmental Pollution, Air, Water and Noise and Soil Pollution
Structure (External Internal), Reproduction and life cycle of the following Amoeba, Obelia, Taenia, Ascaris, Pheretima , Periplanata, Rana, Rabbit
Embryology Gametogenesis, Spermatogenesis and Oogenesis, Fertilization, Cleavage, Blastula, Gastrula-Morphogenetic movement, Fate maps, embryonic induction, Metamorphosis of frog
Regeneration, Amphibian limb regeneration
Extra-embryonic membranes in chick, placenta in mammals
Endocrine control of ovulation, pregnancy, parturition and lactation
Plant physiology Water relations, Transpiration, Photosynthesis, Respiration, Growth, Mineral Nutrition, Plant movements, Nitrogen and Lipid Metabolism
Biostatistics Mean, Mode, Median, Standard deviation, Tabular and graphical representation of data-table, histogram, Pie diagram, bar diagram, line graph
Paper II-Biology-Part – III (Post graduation level)
Technique in Biology Electrophoresis, Centrifugation, Chromatography, Colorimetery, Spectrophotometery, ELISA
Microscopy Principle of light, Phase contrast and Electron microscope
Ethology A brief account of types of behavioral of animals - Feeding , Learning, Instinctive, Motivated, Social and Reproductive
Biogeography and Wild life conservation Endemism, Hot spots, Plant and Animal distribution with special reference to Rajasthan
Wild life conservation
Biosphere reserves, wild life sanctuaries and National Parks
Paper II - Biology - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School effectiveness
Paper II - Biology-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -Biology -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II -Biology -Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Paper II-Agriculture-Senior Secondary Level
Indian agriculture History, branches, scope and importance
Climate and weather
Soil - Composition, soil texture, structure, factors affecting soil structure, soil temperature, soil air
Problematic soils, their formation and reclamation
Soils of Rajasthan
Nutrients and fertilizers, Irrigation and drainage
Agricultural implements and mechanisation
Organic FarmingDefinition, importance,vermicompost, green manuring, biofertilizers, sustainable agriculture
Weed- definition, characteristics, classification, losses, weed control methods
Dryland farming and crop rotation- definition, importance and principles
Tillage- Definition, objectives, types, tilth
Cultivation of important crops: cereals and millets,pulses, oilseeds,fodder, commercial, fibre crops and seed spices
Importance of fruits and vegetables in human diet Crop diversification and processing industry
Orchard- location and layout, ornamental and kitchen gardening
Planting system, training, pruning, intercropping, protection from frost and sunburn
Tree, shrubs, climbers, annuals, perennials- definition with examples
Propagation by seed, cutting, layering, budding and grafting
Nursery, its objectives and raising of seedlings
Scope and importance of medicinal crops
Cultivation practices, processing and marketing of: fruit crops- (mango, papaya, banana, guava, citrus, grapes
Brinjal, datepalm pomegranate)vegetables– (radish, carrot, potato, onion, cauliflower, brinjal, tomato, spinach, okra, chilli and cabbage),flowers– (gladiolus, canna, chrysanthemum, roses and marigold)
Principles and methods of fruit and vegetable preservation
Preparation of jellies, jams, ketchup, chips, pickles and their packaging
Importance of livestock and poultry in national economy Development of milk industry in India
Important Indian and exotic breeds of cattle, buffalo, sheep, goat, camel and poultry
Different livestock development programmes of government of India
Breeding, feeding, housing and health management of livestock and poultry
Factors affecting milk yield and composition
Importance of dairy and poultry products
Paper II-Agriculture-Graduation Level
Agro-climatic zones of India and Rajasthan, Agroecological Regions, Adaptation and distribution of crops Climatic variables
Basics of weather forecasting
Modern concepts of tillage
Conservation agriculture
Straight and complex fertilizers, foliar application
Plant nutrients: occurrence, cycling in soils and their availability
INM concept
Cropping and farming systems
Organic farming: principles, objectives, certification, labelling and accreditation process
Water resources of India and Rajasthan
Methods and systems of irrigation
Water management in crops
Soil plant water relation
Quality of irrigation water, CU,WR, drainage
Dryland agriculture in India and Rajasthan
Watershed, Moisture Conservation, Monsoon, Contingent crop Planning
Agronomy of important crops
Weed biology and ecology
Herbicide selectivity
Adjuvants
Agriculture Statistics Measurement of Central Tendency, Corelation, Regression, Test of Significance, F& Chi Square test, Experimental designs, CRD, RBD, SPD. Farm power and machinery
Soil fertility evaluation, nutrient recommendation Formation and management of saline, saline sodic, sodic and acid soils
Micro-organisms in soils and their role
Physical, Chemical and Biological properties of soil
Clay minerals, Soil reaction and buffering capacity
Ornamental gardening, Vegetables Type of farming and classification
Raising of seedling in nursery and portray
Cultivation of important vegetables
Propagation and cultivation of important fruits of Rajasthan
Physiological disorders of important fruit and vegetable crops
Seed spices production technology
Post harvest management of horticultural crops
Intrtoduction to forestry and hitech horticulture
Cell and cell division Mendelian principles of heredity, Multiple alleles and blood groups
Linkage, crossing over mechanisms, changes in chromosome, polygenes and continuous variations, cytoplasmic inheritance
Genetic material, modes of reproduction and pollination, apomixes, self – incompatibility and male sterility, domestication, acclimatization, introduction
Centre of origin, Plant genetic resources, its utilization and conservation
Variation – its causes and importance
Principles and breeding methods of self & cross pollinated crops and vegetatively propagated crops, Breeding for biotic and abiotic stresses
Heterosis and inbreeding depression, population improvement, polyploidy, mutation and mutation breeding, release and notification of varieties, Patenting, PPV&FR Act 2001, Plant Breeders and & Farmer’s Rights
Seed technology, seed production of important crops of Rajasthan Minimum seed certification standards
Seeds Act, Seeds Control Order
Chemistry of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and plant (phyto) hormones Chemistry of Nucleic acids and their functions
Outlines of metabolism of carbohydrate, lipid and protein
General account of enzymes, coenzymes and secondary metaboliets
Brief out lines of plant tissue culture and plant biotechnology
Molecular markers and their application in Agriculture
Photosynthesis and photorespiration Respiration
Physiology of flowering, Photoperiodism
Physiology of growth, PGRs and their role
Seed development, germination and dormancy
Classification of economically important insects and mites upto family level Study of ecosystems and wild life preservation
Insect dominance
Concept and principles of IPM, Components of IPM: Physical, mechanical, cultural, chemical (including novel insecticide molecules), biological, legal and other modern approaches
Identification, nature of damage, bionomics and management of insect-pests and mites of agricultural importance
Lac culture, sericulture and apiculture
Milestones in plant pathology and nematology Terms and concepts of Plant Pathology
General introduction to plant pathoganic organisms (Fungi, Bacteria,Nematodes Virus,Viroids)
Causes and classification of plant diseases
Classification of plant pathoganic fungi, bacteria and nematodes
Morphology, growth, nutrition and reproduction of fungi and bacteria
Phanerogamic parasites
Symptoms, etiology and management of important diseases of major cereals, pulses, oilseeds, fruits, vegetables, spices & cash crops
Fungicides and antibiotics for plant disease management.
Meaning and definition of extension Meaning and definition of extension education, philosophy of extension, process of extension education, basic concepts in extension (need, knowledge, attitude, skill, behavior, objectives, rural leadership and motivation)
Rural social institutions, caste, family and social groups
Extension programmes in India
Teaching- learning process, teaching methods, use of audiovisual aids in training & communication process
Organizing trainings, front line demonstrations, field days, kisan mela, exhibition, compaign
Writing reports, radio talks, news, writing of farm literature and scientific information
Meaning and scope of Economics Basic concept : Goods and services, desire, want, demand, utility, cost and price, wealth, capital, income and welfare
Agricultural economics : meaning, definition, characteristics of agriculture, importance and its role in economic development
Demand : meaning and definition, kinds of demand, law of demand, demand schedule and demand curve, determinants of demand
Supply: Stock v/s supply, law of supply, supply schedule, supply curve, determinants of supply
Cost: Cost concepts, short run and long run cost curves
Concepts of rent, wage, interest and profit
National income: Meaning and importance, concepts of national income accounting and approaches to measurement
Tax : meaning, direct and indirect taxes, agricultural taxation, GST
Credit needs and its role in Indian Agriculture
Agricultural credit : meaning, definition and classification
3 R's, 5C's and 7P's of credit
Sources of agricultural finance : institutional and non-institutional sources
An introduction to higher financing institutions - RBI, NABARD, ADB, IMF, World bank, Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation of India
Financial statements- Balance Sheet and Income Statement
Meaning, concept and principles of farm management
Law of returns and returns to scale
Farm business analysis
Importance of farm records and accounts in managing a farm, farm inventory, balance sheet, profit and loss accounts
Meaning and importance of farm planning and budgeting, Concept of risk and uncertainty in agriculture production
Classification of feeding stuff and computation of balance ration for various categories of farm animals Conservation of feeds and fodder-hay and silage
Puberty, estrus cycle, pregnancy and parturition in farm animals
Milk secretion, composition, milking methods in dairy animals
Factors affecting milk yield and composition in farm animals
Breeding, feeding, housing and health management in livestock and poultry
Basis and methods of selection in livestock and poultry
Hatching, brooding and feeding management in poultry
Paper II-Agriculture-Post Graduation Level
Adverse climatic factors Remote sensing, Herbicidal resistance, site specific nutrient management, concept and importance of water shed management in dryland areas, Good agronomic practices
Agroforestry systems, Effect of excess water on plant growth and production, drought, measurement of irrigation water
Irrigation efficiencies, design of irrigation structures, Amelioration of salt affected soils
Protected cultivations of vegetables and flowers Role of PGR's in Horticulture, Micropropagation, Ripening and Maturity indices of important vegetables and fruits
Landscape, gardening and postharvest management of Flowers, dryland Horticulture
Transgenic plants in relation to IPM Exploitation of natural enemies in insect pest management, Semiochemicals and newer molecules of insecticides, biopesticides
Rearing of parasitoids and predators for inoculative and inundative release
Major epidemics and their social impact Edible fungi
Edible fungi General principles of plant disease management and IDM
Combining ability and nature of gene action Denaturation and renaturation, Gene amplification, Transposable genetic elements, Types/kinds of genes, Genomics and proteomics, Gene regulation, allel mining and TILLING
Bioinformatics, Nanotechnology, DNA sequencing, gene pyramiding, karyotyping, Alien addition and substituation lines, Endomitosis, Balanced Lethals
Pecularities of Agricultural Marketing Marketed and Marketable surplus
Functions of Agricultural Marketing
GST, e-NAM, Marketing efficiency, Regulated Markets
Factors affecting productive and reproductive efficiency in livestock and poultry Selection and breeding of livestock and poultry for higher production
Constraints of cattle, buffalo, sheep, goat and camel production in Rajasthan
Management of livestock and poultry under adverse climatic conditions
Economics of milk and egg production
Common nutritional disorders in livestock and poultry
Need assessment, bench mark survey and PRA technique Programme planning & evaluation, impact assessment
Paper II - Agriculture - Educational Psychology
Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning Learner,Teacher,Teaching-learning process,School
Paper II - Agriculture-Pedagogy
ICT Pedagogy Integration Concept of ICT
Concept of hardware and software
System approach to instruction
Computer assisted learning
Computer aided instruction
Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration
Paper II -Agriculture -Teaching Learning Material
Development of Learner Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner
Teaching – Learning Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students
Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching
Paper II -Agriculture -Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning
Managing Adolescent Learner Concept of mental health and adjustment problems
Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of adolescent
Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent
Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner Communication skills and its use
Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching
Different teaching approaches
Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning
Paper II-General Awareness and General Studies
History of Rajasthan and Indian History with special emphasis on Indian National Movement Development of Art, Science and Literature during Mouryan and Gupta Periods
Ancient Indian education system and educational institutions of learning, Indian cultural expansion abroad
Growth of education during British period, Freedom Struggle of 1857
Rise of Nationalist movement, Prominent leaders of national movement, V.D. Savarkar, Bankim Chandra, Lal, Bal, Pal, Chandra Shekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Ras Behari Bose, Subhash Chandra Bose.,
Social and religious renaissance- Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Dayanand Saraswati and Vivekanand
Mahatma Gandhi and National movement
Freedom Struggle of 1857 and Rajasthan
Peasant and labour movement
Vijay Singh Pathik, Arjun Lal Sethi, Kesari Singh and Joravar Singh Bareth
Shivaji and the Maratha Swaraj, Rajput polity, society and culture during 7 th to 12 th centuries
Bhakti movement and cultural synthesis, development of education, language, literature, Art and Architecture during Mugal Period
Maharana Pratap, struggle with the Mugals
Mental Ability Test Analogy, series completion, coding-decoding, blood relations, logical venn diagrams, alphabetical test, number ranking and time sequence test, mathematical operations
Arithmetical reasoning, data interpretation, data sufficiency, cubes and dice, construction of sequences and triangles
Statistics (Secondary Level) Collection of data, presentation of data, graphical representation of data, measures of central tendency, mean, mode, median of ungrouped and grouped data
Mathematics (Secondary Level) Natural, rational and irrational numbers, real numbers and their decimal expansions, operations on real numbers, laws of exponents for real numbers, rational numbers and their decimal expansions
Zeroes of a polynomial
Relationship between zeroes and coefficients of a polynomial
Division algorithm for polynomials
Algebraic methods of solution of pair of linear equations in two variables
Mensuration Surface area of a cuboid and a cube, right circular cylinder, right circular cone, sphere
Volume of a cuboid, cylinder, right circular cone and sphere, Surface area and volume of a combination of solids conversion of solid from shape to another
Language ability test : Hindi, English
General English Tenses/Sequence of Tenses
Voice : Active and Passive
Narration : Direct and Indirect
Use of Articles and Determiners
Use of Prepositions
Correction of sentences: Including subject, Verb, Agreement, Degrees of Adjectives, Connectives and words wrongly used
Glossary of official, Technical Terms (with their Hindi Versions)
Antonyms
Forming new words by using prefixes and suffixes
Confusable words
Current affairs Census of India and Raj 2011: Current Programmes of development in India with special reference to Rajasthan, Schemes of women Empowerment in India with special reference to Rajasthan
Census of India and Raj 2011:Skill developmement Programmes, Renewable Energy resources and their potential in India
Census of India and Raj 2011: Health and Hygiene Schemes of Rajasthan, Space programmes of India, Atomic Energy programmes, India and the world events of importance, Persons and places of India in current issues
Census of India and Raj 2011: Contemporary events in Science and Technology in India, National and International Awards and Prizes, Latest Books and Authors of India, Sports and games
General science Atoms and molecules: Chemical reactions and equations, Carbon and its compounds, Force and laws of motion, Work and energy, Tissues, Control and coordination, Heredity and evolution
Atoms and molecules: Management of natural resources, Protection of environment, Biodiversity and sustainable development
Indian Polity: Salient feature of the constitution of India, Indian Executive, Legislature, and Judiciary - Organization, Theory and practice, Elections in India
Indian Polity:The president of India, Election and emergency powers of the president
Indian Polity: Cabinet, Prime Minister and his powers
Indian Polity: Parliament, speaker and his functions
Indian Polity: Beurocratic set up of India
Indian Polity: Political parties and their role – Theory and practice
Indian Polity: Supreme court – Organization and powers, Commissions and Boards at -national level
Geography of Rajasthan: Location, extent, shape, size, physical features climate, demographic characterstics, agriculture, mineral resources, energy resources
Geography of Rajasthan: Tourism and transport
Geography of Rajasthan: Industries and trade
Educational Management, Educational scenario in Rajasthan, Right to Education Act 2009 Concept and functions of educational management:Educational management in Rajasthan, School as a unit of decentralized planning, Educational management information System(EMIS), Institutional planning
Educational Management, Educational scenario in Rajasthan, Right to Education Act 2010 School mapping, Block Resource Centre(BRC), School Management Committee(SMC), District Information System for Education(DISE), Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan(SSA), Rashtriya Madhyanik Shiksha Abhiyan(RMSA)
Educational Management, Educational scenario in Rajasthan, Right to Education Act 2011 Organisation of educational set up at primary and secondary in Rajasthan: Functions of RIE, SIERT, BSER, IASE, CTE, DIET, Rajasthan Educational Intiative, Balika Shiksha Foundation
Educational Management, Educational scenario in Rajasthan, Right to Education Act 2012 Organisation of educational set up at primary and secondary in Rajasthan:Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidalaya, Rajasthan text book board, Bharat Scouts and Guides
Educational Management, Educational scenario in Rajasthan, Right to Education Act 2013 Rasthriya Military school: Sainik school, Public school, Model school, E-Mitra, EGovernance, Rajshiksha, Edusat, Gyandarshan, Gyanvani
Educational Management, Educational scenario in Rajasthan, Right to Education Act 2014 Provisions of Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009

RPSC School Lecturer 2019 Exam Pattern

RPSC School Lecturer Paper 1 Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern of RPSC School Lecturer 2019 - Paper I (General Awareness and General Studies)

S No.

Subjects

Number of questions

Marks allotted

Time duration

1

Current affairs

10

20



One hour and thirty minutes

2

History of Rajasthan and Indian History with special emphasis on Indian National Movement

15

30

3

General Science, Indian Polity, Geography of Rajasthan 

15

30

4

Educational Management, Educational Scenario in Rajasthan, Right to Education Act, 2009

15

30

5

Mental Ability Test, Statistics (Secondary Level), Mathematics (Secondary Level), Language
Ability Test: Hindi, English

20

40

RPSC School Lecturer Paper 2 Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern of RPSC School Lecturer 2019 - Paper II (Concerned subject)

S No.

Subjects

Number of questions

Marks allotted

Time duration

1

Knowledge of Subject Concerned: Senior Secondary Level

55

110



Three hours 

2

Educational Psychology, Pedagogy, Teaching Learning Material, Use of Computers and
Information Technology in Teaching Learning

30

60

3

Knowledge of Subject Concerned: Graduation Level

55

110

4

Knowledge of Subject Concerned: Post Graduation Level

10

20

RPSC School Lecturer 2019 Admit Card

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RPSC School Lecturer 2019 Exam Centers

State City
Rajasthan Ajmer
Alwar
Bikaner
Jaipur
Jaisalmer
Jodhpur
Chittorgarh

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  • Pan Card
  • Aadhaar Card

RPSC School Lecturer 2019 Result

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