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National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the admit card of UGC NET 2019 for December session on November 9, 2019 in online mode. The last date to download admit card of UGC NET 2019 is December 6 only. Candidates can download admit card both way either through application number & date of birth and application number & password. Earlier NTA had extended the dates of filling the application form of UGC NET 2019 December session for Jammu and Kashmir candidates. Jammu and Kashmir candidates can fill the application form from November 4 to 8. NTA conducts University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) for two sessions - June and December, in online mode. NTA UGC NET 2019 The examination is held for determining the eligibility of candidates as Assistant Professors and for awarding Junior Research Fellowship. UGC NET is held in two stages – Paper 1 and Paper 2. Till July 2018, the examination would be conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), however, from December 2018 onward the exam has been conducted by NTA. Paper I is held for 50 questions against 100 marks, while Paper II is conducted for 100 questions against 200 marks. For each correct answer, candidates are given 2 marks.

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Languages Arabic, Assamese +19 More
Conducting Body: National Testing Agency
UGC NET Paper I - Duration 1 Hour +1 More

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UGC NET (Session Dec 2019)

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10 Nov, 2019 - 06 Dec, 2019

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31 Dec, 2019

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UGC NET 2019 Syllabus

UGC NET Paper II Syllabus

Anthropology
Introduction Aim
Scope
Historical development
Relationship with other sciences
Different branches of anthropology and their interrelatedness
Recent and emerging trends and major developments in all branches of anthropology (physical,archaeological and socio-cultural)
Fieldwork
Ethnography
Comparative method
Observation
Interview
Case study
Genealogical method
Schedules and questionnaires
Statistical tools of archaeological sites and data collection
Evolution Theories of evolution
Lamarckism
Neo-lamarckism
Darwinism
Neo-darwinism
Synthetic theory
Primates and fossils
Fossil records
Earliest primates and living primates
Comparison of morphological and anatomical features of man and ape erect posture and bipedalism
Theories of evolution -physical and social
Cultural processes and principles of evolution
Convergence
Divergence parallelism
Adaptive radiation
Speciation
Irreversibility
Theories of evolution -lamarckism and neo-lamarckism
Darwinism and neo-darwinism
National selection in man
Evolution and diffusion of culture
Theories of socio-cultural evolution -unilinear,multilinear,universal,neo-evolution
Bipedalism versus tool making
Biface technology and big game hunting
Development of language
Human colonization during late pleistocene
Emergence of early farming and village communities
Process of urbanisation
Methodological tools and techniques in physical, archaeological and social-cultural anthropology
Fossils Characteristics and phylogenetic position of early hominoids
Ramapithecus
Australopithecus africanus
Australopithecus boisei
Australopithecus robustus
Meganthropus
Homo habilis
Characteristics and phylogenetic position of homo erectus
Homo erectus javanensis
Homo erectus pekinensis
Homo sapiens neanderthalenis phylogenetic position
Salient features and distribution
La chapelle auxsaints
Rhodesian man
Classic and conservative
Progressive -steinheim
Ehringsdorf
Mount carmel
Evidence,distribution and characteristics of homo sapiens
Cro-magnon
Grimaldi
Predmost
Combe cappelle
Brunn
Chancelade
Offnet
Human genetics History and development
Scope and branches
Call structure and division
Mendel's laws
Patterns of inheritance
Autosomal dominant
Autosomal recessive
Codominance
Sex linked
Sex limited and sex controlled
Multiple alleles
Linkage and crossing-over
Lethal genes
Methods of studying inheritance
Twins
Sib-pair
Pedigree
Role of heredity and environment -stature
Skin colour
Intelligence
Genetics of blood groups
Abo system
Two-factor hypothesis
Rh system
Living human populations and human diversity
Concept of race
Criteria for racial classifications
Skin
Hair and eye colour
Stature
Eyes, lips and ears
Face and lower jaw
Blood groups
Dermatoglyphics
Distribution and characteristics
Caucasoid
Negroid
Mongoloid
Racial classifications
Deniker's
Hooton's
Coon
Garn and birdsell's
Racial classification of indian populations
Risley's
Guha's
Sarkar's
Chronology Relative
Absolute and cultural
Geological framework
Tertiary,quaternary -pleistocene
Holocene
Major climatic changes during pleistocene
Glacial and interglacial periods
Causes of ice ages
Pluvial and interpluvial periods
Moraines
River terraces
Loess
Sea-level changes -caves
Marine teasaces
Beach ridges
Relative dating
Terrace
Stratigraphy
Palaenology
Palaecutology
Absolute dating
Radio-carbon
Potassium-argon
Thermoluminescence
Dendrochronology
Cultural chronology
Three-age system
Stone age
Copper/bronze age
Iron age
Palaeolithic period
Lower palaeolithic
Middle palaeolithic
Upper palaeolithic
Mesolithic
Neolithic
Chalcolithic
Emergence of metal technology
Urban revolution
Typo-technology and Palaeolithic cultural features Percussion technique
Primary and secondary making
Block-on-block/anvil technique
Stone hammer technique
Cylinder hammer technique
Clactonian technique
Levallois technique
Pressure technique
Retouch
Blade and burin technique
Flake technique
Pecking
Grinding and polishing
Splinter and groove techniques
Artefact typology
Simple flake
Side flake
End flake
Levallois flake
Clactonian flake
Blade
Microlithic blade
Tortoise core/levalloisiam
Discoid core
Mousterian flake
Prismatic core
Tool typology
Pebble tools
Chopper
Chopping tool
Bifaces
Handaxe
Cleaver
Scrapers -side, end, round,concave,convex
Blade knife
Blunted back blade
Borer/awl
Burin
Points leaf shape
Laurel leaf
Willow leaf
Points
Shouldered points
Denticulate
Notch microliths
Geometric types
Non-geometric types
Celt -axe
Adze
Shouldered celt
Shoe-last celt
Grinding stone
Ringstone
Lower palaeolithic cultures
Typo-technology
Habitat
Environment economy
People and distribution
Pebble tool culture
Oldowan
Sohan
Choukoutien
Acheulian cultures
Acheulian cultures of africa
Acheulian cultures of europe
Acheulian cultures of india
Middle palaeolithic cultures
Mousterian culture/middle palaeolithic europe -habitat,environment economy ,social organisation,social organisation,religion,typo-technology
Middle stone age in africa
Middle palaeolithic in india
Upper palaeolithic culture -habitat,environment economy,typo-technology,social institution,religion
Europe
Perigordian culture
Chattelperronean
Gravettian
Aurignacian culture
Solutrean culture
Magdalenian culture
Upper palaeolithic in india
Upper palaeolithic art
Holocene culture Mesolithic cultures
Climate changes
Typo technology
Habitat
Economic activity
Socio-religious features
Europe
Azilian culture
Tardenoisian culture
Maglemosian culture
Kitchen midden culture
Natufian culture
Indian mesolithic
Langhnaj
Teri sites
Birbhanpur
Bagor
Bhimbetka
Adamgarh
Sarainahar rai
Lekhahlia
Mahadeva
Mesolithic art in india
Neolithic
Neolithic of the near-east
Jericho
Jarmo
Catal huyuk
Neolithic cultures of indian subcontinent
Northern neolithic
Burzahom
Southern neolithic
Brahmagiri
Sangankallu
Utnur
Telkalakota
Nagarjun konda
Eastern neolithic
Daojali hading
Sarutaru
Central zone
Navdatoli
Nevasa
Inamgaon
Indus civilization
Extant
Characteristics
Chronology
Origin and decline
Continuity with post-harappan
Indus people and society
Iron age
Megalithic types
Menhir
Dolmen/topikal
Cist
Cairn circle
Carcophagi
Evolution of social structure and organisation Evolution -unilinear,universal,multilinear
Diffusion -neo-evolution
Innovation
Acculturation
Transculturation
Culture -definitions and attributes
Functionalism
Malinowski
Radcliffe-brown
Structuralism -levi-strauss,leach
Culture and personality
Basic personality configuration
Kardiner and linton enculturation
Status and role
Patterns of culture
Culture change
Themes cultural relativism
Values
Great and little tradition
Civilization
Gender theories
Theory and concepts of indian contribution
G. s. ghury
N.ķ. bose
D.n. majumdar
M.n. srinivas
S.c. dube
L. p. vidyarthi
Aspects of culture
Organisation of culture
Institutions
Social organisation
Family
Family of orientation and procreation
Structure :nuclear,extended,joint
Residence
Patrilocal
Matrilocal
Neolocal
Virilocal
Uxorilocal marriage
Rules :endogamy,exogamy
Monogamy,polygamy
Polygyny
Polyandry
Mate selection
Cross-cousin marriage
Levirate
Sororate
Sororal dowry
Bride price/bride wealth kinship
Kinship and their terms
Classificatory and descriptive systems
Consanguineal and affinal
Primary, secondary and tertiary
Terms of reference and address
Descent, inheritance and succession
Patriarchal and matriarchal
Unilineal :patrilainel,double
Groups :tribe,clan,phratry,lineage
Kirship behaviour and relationship
Avoidance and joking relationship
Incest
Economic and political organisation - religion and magic Economic organisation
Concept of property
Primitive communism
States of economy
Collection
Hunting
Fishing
Pastoralism
Cultivation
Shifting and settled
Subsistence economy and market economy
Barter
Means of production
Division of labour
Political organisation
Traditional and statutory of panchayat
Leadership -clan,tribe
Kingship and chiefdom in tribal communities
Customary law
Judicial system
Crime and punishment in primitive society
Religion and magic
Primitive religion
Animism
Totemism
Ancestor propitiation
Shaman
Priest
Medicine man
Tribal mythology -origin of universe,tribe and clan,tribal deities
Magic :black,white,preventive,defensive,destructive,imitative,sympathetic,witchcraft,sorcery
Symbolism and rituals
Supernatural powers
Mana
Taboo
Indian anthropology - basic concepts and issues Basic concepts
Indian village as part society ,as an isolate
Caste as a group and system
Scheduled caste and scheduled tribe
Tribe
Caste varna and caste/jati
Notified and denotified groups
Other backward classes and castes
Sanskritisation
Westernisation
Modernisation
Sacred complex in india
Regionalism and ethnicity
Basic issues
New panchayati raj
Gram sabha
Women in new panchayats
Constitutional safeguards for scheduled tribes and scheduled casts
Major tribal groups
Tribal states in india
Tribal movements for autonomy
Development schemes
Tribal rehabilitation
Democracy and caste bonded labour and child labour
Ashram schools
Mandal commission
Dhebar commission
Emerging spiritual leaders gurus in india
Caste among non-hindus
Characteristics of evolution Evolution and its characteristics and classification
Position of man in animal kingdom
Primate evolution with reference to skull,jaw,limbs,dentition and brain
Earliest primates of oligocene,miocene and pliocene
Aegyptopithecus
Propliopithecus
Dryopithecus and proconsul
Living primates -distribution,characteristics and classification,phylogeny and taxonomy,prosimii,cebodea,cercopithecoidea,hominoidea
Morphological and anatomical characteristics of man,gorilla,chimpanzee,orangutan and gibbon
Erect posture and bipedalism
Origin of man-theories of monogenesis,polygenesis,hologenesis and dispersion
Primate behaviour
Evolution of behaviour
Patterns of social behaviour
Reproductive behaviour
Early hominoids
Process of hominisation and emergence of hominoids
Ramapithecus
Australopithecus africanus
A.boisei
A.robustus
Meganthropus
Classification and controversy of homo habilis
Homo erectus
Homo erectus javanesis
H.e.pekinesis
Pithecanthropoids of africa and europe
Homo sapien neanderthalensis -phylogenetic position,salient features,distribution of la chapple-auxsaint
Rhodesian man
La ferrasie
Swanscombe
Fontechevade
Krapina
Steinheim
Ehringsdorf
Mount carmel and shanidar
Emergence and characteristics of modern man
Brunn
Chancelade
Cro-magnon
Grimaldi
Offnet
Predmost
History of evolution History, development and concept
Scope and emerging trends
Relation to other sciences and medicine
Principles of human genetics and molecular genetics
Mendel's laws of inheritance and its application
Modes of inheritance
Autosomal
Sex-linked
Sex-influenced
Sex-limited
Lethal genes
Modifying genes
Suppressor genes
Polygenic
Variable ponetrance and expressivity
Linkage and crossing-over mutation
Gene mutation -spontaneous
Induced
Mutation rate
Genetic hazards of radiation
Chemical mutagenesis
Methods of studying heredity
Twin and co-twin control methods
Pedigree
Sib-pair
Hereditability estimate
Population genetics
Definition and application of hardy-weinberg law
Genetic polymorphism-concept,balanced and transient
Breeding population
Mating patterns
Random rating
Assortative mating
Consanguinity and inbreeding coefficient
Genetic load
Genetic isolates
Selection -heterozygous,intra-uterine,fitness,differential,fertility,relaxation
Genetic marker
Abo blood groups
Genetics and distribution in india mnss blood groups
Rh blood group system
Nomenclature
Fisher's crossing-over idea
Cis- and trans-position
Natural and incomplete antibodies
Kell and duffy system -inheritance
Secretor factor and lewis antigens
Dermatoglyphics history,identification and topography
Fingerprints pattern -identifications ,inheritance,pattern intensity
Furuhata and dankmeijer's index
Palmar dermatoglyphics -configurational areas,main-line formula and index,transversality,inheritance
Mid-phalangeal patterns -identification and types
Palmar flexion creases and main types
Sole prints -configurational areas,main-lines formula and index,transversality,inheritance
Toe prints -pattern,identification,inheritance
Dermatoglyphics and personal identification
Dermatoglyphics and diseases (chromosomal and others)
Dermatoglyphics and paternity disputes
Qualitative and quantitative population variation
Human growth -development and adaptation,definition,concepts,differentiation,maturation and development
Phases of growth -prenatal,infancy,childhood,adolescence,maturity,maturity
Factors affecting growth -genetic,environmental,hormonal,nutritional,nutritional,socio-economic,secular trends,gerontology
Methods of studying human growth and development -longitudinal,cross-sectional,mixed longitudinal,growth curves,epiphyseal union,dentition
Analysis of human physique and body composition -sheldon,parnoll health-carter
Human adpatation to heat,cold,altitude and nutrition
Nutritional requirements -infancy to old age,proteins,carbohydrates,fats,minerals,vitamins
Under-nutrition
Obesity
Malnutrition
Physiological factors in growth -haematological,blood pressure,heart rate,pulse rate
Cell and structural composition Red cell enzymes
Genetic variation and polymorphism
Red cell acid phosphate
Phosphoglucomutase
Adenylate kinase
Adenosine deaminase and lactate dehydrogenase
Plasma proteins
Heredity and genetic variation of haptoglobins
Transferring immunoglobuline
Haemoglobin -normal and variant
Normal haemoglobin -hba and hbf,hba2
Abnormal haemoglobin -hbs,hbc,hbd,hbe
Thalassemia
Hbs and malaria -balanced polymorphism
Cretinism and g6pd deficiency
Techniques for biochemical analysis
Electrophoresis
Immunoelectrophoresis
Inborn errors of metabolism
Biochemical pathways and heredity of phenylketonurea
Alkaptonurea
Galactosemia
Albinism
Histocompatibility antigen -history ,subtyping,inheritance,genetic interaction linkages,polymorphism,hla and diseases
Blood groups and diseases
Erythroblastosis fetalis
Smallpox and malaria
Gene mapping -blood groups,hla,sex-linked characters
Human cytogenetics
Identification of human chromosomes
Keryotyping and nomenclature
Techniques for studying chromosomal structure and polymorphism
Autoradiography
Banding
Florence
Chromosomal aberrations
Numerical -turner's syndrome,klinefelter's syndrome,tripio-x,triploial-x,tetra-x,down's syndrome,pateu's syndrome,edward's syndrome,sturge-weber's syndrome,triploidy and tetraploidy
Structural of cri-du-chat syndrome and philadelphia chromosome
Translocations -d/d,d/g,g/g ,acrocentric/non-acrocentric
Metacentric/metacentric ring chromosome
Ieroctromosome mivession
Mosaccism
Sexual differentiation -genetic and post-genetic
Application - genetic counselling,genetic screen and genetic engineering and dna fingerprinting
Archaeological significance Environmental archaeology
Cultural ecology
Ethno-archaeology
Settlement archaeology
New archaeology
Action archaeology
Social and economic approach in archaeological studies
Nature of environmental change -climatic changes,geomorphic,faunal and floral
Palaeobotanical
Methods of dating
Stratigraphic
Paleomagnetic
Fluorine
Radiocarbon
Potassium-argon
Fission track
Thermoluminescence
Obsidian hydration
Archaeomagnetism
Magnetic reversal
Tree ring
Varve clay
Racemization
Earliest cultures Primitive hunter-gatherers
Bipedalism versus tool making -evidence from hadar
Significance of hathnora
Evidence of homo fauna associated with acheulian tools in peninsular india
Flake tool complex
Middle palaeolithic characteristic features and distribution in europe
Technological/economic implications of evolution of flake tools
Middle palaeolithic cultures in north africa,western europe,central europe,near and middle east,central asia-tabun tashik task shanidar
First human burials and emnergence of rituals
Middle palaeolithic culture in india -bellan valley,bhimbetka,nevasa and narmada,eastern peninsula
Typology and technology of middle palaeolithic tools in india
Human expansion in temperate regions
Blade tool complex
Advanced hunter-gatherers (upper palaeolithic cultures)
Evolution of blade and burin technology
Use of bone and antler as raw materials
Upper palaeolithic cultures and homo sapiens
Upper palaeolithic cultures of western and central europe and north africa -dabban
Chatelperronian
Perigordian
Aurigacian
Gravettian
Solutrean
Magdalenian
Pavlovian
Szeletian
Emergence and development of art -painting,engraving,sculpture,motivation
Upper palaeolithic habitations and economy
Cave and open-air settlements
Reindeer and mammoth hunting
Populating the new world
Upper palaeolithic in india -reningunta,billa surgam,patne,bhimbetka,son and bellan valleys,visadi,pushkar,gunjan valley
Geographical cultures Final hunter
Gatherer and incipient cultivators
Post-pleistocene environmental changes
Development of microlithic technology
Composite tools and bow-arrow
Important mesolithic cultures and sites of europe and the near-east -azilian,tardenoisian,maglemosian,ertebolle,natufian and epi-palaeolithic
Mesolithic cultures of india
Western india -bagor,tilwara,pushkar lake,lankhnaj,bombay coast
Central india -adamgarh,bhimbetka,baghaikhor,chopani mando
Ganga valley -sarai nahar rai,mahadaba
Eastern india -birbhanpur
South india -eastern ghats and east coast
Mesolithic economy and society
Mesolithic art
Beginnings of agriculture
Evidences from mount carmel caves
Juricho
Beidha karim shahir
Mehergarh
Hoabinbian of south east asia and north east india
Emergence of village farming way of life
Economic and social consequences of food production -settled life,population growth ,craft specialisation,class formation,political institutions
Ecological perspective of early agriculture
Nuclear zones of the near-east
South east asia
North east india
Important early farming centres and sites in the old world (excluding india) -jericho,catal huyuk,jarmo,beidha,khirokitia,zawi chemi,shanidar
Early cultivation in new guinea
Root crops and rice cultivation in south east asia
Beginning of agriculture in india -ganga valley,mehergarh,koldihwa
Diffusion of village farming
Way of life in the indo-pakistan sub-continent
Pakistan
Kim ghul mohammad
Rana ghundai
Gumlam sarai khola kashmir valley
Burzahom
Gufkral
Rajasthan
Ahar
Gilund
Central india
Nagada
Kayatha
Navdatoli
Eran
Northern deccan
Nevasa
Chandoli
Diamabad inamgaon
Prakash
Bahal
South india
Maski
Brahmagiri
Sangankallu
Tekkalkota
Piklihal utnur
Halbur
Palavoy
Paiyampalli
T-narsipur
Ashmounds
Nagarjunakonda
Neolithic culture neolithic cultures of eastern and north eastern india
Daojali hading
Kuchai
Tool types
Distribution and affinities with s.e. asia
Birth of civilization
Rise of civilization in mesopotamia
Evidences from ubaid,malaf,jamdet nasr,jamdet nasr,early dynasties
Indus civilization
Expansion of village communities in the indus and gagra/hakra valleys
Amri
Kot diji
Jalilpur
Kalibangan
Mohenjo-daro
Harappa
Mature indus culture
Chanhundaro
Lothal
Surkotada
Town planning
Architecture
Metal technology
Art
Writing
Late harappan culture
Expansion into kutch
Gujarat
Punjab
Haryana
Western up
Rojadi
Rangpur
Ropar
Mitathal and alamgirpur
Theories of decline of the indus civilization
Environmental decay
Hydrological changes
Tectonic movement
Climatic changes
External invasion
Aftermath of the indus civilization
Ocp copper hoards
Beginning of iron age and second urbanization
Economic and social implication of iron technology
Black and red ware culture
Noh
Attranji
Khera
Ahichichatra
Painted grey ware culture -distribution,economy and society
Norther black polished ware culture
First cities in the ganga
Valley and emergence of the mauryan empire
Role of ecology in the urbanization of the ganga valley
Iron and megalithic burials
Megalithic types -southern indian inhabitation,economy
Megalithic rituals
Living megalithic cultures of eastern and central india
Cultural diversity The meaning and nature of culture
Humanistic and anthropological perspectives
Distinguished
Attributes of anthropological concept of culture
Learned and historically derived
Plurality
Relativity
Behaviourally manifested
Functional integration and holistic perspective
Dynamic changing
Language as vehicle of culture
The contribution of e. b. tylor,a.l.kroeber,b.malinowski
Emerging areas
Medical anthropology
Ecological anthropology
Urban anthropology
Development anthropology
Evolution and diffusion of culture
Theories of socio-cultural evolution
Unilinear (morgan)
Universal (white and child)
Multilinear (julian steward)
Contribution of british,german and american diffusionists
Contemporary trends in evolutionary studies
Neo-evolution
Acculturation
Diffusion
Culture contact and social-cultural change
Invention
Innovation
Technology and culture change
Especially affecting women
Functionalism
Form and function
Meaning and distinguishing tenets of functionalism in social-cultural anthropology
Malinowski's and radcliffe-brown contribution
Structuralism
Social structure
Social organisation and social system
Levi-strauss
Leach
Structuralism in social anthropology
Psychological anthropology
Culture and personality -benedict and mead
Basic personality
Linton
Kardiner
Cora du bois
Anthropological approaches in national character studies
family
Marriage and kinship
Typology and functions of family
Nuclear, extended and joint family
Preferential marriage
Functions of descent groups
Lineage and clan
Kinship terminology and kinship behaviour
Socio-cultural anthropology Contribution to social-cultural anthropology by e.b.tylor,lewis morgan ,franz boas,a.l.kroeber,b.malinowski,a. r. radcliffe-brown,evans-prichard,c.levi-strauss,ralph linton,robert redfield,margaret mead
Methodology of anthropological research
Ethnography as a method
Fieldwork tradition in anthropology
Basic characteristics of field work method
Quantitative and qualitative tools and techniques
Survey
Observation
Case study
Interview
Schedule
Questionnaire
Genealogy
Group discussion
Mapping
Comparative methods in social-cultural anthropology
Cross-cultural comparison
Controlled comparison
Reinterpretation
Restudy
Evaluation research
Participatry rural appraisal
Rapid rural appraisal
Intervention research
Process and impact analysis
Indian anthropology - challenges Weaker sections in indian population
Scheduled castes
Scheduled tribes and primitive tribal groups
Denotified communities
Basic of labelling as st and sc according to constitution
Tribal problems and welfare measures relating to forests,shifting cultivation ,land alienation ,housing ,health and sanitation/nutrition,indebtedness,bonded labour,education,gender issues
Development strategies
Special programmes
Large-scale agricultural multipurpose societies
Integrated tribal development project
Community development project
Integrated rural development project
Component plan for sc
Tribal youth self-employment scheme
Reservation for women in panchayati raj
Role of voluntary organisations in development
Tribal problems of identity autonomy ethicity
Tribal Movements
Revivalistic/nativistic population displacement due to development schemes such as dam construction
Revitalisation of local history
Problems of pseudo
Tribals to become st
Indian society and culture
Caste as a group and as a system of social segmentation and integration
Caste in modern india
Changing dimensions of caste
Village studies in india
Primitive society as a conceptual model of village ethnography
Concepts of little and great tradition
Universalisation and parochialisation
Dominant caste
Sanskritisation and westernisation
Sacred complex
Role of city in change
Folk-urban and tribe-caste continuum
Indian masters
G. s. ghurye
N. k. bose
D. n. majumdar
Verrier elwin
M. n. srinivas
S.c.dube
L.p. vidhyarthi
Anthropological approaches in community
Health
Natural health
Promotion and disease control programmes such as population control,nutrition,mother and child health,health education,leprosy,tb,aids,etc.
Anthropology in education and communication
Rural development
Gender perspectives
Relocation
Rehabilitation
Earthquakes
floods
Disasters
Human resource training and management
Archaeology
Concept of archaeology Definition
Am and scope of archaeology
History and growth of archaeology
History of indian archaeology
Relationship of archaeology with social and natural sciences
Retrieval of archaeological data
Techniques of explorations and excavations
Aims and methods of conservation and preservation of archaeological remains
Recording and preparation of reports
Chronology and dating Relative
Stratigraphy
Typology
Absolute
Carbon 14
Potassium argon
Fission track
Thermoluminescence
Dendrochronology
Pollen analysis
Varve clay analysis
Others methods
Fluorine test
Nitrogen and phosphate analysis
Soil analysis
Methods of objective interpretations
Ethno-archaeology
Experimental archaeology
Application of new archaeological methods in india
Archaeology and human Geological, biological and cultural dimension of man
Quaternary period
Pleistocene and holocene
Environment and climatic changes
Pleistocene flora and fauna
Main stages of human evolution and important fossil records
Appearance of stone tools and development of technology
Main techniques and tools of stone age
Methods of study of prehistoric remains
Archaeological significance in human life Hunting and gathering stage
Palaeolithic in africa
Europe and south-east asia
Mesolithic in europe and west asia
Palaeolithic and mesolithic remains and important sites of india
Beginning of food production
Neolithic stage in west asia
Major neolithic cultures and important sites of india
Civilization and archaeology Pre and early harappan village cultures of north and north-western india
Harappa culture -origin,extent,chronology,factors of urbanization,trade,script,religion,art and craft,factors for the decline
Devaluation of harappa culture :punjab,haryana,rajasthan,uttar pradesh and gujarat
Chalcolithic village communities of gujarat,rajasthan,madhya pradesh and maharashtra
Copper using cultures of gangetic plains
Archaeology and minerals Early occurrence of iron
Chrono-cultural features
Main characteristics of the cultures
Painted grey ware
Black slipped ware and megalithic cultures
Northern black polished ware culture -extent,chronology,characteristics traits
Important city sites :rajghat,ujjain,vaishali,taxila,mathura,sravasti,kaushambi and sisupalgarh
Important sites of historical period -shringverpur,khairadih,satanikota,chandraketugarh,nasik,arikamedu and adam
Archaeology and architecture Architecture of structural stupas -north and south india
Rock-cut architecture
Monasteries and shrines
Main styles of temples
Origin and development of temples
Main features and examples of nagara, vesara and dravidian styles
Main styles of sculptural art
Mauryan
Sunga
Kushan
Gupta
Satavahana
Chalukya
Pallava and chola periods
Archaeology and currency Origin and antiquity of coinage in india
Techniques of manufacturing coins
Important coins
Punch-marked coins
Inscribed and uninscribed caste coins
Principal types of indo-greek coinage
Saka and kushan coinage
Principal types of gupta gold coinage
Brief account of pre-islamic medieval indian coinage
Archaeology and literature Origin and antiquity of writing in india
Origin of brahmi and kharosthi scripts
Study of some select inscriptions
Ashokan edicts
Besnagar garuda pillar inscription
Hathigumpha inscription of kharavela
Junagarh inscription of rudradaman
Allahabad pillar inscription of samudragupta
Aihole pillar inscription of pulakesin ii and gwalior inscription of mihira bhoja
Research in archaeology Proposed area of research
Aims and objectives
Proposed methodology
Primary and secondary sources
Review of previous researches in the proposed area
Likely contribution of the proposal
Geochronology and stone age cultures of India Sohan valley
Belan valley
Son valley and kortlayar valley
Palaeolithic cultures of India Sohan and acheulian traditions
Middle palaeolithic cultures
Upper palaeolithic cultures
Habitation tendencies of the palaeolithic period
Patterns of Mesolithic cultures of India Characteristic features of alluvial plains
Horse-shoe lake
Sand-dune
Plateau and rock shelter sites
Neolithic cultures of India Early farming communities of baluchistan and kashmir
Vindhya-belan region
Kaimur foot hills and ganga plains
Chota nagpur plateau and the north-east
Pastoral communities of deccan and south
Pre-Harappan cultures of India and border lands Salient features
Harappa culture Origin
Geographical distribution and settlement patterns
Town planning and architecture
Trade-hinterland and overseas
Arts and crafts
Material equipment
Subsistence pattern
Socio-political organization
Religion and authorship
Important excavated sites
Concepts of sorath and sindhi
Harappans in gujarat
Decline and survival of Harappa culture Causes of de-urbanization
Late harappan cultures of punjab,haryana,western uttar pradesh and gujarat
Other copper using cultures Copper hoards and ochre coloured pottery
Ahar
Kayatha
Malwa and deccan chalcolithic cultures
Cultures of gangetic plains
Historical urbanization Northern black polished ware culture
Extent
Chronology
Cultural traits
Important city sites Rajghat
Ujjain
Vaishali
Taxila
Mathura
Sravasti
Kaushambi
Sisupalgarh
Satanikota
Growth of urban settlements during Kushan period Plan and expansion of settlements and growth of trade centres
Main features of material culture
Excavated remains of Gupta and early medieval periods Nature of settlements
Main features of material culture elective
Architecture Structural features of ancient fortified settlements
Origin and evolution of stupa architecture Sanchi
Bharhut
Amaravati and nagarjuna konda
Development of rock-cut architecture Chaityas and viharas
Origin and evolution of temples Gupta temples
Chalukyan temples
Pallava rathas and temples
Khajuraho temples
Temples of orissa and chola temples
Sculpture - Mauryan capital figures Early yaksha statue
Sunga sculptures
Kaushana sculptures
Mathura and gandhara schools
Gupta sculptures
Sarnath school
Sculptures of chalukyas
Pallavas
Palas
Chola and chandellasi
Paintings Rock-cut cave paintings of ajanta and bagh
Epigraphy Epigraphy as a source of history
Origin of indian scripts
Different theories
Study of select epigraphs Asokan edicts
Rock edicts x, xii, xiii
Lumbini inscriptions of asoka
Minar rock edict of bairat
Besnagar garud pillar inscription
Hathigumpha inscription of kharvela
Junagarh inscription of rudradaman
Swat relic casket inscription
Sarnath buddha image inscription of the time of kanishka
Lucknow museum jain image inscription of the time of huvishka
Allahabad pillar inscription of samudragupta
Aihole pillar inscription of pulakesin ii
Gwalior inscriptions of mihira bhoja
Thanjavur inscription of rajendra chola and sangli copper plate of govinda iv
Numismatics Origin and antiquity of coinage in ancient india
Metal and techniques used for coins
Main coin types Punch-marked coins
Inscribed and uninscribed caste coins
Principal types of indo-greek coinage
Coins of saka
Kushan and satavahana
Principal types of gupta gold coins
Roman coins
Brief account of pre-islamic medieval indian coinage
Commerce
Business environment Meaning and elements of business environment
Economic environment
Economic policies
Economic planning
Legal environment of business in india
Competition policy
Consumer protection
Environment protection
Policy environment
Liberalization
Privatisation and globalisation
Second generation reforms
Industrial policy and implementation
Industrial growth and structural changes
Financial and management accounting Basic accounting concepts
Capital and revenue
Financial statements
partnership accounts :admission,retirement,death,dissolution and cash distribution
Advanced company accounts
Issue
Forfeiture
Purchase of business
Liquidation
Valuation of shares
Amalgamation
Absorption and reconstruction
Holding company accounts
Cost and management accounting
Ratio analysis
Funds flow analysis
Cash flow analysis
Marginal costing and break-even analysis
Standard costing
Budgetary control
Costing for decision making
Responsibility accounting
Business economics Nature and uses of business economics
Concept of profit and wealth maximization
Demand analysis and elasticity of demand
Indifference curve analysis
Law utility analysis
laws of returns and law of variable proportions
Cost
Revenue
Price determination in different market situations
Perfect competition
Monopolistic competition
Monopoly
Price discrimination and oligopoly
Pricing strategies
Business statistics and data processing Data types
Data collection and analysis
Sampling and need
Errors and methods of sampling
Normal distribution
Hypothesis testing
Analysis and interpretation of data
Correlation and regression
Small sample tests t-test
F-test and chi-square test
Data processing
Elements
Data entry
Data processing and computer applications
Computer application to functional areas
Accounting
Inventory control
Marketing
Business management Principles of management
Planning
Objectives
Strategies
Planning process
Decision-making organising
Organisational structure
Formal and informal organisations
Organisational culture
Staffing leading
Leading :motivation,leadership,committees,communication
Controlling
Corporate governance and business ethics
Marketing management The evolution of marketing
Concepts of marketing
Marketing Mix
Marketing environment
Consumer behaviour
Market segmentation
Product decisions
Pricing decisions
Distribution decisions
Promotion decisions
Marketing planning
Organising and control
Financial management Capital Structure
Financial and operating leverage
Cost of capital
Capital budgeting
Working capital management
Dividend policy
Human resources management Concepts
Role and functions of human resource management
Human Resource Planning
Recruitment and selection
Training and Development
Succession planning
Compensation
Wage and salary administration
Incentive and fringe benefits
Morale and productivity
Performance appraisal
Industrial relations in india
Health
Safety
Welfare and social security
Workers' participation in management
Banking and financial institution Importance of banking to business
Types of banks and their functions
Reserve bank of india
Nabard and rural banking
Banking sector reforms in india
Npa
Capital adequacy norms
E-banking
Development banking
Idbi
Ifci
Sfcs
Uti
Sidbi
International business Theoretical foundations of international business
Balance of payments
International liquidity
International economic institutions
Imf
World bank ifc
Ida
Adb
World trade organisation and its functions and policies
Structure of india's foreign trade
Composition and direction
Exim bank
Exim policy of india
Regulation and promotion of foreign trade
Foreign direct investment and multinational corporations
Mncs culture
Mncs and ldcs
Joint ventures
Regional economic integration
Saarc
ASEAN
Ec
Nafta
India and wto
Intellectual property rights
Foreign exchange
Exchange rate
Mechanism
Risk management
Transfer of international payments
Convertibility of rupee
Current and capital accounts
Issues and perceptions
Derivatives and futures
Foreign investment institutions
Instruments
Gdrs
Adrs
Fiis and their role in indian capital market
Accounting and finance Accounting standards in india
Inflation accounting
Human resource accounting
Responsibility accounting
Social accounting
Money and capital market
Working of stock exchanges in india
Nse
Otcei
Nasdaq
Derivatives and options
Regulatory authorities
Sebi
Rating agencies
New instruments
Gdrs
Adrs
Venture Capital Funds
Mergers and acquisitions
Mutual funds
Lease financing
Factoring
Measurement of risk and returns securities and portfolios
Computer application in accounting and finance
Marketing Marketing tasks
Concepts and tools
Marketing environment
Consumer behaviour and market segmentation
Product decisions
Pricing decisions
Distribution decisions
Promotion decisions
Marketing researches
Online marketing
Direct marketing
Social, ethical and legal aspects of marketing in india
Human resource management Concept
Role and functions of human resource management
Human Resource Planning
Job analysis
Job description and specifications
Use of job analysis information
Recruitment and selection
Training and Development
Succession planning
Compensation
Wage and salary administration
Incentives and fringe benefits
Morale and productivity
Appraisal performance
Industrial relations in india
Health
Safety
Welfare
Social security
Workers participation in management
Income-tax law and tax planning Basic concepts
Residential status and tax incidence
Exempted incomes
Computation of taxable income under various heads
Computation of taxable income of individuals and firms
Deduction of tax
Filing of returns
Different types of assessment
Defaults and penalties
Tax planning
Concept
Significance and problems of tax planning
Tax evasion and tax avoidance
Methods of tax planning
Tax considerations in specific business decisions
Viz
Make or buy
Own or lease
Retain or replace
Export or domestic sales
Shut-down or closure
Expand or contract
Invest or disinvest
Computer application in income tax and tax planning
Comparative literature
The epistemology of comparative literature Definition and scope of comparative literature
Development of the discipline
Methodology
Literary historiography History and literary history
Elements of literary history
Problems of periodization
The theory of genres Oral and written ancient
Medieval and modern
Thematology Motifs
Myths and archetypes
The diachronic and synchronic study of themes
Comparative Indian literature Traditions
Movements
Themes and genres
Literary theory Indian poetics
Tamil and sanskrit
Western literary theories
Cross-cultural literary relations Influence
Analogy
Reception
Translation studies History of translation
Indian and non-indian
Theories of translation
Problems of translation
Linguistic and cultural
Literature and the other arts
Literature and other disciplines Literature and cultural studies
Comparative study of religions
Nature and scope of religions Concept of religion
Significance of and approaches to the study of religions
Founders and propounders of religions
Major scriptures
Individual and social aspects of religion
Harmony of religions and interfaith dialogue
Modern challenges to religions
Some basic concepts common to most of the tribal religions
Unified concept encompassing the whole universe and all grades of existence
The ideas behind in various primitive societies
Manaism
Totemism
Tabooism
Animism
Magic,etc.
Manifestations of tribal religions in individual and social life of adivasi people
Major religions - common aspects and themes Concept of universe and ultimate reality
Theories of karma
Retribution and salvation
Codes of ethical conduct
Compassion
Non violence
Peace and harmony
Social justice and human rights
Prayer, meditation and mysticism
Attitude towards women
Heritage and culture
Worship and rituals
Religion and science in dialogue
Hinduism Nature of vedic religion and culture
Vedic literature
Samhitā-s
Brahmana-s
Āranyak-s
Upanisad-s
Saivism
Vaisnavism
Shaktism
Tantraism
Six systems of hindu philosophy
Sankhya
Yoga
Nyaya
Vaisesika
Mimamsa and vedanta
Epics (ramayana and mahabharata) and purana-s
Bhakti and reform movements of the medieval period
Modern reform movements(brahmosamaja,aryasamaja,ramkrishna mission,etc.)
Jainism Sramana culture and tirthankara tradition
Main sects of jainism
Digambara and svetambara
Prakrit agama literature and prominent ācāryas
Basic doctrines
Principles and philosophy
Contribution to arts and architecture
Social aspects of jainism
Contemporary developments of jainism
Buddhism Background, life and teachings of gautama buddha
Pali tipitaka literature and mahayana surtras
Main sects - theravāda and mahāyāna
Basic doctrines
Principles and philosophy
Contribution to arts and architecture
Expansion of buddhism outside india
Social aspects and revival of buddhism
Christianity The life and message of jesus christ and the beginnings of christianity
Old testament and new testament scriptures and the question of interpretation
Main christian churches (catholic,orthodox and protestant)
Important beliefs and teachings of christianity
Christian worship ,rituals and mysticism
History of christianity in india
Contemporary trends in christian theology
Islam Life of prophet mohammed and basic teachings of the quran
The establishment of the islamic community and the medinian state
Development of the islamic civilization under abbasids
International trade and foreign relations in medieval period
The contribution of medieval islam to rational sciences
Philosophy and fine arts
Development of sufism and its impact on the muslim society
Challenges of modernity and the reform movements among muslims in india
Sikhism Life and teachings of guru nanak
Development of sikh tradition under the ten gurus
Sikh scriptures (adi granth and dasam grantha)
Basic doctrines
Beliefs and code of conduct
Major impact of sikhism on the society
Sikh sects and gurdwara reform movement
Sikhism in diaspora
Computer science and applications
Discrete structures Sets
Relations
Functions
Pigeonhole principle
Inclusion-exclusion principle
Equivalence and partial orderings
Elementary counting techniques
Probability
Measures for information and mutual information
Computability
Models of computation
Finite automata
Pushdown automata
Non-determinism and nfa
Dpda and pdas and languages accepted by these structures
Grammars
Languages
Non-computability and examples of non-computable problems
Graph
Definition
Walks
Paths
Trails
Connected graphs
Regular and bipartite graphs
Cycles and circuits
Tree and rooted tree
Spanning trees
Eccentricity of a vertex radius and diameter of a graph
Central graphs
Centre of a tree
Hamiltonian and eulerian graphs
Planar graphs
Groups
Finite fields and error correcting/detecting codes
Computer arithmetic Propositional Logic
Predicate logic
Well-formed-formulae
Satisfiability and tautology
Logic families
TTL
Ecl and cmos gates
Boolean algebra and minimization of boolean functions
Flip-flops-types
Race condition and comparison
Design of combinational and sequential circuits
Representation of integers
Octal
Hex
Decimal and binary
2's complement and i's complement arithmetic
Floating point representation
Programming in C and C++ Programming in C
Elements of c
Tokens
Identifiers
Data types in c
Control structures in c
Sequence
Selection and iteration
Structured data types in c-arrays
Struct
Union
String
Pointers
O-o programming concepts
class
Object
Instantiation
Inheritance
Polymorphism and overloading
C++ programming
Elements of c++
Variables and constants
Data types
Operators
Control statements
Functions parameter passing
Class and objects
Constructors and destructors
Overloading
Templates
Exception handling
Relational database design and SQL E-r diagrams and their transformation to relational design
Normalization
Inf
2nf
3nf
Bcnf
4nf
Limitations of 4nf and bcnf
Sql
Data definition language
Data manipulation language
Data control language commands
Database objects
Views
Indexes
Sequences
Synonyms
Data dictionary
Data and file structures Data
Information
Definition of data structure
Arrays
Stacks
Queues
Linked lists
Trees
Graphs
Priority queues and heaps
File structures
Fields
Records and files
Sequential
Direct
Index-sequential and relative files
Hashing
Inverted lists and multi-lists
B trees and b+ trees
Computer networks Network fundamentals
Local area networks
Metropolitan area networks
Wide area networks
Wireless networks
Inter networks
Reference models
The osi model
Tcp/ip model
Data communication
Channel capacity
Transmission media
Twisted pair
Coaxial cables
Fibre-optic cables
Wireless transmission
Radio
Microwave
Infrared and millimeter waves
Lightwave transmission
Telephone
Local loop
Trunks
Multiplexing
Switching
Narrowband isdn
Broadband isdn
Atm
High speed lans
Cellular radio
Communication satellites
Geosynchronous and low-orbit
Internetworking
Switch/hub
Bridge
Router
Gateways
Concatenated virtual circuits
Tunnelling
Fragmentation
Firewalls
Routing
Virtual circuits and datagrams
Routing algorithms
Congestion control
Network security
Cryptography
Public key
Secret key
Domain name system
Electronic mail and world wide web
The dns
Resource records
Name servers
E-mail-architecture and serves
System software and compilers Assembly language fundamentals
Assemblers--2-pass and single-pass
Macros and macro processors
Loading
Linking
Relocation
Program relocatability
Linkage editing
Text editors
Programming environments
Debuggers and program generators
Compilation and interpretation
Bootstrap compilers
Phases of compilation process
Lexical analysis
Lex package on unix system
Context free grammars
Parsing and parse trees
Representation of parse trees as rightmost and leftmost derivations
Bottom up parsers
Shift-reduce
Operator precedence and lr
Yacc package on unix system
Top down parsers
Left récursion and its removal
Recursive descent parser
Predictive parser
Intermediate codes
Quadruples
Triples
Intermediate code
Code generation
Code optimization
Operating systems with case study of Unix Main functions of operating systems
Multiprogramming
Multiprocessing and multitasking
Memory management
Virtual memory
Paging
Fragmentation
Concurrent processing
Mutual exclusion
Critical regions
Lock and unlock
Scheduling
CPU scheduling
I/o scheduling
Resource scheduling
Deadlock and scheduling algorithms
Banker's algorithm for deadlock handling
Unix
The unix system
File system
Process management
Bourne shell
Shell variables
Command line programming
Filters and commands
Pr
Head
Tail
Cut
Paste
Sort
Uniq
Tr
Join
Grep
Egrep
Fgrep
Sed
Awk
System calls
Create
Open
Close
Read
Write
Iseek
Link
Unlink
Stat
Fstat
Umask
Chmod
Exec
Fork
Wait
System
Software engineering System development life cycle
Steps
Waterfall model
Prototypes
Spiral model
Software metrics
Software project management
Software design
Detailed design
Function oriented design
Object oriented design
User interface design
Design level metrics
Coding and testing
Testing level metrics
Software quality and reliability
Clean room approach
Software reengineering
Current trends and technologies Parallel computing
Parallel virtual machine and message passing interface libraries and calls
Advanced architectures
Today's fastest computers
Mobile computing
Mobile connectivity
Cells
Framework
Wireless delivery technology and switching methods
Mobile information access devices
Mobile data internetworking standards
Cellular data communication protocols
Mobile computing applications
Mobile databases -protocols,scope,tools and technology
M-business
E-technologies
Electronic commerce
Media convergence of applications
Consumer applications
Organisation applications
Electronic payment systems
Digital token
Smart cards
Credit cards
Risks in electronic payment system
Designing electronic payment systems
Electronic data interchange -concepts,applications,issues
Edi and electronic commerce
Standardization and edi
Edi software implementation
Edi envelope for message transport
Internet-based edi
Digital libraries and data warehousing -concepts
Types of digital documents
Issues behind document infrastructure
Corporate data warehouses
Software agents
Characteristics and properties of agents
Technology behind software agents
Broadband telecommunications
Concepts
Frame relay
Cell relay
Switched multimegabit data service
Asynchronous transfer mode
Main concepts in geographical information system
E-cash
E-business
Erp packages
Data warehousing
Data warehouse environment
Architecture of a data warehouse methodology
Analysis
Design
Construction and administration
Data mining
Extracting models and patterns from large databases
Data mining techniques
Classification
Regression
Clustering
Summarization
Dependency modelling
Link analysis
Sequencing analysis
Mining scientific and business data
Windows programming
Introduction to windows programming
Win32
Microsoft foundation classes
Documents and views
Resources
Message handling in windows
Simple applications (in windows)
Scrolling
Splitting views
Docking toolbars
Status bars
Common dialogs
Advanced windows programming
Multiple document interface
Multithreading
Object linking and embedding
Activex controls
Active template library
Network programming
Combinational circuit design Sequential circuit design
Hardwired and microprogrammed processor design
Instruction formats
Addressing modes
Memory types and organisation
Interfacing peripheral devices
Interrupts
Microprocessor architecture
Instruction set and programming
Microprocessor applications
Database concepts Er diagrams
Data models
Design of relational database
Normalisation
Sql and qbe
Query processing and optimisation
Centralised and distributed database
Security
Concurrency and recovery in centralised and distributed database systems
Object oriented database management systems (concepts,composite objects,integration with rdbms applications
Oracle
Display systems Input devices
2d geometry
Graphic operations
3d graphics
Animation
Graphic standard
Applications
Concepts
Storage devices
Input tools
Authoring tools
Application
Files
Programming language concepts Paradigms and models
Data
Data types
Operators
Expressions
Assignment
Flow of control
Control structures
I/o statements
User-defined and built-in functions
Parameter passing
Principles
Classes
Inheritance
Class hierarchies
Polymorphism
Dynamic binding
Reference semantics and their implementation
Functions
Lists
Types and polymorphisms
Higher order functions
Lazy evaluation
Equations and pattern matching
Horn clauses and their execution
Logical variables
Relations
Data structures
Controlling the search order
Program development in prolog
Implementation of prolog
Example programs in prolog
Principles of parallelism
Coroutines
Communication and execution
Parallel virtual machine and message passing interface routines and calls
Parallel programs in pvm paradigm as well as mpi paradigm for simple problems like matrix multiplication
Preconditions
Postconditions
Axiomatic approach for semantics
Correctness
Denotational semantics
Compiler structure
Compiler construction tools
Compilation phases
Finite automata
Pushdown automata
Non-determinism and nfa, dpda and pdas and languages accepted by these structures
Grammars
Languages
Types of grammars
Type 0
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
The relationship between types of grammars and finite machines
Pushdown automata and context free grammars
Lexical analysis
Regular expressions and regular languages
Lex package on unix
Conversion of nfa to dfa
Minimizing the number of states in a dfa
Compilation and interpretation
Bootstrap compilers
Context free grammars
Parsing and parse trees
Representation of parse trees as rightmost and leftmost derivations
Bottom up parsers
Shift-reduce
Operator precedence and lr
Yacc package on unix system
Top down parsers
Left récursion and its removal
Recursive descent parser
Predictive parser
Intermediate codes
Quadruples
Triples
Intermediate code generation
Code generation
Code optimization
Analog and digital transmission Asynchronous and synchronous transmission
Transmission media
Multiplexing and concentration
Switching techniques
Polling
Topologies
Networking devices
Osi reference model
Protocols for data link layer,network layer,transport layer,tcp/ip protocols
Networks security
Network administration
Definition, simple and composite structures
Arrays
Lists
Stacks queues
Priority queues
Binary trees
B-trees
Graphs
Sorting and searching algorithms
Analysis of algorithms
Interpolation and binary search
Asymptotic notation
Big ohm
Omega and theta
Average case analysis of simple programs like finding of a maximum of n elements
Recursion and its systematic removal
Quicksort
Non-recursive implementation with minimal stack storage
Design of algorithms (divide and conquer, greedy method, dynamic programming, back tracking, branch and bound)
Lower bound theory
Non-deterministic algorithm
Non-deterministic programming constructs
Simple non-deterministic programs
NP-hard and NP-complete problems
Object
Messages
Classes
Encapsulation
Inheritance
Polymorphism
Aggregation
Abstract classes
Generalization as extension and restriction
Object oriented design
Multiple inheritance
Metadata
HTML
DHTML
XML
Scripting
Java
Servlets
Applets
Software development models Requirement analysis and specifications
Software design
Programming techniques and tools
Software validation and quality assurance techniques
Software maintenance and advanced concepts
Software management
Introduction of memory management
Support for concurrent process
Scheduling
System deadlock
Multiprogramming system
I/O management
Distributed operating systems
Study of Unix and windows NT
Definitions and AL approach for solving problems State space representation of problems
Automated reasoning with propositional logic and predicate logic Fundamental proof procedure
Refutation
Resolution
Refinements to resolution
Bounding functions
Breadth first
Depth first, A, A*, A0*
Performance comparison of various search techniques
Frames
Scripts
Semantic nets
Production systems
Procedural representations
Prolog programming
Components of an expert system
Knowledge representation and acquisition techniques
Building expert system and shell
RTNS
ATNS
Parsing of ambiguous CFGS
Tree adjoining grammars
Systems approach to planning
Designing
Development
Implementation and evaluation of MIS
Decision-making processes
Evaluation of DSS
Group decision support system and case studies
Adaptive design approach to DSS development
Cognitive style in DSS
Integrating expert and decision support systems
Theory of computation Formal language
Need for formal computational models
Non-computational problems
Diagonal argument and russell's paradox
Deterministic finite automaton
Non-deterministic finite automaton
Regular languages and regular sets
Equivalence of dfa and nfa
Minimizing the number of states of a dfa
Non-regular languages and pumping lemma
Pushdown automaton
Deterministic pushdown automaton
Non-equivalence of pda and dpda
Context free grammars Greibach normal form
Chomsky normal form
Ambiguity
Parse tree representation of derivations
Equivalence of pda and cfg's
Parsing techniques for parsing of general cfg's
Early's cook-kassami-younger and tomita's parsing
Linear bounded automata Power of lba
Closure properties
Turing machine One tape
Multitape
The notions of time and space complexity in terms of tm
Construction of tm for simple problems
Computational complexity
Chomsky hierarchy of languages Recursive and recursively
Enumerable languages
Models for information channel Discrete memoryless channel
Binary ametric channel
Burst channel
Bit-error rates
Probability
Entropy and shannon's measure of information
Mutual information
Channel capacity theorem
Rate and optimality of information transmission
Variable length codes Prefix codes
Huffman codes
Lempel-ziev codes
Optimality of these codes
Information content of these codes
Error correcting and detecting codes Finite fields
Hamming distance
Bounds of codes
Linear codes
Parity check matrix
Generator matrix
Decoding of linear codes
Hamming codes
Image processing Image registration
Spatial fourier transforms
Discrete spatial fourier transforms
Restoration
Lossy compression of images
Data compression techniques Representation and compression of text,sound,picture and video files
LPP in canonical form
Conversion of LPP in standard form to LPP in canonical form
Simplex
Prevention of cyclic computations in simplex and tableau
Big-m method
Dual simplex and revised simplex
Complexity of simplex algorithm
Exponential behaviour of simplex
Ellipsoid method and Karmakar's method for solving LPPs
Solving simple LPPs through these methods
Comparison of complexity of these methods
Assignment and transportation problems
Simple algorithms like Hungarian method
Shortest path problems Dijkstra's and moore's method
Network flow problem Formulation
Max-flow min-cut theorem
Ford and fulkerson's algorithm
Exponential behaviour of ford and fulkerson's algorithm
Malhotra-pramodkumar-maheshwari (mpm) polynomial algorithm ng network flow problem
Bipartite graphs and matchings
Solving matching problems using network flow problems
Matroids Definition
Graphic and cographic matroids
Matroid intersection problem
Nonlinear programming Kuhn-tucker conditions
Convex functions and convex regions
Neural networks Perceptron model
Linear separability and xor problem
Two and three layered neural nets
Backpropagation
Convergence
Hopfield nets
Neural net learning
Applications
Fuzzy systems Definition of a fuzzy set
Fuzzy relations
Fuzzy functions
Fuzzy measures
Fuzzy reasoning
Applications of fuzzy systems
Unix Operating system
Structure of unix operating system
Unix commands
Interfacing with unix
Editors and compilers for ünix
Lex and yacc
File system
System calls
Filters
Shell programming
Windows Windows environment
UNICODE
Documents and views
Drawing in a window
Message handling
Scrolling and splitting views
Docking toolbars and status bars
Common dialogs and controls
Mdi
Multithreading
Ole
Activex controls
Atl
Database access
Network programming
Criminology
Criminology Definition and scope
Criminology and other social sciences
Legal
Social and psychological aspects of crime
Traditional crimes
Crimes against property and person
Modern crimes
Organized crimes
Socio-economic crimes
Corruption
Cyber crimes
Environmental crimes
Terrorism and insurgency
Crime and politics
Criminological thought in ancient india and abroad Classical school and neoclassical school
Positive school
Cartographic school
Sociological theories
Social structural theories and social process theories
Economic theories of crime
Critical criminology/radical criminology/labelling perspective
Constitutional theories Body types
Hereditary traits
Endocrine glands
Behaviourist theories
Drives
Motives
Attitudes
Frustrations
Psycho-analytical theories
Psychopathic personality
Mental health and criminal liability
Application of psychology in police,courts and corrections
Criminological research Importance and types
Research questions and hypotheses
Research design
Sampling
Data collection
Data analysis
Interpretation and report writing
Statistical application in criminological research
Sources of crime statistics in india and crime trends
Social change Social disorganization and social problems
Victimless crimes
Alcoholism
Drug addiction
Beggary
Commercial sex
Suicide
Family centred crimes
Dowry
Domestic violence
Child abuse
Community problems
Inter-religion and inter-caste tensions and conflicts
Juvenile delinquency Concept and causes
Pre-delinquency stages
Truancy and vagrancy
U.n. standard minimum rules for juvenile justice
Main features of juvenile justice act
Institutional services
Observation homes
Juvenile homes
Special homes and fit institutions
Juvenile aftercare services
History and theories of punishment Historical development from punishment to correction and reformation
Prison reform since independence
Types of punishment
Simple and rigorous imprisonment
Capital punishment
Views of abolitionists and retentionists
Current problems and challenges in prison administration
Indeterminate and determinate sentence
Prison system in India Correctional programmes in jails
Aftercare services for adult and juvenile offenders
Probation
Parole
Concept and historical development
Probation under different laws
Legal approaches Accustorical and inquisitorial
Substantive and procedural laws
Criminal liability
Strict liability
Indian penal code -general exceptions
Offences agairst property
Criminal procedure code
Cognizable and non-cognizable offences
Bailable and non-bailable
Compoundable and non-compoundable offences
Investigation of crimes
Complaint
F.i.r.
Powers of police officers
Arrest
Search
Seizure
Police custody
Judicial remand and bail
Types of evidence
Admissibility of confession
Dying declaration
Rights of accused
Rights of victims
Rights of women in custody
Rights of prisoners
Victimology Concept
Origin and Development
Need to study victims
Victim typology
Role of victim in criminal phenomenon
Victim precipitation
U.n. declaration on the basic principles of justice for victims of crime and abuse of power
Victim's rights
Fair access to justice
Restitution
Assistance and compensation
Victim compensation schemes in india
Human rights
Protection of human rights act
Defence and strategic studies
Introduction Theories and concepts
Problems of peace and security
Global security issues
Issues in conflict resolution
Economic, science and technology issues and national security
Economics
Micro-economic analysis Demand analysis
Marshallian
Hicksian and revealed preference approaches
Theory of production and costs
Pricing and output under different forms of market structure
Factor pricing analysis
Elements of general equilibrium and new welfare economics
Determination of output and employment
Classical approach
Keynesian approach
Consumption hypotheses
Demand for money
Fisher and cambridge versions
Approaches of keynesian
Friedman
Patinkin
Baumol and tobin
Supply of money
Determinants of money supply
High-powered money
Money multiplier
Phillips curve analysis
Business cycle
Samuelson’s model
Hicks and kaldor
Macroeconomic equilibrium
Relative roles of monetary and fiscal policies
Development and planning Economic growth
Economic development and sustainable development
Importance of institutions
Government and markets
Perpetuation of underdevelopment
Vicious circle of poverty
Circular causation
Structural view of underdevelopment
measurement of development conventional
Hdi and quality of life indices
Theories of development
Classical
Marx and schumpeter
Harrod
Domar model
Instability of equilibrium
Neoclassical growth
Solow's model
Steady state growth
Approaches to development
Balanced growth
Critical minimum effort
Big push
Unlimited supply of labour
Unbalanced growth
Low income equilibrium trap
Indicators and and measurement of poverty
Importance of agriculture and industry in economic development
Choice of techniques and appropriate technology
Investment criteria
Elementary idea of cost benefit analysis
Trade and aid
International trade as 'engine of growth'
Globalization and ldc's objectives and role of monetary and fiscal policies in economic development techniques of planning
Plan models in india
Planning in a market-oriented economy
Public finance Role of government in economic activity
Allocation
Distribution and stabilization functions
Private, public and merit goods
The public budgets
Kinds of budgets
Zero-base budgeting
Different concepts of budget deficits
Budgets of the union government in india
Public expenditure
Hypothesis
Effects and evaluation
Public revenue
Different approaches to the division of tax burden
Incidence and effects of taxation
Elasticity and buoyancy
Taxable capacity
Public debt
Burden and its management
Theory and problems of fiscal federalism
Problems of centre state financial relations in india
Fiscal policy
Neutral and compensatory and functional finance
Balanced budget multiplier
International economics Theories of international trade
Empirical verification and relevance
International trade under imperfect competition
Terms of trade and economic growth
Secular
A critical review of deterioration of terms of trade hypothesis
Equilibrium/disequilibrium in balance of payment
Traditional
Absorption
Monetary approaches for adjustment in the balance of payments
Foreign trade multiplier
Impact of tariffs
Partial and general equilibrium analysis
Political economy of non-tariff barriers
Theory of regionalism at global level
Collapse of bretton wood system
Recent monetary reforms
Trade policy and reforms in india
Indian economy Basic economic indicators
National income
Performance of different sectors
Trends in prices and money supply
Agriculture
Institutional and technological aspects
New agricultural policy
Industry
New industrial policy and liberalization
Money and banking
Concepts of money supply
Inflation
Monetary policy and financial sector reforms
Public finance
Trends in revenue and expenditures of the central and state governments
Public debt
Analysis of the union budget
Foreign trade
Trends
Balance of payments and trade reforms
Poverty
Unemployment
Migration and environment
Statistical methods Measures of central tendency
Dispersion
Skewness and kurtosis
Elementary theory of probability
Binomial, poisson and normal distributions
Simple correlation and regression analysis
Applications of statistical inferences
Sampling distributions
Sampling attributes
Testing of hypothesis
Index numbers and time series analysis
Sampling and census methods
Types of sampling and errors
Demand and supply theory Theory of demand
Axiomatic approach
Demand functions
Consumerbehaviour under conditions of uncertainty
Theory of production
Collusive and non-collusive oligopolies
Different models of objectives of the firm
Baumol
Morris and williamson
Factor pricing
General equilibrium and welfare economics
Economic theories Keynesian and post keynesian approaches to theory of output and employment
Concept of investment multiplier
Consumption hypotheses
Theories of investment and accelerator
Theories of demand for money
Keynesian and post keynesian
Different approaches to money supply
Money supply
Components and determinants
Money multiplier
Output of price determination
Fleming mundell open economy model
Economic development Development and growth of role of institutions
Theories of growth and development
Models of growth of joan robinson and kaldor
Technical progress
Hicks, harrod and learning by doing
Production function approach to the determinants of growth
Endogenous growth
Role of education
Research and knowledge
Explanation of cross country differentials in economic development and growth
Theories of development
Classical
Marx
Schumpeter and structural analysis of development
Imperfect market paradigm
Lewis model of development
Ranis-fei model
Dependency theory of development
Factors in economy development
Natural resources
Population
Capital
Human resource development and infrastructure
Trade and development
Trade as engine of growth
Two gap analysis
Prebisch
Singer and myrdal views
Gains from trade and ldcs
Taxation Theories of taxation
Incidence and effects
Theories of public expenditure
Effects on savings
Investment and growth
Burden of public debt
Union finance
Trends in revenue and expenditure of the government of india
State finance
Trends in revenue and expenditure of the state governments
Public debt
India's public debt since 1951
Growth composition
Ownership pattern and debt management
Union-state financial relations
Horizontal and vertical imbalances
The finance commissions
Fiscal policy and fiscal reforms in india
Balance of payments Monetary approach and adjustment in the balance of payments
Regional blocs
Multilateralism and world trading system
The political economy of imposition of non tariff barriers
International trade under conditions of imperfect competition in goods market
Theory of international reserves
Optimum currency areas
Theory and impact in the developed and developing countries
Wto and its impact on the different sectors of the economy
Money supply Components of money supply
Role, constituents and functions of money and capital markets
Recent monetary and credit policies of rbi
Commercial banks and co operative banks
Specialized financial and investment institutions
Non bank financial institutions and regional rural banks
Industrial structure and economic growth
Pattern of industrialization
Public and private
Large and small industries
Theories of industrial location
Indian experience
Measurement of industrial productivity
Partial and total trends
Industrial finance in india
Problems of industrial labour
Policies and reforms in india
Economic reforms and industrial growth
Economic development and population Population and economic development
Interrelation between population
Development and environment
Sustainable development
Malthusian theory of population
Optimum theory of population
The demographic transition
Population as 'limits to growth' and as 'ultimate source'
Concepts of demography
Vital rates
Life tables
Composition and uses
Measurement of fertility
Total fertility rate
Gross and net reproduction rate
Age pyramids
Stable of population projection
Stationary and quasi stationary population
Characteristics of indian population through recent census
Poverty in india
Absolute and relative
Analysis of poverty in india
Environment as necessity
Amenity and public goods
Causes of environmental and ecosystem degeneration
Policies for controlling pollution
Economic and persuasive and their relative effectiveness in ldcs
Relation between population
Poverty and environmental degradation
Microplanning for environment and eco-preservation
Water sheds
Joint forest management and self help groups
Role of state in environmental preservation
Review of environmental legislation in india
Indian economy and agriculture Role of agriculture in indian economy
Share of agriculture
Interrelationship between agriculture and industry
Institutional aspects
Land Reforms
Green revolution
Technological aspects
Agricultural inputs and shifts in production function
Capital formation in the rural sector
Savings, assets and credits
Strategies for rural development
Regional disparities in indian agriculture
Cooperative movement in india
Organization
Structure and development of different types of cooperatives in india
Consumer behaviour Application of differential and integral calculus in theories of consumer behaviour
Production and pricing under different market conditions
Input-output analysis and linear programming
Application of correlation and regression
Testing of hypothesis in regression analysis
Single equation linear model Assumption and properties of ols
Estimation and interpretation of multiple regression model
Multi collinearity
Auto correlation and heteroscedasticity
Causes and detection
Consequences and remedy
Dummy variables
Distributed lags
Need
Limitations and interpretation
Applications in economics
Simultaneous equation model Structural and reduced forms
Endogenous and exogenous variables
Identification problems and conditions
Single equation methods of estimations
Tsls
Indirect least squares and least variance ratio
Techniques of forecasting Arma
Arima
Econometric properties of time series
Unit root
Integrated series
Random walk and white noise
Theory of consumer behaviour and theory of firms
Theory of pricing Monopoly
Monopolistic competition
Duopoly and oligopoly
Theory of games Two person
Zero-sum game
Pure and mixed strategy
Saddle point solution
Linear programming and input output analysis
Static and dynamic multiplier and accelerator
Samuelson-hicks trade cycle model
Growth models Harrod and domar
Neoclassical models
Solow
Meade
Kaldor's model with technological progress
Endogenous growth models
Employment and output determination with fixed and flexible prices
The rise and fall of Bretton Wood and emerging international monetary system
World trading system Evolution and distortions
Globalization Developments in exchange markets
Euro currency markets
International bond markets
International debt crisis
Theory of foreign exchange markets Exchange trading
Arbitrage and market hedging
Growth and productivity trends in Indian agriculture Development of distributive institutions
Costs and price policies
Agricultural marketing and credit
Trends in migration and labour markets
minimum wages act
Wto and sustainable agricultural development
Reforms in indian agriculture
Planning and economic development Costs
Prices
Wto and indian agriculture
Globalization
Liberalization and the indian industrial sector
Infrastructure and economic development Social sector
Poverty and reforms in india
Womens
Environment and economic development
Trade reforms and liberalization
Financial sector reforms
Fiscal policy and fiscal reforms
Education
Philosophical foundation of education Relationship af education and philosophy
Western schools of philosophy
Idealism
Realism
Naturalism
Pragmatism
Existentialism
Marxism with special reference to the concepts of knowledge
Reality and values their educational implications for aims
Contents and methods of education
Indian schools of philosophy with special reference to the concept of knowledge
Reality and values and their educational implications
Contributions of vivekananda, tagore, gandhi and aurobindo to educational thinking
National values as enshrined in the indian constitution and their educational implications
Analysis of modern concept of philosophy
Logical empiricism and positive relativism
Sociological foundations of education Relationship of sociology and education
Meaning and nature of educational sociology and sociology of education
Specific characteristics of education as a social sub system
Education and the home
Education and the community with special reference to indian society
Education and modernization
Education and politics
Education and religion
Education and culture
Education and democracy
Socialization of the child
Meaning and nature of social change
Education as related to social stratification and social mobility
Education as related to social equity and equality of educational opportunities
Constraints on social change in india
Education of the socially and economically disadvantaged sections of the society with special reference to scheduled castes and scheduled tribes, women and rural population
Psychological foundations of education Relationship of education and psychology
Process of growth and development
Physical and social
Emotional and intellectual
Development of concept formation
Logical reasoning
Problem solving and creative thinking
Language development
Individual differences of determinants
Role of heredity and environment
Implications of individual differences for organising educational programmes
Intelligence and its theories and measurement
Learning and motivation
Theories of learning
Thorndike is connectionism
Pavlov's classical and skinner's operant conditioning
Learning by insight
Hull's reinforcement theory and tolman's theory of learning
Lewin's field theory
Gagne's hierarchy of learning
Factors influencing learning
Transfer of learning and its theories
Psychology and education of exceptional children
Creative
Gifted,
Backward
Learning disables and mentally retarded
Personality type and trait theories
Measurement of personality
Mental health and hygiene
Process of adjustment
Conflicts and defence mechanism
Mental hygiene and mental health
Guidance of sex education
Methodology of educational research Nature and scope of educational research
Meaning and nature
Need and purpose
Scientific inquiry and theory development
Some emerging trends in research
Fundamental of applied and action research
Formulation of research problem
Criteria and sources for identifying the problem
Delineating and operationalizing variables
Developing assumptions and hypothesis in various types of research
Collection of data
Concept of population and sample
Various methods of sampling
Characteristics of a good sample
Tools and techniques
Characteristics of a good research tool
Types of research tools and techniques and their uses
Questionnaire
Interviews
Observations
Tests and scales
Projective and sociometric techniques
Major approaches to research
Descriptive research
Ex-post facto research
Laboratory experiment
Field experiment
Field studies
Historical research
Analysis of data
Descriptive and inferential statistics
The null hypothesis
Test of significance
Types of error
One-tailed and two-tailed tests
The t-test
The f-test
Non-parametric tests
Biserial,
Point-biserial
Tetrachoric and phi-coefficient of correlation
Partial and multiple correlations
Western schools of philosophy Idealism
Realism
Naturalism
Pragmatism
Existentialism
With special reference to the concepts of knowledge
Reality and values and their educational implications for alms
Contents and methods of education
Indian schools of philosophy with special reference to the concepts of knowledge
Reality and values and their educational implications
Contributions of indian thinkers
Vivekananda
Tagore
Gandhi and aurobindo to educational thinking
Meaning and nature Education and social change
Constraints on social change
Education as related to social equity and equality of educational opportunities
Education of socially and economically disadvantaged section of society with special reference to scheduled castes and scheduled tribes, women and rural populations
Process of growth and development Physical
Social
Emotional and intellectual
Development of concept formation
Logical reasoning
Problem solving and creative thinking language development
Individual differences
Determinants
Role of heredity and environment
Implications of individual differences for organising educational programmes
Learning and motivation Intelligence its theories and measurement
Theories of learning
Thorndike's conditions
Pavlov's classical and skinner's operant conditioning
Learning by insight
Hull's reinforcement theory and tolman's theory of learning
Gagne's hierarchy of learning
Factors influencing learning
Learning and motivation
Transfer of learning and its theories
Personality Personality type and trait theories
Measurement of personality
Mental health and hygiene
Process of adjustment
Conflicts and defence mechanism
Mental hygiene
Guidance and counselling Concept and principles of guidance and counselling
Types of guidance and counselling
Tools and techniques of guidance
Records
Scales and tests
Techniques
Interview
Organizing guidance services at different levels of education
Occupational information
Kinds of services
Like information
Testing
Counselling and follow-up
Sample Concept of population and sample
Various methods of sampling
Concept of hypothéses
Difference with assumptions
Source
Various types of hypothesis
Tools
Questionnaire
Observation and interview as tools of data collection
Tests and scales
Descriptive research Ex-post facto research
Survey research
Historical research
Experimental research
Designs of experimental research
Characteristics
Internal and external validity in experimental research
Qualitative research
Phenomenological research
Ethnomethodical and natu ralistic inquiry
Elementary education Universalization of elementary education in india
Vocationalization of education in usa and india
Educational administration in usa, uk and india
Distance education and continuing education in australia, uk and india
Construction and development of curriculum Different models
Administrative
Grass root
Demonstration
System analysis
Curriculum evaluation Formative
Summative
Interpretation of evaluation results
Development of modern concept of educational administration from 1900 to present-day Taylorism
Administration as a process
Administration as a bureaucracy
Human relations approach to administration
Meeting the psychological needs of employees
Systems approach specific trends in educational administration such as
Decision making
Organizational compliance
Organizational development
Pert
Modern trends in educational management
Leadership in educational administration Meaning and nature of leadership
Theories of leadership
Styles of leadership
Measurements of leadership
Educational planning Meaning and nature
Approaches to educational planning
Perspective planning
Institutional planning
Educational supervision Meaning and nature
Supervision as service activity
Supervision as a process
Supervision as functions
Supervision as educational leadership
Modern supervision
Functions of supervision
Planning the supervisory programme
Organizing supervisory programme
Implementing supervisory programme
Educational measurement and evaluation Concept and scope
Need and relevance
Tools of measurement and evaluation subjective and objective tools
Essay test
Objective test
Scales
Questionnaries
Schedules
Inventories
Perforinance tests
Characteristics of a good measuring instrument Validity
Reliability
Norms
Usability
Test standardization Norm referenced and criterion-referenced tests
Scaling standard scores
T-scores and c-scores
Steps in the standardization of a test Measurement of achievement
Aptitudes
Intelligence
Attitudes
Interests and skills
Interpretation of test-scores and methods of feedback to students
New trends Grading
Semester
Continuous internal assessment
Question bank
Uses of computer in evaluation
Qualitative analysis
Meaning and scope of educational technology Educational technology as systems approach to education
Systems approach in educational technology and its characteristics
Components of educational technology, software, hardware
Multi-media approach in educational technology Modelities of teaching
Difference between teaching and instruction
Conditioning and training
Stages of teaching
Pre-active
Interactive and post-active
Teaching at different levels
Memory
Understanding and reflective
Modification of teaching behaviour Microteaching
Flander's interaction analysis
Simulation
Programmed instruction
Development of programmed instruction material
Linear/branching model
Teaching machines
Computer assisted instruction
Models of teaching Concept
Different families of teaching models
Designing instructional system
Formulation of instructional objectives
Task analysis
Designing of instructional strategies
Lecture
Team teaching
Discussion
Panel discussion
Seminars and tutorials
Communication process Concept of communication
Principles
Modes and barriers of communication
Classroom communication
Distance education Concept
Different contemporary systems
Viz
Correspondence
Distance and open
Student support services
Evaluation strategies in distance education
Counselling methods in distance education
Development of evaluation tools
Norm-referenced and criterion-referenced tests
Concept and nature of special education Objectives
Historical perspective
Integrated education
Education of mentally retarded Characteristics of the retarded
Educable mentally retarded
Teaching strategies
Enrichment programmes
Remedial programmes
Etiology and prevention
Mental hygiene as remediation
Education of the visually impaired Characteristics
Degree of impairment
Etiology and prevention
Educational programmes
Education of the hearing impaired Characteristics
Degree of impairment
Etiology and prevention
Educational programmes
Education of the orthopedically handicapped Types of handicap
Characteristics
Educational programmes
Education of the gifted and creative children Characteristics
Creativity and identification process
Educational programmes
Learning disabled children Characteristics
Identification
Education programmes
Education of juvenile delinquents Characteristics
Problems of alcoholion drug adiction
Anti social and character disorder
Educational programmes for rehabilitation
Teacher education Historical perspective recommendations of various commissions on teacher education
Kothari commission
National policy on education
Aims and objectives of teacher education at
Elementary level
Secondary level
College level
Teaching as a profession Profesional organisations for various levels of teachers and their role
Performance appraisal of teachers
Faculty improvement programme for teacher education
Types of teacher education programmes and agencies Inservice teacher education
Preservice teacher education
Distance education and teacher education
Orientation and refresher courses
Current problems Teacher education and practicing schools
Teacher education and other institutions
Preparing teachers for special schools
Implementation of curricula of teacher education
Areas of research Teaching effectiveness
Criteria and admission
Modification of teacher behaviours
School effectiveness
Electronic science
Semi-conductor Electronic transport in semiconductor
PN junction, PN diode
Diode equation and diode equivalent circuit
Breakdown in diodes
Zener diodes
Tunnel diode
Semiconductor diodes
Characteristics and equivalent circuits of
BJT
JFET
MOSFET
Ic fabrication
Crystal growth
Epitaxy
Oxidation
Lithography
Doping
Etching
Isolation methods
Metalization
Bonding
Thin film active and passive devices
Circuit system Superposition
Thevenin
Norton and maximum power transfer theorems
Network elements
Network graphs
Nodal and mesh analysis
Zero and poles
Bode plots
Laplace
Fourier and z-transforms
Time and frequency domain responses
Image impedance and passive filters
Two-port network parameters
Transfer functions
Signal representation
State variable method of circuit analysis
Ac circuit analysis
Transient analysis
Rectifiers, amplifiers and oscillators Rectifiers
Voltage regulated ics and regulated power supply
Biasing of bipolar junction transistors and jfet
Single stage amplifiers
Multistage amplifiers
Feedback in amplifiers
Oscillators
Function generators
Multivibrators
Characteristics and applications of operational amplifiers
Computational applications
Integrator
Differentiator
Wave shaping circuits
F to v and v to f converters
Active filters
Schmitt trigger
Phase locked loop
Logic gates and Boolean algebra Logic families
Flip-flops
Gates
Boolean algebra and minimization techniques
Multivibrators and clock circuits
Counters
Ring
Ripple
Synchronous
Asynchronous
Up and down shift registers
Multiplexers and demultiplexers
Arithmetic circuits
Memories
A/D and D/A converters
Microprocessors Architecture of 8085 and 8086 microprocessors
Addressing modes
8085 instruction set
8085 interrupts
Programming
Memory and i/o interfacing
Interfacing 8155, 8255, 8279, 8253, 8257, 8259, 8251 with 8085 microprocessors
Serial communication protocols
Introduction of microcontrollers
8031/8051 and 8048
Programming languages Introduction of high-level programming language
Introduction of data in c
Operators and its precedence
Various data types in c
Storage classes in c
Decision-making and forming loop in program
Handling character
Arrays in c
Structure and union
User defined function
Pointers in c
Advanced pointer
Pointer to structures
Pointer to functions
Dynamic data structure
File handling in c
Command line argument
Graphics-video modes
Video adapters
Drawing various objects on screen
Interfacing to external hardware via serial/parallel port using c
Applying c to electronic circuit problems
Introduction to object-oriented programming and c++
Introduction of fortran language
Programming discipline
Statements to write a program
Intrinsic functions
Integer-type data
Type statement
If statement
Data validation
Format-directed input and output
Subscripted variables and do loops
Array
Fortran subprogram
Electronic equations Maxwell's equations
Time varying fields
Wave equation and its solution
Rectangular waveguide
Propagation of wave in ionosphere
Poynting vector
Antenna parameters
Half-wave antenna
Transmission lines
Characteristic of impedance matching
Smith chart
Microwave components-t
Magic-t
Tuner
Circulator isolator
Direction couplers
Sources
Reflex klystron
Principle of operation of magnetron
Solid state microwave devices
Basic theory of gunn
Gaas fet
Crystal defector and pin diode for detection of microwaves
Amplitude, modulation and frequency Basic principles of amplitude
Frequency and phase modulation
Demodulation
Intermediate frequency and principle of superheterodyne receiver
Spectral analysis and signal transmission through linear systems
Random signals and noise
Noise temperature and noise figure
Basic concepts of information theory
Digital modulation and demodulation
Pm
Pcm
Ask
Fsk
Psk
Time-division multiplexing
Frequency-division multiplexing
Data communications
Circuits
Codes and modems
Basic concepts of signal processing and digital filters
Power devices Characteristics of solid state power devices
Scr
Triac
Ujt
Triggering circuits
Converters
Choppers
Inverters
Ac regulators
Speed control of a.c. and d.c. motors
Stepper and synchronous motors
Three phase controlled rectifier
Switch mode power supply
Uninterrupted power supply
Diodes Optical sources
LED
Spontaneous emission
Stimulated emission
Semiconductor
Diode laser
Photodetectors
P-n photodiode
Pin photodiode
Phototransistors
Optocouplers
Solar cells
Display devices
Optical fibres
Light propagation in fibre
Types of fibre
Characteristic parameters
Modes
Fibre splicing
Fibre optic communication system
Coupling to and from the fibre
Modulation
Multiplexing and coding
Repeaters
Bandwidth and rise time budgets
Resistance and capacitance Transduces
Resistance
Inductance capacitance
Peizoelectric
Thermoelectric
Hall effect
Photoelectric
Techogenerators
Measurement of displacement
Velocity
Acceleration
Force
Torque
Strain
Speed and sound temperature
Pressure
Flow
Humidity
Thickness
Ph
Position
Measuring equipment
Measurement of r, l and c
Bridge and potentiometers
Voltage
Current
Power
Energy
Frequency/time
Phase
Dvms
Dmms
CRO
Digital stomage oscilloscope
Logic protes
Logie state analyser
Spectrumanalyzer
Recorder
Noise and interference in instrumentation
Instrumentation amplifiers
Radio telemetry
Analyticul instruments
Biomedical instruments
ECG
Blood pressure measurements
Spectrophotometers
Electron microscope
X-ray diffractometer
Amplifiers and control systems Open-loop and close-loop control system
Error amplifier
On-off controller
Proportional
Proportional-integral
Proportional-derivative
Pid controllers
Dynamic behaviour of control systems
Servomechanism characteristics parameters of control systems
Accuracy
Sensitivity
Disturbances
Transient Response
Stability
Routh-hurwitz criterion
Bode plots
Nyquist criterion
Controlling speed
Temperature and position using analog/digital control circuits
Folk literature
General folklore Scope and the field of folklore
Definitions and concepts of folklore
Fields of folklore and folklife studies
Folklore studies in india and abroad
Early scholarship
Collections and compilations
Authors and their books
Folklore theories
Historical-geographical theory
Functional theory
Psychoanalytical theory
Structural theory
Contextual theory
Performance theory
Other theories
Folklore and other disciplines
Folklore genres
Folk literature Definition of folk literature
Fields of folk literature
Folk song
Folk narrative poems
Origin
Characteristics and classification
Functions and study
Folk myth, legend and tale
Proverbs
Riddles
Folk speech and other genres
Collection and study Collection of folk literature
Preservation and documentation
Classification and study
Oral folklore
Beliefs
Customs
Festivals
Medicine
Material culture
Folk performing arts
Unit-I Scope and the field of folklore
Definitions and concepts of folklore
Fields of folklore and folklife studies
Folklore and other disciplines
Folklore genres
Definition of culture
Marriage, family and kinship
Folk religion and magic
Unit-II Mythological theory
Historical-geographical theory
Functional theory
Psychoanalytical theory
Structural theory
Oral forulaic theory
Genre theory
Contextual theory
Performance theory
Theory of nativism
Unit-III Nature and scope of field work
Collection of folk literature
Collection of non-oral folklore
Preparations for field work and research design
Scientific methods of collection
Interview method
Observation method
Questionnaire method
Archiving and using the archives
Experiences of field work
Unit IV India
Contribution by western scholars
Contribution of early indian scholars
Folklore research in various states of india
Recent trends in folklore studies
Other country
Folklore research by american scholars
Folklore research by european scholars
Folklore research by russian scholars
Major scholars of world
Max muller
V. j. propp
Stith thompson
Levi strauss
Alan dundes
Devendra satyarthi
Unit-V Definition and characteristics of song
Origin and classification of song
Functions and study of song
Definition and characteristics of ballad
Origin and classification of ballad
Functions and study of ballad
Definition and characteristics of epic
Origin and classification of epic
Functions and study of epic
Unit- VI Definition and characteristics of myth
Origin and classification of myth
Functions and study of myth
Definition and characteristics of legend
Origin and classification of legend
Functions and study of legend
Definition and characteristics of tale
Origin and classification of tale
Functions and study of tale
Unit-VII Definition and characteristics of folk theatre
Origin of folk theatre
Classification of theatrical arts
Functions of folk theatre
Study of folk theatre
Role of literature in theatrical forms
Problems faced by indian folk theatre in modern era
Folk artists and art forms
Unit-VIII Definition and characteristics of proverbs
Origin of proverbs
Classification of proverbs
Functions and study of proverbs
Definition and characteristics of riddles
Origin of riddles
Classification of riddles
Functions and study of riddles
Literary and cultural significance of proverbs and riddles
Unit-IX Definition and characteristics of folk speech
Nature and function of folk
Dialects and accent
Nature of communication
Forms and models of communication
Folk media and mass media
Skills of communication
Unit-X Adaptation and interaction of folk literature
Folklore and fakelore
Tradition and innovation in folklore
Application of folklore
Polity
Election process
Medicine
Sociology
Psychology
Forensic science
Unit-I Forensic science -definitions,history and development
Crime scene management and investigation
Collection
Preservation
Packing and forwarding of physical and trace evidences for analysis
Legal and court procedure pertaining to expert testimony
Unit-II Microscopy
Polarising
Comparison
Stereoscopic
Fluorescent and electron microscopes
Spectrophotometry
U
V
Visible
Ir atomic absorption
Neutron activation analysis
X-rays
Nmr
Chromatographic techniques
Tlc
Glc
Gcms
Hplc
Electrophoresis
High and low voltage electrophoresis
Gel electrophoresis and immunoelectrophoresis
Unit-III Fresh blood
Grouping and typing of fresh blood samples including enzyme types
Analysis of stains of blood and allied body fluids for their groups and enzyme tests
Cases of disputed paternity and maternity problems
Dna profiling
Unit-IV Analysis of illicit liquor including methyl and ethyl alcohol and alcohol in body fluids and breathe
Analysis of petroleum products
Chemical examination and physiology/pharmacology of
Insecticides and pesticides
Psychotropic drugs
Sedatives
Stimulants
Opiates and drugs of abuse
Extraction
Isolation and identification of poisons from viscera, tissues and body fluids
Unit-V Classification of fire arms, ammunition and their compositions
Comparison and identification of cartridges
Bullets and fire arms
Country made fire arms
Velocity
Penetration
Dispersion
Ricochet
Accidental discharge
Determination of range
Bombs and explosives
Composition
Ignition
Combustion and detonation
Examination of country made bombs
Improvised explosive devices
Unit-VI Identification of hair
Determination of species origin
Sex, site and individual identification from hair
Classification and identification of fibres
Examination and identification of
Saliva
Urine
Faecal matter and milk
Examination and identification of semen stains including the species origin and individual characteristics
Unit-VII Physical analysis of the following -soil,glass,paints,lacquers,cement,inks,paper,tool marks,tyre marks,shoe prints
Forensic examination of vehicles in cases of accident
Unit-VIII Identification of individuals from bodily features
Examination and identification of deceased from skeletal remains
Identification and individualisation from footprints
Identification and individualisation from teeth
Unit-IX Preliminary examination of documents
Identification of handwriting
Signatures and detection of forgeries
Anonymous and disguised writings
Reproduction of documents through photographic and mechanical means and their examination
Physical and chemical erasures
Obliterations
Additions
Alterations
Indentations
Secret writings and charred documents
Inks, papers and their scientific examinations including instrumental analysis
Age of documents
Examination of typescripts, printed matter including currency notes and lottery tickets and mechanical impressions
History
Classification
Search
Lifting and examination of fingerprints
Development of latent fingerprints by various methods
Single digit classification and examination of chance prints
Crime records and computerisation of fingerprints
Unit-X Medicolegal aspects of wounds
Post-mortem examination and pm changes
Asphyxial death
Sexual offences
Infanticide
Forensic psychiatry and lye detection
French
Literature History of french literature
From the beginning of the 16th century to the present-day literature
Major literary movements
Renaissance
Pleiade humanisme
Classicism
Romanticism
Realism
Naturalism
Symbolism
Existentialism
«nouveau roman»
«nouveau theatre>>
Francophone literature
Translation Definition of translation
Translating versus interpreting
Pedagogical translation versus professional translation
Theme and version
Theoretical concepts of translation
Linguistic approach to translation
Interpretive theory of translation
Study of journalese in french and english
Study of terminology in various fields of science and technology
Teaching of translation
Civilisation From the french revolution to present day france
A broad political, economic and social outline of the history of france
Broad awareness of the physical, political and economic geography of france
Broad awareness of the following -cinema,painting,sculpture,music
Linguistic Linguistics as a scientific study of language
Synchronic and diachronic linguistics
Language as a system of communication
Double articulation of language
Langue and parole
Code and message
Linguistic competence and performance
Nature of the linguistic sign
Language as structure
Theory of immediate constituents
Notion of fundamental sentences
Initiation to generative transformational grammar
Language varieties and registers
Paradigm of the verb
Complementation of the noun
The verb and the sentence
Definition of the phoneme and its role and function in speech
Study of speech organs
Classification of speech sounds into consonants, vowels, and semivowels
A study of distinctive feature
Mode and place of articulation
The syllable
Problem of coarticulation
Rythme groups
Methodology of teaching French as a foreign language Definition of methode, methodologie, and manuel
Review of traditional and direct methods audio
Audio-visual method
Contribution of structural linguistics to language teaching / learning
Contribution of behaviour psychology to language teaching / learning
Structural exercises
Français fondamental
Communicative approach
Communicative competence
Speech acts
Authentic documents
Creativity in language use
Critical appraisal of different text books
Dondo, cours de langue et civilisation française
Voix et images de france
Le français et la vie
Cartes sur table
Intercodes
Le nouveau sans frontieres
Le nouvel espaces
Libre echange
Panorama
Problems and perspectives of teaching french in the indian context
Principles of material production
General paper on teaching and research aptitude
Teaching aptitude Teaching
Nature
Objectives
Characteristics and basic requirements
Learner's characteristics
Factors affecting teaching
Methods of teaching
Teaching aids
Evaluation systems
Research aptitude Research
Meaning
Characteristics and types
Steps of research
Methods of research
Reasearch ethics
Paper
Article
Workshop
Seminar
Conference and symposium
Thesis writing and its characteristics and format
Reading comprehension A passage to be set with questions to be answered
Communication Nature
Characteristics
Barriers and effective classroom communication
Reasoning Number series
Letter series
Codes
Relationships
Classification
Logical reasoning Understanding the structure of arguments
Evaluating and distinguishing deductive and inductive reasoning
Verbal analogies
Word analogy
Applied analogy
Verbal classification
Reasoning logical diagrams
Simple diagrammatic relationship
Multi diagrammatic relationship
Venn diagram
Analytical reasoning
Data interpretation Sources
Acquisition and interpretation of data
Quantitative and qualitative data
Graphical representation and mapping of data
Information and communication technology Meaning of ict
Advantages, disadvantages and uses
General abbreviations and terminology
Basics of internet and e-mailing
People and environment People and environment interaction
Sources of pollution
Pollutants and their impact on human life
Exploitation of natural and energy resources
Natural hazards and mitigation
Higher education system - governance, polity and administration Structure of the institutions for higher learning and research in india
Formal and distance education
Professional/technical and general education
Value education
Governance
Polity and administration
Concept
Institutions and their interactions
Geography
Geomorphology Fundamental concepts
Endogenetic and exogenetic forces
Denudation and weathering
Geosynclines
Continental drift and plate tectonics
Concept of geomorphic cycle
Landforms associated with fluvial
Glacial
Arid
Coastal and karst cycles
Factors controlling landform development
Denudation process
Weathering and erosion
Mountain building
Slope forms and processes
Environmental and applied geomorphology
Climatology Composition and structure of the atmosphere
Heat and budget of the earth
Distribution of temperature
Atmospheric pressure and general circulation of winds
Monsoon and jet stream
Tropical and temperate cyclones
Classification of world climates
Koppen's and thornthwaite's schemes
Insolation
Heat budget of the earth
Monsoons and jet streams
Stability and instability of the atmosphere
Air-masses
Fronts
Temperate and tropical cyclones
Types and distribution of precipitation
Hydrological cycle
Global warming
Oceanography Ocean deposits
Coral reefs
Temperature and salinity of the oceans
Density of sea water
Tides and ocean currents
Bio-geography
World distribution of plants and animals
Forms and functions of ecosystem
Conservation and management of ecosystems
Problems of pollution
Origin of ocean basins
Bottom relief of indian
Atlantic and pacific oceans
Sea-level changes
Geographic thought general character of geographic knowledge during the ancient and medieval period
Foundations of modern geography
Determinism and possibilism
Areal differentiation and spatial organisation
Population geography Patterns of world distribution
Growth and density of population
Patterns and processes of migration
Demographic transition
Nature
Scope
Subject matter and recent trends
Policy issues
Population
Resource regions
Settlement geography Site
Situation
Size
Spacing and internal morphology of rural and urban settlements
City-region
Primate city
Rank-size rule
Settlement hierarchy
Christaller's central place theory
August lösch's theory of market centres
Ecological processes of urban growth
Urban fringe
Settlement systems
Economic geography Sectors of economy
Primary and secondary
Tertiary and quaternary
Natural resources
Renewable and non-renewable
Measurement of agricultural productivity and efficiency
Crop combination and diversification
Von thunen's model
Classification of industries
Weber's and losch's approaches
Resource based and footloose industries
Models of transportation and transport cost
Accessibility and connectivity
Location of economic activities and spatial organization of economies
Classification of economies
Conservation of resources
Political geography Heartland and rimland theories
Boundaries and frontiers
Nature of administrative areas and geography of public policy and finance
Social geography
Ethnicity
Tribe
Dialect
Language
Caste and religion
Concept of social well-being
Cultural geography
Culture-areas and cultural regions
Human races
Habitat
Economy and society of tribal groups
Definition and scope of political geography
Geopolitics
Global strategic views
Concept of nation
State and nation-state
Politics of world resources
Geography and federalism
Regional planning Regional concept in geography
Concept of planning regions
Types of regions
Methods of regional delineation
Regional planning in india
Indicators of development
Regional imbalances
Evolution
Nature and scope of town planning with special reference to india and fundamentals of town and country planning
Its application to planning
Regional hierarchy
Types of regions and methods of regional delineation
Conceptual and theoretical framework of regional planning
Concept of development
Geography of India Physiographic divisions
Climate
Its regional variations
Vegetation types and vegetation regions
Major soil types
Irrigation and agriculture
Population distribution and growth
Settlement patterns
Mineral and power resources
Major industries and industrial regions
Coastal and marine resources
Water resources
Irrigation
Agriculture
Agroclimatic regions
Regional disparities in social economic development
Cartography Types of maps
Techniques for the study of spatial patterns of distribution
Choropleth
Isopleth and chorochromatic maps and pie diagrams
Mapping of location-specific data
Accessibility and flow maps
Remote sensing and computer application in mapping
Digital mapping
Geographic information system
Statistical methods
Data sources and types of data
Frequency distribution and cumulative frequency
Measures of central tendency
Selection of class intervals for mapping
Measures of dispersion and concentration
Mean, mode, median and standard deviation
Lorenz curve
Methods of measuring association among different attributes
Simple and multiple correlation
Regression
Nearest-neighbour analysis
Scaling techniques
Rank score
Weighted score
Sampling techniques for geographical analysis
Map as a tool in geographical studies
Single purpose and composite maps
Choroplethi
Mapping of location specific data
Thematic maps
Bio-geography Physical factors influencing world distribution of plants and animals
Forms and functions of ecosystem
Forest
Grassland
Marine and mountain ecosystem
Bio-diversity and its depletion through natural and man induced causes
Conservation and management of ecosystems
Environmental hazards and problems of pollution
Ozone depletion
History of geographic thought General character of geographic knowledge during the ancient and medieval period
Foundations of modern geography
Contribution of
German
French
British and american schools
Conceptual and methodological developments during the 20th century
Changing paradigms
Man and environment
Determinisin and possibilism
Areal differentiation and spatial organisation
Quantitative revolution
Impact of positivism
Humanism
Radicalism and behaviouralism in geography
Agricultural geography Concept and techniques of delimitation of agricultural regions
Measurement of agricultural productivity and efficiency
Crop combinations and diversification
Von thunen's model
Agricultural systems of the world
Industrial geography Classification of industries
Weber's and losch's approaches
Resource based and footloose industries
Geography of transport and trade Models of transportation and transport cost
Accessibility and connectivity
Inter-regional and intra-regional
Comparative cost advantages
Social geography Nature and scope of social geography
Social structure and social processes
Elements of social geography
Ethnicity
Tribe
Dialect
Language
Caste and religion
Concept of social well-being
Cultural geography Nature and scope of cultural geography
Environment and culture
Concept of culture-areas and cultural regions
Theories of tribal groups
Dwelling places as cultural expressions
Statistical methods Data sources and types of data
Statistical diagrams
Study of frequency distribution and cumuladve frequency
Measures of central tendency
Selection of class intervals for mapping
Measures of dispersion and concentration
Mean, mode, median and standard deviation
Lorenz curve
Methods of measuring association among different attributes
Simple and multiple correlation
Regression
Measurement of spatial patterns of distribution
Nearest-neighbour analysis
Scaling techniques
Rank score
Weighted score
Sampling techniques for geographical analysis
History
Concepts, ideas and themes Bharatvarsha
Sabha and samiti
Varnasrama
Purusharthas
Rina
Samskaras
Yajna
Doctrine of karma
Dandaniti/arthasastra
Saptanga
Dharmavijaya
Stupa/chaitya
Nagara/dravida/vesara
Bodhisattva/tirthankara
Alvars/nayanars
Sreni
Kara/vishti
Stridhana
Memorial stones
Agraharas
Khailafat
Sulah-i-kul
Maharashtra-dharma
Turkan-i-chaclghani
Watan
Baluta
Iqta
Jizyah
Madad-i-maash
Amaram
Raya-rekho
Jangama
Chauth
Hundi
Sarraf
Polygars
Jagir
Dastur
Mansab
Deshmukh
Nadu
Pargana
Bengai vaishnavism
Alt magha
Shahna-i-mandi
Mercantilism
Economic nationalism
Indian renaissance
Economic drain
Colonialism
Paramountcy
Dyarchy
Federalism
Utilitarianism
Filtration theory
Forward policy
Doctrine of lapse
Satyagraha
Swadeshi
Revivalism
Communalism
Orientalism
De-industrialisation
Subsidiary alliance
Evangelicalism
Bhudan
Panchsheel
Mixed economy
Indian left
Hindu code bill
Ancient Indian history Archaeological sources
Exploration
Excavation
Epigraphy
Numismatics
Monuments
Literacy soruce
Primary and secondary indigenous
Problems of dating
Myths
Legends
Poetry
Scientific literature
Literature in regional languages
Religious literature
Foreign accounts
Greek, chinese and arab writers
Man and environment
Geographical factors
Hunting and gathering
Beginning of agriculture
Indus valley civilization -origin,date,extent,characteristics,decline,survival and significance
Iron age
Second urbanisation
Vedic period
Migrations and settlements
Dating the vedic
Literary and archaeological evidences
Evolution of social and political institutions
Religious and philosophical ideas
Rituals and practices
Period of mahajanapadas
Formation of states
Republics and monarchies
Rise of urban centres
Trade routes
Economic growth
Introduction of coinage
Spread of jainism and buddhism
Rise of magadha and nandas
Iranian and macedonian invasions and their impact
Mauryan empire
Foundation of the mauryan empire
Chandragupta
Kautilya and arthashastra
Ashoka
Concept of dharma
Edicts
Brahmi and kharosthi scripts
Administration
Economy
Architecture and sculpture
External contacts
Disintegration of the empire
Sungas and kanvas
Post-mauryan period
Contact with outside world
Growth of urban centres
Coinage
Development of religions
Mahayana
Social conditions
Art and architecture
Literature and science
Early state and society in eastemn india, decccan and south india
Kharavela
The satavahanas
Tamil states of the sangam age
Land grants
Trade guilds and urban centres
Buddhist centres
Sangam literature and culture
Imperial guptas and regional states of india
Guptas and vakatakas
Harsha
Economic conditions
Coinage of the guptas
Decline of urban centres
Caste system
Position of women
Education and educational institutions
Nalanda, vikramshila and vallabhi
Contact with neighbouring countries
Central asia, south east asia and china
Sanskrit literature
The kadambas
Gangas
Pallavas and chalukyas of badami
Trade guilds
Sanskrit literature and growth of regional languages and scripts
Growth of vaishnava and saiva religions
Tamil bhakti movement
Shankaracharya
Vedanta
Institutions of temple and temple architecture
Varmanas of kamrup
Palas and senas
Rashtrakutas
Pratiharas
Kalachuri-chedis
Paramaras
Chalukyas of gujarat
Arab contacts
Ghaznavi conquest
Alberuni
The chalukyas of kalyana
Cholas
Cheras
Hoysalas
Pandyas
Administration and local government
Growth of art and architecture
Religious sects
Institution of temple and mathas
Agraharas
Education and literature
Economy and society
Contact with sri lanka and south-east asia
Stone-age cultures of india
Origin
Date
Extent and characteristics of the indus valley civilization
Evolution of social and political institutions in the vedic period
Economic and religious developments in 6th century bc
Sources of mauryan history
Megasthenes
Kautilya
Asokan edicts and simhalese chronicles
Economy and trade during 2nd century bc
3rd century ad
Schools of art
Development of stupa and chaitya architecture
Assessment of the gupta age
Ancient indian republics
History of local self-government in india
Indian feudalism
Indian contacts with the outside world in the ancient period
Contribution of sankara and ramanuja to religion and philosophy
Medieval Indian history Archaeological
Epigraphic and numismatic materials and monuments
Chronicles
Literary sources
Persian, sanskrit and regional languages
Archival materials
Foreign travellers' accounts
Political developments
The sultanate
The ghorids
The turks
The khaljis
The tughlaqs
The sayyids and the lodis
Foundation of mughal empire
Babur
Humayun and the suris
Expansion from akbar to aurangzeb
Decline of the mughal empire
Political
Administrative and economic causes
Later mughals and disintegration of the mughal empire
The vijayanagara and the bahmanis
Rise, expansion and disintegration
The maratha movement
The foundation of swaraj by shivaji and its expansion under the peshwas
Maratha confederacy and causes of decline
Administration under the sultanate
Civil
Judicial
Revenue
Fiscal and military
Sher shah's administrative reforms
Mughal administration
Land revenue and other sources of income
Mansabdari and jagirdari
Administrative system in the deccan
The vijayanagara
The bahmanis and the marathas
Economic aspects
Agricultural production
Village economy
Peasantry
Urban centres and population
Industries
Cotton textiles
Handicrafts
Agro-based industries
Organisation
Factories
Technology
Trade and commerce
State policies
Internal and external trade
European trade
Trade centres and ports
Transport and communication
Financing trade
Commerce and industries
Hundi and insurance
Currency
Socio-religious movements
The sufis and their orders
Beliefs and practices
The leading sufi saints
Bhakti cult
Shaivism and its branches
Vaishnavism and its branches
The saints of the medieval periodo
North and south and their impact on socio political and religious life
The sikh movement
Guru nanak dev and his teachings and practices
Adi granth
The khalsa
Classification of ruling class
Major religious groups
The mercantile and professional classes
Rural society
Petty chieftains
Village officials
Cultivators and non-cultivating classes
Artisans
Position of women
Cultural life
System of educational and its motivations
Literature
Fine arts
Major schools of painting
Music
Architectural developments of north and south india
Indo islamic architecture
Sources on medieval indian history
North-west frontier and deccan policy of the mughals
Society and economy during medieval period
Religion, art, architecture and literature during medieval period
Urban economy, trade and commerce during medieval period
Legacy of the mughals
18th century debate
Significance of regional history
Modern Indian history Sources and hitstorlography
Archival materials
Biographies and memories
Newspapers
Oral evidence
Creative literature and painting
Concerns in modern indian historiography
Imperialist
Nationalist
Marxist and subaltern
Rise of british power
European traders in india in the 17th and 18th centuries
Portuguese
Dutch
French and the british
The establishment and expansion of british dominion in india
British relations with and subjugation of the principal indian powers
Bengal
Oudh
Hyderabad
Mysore
Marathas and the sikhs
Administration of the compang and crown
Evolution of central and provincial structure under the east india company 1773 to 1853
Paramountcy
Civil service
Judiciary
Police and the army under the company and crown
Local self government
Constitutional changes 1909 to 1935
Economic history
Changing composition
Volume and direction of trade
The tribute
Expansion and commercialisation of agriculture
Land rights
Land settlements
Rural indebtedness
Landless labour
Decline of industries
Changing socio economic conditions of artisans
De-urbanisation
British industrial policy
Major modern industries
Nature of factory legislation
Labour and trade union movements
Monetary policy
Banking
Currency and exchange
Railways and road transport
Growth of new urban centres
New features of town planning and architecture
Famines and epidemics and the government policy
Economic thought
English utilitarians
Indian economic historians
The drain theory
Indian society in tansition
Contact with christianity
The missions
Critique of indian social and economic practices and religious beliefs
Educational and other activities
The new education
Government policy
Levels and contents
English language
Modern science
Indian initiatives in education
Raja rammohan roy
Socio-religious reforms
Emergence of middle class
Caste associations and caste mobility
Women's question
Nationalist discourse
Women's organisations
British legislation concerning women
Constitutional position
The printing press
Journalistic activity and the public opinion
Modernisation of indian languages and literary forms
Reorientation in painting
Music and performing arts
National movement
Rise of indian nationalism
Social and economic bases of nationalism
Revolt of 1857 and different social classes
Tribal and peasant movements
Ideologies and programmes of the indian national congress 1885-1920
Trends in swadeshi movement
Ideologies and programmes of indian revolutionaries in india and abroad
Gandhian mass movements
Ideology and programme of the justice party
Left wing politics
Movement of the depressed classes
Communal politics and genesis of pakistan
Towards independence and partition
India after independence during 1947 to 1964
Rehabilitation after partition
Integration of the indian states
The kashmir question
The making of the indian constitution
The structure of bureaucracy and the policy
The demographic trends
Economic policies and the planning process
Linguistic reorganisation of states
Foreign policy initiatives
World history
Concepts
Ideas and terms
Pre history
Burial practices
Mother-goddess
Law codes
Athenian democracy
Imperial rome
Slavery
Aristocracy
Confucianism
Manorial system
Black death
Feudalism
Humanism
Enlightened despotism
Divine right
Supremacy of church
Holy roman empire
Social contract and general will
Nation states
Renaissance
Reformation
Darwinism
Great depression 1929
Feminism
Non alignment
Parliamentary democracy
Nazism
Commonwealth
Imperialism
Socialism
Balance of power
Apartheid
Rights of man
Cold war
Post modernism
Research in history
Scope and value of history
Objectivity and bias in history
History and its auxiliary sciences
Area of research proposed
Sources of primary / secondary in the proposed area of research
Modern historical writing in the researcher's area of research
From the Indus valley civilization to the Mahajanapadas Age
Extent and characteristics of the indus valley civilization
Vedic culture
Early and late
Geography
Social and political institutions
Economic conditions
Religious and philosophical ideas
Mahajanapadas
Republics
Economic growth
Emergence of jainism and buddhism
Rise of magadha
Macedonian invasion and its effects
History of India from 4th century BC to 3rd century ad Foundation of the mauryan empire
Chandragupta
Asoka and his dhamma
Mauryan administration
Economy, art and architecture
Disintegration of the mauryan empire
Sangam age
Sungas
Satvahanas and kushanas
Administration
Religion
Society
Economy
Trade and commerce
Culture
Art and architecture
Literature
India from the 4th century AD to 12th century AD Gupta
Vakataka age
Harsha pallavas
Early chalukyas
Rashtrakutas-cholas-prattharas-palas
A brief survey of the history of the paramaras
Kalachuris
Gahadavalas and chauhans
Administration
Feudalism
Society
Position of women
Educational centres
Economy
Religious trends
Styles of temple architecture
Art
Literature
An outline of scientific and technological developments
India's contacts with the outside world
India from 1206 to 1526 Expansion and consolidation
The ghorids
The turks
The khaljis
The tughlaqs
The sayyids and the lodis
Vijayanagar and bahamani kingdoms
State and religion
Concept of sovereignty
Religious movements and sufism
Economic aspect
Urban centres
Industries
Trade and commerce
Land revenue and prices
Mongol problem and its impact
Administrative structure
Art, architecture and literature
Sources of archaeological
Persian and non persian literature
Foreign travellers' account
India from 1526 onward Sources of mughal period
Mughal expansion and consolidation
Babur's establishment of mughal rule in india
Humayun and surs
Akbar
Jahangir
Shahjahan and aurangzeb
Mughal relations with the nobility and the rajputs
The period of stability and expansion 1611-1621
The period of crises 1622-1627
The nurjahan junta
Decline of mughal empire
Political
Administrative and economic causes
The maratha movement
The foundation of swarajya by shivaji and its expansion and administration
Maratha confederacy and causes of decline
Sher shah's administrative reforms
Mughal administration
Land revenue and other sources of income
Mansabdari and jagirdari
Socio-economic and cultural life under the Mughals Village society and economy
Art, architecture and literature
Trade and commerce
Religious policy from akbar to aurangzeb
Urban centres and industries
Currency
Position of women
Foundation of the British rule Rise of european powers
Expansion and consolidation of the british rule
British relations with major indian powers
Bengal
Oudh
Hyderabad
Mysore
Marathas and sikhs
Administration under the east india company and crown
Paramountcy
Civil service
Judiciary
Police and army
Local self government
Constitutional development from 1909 to 1935
Economic and social policies Agrarian policy of the british
Land revenue
Agriculture and land rights
Famine policy
Rural indebtedness
Policy towards trade and industries
Condition of labour
Trade union movements
Factory legislation
Banking
Transport
Drain theory
Indian society in transition
Christian missions
Socio-religious reform movements
Status of women
New educational policy
English language
Modern sciences
Journalism
Indian languages and literature
National movement and post-independent India Rise of nationalism
Revolt of 1857
Tribal and peasant movements
Ideologies and programmes of indian national congress
Swadeshi movement
Indian revolutionary movement in india and abroad
Gandhian mass movements
Ideologies and programmes of the justice party
Left wing politics
Movement of the depressed classes
Genesis of pakistan
India towards independence and partition
India after independence
Rehabilitation after partition
Integration of indian states
The kashmir question
Making of the indian constitution
Structure of bureaucracy and the police
Economic policies and the planning process
Linguistic reorganisation of the states
Foreign policy initiatives
World history - concepts, ideas and terms Renaissance
Reformation
Enlightenment
Rights of man
Apartheid
Imperialism
Socialism
Nazism
Parliamentary democracy
Commonwealth
Efforts at world peace
Cold war
Post-modernism
Research in history Scope and importance of history
Objectivity and bias in history
Causation in history
History and its auxiliary sciences
Significance of regional history
Recent trends of indian history
Research methodology
Area of proposed research
Sources of primary / secondary in the proposed area of research
Recent historical writings in the proposed area of research
Modem Indian history The establishment and expansion of the british dominion in india
Constitutional development from 1858 to 1935
The british agrarian policies
The relief measures adopted by the british
Education and social reforms under the british
Socio-religious reform movements in the 19th century
Rise of nationalism and the indian national congress
The gandhian era towards
Towards independence and partition
The making of the indian constitution and its working
Home science
Food science Food groups
Food preparation
Food preservation
Food science and food analysis
Food processing
Nutrition science Fundamentals of nutrition
Nutritional biochemistry
Food Microbiology
Public nutrition
Therapeutic nutrition
Institutional management Management of hospitality institutes
Hospital/hotel/restaurant/café and outdoor catering
Management of social institutes
Family as institute
Child care and geriatric institutes
Panchayats
Management of educational institutes
Pre-school
Primary and secondary schools
Higher educational institutes
Management of special institutes for physically
Mentally and socially challenged
Challenges and problems faced by institutions
Clothing Principles of clothing
Socio-
Psychological aspects of clothing
Selection of fabrics
Clothing and family clothing
Clothing construction
Basic principles of drafting
Flat pattern and draping methods
Principles and concepts of textile design
Fashion design
Fashion cycles
Business and merchandizing
Care and maintenance of textile materials and garments
Laundry agents -methods and equipments
Textiles General properties and fine structure of all textile fibers
Processing and manufacture of all natural and man made fibers
Definition and classification of yarns
Identification of yarns and its use in various fabrics
Fabric construction
Definition and types of woven
Non-woven
Knitted and other construction techniques
Testings of fibers
Yarns and fabric
importance of quality control and research institutes
Resource management Concept of home management and steps
Management of human resources
Classification of resources
Basic characteristics of resources
Decision making in family
Steps in decision making
Methods of resolving conflicts
Work simplification
Importance of work simplification in home
Mundel's classes of change
Simple pen and pencil technique in work simplification
Housing
Interior design
Principles of interior design
Various colours and colour schemes
Selection and care of household equipment
Human development Principles and stages of child development
Life span development
Theories of human development and behaviour
Child rearing
Socialization practices and dynamics
Emerging trends of early childhood care and education
Development problems and disabilities during childhood and adolescence
Guidance and counselling
Advanced child study methods and assessment
Women's studies
Recent approaches of family welfare programme
Non formal education and extension education History and development of home science in formal/non-formal and extension education
Theory and practices of programme/curriculum planning and development
Management and administration of formal/non-formal and extension education
Monitoring
Supervision and evaluation of formal
Non formal and extension education
Vocationalization of home science in india
Theories and principles of guidance and counselling in formal/non-formal/ extension
Problems and challenges encountered in formal/non-formal/extension
Developmental and educational communication Concept and classification of communication
Selection/preparation/use of traditional methods and materials of communication
Selection/preparation/use of modern methods and materials of communication
Strategies for developmental communication trends
Communication for publicity and public relations/classroom communications in home science trends
Change and challenges in communication in contemporary society
Methods of research Trends in research in home science
Research designs
Types of research
Sampling techniques
Selection and preparation of tools for data collection
Type of variables and their selection
Data collection and classification/coding
Analysis of data through parametric and non parametric statistics
Report writing
Presentation of data
Interpretation and discussion
Food and nutrition Food science and quality control
Macro and Micro Nutrients
Human nutritional requirements
Assessment of nutritional status
Food biotechnology
Institutional management and dietetics Advanced management and organisation
Management of human resources
Experimental quantity cookery
Financial and profit management
Quantity food preparation techniques
Food service and delivery systems
Marketing
Therapeutic dietetics
Child and human development Rights perspective of human development
Principles and theories of human development
Strategies of early childhood care and development
Monitoring and supervision of early childhood care and development
Children with special needs and children at risk
Intervention programmes
Socialization in various family contexts across different cultures
advances in assessment of children
Clothing and textiles Textile chemistry
Fibers and dyes
Dyeing
Printing and finishing of fibers yarns and fabrics
Textile and apparel industry
Fundamental of business
Specifications
Quality control agencies and marketing
Historic and traditional textiles of world with emphasis on india
Curriculum and teaching in clothing and textiles
Analysis and development of curriculum
Teaching methods and aids
Consumer and textiles and clothing
Recent developments in textile and clothing
Home and community resource management Concept of home management
System approach to family
Input
Output and feedback
Family resources
Management of resources like time energy and money
Basic characteristics of resources
Efficient methods of utilization of resources
Family life cycle
Demands upon resources like time, energy and money
Concept of ergonomics and its importance and application in home
Concept of communication process and its importance in family
Barriers in communication process
Measures for effective communication
Concept of work simplification and its importance in home
Simple pen and pencil technique
Consumer education
Laws protecting consumer
Role of consumer society in protecting consumer
Kinds of adulteration
Identification of adulteration
Home science extension education Curriculum development for formal education in home sciences
General and special methods of teaching home science
Media and materials for promoting home science in formal/non-formal/adult/ extension education
Non formal and adult education in home science
Extension education in home science
Women in changing india and plans for their development
Self employment and entrepreneurship through home science
Programmes of extension in home science
Measurement and evaluation including monitoring and supervision for formal/ non-formal/adult education/extension education
Human rights and duties
Unit-I The basic concepts
Individual
Group
State
Civil society
Liberty
Freedom
Equality
Justice
Violence
Counter violence
Human values
Humanity
Compassion
Virtues
Indian concepts
Raj neeti
Lok neeti
Danda neeti
Nyaya
Dharma
Liberal perspective
Locke
Rousseau
Thomas paine
J. s. mill
A. v. dicey
Marxian perspective
Marx
Gramsci
Rosa luxemberg
Critical theory of horbeumors
Feminist perspective
Gender specificity
Patriarchy
Private and public independent and inter-dependent individual
Gandhian perspective
Power
Swaraj
Rights and duties
Dalit perspective
Phule
Narayna guru
Ambedkar
Amartya sen -development as freedom
Unit II Natural rights and human duties
Origins and evolution
Civil and political rights
Individual vis-a-vis society and state
The contribution of magna carta
American bill of rights
The freneh revolution and its goals of liberty
Equality and fraternity marxist revolutions
Anti-colonial movements
Non-violent
Freedom movement in India
Constitutional enshrinement of the human rights of citizens in the western countries and entailing duties
Universal declaration of human rights 1948
International standards setting
Impact of the udhr on the constitutions of the 'new' states
Elaboration of human rights
International human rights conventions
Debate and emphasis on social
Economic and cultural rights of man
International conventions on civil and political rights
Social
Economic and cultural rights and responsibilities
Universal declaration of human responsibilities
Helsinki declaration
International conventions and declarations relating to specific -groups :women,child,indigenous people,minorities,refugees
International conventions and declarations relating to specific -rights :religious freedom,torture,development,racial discrimination,sexual discrimination
"third generation of human rights” collective rights or solidarity rights
Unit-III Society
Economy
Polity
Religion and culture their inter-relationship
Impact of social structure on human behaviour
Role of socialization in human values
Human rights and duties
Science and technology
Modernization
Globalization and dehumanization
Social stratification
Racial and caste prejudice and discrimination
Human rights issues of weaker sections and ethnic minorities
Gender
Gender discrimination
Domestic violence and rape
Children
Child abuse
Child labour
Street children
Social structure and social problems
Social and communal conflicts and social harmony
Rural poverty
Unemployment
Bonded labour
Urban poverty
Slums
Lack of basic civil services
Prostitution
Migrant workers and human rights violations
Human rights of mentally and physically handicapped
Environmental degradation and rights of current vs future generation
Unit-IV State
Individual liberty
Freedom and democracy
The changing nature of state with special reference to the developing countries
Soft state
Interventionist state
Welfare state
Repressive state
Political regimes and human rights in developed as well as developing countries
Human rights and international politics
Emergence of a new global order
Tehran conference 1968
Vienna conference 1993
Human rights
Environmental degradation and underdevelopment
International humanitarian law
Geneva conventions
International red cross society
Refugee protection and the role of united nations high commissioner for refugees
International tribunals and the international criminal court
International intervention
The question of nation-state
Citizenship and sovereignty
Right of self determination
Autonomous movements
Secessionist movements
Terrorist movements and transnational terrorism
Grassroots movements and human rights
Unit-V Universal human rights
Context and the concerns
Universal declaration of human rights
International covenant on civil and political rights
International covenant on economic
Social and cultural rights
Option protocol
International convention on the elimination of all forms of racial discrimination
Convention against torture and other cruel
Inhuman or degrading treatment and punishment
The un convention on the protection of the rights migrant workers
Indigenous people's rights
Human rights of refugees
Convention on elimination of all forms of discrimination against women
Convention on rights of child
African charter
European and inter-american convention as human rights
Islamic declaration of human rights
Un organs
Un commission of human rights
Un children's fund unicef
Un high commission for refugees unhcr
Un commission on the status of women
International labour organization ilo
Un educational, scientific and cultural organization unesco
European commission on human rights
Humanitarian law
Changing world order
Unit-VI Models of development
Growth approach
Basic needs approach
Sustainable human development
Development as freedom
Globalization and human rights
Dynamics of globalization
Emergence of market forces
Assertion of civil society
Retreat of state
Privatization
Liberalization
Emergence of information age
Economic growth strategies
Implications for poverty
Employment
Planned development and social inequality
World trade organization
Implication for human rights impact on developing countries with special reference to india
Dispute settlement mechanism
Intellectual property rights
Patents law
Bio-diversity convention
Agenda 21
Trade related intellectual property rights
Trade related international investment measures
General agreement on trade in services
Agreement on agriculture
Transnational corporations
Human rights situation in developing countries
International labour organization
Conventions and standards for human rights and quality of life
Right to development
Thethird world concerns
Working group recommendations
Undp initiatives
State and development of the marginalized/disadvantaged groups in india
The poor
The unemployed and the socially dislocated people
Minimum wages act
Problems of implementation
Right to security of food
Health and education
New social movements
Democratic struggles and human rights
Unit-VII Concepts of development
Underdevelopment and social action
Need for collective action in developing societies and methods of social action
Social movements
Political, social and religious reform
Agrarian and peasant movements
Backward class
Dalit and women movements
Ecological and environment movements
Structure of non-government organisations
Functions and problems
Ngos and human rights movements
Amnesty international
Asia watch
International committee of red cross
Ngos and human rights in india
Land issues
Water and forest issues
Human rights movement
People's union for civil liberties
People's union for democratic rights
Other civil and democratic rights organization in india
Unit-VIII Change and continuity of indian civilization
Freedom movement of indian constitution
Sociological foundation of indian constitution
Constitutional vision of role of the state
Fundamental rights of constitutional vision of freedom
Constitutional vision of justice
Directive principles of state policy
Constitutional amendments
Constitution :human duties
Judicial interpretations
Landmark judgements
Constitutional review
The contemporary debates
Unit-IX Constitutional governance
State of rule of law
Constitutional organs
Inter and intra relationships /conflict and cooperation
Fundamental rights and repressive laws
Preventive detention
Misa
Nasa
Tada
Armed force special power act and criminal law amendment
Imposition of national emergency
The societal experience
The criminal justice system
Crime, punishment and human rights with special reference
Ipc and crpc
Indian evidence act
The directive principles of state policy
The question of effectiveness and enforcement
Judicial activism
Public interest litigation
Legislation for the weaker sections
The question of enforcement
Law enforcing agencies
Police
Military
Para-military
Emerging experience
Human rights enforcement
Nhrc
State human rights commissions
Human rights courts
Human rights education
Problems and prospects
Unit-X Inter-relativity of human rights and responsibilities
Diverse perspectives of human rights
Revolution of rising aspirations and needs of the peoples worldover
Challenging problems in the areas of the right of self-determination of peoples,the protection of minorities,the rights of indigenous peoples,the rights of women and the child
Freedom from torture
Freedom from pollution
Freedom from any discrimination
The problems of the right to development
The problems of the right to clean environment
The problems of the right to racial discrimination
Freedom from sexual discrimination and harassment
Protection of refugees and of civilians in armed conflict
Right to life and the basic needs
Food
Water
Health
Housing and education
Right to information
Assertion of the identity of ethnic groups
Universal entitlement of people to democracy as a legitimate form of government
Duties and rights
State duties and the duties of other entities exercising authority
Retreat of the nation-state
Science
Technology
Human rights and duties
Need of spelling out human duties and eternal human values
Indian culture
Sources Archaeology
Literature
Foreign accounts
Early human settlements in India Pre- and proto-historic cultures
Rise of india's main language families
Indo-aryans
Dravidians and others
Indus civilization
General characteristics
Vedic culture
Veda and vedangas
Political institutions
Social and economic conditions
Religious practices and ideas
Age of religious movements and Mauryan empire Religious
Social and economic conditions
Political institutions
Mauryan culture
Polity
Economy
Art and architecture
Asoka his edicts and dhamma
Sangam age :literature,society,economy
Sunga, Satavahana and Kushan era New trends in art
Literature and religion
Stupa
Rock-cut architecture
Sculpture
Economy
Coinage
Growth of urban centres
Routes
Trade and commerce
Social life and thought
Literature
Dharmashastra
Natyashastra
Kamasutra
Ayurveda
Panchatantra
Religious systems and sects
Hindu
Buddhist and jain
Age of Guptas, Vakatakas And Pallavas Literature
Education and sciences
Religion
Society
Polity
Economy
Architecture
Sculpture and painting
Cultural contacts with outside world
Early medieval period Legacies of classical ideas and patterns and development of new trends in indian society and thought
Temple styles
Nagara
Vesara and dravida
Vedanta
Sankara
Ramanuja
Bhakti
Pauranic religion
Tantra
Literature
Society
Polity
Feudalism
Efflorescence of indian cultural contacts
Islam in india
Alberuni on india
Sultanate period Indo-islamic architecture
Regional styles
Religious and philosophic developments
Islamic influence on indian society and culture
Muslim interest in indian classics
Acharya traditions
Bhakti
Sufism in india
Literary developments
Sanskrit
Persian and regional languages
Cultural contributions of vijayanagara empire
Mughal India Social conditions
Akbar and his policies
Persian literature
Abul fazl
Dara shukoh
Growth of vaishnava bhakti
Sikhism
Mughal architecture and painting
Regional styles of painting
Classical indian music including pre-mughal antecedents
Development of hindi and urdu literature
Sawai jai singh's astronomical contributions
Arrival and spread of christianity
European studies of india
William jones and fort william college
Asiatic society
Influence of christian missionaries
Impact of western ideas and Indian responses Indian education and press
Bengal renaissance
Reform movements in bengal and other regions
Women
Education and social evils
Administrative measures for social reforms 1828-1857
Indian nationalism
Rise
Salient features and its cultural expressions with special reference to literature
Art and education
Gandhian ideas
Indian culture since independence
Tradition and modernity
Indian culture studies Indian classics objectivity and bias
Relationship with ancillary disciplines
Modern writings on indian culture
Heritage of india and world's debt to indian culture
Unit - I Meaning and process of culture
Sources
Acrhaeology
Literature
Foreign accounts
Unit - II Early human settlements in india
Pre and proto historic cultures
Indus civilization
Origin
Extent
Date
Art
Architecture
Religion
Society
Economy
Vedic culture
Polity
Changes in the later vedic period
Unit - III Religious movements in the sixth and fifth centuries bc with special reference to buddhism and jainism
Social and economic changes
Impact of persian and greek invasions
Role of mauryan empire in indian cultural unification
Asoka
His edicts and dhamma
Mauryan art
Polity and economy
Sangam age -society and economy
Unit - IV Cultural configurations during the sunga ,satavahana ,kushana era
Satavahana
Kushana era
New trends in art
Literature and religion
Stupa and rock-cut architecture
Sculpture
Dharmashastra
Natyashastra
Kamasutra
Panchatantra
Ayurveda
Religious sects and schools
Hindu
Buddhist and jain
Unit - V Developments during the gupta
Vakataka
Pallava age
Literature
Education
Science
Religion
Society
Polity
Economy
Architecture
Sculpture
Painting
Cultural contacts with outside world
Unit - VI Legacies of classical ideas and patterns and development of new trends in indian society and thought during the early medieval times
Vedanta
Sankara
Ramanjua
Bhakti
Tantra
Alavars
Nayanars
Temple styles nagara
Vesara
Dravida
Literature
Society
Polity feudalism
Effloresence of indian cultural contacts
Islam in india
Alberuni on india
Unit - VII Indo-islamic architecture during the sultanate period
Regional styles
Religious and philosophical developments
Bhakti and acharya traditions
Sufism in india
Islamic influences on indian society and culture
Muslim interest in indian classics
Literary developments
Sanskrit
Persian and regional languages
Cultural contributions of vijayanagara empire
Unit - VIII New cultural trends in mughal india
Religious liberalism
Akbar
Abul fazl
Dara shikoh
Growth of vaishnava bhakti
Foundation of sikhism to the institution of khalsa
Mughal architecture and painting
Regional styles
Classical indian music including pre-mughal antecedents
Development of hindi and urdu literature
Sawai jai singh's astronomical contributions
Arrival and spread of christianity
European studies of india
William jones and fort william college
Asiatic society of bengal
Influence of christian missionaries
Unit - IX Influx of western ideas and indian response
English education and press
Bengal renaissance
Reform movements in bengal and other regions
Administrative measures for social reforms 1828-1857
Indian reformers
Raja ram mohan roy
Ishwar chandra vidyasagar
Keshav chandra sen
Mahagovinda ranade
Jyotiba phule
Dayanand saraswati
Vivekananda
Syed ahmad khan
Indian nationalism
Rise
Salient features and its cultural expressions in literature
Art and education
Gandhian ideas
Tradition and modernity
Unit - X Indian classics
Indian culture studies
Objectivity and bias
Relationship with ancillary disciplines
Scope of research
Primary and secondary sources
Heritage of india
World's debt to indian culture
Vedic religion Early and later
Mythology
Religious practices
Ethical and philosophical ideas
Evolution of pauranic hinduism and hindu religious systems
Vaishnavism
Saivism
Saktism with principal sects
Alvar and nayanar traditions of south india
Bhagvad gita
Yoga and vedanta
Sankara and ramanuja
Buddhism
Jainism
Tantra
Bhakti movement
Religious reform movements
Brahma samaj
Arya samaj
Ram krishna mission
Indus valley architecture Town planning and sculpture
Mauryan architecture and sculpture
Origin and evolution of stupa architecture
Development of rock-cut architecture
Cave
Chaitya
Vihara
Origin and evolution of hindu temple
Gupta
Chalukya
Pallava
Rashtrakuta
Khajuraho
Orissan
Chola and later developments in the south india
Sunga-satavahana sculptures
Bharhut
Bodh gaya
Sanchi and amaravati
Gandhar
Mathura and sarnath schools of sculpture
Post-gupta regional styles of sculpture
Cave paintings of ajanta and bagh
Iconography of
Vishnu
Shiva
Kartikeya
Ganesha
Surya
Sakti
Tirthankara
Buddha
Bodhisattva
Tara
Social thought and evolution of Indian society Varnasrama dharma
Caste system
Asramas
Purushartas
Samsakaras
Family
Education
Position of women
Parda system
Sati
Slavery
Untouchability
Festivals and pastimes
Legal institutions sources of hindu law
Proprietory rights
Succession
Judicial procedure
Attempts at social reforms in medieval and modern times
Indian polity
Nature of state
Kingship
Republics
Local self-government
Inter state relations
Taxation
Economic life
Argiculture
Trade
Commerce
Industries
Guilds
Urbanisation
Towns and cities
Origin and development of bhakti Alvar and nayanar traditions of south india
Bhakti movement
Islam in india
Sufism
Sikhism
Indo-islamic architecture
Sultanate and mughal period
Mughal painting and regional styles
Medieval indian society
Nobility
Peasantry and slavery
Economic life
Agriculture
Trade
Commerce
Industries
Urbanisation
Towns and cities
Indian renaissance Social-religious reform movements of the 19th and 20th centuries
Brahma samaj
Prarthana samaj
Arya samaj
Ramkrishna mission
Wahabi movement
Dalit movement
Spread of modern education
Challenges from the west
Nationalism and culture
Bengali literature
Bankim chandra chatterji
Ravindra nath tagore
Qazi nazrul islam
Hindi and urdu
Prem chand and iqbal
Other regional languages and literature
British impact on indian economy
Rise of indian nationalism
Tilak
Gandhi
Modern art-painting
Architecture
Dance
Music
Indian culture since independence
Tradition and modernity
Japanese
Language Grammar
Particles
Parts of speech
Passive and causative constructions
Conjugation
Coordination
Scripts and pronunciation
Honorifics (keigo)
Idioms and proverbs
Onomatopoeic expressions
Synonyms and antonyms
Comprehension
Literature Names of books and authours and the period they belonged to
Characters in famous literary works
Names of various genres of japanese literature
General awareness Questions related to all aspects of japan viz., culture,society,history,politics,sports,economics,etc
Various literary styles and literary movements in Japan Trends in ancient
Medieval and modern literature
Famous writers of poetry
Prose
Novel and drama
Themes of famous literary works
Aspects of Japanese society Annual events and festivals
Religion
Traditional and fine arts of japan viz ., tea ceremony,flower arrangement,theatre art,painting,etc.
Way of living of the japanese
The japanese work culture
Education
Women in japan
Aging society
Socio-cultural concepts such as bushido
Seppuku
Sports and leisure activities
Contemporary social problems
Historical periods of Japan and the respective political institutions Various political ideologies viz., confucianism,kokugaku,rangaku
Emperor system in japan
Feudalism
Shogunate
Daimyo
Sankin kotai
Modernisation of japan
Japanese imperialism
Pacific war
Post-war occupation period
Rapid economic growth
Rise of the middle-class
Constitution
Electoral system and parliamentary democracy in japan
Law
Constitutional law of India Preamble
Fundamental rights and duties
Directive principles of state policy
Judiciary
Executive
Union state legislative relations
Emergency provisions
Amendment of the constitution
Writ jurisdiction
Legal theory Nature and sources of law
Positivism
Natural law theory
Sociological jurisprudence
Theories of punishment
Rights and duties
Concepts of possession and ownership
Public international low Nature of international law and its relationship with municipal law
Sources of International Law
Recognition of states and governments
United Nations
Settlement of international disputes
Human rights
Family law Concepts in family law
Sources of family law in india
Marriage and dissolution of marriage
Law of contracts - general principles Essentials of a valid contract
Offer, acceptance and consideration
Capacity to contract
Minor's contract
Elements vitiating contract -mistake,fraud,misrepresentation,public policy,coercion,undue influence,frustration of contract
Remedies for breach of contract
Damages
Law of torts Foundation of tortuous liability
General defences to an action of torty
Vicarious liability
Remoteness of damages
Contributory negligence
Absolute and strict liability
Law of crimes - general principles Nature and definition of offence
General exceptions
Common intention and common object
Criminal attempt
Conspiracy and abetment
Offences against women
Labour law Concepts of industry
Industrial dispute and workman
Trade unions
Rights and immunities of registered trade union
Registration and its advantages
Methods for settlement of industrial disputes under industrial disputes act, 1947
Strike and lockout as instruments of collective bargaining
Retrenchment, lay-off and closures
Unit - I Essential features of indian constitution
Distribution of legislative powers between union and states
Fundamental rights
Fundamental duties
Directive principles of state policy
Judiciary
Parliament and state legislatures
Amending process of the constitution
Role of election commission in democratic process
Unit - II Nature
Scope and importance of administrative law
Principles of natural justice
Administrative discretion and its control
Judicial review of administrative action
Writ jurisdiction
Lokpal and lokayukta
Unit - III Nature and sources of law
Legal concepts
Right
Duty
Ownership
Possession and person
Judicial process
Application of doctrine of precedent of india
Judicial contribution in bringing social changes
Law and morality
Unit - IV General principles of criminal law -meaning,nature,essentials and stages of offence
Joint liability
Abetment and criminal conspiracy
Offences against human body
Offences against property
Defamation
Unit - V Environmental pollution
Meaning of environment and environmental pollution
Kinds of pollution
Legislative measures for prevention and control of environmental pollution in india
Air and water pollution and general protection of environment
International development for protection of environmental pollution
Civil remedies for environmental protection -civil, criminal and constitutional
Library and information science
Unit I Information
Information science
Information society
Information as a resource/commodity
Information transfer cycle
Generation
Collection
Storage and dissemination
Role of information in planning
Management
Socio-economic development
Technology transfer
Communication
Channels
Barriers
Concept of intellectual property rights
Copyright
Censorship
Print and non-print media
Library and information policy at the national
Unit II Laws of library science
Library resource sharing and networking
Library movement and library legislation in india
Library extension services
Library and information science education in india
Library and information profession
Library associations in india,uk and usa -ila
Iaslic
Iatlis
Sis
La
Aslib
Sla and ala
Library assocations organisations at international level
Fid
Ifla and unesco
Unit III Sources of information
Primary
Secondary and tertiary
Documentary and non-documentary
Referene sources
Encyclopaedias
Dictionaries
Geographical sources
Biographical sources
Year books/almanacs
Directories
Handbooks
Statistical (salient features and evaluation)
Bibliographical sources
Bibliographies
Union catalogues
Indexing and abstracting journals (salient features and evaluation)
E-documents
E-books
E-journals
Databases bibliographics
Numeric and full test
Evaluation
Unit IV Reference and information services
Referral service
Bibliographic service
Indexing and abstracting services
Cas
Sdi
Digest service
Trend report
Online services
Translation services
Reprographic services
Unit V Organisation of knowledge/information
Modes of formation of subjects
Canons and principles of library classification
Library classification schemes
Ddc, udc and cc
Library cataloguing canons and principles
Library cataloguing codes
Ccc and aacr ii
Bibliographic records
International standards
Isbds, marc and ccf indexing -pre-coordinate
Post-coordinate
Vocabulary control
Thesaurus
Lists of subject headings
Databases
Search strategies
Boolean operators
Knowledge management
Unit VI Principles and functions of management
Schools of thought
Planning
Organisation structure
Decisiom making
System study -analysis,evaluation and design
Collection development
Books
Serials
Non book materials-selection
Acquisition
Maintenance
Isbn\issn
Cataloguing in publication
Human resources management
Manpower planning
Job analysis
Job description
Selection
Recruiment
Motivation training and development
Staff manual
Leadership and performance evaluation
Delegation of authority
Financial management
Resource generation
Types of budgeting
Cost and cost benefit analysis
Pert
Cpm
Library buildings and equipments
Performance evaluation of libraries/information centres and services
Marketing information product and services
Total quality management
Unit VII Information technology
Components
Impact of it on society
Computers
Hardware
Software
Storage devices
Input/output devices
Telecommunication
Transmission media
Switching systems
Bandwidth
Multiplexing
Modulation
Protocols
Wireless communication
Fax
e-Mail
Tele conferencing/video conferencing
Bulletin board service
Teletext
Videotex
Voice mail
Networking -concepts,topologies,types -lan,man and wan
Hypertext
Hypermedia
Multimedia
Integrated services digital network
Open systems interconnection
Unit VIII Library automation
Areas of automation
Planning
Hardware and software selection
Opac
Networks
Ernet
Nicnet
Delnet
Janet
Blaise
Oclc
Inflibnet
Internet -components,services,browsing -web browsers
Search engines
Meta data
Digital object identifier
National and international information systems
Nissat
Nassdoc
Insdoc
Desidoc
Inis
Agris
Medlars
Inspec
Unit IX Types of research -basic ,applied and interdisciplinary
Research design
Scientific method
Hypotheses
Data collection
Sampling
Methods of research -historical,descriptive,case study,survey,comparative and experimental
Statistical methods
Data analysis
Report writing
Research methods in library and information science and services
Biliometrics
Unit X Types of libraries -national ,public,academic and special objectives,structure and functions
Concept of digital libraries
Concept of virtual libraries
Types of users
User studies
User education
Role of ugc in the growth and development of libraries and information centres in institutions of higher education in india
Role of raja rammohan roy library foundation
Linguistics
Language and linguistics Notions of language
Language as written text
Philological and literary notions
Purity and their preservation
Language as a cultural heritage
Codification and transmission of cultural knowledge and behaviour
Language as a marker of social identity
Language boundary
Dialect and language
Codes of special groups
Use of language to express multiple identities
Language as an object i.e, notion of autonomy,structure and its units and components
Language in spoken and written modes and relation between them
Writing system
Units of writing
Sound or syllable and morpheme/word (logographic)
Approaches to the study of language
Semiotic approach
Interpretation of sign
Language as a system of social behaviour
Use of language in family,community and country
Language as a system of communication
Communicative functions -emotive,conative,referential,poetic,metalinguistic and phatic
Sign language
Animal communication system and formal language
Design features of language
Arbitrariness
Double articulation
Displacement
Interchangeability and specialisation
Language as a congnitive system
Knowledge representation
Relation with culture and thought i.e,concept formation,existence of language faculty
Linguistic competence
Ideal speaker-hearer
Structure of language
Levels and their hierarchy
Phonological
Morphological
Syntactic and semantic ,their interrelations
Universal and specific properties of language
Formal and substantive universals
Synchronic and diachronic view of language
Language relation
Genetic
Areal and typological
Concepts of langue and parole
Idiolect and language
Grammatical analysis
Linguistic units and their distribution at different levels
Notions of contrast and complementation
-etic and -emic categorisation
Paradigmatic and syntagmatic relations
Notions of word classes and grammatical categories
Grammatical relations and case relations
Notion of rule at different levels
Description vs explanation of grammatical facts
Linguistics and others fields
Relevance of linguistics to other fields of enquiry -philosophy,anthropology,sociology,political science,psychology,education,computer science and literature
Phonetics, phonology and morphology Phonetics definition
Phonetics phonology and morphology Mechanisms of speech production
Airstream mechanism
Oro-nasal process
Phonation process and articulation
Cardinal vowels
Vowels and consonants
Secondary articulation
Coarticulation
Syllable
Phonetic transcription
Suprasegmentals -length,stress,tone,intonation and junction
Phonology
Phonetics us phonology
Concept of phoneme
Phone and allophone
Principles of phonemic analysis -phonetic similarity
Contrast
Complementary distribution
Free variation
Economy
Pattern congruity
Alternation and neutralization
Distinctive features
Syllable in phonology
Morphology -scope and nature
Concept of morpheme
Morph
Allomorph
Portmanteau morph
Lexeme and word
Identification of morphemes
Morphological alternation
Morphophonemic process
Internal and external sandhi
Derivation vs inflection
Root and stem
Grammatical categories -tense,aspect,mood,person,gender,number,case
Case maker and case relation
Pre and post postions
Affices us clitics
Stem vs word based morphology
Paradigmatic and syntagmatic relations
Syntax and semantics Traditional and structuralist syntax
Parts of speech
Indian classification of grammatical categories (naama,aakhyaata,upsarga,nipaata)
Structural syntactic categories
Functional syntactic categories (subject,object,etc.)
Construction types (exocentric,indocentric)
Immediate constituent analysis
Generative syntax
Universal grammar
Innateness hypothesis
Meaning of the term 'generative'
Transformational generative grammar
Criteria for determining constituents
Aspects models
Problems with the aspects model
Ross's contraints
Principles and parameters
Meaning and their types
Descriptive
Emotive and phatic
Sense and refrence,connotation and denotation,sense relations (homonymy,synonymy,etc.)
Types of opposition (taxonomic,polar,etc.)
Ambiguity
Sentence meaning and truth conditons
Presupposition
Entailment and implicature
Speech acts
Deixis
Definiteness
Mood and modality
Componential analysis
Historical linguistics and south Asian language families Introduction
Synchronic and diachronic approaches to language
Interrelationship between diachronic and synchronic date
Use of written records for historical studies
Language classification
Notion of language family
Criteria for identifying family relationships among languages
Definition of the word cognate
Language isolates
Criteria for typological classification
Agglutinative
Inflectional
Analytic
Synthetic and polysynthetic
Basic word order typology -svo ,sov,etc.
Linguistic change and reconstruction
Sound change
Neogrammarian theory of gradualness and regularity of sound change
Genesis and spread of sound change
Phonetic and phonemic change
Split and merger
Conditioned us unconditioned change
Types of changes
Assimilation and dissimilation
Coalescence
Metathesis
Deletion
Epenthesis
Transformational -generative approach to sound change -rule addition,rule deletion,rule generalisation,rule ordering
Generative approach to sound change
Social motivation for change
Lexical diffusion of sound change
Analogy and its relationship to sound change
Reconstructing the proto-stages os languages
Internal reconstruction and comparative method their scopes and limitations
Innovation and retention
Subgrouping within a family
Family tree and wave models
Relative chronology of different changes
Language contact and dialect geography
Linguistic borrowing -lexical and structural
Motivations -prestige and need filling
Classification of loan words -loan translation,loanblend,calque,assimilated and unassimilated loans (tadbhava and tatasama)
Bilingualism as the source for borrowing :dialect ,idiolect
Isogloss :methods of preparing dialect atlas,focal area,transition area and relic area
Language families of south asia
Indo-aryan
Dravidian
Austro-asiatic
Tibeto-burman
Burushaski
Nahali their geographical distribution
Enumeration :characteristics
Areal features of south asia
South asia as a linguistic area
Phonological
Length contrast in vowels and consonants
Retroflexion
Open syllable structure
Morphemic structure rules
Morphological and syntactical -agglutination
Ergativity
Agreement
Productive use of conjunctive participles
Passives
Causatives
Echowords
Phenomenon of reduplication
Copulative compounds
Compound verbs
Relative clause construction
Dative/genitive subject construction
Socio-linguistics and applied linguistics Language and society
Speech community
Verbal repertoire
Linguistic and communicative competence
Linguistic variability and ethnography of speaking
Socio-linguistic variables
Patterns of variation -regional,social and stylistic
Restricted and elaborated codes
Diglossia
Languages in contact
Types of bilingualism and bilinguals
Borrowing
Convergence
Pidgins and creoles
Language maintenance and shift
Sociology of language
Language planning
Language standardization and modernization
Language and power
Literacy -autonomous vs ideological
Scope of applied linguistics
Language teaching
Translation studies
Lexicography
Stylistics
Speech pathology
Mass media and communication
Language and computers
Language learning and language teaching
First and second language learning
Language acquisition in multilingual settings
Behaviouristic and cognitive theories of language learning
Social and psychological aspects of second language acquisition
Methods, materials and teaching-aids in language teaching
Computer assisted language teaching
Types of tests and their standardization
Unit I (core group) Phonetics
Unit I Phonetics as a study of speech sounds
Articulatory and acoustic phonetics
Mechanisms of speech production
Air stream
Phonation
Oronasal process and articulation
Classification of sounds
Complex articulation
Secondary articulation and coarticulation
Acoustic phonetics
Sound waves -frequency,amplitude
Periodic complex harmonics
Fundamental frequency
Resonance
Filtering
Spectrum
Spectrogram
Pitch
Loudness
Length
Formants
Transition
Burst
Voice onset time
Aspiration
Noise spectra
Cuse for place and manner
Phonemics
Phoneme
Phone and allophone
Contrast and complementary
Distribution
Preliminary and analytical procedures of phonemic analysis
Generative phonology
Two levels of phonological representation
Phonological rules
Distinctive features (major class,manner,place,etc.)
Abstractness controversy -rule ordering types
Lexical phonology
Distinction between lexical and post lexical rules
Principles of lexical phonology -structure preservation
Strict cyclicity
Unit II Types of morphe
Root
Stem
Base
Suffix
Infix
Prefix
Portmanteau morpheme
Affixes us clitics
Morphological processes
Derivational us inflectional processes
Primary vs secondary derivation
Level-ordered morphology
Hierarchical organization of words
Lexical vs non-lexical categories
Morphology -phonology interface
Types of compounding
Endocentric (karma dhaaraya,tatpurusha)
Exocentric (bahuvriihi) copulative compound (dvandva)and headedness of compounds
Reduplication -morphological
Lexical and semantic
Non-concatenative morphology
Morphology -syntax interface
Nominalization and the lexicalist hypothesis
Auxiliation (explicator compound verb)
Incorporation and the morphology -syntax interface
Unit III General notions
Structure and structure -dependence
Diagnostics for structure
Reference
Coreference and anaphoric reference
Deixis -demonstratives
Tense
Pronominals
Context
Topic
Focus
Focusing devices
Mood
Thematic roles (agent,patient,etc.)
Grammatical relations (subject,object,etc.)
Case (nominative,accusative,etc.)and their interrelationships
Phrase structure
X-bar theory
Head,complement
Specifier
Binary branching
S as ip
S-bar as cp
Dp analysis of noun phrases
Head-complement parameter
Some syntactic operations and constructions
Movement and trace
Passive
Raising
Wh-movement
Topicalization
Scrambling
Adjunction and substitution
Head-to-head movement
Movement to spe deletion
Exceptional case-marking
Constructions
Small clauses
Clefts and psuedo clefts
Some principles of grammar
Constraints on movement
Ross's constraints explained in terms of subjacency
Government and proper government
Case theory
Case as motivation for movement
Anaphors and pronouns
Binding theory
Strong and weak cross-over
Theta theory
Theta marking
Pro as subject of infinitives
Quantifiers
Quantifier raising
Scope ambiguity
Unit IV Meaning (descriptive.emotive,phatic,etc.)
Sence and reference
Connatation and denotation
Homonymy
Hyponymy
Antonymy
Synonymy
Propositions
Ambiguity
Specific us generic
Definite and indefinite
Compositionality and its limitations
Abihidha
Laksana
Vyanjana
Pragmatics
Presupposition
Entailment and implicature
Speech acts
Indexicals
Formal foundations
Membership
Union
Intersection
Cardinality
Powersets
Mapping and functions
Truth values
Sentential connectives
Arguments
Predicates
Quantifiers
Variables
Model theoretic semantics
Different models and interpretation
Possible words
Mood and modality
Tense and aspect
Counterfactuals
Unit V Phonological reconstruction :comparative method
Collection of cognates
Establishing phonological correspondences
Reconstruction of the phonemes of the proto-language based on contrast and complementation
Internal reconstruction as opposed to comparative reconstruction
Morphophonemic alternations as the source for reconstruction
Recovering historical contrasts by comparing
Alternating and non-alternating paradigms
Accounting for exceptions to sound change -analogy,borrowing,onomatopoeia,the interplay of analogy and sound change
Regularisation by analogy
Paradigmatic analogy and pattern analogy
Role of transparency in analogy
Status of reconstructed forms
Dialect variation in proto-language
Borrowing
Lexical and structural
Different types of borrowing -cultural, intimate and dialect
Classification of loanwords
Impact of borrowing on language
Pidgins and creoles
Dialect geograpy
Preparation of questionnaire
Selection of informants and localities
Elicitation of data
Preparation of isogloss maps
Deciding dialect and sub dialect areas
Correlating political and cultural history with regional and social dialects
Extensions of the neogrammarian theory
Social motivation of social change
Study of sound change in progress
Socio-linguistic studies of martha's vineyard and new york city
Concept and application of lexical diffusion
Morphosyntactic reconstruction and semantic change
Phonological reconstruction applied to morphological reconstruction
Phonological change leading to changes in morphology and syntax
Syncretism
Grammaticalisation and lexicalisation
Principles of recovering grammatical categories and contrasts
Semantic change
Extensions
Narrowing
Figurative speech
Subreption
Postulation of past cultural systems
Kinship and social system
Environment
Unit VI Speech as social interaction
Speech community and language boundaries
Communicative competence
Speech event and its components
Rules of speaking
Social significance of gricean maxims and conversational implicature
Pragmatics of politeness
Semantics of power and solidarity
Social processes and linguistic structures
Cross-cultural perspectives on speech events
Linguistic variability
Variation in linguistic behaviour
Language and identity
Restricted and elaborated codes
Linguistic variables and their linguistic
Social and psychological dimensions
Language and social inequality
Linguistic and social attitudes and stereotypes
Language contact
Bilingualism
Bilingual proficiency
Code-mixing and code-switching
Effects of bilingualism on the individual and the society
Languages of wider communication
Lingua franca :language loyalty,language maintenance and shift
Language convergence
Pidginization and creolization
Language development
Language planning
Corpus and status planning
Codification and elaboration
Language movements -state and societal interventions (e.g., writers and ngo)
Script development and modifications
Problems of linguistic minorities
Literacy -socio-linguistic and political aspects
Sociolinguistic methodology
Sampling and tools
Identification of socio-linguistic variables and their variants
Data processing and interpretation
Quantitative analysis
Variable rules
Ethnomethodology
Participant observation
Qualitative analysis of data
Unit VII Linguistics and psycholinguistics
Language and other signalling systems
Biological bases of human language
Experimental studies of teaching language to primates
Language in evolutionary context
Brain-language relationship and its models
Cerebral dominance and lateralization
Bilingual brain
The critical period hypothesis
The different theoretical
Orientations
Empiricist
Behaviourist
Biological nativist and congnitive -interactionalist
Language and cognition
Linguistic relativity and perceptual categories
Developmental psycho-linguistics
First language acquisition and second language learning
Bilingual acquisition
Issues and processes in language acquisition
Three periods in the history of child language studies-diary
Large sample and longitudinal
Stages of language acquisition
Acquisition of formal aspects of language-speech sounds
Lexical items
Grammatical and syntactic categories
Language and environmental factors--motherese
Second language learning-implications of first language acquisitions
Social and psychological factors in second language learning
Learning of reading and writing skills
Language processing
The processes of perception -comprehension and production
Perceptual units and perceptual strategies
Parsing and parsing strategies
Steps in comprehension
Sentence comprehension and discourse comprehension
Mental representation of language and lexicon
Relationship between comprehension and production
Sentence and discourse strategies in comprehension and production
Speech errors as evidence of language production
Applied psycho-linguistics
Aphasia and its clinical and linguistic classifications
Anomia and dyslexia
Stuttering
Language in mental retardation
Language in schizophrenia
Language loss in aging
Language in the hearing -impaired
Data from normative and pathological language and their use for assessment of speech and language impairment
Therapeutic intervention
Unit VIII Processes of learning
Language as a formal system and as a major factor in communication
Learning a language and learning through language
Behaviourist and cognitive theories of language learning including skinner,piaget and chomsky ,etc.
Learning and communicative strategies
Focus on the learner
Language teaching analysis
Goals of language teaching and needs of analysis
First and second language acquisition
Linguistic theory and language teaching syllabus -methods and materials
The role of the teacher and training
Role of self-access packages
Socio-linguistic and psychological aspects of language teaching
Learner output
Conceptualising language proficiency in multi-lingual settings
Interaction between the learner's languages and the target languages -contrastive analysis,error analysis and interlanguage
Basic interpersonal communicative skills(bics)
Cognitive advanced language proficiency (calp)
Types of tests and their validity and reliability
Literacy
Conceptualising literacy
Role of language in literacy
Oralcy and literacy
Literacy development and empowerment
State initiatives
Campaign-based programmes and other non-governmental initiatives
Literacy drives emergence and role of social movements
Mass communication
Role of language in mass communication
Impact of mass media on language
Types of language used in mass media (e.g, news,advertising,editorials,etc.)
Language of mass media and social change
Unit IX Language typology
Universals and linguistic relatedness
Language typology and language universals
Morphological types of languages
Agglutinative analytical
Synthetic fusional
Infixing and polysynthetic languages
Formal and substantive universals
Absolute and statistical universals
Implicational and non-implicational universals
Linguistic relatedness
Genetic
Typological and areal classification of languages
Inductive us deductive approaches
Parametric variation and language universals
Word order typology
Greenberg's characteristics for verb final and verb medial languages and related features in the context of south asian languages
Salient features of south asian language families
Phonetic
Phonological
Morphological
Syntactic features of indo-aryan,dravidian,austro-asiatic,tibeto-burman language families of south asia
Language contact and convergence with special reference to the concept of india as a linguistic area
Contact induced typological change
Convergence and syntactic change
Phonology, morphology and syntax of south asian languages
An in-depth study of retroflexion
Vowel harmony
Reduplication
Echo formation
Expressives (onomatopoeia)
Lexical and periphrastic causatives
Explicator compound verbs
Participles (conjunctive,perfect,imperfect)
Relative-correlative clauses
Experiencer constructions (dative/genitive subject)
Anaphora
Complementation
Verb be
The quotative and agreement
Unit X Making of a dictionary
Dictionary entries
Arrangement and information
Meaning descriptions
Synonymy
Polysemy
Homonymy
Antonymy and hyponymy
Treatment of technical terms us general words
Types of dictionaries
Comprehensive and concise
Monolingual and bilingual
General and learner's
Historical and etymological
Dictionary of idioms and phrases
Encyclopaedic dictionary
Electronic dictionary
Reverse dictionary
Thesaurus and other distinguishing purposes and features of various types
Difference between glossing,dictionary and lexicon
Nature of translation
Paraphrase
Translation and transcreation
Translation of literary text and technical text
Theories of translation
Use of linguistics in translation
Linguistic affinity and translatability
Methods of translation
Unit of translation
Equivalence of meaning and style
Translation loss
Problems of cultural terms
Scientific terms
Idioms
Metaphors and proverbs
Evaluation of translation
Fidelity and readability
Types of translation -simultaneous interpretation
Machine aided translation
Media translation
Nature and methods of stylistic analysis
Style -stylistic individual
Period
Style as choice
Style as deviation
Style as riiti
Style as alankaara
Style as vyanjana foregrounding
Parallelism levels of stylistic analysis -phonological,lexical,syntactic and semantic
Introduction Computational linguistics and its relation to allied disciplines in cognitive science
Philosophy, psychology and artificial intelligence
A brief history of the area of inquiry
Babbage to von neuman
Computing machines from the abacus to the ibm pc
Hardware -the basic components and peripherals of a digital computer
Software
Machine langauge
Compilers
Interpretors -information processing
Structuring and manipulating data
Phonology, morphology and lexicography Finite state implementation of phonological rules
Item and arrangement morphology and its implementation
Item and process morphology
A brief introduction to kimmo
Morphological recognizers
Analyzers and generators for indian languages
Computational lexicography The craft of dictionary making
The digital computer as a lexicographic tool
Lexical databases and on-line dictionary
Corpus-based dictionaries
Lexical acquisition from machine readable dictionaries
Major lexicographical projects
The longman dictionary of contemporary english and the collins cobuild project
Parsing, syntax and semantics Parsing and generation
Top-down and bottom up parsing
Types of parsers
Unification and unification based grammars
Definite clause grammar
Generalised phrase structure grammar
Lexical functional grammar
Head-driven phrase structure grammar
Tree adjoining grarnmar
Reference and compositionality
Functions and arguments
Meanings of referring expressions and predicates
Meanings of
Determiners
Quantifiers
Adverbs
Adjectives and prepositions
Putting meanings
Corpus linguistics Corpus-building and corpus-processing
Sgml and text
Encoding initiative
Corpus tagging and tree banks
Corpus projects
The brown corpus and lancaster
Oslo bergen corpus
The survey of english usage
Corpus and london
Lund corpus of spoken english
The kolhapur corpus of indian english
The tdil corpus project of the deptt electronics
Language technology Natural language interface to databases
Cooperative response systems
Speech technology
Text-to-speech and speech-to-text systems
Machine translation
Computer aided language teaching
Text processing
Major european and american projects
The japanese fifth generation initiative
Natural langauge processing in india
Basic issues in the principles and parameters theory Interaction of principles within certain parameters
Language specific examples and the question of basic word order
Problems with the theory
From principles and parameters theory to the minimalist program Reasons for discarding d-structure and s-structure
How does the computational system work in the minimalist program
Functional categories and the signficance of dp analysis
Agrsp
Agrop
Tense phrase
Scope for innovation to account for language specific phrasal categories
Some key concepts in the minimalist program Spell-out
Greed
Procrastination
Last resort
Agr-based case theory
Multiple-spec hypothesis
Strong and weak features
Interpretable and non-interpretable features
Transformational components The copy theory of movement and its properdes
Motivation for move alpha
Lf and pf movenient
Checking devices and features of convergence
Prosodic phonology The syllable
The foot
The word
The phonological phrase
The intonational phrase
Generalizations based on prosodic units
Auto segmental phonology Tone
Nasal spread
Vowel harmony
C-v tier
Prosodic morphology
Feature hierarchy
Non-derivational phonology Optimality theory
Main theoretical assumptions
Constraint rankings
Socio-linguistic Perspective to the process of language change
Social motivation and mechanisms of sound change
Language
Ideology and social change
The power-politics of language standardization
Implications for literacy and school education
Language and gender
Communication networks Networks and speech and verbal repertoire
Types of Network
Redefining 'speech community' in terms of networks
Speech and multiple identities
Ethnography of communication and ethnomethodology Talk' discourse and turntaking
redefining comniunicative competence
Communication and social structure
Brain-language relationship Issues in neurolinguistics and linguistics
Aphasiology
Cerebral dominance
Lateralization and handedness
Models of brain-language relationship -classical connectionist
Hierarchical
Global and process models
Brain pathology and language breakdown Aphasia and its classification
Classical categories
Linguistic account
Overview of linguistic aphasiology
Anomia and agrammatism
Dyslexia and its classification
Linguistics and language pathology Use of linguistics in diagnosis and prognosis of language disorders
Language pathology and normal language
Language pathology and language disorders Stuttering
Nature and analysis of language in psychopathological conditions
Schizophrenic language
Language in mental retardation
Language disorders and intervention Variation in language disorders
Need and scope of intervention
Therapeutic use of language
Management
Unit-I Demand analysis of managerial economics
Production function
Cost-output relations ,market structures
Advertising
Macro-economics
National income concepts
Management and policy of infrastructure
Business environment
Capital budgeting
Unit II The concept and significance of organisational behaviour
Skills and roles in an organisation
Classical
Neo-classical and modern theories of organisational structure
Organisational design
Understanding and managing individual behaviour personality
Perception: understanding and appreciation of scale and proportion of objects,building forms and elements,colour texture,harmony and contrast
Values
Attitudes
Learning
Motivation
Understanding and managing group behaviour
Processes of interpersonal and group dynamics
Communication
Leadership
Managing change
Managing conflicts
Organisational development
Unit-III Concepts and perspectives in hrm
Hrm in changing environment
Objectives of human resource planning
Process and techniques
Job analysis
Job description
Selecting human resources
Induction, training and development
Exit policy and implications
Performance appraisal and evaluation
Potential assessment
Job evaluation
Wage determination
Industrial relations and trade unions
Dispute resolution and grievance management
Labour welfare and social security measures
Unit-IV Nature and scope of financial management
Valuation concepts and valuation of securities
Risk analysis of capital budgeting decisions
Capital structure and cost of capital
Determinants of dividend policy
Long-term and short-term financing instruments
Mergers and acquisitions
Unit-V Marketing environment and environmental scanning
Marketing information systems and marketing research
Understanding consumer and industrial markets
Demand measurement and forecasting
Market segmentation
Targeting and positioning
Product decisions
Product mix
Product life cycle
New product development
Branding and packaging
Pricing methods and strategies
Promotion decisions
Promotion mix
Advertising
Personal selling
Channel management
Vertical marketing systems
Evaluation and control of marketing effort
Marketing of services
Customer relation management
Uses of internet as a marketing medium
Other related issues like branding
Market development
Advertising and retailing on the net
New issues in marketing
Unit-VI Role and scope of production management
Facility location
Layout planning and analysis
Production planning and control
Production process analysis
Demand forecasting for operations
Determinants of product mix
Production scheduling
Work measurement
Time and motion study
Statistical quality control
Role and scope of operations research
Linear Programming
Sensitivity analysis
Duality
Transportation model
Inventory control
Queueing theory
Decision theory
Markov analysis
Pert/cpm
Unit-VII Probability theory
Probability distributions
Binomial
Poisson, normal & binomial distributions
Normal and exponential
Correlation and regression analysis
Sampling theory
Sampling distributions
Tests of hypothesis
Large and small samples
T-test
Z-test
F-test
Chi-square tests
Use of computers in managerial applications
Technology issues and data processing in organizations
Information systems
Mis and decision making
System analysis and design
Trends in information technology
Internet and internet-based applications
Unit-VIII Concept of corporate strategy
Components of strategy formulation
Ansoff's growth vector
Bcg model
Porter's generic strategies
Competitor analysis
Strategic dimensions and group mapping
Industry analysis
Strategies in industry evolution
Fragmentation
Maturity and decline
Competitive strategy and corporate strategy
Transnationalization of world economy
Managing cultural diversity
Global entry strategies
Globalisation of financial system and services
Managing international business
Competitive advantage of nations
Rtp and wto
Unit-IX Concepts, types and characteristics of motivation
Competencies and its development
Innovation and entrepreneurship
Small business
Concepts government policy for promotion of small and tiny enterprises
Process of business opportunity identification
Detailed business plan preparation
Managing small enterprises
Planning for growth
Sickness in small enterprises
Rehabilitation of sick enterprises
Intrapreneurship
Unit-X Ethics and management system
Ethical issues and analysis in management
Value based organisations
Personal framework for ethical choices
Ethical pressure on individual in organisations
Gender issues
Ecological consciousness
Environmental ethics
Social responsibilities of business
Corporate governance and ethics
Human resource management Significance of human resource management
Objectives
Functions
A diagnostic model
External and internal environment
Forces and influences Organizing hrm function
Recruitment and selection Sources of recruits
Recruiting methods
Selection procedure
Selection tests
Placement and follow-up
Performance appraisal system Importance and objectives
Techniques of appraisal system
New trends in appraisal system
Development of personnel Objectives
Determining needs
Methods of training and development programmes
Evaluation
Career planning and development Concept of career
Career planning and development methods
Compensation and benefits Job evaluation techniques
Wage and salary administration
Fringe benefits
Human resource records and audit
Employee discipline Importance
Causes and forms
Disciplinary action
Domestic enquiry
Grievance management Importance
Process and practices
Employee welfare and social security measures
Industrial relations Importance
Industrial conflicts
Causes
Dispute settlement machinery
Trade unions Importance of unionism
Union leadership
National trade union movement
Collective bargaining Concept
Process
Pre-requisites
New trends in collective bargaining
Industrial democracy and employee participation Need for industrial democracy
Prerequisites for industrial democracy
Objectives of employee participation
Forms of employee participation
Future of human resource management
Marketing Concept
Nature and Scope of financial accounting
Marketing myopia
Marketing Mix
Different environments and their influences on marketing
Understanding the customer and competition
Role and relevance of segmentation and positioning Static and dynamic understanding of bcg matrix and product life cycle
Meaning and role of brands
Brand building strategies
Share increasing strategies
Pricing objectives Pricing concepts
Pricing methods
Product Basic and augmented stages in new product developments
Test marketing concepts
Promotion mix Role and relevance of advertising
Sales promotion Media planning and management
Advertising Planning
Execution and evaluation
Different tools used in sales promotion and their specific advantages and limitations
Public relations Concept and relevance
Distribution channel hierarchy Role of each member in the channel
Analysis of business potential and evaluation of performance of the channel members
Wholesaling and retailing Different types and the strengths of each one
Emerging issues in different kinds of retailing in india
Marketing research Sources of information
Data collection
Basic tools used in data analysis
Marketing to organisations Segmentation models
Structuring a research report
Buyer behaviour models
Organisational buying process
Consumer behaviour theories and models and their specific relevance to marketing managers
Sales function Role of technology in automation of sales function customer relationship management including the concept of 'relationship marketing'
Use of internet as a medium of marketing
Managerial issues in reaching consumers/organisation through internet
Structuring and managing marketing organisations
Export marketing Indian and global context
Nature and scope of financial management Valuation concepts
Risk and return
Valuation of securities
Pricing theories
Capital asset pricing model and arbitrage pricing theory
Understanding financial statements and analysis thereof
Capital budgeting decisions
Risk analysis in capital budgeting and long-term sources of finance
Theories and factors of capital structure
Cost of capital
Dividend policies
Theories and determinants
Working capital management
Determinants and financing
Cash management
Inventory management
Receivables management
Elements of derivatives
Corporate risk management
Mergers and acquisitions
International financial management
India's foreign trade and policy Export promotion policies
Trade agreements with other countries
Policy and performance of export zones and export-oriented units
Export incentives
International marketing logistics
International logistical structures
Export documentation framework
Organization of shipping services
Chartering practices
Marine cargo insurance
International financial environment
Foreign exchange markets
Determination of exchange rates
Exchange risk measurement
International investment
International capital markets
International credit rating agencies and implications of their ratings
Wto and multilateral trade agreements pertaining to trade in goods
Trade in services and trips
Multilateral environmental agreements (meas)
International trade blocks
Nafta
ASEAN
Saarc
Eu
Wto and dispute settlement mechanism
Technology monitoring
Emerging opportunities for global business
Mass communication and journalism
Unit - I Communication and journalism -basic terms,concepts and definition,nature and process
Types of communication
Mass communication
Nature of media and content
Mass communication in india
Reach,access and nature of audience
Unit - II Role of media in society
Characteristics of indian society
Demographic and sociological impact of media in general
Impact of media on specific audiences
Women
Children
Mass media effects studies and their limitations
Mass campaigns for specific issues
Social concerns
Environment
Human rights
Gender equality
The press
Radio
Television
Cinema and traditional form of communication
Unit - III Journalism as a profession
Journalists -their role and responsibilities
Indian constitution and freedom of press
Research restrictions
Ethics and journalism
Careers in journalism and mass media
Training
Problems
Perception and response by the industry
Media management -principles and practices
Professional organisations in media
Media laws in india
Unit - IV History of print and broadcast media in general with particular reference to india
Post-independent developments in print
Newspapers
English and indian language press
Major landmarks
Magazines and their role
Bookphase and contemporary situation
Small newspapers -problems and prospects
Press commission
Press councils -their recommendations and status
Development of radio after independence
Extension role
Radio rural forums and local broadcasting
General and specific audience programmes
Development of television
Perception: understanding and appreciation of scale and proportion of objects,building forms and elements,colour texture,harmony and contrast
Initial development and experimental approach
Site phase and evaluation
Expansion of television
Post-asiad phase
Issues concerns and debates over a period of time
Committees in broadcasting -background recommendations and implementation
Cinema
Historical overview and contemporary analysis
Commercial, parallel and documentary genres
Problems and prospects for the film industry
Unit - V Communication and theories of social change
Role of media in social change
Dominant paradigms
Critique of the dominant paradigm and alternative conception
Development initiatives
State, market and the third force
Participatory approaches and community media
Ownership and management perspectives
Unit - VI Introduction of research methods and process
Historical overview of mass communication research
Administrative and critical traditions
Effects research -strengths and limitations
Communication research in india
Landmark studies related to site
Content analysis
Quantitative and qualitative approaches
Market research and its relationship to communication particularly advertising
Sampling techniques
Strengths and limitations
Statistical methods of analysis basics
Unit - VII Colonial structures of communication
Decolonisation and aspirations of nations
Conflicts related to media coverage and representation
International news agencies
Critique
Macbride commission
Recommendations and policy options
Contemporary issues related to transnational broadcasting and its impact on culture
Various perspectives and cultural impact
Convergence of media -problems and options
Media policies in an international context
India's position and approach to international communication issues
Unit - VIII Radio and tv and video as media of communication
Grammar of tv and radio and video
The production team
Role of producer
Different types of programmes
Writing for radio
Writing for tv
Researching for scripts
The visual language
Camera movements
Basic theories of composition
Cues and commands
Formats for radio
Television
News
Sitcoms
Features
Commercials
Operas
Documentaries
Cinema
Theatre
Drama
Editing theory and practice
Sound design
Microphones
Sets and lighting
Satellite
Cable television
Computers
Microchips
Unit - IX Advertising
Marketing
Ad copy and layout
Public Relations
Public opinion
Propaganda
Unit - X The techniques
Different forms of writing
Printing technology and production methods
News agencies
Syndicates and freelancing
Specialised areas of journalism
Museology and conservation
Unit - I Definition of museum
Definition of museology / museography
History of development of museum-world / india
Types of museums-india
Para museums
Rural museums and their probleins
Role of museum in society
Museum accountability
Museum in changing world
Museum movement and international organization
Professional associations and their relevance
Unit - II History of collection of world
Theoretical issues and value based collection / objectives
Methods of collection
Ethics of collection
History of documentation / aim and objectives
Registration methods / indexing / cataloguing
Exhibition documentation
Conservation / restoration documentation
Computerization /multimedia
Unit - III History / archaeology / architecture
Ethnology / anthropology / folk literature
History of art / fine arts / performing art
National history and physical sciences
Unit - IV General principles of presentation
Organization and planning of gallery / exhibition
Nature and types of exhibition
Permanent / temporary exhibition
Types of museum lighting
Natural and artificial and their merits and demerits
Effects of light on
Textiles
Paintings
Natural history specimens
Preparation of blue print and stages of work
Selection of materials research for data input
Execution of presentation
Unit - V Communication techniques
Lable / lable writing
Audio-visual techniques / application
Orientation and guiding
Other complimentary techniques and application
Unit – VI General principles and theoretical issues
Educational role of the museum
Educational services and facilities
Extension services / out reach programme
Special services to physically handicapped
Cultural resources in museum education
Unit - VII General principles of public relations
Nature of public relations and its application in museum
Media outlets
Print media and electronic media
Information technology in museums
Public facilities and services
Classification of museum visitors and its need
Friends of the museum and voluntary services
Museum marketing strategy
Unit - VIII Analysis of materials
Factors of deterioration
Pest control in museums sterilization / prevention / first aid
Preservation / conservation / lining / darning
Unit -IX Handling / care
Storage organisation
Packing and transportation regulations
Insurance / other safeguards
Museum security against fire ,theft and burglary,armed conflict
Unit - X Principles of museum management
Administrative structures of museum
Museum administration personnel finance
Policy planning and quality development
Museum security and maintenance
Music
Technical-terminology Nada
Shțuti
Swara
Grama-moorchana
Jati
Raga
Tala
Tan
Gamak
Gandharva-gaan
Marga-deshi
Giti
Gaan
Varna
Alankar
Melody
Harmony
Musical scales
Musical intervals
Consonance-dissonance
Harmonics
Western and south indian terminology and their explanation
Drone
Alpatva-bahutva
Abirbhav-tirobhav
Uthan
Peshkar
Kayda
Rela
Rang
Laggi
Ladi
Farshbandi
Laya
Matra
Avartan
Vibhag
Sashabda kriya
Nishabda kriya
Theka
Saral gat
Adi gat
Chakradar gat
Farmaishi gat and other variety of gats and kayadas
Upanga
Bhashanga
Gita
Kriti
Kirtana
Jatiswara
Pada
Swarjati
Ragmalika
Tillana
Nyasa
Amsa
Prasa
Yati
Anuprasa
Alapana
Neraval
Sangati and other terms
Gitinatya
Baitalik
Varsha-mangal
Basantotsav
Gita-bitana
Swara-bitana
Akarmatrik notation
Masitkhani and rajakhani gat
Applied theory Detailed and critical study of ragas
Classification of ragas
Mela raga vargikaran
Raga-ragini vargikaran
Thata raga vargikaran and raganga vargikaran
Time-theory of ragas
Application of melody and harmony in indian music
Placement of shuddha and vikrit swaras on shruties in ancient
Medieval and modern period
Detailed knowledge of prevalent talas of hindustani music
Knowledge of tala dashpranas and marga and deshi talas of ancient period
The original principles of making tihai
Chakradar gat
Chakradar paran
Comparative study of hindustani and karnatak tala system with special reference to ten pranas of tala
Detailed study of different layakaris viz
Dugun
Tigun
Chaugun
Ada
Kuada
Viyada and method to apply them in compositions
Tagore's treatment of hindustani ragas and raginis
Elements of hindustani classical music
Karnatak music
Western music
Music from other provinces
Folk music and kirtan of bengal and their influence on tagore's treatment of ragas.
Compositional forms and their evolution Prabandha
Dhrupad
Khyal
Dhamar
Thumri
Tappa
Tarana
Chaturang
Trivat
Vrindagana
Vrinda vadan
Javeli
Kriti
Tillana
Alap
Varnam
Padam
Ragam
Tanam
Pallavi
Gita
Varna
Swarajati
Kalpita
Sangita
Ragamalika
Narvallu
Swara kalpana
Tevaram
Divyaprabandham
Tiruppugazh
Main forms of rabindra sangeet
Akarmatrik notation system
Knowledge of devanagari script
History of music of bengal
Gharanas and gayaki Origin and development of gharanas in hindustani music and their contribution in preserving and promoting traditional hindustani classical music
Merits and demerits of gharana system
Study of the traditions and specialities of different gharanas in vocal
Instrumental and percussion group
Desirability and possibility of gharanas in contemporary music
Guru shishya parampara and different styles of singing and playing in karnatak music
An overall survey of rabindra nath tagore's musical creativity
Tonal and rythmic varieties of tagore's musical compositions including his own experimental variations
Periods and phases of tagore's musical compositions
The cultural atmosphere of tagore's family
Thematic variations of tagore's music
Contribution of scholars to Indian music and their textual tradition Narad
Bharat
Dattil
Matanga
Sharangadeva
Nanyadeva and others
Lochan
Ramamatya
Pundarik vitthal
Somnath
Damodar mishra
Ahobal
Hridaya narain deva
Vynkatmakhi
Sriniwas
Pt.bhatkhande
Pt.v.d.paluskar
Pt.omkarnath thakur
K.c.d.brahaspati
Dr. premlata sharma and others
Study of ancient
Medieval and modern treatises in percussion instruments
Bharat natyashastra
Sangeet samaysar
Radha govind sangit sar
Madrul mosiqui
Bhartiya vadyon ka itihas
Sangeet shastra
Bhartiya sangeet mei taal aur roop
Abhinav tala manjari
Bhartiya sangeet vadya and other treatises
Contribution of various scholars to percussion instruments
Kudau singh
Bhagwan das
Raja chatrapati singh
Anokhe lal
Ahmadjan thirakwa
Shamta prasad
Kishan maharaj and others in ancient
Medieval and modern period
Tagore's musical dramas and dance-dramas
Valmikita pratibha
Kalmrigaya
Mayar khela
Chitrangada
Chandalika
Shyama and other dramas full of various songs
Dramas
Prayaschitta
Visarjan
Saradotsava
Raja
Phalguni
Taser desh
Vasanta
Tagore's musical creativity in gitabitan
Part - i, ii and iii
Swarabitan part i-63
Sangeet-chinta
Contribution of prominent karnatak scholars
Composers and performers and their medieval and modern period
Work such as ramamatya
Vyankatmakhi
Tyagraja
Muttu-swami dikshitara
Shyama sastri
Gopal krishna bharati
Prof. sambhamoorti
Papanasam shivan
Vasantha kumari
Subbulakshmi
Ramari
T. n. krishnan' and others
Historical perspective of music A study of the historical development of hindustani music
Karnatak music and rabindra sangeet in ancient
Medieval and modern period
Contribution of western scholars to indian music
Aesthetics Its origin
Expression and appreciation
Principle of aesthetics and its relation to indian music
Rasa theory and its application to indian music
Relationship of musical aesthetics and rasa to hindustani music
Karnatak music and rabindra sangeet
Interrelationship of fine arts with special reference to rag-ragini paintings
Dhyan of ragas and others
Bibliography of rabindra nath tagore
Instruments/dance Origin
Evolution
Structure of various instruments and their well-known exponents of hindustani
Karnatac music and rabindra sangeet
Importance of tanpura and its harmonics
Classification of instruments of hindustani
Karnatac music in ancient
Medieval and modern period
Popular instruments used in rabindra sangeet
Elementary knowledge of indian dances
Kathak
Bharatnatyam
Kuchipudi
Oddissi
Kathakali
Folk music Influence of folk music on indian classical music
Stylisation of folk melodies into ragas
Popular folk tunes and folk dances of hindustani
Karnatak and rabindra sangeet
Such as baul
Bhatiyali
Lavani
Garba
Kajri
Chaity
Maand
Bhangra
Gidda
Jhoomar
Swang
Pandawani
Amar-praner manush acchhe prane
Amar sonar bangla
Kirtan
Sari
Rai beshe
Jhumur
Karakattam
Kavadi attam
Villuppattu
Maiyandi melam and other prominent folk forms
Analysis of the elements of hindustani folk music
Karnatac folk music or south indian folk music and rabindra folk sangeet or folk music of bengal and the elements regarding their interrelationship
General study of the folk music of various regions of india
Uttar pradesh
Rajasthan
Haryana
Punjab
Maharashtra
Bengal and south india
Music teaching and research technologies Guru shishya parampara
Sangeet-sampradaya pradarsini and the institutional system of music teaching with reference to hindustani
Karnatak music and rabindra sangeet
Utility of teaching aids like electronic equipments in music education with reference to hindustani
The methodologies of music research
Preparing synopsis
Data collection
Field work
Writing project reports
Finding bibliography
Reference material with reference to hindustani
Study of interrelation between textual and oral tradition.
Rasa
Baj
Sampradaya
Composers and musicians
Interdisciplinary studies in music
Music and philosophy
Music and religion
Music and culture
Music and social sciences
Music and science
New trends of Indian music in post-independence era
Research in music and its new avenues
Music education
Music festivals
Temple music
Performing arts - dance, drama, theatre
General cultural aspects Cultural history of india
Knowledge of major epics like ramayana mahabharata, shilappadikaram in terms of their content
Characters and relevance to indian theatrical practice
An acquaintance with indian mythology
The natyashastric tradition Knowledge of bharata's natyashastra and its relevance to an influence on indian classical theatre
Origin, aim and nature of sanskrit
Natya according to bharata and later commentators
The concepts of natya, nritta and nritya and their characteristics in the earliest and medieval theories
The types of theatres and their construction according to natyashastra
Ancient practice of natya The four ‘abhinayas'
The four 'vrittis'
The four 'pravrittis' and two dharmis'
a study of the 'nritta karanas' of the natyashastra and their importance
Detailed study of nayaka-nayikabheda and all the classification thereof
Indian aesthetics Rasasutra' of bharata and its exposition and elaboration by various commentators
Viz
Bhatta lollata
Sri shankuka
Bhatta nayaka and abhinavgupta
Rasa and its constituent elements
Sthayi
Vyabhichari and sattvika bhava and their vibhava and anubhava
Dhvani siddhanta' of anandavardhanacharya
Post-natyashastra important texts relevant for study of dance and drama Dasha rupaka of dhananjay
Abhinaydarpana of nandikeshvara
Bhavprakashana of shardatanaya and natyadarpana of ramachandra
Gunachandra
Tradition of Indian music General knowledge of indian classical music
Hindustani and carnatic and their 'tala' patterns
Forms of Indian dance and drama in general General introduction to seven classical dance styles
Viz
Bharata natyam
Kuchipudi
Odissi
Kathak
Manipuri
Kathakali and mohini attam
Knowledge of indian dance-drama tradition
Both classical and folk
General introduction to tribal and folk dances of india
Inter-relationship of dance and drama with other plastic arts
Sculpture, iconography and painting in their ancient indian tradition
South-east Asian dance/drama General acquaintance with the theatre traditions of south-east asia
Viz sri lanka
Burma
Thailand
Cambodia
Indonesia
Japan and china
Social relevance of dance and drama in contemporary Indian scene
Pedagogy in dance and drama Traditional dance/drama training and its relevance today
Dance education at the academic level and its need in the contemporary indian society
Dance/drama research and other components of co-related arts which are relevant
The importance of modern stage technique
The media and technological advances to the study and propagation of dance/drama
Dance history History and technique of indian dance from the ancient times till the modern times to be gathered from different sources like
Literature
Epigraphy
Sculpture
Iconography
Painting and religious thought
This entails a thorough study of the natyashastra and relevant texts
The contemporary scene and social ambience of dance in India and world History and development of western ballet
Contemporary modern dance in india
Well-known indian innovators and choreographers
Designing of a stage production The actual creation of a stage production
The production process in terms of selection of
Selection of the subjects
Writing the synopsis
Selection and/or writing of the lyrics
Musical arrangement
Direction and choreography
Designing of sets
Designing of lighting
Designing of costumes
The ultimate presentation
Critical evaluation
A study of Seven established classical dance styles in terms of origin
History and development thereto
Other well-established d raditions
Chhau
Satriya
The influence of martial arts on the regional dance forms
Drama and dramatic theories Form of drama
Elements of drama
Types of drama
Various styles of drama in the context of various isms
Important world dramatists and drama
From greek to modern
Contemporary Indian theatre Evolution of contemporary theatre in the context of development in indian theatre
New trends in contemporary theatre since independence movement
Major movements and major theatre innovators and play wrights
Acting / direction Different schools of acting
Greek to grotowski
Important contemporary actors
Internationally known
Different directoral innovations and methods
Theories of modern stage
Theatre design and techniques Theatre architecture
Greek to modern period
Stage craft
Set
Lights
Costumes
Make up
Props
Theatre techniques
From selection of script to final performance
Political science
Political theory and thought Ancient indian political thought by kautilya and shanti parva
Greek political thought by plato and aristotle
European thought -i by machiavelli,hobbes,locke,rousseau
European thought - ii by bentham,j. s. mill,hegel,marx and green
Contemporary political thought -i by lenin,mao,gramsci
Contemporary political thought - ii by rawls,nozic and communitarians
Concepts and issue - i
Medieval political thought
Church state relationship and theory of two swords
Concepts and issue - ii
Behaviouralism and post-behaviouralism
Decline and resurgence of political theory
Democracy, liberty and equality
Comparative politics and political analysis Nature and scope of evolution of comparative politics as a discipline
Approaches to the study of comparative politics
Traditional
Structural functional
Systems and marxist
Concepts of constitutionalism
Problems and limitations of constitutionalism
Forms of government
Unitary
Federal
Parliamentary
Presidential
Organs of government
Executive
Legislature
Judiciary -their interrelationship in comparative perspective
Electoral systems of party systems and pressure groups
Types and roles of bureaucracy
Political development and political modernization
Political culture
Political socialization and political communication
Political elite
Elitist theory of democracy
Power
Authority and legitimacy
Theories and types of revolution
Dependency
Development and under development
Constitutionalism in theory and practice
Executive, legislature and judiciary with special reference to india,usa,uk and switzerland
Party system and role of opposition
Electoral process
Separation of powers
Rule of law and judicial review
Indian government and politics National movement
Constitutional developments and the making of indian constitution
Ideological bases of the indian constitution
Preamble
Fundamental rights and duties and directive principles
Constitution as instrument of socio-economic change
Constitutional amendments and review
Structure and process – i
President
Prime minister
Council of ministers
Working of the parliamentary system
Structure and process - ii
Governor
Chief minister
State legislature
Panchayati raj institutions
Rural and urban and their working
Federalism theory and practice in india
Demands of autonomy and separatist movements
Emerging trends in centre state relations
Judiciary
Supreme court
High courts
Judicial Review
Judicial activism including public interest litigation cases
Judicial reforms
Political parties
Pressure groups
Public opinion
Media
Subaltern and peasant movements
Elections
Electoral behaviour
Election commission and electoral reforms
Public administration Development of public administration as a discipline
Approaches to the study of public administration
Decision making
Ecological and systems
Development administration
Theories of organization
Principles of organization
Line and staff
Unity of command
Hierarchy
Span of control
Centralization and decentralization
Types of organization
Formal and informal
Forms of organization
Department
Public corporation and board
Types of chief executive
Functions and roles
Personnel administration
Recruitment
Training
Promotion
Discipline
Morale
Employee employer relations
Bureaucracy theories
Types and roles
Max weber and his critics
Civil servant
Minister relationship
Leadership -its role in decision-making
Communication
Financial administration
Budget
Audit
Control over finance with special reference to india and uk
Good governance
Problems of administrative corruption
Transparency and accountability
Right to information
Grievance redressal institutions
Ombudsman
Lokpal and lokayukta
International relations Contending theories and approaches to the study of international relations
Idealist
Realist
Systems
Game
Communication and decision-making
Power, interest and ideology in international relations
Elements of power
Acquisition
Use and limitations of power
Perception: understanding and appreciation of scale and proportion of objects,building forms and elements,colour texture,harmony and contrast
Formulation and promotion of national interest
Meaning
Role and relevance of ideology in international relations
Arms and wars
Nature,causes and types of wars/conflicts including ethnic disputes
Conventional
Nuclear/bio-chemical wars
Deterrence
Arms race
Arms control and disarmament
Peaceful settlement of disputes
Conflict resolution
Diplomacy
World-order and peace studies
Cold war
Alliances
Non-alignment
End of cold war
Globalisation
Rights and duties of states in international law
Intervention
Treaty law
Prevention and abolition of war
Political economy of international relations
New international economic order
North-south dialogue
South-south cooperation
Wto
Neo-colonialism and dependency
Regional and sub-regional organisations especially saarc,asean,opec,oas
United nations -aims,objectives,structure and evaluation of the working of un,peace and development perspectives
Charter revision
Power-struggle and diplomacy within un
Financing and peace-keeping operations
India's role in international affairs
India's relations with its neighbours
Wars
Security concerns and pacts
Mediatory role
Distinguishing features of indian foreign policy and diplomacy
Political theory Nature of political theory and its main concern
Decline and resurgence since 1970s
Liberalism and marxism
Individual and social justice
Role of ideology
Theories of change
Lenin
Mao
Gandhi
Political thought Plato and aristotle
Machiavelli
Hobbes
Locke
Rousseau and j. s. mill
Karl marx
Gandhi, m. n. roy
Aurobindo ghosh
Political development Political modernization
Political socialisation and political culture
Power and authority
Political elite
Making of the Indian constitution Fundamental rights and duties and directive principles
Union executive
Parliament
Supreme court
Judicial activism
Indian federalism -theory, practice and problems
Dynamics of state politics Local governments
Rural and urban
Political parties
Pressure groups and public opinion
Elections
Electoral reforms
class
Caste
Gender
Dalit and regional issues
Problems of nation-building and integration
Growth of public administration as a discipline New public administration
Theories of organisation
Principles of organisation
Chief executive
Contmol over administration judicial and leyislative |
Bureaucracy
Development, planning and administration in India Bureaucracy and challenges of development
Administrative culture
Administrative corruption
Administrative reforms
Panchayati raj
Impact of liberalization on public administration
Theories of international relations Ideology, power and interest
Conflicts and conflict-resolution
Changing concept of national security and challenges to the nation-state system
Arms and arms-control
End of cold war Globalisation and political economy of international relations in the contemporary world
Determinants and compulsions of india's foreign policy
Indiaís nuclear policy
India's relations with neighbours and usa
India's role in the un
India and regional organizations (saarc,asean )
Indian ocean
Politics including international relations
Nature of international politics Theories and approaches to the study of international politics
Nationalism
Nation-state and challenges to nation-states
Contemporary world order End of cold war
United states as a pre-eminent power and multipolarity
Globalisation and its implications
Environment and ecological problems
Human rights
International economic issues Trade regime and economic groupings
Role of international financial institutions
Role of multi-national corporations
Trans-national threats and security International terrorism
Drug-trafficking
Proliferation of small arms
Weapons of mass-destruction
Nuclear
Biological
Chemical and weather and arms control and disarmament
Indian foreign policy Basic objectives and principles
India and its neighbours
India and major powers
Major issues of indian foreign policy
United nations Collective security
Peace-keeping and peace-making
Role of international law
Un agencies and other international organizations
Restructuring of the united nations
South Asia in world affairs
South-east Asia in world affairs
Russia and the CIS in world affairs
West Asia in world affairs
Africa in world affairs
America and Europe in world affairs
Latin America in world affairs
Theories of international politics Realist
Idealist
Systems and decision making
Role of power in international politics
Balance of power
Bipolarity
Unipolarity and multipolarity
The concept of nation
National interest and national security collective security
The role of the united nations
Post-cold war and the emerging world order
Politics of liberalisation
Globalisation and world trade organization
Nuclear weapons
Deterrence and world peace
Concept, components and models of national and international security Challenges and threats to india's security since independence
External and internal dimensions
Defence mechanism of nation-states
India, us and the peoples republic of china
India's security policies and nuclear doctrine
Problems of armament and disarmament
Economic, political and scientific dimensions
Concept and theories of conflict and conflict resolution including confidence building measures
Evolution of strategic thoughts
Kautilya
Clausewitz
A. t. mahan
Mackinder and douhet
New modes of warfare
Low intensity conflict
Electronic and cyber warfare
Introduction Historical background empires
Geo-political set-up
Interaction with the west
National awakening
Disintegration of ottoman empire
Palestine problem
Inter-war developments
Ideologies Pan-arabism
Pan-islamism
Pan-turanism
Etatism
Zionism
Nasserism
Secularism
West Asia and the world Major powers' interests in west asia
Cold war
Oil dynamics
West asia and india
General themes Regional organizations
Intra-arab relations/rivalries
Post-cold war scenario-continuity and change
Social transformation
Economy
Islamic resurgence
State systems
Basic features of the region Land and people geo-political and socio-economic setting
Colonialism and nationalism Patterns
Major features and impact of western colonialism
Independence movements
Maintenance of independence by thailand throughout its. history
Patterns of colonialism
Major features of colonialism
Nature of colonial impact on south asian societies
Nationalism and nationalist movements
Communal and separatist movements
Genesis of pakistan and bangladesh
Developments in post-independent period Problems of communalism and nation-building
Communist challenges
Role of military
Challenges to democracy
Secessionist movements
Economic transformation
Intra-regional conflicts and cooperation
Foreign policies of south east Asian countries Determinants
Objectives and goals
Role of external powers
Usa
Russia
China
Japan and india
Geo-cultural aspects Land
People
Ecology
Environment
Languages and culture
Indigenous political systems
Atlantic slave trade and its impact and implications
Industrial revolution and the elimination of slave trade
Colonialism in africa
European partition of africa
Asian indian migration into africa
Patterns of colonial rule in africa
Legacy of colonialism
Growth of nationalism and liberation movements in africa
Historical aspects Ancient african empires
Political aspects Political independence and constitutional changes in africa
Growth of political parties and party-systems
The role of military
Democratisation process in africa
Rise and fall of apartheid in south africa
Concepts of pan-africanism and african socialism
Economic aspects Nature of african economy
Underdevelopment and dependency patterns in africa
Neo-colonial penetration and problems of economic independence
Development strategies in post-independence period
Structural adjustment programmes in africa an evaluation
Problem of poverty in africa
Africa's debt crisis
Globalisation and its impact on africa
Regional economic cooperation and development
Social aspects Problems of nation-building in africa
Role of education
State of human rights in africa
Role of civil society and women
Problem of aids in africa
Ethnic conflicts in africa
Social change and structural transformation
Africa and the world Africa and the emerging international system
Africa and european dominance
Africa and the cold war
Post-cold war scenario in africa
Africa and the new world order
Africa and the united nations
Inter-regional cooperation
Role of the organization of african unity
Africa and the non-aligned movement
The role and relevance of the african union 2001
Africa and the arab world
India-africa relations
Soviet period from Lenin to Stalin Civil war in russia and its impact on polity and economy
War, communism and new economic policy
Nationality policy after the revolution and the formation of the ussr
Industrialization debate and economic development under the five-year plans
Soviet foreign policy
Constitutional theories and soviet federalism
Soviet union under Khrushchev and Brezhnev Twentieth congress of the cpsu and destalinization
New approaches to third world and the non-aligned movement
Brezhnev and kosygin leadership in world affairs
Constitution of 1977
Mikhail Gorbachev period Gorbachev's new political thinking
Political and economic reforms
Foreign policy under gorbachev and end of the cold war
Break-up of the ussr
Post-Soviet Russia and CIS Russia under boris yeltsin
Political and economic dimensions
Systemic transformation of russia and the cis
New orientation in russia's foreign policy
Russia and the cis
Indo-russian relations
Developments in central asia and the transcaucasia
Land and people Geo-political setting
Multi-culture social structures
Diversities of race
Language and religion resource endowment
Natural and human resources
Society and culture of south Asia Population
General attributes and migration patterns
Major social institutions and groups
Dynamics of social change
Political systems of south Asian states Organization of government order and underlying principles
Post-independence era
Constitutional developments and movements for democracy
Elections
Political parties and pressure groups
Problems of nation
Building and issues of national integration
Communalism
Regionalism
Linguism
Ethnic cleavages
Ideology and strategies of leadership
Economic profile and development strategies Nature and bases of traditional economics
Pattern of economic development and growth strategies
Trade, aid and investment
Problems of economic development
Foreign policies of south Asian states Determinants and objectives
Role of external powers
Intra-regional cooperation and conflict
India's relations with its neighbours
Regional cooperation in south Asia Historical antecedents
Political and economic imperatives
Genesis and growth of south asian association of regional cooperation
Challenges and prospects of regional cooperation in south asia
Making of the constitution Development of the republic and making of the nation
Constitutional amendments
Structural changes
Political and social movements presidency
Congress and judiciary in recent times
Us role in un and other international organizations
United states economic and global role in post-cold war era
Problems of minorities
Afro-american
Hispanic and asian americans diasporic experience
Contemporary american society and polity
Development of constitutional process in Latin America Translation from authoritarianism of democracy
Us-latin american relations and its implications in inter-american affairs
Cultural, economic and trade relations between europe and latin america
Problems of human rights in latin america
The role of multilateral agencies in containing international and narcot terrorism
Legal mechanism to preserve peace and security in the region
Role of latin america and the caribbean in global and regional organizations
Trade and economic grouping in latin america
Growing partnership of india and latin america
Population studies
Source of population data World
Census
Registration of vital events
Demographic surveys
Population registers
India
Civil registration system
Sample registration scheme
National sample survey
Demographic surveys and other sources
Nature and limitation of data from each of the sources
Data appraisal
Evaluation and adjustment of data
Methods of demographic/population analysis Rates
Ratios
Proportions
Percentages
Person
Months/years
Incidence
Prevalence
Rates of population growth
Arithmetic
Geometric and exponential rates of growth
Doubling time
Location of events in time
The lexis diagram
Cohort and cross-sectional indicators
Crude rates and standardized methods
Methods of population projections
Inter-censual/post-censual estimates of population
Population composition and change Spatial and temporal changes in the size
Composition and distribution of population
Global perspective with special focus on india
Composition of india's population
Demographic composition
Social composition
Economic composition
Cultural composition,concept of ageing
Nuptiality and fertility Concepts and measures of nuptiality and fertility
Levels, trends and differentials of fertility in india
Sources of data on fertility
Determinants of fertility
Framework of fertility analysis
Davi's and blake's intermediate variable framework of fertility
Bongaart's proximate determinants of fertility
Mortality, morbidity and health Concepts and measures of mortality
Mortality trends
Levels and determinants in india with special reference to infant mortality and maternal mortality
Cause of death statistics
Life table
Basic concept of the life table
Types and forms of life table and model life table
Concepts and definitions of health and morbidity
Measures of morbidity
Sources of data on morbidity and mortality
Reproductive health
Concept and framework
Reproductive morbidity
Prevalence of rti
Std's and hiv/aids
Estimated levels and interventions
Migration and urbanization Basic concepts and definitions
Types of migrations -internal and international
Trends and differentials of migration
Determinants and consequences of migration
Concepts and definitions of urban
Trends and patterns of urbanization in india
Issues in urbanlsatlon and urban problems in developing countries with focus on india
Population theories Theories of population growth
Malthus to modern
Limits to population growth
Theory of demographic transition
Theories related to fertility
Theories related to migration and urbanization
Population, development and environment Concepts
Definitions
Relevance and measurement
Inter-relationship between population growth
Environment and sustainable development with special reference to india
Human development index
Implications of population growth on food supply
Water
Sanitation
Housing
Employment
Health
Education
Ecological balance and its maintenance
Population
Divergent views regarding the relationship between population and economic development
Is population growth an obstacle to economic development
Coale and hoover study
Limits to growth study
Enke's investment model approach
Population growth is conducive to economic development -views of colin clark,estner boserup,julian simon
Development is the best contraceptive
Bucharest controversy
Development
Changing concept of development
Emphasis on equality
Towards human centered development
Welfare approach
Investment in human capital approach
Physical quality of life index
Environment ,population and development impact on natural resources and the environment
Land degradation
Deforestation
Air and water pollution
Global warming
Biodiversity
Impact on quality of life
Urbanization
Poverty
Transport
Safe drinking water
Environment and sustainable development
Population and gender Concept of gender
Its relationship with components of population
Fertility
Mortality
Migration
Status of women
Social
Economic
Cultural and health
Women empowerment and its demographic consequences
Population policies and programmes Population policies in the context of growth
Structure
Distribution and quality of life
Policies related to medical termination of pregnancy
Age at marriage
Sex determination tests
National and state population policies in india
Evolution of family welfare programme in india
Programme components and organization at different levels
Goals and achievements of the family welfare programme
Methods of programme impact assessment
Impact assessment
Techniques of population analysis Rates
Ratios
Proportion and percentages
Sources of data for their computation in population analysis
Population growth rates
Decadal growth rates
Arithmetic growth rates
Geometric and exponential growth rates
Concept of population stabilization and net reproduction rate of unity
Nuptiality indicators -their computation and sources of data
Fertility indicators -their computation and sources of data
Cross-sectional or period indicators
Cbr
Gfr
Asfr
Asmfr
Tmfr
Tfr
Grr
Nrr
Replacement level fertility
Birth order statistics
Cohort indicators
Children ever born
Completed family size
Age standardization or adjustment
Mortality indicators and their computation and sources of data
Mmr
Cdr
Asdr
Imr
Under-five
Neo-natal mortality
Post-natal mortalit
Measures of pregnancy wastage
Computation of life table
Model life tables
Morbidity indicators -incidence,prevalence and case-fatality ratio
Migration and its measurement
Population estimation
Inter-censual and post-censual
Methods of population projection
Indirect methods of estimation of demographic rates
Estimation of fertility
Estimation of infant mortality
Estimation of adult mortality
Population. settlements and human ecology Population
Spatial distribution of population
Measures of density and concentration
Factors affecting spatial distribution and temporal changes in density and concentration
World/india's pattern of population distribution
Population movements
Basic concepts and definitions of population movements
Circulation
Commutation
Mobility
Migration and their environmental impact assessment
Determinants and consequences of internal/international migration
Urbanization and migration in developed and developing countries
Processes of sub-urbanization
Rural urban continuum
Theories of migration
Pull and push factors
Lee's theory of migration
Ravenstein's law of migration
Peterson's typology
Stouffer's model of intervening opportunities and competing migrants
Gravity models
Harris-todaro model of migration
Settlements
Human settlements -classification,evolution and growth
Morphology
Landuse and functions
Spatial organisation
Principles of centrality and hierarchy
Methods of measuring centrality and hierarchy
Central place region
Human ecology -classical and modern views on the subject
Human ecological processes and their role in shaping human ecological organisation
Human ecological organizations -physical,socio-economic,cultural,formal/non-formal
Ecological imbalance and strategies to combat it
Ecological imbalances caused by natural factors
Human factors
Impact on human ecological systems
Man's perception and adjustment to such imbalances
Sustainable population and sustainable settlements in the context of a regional ecosystem
Family welfare programme in India Historical evolution of the programme act
1952 through current period
Organizational structure
Subcentre
Primary health centre
Community health centre
District and state centre
Programme service infrastructure
Service units
Services
Quality of services
Personnel
Components and services
Ante-natal care
Natal care
Post-natal care
Family planning
Immunization
Diarrhoea
Acute respiratory infection
Rti/std
Mtp
Family planning methods -advantages/disadvantages,effectiveness
Programme achievement
Programme goals in npp-2000
Evaluation of fw programme and data requirement
Management information system
Idicators based on service statistics
Acceptance rates
Percentage needs met
Couple protection rate
Periodic surveys
National sample surveys
Ad hoc surveys and indicators used for assessment
Sample registration system
Census
Psychology
Perceptual process Approaches to thr study of perception
Gestalt and physiological approaches
Perceptual organization
Gestalt
Figure and ground
Laws of organization
Perceptual constancy
Size
Shape and brightness
Illusion
Perception of death and movements
Role of motivation and learning in perception
Learning process Classical conditioning
Procedure
Phenomena and related issues
Instrumental learning
Phenomena
Paradigms and theoretical issues
Reinforcement
Basci variables and schedules
Verbal learning
Methods and materials
Organizational processes
Memory and forgetting Memory processes
Encoding
Storage
Retrieval
Stages of memory
Sensory memory
Short-term memory and long-term memory
Episodic and semantic memory
Theories of forgetting
Interference
Decay
Thinking and problem solving Theories of thought processes
Associationism
Gestalt
Information processing
Concept formation
Rules and strategies
Reasoning
Deductive and inductive
Problem solving
Type and strategies
Role of concepts in thinking
Motivation and emotion Basic motivational concepts
Instincts
Needs
Drives
Incentives
Motivational cycle
Approaches to the study of motivation
Psychoanalytical
Ethological
S r cogmitive
Humanistic
Biological motives
Hunger
Thirst
Sleep and sex
Social motives
Achivemnet
Affiliation
Approval
Exploratory behaviour and curiosity
Physiological correlates of emotions
Theories of emotions
James-lange
Canon bard
Schachter and singer
Conflicts
Cources and types
Human abilities Intelligence
Biological
Social
Eco cultural determinants
Theories of Intelligence
Spearman
Thurston
Guilford
Individual and group difference
Extent and causes
Measurement of human abilities
Personality Determinants of personality
Biological and social culture
Approaches to the study of personality
Psychoanalytical
Neo-freudian
Social learning
Trait and type
Cognitive
Personality assessment
Psychometric and projective tests
Self-concept
Origin and Development
Research methodology Research problems
Hypothesis
Variables and their operationalization
Types of psychological research
Methods of psychological research
Experimental
Quasi-experimental
Case studies
Field studies and cross cultural studies
Methods of data collection
Observation
Interview
Questionnaire
Tests and scales
Non-parametric tests
Measurement and testing Test construction
Item writing
Item analysis
Test standardization
Reliability
Validity and norms
Types of tests
Intelligence
Aptitude
Personality
Characteristics and important examples
Attitude scales and interest inventories
Educational measurement and evaluation
Biological basis of behaviour Receptors
Effectors and adjuster mechanisms
Neural impulse
Origin
Conduction and measurement
Sensory system
Vision and audition
Human nervous system
Structure and functions
Unit I Signal detection theory
Subliminal perception and related factors
Information processing approach to perception
Culture and perception
Perceptual styles
Ecological perspective on perception
Unit II Learning theories
Hull
Tolman
Skinner
Cognitive approaches in learning
Latent learning
Observational learning
Experimental analysis of behaviour
Bahaviour modification
Shaping discrimination learning
Neurophysiology of learning
Unite III Models of memory
Atkinson and shiffrin
Craik and lockhart
Tulving
Semantic memory
Episodic
Trace models and network model
Long term memory
Retrieval cues
Flashbulb memory
Constructive processes in memory
Eyewitness testimony
Autobiographical memory
Biological basis of memory
The search for the engram
Pet scan
Biochemical factors in memory
Improving memory
Strategies
Unit IV Cognitive strategies
Algorhythms and heuristics
Convergent and divergent thinking
Decision making
Impediments to problems solving
Creative thinking and problem solving
Language and throught
Unit V Historical antecedents of motivation from mechanism to cognition
Cognitive bases of motivation
Intrinsic motivation
Attribution
Competence
Measurement of motives
Issues and techniques
Cross cultural perspectives of motivation
Achievement
Aggression
Components of emotion
Physiological
Expressive and cognitive
Neural mechanism of emotion
Central and peripheral
Measurement of emotions -physiological,expressive and cognitive measures
Current theories of emotions and facial feedback hypothesis
Stress and coping
Reactions to stress
Outcomes of stress
Unit VI Theories of Intelligence
Cattell
Jensen
Sternberg goleman
Creativity
Views of torrance
Getzels
Guilford
Intelligence and creativity
Relationship
Abilities and achievement
Concept and role of emotional intelligence
Unit VII Clinical and growth approaches to personality
Existential and humanistic theories of personality
Frankl
Rollo may
Maslow
Rogers
Personality assessment
Projective
Psychometric and behavioural measures
Psychology of self
Western and eastern perspective
Measurement of self
Unit VIII Research designs
Correlational
Factorial
Randomized block
Matched group
Quasi-experimental
Time series design
Anova
Randomized and repeated
Correlational analysis
Partial
Multiple and regression analysis
Factor analysis
Assumptions
Methods
Rotation and interpretation
Unit IX Psychological scaling -purpose and methods
Sources of bias in psychological testing
Ethical issues in psychologycal testing
Application of factor analysis in standardization of tests with important illustrations
Unit X Methods of physiological psychology
Lesion and brain stimulation
Sleep and waking
Stages of sleep
Disorders of sleep and physiological
Mechanism of sleep and waking
Ingestive behaviour
Drinking and its neural mechanism
Hunger and its neural mechanism
Endocrine system
Chemical and glandular
Current trends in social psychology Social Cognition
Social influence
Prosocial behaviour
Applied social psychology
Health
Environment and law
Development processes Nature
Principles and related
Concepts
Maturity
Experience factors in development
Biogenic
Psychogenic and sociogenic
Stages of development
Theories of development
Psychoanalytical
Behaviouristic and cognitive
Various aspects of development
Sensory motor
Cognitive
Language
Emotional
Social and moral
Human development and individual differences Motivation and learning
Factorsin educational achievement
Social psychology of education
Teacher effectiveness
Guidance in schools
Needs
Organizational set up and techniques
Counselling -process and areas
Development of industrial and organizational psychology Selection processes in organization
Organizational training
Performance appraisal
Motivation and work
Leadership
Work environment
Organizational behaviour
Theories
Socialization
Effectiveness
Psychopathology Concepts
Classification and causes
Clinical diagnotics
Common clinical disorders
Mental retardation
Mental health -intervention models and psychotherapies
Public administration
Theory of public administration Meaning of public administration
Nature and Scope of financial accounting
Public and private administration
New public administration
New public management
Administrative thinkers
Kautilya
Woodrow wilson
Gulick and urwick
Max weber
F. w. taylor
Henri fayol
M. p. follet
Elton mayo
C.i. barnard
Herbert simon
D. h. mcgregor
Abraham maslow
Herzberg
Chris argyris and fred riggs
Theories
Classical
Human relations
Bureaucratic
Public choice and principal agent relationship
Approaches to the study of public administration
Scientific management
Behavioural systems
Structural-functional
Decision-making
Public policy and marxian
Bases of organisation
Formal and informal
Principles of organisation
Hierarchy
Span of control
Unity of command
Delegation
Decentralisation and coordination
Line-staff agencies
Leadership
Motivation and communication
Comparative public administration Nature and scope of comparative public administration
Theories and models of comparative public administration
Contributions of fred riggs
Montgomery and ferrel heady
A comparative study of the administration
Institutions and processes in u.k., u.s.a. and india
Various control mechanisms over administration in u.k. u.s.a. and india
Citizen and administration
Machinery for redressal of citizen's grievances in u.k. and u.s.a and india
Development administration Meaning of development administration
Nature and Scope of financial accounting
Concept of development administration
Development administration and traditional administration
Characteristics of administration in developed and developing countries
Public and private sectors and their administration
Planning
Projects and plan formulation
Plan implementation and evaluation
Bureaucracy and development administration
Role of bureaucracy in plan formulation and its implementation
Development administration
Interactions among bureaucrats
Politicians
Technocrats
Social scientists
Educationists and journalists
People's participation in development
International aid and technical assistance programmes
Imf
Ibrd
Wto
Meaning
Indian administration Administrative legacies at the time of independence
Civil services
District and revenue administration
Organisation of government at the central level
Organisation of secretariat
Ministries and departments
Cabinet secretariat
P.m.o
Organisation of government at the state level
Secretariat
Role of chief secretary
Organisation of ministries
Departments and directorates
Personnel administration
Classification of services
Recruitment
Recruitment agencies
U.p.s.c and state public service commissions
Training
Promotion
Discipline
Morale
Staff associations
Employer-employee relations
Financial administration
Budget
Enactment of budget
Finance ministry and its role
Audit and accounts
Comptroller and auditor
General
Plans
Five-year plans
Formulation of plans
Planning commission
National development council
Plan implementation
Centre-state relations
Legislative
Administrative and financial
Finance commission
Control over administration
Executive and judicial control
Transparency
Accountability and administrative responsiveness
District administration
Organisation of district administration
Role of district collector in development
Local government
Rural and urban
Panchayati raj institutions and their role in development
Citizen and administration
Lokpal and lokayukta
Delegated legislation and administrative adjudication
Administrative reforms in india since independence
Organisation of the union government
Central secretariat
Organisation of the state government
Organisation of departments and directorates
Research methodology Types of research
Identification of problem and preparation of research design
Research methods in social sciences
Hypothesis
Sampling
Various sampling procedures
Tools of data collection
Questionnaire
Interview
Content analysis
Processing of data
Measures of central tendency
Mean, mode and median
Report writing
Social and economic administration Meaning
Nature and scope of social welfare and social justice
Central social welfare board and state social welfare boards
Major social sectors
Health and education
Industrial policy resolutions and growth of public sector in india
Features of public sector
Problems of management
Accountability and autonomy
New economic policy
Liberalisation
Privatisation and globalisation
The concept of social welfare
Social justices and social change
The concepts of liberalisation
The new economic policy
Role of voluntary and non-governmental agencies in socio-economic development
Local governments - rural and urban Meaning
Nature and scope of local governments
Major features and structure of local government in u.k. and u.s.a. and france and india
73rd and 74th constitutional amendments in india
Functions and role of local governments in india
State-local relations in india
Public administration Meaning
Nature and Scope of financial accounting
Public and private administration
New public administration
New public management
Organisation Bases of organisation
Formal and informal
Principles of organisation
Hierarchy
Span of control
Unity of command
Delegation
Decentralisation
Co ordination and line and staff agencies
Administrative thinkers Kautilya
Woodrow wilson
Luther gullick and lyndall urwick
Max weber
F. w. taylor
Henry fayol
M.p. follet
Elton mayo
Chester barnard
Herbert simon
D.h. mcgregor
Abraham maslow
Frederick herzberg and chris argyris
Theories and models of comparative public administration Contributions of fred riggs
Montgomery and ferrel heady
A comparative study of the administration
Institutions and processes in u.k, u.s.a. and india
Personnel administration Classification of services
Recruitment
Recruitment agencies
U.p.s.c. and state public service commissions
Training
Promotion
Discipline
Morale
Staff associations
Employer-employee relations
Budget and meaning financial administration
Preparation and enactment
Finance ministry and its role
Audit and accounts
Comptroller and auditor
General
Structure of district administration Role of district collector
Local government
Rural and urban
Structure
Functions and role
Finances
State-local relations
Public policy Meaning
Types and significance
Approaches to public policy
Institutional arrangements for policy-making
Policy of making process
Policy implementation
Policy education
Policy monitoring and evaluation
Policy analysis
Concepts of social welfare, social justice and social change Organisational structure for social justice administration
Central social welfare board
State social welfare boards
Role of n.g.o.s and voluntary organisations
State departments of social welfare and the union ministry of social justice and empowerment
Reservation policy
Major social sectors
Health and education
Economic policy in India since independence Concept of mixed economy
Industrial policy resolutions and growth of public enterprises in india
Public enterprises
Problems of management
Accountability and autonomy
Liberalisation
Privatisation and globalisation
Disinvestment policy
The new economic policy
Local self-government Meaning
Nature and Scope of financial accounting
73rd and 74th constitutional amendments in india
Organisation and functions
Finances
State and local government relations
Challenges before the local self-government
Concept of rural development Approaches to rural development
Community development
Area development
Integrated rural development
Centralization and decentralization
Role of cooperatives
Process of urbanization
Urban development infrastructure
Housing
Water supply
Sewerage
Environment
Transport
Master plan
National capital region
Development authorities
Slums
Social work
Unit - I Evolution of social work profession
Impact of social reform movements
Factors that influenced the emergence of method approach in social work practice
Social work profession and human rights
Philosophy and principles of social work and their application
System approach to social work practice
Role of social work in the remedial
Preventive and developmental models
Definition
Relevance and scope of integrated approach to social work practice
Skills and techniques
Social work education
Content
Training
Supervision
Problems and challenges
Unit - II Meaning and characteristics of society
Community
Social group and social institution
Social structure and social stratification
Theories of social change and social disorganisation
Tribal, rural and urban communities
Weaker and vulnerable sections and minority groups
Population
Poverty
Unemployment
Under developments
Problems of developing economies and consequences of new economic policy
Concept of welfare state
Features of indian constitution
Problems
Fundamental rights and directive principles and planning in india
Five-year plans
Analysis of concept and causative factors of indian social problems
Intervention in social problems
Government and voluntary efforts at micro- and macro-levels
Role of the social workers in identifying social problems and development of appropriate strategies
Unit - III Human behaviour
Human needs
Human motivation and problems of human behaviour and coping mechanisms
Human growth and development in the lifespan of individual
Learning
Socialisation and theories of personality
Unit - IV Concept of case work
Objectives and principles of case work
Social case work process
Intake
Study and social diagnosis
Treatment
Termination and evaluation
Approaches in case work
Psychoanalytical
Psycho-social
Problem solving
Behaviour modification
Crisis intervention
Eclectic approach
Techniques and skills in social case work
Interviews
Home visit
Resource mobilisation
Referral
Environmental modification
Case work relationship
Communication
Types of recordings in case work
Role of social case worker in various settings
Unit - V Concept of group work
Assumptions
Definition and goals of group work
Principles and skills and values of social group work
Stages of group development and use of programmes for group development
Orientation stage
Working stage
Termination stage
Programme planning
Implementation and evaluation
Study of group process
Group dynamics
Member's behaviour
Leadership and role of the worker in various settings
Approaches and models in group work practice
Therapeutic and social treatment
Development group and task-oriented group
Unit - VI Concept, principles and objectives of community organisation
Approaches in community organisation
Models,strategies and role of social worker in each of the approaches
Community development and community organisation
Concept of social action in community organisation
Purpose and techniques
Community organisation as a para-political process
Networking
Conscientisation
Planning and organising
Roles and strategies of social movements
Types and role of ngos
Unit - VII Definition,nature , scope and purposes of social work research
Research designs
Types and methods
Steps in social work research of problem formulation
Operationalisation of variables
Sampling
Tools and techniques of data collection
Data analysis and report writing
Role and responsibilities of the researcher
Statistics and its use and limitation in social work research
Unit - VIII Concept and scope of social policy
Distinction between social and economic policies
Place of ideology and values
Evolution of social policy in india
Review of major policies and programmes
Education
Health
Shelter
Environment
Social security
Employment
Family
Child
Women and youth welfare
Welfare of the weaker sections
Elderly and disabled
Characteristics of social welfare organisations
Size
Nature and design
Legal status
Rules and procedure and overall policy
Management of social welfare organisations
Home relation
Financial relation and physical relation
Programme and project management
Identifying overall and specific needs
Project formulations
Monitoring and evaluation
Recording and accountability
Unit - IX Concept of social justice and its relationship with social legislation
Civil rights
Human rights and issues of social justice
Legislations pertaining to women and children
Legislations pertaining to social defence
Social security and social assistance
Legislations pertaining to people with disability
The underprivileged and health related legislations
Role of social worker in promoting social legislation and social justice
Unit - X Meaning of social development
Concept and indicators of social development
Approaches and strategies
Growth and equity
Minimum needs
Quality of life
Global efforts for human development
Concept of sustainable development
Social work and social development
Problems of social development in india
Labour welfare and human resource management Concept
Principles and approaches
Problems concerning industrial labour in india
Absenteeism
Migratory character
Indebtedness and exploitation
Concept of collective bargaining
Workers' participation in management and hrd sub-systems
Legislations
Factories act and 1948 and other legislations relating to trade union
Industrial disputes
Employees' state insurance
Wages
Gratuity
P.f. and bonus
Plantation
Mines and others
Role of welfare officer
Use of social work knowledge and skills
Evolution of social work practice in the field of medical and psychiatric social work in India Emerging trends and scope
Health/mental health care system
Policies
Programmes
Analysis of existing health policies
Major health concerns of disadvantaged groups
Social and psychological factors and physical and mental disorders
Role of social work in health care delivery system and in institutions for the disabled
Social work practice in hospitals
Specialized medical and mental health institutions
Child guidance clinics
Stress and crisis intervention centres
Community development Concept,process and models of community development
Process and models of community development
Needs and problems related to urban,rural and tribal development
Institution of panchayati raj -philosophy,role and functions
Government programmes and service for the development of tribals
Schedule castes
Women and children in urban, rural and tribal areas
Role of ngos in urban, rural and tribal development
Changes in demographical and social situations of families, women and youth and aged and children in India Problems of families ,women,youth,aged and children in india
Social legislation for families,women and children
Policies, programmes and services for families, women, youth, aged and children of government
Ngo
National and international level
Ocial work intervention with families and children and women, elderly and people with special needs
Concepts of crime and deviance Theories of causation
Objectives
Forms and justification of punishment
Limitations of punishment
Nature and evolution of correctional services
Adult and juvenile correctional programmes
Institutional and community based treatment
Legal provisions
Intervention programmes for victims of violence
Neglect and abuse
Nature and causes of juvenile delinquency
Juvenile justice law and organisation
Role of social worker in correctional settings
Sociology concept
Nature of sociology Definition
Sociology
Nature of sociology Sociological perspective
Basic concepts Community
Institution
Assocation
Culture
Norms and values
Social structure Status and role and their interrelationship
Sociology concepts Multiple roles
Role set
Status set
Status sequence
Role conflict
Social group Meaning
Primary-secondary
Formal informal
Ingroup-outgroup
Reference group
Social institutions Marriage
Family
Education
Economy
Polity
Religion
Socialization Resocialization
Resoclalization
Anticlpatoiy socialization
Adult socialization
Agencies of socialization
Theories of socialization
Social stratification Social differentiation
Hierarchy and inequality
Forms of stratiifcation
Caste
class
Gender
Ethnic
Theories of social stratification
Social mobility
Social change Concepts and types
Evolution
Diffusion
Progress
Revolution
Transformation
Change in structure and charge of structure
Theories of dialectical and cyclical
Structural Nadel
Radcliffe brown
Levi-strauss
Functional Malinowsid
Durkheim
Parsons
Merton
Interactionist Social action
Max weber
Pareto
Symbolic interactionism
G. h. mead
Blumer
Conflict Karl marx
Dahrendorf
Coser
Coffins
Meaning and nature of social research Nature of social phenomena
The scientific method
The problems in the study of social phenomena
Objectivity and subjectivity
Fact and value
Quantitative methods Survey
Research design and its types
Hypothesis
Sampling
Techniques of data collection
Observation
Questionnaire
Schedule
Interview
Statistics in social research Measures of central tendency
Mean
Median
Mode
Measures of dispersion
Correlational analysis
Test of significance
Rellablfity and validity
Phenomenology and ethnomethodology Alfred shultz
Peter berger and luckrnann
Garfinkel and goffman
Neo-functionalism and neo-Marxism J. alexander
Habermass
Aithusser
Structuration and post-modernism Giddens
Derrida
Foucault
Conceptualising Indian society Peoples of india
Groups and communities
Unity in Diversity
Cultural diversity
Regional
Linguistic
Religious and tribal
Theoretical perspectives Indological / textual perspeetive by
G. s. gburye
Louis dumont
Structural-functional perspective by
M. n srinivas
S. c. dube
Marxian perspective
D. p. mukherjee
A. r. desal
Civilisational perspective
N. k. bose
Surajit sinha
Subaltern perspective
B. r ambedkar
David hardmani
Contemporary issues - socio-cultural Poverty
Inequality of caste and gender
Regional
Ethnic and religious disharmonics
Family disharmony
Domestie violence
Dowry
Divorce
Intergenerational conflict
Contemporary issues - developmental Population
Regional disparity
Slums
Displacement
Ecological degradation and environmental pollution
Health problems
Issues pertaining to deviance Deviance and its forms
Crime and delinquency
White collax crime and corruption
Changing profile of crime and criminals
Drug addiction
Suicide
Current debates Tradition and modernity in india
Problems of nation building
Secularism
Pluralism and nation building
The challenges of globalisation Indianisatton of sociology
Privatisation of education
Science and technology policy of india
Rural sociology Approaches to the study of rural society
Rural-urban differences
Rurbanism
Peasant studies
Agrarian institutions Land ownership and its types
Agrarian relations and mode of production debate
Jajmani system and jajmani relations
Agrarian class structure
Panchayati Raj system Panchayat before and after 73rd amendment
Rural leadership and factionalism
Empowerment of people
Social issues and strategies for rural development Bonded and migrant labourers
Pauperization and depeasantisation
Agrarian unrest and peasant movements
Rural development and change Trends of changes in rural society
Processes of change
Migration
Rural to urban and rural to rural
Mobility
Social / economic
Factors of change
Industry and society
Industrial society in the classical sociological tradition Division of labour
Bureaucracy
Rationality
Production relations
Surplus value
Alienation
Factory as a social system
Fommal and informal organization
Impact of social structure on industry
Impact of industry on society
Industrial relations Changing profile of labour
Changing labour-management relations
Conciliation
Adjudication
Arbitration
Collective bargaining
Trade unions
Workers and participation in management
Quality circles
Industrialisation and social change in India Impact of industrialization on family, education and stratification
Class and class conflict in industrial society
Obstacles to and limitations of industrialization
Industrial planning Industrial policy
Labour legislation
Human relations in lndustry
Sociology of development
Conceptual perspectives on development Economic growth
Human development
Social development
Sustainable development
Ecological and social
Theories of underdevelopment Liberal
Max weber
Gunnar myrdal
Dependency
Centre-periphery
Uneven development
World-system
Paths of development Modernisation
Globalisation
Socialist
Mixed
Gandhian
Social structure and development Social structure as a facilitator / inhibitor
Devclopment and socio-economic disparities
Gender and development
Culture and development Culture as an aid / impediment
Development and displacement of tradition
Development and upsurge of ethnic movements
Population and society
Theories of population growth Malthusian
Demographic transition
Population growth and distribution in India Growth or indian population since 1901
Determinants of population
Concepts of fertility. mortality. morbidity and migration Age and ses composition and its consequences
Determinants of fertility
Determinants of mortality, infant, child and maternal mortality
Mortidity rates
Determinants and consequences of migration
Population and development Population as a constraint on and a resource for development
Soclo-cultural factors affecting population growth
Population control Population policy
Problems and perspectives
Population education
Measures taken for population control
Gender and society Gender as a social construct
Models of gendered socialisation
Cultural symbolism and general roles
Social structure and gender inequality Patriarchy and matriarchy
Division of labour
Productuon and reproduction
Theories of gender relations Liberalist
Radical
Socialist
Post-modernist
Gender and development Effect ot development policies on gender relations
Perspectives on gender and development
Welfarist
Developmentalist
Empowerment
Women and development in India Indicntors of women’s status
Denographic
Social
Economic and culture
Special schemes and strategies for women’s development
Voluntary sector and women's development
Globalisation and women's development
Eco-feminism
Tourism administration and management
Tourist/visitors/traveller/excursionist Definition and differentiation
Tourism recreation and leisure inter relationship
Tourism components
Elements and infrastructure
Types and typologies of tourism
Emerging concepts Eco
Rural
Agri
Farm
Green
Wilderness
Country side
Special interest tourism
Tourism trends Growth and development over the years and factors responsible therein
Changing market destination patterns
Traffic flows/receipt trends
Travel motivator and deterrents
Pull and push forces in tourism
Linkages and channels of distribution in tourism Tourism organisation/instirutions
Origin
Organisation and functions of wto
Pata
Iata
Icao
Fhrai
Taai
Iato
Uftaa
Concept of resource, attraction and product in tourism Tourism products
Typology and unique features
Natural tourism resources in india
Existing use patterns vis-a-vis potential with relation to varied lanforms
Water bodies and biotic wealth
Popular tourist destination for land based
Water based
Air based
Tourist activities
Wildlife
Tourism and conservation related issues
Occurrence and distribution of populat wildlife spects in india
Tourism in national parks
Wildlife sanctuaries and biosphere reserves
Tourism and nature conservation
Conflicts
Symbiosis and synergy
Cultural tourism resourse in india
Insian culture and society
Indian history
Ancient, medieval and modern
Traditions, customs and costumes
Life style and settlement patterns
Food habits and cuisine
Music
Musical instruments and dance forms
Drawing and painting
Craftsmanship
Religion/religious observances and important pilgrim destinations
Architectural heritage
Forts
Palaces
Other architectural marvels
Location and unique features
Accommodation Concept of accommadation
Types and typologies
Linkages and significance with relation to tourism
Emerging dimensions of accommodation industry
Heritage hotels
Motels and resort properties
Time share establishments
Hotel and hoteliering
Origin
Growth and diversification
Classification
Registration and gradation of hotels
Organisational structure
Functions and responsibilities of the various departments of a standard hotel other catering
Outlets
Viz
Bars
Restaurants
Fast food centres
In flight catering
Leading multinational hotel operating in india
Public sector in hoteliering business
Role
Contribution and performance
Hrd perspective with special reference to india
Requirements
Training facilities
Constraints and scope
Fiscal and non fiscal incentive available to hotel industry in india
Ethical
Legal and regulatory aspects
Transportation Dynamically changing needs and means
Landmarks in the development of transport sector and the consequent socio-economic
Cultural and environmental implications
Tourism transport system
Airlines transportation The airlines industry
Origin and growth
Organisation of air transport industry in international context
Scheduled and non-scheduled airlines services
Air taxis
Nature of multinational air transport regulations
Significance and limitations
Role of iata
Icao and other agencies
Bermuda convention
Air transport industry in India Dgca and other key players
Regulatory framework
Air corporation act
Operations of indian carriers
Management and performance
Marketing strategies of air india
Significance of road transport in tourism Growth and development of road transport system in india
State of existing infrastructure
Public and private sector involvement
Role of regional transport authority
Approved travel agencies
Tour/transport operators
Car/hire rental companies
State and inter-state bus and coach network
Insurance provision road taxes and fitness certificate
Rail transport network Major railway systems of world
British rail
Euro rail and amtrak
Types of special package offered by indian railways to tourists
Indrail pass
Palace on wheels and royal orient
Reservation procedures
Gsas abroad
Water transport system in India Historical past
Cruise ships
Feiries
Hovercraft
River and canal boats
Fly cruise
Future prospects
Travel agency and tour operations business Origin
Growth and development
Definition
Differentiation and linkages
Organisation and functions
Travel information counselling
Itinerary preparation
Reservation
Tour costing pricing
Marketing of tour/packages
Income sources
Airlines ticketing Operational perspectives of ticketing
Abc codes
Flight schedules
Flying time and mpm/tpm calculation
Travel information mannual consultation
Routine and itinerary preparation
Types of fare
Fare calculation and rounding-up
Currency conversion and payment modes
Issuance of ticket
Cargo handling Baggage allowance
Free access baggage
Weight and piece concept
Accountability of lost baggage
Dangerous goods
Cargo rates and valuation charges
Automation and airport procedures
Requirements for setting-up travel agency and tour operations business
Approval from organisation and institutions concerned
Incentives available in indian context
Constraints and limitations
Marketing Core concepts in marketing
Needs
Wants
Demands
Products
Markets
Marketing Management Philosophies
Production
Product
Selling
Marketing and societal perspectives
Economic importance of marketing
Tourism marketing Service characteristics of tourism
Unique features of tourist demand and tourism product
Tourism marketing mix
Analysis and selection of market Measuring and forecasting tourism demand
Forecasting methods
Managing capacity and demand
Market segmentation and positioning
Developing marketing environment
Consumer buying behaviour
Competitive differentiation and competitive marketing strategies
New product development
Product life cycle
Customer satisfaction and related strategies in internal and external marketing
Interactive and relationship marketing
Planning marketing programmes Product and product strategies
Product line
Product mix
Branding and packaging
Pricing
Considerations
Approaches and strategies
Distribution channels and strategies
Marketing of tourism services Marketing of airlines
Hotel
Resort
Travel agencies and other tourism related services
Challenges and strategies
Marketing skills for tourism Creativity
Communication
Self-motivation
Team building
Personality development
Tourism planning Origin
Concept and approaches
Levels and types of tourism planning
Sectoral
Spatial
Integrated
Complex
Centralized and decentralized
Product life cycle theories and their applicability in tourism planning
Urban and rural tourism planning
Tourism planning and policy perspectives
Planning at national, state and regional levels
India's tourism policies
Tourism planning process Objective setting
Background analysis
Detailed research and analysis
Synthesis
Goal setting and plan formulation
Evaluation of tourism project
Project feasibility study
Plan implementation
Development and monitoring
Tourism master plan
Tourism impacts and need for sustainable tourism planning Socio-cultural
Economic and physical
Tourism carrying capacity and environmental impact analysis
Business ethics and laws and their relevance and applicability in travel and tourism industry
Law and legislation relating to tourist entry
Stay
Departure
Passport
Visa and health
Tourist safety and security
Preservation and conservation of heritage environment
Archaeological sites and wildlife
The nature of field techniques Field techniques and tourism and hotel business
Importance and limitations
Research Meaning and types
Trends and challenges with special reference to tourism and hotel business
Guiding principles in selection of research problem
Research methodology Meaning of research methodology
Procedural guidelines
Research design
Field procedure for data collection and analysis techniques
Nature and sources of data
Techniques of data collection
Frequency distribution Meanings of frequency distribution
Problems and considerations in construction numerical frequency distributions
Measures of central tendency and variation
Correlation and regressions analysis
Probability and probability distributions Meaning and definition of probability
Sample points and sample space
Events
Conditional probability
Bayes theorem and probability on large sample space
Probability distributions
The binomial model
The poisson model
Normal distrubtion
Sampling and statistical testing Sampling and sample designs
Sampling and reasons for sampling
Theoretical basis of sampling
Basic concepts of sampling and types of sampling
Central limit theorem
Statistical testing
Formulation and general procedure of testing of hypothesis
One-tail test and two-tail test
Parametric and non-parametric testing Testing the hypothesis
Comparison of two population means
Comparison of two population proportions
Comparison of two population means and standard deviations
F-test
Student's distribution
Chi-square test
Management Concept
Nature
Process and functions of management
Managernent levels
Managerial skills and roles
The external environment
Social responsibilities and ethics
Planning Nature
Purpose
Types and process of planning
Management by objectives strategies and policies
Decision-making
Process
Tools and techniques
Decision-making models
Organising Concept of organising and organisation
Line and staff
Authority and responsibility
Span of control
Delegation
Decentralization
Conflict and coordination
Organisational structure and design
Management of change
Innovation and organisation development
Directing Communication process
Barriers and principles of effective communication
Theories and practices of motivation
Concept of leadership
Theories and styles
Controlling Process, methods and techniques
Managing international business
Information systems Automation of manual system
Data processing stages
Evolution from edp to mis
MIS Introduction
Definition
Status
Framework of understanding and designing mis
Computer networking Application of computerized reservation systems in travel trade and hospitality sector
Financial management and planning Meaning of finance
Goals
Functions
Importance and typologies of finance
Role of financial management
Organisation goals
Environment
Forecasting and financial planning
Break-even analysis
Management of current assets Meaning and characteristics of working capital management
Financing current assets
Cash management
Receivables management and inventory management
Management of fixed assets
Importance of capital budgeting
Analytical techniques
Non-discounted
Discounted techniques
Financial structures and management of earnings Meaning
Difference between financial and capital structures
Determinants of financial structure
Financial leverage and effects of financial leverage on net income and shareholders' wealth
Financial leverage and financial planning
Break-even analysis for financial leverage
Dividend policy
Significance of dividend policy and different types of dividend policies
Tourism finance corporation of india
Aims
Objectives
Organisation and functions
Accounting
Preparation of business income statement
Balance sheet
Cash flow statement and fund flow statement
Hotel accounting
Tribal and regional language
General anthropology
General linguistics
Indian literature
Theory of literature
Principles of ethnology
Ethnological study of the tribal and Sadan communities of Jharkhand and adjoining provinces
Principles of linguistics
Linguistic study of any one of the languages of Jharkhand and adjoining provinces
Ancient literature
Medieval literature
Modern literature
Western criticism
Indian criticism
Folklore
Mundari - poetry
Mundari - prose
Santhali - poetry
Santhali - prose
Ho - poetry
Ho - prose
Khadia - poetry
Khadia - prose
Kudukh - poetry
Kudukh - prose
Nagpuri - poetry
Nagpuri - prose
Kurmali - poetry
Kurmali - prose
Khortha - poetry
Khortha - prose
Panchpargania - poetry
Panchpargania - prose
Visual arts
Unit-I General characteristics of visual art or fundamentals of visual art
Space
Form
Size
Shape
Line
Colour
Texture
Tonal values
Perspective
Design and aesthetic organization of visual elements in art object
The uses of two and three dimensions in visual art
Tactile quality in art
Environment and art
Perceptual and conceptual aspects in art
Unit-II Interrelationship of various arts
Rhythm
Structure
Use of space
Visual properties
Materials
Techniques
Ideas
Themes
Conceptual
Abstract elements between performing
Cinematic
Literary and plastic art
Unit-III Traditional and modern mediums and materials in making visual arts
Painting
Sculpture
Printmaking
Mural
Graphic design and multimedia art
Inventions
Adaptations and development of these mediums and materials from the prehistoric period to present-day all over the world
Unit-IV Traditional and modern techniques
Processes and procedures
Used in making painting
Sculpture
Printmaking
Mural
Graphic design and multimedia art
Such as modeling
Carving
Building
Casting
Different way of handling of colour pigment
Etching
Relief
Surface printing
Fresco buono
Fresco secco
Printing processes including computer graphic
Unit-V Relevance of the study of the history of world art for the students of visual arts in general and art history as an area of specialization
Unit-VI Relevance of the study of aesthetic and critical theories of art for the students of visual arts and students of art history and art criticism specialization
Unit-VII Study of landmark phases and artists in western art history from prehistory times to contemporary phase from the point of view of ideology
Materials
Techniques
Style
Themes
Formal and stylistic development
Unit-VIII Study of various phases of indian art history from prehistoric times to 18th century from the point of view of general formal and stylistic features and development of
Ideology
Materials
Technique
Themes
Unit-IX Development of modernity in 19th and 20th century
Indian art with special reference to various art movements
Medium
Styles
Individual artist's contributions in different regions of the country
The development of art education from the british art schools till the contemporary period
Unit-X The significance of the study of tribal, folk and popular arts and craft practices from all over the world for the modern artists from the point of
Form
Technique
Content and concepts
Art history
Indian sculpture Formal and stylistic aspects of sculpture in indus valley of mauryan
Sunga
Satavahana
Kushana
Gupta
Chalukya
Gurjara pratihara
Pallava
Chola
Rashtrakuta
Hoysala
Kakatiya
Pala-sena
Orissan
Solanki and paramara periods
Indian architecture Formal and stylistic aspects of architecture in indus valley of stupas of cave temples
Gupta
Chalukya
Pallava
Rashtrakuta
Guijara pratihara
Saindhava-maitraka
Chandela
Orissa
Chola
Kakatiya
Kalyan
Chalukyas
Solanki
Paramara
Nayuka and vijayanagar
Islamic architecture
Sultanate and mughal
Mandu
Delhi
Agra
Fatehpur sikri
Indian painting Formal and stylistic aspects of pre-historic
Ajanta
Bagh and later mural tradition
Manuscript painting
Sultanate
Chaurapanchasika style and other pre-mughal schools
Mughal
Rajasthani
Malwa
Pahari and deccani schools
Indian iconography Antiquity of image worship
Development of the cult of vishnu
Shiva and shakti and various forms of their iconography
Sapta-matrika
Lakshmi
Surya
Yaksha
Ganesha and kartikeya
Hindu temple and iconography
Buddhist narratives origin and development of buddha image and bodhisattvas
Tara and kubera/panchika
Iconography of tirthankaras
Bahubali
Jaina yaksha and yakshl
Ambika
Syncretic images
Narratives in medieval painting
Aesthetics and art critical history General principles of indian art
Art and beauty
Principles of image making
Six limbs of indian painting and six chinese canons of painting
Theories of rasa
Dhvani
Alankara
Auchitya and riti and their relevance in understanding art making and viewing
Interrelationship of visual and performing art
Classification of painting in chitrasutra
Concepts of kshayavriddh
Guna-dosha
Sadrishya
Vartana
Nimnonata
Visible and invisible aspects of art
Rekha and linear rhythm compositional aspects of art
Perspective
Form and content
Textual sources
Kashmiri aestheticians
Distinctions and overlap between the scope of art history
Art criticism and aesthetic theories
Interrelationship between art history
Anthropology
Archaeology
Cultural history and philology
Development of art history as a discipline
Connoisseurship and catalogue raisonne
Development of formalism
Iconology
Visual perception and new art history
Ananda coomaraswamy and stella kramrisch and their relevance in the indian art historical studies
Western approaches to art and aesthetics
Plato
Aristotle
Alberti
Vasari
Bellori
Reynolds
Diderot
Winckelmann
Croce
Tolstoy
Writing by artists and manifestos of modern art movements
Theory of avant-garde
Implication of theories of semiotics
Structuralism
Post-structuralism
Postmodernism and feminism on art thinking and writing
European art Pre-historic art
Cretan
Greek
Roman
Etruscan
Early christian
Byzantine
Gotin
Renaissance
Mannerist
Baroque
Neo-classicism
Romanticism
Realism
Impressionism
Post-impressionism
Symbolism
Fauvism
Cubism
Expressionism and different abstract trends
Futurism
Dadaism
Surrealism
Abstract expressionism
Op
Pop
Mininimal
Neo-figuration and various art developments in post-modern period
Art and architecture of ancient near east The art of egyptian
Mesopotamian
Sumerian akkadian
Assyrian
Achaemanid
Minoan and sassanian cultures
Art and architecture of the orient The art far eastern
Islamic
Central asia
Nepal
Tibet
Sri lanka
Cambodia
Java
Siam and burma
Modern Indian art Company school
Bazar painting
British art schools
Kalighat painting
Raja ravi varma and followers
Neo-bengal school
Abanindranath tagore and disciples
Nandalal bose
Benode behari mukherjee
Ramkinkar baij
Rabindranath tagore
Gaganendranath Tagore
Jamini roy and others
Role of santiniketan in art education
Academic/professional sculptors and painters
Mahatre
Talim
D. P. Roy chowdhury
Dhurandhar
Hemen majumdar
Thakur singh
Early modernists
Amrita shergil
Karmarkar
George keyt
Art in 1940's and 50's
Bengal famine and artists
Progressive art movements in calcutta
Madras
Bombay and delhi
International modernism and artists
F. n. souza
Pradosh dasgupta
K. c. s panicker
B. c. sanyal
Dinkar kaushik
Nirode mazumdar
Paritosh sen
M. f. husain
Akbar padamsee
Ramkumar and others
Independent artists
N. s. bendre
K. k. hebbar
Shankho chowdhury
Krishna Reddy
Dhanraj bhagat
Y. k. shukla
Piloo pochkhanawala
V. s. gaitonde
Santhanaraj
Davierwala and others
Art in 1960's and 70's indigenist trends in painting
Sculpture
Mural and printmaking
K. g. subramanyam
K. c. s. panicker
Reddappa naidu
S. b. palsikar
Janaki ram
Meera mukherjee
Jyoti Bhatt
J. swaminathan
Neo-tantric art
Figurative-narrative trend since 1960's
Bikash bhattacharjee
Ganesh pyne
A. ramachandran
R. b. bhaskaran
Lakshma goud
Jogan choudhuri
Bhupen khakhar
Anjolie ela menon
Arpita singh
Gogi saroj pal
Arpana kaur
Vivan sundaram and others
Trend of abstraction since 1960's
Raghav kaneria
Jairam patel
P. barwe
Ram kumar
L. munnuswamy
P. v. kolte
Jagmohan chopra
Balbir singh katt
Nagji patel
Development of installation
Multimedia
Performative
Happening art
Nalini malani
Ved nayar
Tribal, folk and popular art African
Oceanic
North-west coast american
Mexican
Indian
South-east asian art
India
Pata painting
Madhubani
Warli
Pithoro painting
Dokra bronzes
Terracotta horses
Wood carving
Leather puppets
Indian traditional and modern design and functional arts
Textiles
Benaras
Kanchipuram
Gujarat brocade
Baluchari
Dacca malmal
Paithani
Katki and textiles of north-eastern states
Tie and dye fabrics
Embroideries
Metalware
Jade
Beads
Jewellery and other
Drawing and painting
Knowledge of principal elements Perspective values
Fundamentals of paintings
Visual principles
Form
Space
Illusion
Image
Chronology of the development of ideas
Visual reality
Conceptual reality
Tradition and the gradual development of the art of combining the elements of ideas of different visual arts specialization
Media and materials and their use Sketching and drawing
Application of materials
Oil painting
Alla prima and old master process
Glazing and scumbling
Priming of canvas
Different types of oil
Brushing
Tempera and gouache and their uses in painting in both traditional and non-traditional art
Wash method on paper and silk
Acrylic
Pastel
Mixed media
Watercolor mural and mural techniques
Fresco secco and buon fresco
Ajanta and different modern media relief and mixed media in mural
Collage
Encaustic wax
Supports in painting
Types of paintings Open air paintings
Portrait paintings
Study of head and full length figures
Male and female
Landscape paintings
Patronised art
Paintings under different art movements
Still life
Thematic
Abstract
Principles of compositions Reflection of artists personal views
Development of concept
Process of creative paintings
Expression of ideas under some aesthetical and philosophical views
Artistic expression during differer and structural changes
Art and changes
Application of techniques Colours and colour theory and the application of colour theory in art activities
Colour harmony
Traditional application of colour and the application of colour with reasoning
Colour preparation
Texture
Technical aspect of pigment
Sources and influences of various traditions Study and understanding of artistic value
Construction of forms
Shapes
Planes
Volume and totality
Understanding of two and three dimensional approaches and the purpose
Relevance of the study of aesthetics in fine arts or visual arts The early philosophical thoughts in indian culture
Nature and function of works of art in society
Concepts of
Rasa
Sadanga
Dhvani
Alankara
In traditional art
Concept of art and beauty
Idea
Imagination
Intuition form and content
Sublime
Sympathy
Empathy
Creativity
Allegory
Myth
Philosophy and aesthetical views of kant and hegel
Pre-historic Indian painting Classical indian paintings
Mural and later mural traditions
Manuscript painting
Miniature painting
Folk and tribal paintings
Company school of paintings Raja Ravi Varma
Bengal school under abanindranath and his disciples
Nandalal and his disciples
Amrita shergil
Academic realism
Calcutta group
Major trends in contemporary Indian art since - 1947 Major phases in western painting
Greco-roman
Byzantine
Gothic
Renaissance
Baroque and rococo
Neoclassicism
Romanticism
Neo-realism
Impressionism post-impressionism
Cubism
Fauvism
Futurism
Dadaism
Surrealism
Abstract art
Abstract expressionism
Op
Pop
Neo-figuration
Art in post-modern time
Applied art
Importance of applied art in visual communication in relation to various media, consumer and producer Understanding of all the elements of an advertising design or graphic design such as typography and calligraphy
Photography
Illustration mnemonics
Logo and symbol
Punch line/base line/ slogan
Conventional animation and modern animation
Application of computer graphics in creating special effects
Its reactions and response from viewer
Visualization Research sources of visualization
Collection of information material and ideas
Selection of usp
Development of concepts and final decision of selecting the media
Outdoor advertising Importance in communication
Various kinds of media of outdoor advertising with its advantage over other media
Advertising ethics and censoring in using outdoor media
Advertising campaign Product
Corporate or government and social awareness
Suggestion of media according to the approach towards the target audience
Name all the media available
Innovation in media
New technologies
Tv graphics
Multimedia presentation
Web-page designing and understanding of all the softwares
Internet and its use in advertising products and services
Net marketing
Organization of advertising agencies Study of advertising management
Setting up studio
Role and responsibilities of a graphic designer
Art director
Visualizer
Creative head
Service department and copywriters
Creative director or creative head and copywriter
Their interaction in developing concepts
Modern studio in present scenario
Computer, printers and scanners etc
Interaction with other arts
Sculptors
Painters
Set designers and event management agencies
History of advertising from early civilizations
Invention of moveable types
Development of printing processes
Letterpress
Off-set gravure
Silk-screen
Embossing
Thermography etc
Computers and its role in creating new visual effects
Importance of market research in advertising
History of indian advertising and different media
History of printing in india
Print media vs electronic media
Future of advertising in india
Entry of multinationals and indian advertising
Top grade advertising agencies such as
Hta lintas
Mudra
O and m, etc and their approaches
Colonial paintings Raja Ravi Varma
Bengal school
Abanindranath and his disciples
Nandlal Bose
Amrita shergil and his disciples
Academic realism
Progressive schools
Major trends in contemporary indian art
Major phases in western painting Greco-roman
Byzantine
Gothic
Renaissance
Baroque and rococo neoclassicism
Romanticisms
Neo-realism
Impressionism
Post-impressionism
Cubism
Futurism
Dadaism
Surrealism
Abstraction
Abstract expression
Op
Pop
Neo-figuration
Art in post-modern time
Graphic art
Fundamental of visual arts Line
Texture
Volumes
Space
Colour
Compositions
Definition of graphics -print-making
Difference with other art forms
Brief history of printing Knowledge of principle elements of printmaking
Surface
Intaglio
Stencil
Other mediums
Computer graphics paper-making
Surface - relief Invention
Media
Woodcut
Wood engraving
Woodcut in far eastern
Lino-cut and lino etching
Material
Wood and linoleum
Tools
Chemicals
Inks
Printing machines
Approach to design
Light to dark
Reduction method
Printing methods
Single block multicolour printing
Multiblock multicolour printing
Surface - lithography Media
Invention lithography
Offset printing
Oleograph
Material and equipments
Stone and plate
Tools chemical
Inks
Press photographic
Enlarger
Techniques
Grinding
Graining
Image making
Drawing
Photo-transfer
Litho-engraving
Reverse or re-reverse technique
Etching
Registration
Printing
Offset printing Invention
Direct and indirect process
Image making
Hand-drawing and photo-transfer
Material and equipments
Ink
Chemicals
Press
Printing method
Direct and indirect
Pictorial and formal qualities of litho and offset Intaglio
Invention
Media
Drypoint
Engraving
Mezzotint etching
Wood intaglio
Viscosity materials
Plates
Metal
Acrylic
Wood and sunmica
Chemicals
Tools
Plate-making
Image making
Manual and photo-transfer process
Approach to design
Light to dark
Dark to light
Characteristics of prints in different intaglio techniques Stencil
Hand cut stencil and silkscreen
Method and materials of hand cut stencil
Silkscreen materials
Silk
Nylon and polyurethane
Tools
Squeezee
Frame
Exposing table
Printing table
Chemicals
Inks and other equipments
Printing methods Manual and mechanical
Computer graphics Direct printout from printer
Indirect use
Paper-making Materials
Machines and tools
Beater, tray, etc
Chemicals and colours
Technique
Photograph or collagraph
Block-making
Printing methods
Intaglio
Relief
Chinecolle -technique
Women studies
Unit - I Scope of women's studies,concept and need for women's studies
Women's studies as an academic discipline
Women's movements
Pre-independent
Post-independent and current women's movements
National committees and commissions for women
Government organizations for women
Dept of women and child development
Unit - II Rationality,liberal feminism
Freedom
Education
Marxist feminism
Production
Reproduction
class
Alienation
Marriage and family
Radical feminism
Gender
Patriarchy
Reproductive technology
Motherhood
Socialist feminism
Class and gender
Division of labour
Unified and dual system
Exploitation
Indian women
Family
Caste
Culture
Religion
Social system
Unit - III Gender bias in enrolment,women's education
Curriculum content
Dropouts negative capability in education
Values in education
Vocational education recent trends in women's education
Committees and commissions on education
Adult literacy and non-formal education for women's development
Unit - IV Productive and non-productive work,concept of work
Use value and market value
Gender division of labour
Mode of production
Women in organised and unorganised sector
Training, skills and income generation
New economic policy and its impact on women's employment
Globalization
Structural adjustment programmes
Unit - V Importance of entrepreneurship,concept and meaning
Entrepreneurial traits
Factors contributing to women entrepreneurship
Micro enterprises
Gender and technology
Technology and production
Technology transfer
Appropriate technology
Emerging technologies
Information technology
Impact on women's development
Unit - VI Health status of women in india,gender in health
Mortality and morbidity factors influencing health
Nutrition and health
Hiv and aids control programme
National health and population policies and programmes
Maternal and child health to reproductive and child health approaches
Issues of old age
Women and environment
Nature as feminine principle
Basic needs in rural and urban environments
Care and management of natural resources
Depletion of natural resources
Sustainable environment and impact on women
Unit - VII Child labourers,girl child in society
Changing role of women
Marriage
Single parent
Motherhood
Widows
Theories of development
Empowerment
Alternative approaches
Women in development
Women and development
Gender and development
State policy and programmes
Women development approaches in indian
Five-year plans
Self-helf groups women and leadership
Panchayati raj
Political role and participation
Ngos and women development
National and international funding agencies
Unit - VIII Personal laws,indian constitution and provisions relating to women
Labour laws
Violence against women
Legal protection
Family courts
Enforcement machinery
Police and judiciary
Human rights as women's rights
Unit - IX Role of women in media,portrayal of women in mass media
Development of communication skills
Alternative media
Folk art
Street play and theatre
Women as change agents
Indecent representation of women act, 1986
Impact of media on women
Unit - X Research for women's studies,limitations of methodology of social science
Scope and significance of research in women's studies
Research design and methods
Survey
Exploratory diagnostic
Experimental
Action research
Qualitative versus quantitative research
Case studies

UGC NET 2019 Preparation Tips

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To start the preparation of UGC NET, candidates must be aware about the exam pattern and syllabus of UGC NET. This makes the task of preparation easy for the candidates. It is always advised to the appearing candidates that they must start the preparation of UGC NET exam keeping the time left in mind. Proper planning, solving previous years’ question papers, making short notes, covering syllabus topic-wise etc. makes preparation strategy easy. To score well candidates must follow their preparation strategy, solve last year question papers, read newspapers for daily updates and enhance their general awareness.

UGC NET 2019 Exam Pattern

UGC NET Paper I Exam Pattern

According to the exam pattern of UGC NET, there are two papers which will be conducted in computer-based mode. Paper-1 will constitute of 50 objective type questions carrying 2 marks each. The questions in this section will be asked from reasoning, comprehension, general awareness,  divergent thinking to assess the candidates’  research/ teaching aptitude. 

Exam pattern of Paper 1

            

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100

        



UGC NET Paper II Exam Pattern

As per the UGC NET exam pattern, Paper 2 will consist of 100 objective type questions carrying 2 marks each based on the subject selected by the candidate. There is no provision of negative marking in this paper. 

Exam pattern of Paper 2                                                                                             

            

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UGC NET Question Papers

Candidates who are appearing for UGC NET exam must check the previous year question paper of the exam. Knowing questions papers will benefit the candidates in multiple way. Candidates can understand the question trend and accordingly compose their strategy to qualify the exam.

The admit card of UGC NET 2019 is issued by NTA in online mode on November 9, 2019. Candidates can download the admit card till the day of examination either by entering their application number and password or by using application number and date of birth. Candidates can check the details specified in the admit card like about the venue, time, date and shift of exam in the admit card. They have to bring the photo identity card along with the admit card on the exam day. After downloading admit card candidates are required to check that all the details mentioned in the admit card is correct, in case of any discrepancy aspirants should immediately contact to the authority to make the needful changes. 

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NTA releases the answer key of NTA UGC NET for both paper I and II. Candidates can check the number of correct and incorrect answers. Candidates can calculate their marks after checking the official UGC NET answer key and accordingly know their status of qualifying the June session of exam.

NTA announces the result of UGC NET 2019 in online mode. To check result candidates have to enter application number and date of birth. Candidates can also able to check cut off released by National Testing Agency (NTA) along with the result. The merit list of the qualifying candidates is made on the basis of the aggregate marks. The separate merit list is prepared for those qualifying for Assistant Professor and JRF.

UGC NET Cutoff

UGC NET cutoff is of two types subject wise cut off marks and qualifying marks released NTA. As per the NTA notification, candidates appearing for Assistant Professor and both JRF and Eligibility for Assistant Professor have to secure 40% aggregate mark in both papers for General and 35% for OBC/ST/SC/Pwd/ Transgenders. The subject wise cutoff will be released by the commission.

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English literature UGC NET ki koi aachi choching h dehli m plz suggests

Mayank Chowdhary 16th Nov, 2019

There are many coaching classes available in Delhi for UGC net English Literature preparation. The classes mainly are in GTB Nagar. One of the well renowned coaching class that I know is SAHITYA CLASSES. Another good class known in Delhi is Vineet Pandey JRPF institute.

Thank-you.

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UGC net exam study materials 2019-2020

Papeya Dubey Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019

Hello,

You haven't mention you're seeking information regarding study materials of which subject. Anyway, for Paper-I, you can go through NTA UGC NET/SET/JRF-Paper I: Teaching and Research Aptitude by Pearson or Trueman's UGC NET/SET General Paper-I.

Practice previous year questions, mock paper to evaluate your progress as well as get acquainted with the type of questions that'll come in exam.

In addition to this, I can say no matter what your subject is, but going through your graduation and post-graduation books are must, one needs to have that thorough knowledge when it comes to cracking NET.

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I HAVE COMPLETED MY M.TECH IN RENEWABLE ENGINEERING CAN I GIVE UGC NET IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE. MY FEW SUBJECTS ARE MATCHING WITH THE SYLLABUS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Vishwaksen Gouda Student Expert 17th Oct, 2019
Hello akhay Raj,
The renewable engineering is related to the environment engineering where you can participate in the UGC net in environmental  category.
It include every part of renewable engineering such as energy, conserve,water..etc is is relatable and you can do that.
All the best
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Can an Audiology Post graduate write UGC NET

Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 10th Oct, 2019

hello aspirant,

there is subject name audiology in UGC net subject list. however there is some other subject name music, dance drama, museology and conversation etc available. I have shared the link below, you please check weather any subjects meet your criteria or not.

https://www.ugcnetonline.in/syllabus-new.php


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