The scheme and syllabus of the examination shall be as detailed in the Schedule below :1. Scheme of the Preliminary Examination : The Preliminary Examination will consist of only one paper, viz., a paper on “General Studies”. The paper will be of an objective type consisting of 200 multiple-choice questions. The paper will carry 200 marks and will be of 2½ hours duration. The standard of the paper will be of the level of knowledge as expected of a graduate of any faculty of a recognized University. The paper will include questions covering the following fields of knowledge:

(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii)

English Composition General Science Current events of National & International Importance History of India Geography of India with special reference to West Bengal Indian Polity and Economy Indian National Movement General Mental Ability

25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks

An outline of the syllabi is given in Appendix – I The Preliminary Examination is meant to serve as a Screening Test only for the purpose of selection of candidates for the Main Examination. The marks obtained in this examination by the candidates will not be considered for final selection. Only those candidates who will be declared qualified at the Preliminary Examination in a year will be eligible for admission to the W.B.C.S. (Exe.) etc.(Main) Examination of that year. 2. Scheme of the Main Examination : The Main Examination will consist of five Compulsory papers and two optional subjects (one optional subject for candidates applying only for group C and / or D) to be chosen by the candidates from the list of optional subjects given below. If a candidate offers two optional subjects and intends to compete for only Group – ‘C’ and/or ‘D’, he/she will be allowed the Optional Subject mentioned first. There will be two papers on each optional subject. Every paper – Compulsory or Optional – will carry 100 marks and will be of 3 hours’ duration. Compulsory Papers : Paper I Paper II Paper III Paper IV Paper V : : : : : Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali Essay, Précis Writing, Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali (Marks 40+20+20+20). Composition and Translation from English into

English Essay, Précis Writing, Composition and Translation from Bengali/Hindi/ Urdu/Nepali into English (Marks 40+20+20+20). General Knowledge and Current Affairs (Excluding questions on the Constitution of India and the Five-year Plans (Marks 50+50). The Constitution of India and the Five-year Plans (Marks 50+50). Arithmetic and Test of Reasoning (Marks 50+50).

3. List of Optional Subjects : (Vide restriction on choice in Item No.-4 below and syllabi in Appendix-I) Subject Bengali Hindi Sanskrit English Pali Arabic Persian French Urdu Comparative Literature Agriculture Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science Anthropology Botany Chemistry Code 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15
Page 1 of 54

Subject Civil Engineering Commerce and Accountancy Computer Science Economics Electrical Engineering Geography Geology History Law Mathematics Management Mechanical Engineering Medical Science Philosophy Physiology Physics Political Science Psychology Sociology Statistics Zoology

Code 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

4. Restriction on choice of Optional Subjects : Candidates will be allowed to offer optional subjects mentioned below in the following restricted manner. i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) ix) Bengali/Hindi/Sanskrit/English/Pali/Arabic/Persian/French/Urdu/Comparative Literature have the option to choose if they so intend, only one of those subjects as an optional paper). Commerce and Accountancy or Management Sociology or Political Science or Anthropology Mathematics or Statistics Agriculture or Botany Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science or Medical Science or Physiology or Zoology Civil Engineering or Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering or Computer Science Philosophy or Psychology (candidates will

viii) Geography or Geology

5. The standard of Arithmetic part of Compulsory Paper – V – Arithmetic & Test of Reasoning will be similar to that of the Compulsory Mathematics paper at the Madhyamik Examination of the Board of Secondary Education, West Bengal. Test of Reasoning will cover Analytical Reasoning – Data Sufficiency; Logical Reasoning – (1) Logical Deduction, (2) Forcefulness of the Arguments, (3) Implication of sentences, (4) Inferring from diagrams; Series – (1) Letter series, (2) Number series; Inferring from Data; analogy tests; Symbol Interpretation; Mathematical puzzles; Odd man out; Perception test; Non-verbal reasoning; Selecting the correct sequence. The standard of other compulsory papers will be of the level of learning expected of a graduate of any faculty of a recognized University. The standard of the examination in optional subjects will be approximately that of an Honours Degree Examination as prescribed by the recognized Indian Universities except Law, Medical Science and Engineering subjects. For Law, Medical Science and Engineering subjects those specified for the LLB course theoretical papers for MBBS and BE or equivalent courses respectively of recognized Indian University / Institution. 6. Answers in all the paper – Compulsory and Optional – except the language papers may be written either in English or in Bengali (unless otherwise directed in these rules or in the question papers). Answers in the following compulsory and optional papers may also be written in Nepali : Compulsory Optional : : (1) General Knowledge & Current Affairs. (2) The Constitution of India & the Five-Year Plans. (1) Political Science (2) Botany

Note : Candidates should write their answers to all the questions in only one and the same language in any particular paper. Candidates may use the Devanagari or Bengali Script in the answer papers on Sanskrit; the Devanagari Script in the answer papers on Hindi or Nepali; and the Bengali, Arabic, Persian and Urdu Scripts respectively in the answer papers on Bengali, Arabic, Persian & Urdu. 7. A summary of the group-wise papers in the Main Examination : Group ‘A’ & ‘B’ Services & Posts : All 5 compulsory papers and two optional subjects of two papers each.

Page 2 of 54

Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ Services & Posts : All 5 compulsory papers and one optional subject of two papers. In case of a candidate competing for Group ‘A’ and / or ‘B’ along with Group ‘C’ and / or ‘D’ and offering two optional subjects the particular optional subject in which higher marks have been secured will be taken into account in calculating his / her aggregate in Group ‘C’ and / or ‘D’. 8. Personality Test : A number of candidates selected in order of merit on the results of the Main Examination (Written) for all the services and posts included in Groups A. B, C and D will have to appear for the Personality Test. Each candidate will be asked questions on matters of general interest. The object of the test will be to assess the candidate’s personal qualities, e.g., alertness of mind, power of clear and logical exposition, intellectual and moral integrity, leadership and also the candidates’ range of interests. Candidates for Group ‘B’ Service (West Bengal Police Service) will be specially tested at the interviews with regard to their suitability for the service. Marks for the Personality Test (i) (ii) Group ‘A’, ‘B’ & ‘C’ Group ‘D’ 200 Marks 100 Marks

9. Deduction of marks : In all the answer papers under examination due credit will be given for proper economy of words combined with clarity, precision and effectiveness of expression and originality of approach. A deduction of 10% of full marks may be made from the total marks secured by a candidate in a particular paper if he / she discloses his / her identity by writing his / her name, roll number or by putting any identifying marks inside the answer script of that paper. 10. Discretion of the Commission : The Commission has discretion to fix qualifying marks in any or all the papers / subjects and in the aggregate. If a candidate fails to secure qualifying marks in any paper / subject, the marks in that paper / subject will not be considered in calculating his / her aggregate.

Abstract Table of Papers / Subjects and Marks Main Examination and Personality Test Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Compulsory Papers Bengali / Hindi / Urdu / Nepali Essay, Précis Writing, Composition and Translation from English into Bengali / Hindi / Urdu / Nepali English Essay, Précis Writing, Composition and Translation from Bengali / Hindi / Urdu / Nepali into English General Knowledge and Current Affairs The Constitution of India and the Five-year-Plans Arithmetic and Test of Reasoning Optional Subjects : Personality Test : Total Marks : Group A 100 100 100 100 100 400 200 1100 Group B 100 100 100 100 100 400 200 1100 Group C 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 900 Group D 100 100 100 100 100 200 100 800

APPENDIX – I SYLLABI FOR PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION Questions on English Composition will cover Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms and Phrases, Vocabulary test, Phrasal Verbs, the same words bearing more than one meaning, use of appropriate and qualifying words etc. Questions on General Science will cover general appreciation and understanding of science, including matters of everyday observation and experience as may be expected of a well-educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific discipline. In History, emphasis will be on broad general understanding of the subject in its social, economic and political aspects. Questions on the Geography of India will relate to Physical, Social and Economic Geography of the country, including the main features of Indian Agricultural and Natural Resources with special reference to West Bengal. Questions of Indian Polity and Economy will test the knowledge of the country’s Political System,
Page 3 of 54

Panchayatee Raj, Community Development and Planning in India, Questions on the Indian National Movement will relate to the nature and character of the Nineteenth Century Resurgence, Growth of Nationalism and Attainment of Independence. General Mental Ability will relate to Logical perception, understanding and natural conclusion. SYLLABI FOR OPTIONAL PAPERS OF MAIN EXAMINATION

Paper – I : Section-A 1) Topics from the History of Bangla Language. a) The chronological track from Proto Indo-European to Bangla (Family tree with branches and approximate dates). b) Historical stages of Bangla (Old, Middle, New) and their linguistic features. c) Dialects of Bangla and their distinguishing characteristics. d) Elements of Bangla Vocabulary. e) Forms of Bangla Literary Prose-Sadhu and Chalit. 2) Process of Phonetic Changes in Bangla Language. Apinihiti (Anaptyxis), Abhishruti (Umlaut), Samibhavan (Assimilation), Svarabhakti / Viprakarsha, Svarasangati (Vowel harmony).

3) Problems of standardization and reform of alphabet and spelling and those of transliteration and Romanization. Section-B 4) History of Bangla Literature. a) Periodization of Bangla Literature: Old Bangla and Middle Bangla. b) Roots and reasons behind the emergence of modernity in Bangla Literature. c) Evolution of various Middle Bangla forms: Mangal kavyas, Vaishnava lyrics, Adapted narratives (Ramayana, Mahabharata, Bhagavata) and religious biographies. d) Narrative and lyric trends in the nineteenth century Bangla poetry. e) Development of prose. f) Bangla dramatic literature (nineteenth century, Tagore, Post-1944 Bangla drama). 5) Tagore and Post Tagoreans (upto the decade of fifties). 6) Fiction, major authors: Bankimchandra, Tagore, Saratchandra, Bibhutibhusan, Tarasankar, Manik. 7) Women and Bangla Literature. a) Swarna Kumari Devi, b) Ashapurna Devi, c) Mahasweta Devi, d) Rajlakshmi Devi, e) Kabita Singha, f) Nabanita Deb Sen Section - A 1) Vaishnava Padavali (Calcutta University Publication). Phases (Parjayas): Gourchandrika, Purvaraga, Abhisar, Mathur, Prarthona. 2) Chandimangal: Kalketu episode by Mukunda (Sahitya Akademi). 3) Meghnadbadh Kavya by Michael Madhusudan Dutta - 1st, 2nd and 3rd cantos. 4) Rajani by Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay. 5) Kapalkundala by Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay. 6) Samya and Bangadesher Krishak by Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay. 7) Punascha by Rabindranath Tagore. 8) Bichitra Prabandha by Rabindranath Tagore. 9) Chacha Kahini by Sayed Muztaba Ali.

Paper – II :

10) Chandragupta by Dwijendralal Roy. 11) Grihadaha by Saratchandra Chattopadhyay. 12) Adhunik Bangla Kabita Selected Poems: i) Saswati by Sudhindranath Dutta
Page 4 of 54

ii) Rabindranath by Achintya Kumar Sengupta iii) Aami Kabi Jata Kamarer by Premendra Mitra iv) Bandir Bandana by Buddhadeb Basu v) Amar Koifiat by Kazi Nazrul Islam 13) Prabandha Samgraha by Pramatha Choudhuri: Selected Essays: Bharatchandra, Birbal, Boipara 14) Pather Panchali by Bibhutibhusan Bandyopadhyay 15) a) Ekaler Galpo Sanchayan - Vol.- 1 & 2 (Calcutta University Publication). b) Selected Stories: i) Payomukham by Jagadish Gupta ii) Haraner Natjamai by Manik Bandyopadhyay iii) Fossil by Subodh Ghosh iv) Tope by Narayan Gangyopadhyay v) Adab by Samaresh Bose vi) Aswamedher Ghora by Dipendranath Bandyopadhyay 16) Shrestha Kavita by Jibanananda Das. 17) Jagori by Satinath Bhaduri. 18) Ebam Indrajit by Badal Sircar.

Paper – I : SECTION-A 1. Hindi Linguistic and Grammatical References i. Definition of Language ii. Difference between learning and parole iii. Elements of Communication of Language iv. Different aspects of Language v. Units of language - Phonemes, Morphemes, Syntax, Discourse, Sementics. 2. History of Hindi language and Nagari Lipi i. History of Development of Hindi language (Short study) ii. Development of Khari Boli Hindi as literary language and Lingua Franka (Special context to Indian Freedom struggle and post Independent India) iii. Area of Hindi Language iv. Prominent Hindi dialects and inter relationship between the dialects v. Grammatical structure of standard Hindi vi. Scientific features of Nagari lipi vii. Development of Hindi as a global language in the modern context SECTION-B History of Hindi Literature: 1. Tradition of writing History of Hindi Literature 2. Literary trends of following four periods of Hindi Literature: a) Adikala b) Madhya Kala : i) Purva Madhyakala (Bhakti kala) (ii) Uttar Madhyakala (Riti Kala) c) Adhunika Kala A. ADIKALA- Prominent Poets and their works: i) Sarhapa and Goraknath ii) Chand Vardai and Narapati Nalha iii) Svambhu iv) Abdur Rahman and Amir Khusro

B. PURVA MADHYAKALA (Bhakti kala) - Prominent Poets and their works: i. Sant Kavyadhara - Kabir and Sahjo Bai ii. Sufi Kavyadhara - Jayasi iii. Krish Kavyadhara - Surdas and Meerabai iv. Ram Kavyadhara -. Tulsidas C. UTTARMADHYAKALA (Ritikala) – Prominent Poets and their works : i. Ritibadh - Keshavdas ii. Ritisiddha - Bihari iii. Ritimukta -Ghananda
Page 5 of 54

Prasad.Maithili Sharan Gupta. 4.Vedic and Classical Sanskrit. 2. 8. Pragtivad.12 Suryasukta-1. Jainendra.Mahabhoj Bhairv Prasad Gupta-Ganga Maiyya Harishankar Parasai . ed. 9. Trends of Navajagran (Renaissance) 2. Prasad. Nai Kavita. 6. KATH SAHITYA i) Development of Hindi Novels and short stories ii) Prominent writers-Premchand.Mai Dur Hun. Agyeya. Prominent Poets . Jagadish Gupta. Dinkar. Kabir . Ram Vilas Sharma (Textual studies of the prescribed text.Tisari Kasam. Soundryabodh 12. Panchlight. by Parasnath Tiwari. 3. Sanavadi Kavita 5. Development of Hindi Criticism 2.Bhramar Gitsar.Matadin Chand Par. Prasad. Prominent Critics -Ramchandra Shukla.Siddhanta Kaumudi-Karaka and Samasa (c) Translation from Vedic texts into English:Agnisukta-1. Non-Aryan Influence in Sanskrit. Yaspal. 7. Verner’s Law. Ahuti. 5.Kabir Vani.34 Hiranyagarbha Sukta-10. Devdar SANSKRIT : Paper – I : (a) Sanskrit Linguistics:-. Hazari Prasad Divedi-Vasant A Gaya.1 Indrasukta-2. 7. 2.Mai Neer Bhari Dukh ki Badli.121 Page 6 of 54 . Hamne Poudhey se kaha Nagarjun-Bahut Dino Ke Bad and Pret ka Byan. ed. Prayogvad. Mahadevi. Prominent trend of Modern Hindi PoetryChahayavad. 6. Hazari Prasad Divedi. Roti Aur Sansad 11. Contribution of Mahavir Prasad Divedi towards the development of Hindi Prose 4.Ashad Ka Ek Din Ramchandra Shukla-Shraddha Aur Bhakti. Paush ki Raat. Muktibodh. Contribution of Sanskrit in Linguistic Studies (b) Sanskrit Grammar. Chitra Mudgal. 5. first 25 dohas Prasad -Kamayani (Shraddha and Ira Sarga) Nirala -Saroj Smriti. Samakalin Kavita and Ghazal. Rasapriya(Stories) Manu Bhandari . 8. Muktibodh . Dushyant Kumar. (i) Indo European family of languages (ii) Phonetic Laws-Grimm’s Law. first 15 padas Bihari -Ritikavya Sanghra ed. Bhool Galati SECTION-B 1. Ramchandra Sukla. Ravindra ke Mahaprasthan Par Agyeya-Asadhya Vina. Lakshmi Narayan Lal The development of Hindi Theatre Paper – II : CRITICISM 1. Mohan Rakesh and Krishna Sobti DRAMA 1. Idgah (Stories) Prasad . first 25 padas Surdas . Dhumil-Mochiram. Mukti Marg. 2.Andher Nagri Mohan Rakesh . Collitz’s Law (iii) Phonetic Tendencies (iv) Development of Sanskrit. Viklanga Shraddha ka Dor 10. 9. Bharatendu . Jago Phir Ek Bar Mahadevi Varma . first 25 padas Tulsidas-Vinay Patrika-Geeta Press. 3. 10. Mohan Rakesh. This paper will test the critical and analytical aptitude of the candidates) SECTION-A 1. 3. ADHUNIK KALA 1. Grassmann’s Law. Renu. 4. Nagarjun. Development of Hindi Prose and contribution of Bhartendu Mondal 3.115 Aksasukta-10. Badey Ghar ki Beti. Sarveshvar Dayal Saxsena -Tumhare Sath Rah Kar. Nirala. Krodha Premchand-Godan (Novel). Bhishma Sahani.Dhruswamini Phanishwar Nath Renu . AND THEATRE Development of Hindi Drama and Stage Prominent Dramatists-Bhartendu.D.

Bhavabhuti.Fundamental ideas of orthodox systems of Indian Philosophy (iv) Technical . Sudraka. I-144) (iv) Isavasyopanisad Paper – II : ENGLISH : Paper – I : In Section A. John Milton-'Lycidas'.'Ode to the Westwind' . Andrew Marvell-'To His Coy Mistress'. SECTION-A Critical analysis/response to an unseen passage in prose/verse SECTION-B 1. candidates will have to write an essay. -'Tithonus' 12.Edward II 3. John Osborne-Look Back in Anger 5. Alfred Prufrock'. Thomas Hardy-The Mayor of Caster bridge 4. Jane Austen. John Donne. Samuel Beckett-Waiting for Godot 6. -'The Lotus Eaters'.-'Ode on Intimations of Immortality'. Architecture.-Macbeth -As You Like It 2. -' Ozymandias' 10. -'Burnt Norton' 3. -'Sailing to Byzantium'. Sylvia Plath Page 7 of 54 . Mary Shelley-Frankenstein Paper – II : In Section A. Mathematics (b) Texts (Meant for general acquaintance and not for minute study) (i) Kalidasa’s Abhijnanasakuntalam and Bhavabhuti’s Uttararamacaritam (ii) Kalidasa’s Kumarasambhavam (Canto I . Upanisad.Ramayana. -' Death be not proud'. -'The Good Morrow' 4. Yeats-'Easter 1916'.Devisukta-10. Medicine.V ) (iii) Manusamhita (Ch. Bhasa. Mark Twain-The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 5. Elizabeth Barrett Browning-' How do I love thee!' SECTION-C 1. SECTION-A : An essay on a literary topic SECTION-B 1. W. Texts for detailed study in Sections B and C are given below.-'Ode to a Nightingale' -'Ode on a Grecian Urn' 11.Chandas.H. (iii) Philosophical . my love'. Asvaghosa.Samhita.B. W. Charles Dickens-Great Expectations 3. -'Lay your sleeping head. Visakhadatta. -'The Garden' 5. Emily Bronte-Wuthering Heights 6. Alexander Pope .Pride and Prejudice 2. Alfred Tennyson-'Ulysses'. Brahmana. Mahabharata. -'Dejection: an Ode' 9. Christopher Marlowe . Robert Browning-'The Last Ride Together' 13.Yeats'. Percy Bysshe Shelley. Bhotti. William Shakespeare.'Canonization'. Book I 6. Vedanga (ii) Classical.V ) and Bharavi’s Kiratarjuniyam (Canto I . T. Banabhatta. Auden-'In Memory ofW. -'The Journey of the Magi'. B. Bharavi. John Keats. -'The Shield of Achilles' 4. Aranyaka.The Rape of the Lock 7. Arthasastra. VII Sl. Kalidasa. Samuel Taylor Coleridge -'Kubla Khan'. -'Leda and the Swan' 2.125 (d) (i) Translation from Sanskrit into English Or (ii) Translation from English into Sanskrit (e) Paragraph in Sanskrit (a) History of Vedic and Classical Sanskrit Literature:(i) Vedic. William Wordsworth.. -'Tintern Abbey' 8.. Dandi. candidates will have to respond critically to an Unseen Passage. Eliot-'The Love Song of J. Texts for detailed study in Sections B and C are given below. Magha. S. -Paradise Lost.

D.C. A) PALI LINGUISTICS : Unit 1 – Concepts of Linguistics. Pali as M. I & II M.Buddher Dharma o Darshan Bela Bhattcharya. Ref. -'My Country' Kamala Das -' An Introduction' SECTION-C 1. Winternitz—History of Indian Literature Vol. J.On the Chronicles of Ceylon P. Unit 2 . II Biswanath Banerjee-Pali-o-Prakrit Sahityer Itihas Dipak Kumar Barua-An Analytical Study of the Four Nikāyas Binayendra Nath Chowdhury-Bauddha Sahityer Itihās Vidhusekhar Sastri – Pali Prakash B) Ref. Nibbāna. 8. Itthipaccaya.Facets of Early Buddhism Bela Bhattcharya . Majjhima pațipadā. Unit 3 – Short notes on Phonetic Tendencies. Anicca. Anattā. Paccaya-Kita & Taddhita..C. Amitava Ghosh-The Shadow Lines 4. Hazra – Pali Language and Literature Vol. I-II M.I & II Ref. Unit 2 – Concept of Homeland of Pali.C Law .'A Room of One's Own' PALI : Paper – I : Answers to Question on Group-B and D must be written in Pali language either in Bengali or Roman Script.H.A. Pali & Sanskrit. Malalasekera-Pali literature of Ceylon M. Paper – II : Answers to Questions must be attempted in Pali or in Bengali or English unless otherwise directed. Features of Pali.Karaka Vibhakti.Pali to English (unseen passages from prose) with grammatical notes on any two words. Winternitz – History of Indian literature-Vol. PTS. Unit 3 – Conjugation. Thomas – Life of Buddha Rhys Davids – Buddhist India Sukomal Chowdhuri-Mahamanab Buddha Sukomal Chowdhuri . Unit 2 . C) TRANSLATIONS : Unit 1 – Pali to English (unseen passages from poetry) with grammatical notes on any two words. II Binayendra Nath Chowdhury-:Bauddha Sahityer Itihas B. Languages and Phonetic Laws. Pațiccasamuppāda. Chinua Achebe-Things Fall Apart 5. Paccekabuddha. Unit 3 – English to Pali. Books : Rabi Basu – A Critical Study on Milindapanha B. A) Vinayapitaka. Sammāsambuddha.7. James Joyce -A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man 6. Books B. Rabindranath Tagore . Kammavāda. Bode-Pali literature of Burma Bela Bhattacharya-Thupavamsa W. B) PALI GRAMMAR : Unit 1 – Sandhi. Ariya ațțhaņgikamagga. D) ESSAY IN PALI consisting of 200 words on any one of the following topics: Gotama Buddha. Law – History of Pali Literature Vol. Make Sentences. Bodhisatta. Tilakkhaņa. Cattāri ariyasaccāni. Dhamma – Vinaya. Declension. Raja Rao-Kanthapura 3. unless otherwise directed.History of Pali Literature .I. Suttapitaka & Abhidhammapitaka. -'Mirror'.'Crisis in Civilization' 7. Pali & Prakrits. Books : E. L. . Samasa. Virginia Woolf . The remaining questions must be attempted in Pali or in Bengali or English.Buddhist Women Saints of India Page 8 of 54 C) . Tipițaka. Lawrence-The Rainbow 2. Geiger – Pali Language and Literature K. Dukkha. Law. Dukkhanirodhagāminīpațipadā.'Nick and the Candlestick' Henry Louis Vivian Derozio-'To India My Native Land'.

Prose & Poetry. French Grammar. Tālaputa. Persian influence on Indian languages). (b) Texts (meant for general acquaintance and not for minute study) : (1) Shahnama of Firdausi. Old Persian. (4) Diwan-i-Hafiz. Karanīya Mettāsutta.Yamaka. (3) Sirat-Ibn-i-Hisham. evolution of Persian language. Pali Selection. (d) Translation from English into Arabic.Early Monastic Buddhism Anukul Chandra Banerjee-Buddhism in India and Abroad Anukul Chandra Banerjee -Buddha-o-Bauddhadharma (D) Nalinaksa for Pali texts Ref. Avestan language.vipassanaresearchinstitute. Pali (Hon. Development of poetic formsqasida. (e) Persian rhetoric and prosody. (2) Sab’a Mu’allaqa. Modern prose. (Answer must be written in Urdu) Section – A 1.Buddhist Culture in India CRITICAL STUDY OF SELECTED PALI TEXTS UNIT-I POETRY TEXTS (E) DHAMMAPADA – Yamakavagga. Rûpaka. Pali Selection. Texts (meant for general acquaintance and not for minute study) : (1) Prose-Ronsard : Deveres choisies (Classique Larosusse) – 2 volumes. Sibi Jātaka. :Aryavamsa Mahasthabir – Subodhalamkara Heramba Nath Chatterjee Sastri-Comparative Study of Pali & Sanskrit Alamkar Binayendra Nath Chowdhury-Pali Alamkara B. Development of Urdu Language :a) Development of Indo-Aryan i) Old Indo-Aryan ii) Middle Indo Aryan iii) New Indo Aryan Page 9 of 54 PERSIAN : Paper – I : Paper – II : FRENCH : Paper – I : Paper – II : URDU : Paper – I : . ethical. Singālovāda Sutta. Contributions of eminent poets and writers. Texts. Subha Jivakāmbaānikā.A. (2) Chahar Maqala of Nizami Aruzi. biographical.Development of Buddhism in Uttarpradesh Joshi . Calcutta University Publication ARABIC : Paper – I : Paper – II : (a) Arabic linguistics. Indo-Persian literature). ethical. Cittavagga. (a) History of Persian literature (Origin of Persian poetry. Calcutta University Publication B. Survey of prose-works-historical.VUTTODAYA .A. Marriage of Visākhā. Dasaratha Jātaka Ref. (4) Muqaddama-Ibn-i-Khaldun. (a) History of Arabic literature. Maggavagga. Drama-Moliers : L’Avare. mystical. Milindapanha-Bahirakatha. Upamā. Ref. History of French Literature. etc. Padhāna Sutta. Khaggāvisanasutta. (d) Translation from English into Persian. Vyatireka. Pierre Loti. (b) Texts (meant for general acquaintance and not for minute study) : (1) Diwan-Ibn-ul-Fariz.Samavutta Chanda UNIT-II .Spread of Buddhism and Buddhist Schools Dutt & Vajpai . Modern poetry.Manikuntala Haldar (De) – Bauddha Dharmer Itihas Nalinaksa Dutt . (5) Masnavi of Jalaluddin Rumi. (2) Poetry-Ronsard : Poesies choisies (Classique Larosusse)-2 volumes. Vatthugatha. Kûtadanta Sutta. (e) Arabic rhetoric and prosody. romantic.: B. Calcutta University Publication (F) CRITICAL STUDY OF CHANDA AND ALAMKÃRA UNIT-I . (c) Translation from Persian into English. Corneilles : La Cid. etc. philosophical. masnavi. (6) Naldaman of Fayzi. Calcutta University Publication Prose & Poetry M. mystical.) Selection. ghazal. Ariyapariyesana Sutta. Modern Persian. How women were admitted to the Sangha.: www. Translation from English into French. Iranian dialects. (a) Persian linguistics (Persian and Indo-European family of languages. Mahāparinibbāna Sutta. Early poets.A Pali Selection (for Chanda). Buddhavagga SUTTANIPATA – Pabbajjā Sutta. Literary progress in different periods of Iranian history. Annihilation of the Sākiyas. La roman d’um enfant.Buddhist Sects in India Nalinaksa Dutt . Middle Persian or Pahlavi. Aryan or Indo_Iranian branch. Kisāgotmī UNIT-II PROSE TEXTS Dhammacakkapavattana Sutta.. Musset : Poesies nouvelles. Appamādavagga. THERAGATHA Kaccyana. (b) Persian grammar. Growth of poetic themes or trendsepic. (b) Arabic grammar. Pārāyanavagga.SUBODHÃLANKÃRA . Silava THERAGATHA Ambapālī. (c) Translation from Arabic into English.A. etc. Translation from French into English. (3) Qasaid-iKhaqani.

its significant linguistic feature. .Mir Anis . 4. 3.Intekhab-e-wali compiled by Nurul HasanHashmi – (First five Ghazals) ii) Mir :.Mir Anis ii) Kis Sher ki Amad hai Ke Run Kanp Raha hai .Pervez Shahedi . (first five Ghazals) Nasir Kazmi :. Genres and their development :Poetry :i. a) Ghazal :i) Wali :. Masnavi. Marsia. d) Fort William College and its contribution to Urdu Literature. Ghazal. Section – B 1.Josh Malihabadi i. Hussain Azad Asadullah Khan Ghalib Maulana abul Kalam Azad Page 10 of 54 . Khenche Huwe Sar Ko Kahan jata hai ii. 2.Mirza Dabir Nazm. i) Jab Badban-e-Kashti Shahe Umam Gira . Significant features of a) i) Lucknow School ii) Delhi School b) i) ii) :- .Mir Hasan Marsia.Ek Fitna hai Naqeson Mein Kamil hona iii.Barg-e-Ne ( first five Ghazals) Shaharyar :.Akhtarul Iman . Qasida. Masnavi : Sahrul Bayan . Bagho Bahar Abe Hayat (Dibacha) Ood-e-Hindi Ghubar-e. Maghrabi Hindi Aur Uski Mukhtalif Boliyan & Haryanvi ii) Theories about the origin of Urdu Language c) Daccani Urdu origin and Development. A.b) Western Hindi and its dialects :i) Brij Bhasha.Faiz Ahmed Faiz .Diwane-Ghalib ( First five Ghazals) Faiz Ahmed Faiz :.Firaq Gorakhpuri Sir Sayed Movement Progressive Movement Paper – II : iii) Modernism Answer must be written in Urdu (This paper will require first hand reading of the texts prescribed and will be designed to test the candidates critical ability) Section – A 1.Naqsh-e-Faryadi.Aa Ae Mani-e-Kayenat Mujh Mein Aaja 2.Khatir Mir Aman Dehalvi Md. Nazm and Rubai.Sauda.Intekhab-e-Mir compiled by Maulvi Abdul Haq – ( First five Ghazals) iii) Ghalib :.Hijr ke Mausam ( First five Ghazals) Qasida : Dar Tazhik-e-Rozgar . Banjara Nama – Nazir Akbarabadi Masjide Qartaba – Iqbal Tanhai Ek Ladka Taslise Hayat Rubai.

(b) 1400 – 1616 A. Shelley. black gram. Rilke. (ii) Western (c) Bangla Sahitya : 1 (Baishnab Padabali theke Bankimchandra) (d) Bangla Sahitya : 2 (Rabindranath o Uttorkaal) (e) Bengali Literature in Translation (f) Indian Literature other than Bengali in Translation Western Literature (a) 800 – 1400 A. iii. Verlaine. Lamartine. 6. oil seeds (mustard. forest products. Eliot. 10. (c) 1616 – 1749 A. Ayub Abbasi. Laforgue. (including representative writings of Whitman. pulses (green gram. Spencer. Mayakovsky. Agroforestry-Definition of forest. sunflower). (f) 1910 to the Present times (including representative writings of Yeats. Weeds. Petrarch. 8. Soil. Marquez and lonesco).D.5. (including representative writings of Villon. para. scope and limitations. ii. Scott. process and factors of soil formation. berseem. covering literary and imaginative topics). Eluard. role of nutrients on plants. Soilfertility problems of soil and their reclamation. weather forecasting including modern methods. linseed. lbsen.D. Rene. AGRICULTURE : Paper – I : Agro-ecological factors.plant growth and distribution. Lucerne. napier. Tristan and representative writings of Troubadour Minnesang. Vigny. Tahzib. 9. dessimination and control. Godan Lajwanti Toba Tek Singh Maqualate sir syed (Ta’asub. mesta). scope of various types of forest . dinanath grass). (including representative writings of Goethe. (including representative writings of Moliere. Heine. Aqbal. Wordsworth.definition. Baudelaire. Tolstoy. Hervert. ricebean. sunhemp. Asghar Gondavi) Safaid Khoon Munshi Prem Chand Rajindra Singh Bedi Sa’adat Hassan Manto Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Rasheed Ahmed Siddiqui Agha Hashr Kashmiri Section – B Literary criticism and its development with reference to :i. sesamum. maize). Mukhtar Ahmed Ansari. (e) 1832 – 1910 A. Keats. integrated nutrient management and Page 11 of 54 . rural forest. objectives. oat. characteristics. Rasm-o-Rewaj ki Pabandi Ke Nuqsanat. Muqaddama sher-o-shaeri Tanquidi Nazaryat Urdu Tanquid Per Ek Nazar Adab aur zindagi Tanquidi Afkar Altaf Hussain Hali Ehtasham Hussain Kalimuddin Ahmed Majnu Gorakhpuri Shamsur Rahman Farooqui Section – C Essay writing (Compulsory. Kafka. Precision farming. cowpea.Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographic Information system (GIS). Voltaire and Paper – II : (d) 1749 – 1832 A. Rableis.D. Cropping pattern and cropping system-distribution. Conservation. Racine. Defoe). COMPARATIVE LITERATURE : Paper – I : (a) Theories of Literature : Dates terms and Concepts. Montaigne and Shakespeare). Hugo and Musset). 7. Ronsard.definition. Role of climate and weather of crop production. fibre crops (Jute. Swift. Package and practices of cereals (rice. Maupassant and Chekhov). types and impact on high yielding varieties. Md. (b) Literature of the Ancient World. Machiavelli. lentil and peas). iv. wheat. v. urban forest. Dante. Neruda. Nutrition. Boccaccio and Chaucer). Balzac. farm forestry. red gram. (including Song of Ronald. Khushamad) Ganjhaye Giramaya (Maulana Md. Distribution of crops according to region. Aforestation. (i) Indian. Frost. sugarcane and forage crops (Sorghum. ground nut. Greenhouse effect and global warming.essential elements. Coleridge.D. Schiller. Ali forest. soil properties and soil conservation.

Conservation of fodder through hay and silage making and their use in livestock feeding. Formulation of ration and feeding of sheep.function and crop insurance.1 stuff. Dryland farming . lactating and dry animals). Castration. physiological functions and deficiency symptoms. Housing systems.5 cow.public distribution system. digestible crude protein. photoperiodism.definition.scope. ANIMAL NUTRITION Livestock Feeds : Common feeds and fodder and their classification. Agro-economics . 2. Principles of plant physiology. Metabolisable Energy. marking of animals. Mode of reproduction. plantation and spices. LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT 2.7 Computation of Ration: Balanced ration. 1. Commercial farming. Seed production. Supply of greens throughout the year.2 Energy Nutrition : Energy sources. antioxidants. Energy requirement for maintenance. Farm management . Application of principles of plant breeding. flowers. Measures of food energy and their application such as Gross Energy. History of plant breeding. pregnant. enzymes. Digestible Energy. Crop genetic resources conservation and utilization. 2. Mutation breeding. features and designs. Molecular markers.5 Feed Additives: Role of probiotics. pregnancy and lactation in milk producing livestock. Use of NPN in ruminants. Disbudding. Management of calves. 1. Proximate analysis of feed ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND VETERINARY SCIENCE : Paper – I : 1. Exotic breeds experienced in India.2 Farm Animal Practices : Dentition and ageing of animals. growth. Agril-extension . Drug administration.1 Breeds : Various indigenous breeds of livestock including poultry. testing. pig and poultry. Breeding methods.biofertilizers. absorption. Sheep and Goat Farming : Homestead farming vs. farm budgeting and farm operations. 2. Improvement of poor quality roughages. mould inhibitors and methane inhibitors. Factors affecting quality and quantity of milk. photosynthesis and respiration (definition. Organic Livestock Production. Vices of animals.importance and role. Role and scope of Information Technology in Indian Agriculture. plant growth substances (definition. Formulation of ration and feeding of dairy cattle and buffaloes during different phases of growth and production (young. storage with special references to cold storage and wirehouse. Protected cultivation of horticultural crops. factors affecting and significance). Paper – II : Crop improvement. vegetables. Origin. bypass protein. lactating and dry animals. their sources and deficiency symptoms. Role of KVK in technology transfer. law of heredity. quarantine. pregnant. Feed and fodder requirements of individual animal. their sources. buffers. IPM.Cell structure and functions. Scarcity fodder.goat. medicinal and aromatic crops.principles. Rainwater harvesting. Role of vitamins. chromosome structure and aberrations. prospects and problems.6 Storage & Conservation of Feeds and Fodders: Storage of feed ingredients. Techniques for establishment and management. Disinfection and disposal of carcasses. DNA finger printing and genetically modified crops. certification and storage. antibiotics.4 Fodder Production : Importance of grasslands and fodders in livestock production. Layout and design of different buildings for dairy animals. pregnancy and lactation in milk producing livestock. 1. prebiotics. Livelihood management through agriculture (Self Help Group in agriculture). Scope for export of agricultural products. plantation & spices.3 Dairy Farming : Opportunities in dairy farming. Pests and diseases of commercially important fruit. classification and role). translocation. process. growth. Distribution. Landscaping. Dairying under mixed and as specialized farming. Protein requirements for maintenance. Recycling of animal wastes and washings for fodder production. 1. Dipping. Net Energy.4 Mineral and Vitamin Nutrition : Major and trace minerals.water use efficiency in relation to crops production. Goat as poor man’s Page 12 of 54 . Protein efficiency ratio. Marketing . polyploidy.somatic hybridization. Antinutritional and toxic factors present in livestock feed and fodder.3 Protein Nutrition: Biological value of protein. 1. farm planning. 2. Heterosis. medicinal and aromatic crops. Methods of milking and precautions. Grooming. flowers. pricing.its channels. methods of evaluation of extension programme. Postharvest technology. heifer. Criteria for scheduling irrigation. Food and nutrient security. Isolation. selfing and crossing techniques. Total Digestible Nutrients. their prevention and care. Growth and development. 2. vegetables. 1. distribution and breed descriptor of important breeds.Stress-physiology. 1. importance and characteristics. bulls and bullocks. Methods and systems of irrigation. marketing intelligence. Cultivation practices of major commercial fruits. Water use efficiency and dryland farming.

Channa. PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY VETERINARY ANATOMY Osteology.1 Concept of Sociology : Man and animal relationship. Backyard poultry farming. Linkage and crossing over. Slaughtering techniques. Paper – II : 1. Gene and genotype frequency. Grading of eggs. Composition and nutritive value of milk. Factors causing infertility in males. 3. Pasteurized. Expression of genes. toned.1 Principles of Genetics : Mitosis and Meiosis. Methods adopted to educate farmers under rural condition. Releasing and tropic hormones of reproduction.3 Poultry products Technology : Composition and nutritive value of poultry meat and eggs. Preparation of cultured milk such as yoghurt. Transgenesis. genetic and phenotypic correlations and environmental interaction. family. Anatomy of fowl : Parts of female reproductive tracts of fowl and their role in egg formation. out breeding. Cytoplasmic inheritance.6 Poultry Production : Economic Importance of commercial poultry farming. doubled toned. its transfer and feedback. composition and nutritive value of eggs.1 Hormone in reproduction : Hormones related to reproduction. Hygienic method of handling meat and meat products. homogenized. progeny testing. Anoestrus and repeat breeding. standardized. Skull and vertebral bones of ox/buffaloes. Eye and ear. Ghee. Physico-chemical properties of milk Quality testing of raw milk. 3. Butter. Khoa. 4. chromosomal aberrations. slaughter and dressing. objective and concept. physical properties and structure of long bones. Neurology and asthesiology : Basic structural organization of nervous system (CNS. control of secretion and negative feed back mechanism of hormonal regulation. cross breeding. packaging. 5. Animal Husbandry Programmes for rural development. Deep freezing of semen. Designer egg. Sex linked.2 Andrology : Puberty. LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS TECHNOLOGY 5. 5. stunning. Heritability. recombined and flavoured milk. ANIMAL GENETICS AND BREEDING 3. packaging. DNA as a genetic material. canning. Association and Institution. detection of oestrus and time of insemination for optimal conception. Physical and chemical characteristics of meat. ANS). Management of broilers. ANIMAL REPRODUCTION 4. 5. Components of semen. Organs of digestive system. Method of meat preservation such as curing. PNS. abdominal and pelvic cavity. 3. pedigree. Society. Splanchology : Gross morphology and topography of visceral organs of thoracic.Ante mortem care and management of food animals. repeatability. Cheese. Community.2 Meat and meat products : Meat industry of India. mechanism of action. generation of technology. deviation to Mendelian genetics. storing. Pelvic gardles. Social groups.Inbreeding. reconstituted.1 Milk and milk products : Milk industry in India. Silent heat. 6. Management of buffaloes in summer for better conception. Mendelian inheritance. 5. HardyWeinberg Law and its application. genetic code and protein synthesis.3 Animal Breeding : Basis of selection such as individual. Methods of breeding . Processing.3 Gynaecology : Symptoms of heat. 6. joints and muscle.4 Milk and meat hygiene : Clean milk production. arthrology and myology: Classification. sexual maturity and libido.2 Principles of Extension : Basic philosophy. Lassi and Srikhand. Dahi. 4. layers and breeder flock. Various milk products such as Cream. its types and function.2 Population Genetics : Quantitative and qualitative traits.2. and sex limited characters. Gene and its structure. Page 13 of 54 . irradiation. EXTENSION EDUCATION 6. distribution and marketing of milk. physical and chemical properties of semen. (i) VETERINARY ANATOMY. Structure. Sire index. Adulteration of milk and its detection. Recombinant DNA technology. sex influenced. Study of skeleton of Pectoral. Incubation and hatching. Preservation of semen and artification insemination. Crossing of inbred lines for commercial production. upgrading. Brooding management. Legal standards of milk. evaporated and dried milk. Condensed. Meat inspection. 4. Methods of Selection. Inbreeding and methods of estimating inbreeding coefficient.

Toxicity due to insecticides. disorders. hypomagnesemia of domestic animals. Surgical intervention : Diagnosis and surgical intervention in fracture. Rabies. FMD. symptoms. Hog Cholera. enzymes. Transmission of infections. Physiology of Milk Production : Hormonal control of mammary growth.(ii) PHYSIOLOGY Blood : Constituents of blood. Role and function of Committee for the Purpose of Controlling and Supervising Experiments in Animals (CPCSEA). Herd health Management : Herd immunity. lactogenesis and galactopoiesis. Circulatory System : Haemodynamics of circulation. Toxic plants. Biochemical tests for assessing liver and kidney function. ketosis. sweat glands and their function. micotoxins and their ameliorative measures. heavy metals. Occupational zoonotic diseases. symptoms. treatment and control of important metabolic diseases such as milk fever. toxaemia. BQ. Zoonoses : Socio-economic importance of zoonotic diseases. 5. facioliasis. diarrhoea. WILD / ZOO / LAB ANIMAL HEALTH CARE Method of handling and restrant of Wild animals. Biochemistry of blood and body fluids. Pathology: Pathogenesis and Pathognomic lesions in important microbial diseases of livestock. drug interaction. Biopharmaceuticals and gene therapy Antimicrobials. Trypanosomiasis etc. antifungal and principles of chemotherapy in microbial infections. 2. Page 14 of 54 . Conservation of wild life. PPR. bloat. castration and Caesarian section. protozoal and viral diseases of domestic livestock and poultry. IBD. Letting down and holding up of milk. Babesiosis. shock. (iii) BIOCHEMISTRY Biochemistry of carbohydrate. Adverse drug reaction. National and international regulations on livestock diseases. hemorrhagic. Cardiac Cycle. physiology of heart function. Concept of drug and receptor. Regulation of acid-base balance. organo phosphates. Brucellosis. coronary circulation and ECG. 3. Animal Welfare Board of India. co-enzymes. lipids. osmotic regulation. Excretion : Structure and function of nephron. ruminotomy. pregnancy toxaemia. anticoagulants. protein. BASIC VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY. Parasitology: Morphology and pathogenesis of important helminthic and protozoal diseases in livestock like ascariasis. Role of animals in transmission of zoonotic diseases. Environmental Physiology : Climate change. climatological variables and their importance in animal ecology and behaviour. formation of urine. co-factors and their role in metabolism. Goat Pox. Toxicology : Fundamentals and scope of toxicology. PATHOLOGY AND PARASITOLOGY Microbiology: Marphology and classification. disease free zones. ANIMAL DISEASES: Infectious diseases : Etiology. blood pressure and hypertension. choking. Common offences against animals. Production/metabolic diseases : Etiology. Coccidiosis etc. hyperthermia. Neural control of respiration and hypoxia. 6. sterilization and disinfactants. HS. Effect of environmental stress on health and production. Management and feeding practice and housing of Wild. hypothermia. RD. Trypanosomiasis. PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY Pharmacology : Principles of drug activity such as pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. electrolyte and Respiration: Mechanism of respiration. 4. regulation of cardiac output. blood cell formation. Examination of living and dead animals in criminal cases. Vaccination and deworming schedule of livestock and poultry. Transport and exchange of gases in lungs and tissues. cultivation and identification of microbes related to animal diseases. non-metals. dehydration and snake bite. coagulation of blood. septicaemia. chemotherapeutics and chemoprophylaxis for herd health. VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH AND EPIDEMIOLOGY Epidemiology : Principles and applications of epidemiological measures in the study of diseases and their control. hernia. such as Anthrax. Does response relationship. haemoglobin synthesis. Animal Welfare and Jurisprudence : Role of veterinarian in animal welfare. Zoo and Laboratory animals. Systemic states and diseases : Fever. diagnosis and control of important bacterial. impaction.

5 2. head shape).6 2. Satellite DNA.5 Application of human genetics – consanguinity.3 Concept of Human Genome : nuclear genome. 3. 3. DNA fingerprinting. Brief outline of the growth of anthropology. gene. Rh). PGM. genetic load.ANTHROPOLOGY : Paper – I : 1. cell division. Human evolution and emergence of Man : (a) Biological and Cultural factors in human evolution. Page 15 of 54 . allele. Australoid. Primate classification (general). Y-chromosome STR. Variable Number of Tandem Repeat(s) (VNTRs). Polymorphic (genetic marker) – blood group (ABO. stages of growth – Pre-natal. Linguistic Anthropology.1 Human variation : Concept of Race.3 Neutral theory of molecular evolution. inbreeding. Negroid. pelvic girdle. Human Growth and Nutrition : Concept of human growth. Adolescent. point mutation). Hb.4 Characteristics of primates. Short Tandem Repeat(s) (STRs) protein synthesis. Chromosome and chromosomal aberrations in man (Numerical and structural aberrations.1 Introducing anthropology: Meaning and scope of anthropology. 5. Homo habilis Homo erectus (Java Man. sex-chromosomal. characteristics and phylogenetic status : (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) 3.2 Biological basis of inheritance: DNA structure and replication. Geological time scale with special reference to Pleistocene epoch. 4. 2. Biological Anthropology. eye) metric (stature. nutritional. Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (RFLP). dermatoglyphics.2 2. mtDNA. Old World Monkey. racism. Major branches of anthropology: Main branches of Anthropology. Features and distribution of New World Monkey. Concept of ethnic groups – Mongoloid. Colonialism and anthropology. personal identification. 2. sex influenced. Twin-study. 1. Distribution.1 Social-cultural Anthropology. 5. 2. Caucasoid. 3. Human evolution and Hominization process : Theories of organic evolution. paternity identification.2 2. (b) Theories of Organic Evolution (Pre-Darwinian. (skull. 2.3 4.4 5. 5. Grimaldi. vertebral column. Population genetics.3 Methodology of growth study. – autosomal. 4. Enlightenment. HP.1 Concept of Human physique and somatotype. polygenic. socioeconomic. Asian and African Apes. (c) Synthetic theory of evolution. multifactorial.2 Factors affecting the growth and development – genetic. 4. mitochondrial genome. Cytogenetics. Tabun Man Anatomically Modern Homo sapiens – Cromagnon.4 Patterns of inheritance determination. Archaeological Anthropology. their scope and relevance : (a) (b) (c) (d) 1. Australopithecus afarensis. Chancelade Human Genetics : Methods – Mendelism. 3.2 Basis of variation – Morphological (hair. Brief outline of terms and concepts of evolutionary biology.1 Parapithecus Dryopithecus. genetic counselling. hind limb). Darwinian and Post-Darwinian). Concept of evolutionary biology: Skeletal changes. sex 3. Peking Man) Archaic Homo sapiens Neanderthal Man – La-chapelle-Aux-Saints. 4. forensic anthropology. environmental.7 Theories of human origin. Sivapithecus Australopithecus africanus. Post-natal.

Power. Types. social sanction. Concept of Health and disease : 6. Enculturation. 13. Acculturation. 12. Features and distribution of prehistoric cultures with reference to India and Europe : (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 9.2 10. authority. Preferential and prescribed forms of marriage. functions. Concepts of Band.2 Anthropometry and its uses in understanding human adaptation (BMI and CI). 12. Types.2 8. Cultural lag. Physiological variable (blood pressure.3 Production. 9.1 10. recent changes.4 12. cold and high altitude. Site survey. kin term classification. Re-distribution). Nutrition Deficiency related diseases. World view. Exploration. Elements of social organization : Family – Definition.2 Concept (brief outline): Social structure. Structuralism.4 13.3 11. Institution. functions. Symbolism and Interpretative Approach. Page 16 of 54 . Nutrition – concept of Macro and Micro nutrients and Deficiency. 10.2 13. 7. Distribution (Reciprocity. 8. (Malaria and Type-2 diabetes respectively). Types of kinship systems. Post-structuralism and Post-modernism – Hermeneutics and Phenomenological Anthropology.2 Marriage – Definition. Chiefdom and State. Rules of residence. Incest regulation. 11.Definition of kinship system. 6. 11. social control. Excavation. Group. Horticulture and Settled 12. Marriage payments (dowry and bride wealth). Diffusion. Tribe. Human adaptation : 7. 8. Pastoralism. law. 12. Gift exchange. Social organization. recent changes.1 Rules of Descent and alliance. Diffusionism. Market exchange.1 Concept of Communicable and Non-Communicable diseases.1 8. Importance. Symbol.1 Culture and civilization : Definition and features of culture and civilization.2 7. ways of subsistence – Hunting-gathering. Political anthropology : Definition and approach. 11. Anthropological approaches to the study of civilization. Theories and concept of culture and society : 9.3 8. 11.3 Peasant. Body composition (fat patterning).3 Kinship . Cultural relativism. Bergman’s and Allen’s Rules. Paleolithic Mesolithic Neolithic Chalcolithic Iron Age. 10. Gender. Descent groups. Community.6. pulse rate). Application of GIS Concept of Dating: Absolute (C14. governance. Economic Anthropology : Concept and approaches.4 Cultural evolution : Tool typology and technology of tool manufacturing. K-Ar) Relative (Dendrochronology and Stratigraphy). Consumption. Functionalism.1 Concept of Human adaptation and acclimatization – hot.1 Brief outline of Anthropological Theories: Evolutionism.2 Major Agriculture.1 13.

Concept of culture ecology. functional. 14.C. divination. Majumdar. Paper – II : 1. Theories/approaches.3 15. 1. Chalcolithic.C.3 17. 16. mode). taboo. Legal anthropology and Human Rights.2 History and Development of Anthropology in India : Colonialism and Anthropology in India.4 15. mass media. PRA and RRA. sorcery.) 2. schedule. Concepts: Status. S. D. witch-doctor. totem. 14. 18. economy and polity. Bose. ethnography. decline. 2.K.2 Ethnicity – Definition.C. Phases of development and major trends of Anthropology in India. N.1 16.1 1.3 2. T.2 Indus Valley Civilization (origin. 1. Ecological anthropology : Definition. Srinivas. social mobility.1 Evolution of Indian culture and civilization : Prehistoric cultures: Palaeolithic. questionnaire. Anthropology of religion : Definition of religion. 14. Messianic. concept of ethnic boundary. Contribution of Indian scholars : S. Sarkar. Anthropology of gender. standard deviation. magic.2 17. Sinha and S.5 14.2 15. Social solidarity. Types of socio-political movements (Revitalization. standard error. features with special reference to architectural. functions of religion. Emerging fields of social-cultural anthropology : Development anthropology – Definition and scope. priest.Approaches of study. socio-economic and religious. regional and Ethnic). 18. Das. 18. 2. M.1 17. interview. distribution.5 Vedic society (early and late): Society. age-set/age-grade. 2. Indus script.N.S. psychological. Mesolithic.Roy. development.4 Political movement . case study.1 14. rituals.3 Concepts: Myth.1 15.4 16. Iron age. chi-square test.3 Application of statistical principles – Descriptive statistics – central tendency (mean. interpretative).1 Religious specialists – shaman. Contribution of tribal cultures to Indian civilization.13. role. Neolithic. popular culture. 17.2 17. Anthropology of communication – visual anthropology. Social stratification : Definition and features. genealogy. globalization. fieldwork. Testing of hypothesis: t-test. witchcraft. Ethnoarchaeology in India with special reference to mortuary practices and megalithic burials. Basic methods of data collection and interpretation : Qualitative and quantitative approaches. scope and approaches/methods of ecological anthropology.2 Basic methods/techniques of data collection – observation (special reference participant observation). median. symbolism in religion.3 Idea of Indian tradition of Anthropology.4 2. 13. Approaches to the study of religion (intellectual. Types – Caste and class.4 18. Page 17 of 54 . 15.N.

S. Classification of Indian population: H. 5. Guha and S. Indian National Movement and Indian tribes.3 Linguistic elements in Indian population (Grierson and S. Islam. Universalization-Parochialization. forest policy. children. OBC. 8. 9. folkart with special reference to West Bengal). HP.2 6. anthropometry and genetic markers (ABO. 8. Concepts developed through village studies in India. Impact of modern democratic institutions on traditional political system. 9.1 Emergence of man in India and contemporary variation : Fossil remains in India: Ramapithecus. Dynamics of demography in rural.3 Plan and programmes for the development of the STs. Migration and effects of migration. 5.2 Tribal situation in India : Ethnic strains in Indian population. Impact of Buddhism. functions and change in caste system.2 5. Jajmani system. 5th and 6th Schedules. 4. Jainism.Redfield. Economic and linguistic distribution of Indian Major problems of Indian tribes with special reference to issues of land and forest. Sarkar. Mortality. 9. 6. Emergence of Ethnicity. development projects on tribal people.4 7. Narmada man. Purushartha. 8. programmes of development. 4. Tribe and Nation-State. Page 18 of 54 .Chatterjee). Geographical. Changes in tribal society in colonial and post-Independent periods. Christianity on Indian society.S. social organization of Indian village (agricultural). B. Karma and Rebirth. folksong. folklore and identity.1 6. N. 4. ST. issues of women development.5 Idea of folk and folk culture.1 Concepts of SC. Risley. Contemporary classification based on morphology.2 Structure and features of Indian population. industrialization. minority. Santal movement. 8.3 4.2 3. sustainable development. Factors influencing fertility and mortality. folkloric elements in Indian culture (proverbs. Issues of Identity. Weaker sections : 7.3 6.5 Socio-economic changes in tribal millieu – Impact of urbanization. 8. 5. constitutional provisions.K. Regionalism. Dominant Caste.3.2 Role of NGO in development.6 6. Demographic Profile of India : Demography: concept. 8. performances.1 tribes. alternative to development. 7. Anthropological approaches to Indian civilization : Cultural categories of ancient India :Varnashram. Anthropology of development: of development.K. mtDNA). aged – status. theories and methods. Structure of Indian civilization: Theoretical understanding (R. 3.1 3. problems.6 Tribal movement (Nature and distribution). Changes in rural society in post-Independent India. Aspects of Indian village : Development of village study in India and its significance. State Formation and Sacred Complex. 8. 5.3 5. urban and tribal contexts. Types of village.Bose).1 5. Hb. Tribe-peasant & Tribe-caste continuum. women.4 Concepts for understanding Indian civilization: Sanskritization. features. problems/critique of tribal development.2 Linguistic minority and its problems.H.1 Critique.4 Constitutional safeguards for STs. Caste system – origin. approaches. five year plans and Indian tribes – a review. cultural factors displacement and rehabitation. Jharkhand movement. Rates and Ratios : Fertility.

Williumsonia oldhamia and Page 19 of 54 .9.Distinguishing features of Archaea and Bacteria.3 10. Diatom: Cell structure. Anamorphic fungi and parasexuality. Geological time scale with dominant plant groups through ages. Cryptogams: ALGAE: General account. Role of anthropology in development. criteria and example). Cult. Pinus. Importance of fossil study. Biofertilizer. Religions pluralism in India. Host – Parasite Interaction. Forensic palynology. Life cycle patterns. Palynology: Pollen aperture types. Vitamin (Riboflavin). Reproduction . medical anthropology and ethno medicine. Fungal Biotechnology: Mushroom. Pollen wall. structure and function. Antibiotic( Griseofulvin). Ultrastructure of cell. Lytic cycle (T4 phage) and Lysogenic cycle (Lambda phage).. Mycorrhiza: Role in Agriculture & Forestry. Epidemic. Pharmaceuticals (Cyclosporin-A). Endospore – formation. Plant Pathology: Terms and Definitions: Disease concept. Homothallism and heterothallism. Traditional Knowledge.Aeropalynology . Brown Spot of Rice and Citrus Canker. Bacterial genome and plasmid. Symptoms. Etiology and causal complex. Phycocolloid (Agar-agar. Sexual reproduction and degeneration of sex. Algin. Visual image and Indian society. 10. Bacteria . Plant Disease Management. Significance of lysogeny. Phytoalexin.2 Social-cultural dimensions of health: Bio-medical. Flagella (ultrastructure) and Pilli. Resistance. Cell division. Heterospory and Origin of Seed habit. Biodiesel. Algal toxins. One step growth curve. FUNGI & LICHEN: General Account: Hyphal forms. Pandemic and Sporadic diseases. Disease cycle and Control measures. Pathotoxin (Definition. polycyclic and polyetic) with special reference to Late Blight of Potato. Diatomite. Telome concept and its significance in the origin of different groups of Pteridophytes.Palaeopalynology. Palaeobotany & Palynology: Plant Fossil: Types. Emerging issues in Indian Anthropology: 10. Phanerogams: GYMNOSPERMS : Progymnosperms: Phylogenetic importance. NPC classification (Erdtman). Fungal sources and uses of Mycoprotein. Cheese and Ethanol. Enzyme (Cellulase). Geological distribution and Evolutionary significance. Causal organism. Endemic. Lyginopteris. Viroids and Prions.Physicochemical characteristics and Multiplication.3 Issues in context: Sect. Economic and ecological importance. Lichen : Types. Melissopalynology.types . BOTANY : Paper – I : Microbiology: Plant virus. Fossil Pteridophytes: Structural features. Nomenclature and Reconstruction.Industrial production (brief outline). Different modes of preservation.Symptoms. Transduction & Conjugation) Application in Medicine and Industry. Violence. Principles of mass cultivation of microalgae. Auxospore formation in Centrales and Pennales. β-carotene. health and education.TMV. Importance: Role of bryophytes in Plant succession and Pollution Monitoring. Public Culture in India. Applied Palynology:. Amino acid (Tryptophan). Disease cycle (monocyclic. Fossil gymnosperms: Structural features of Cycas. Civil Society. Economic importance as food. Algal Biotechnology – potential of microalgae for SCP. Evolution of Sporophytes (Progressive and Regressive concept). Mycotoxins with emphasis on aflatoxin. medicine and Agriculture. Refugee. Fungal spore forms and mode of liberation. BRYPOPHYTES : General Account and Origin of Alternation of Generations (Homologous and Antithetic theory).Sporopollenin. Genetic Recombination (Transformation. Disease triangle. PTERIDOPHYTES: General Account: Colonisation and rise of early land plants. Stratification and Ornamentation (sculpturing).1 Human Rights and advocacy of anthropology in the contexts of women. wall – chemical structure and differences between Gram +ve & Gram –ve bacteria. Economic Importance: Food. children. Carrageenan). 10.

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY: Chemical structure and nature of the nucleic acids. Ecology: Habitat and Niche. molecular cloning. Brief idea on Phenetics. Genetics.forms. Ecological succession –Primary and secondary. Consolidation . PLANT BREEDING: Objective of plant breeding. Monophyletic. Golgi bodies. Organisation of shoot apex (Tunica–Corpus) and Root apex (Korper-Kappe). application of R DNA technology and its social ethics).taxomony . aestivation. Classification. Megasporogenesis. Probability. Stamen. Nomenclature: Herbaria and Botanical Gardens – their role. Conservation of Biodiversity (In-situ & Ex-situ). hybridization. Central tendency– Arithmetic Mean. Resins.structure and forms.test. basic of recombinant DNA technology (restriction enzymes. overlapping genes. Identification. Dichotomous keys – indented and bracketed. Age & Area hypothesis and Epibiotic theory. Adaptive anatomical features of Hydrophytes and Xerophytes. protein synthesis in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Plesiomorphy and apomorphy. MORPHOLOGY OF ANGIOSPERMS: Inflorescence types with examples. Test of significance: ‘t’. nucleosome model of chromosome. Boerhaavia and Bignonia. Taxonomy and its phases Pioneer. concept of gene. Mechanical tissues and the Pinciples governing their distribution in plants. Anatomy: Ultrastructure and chemical composition of cell wall. point mutation. Postfertilization changes. Molecular Breeding (use of DNA markers in plant breeding). Placentationtypes. oncogenes. split genes. vectors. Solanaceae and Malvaceae. concept of linkage and crossing over. Molecular Breeding (use of DNA markers in plant breeding). Concept of RNA world. Measurement of dispersion – Standard Deviation. Measurement of gene frequency (HardyPage 20 of 54 .Characteristics and diversity.types. Data sources in Taxonomy: Supportive evidences from: Phytochemistry. Ovule . Essential oils. Orchidaceae. Brassicaceae.Geological distribution of reconstructed genera.and omega. cytoplasmic inheritance and basic population genetics. Mode and Median. Frequency distribution. Seral stages (with reference to Hydrosere). Ontogeny of Trachea and Sievetube. TAXONOMY OF ANGIOSPERMS: Components of Systematics: Nomenclature. polyploidy. Phenetics. Biosystematic and Encyclopaedic . Phytoremediation. Economic Importance of fossils with reference to Wood. Heterosis and hybrid seed production. Biometry & Evolution Biology: GENETICS: Mendelian principles (Mendel’s monohybrid and dihybrid experiments and laws). translocation and inversion). autogenic and allogenic succession. alpha. Ecotone and edge–effect. Cladistics. Plant Breeding. structure of a typical chromosome. Embryology: Pre-fertilisation changes: Microsporogenesis and Microgametogenesis. central dogma. Stomata: Types. ribosome. Stele: Stelar types & evolution/ Secondary growth with special reference to the abnormal growth in Dracaena. Embryogenesis and Development of Endosperm. Plant Geography: Phytogeographical regions. Maintenance of germplasm. Community ecology: Community. chi square test for goodness of fit. Mass selection and pure line selection. methods of plant breeding (selection. Polyembryony. BIOMETRY: Random sampling. multiple alleles. Standard error of Mean. replication of DNA. Paper – II : Cell & Molecular Biology CELL BIOLOGY: Cell and its types (prokaryotic and eukaryotic). Cytology and Anatomy. concept and causes of heterosis). Cell cycle. mitochondria. duplication. genetic code. chromosomal aberrations (deletion. Systematic position of Economically important plants (parts and uses) with special reference to the families Poaceae. sex-linked inheritance. Fruit .types with examples. Fabaceae. important Indian Herbaria and Botanical Gardens. structure and functions of the major cell organelles (nucleus. microbodies). Apospory and Apogamy. methods of propagation in relation to breeding methods. Maintenance of germplasm. significance of cell division. Flower: Corolla. Heterosis and hybrid seed production. and Drugs. Carrying capacity. Endemism in Indian flora with special emphasis on Sunderban and Eastern Himalayas. endoplasmic reticulum. Apomixis. Diagnostic features. concept of genomic DNA and cDNA. cell division (mitosis and meiosis). Endemic types and Factors. polyphyletic and paraphyletic groups. Plant indicators (metallophytes). chloroplast. Numerical taxonomy. Endemism.

Ipecac. Cyclic and noncyclic electron transport. biomolecules: general structure. enzymes. Fisher’s and Koshland’s models). Biochemistry as the molecular logic of living organisms. basic concept of nif and nod genes. Phytochrome. activation of free energy.Weinberg equilibrium). Photoperiodism and plant types. Crassulacean acid metabolism. Photorespiration. Stress Physiology. Physiology and Biochemistry: Plant-water relations. concept of resonance and resonance energy. Lamarckism. confocal and electron microscopy. apoenzyme. VSEPR theory. Physiology of Senescence and Ageing. hydrogen atom wave functions. introduction to BLAST series. Darwinism and mutation theories of de Vries. Blotting (Southern. RT-PCR. PCR. Redox diagram (Latimer and Frost diagrams) of common elements and their applications. Page 21 of 54 . 3. Northern and Western) and ELISA. Transgenic plants. Covalent bond and its general characteristics: polarities of bonds in molecules and their dipole moments. nomenclature and classification of enzymes according to IUBMB. cofactor. Principles and applications of simple. Photochemical reaction centres. literature databases (searching and downloading). Henderson-Hasselbalch equation. Atomic Structure: Group A Bohr theory of hydrogen atom. Pharmacognosy : Pharmacognosy and its importance in modern medicine . photophosphorylation. compound. the major compounds of living beings. EVOLUTION BIOLOGY: Concept of biological evolution. buffers and basic bioenergetics. p and d-orbitals. CHEMISTRY : Paper – I : 1. Nitrogen Metabolism (symbiotic and non-symbiotic). introduction and overview of biological databases. Valence bond theory. lipids and nucleic acids. pH. lattice energy. Respiration. bonding in H2+. Organic Translocation Photosynthesis. proteins. 2. Gibberellin. NO. reversible and irreversible enzyme inhibition. colorimetry. abzymes and isozymes. bond order. Schrodinger wave equation. Oxidative pentose phosphate pathway and its significance. pH. Drug evaluation Secondary metabolites. structure and function of di-nitrogenase complex. ionization of water. Overview of Bioinformatics. shapes of s. precipitation and pH on redox potentials. quantum numbers. nature of biological data. buffer solution. Adhatoda and Curcuma longa. solubility product and salt hydrolysis. Vernalisation. principles of enzyme action. nucleic acid sequence databases. Plant Biotechnology & Instrumentation: Plant tissue culture and Micropropagation. Feasibility of a redox titration. Born-Haber cycle. Chemical Bonding: Ionic bond: characteristics of ionic compounds. Ethylene and Abscisic Acid). and CN-. mechanism of enzyme action (concept of active site of an enzyme. redox indicators. shapes of molecule. TCA cycle. morphological and anatomical). Protein sequence databases. Crude drugs. Photosynthetic efficiency of C3 and C4 plants and crop productivity.EMP pathway. ETS and oxidative phosphorylation. Calvin cycle – Biochemical reactions and stoichiometry. molecular orbital theory (LCAO method). CO. ETS of di-nitrogenase. properties. Gel Electrophoresis. visible and UV-visible spectrophotometry. Z-scheme. chemical structure and properties of water molecule. allosteric enzyme regulation and covalently modulated enzyme regulation. formal potential. classification and metabolic importance of carbohydrates. HF. Stomatal physiology-mechanism of opening and closing. basic concept of ribozymes. enzyme kinetics (Michaelis-Menten equation and Lineweaver-Burk plot). redox potential at the equivalence point. deferential centrifugation. Nernst equation (without derivation). coenzyme and prosthetic group). Water splitting mechanism. Cytokinin. titration curve and the concept of preparation of any buffer solution. H2. bond strength and bond length. Acid-Base & Redox Reactions Theory of acids and bases. Interpretation of wave function. comparison of valence bond and molecular orbital theories. He2+ to Ne2. Plant Growth Regulators (Auxin. axioms of living organisms. basic structure (holoenzyme. particle in a one-dimensional box. Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle. ß-oxidation of fatty acids and significance. GenBank. geological. Concept of biological clock and biorhythm. Plant Genetic Engineering: Brief concept of different gene transfer methods. Disproportionation and comproportionation reactions (typical examples). evidence of organic evolution (taxonomic. Mosley’s experiment. Interrelationship of basic metabolic pathways with secondary metabolite biosynthesis with special reference to Cinchona. Influence of complex formation. Seed dormancy.

7. 8. covalent radii. d-block elements. carbenes. Laplace equation. Addition Reactions: Electrophillic addition to C=C and CºC. conjugated olefins and carbonyls. Study of Mechanisms General methods (both kinetic and non-kinetic) of study of mechanism of organic reactions: isotopic method. Gaseous State and Transport Phenomenon Maxwell distribution of molecular speeds. Surface tension and surface energy. Group-B 5. energy of activation. oxidation states. Phosphazenes and inter-halogens. oxides of s. semiconductors. entropy change in various processes. electron affinity and electronegativity (Pauling. intermolecular collisions. ionic radii (Pauling univalent). annulene. reversibility and irreversibility. azulene. pyrolytic syn elimination – Chugaev and Cope eliminations. collisions on wall and effusion. orientation in E2 reactions-Saytzeff and Hoffmann.C 9. stability and reactions of carbonium ions and carbanions free radicals. variation in atomic and ionic radii. thermodynamic equation of state. naphthalene. E2 and E1cb mechanisms. wetting and contact angle. thermodynamic control and kinetic control of reactions. (SN)x. designation of crystal planes. Definitions and interrelations among Kp. intermediate trapping. Favorskii. 10. J-T effect and inversion temperature. sydnones. SN2 and SNi mechanisms. stoichiometric and non-stoichiometric defects. group trends and periodic trends in physical properties.4. Van’t Hoff equation. Second law of thermodynamics.block elements. Poiseuille equation. Chemical Periodicity: Periodic table. ionization energies. temperature dependence. tropolones. close packing. KCl. heat and internal energy. Electrophilic and nucleophilic substitution. 11. Reactive intermediates: Generation geometry.ratio rules. neighbouring group participation. Kc and Kx . Beckmann. Organic Reaction Types Substitution Reactions: SN1. benzynes and nitrenes. entropy as a state function. Sclaisen. X-ray diffraction by crystals. Synthesis and reactions of heteroaromatic compounds (pyrrole. cross-over experiment. halides. Mulliken and AllredRochow scales) and factors influencing these properties. furan. screening effect. Liquid State Viscosity. radius. Slater’s rules. Nernst heat theorem. Bragg’s law. Structure and bonding of B2H6. Hoffmann. fulvenes. Effective nuclear charge. Solid State Crystal systems. 6. electronic configuration. volume and pressure dependence of thermodynamic functions. thermal conductivity and viscosity of hard sphere gases. Thermodynamics Work. Group . van der Waals equation of state. C=N. benzene. Comparative studies of hydrides. stereochemistry. Miller indices. temperature. criteria for equilibrium. Rearrangements: Pinacol-pinacolone. relation between equilibrium constant and thermodynamic quantities. Le Chatelier principle. magnetic and spectral properties. critical phenomena and liquefaction of gases. Page 22 of 54 . Aromaticity Aromaticity and anti-aromaticity. Baeyer-Villiger.and p. Fries. calculation of some limiting radius-ratio values. free energy functions. Maxwell’s relations. inter-molecular interactions. first law of thermodynamics. thiophene. Elimination Reactions: E1. pyridine). interfacial tension and capillary action. Stevens and Wagner-Meerwein rearrangements. impurity defects. structures of NaCl. Cope. atomic radii. lattice structure and unit cell. Ionization potential. nucleophilic addition to C=O.

consecutive and chain reactions. hemerythrin. Chemical Kinetics Differential and integral rate equation for zeroth. kinetics of substitution reactions in square-planer complexes. n-p* and p-p* transitions. electron-transport proteins: cytochromes and ferrodoxins. Coordination Chemistry . their determination. application of theories in the explanation of magnetism and electronic spectra of metal complexes. myoglobin. structure and reactivity of metal carbonyls. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (1H NMR): Basic principle. determination of surface area. selection rule. chelate effect and polynuclear complexes. phase diagram for a pure substance. determination of bond energy. Jablonsky diagram. IUPAC nomenclature of coordination compounds. Group-A Coordination Chemistry . -alkyne and cyclopentadienyl complexes. Paper – II : 1. trans effect and its theories.E. first. collision theory and transition state theory.12. rate equations involving reverse. Laws of photochemistry. Franck-Condon principle. 6.T. charge-transfer spectra. Surface phenomena. synthesis. effect of temperature and pressure on rate constant. Bio-Inorganic Chemistry Metal ion in biological systems and their role in ion transport across the membranes (molecular mechanism). Phase-equilibria and solutions Gibbs phase rule and its significance. Partial molar quantities. oxygen-transport proteins: hemoglobin. Rotational spectra of diatomic molecules: Rigid rotator model. Complexes with aromatic systems. valence bond theory. application to conjugated double bonds and conjugated carbonyls . fluxional molecules and their characterization.I Bonding theories of metal complexes. phase-equilibria in binary systems. base peak metastable peak. adsorption isotherms. Number and weight average molecular weight. partially miscible liquids.II Isomerism in coordination compounds. chemical shift and spin-spin interaction and coupling constants. photo-stationary state. parallel. determination of bond length. 8. Mass Spectrometry: Parent peak. Kinetics of polymerization. branching chain and explosion. Photochemistry and spectroscopy : Fluorescence & phosphorescence.Woodward–Fieser rules. Group . Organic Spectroscopy: Principle and applications in structure elucidation: Infra-red: typical functional group identification UV-vis: Singlet and triplet states. Lambert-Beer law. Vibrational spectroscopy of diatomic molecules: SHO model. excess thermodynamic functions. crystal field theory and its modifications. Organometallic Chemistry EAN rule. thermodynamic and kinetic stability of complexes. Clapeyron equation. Raoult’s and Henry’s law. carbonyl hydrides and metal nitrosyl compounds. quantum yield. selection rule. Clausius – Clapeyron equation. 2. McLafferty rearrangement. upper and lower critical solution temperatures. coordinative unsaturation. structure and bonding in metal-olefin. characteristics and mechanism of reactions on heterogeneous catalysts.B 5. second and fractional order reactions. their significance. 4. compounds with metal-metal bonds and metal atom clusters. 7. 3. photosensitized reaction. Page 23 of 54 . catalysis and polymers Adsorption from gases and solutions on solid adsorbents: Langmuir and B. oxidative addition reactions. stereochemistry of complexes with 4 and 6 coordination numbers. carboxylate anions. insertion reactions. properties of dilute solutions. synthesis.

elastic modulus. electrocyclic reactions. design of flexure members : Beams – rolled section and plated beam. doubly reinforced beam. Application of Limit state method : Design of tension and compression member. shear force and bending moment diagrams of determinate beams. cycloaddition reactions. chromate. Slope deflection & Moment distribution method. identification and classification of soils. Patterno-Buchi. lead tetraacetate. Reduction. Application of displacement method to truss. beam & frame structure. catalytic hydrogenation. metal hydrides. Introduction of plastic analysis. catalysis. CIVIL ENGINEERING : Paper – I : Strength of Materials : Stress-strain. Weight-volume relationship. Organometalic. singlet and triplet state. Representation of molecules in three dimension configuration (R and S) of chiral carbon. enantiomeric excess. Pericyclic reaction. alkene metathesis. Design of steel structures : Concept of design by working stress method and Limit state method. Design of connection : Bolted and welded. chair-boat in cyclohexane. Design of column for axial and eccentric loads. palladium-catalyzed Wilkinson catalyst. epoxidation. Seepage. Aldol. Effective pressure. Pore water pressure. Stobbe. isolated footing. Quick sand condition. Photochemical generation of radicals. Knoevenagel. Cram’s rule.Group – C 9. Page 24 of 54 . Saw-horse and Newman projection. Diemann. enantioselective and diastereoselective synthesis. column for axial and eccentric loads. resolution of optically active compounds. Organic Synthetic methods Condensation reactions. Application of limit state method to design of singly reinforced rectangular. Optical activity. allylic oxidation. Prelog’s rule for configuration determination. Permeability – laboratory and field tests. dihydroxylation. sigmatropic rearrangements. relative density. Geotechnical Engineering : Type of soils. Acyloin Oxidation. Structural Analysis : Application of Area moment theorem & Conjugate beam method. Water in soils. gauche-butane interaction. Chirality and stereoselectivity Chirality: asymmetric carbon. Perkin.Mohr–Coulomb failure criteria. periodate. T and L beams. Configuration and conformation Fischer. Pericyclic and photochemical reactions coupling reaction and allylic substitution. 11. Grain size distribution. 12. Index properties – Attergb’s limit. 10. pole. priority rule. Conformation of acyclic and alicyclic molecules. Norrish Type I and Type II. Claisen. Photochemical reaction. deflection of beams by different methods. Design of concrete structures : Concept of working stress method and limit state method. Determination of shear strength parameters – laboratory and field tests. Castigliano’s theorems I & II. permanganate. Shear strength . conservation of orbital symmetry. Introduction of Matrix method of analysis : force and displacement method. dissolving metal reduction. axial and planar chirality.

Soil stabilization – Compaction. setting tank. Traffic surveys and their application in traffic planning. Forfeiture & Re-issue of Shares. principles of design of rigid gravity & earth dams including statistical analysis. wet scrubber. Determination of earth pressure. Determination of Leq. rotary signals. Basic elements of Remote sensing and photogrammetry Transportation Engineering : Principles of Highway Planning. Superelevation. Laboratory test. combined. Geometric design – Cross section. Determination of coefficient of Consolidation. locating ground features. Flood-flow estimation. Principle of Chlorination and softening. bricks and mortars. Plane table survey. depth and number of exploratory borings. Different types of back fill. grid and raft foundations. Methods of linear measurement. Highway drainage system. Paper – II : Construction: Materials. strip. Braced excavation. radial flow into a well under confined and unconfined conditions.Compressibility and consolidation – normally consolidated and over consolidated soils. Uses of Total Station. sedimentation and filtration. Shallow Foundations – Estimation of bearing capacity and settlement. Water requirements of crops. Standard penetration test. Design of intersection. Design of separate and combined sewer. Selection of stations. Settlement Computation. design of lined and unlined canal. Pavement structure and Materials – Subgrade soil. control measures – ventury. compression and swelling indices. Adjustment of dumpy level. COD estimation. Plotting compass traverse. Chaining tape corrections including sag corrections. Nondestructive tests – Rebound Hammer. Computations of angles from bearings. Field tests. design. Seismic refraction method. stone. confined and unconfined aquifers. stabilization pond. Cost optimization and resource allocation. material. COMMERCE & ACCOUNTANCY : Paper – I : Financial Accounting: Accounting as a Financial Information System. Electrostatic precipitator. Population estimate. Principles. Use of prismatic compass. Waste water : Types and characteristics. Quality assurance principles. Surveying : Chain surveying. activated sludge process. Errors in plane tabling. Negative skin friction. Construction activities schedules. Bituminus work and cement concrete roads. Solid waste : Composting and land fill methods Air Pollution : Types. Environmental Engineering : Water Demand. Deep foundations – Types of piles. Basic Concepts & Conventions. Testing of piles. Functional classification of road. Pavement design – flexible and Rigid by IRC and other methods. coefficient of permeability. Cyclone. Introduction and method. Determination of pile capacity. Wastewater treatment: Grit chamber. Horizontal and Vertical curve. organization for construction industry. Redemption of Preference Shares & Page 25 of 54 . Chain and Compass traversing. aggregates & bitumen. Water quality : Physical. CPM & PERT analysis: their use in construction monitoring. Static cone penetration test. Base materials. Construction method of WBM. Accounting Standards. Ground Water: Specific yield. type of aquifers. BOD. Countering and interpretation of contour maps. Standard traffic signs and marking. Types of footing – Isolated. Chemical and bacteriological. Camber. River training : Objectives and methods. Highway alignment. field methods and uses of admixtures. Effect of ground water table. sources and effects. Stress-strain behaviour of reinforcing steels. Water Resources Engineering : Concept of storm and unit hydrograph. Rainfall-frequency distribution and analysis. Final Accounts of Profit-seeking and Non-profit seeking organisations. Types of dam. Theodolite Surveying and Traversing. Reciprocal leveling and profile leveling. Network analysis. Allowable bearing pressure. Ultrasonic Pulse velocity tests. suitability and uses. Corporate Accounting: Issue. Methods of boring & sampling. Compass survey. flocculation. Earth pressure theories – Rankine and Coulomb. Instruments for Chaining. storage coefficient. Planning & Management : Physical Properties of Cement and cement concrete. Leveling. Sheet piles. Canals : rectangular and trapezoidal. aquitards. Stability of retaining walls. Chain triangulation. Sub base. Water treatment principle and design of coagulation. Noise Pollution : Equivalent noise level. Plotting of chain survey. Measurement of bearing. Soil exploration – Spacing.

UTI. free consent. Promotion and Incorporation of Companies. COMPUTER SCIENCE : Paper – I : Algorithms and Problem solving : Number systems and Arithmetic : Theory of Counting : Graphs and Algorithms : Boolean Algebra : Models of Computer Machines : Numerical Algorithms : Operations Research : Circuit and Network Theory : Basic Electronics : Instruments : Digital Logic and Systems : Data Communication : Data Structure. Company Meeting. modern concepts of organisation theory. complaints. 1986 – Rights of consumers. iii) Companies Act. Preparation of Consolidated Balance Sheet. components (instruments. iv) Industrial Disputes Act. 1872 – Offer & Acceptance. 1956 – Types of companies. organisation structure. Accounting Ratios. Standard Costing. capacity of parties. Funds flow & Cash Flow Statement. Taxation: a) Income Tax – Definitions. Leadership – theories and styles. determination of turn over and tax payable.Nature. 1947 . recent trends of Indian money market Capital Market – primary and secondary market. Organisation Behaviour – Nature and Concept of Organisation. Motivation – concept & theories. Reconstruction of Companies. Employee Cost and Overhead. Consumer Theory ii. Commercial Banks and other Financial Institutions(LICI. NABARD) Money Market – structure of Indian money market. Indian Financial System – Role of finance in an economy. Quality of Work Life – meaning and impact. Job costing. incidence and levy of tax. Activity-based costing. Elements of Cost. Monopoly. definition of consumer. State Commission and National Commission. Paper – II : ECONOMICS : Paper – I : 1. features. role of RBI. Company Final Accounts. structure of Indian financial system. composition and jurisdiction of District Forum. Buy-back of Shares. Oligopoly iv. b) i) ii) Paper – II : Indirect Tax WB VAT Act. Cost & Management Accounting: Cost Concepts. and settlement of industrial disputes. dividend and depreciation. SIDBI. Prospectus. 2. unfair trade practices. markets. internal control and internal audit. exemption and exclusion. registration of dealer. determination of tax payable. discount houses. workers’ participation in management and collective bargaining. functionaries of stock-exchanges. discharge of contracts. Winding up. Marginal Costing – CVP Analysis & Decision Making.Debentures. call money market. Loader and Linker : Compiler : Graphics and Multimedia. concept of DMAT. void & voidable agreements. Directors. 4. Audit of Bank. short run and long run costs iii. General Equilibrium and Welfare (optimality of perfect competition) v. Causes. 2003: Basic concepts. Market Structure-Perfect competition. Process costing. 3. manufacturer. Insurance and NGOs. Operating System : System Analysis and Design : Object oriented Programming. Business Laws i) Indian Contract Act.returns to scale. company audit – divisible profit. 5. Residential Status & Incidence of Tax of Individual. Marginal Productivity Theory of Distribution Page 26 of 54 . Computation of Total Income of an individual (various heads of income and deduction from Gross Total Income). Consideration. registration of dealer. role of financial intermediaries. Monopolistic Competition. Microeconomic Theory Macroeconomic Theory International Trade Theory Public Finance Statistics and Econometrics Microeconomic Theory i. Terms & Classification of Costs. Budgetary Control. Production and cost. Central Sales Tax. etc. Accounting for Material. Memorandum and Articles of Association. 1. Auditing – Auditing procedures and techniques. role of SEBI. SFCs. Set off & Carry Forward.). ii) Consumer Protection Act. Audit Report. 1956: Definition. Computer Architecture and Organization : Micro Processor : Computer Networks : Database Management : Assembler.

Inference 5. Endogenous Growth. National Income Accounting ii. Intra-industry trade iii. Solow Model. Economy in the long run. Classical — Ricardo.2. Current and Capital Account in Balance of Payments. subsidy and transfers Public debt and its burden 3. Agriculture—Green Revolution Industry—Role of Public Sector Post-Liberalisation Changing role of Planning (from centralised to indicative. Open economy macroeconomics — Mundell-Fleming model Public a. economy in the short run. International Trade Theory i.Ohlin ii. e. 2. decentralised planning. Sampling Theory 4. Development (a) Process of development Lewis Model Harris Todaro Model Demographic change and occupational transformation (b) Trade and Development Trade as an engine of growth (c) Planning vs. The Indian Economy (a) Pre-independence Land system Commercialisation of agriculture Deindustrialisation Drain Theory Development of Indian Railways (b) Post-independence Planning models and experience till Seventh Plan Change in composition of national income—Agriculture. Imperfect competition and trade . 4. Statistics & Econometrics 1. Econometrics—Classical Linear Regression Model 1. Fiscal and Monetary policy using IS-LM. Industry & Services. b. Market Model of Development Poverty and Inequality (d) Capability and Human Development including issues of Gender (e) Environment and development 2. 5. VAT.) Salient features of NEP Progress in Reforms—1st and 2nd generation Reforms Role of WTO & IMF Monetary and Fiscal Policies Poverty and inequality (c) participatory and Page 27 of 54 . Growth Theory—Harrod-Domar Model. Finance Theory of externality and market failure Public Goods and Role of the Public Sector Budget — Different concepts Tax—indirect and direct. Development The Indian Economy (a) Pre-independence period (b) Post-independence pre-liberalisation period (c) Post-liberalisation period (d) The West Bengal Economy Paper – II : 1. Measures of Central Tendency & Dispersion 2. c. Theory of Probability 3. d. Macroeconomic Theory i. Quota iv. Trade Policy—Tariff. Fixed and Flexible exchange rate systems v. Neoclassical – Hecksher.

Function generators and wave-shaping circuits.MOS. Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction. network graphs. Poles & Zeroes. Balanced 3-phase circuits. Analog & Digital Electronics : Characteristics and equivalent circuits (large and small-signal) of Diode. minimization of Boolean functions. operational. Semiconductor memories. FPGA). Field Theory : Electric Field : Gauss’s Integral Law. Brief economic history of the colonial period. vi. Combinational circuits : Arithmetic circuits. Signals & Systems : Representation of continuous-time and discrete-time signals & systems. Sinusoidal steady state analysis. Sample and hold circuits. differential. Sequential circuits : latches and flip-flops. Logic implementation using MUX / DMUX and programmable devices (ROM. Electric Polarisation and its relation to the Permittivity of Di-electric media. counters and shift-registers. PLA. JFET and MOSFET.(d) The West Bengal Economy-A historical perspective i. Transient analysis : RL. Distributed Parameter circuits. Energy in Magnetic Field. Magnetic Field : Ampere’s Law and Biot-Savart’s Law. iii. Energy stored in Electric Field. Amplifiers : Single and multi-stage. Force due to Magnetic Field.CMOS). ii. education. iv. Circuit analysis methods : nodal analysis/mesh analysis. Fourier Transform. Active Filters. Boolean algebra. OPAMP circuits. multivibrators. logic gates. Wave propagation in bounded media. analysis of discrete time signals by DFT and FFT. KVL. resonant circuits and applications. Coupled circuits and applications. clamping and rectifiers. Electric Dipole Fields. Reflection and Refraction of Plane Waves. Diode circuits : Clipping. code converters. Evolution of Land and Tenancy Reforms (1950-1980) and its economic consequence Changing composition of SDP Social development indicators-health. environment West Bengal: in relation to other major States of India. Digital IC families (TTL. Economic & demographic consequences of Partition. BJT. Analysis of signals & systems by Laplace Transform and Z-Transform. ADCs and DACs. Boundary Conditions. Gauss’s Law in differential form. Sampling and Reconstruction of Signals. Self & Mutual Inductance. KCL. Page 28 of 54 . multi plexers and decoders. timers. Sinusoidal oscillators : transistor and OPAMP configurations. Comparators. basic network theorems and applications. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING : Paper – I : Electrical Circuits and Network : Circuit components. Biasing and bias stability of BJT. v. Two-port networks. feed-back and power. Maxwell’s equations. RC and RLC circuits. Poisson’s and Laplace Equations in different co-ordinates.

Address/Data and Control lines. capacitance and frequency. characteristic and principles of operation. starting. PI. power-factor.Measurement and Instrumentation : Error analysis. State-variable representation and analysis of control systems. strain-gauge. Memory interfacing. static VAR system. Programmable Peripheral devices. transistor. Transducers : Thermocouple. performance analysis. Transformers : principles of operation. Linear power supplies and SMPS. root loci. permanent magnet motors. triac. Data acquisition systems. principles of active and reactive power transfer. Bridge converters: fully-controlled and half-controlled. swing equation. control of voltage. brushless DC motors. load flow analysis. p and T models of lines. Q-meter. 3-phase transformers. CRO. Microprocessors and Microcontrollers : Microprocessor architecture. tie-line control. Paper – II : Electrical Machines : Principles of electromechanical energy conversion : Torque and emf in rotating machines. use of transducers in measurements of non-electrical quantities. I/O interfacing. basic concepts of HVDC transmission and Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS). piezo-electric crystal. power. DC machines : characteristics and performance analysis. Special machines : Stepper motors. block-diagram representation. efficiency. 3-phase induction machines and synchronous machines : characteristics. regulation. AC series motors. Use of CT and PT. Power Systems and Protection : Construction and parameters of overhead lines and underground cables. principles and applications of feed-back. active and reactive power. thermistor. PID controllers. Nyquist’s criterion. Bode plots. Control System : Elements of control systems. GTO and Power MOSFET – static Diode rectifiers. energy. Basic concepts of speed control of dc and ac motor drives. Design of lead-lag compensators. Internal Registers. inductance. Timing Diagram. LTI systems : time-domain and transform-domain analysis. equal area criterion. frequency control. Microcontrollers and Embedded Processors – its architecture. open-loop & closed-loop systems. resistance. economic operation. Principles of discrete-control system. Electronic measuring instruments : multimeter. per unit representation. starting and speed control of motors. Line compensation. measurement of current. single-phase induction motors. bridge measurement. speed control and braking. Concept of power system stability : rotor angle stability and voltage stability. voltage. RTD. LVDT. digital voltmeter. Power Electronics & Electric Drives : Semi-conductor power devices : diode. phase control rectifiers. analysis of symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults. Page 29 of 54 . thyristor. Interrupt mechanism (hardware/software). Proportional. triggering circuits. analysis. Principles of choppers and inverters. Stability : Routh Hurwitz criterion. frequency counter.

glacial. aeolian. Pacific Page 30 of 54 . ASK. differential and distance protection.nature. Fundamental concepts in geomorphology. Pulse Amplitude modulation and digital communication : PAM. Photometry. Power Spectral Density and Autocorrelation. Electrical Utilisation & Illumination Engineering : Electric heating. Tropical and Extratropical cyclones. Laws of Illumination. Bottom topography of ocean basins: Indian. coastal and karst processes. Delta.basic principles and application. Analog modulation Techniques : AM. Trewartha). discharge and solid-state types. and plate tectonics. Introduction to energy control centre : SCADA and RTUs. Jet Streams and Monsoons. Dielectric Heating . calculation of voltage drop. Analog & Digital Communication : Signals and Spectra: properties of Signals and Noise. Structure of earth's interior. General circulation of winds.A : PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY) Geomorphology Nature and composition of earth's crust. Climatic classification .types and effects. features and applications. Random Signals. Resistance. PSK. Theories of isostasy. distribution and permanency of Continents and Ocean Basins. Difference between electronic and magnetic ballast. Radiometric and Photometric quantities. Thorntwaite.principles and application(Koppen. Climatology Atmosphere . composition and structure.Power system protection : principles of overcurrent. FM and PM. continental drift. Wind & Bio-energy and other renewable sources. Energy Conservation & Storage.weathering and masswasting. General indoor lighting design by Lumen method. Arc & Induction Furnaces . Distribution system : radial and ringmain systems. Basic theory of small Hydropower. busbars and generators. Global climatic changes. Pollution from energy sources. Solar (thermal and photovoltaic). Condensation and Precipitation. Luminaire – its functions. their efficacies. restriking voltage. Energy Sources : Present Electrical Power Scenario of West Bengal & India (Generation & Utilisation). Circuit breaker : principles of current interruption and arc quenching. C/I ratio. MSK. Performance of communication systems corrupted by Noise : signal-to-noise ratio. different types of circuit breakers. Elements and factors of weather and climate. Energy Management and Audit. Magnetic choke and glow starter operation in TL circuit. Lamps : incandescent. Airmass and fronts. Landforms due to fluvial. Thunderstorm and tornado. Random Process. Gradational processes .cyclic and non-cyclic models. Insolation and Heat-budget. GEOGRAPHY : Paper – I : PRINCIPLES OF GEOGRAPHY (GROUP . Global hydrological cycle. Origin. Main components of Thermal and Hydel Power Plant. transformers. making capacity and breaking capacity.principles & application. protection of lines. Evolution of landscape . Oceanography Origin of continents and ocean basins. FSK. Earth movements .

assimilation and integration. Residential areas .nature.A: GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA Physical Geography Location and space relationship with neighboring countries.size and shape. Population Geography Factors and measures of population growth. Planning regions .basic principles and types. and functionality. Paper – II : REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY GROUP . trophic structure. scale and map projection. Cylindrical and Conventional projections (all normal case). mitigation and global efforts. functions. Remote Sensing nature and principles. Economic models . and ecological crisis. State as a planning unit and micro-level planning with special reference to India.landuse (Von Thunen). agriculture and industry. Biological and natural and Demographic transition theories of population growth. energy environment. submarine canyons and coral reefs and atolls. Concepts relating to Ecosystem . Regional Development and Planning Regions . Harris and Ullman. Ecosystem principles and components. and Isard). Global economic blocks . power production (hydel and nuclear) and manufacturing (iron & steel. adaptation. Environmental degradation and conservation. Locational analysis of agriculture (intensive subsistence in monsoon lands. Social structure: stratification and differentiation. Environmental pollution . Dumpy level and GPS. Mann.role of resource base.concepts. co-ordinate system. Social Processes. Principles and properties of Polar Zenithal. food chain. components. Environmental Geography Nature and composition of Biosphere. salinity and density. aluminium. origin and characteristics of continental shelves and slopes.patterns and processes. Physical and Chemical properties of ocean water: temperature.types and techniques. Hoyt. water. The Central Place Theory and the Ranksize rule. segregation. fishing. Population distribution . types and methods of regionalization. petroleum and iron ore). delimitation and changes.Perroux and Isard.production and decomposition. Components.patterns and functions. Regional diversity and disparities in development. food web.Burgess. Regional planning . The Central Business District . Pacific and Atlantic oceans. structure and Relief. Hoover. and cotton textile). Plane Table. Migration . theories and consequences on society. productivity. ecological pyramids. Bio-energy Cycles and Biogeochemical cycles. trade and commerce. The Urban field and inter-urban movement. TS Diagram and Watermass. Major Ecosystems of the world. Social & Political Geography Concept of space: absolute & relative. ecological niche. types and patterns of Rural settlements. Urban gradients and densities. Nature.characteristics and evolution (Rostow. Climate and Drainage. Marine Resources. Global patterns and trends of population composition (age-sex structure and occupational structure). air and noise. Function. Social and economic. Neo-Malthusianism. Malthus. Soil and Natural Vegetation Page 31 of 54 . plantation farming in the tropics and dairy farming in the temperate grasslands). Cartography The Earth as a Cartographic Problem . Ocean currents: Indian. Regional development theory . Ocean Deposits. Pattern of World population growth. Classification. Thematic mapping . Economic systems and economic landscape . Conical. Environmental issues in regional planning and planning for sustainable development. Pred). morphology. Natural hazards and natural disaster characteristics.B : HUMAN GEOGRAPHY Economic Geography Concepts and theories of resources. GROUP . technology and information system. industry (Weber. Models of urban growth . mining (coal. transport and communication.characteristics.density and global pattern.concepts and delineation. Principles of Surveying and Levelling with Chain. extensive commercial farming in temperate lands. Heartland and Rimland theories. Principles of boundaries and frontiers Settlement Geography Origin and Growth of Settlements. and morphology of towns and cities. homoeostasis.& Atlantic Oceans. lumbering. Geographical Information System .evolution. Regional development . Myrdal. Urban growth and urbanization.

Stress-strain relationships of elastic. foliation. Gravity. and tea . cement and automobile industries. Page 32 of 54 II. sex.nature and characteristics. General Geology: Composition of the planets and meteorites. occupation. Green Revolution. literacy. Energy (coal.spatial and temporal variations. Earthquakes: causes. and density . Population Problems and Population Policy during the Plan periods GEOLOGY : Paper – I : I. Sugar. Impact of Green Revolution. Rail. bauxite. plastic and viscous materials. natural gas. manganese. Urban Growth and Urbanisation .nature and status of development. erosion and conservation. Mineral (iron ore.growth. production and problems. lineation and their relations with folds. religion. Natural Vegetation . Behavior of rocks under stress. Distribution and characteristics of cultivation of rice.Conventional) and Biotic Resources Economy Landuse . Earth as a magnet. Drainage systems and problems. Jute. Mineral. Unconformity: different types and their recognition Fold and Fault: geometry and classifications. Oil Refining. Physiographic Divisions . Development of Agriculture during the Plan periods. Population Growth . magnetic anomalies. Population Distribution and population .development during the Plan periods. Climate . Shear zones and shear sense markers. Trade and Transport . Locational Dynamics. and caste. Industrial development and industrial policy during the Plan Period. literacy.structure and relief. development and problems. Classification of joints. and caste. oil. Agro-climatic regions. Origin of the Earth. wheat.crude. Resource Base Distribution. physiological and habitational). and Air). Crop Combination Regions.Conventional sources like wind. and Non . utilization and Conservation of Land (soil).characteristics and correlates. Seismic zones of India. Heat flow and geothermal gradient.age. jute cotton. tidal and solar power) and Biotic Resources Economy Indian agriculture . Population Population as a Resource. Relation between Population and Socio-economic Development. mechanisms. Growth and Development of the Iron & Steel. GROUP . utilization and Conservation of Land.cultivation. and coffee. Fold and thrust belt. Population Problems and Population Policy during the Plan periods. Industrial Regions . Cotton Textile. Irrigation and Agriculture . Relation between Population and Socio-economic Development. mica). sex.basic concepts. Water (freshwater).national and foreign specially with the SARC and ASEAN countries. Paper. Agricultural Regions. . volcanism and global distribution of volcanoes. Energy (both Conventional and Non . Urban Growth and Urbanization .characteristics and patterns. jute.seasonal weather conditions. Water. Engineering. effects. crop ecology. patterns and factors.resource relationships. Structural Geology: Stress and strain. Earth’s internal processes. Soil . earthquake belts. Trade Balance. tea. factors and processes.types and fertility. religion. stress and strain ellipse.B: GEOGRAPHY OF WEST BENGAL Physical Geography Location with Geographical Personality. Abundance of elements in the universe and earth. Internal constitution of Earth. Nature and Development of Trade . gravity anomalies on earth and Isostasy. Population Composition and social implications age.characteristics. Growth and Distribution (absolute. analysis of stress-strain in two-dimension. deforestation and afforestation. Aluminum. Water Disputes interstate and neighboring countries. Growth and Development of Transport and Communication System (Road.types and distribution. issues of development Population Population as a Resource.Resource Base Distribution. Water. Rice. Population Composition .

hydraulic conductivity. Exploration for groundwater. Petrography and petrogenesis of: granite. Description and importance of Siwalik fauna. birefringence.and three-component systems. forsterite-silica. facies Page 33 of 54 III. magnetostratigraphic. Diopside-anorthite. assimilation. Crystal faces and linear directions. Concept of space lattice. space group and unit cell. groundwater recharge. amphibole. types and significance of fossils. Island arc. Singbhum and Rajasthan. anorthosite. The Electromagnetic spectrum. Elementary thermodynamics. vertical distribution of groundwater. Structural classification of silicate minerals.III. VII. Modes of preservation of fossils. Texture of metamorphic rocks. chronostratigraphic and geochronologic units and their inter-relations. Siwalik. IV. ultramafic rocks. albite-anorthite. metamorphic crystallization. Physical. porosity. biostratigraphic. and partial melting. Concept of metamorphic grade and metamorphic facies. Crystal chemistry: bonding. interference figures and optic sign. chemical and optical properties of pyroxene. Principles of determination of absolute and relative ages of rocks and geological events. permeability. II. Gondwana flora and fauna. Optically isotropic. Evolutionary trend in Hominidae. Basis of classification of igneous rocks and different classification schemes– CIPW norm. Importance of unconformities in stratigraphy. continental rift system. . Geological investigations for dams. Geological evolution of Precambrian terrains of Dharwar. Hermann-Mauguin symmetry notation.interfacial angle and axial ratio. basalt. Geomorphology and Remote Sensing: Basic concept of geomorphology. Kutch. Mineralogy: Elements of crystal symmetry. Crystal classes. Groundwater provinces of India and West Bengal. exsolution. river and glacier. uniaxial and biaxial characters of minerals. Aquifers: properties and classifications. crystal systems. solid solution. Plate tectonics. Orbiting satellites and sensor systems. isomorphism. linear magnetic anomalies. coastal landforms. V. Equidae and Proboscidae. Crystal forms in different crystal classes and crystal habits. Assam and Bengal. Description and origin of common structures and textures of igneous rocks. Mountain building and orogeny. Geological evolution of the following Phanerozoic basins/ successions of India: Gondwana. rainwater harvesting. Palaeomagnetism. common landforms related to action of wind. Index fossils and their significance. coordination principles. Bowen’s reaction series. Applications of remote sensing in geology. feldspar and carbonate groups. Geomorphology and its relation to structure and lithology. double refraction. Basic concepts of GIS and GPS. Phase rule and its derivation. cephalopoda. Stratigraphy: Geologic time scale. Aerial photographs and their interpretations. Lithostratigraphic. pelecypoda and gastropoda.types of plate-boundaries and their characteristic features. Pleochroism. polymorphism. their nomenclature and interrelationship. IUGS classification. Palaeontology: Definition. one-. causes and prevention. Processes of diversification of igneous rocks: differentiation. crystallographic axes. Indian remote sensing satellites. alkaline and . Landslides: classification. Igneous Petrology: Forms of igneous rock bodies. Engineering properties of rocks. Physical properties of minerals. Classification of minerals on the basis of chemical composition. Hydrology and Engineering Geology: Hydrologic cycle. Classification of metamorphic rocks. Description of hard-part morphology of brachiopoda. two. Evolution of Proterozoic Cuddapah and Vindhyan basins. active and passive continental margins. concept of the liquidus. VI. extinction angle. transmissivity and storage coefficient. Spiti. Metamorphic Petrology: Agents and types of metamorphism. diopside-forsterite-silica systems. tunnels and reservoirs. Twining. Paper – II : I. Geotectonics: Continental drift and sea-floor spreading hypotheses. Species concept in biology and binomial nomenclature.

Petroleum and natural gas deposits with special reference to their origin. chemical. Foreign Accounts: Greek. Geology of important non-metallic deposits of India: bauxite. Classification of sedimentary rocks-terrigenous and chemogenic. Spread of Jainism and Buddhism. Migmatites. Period of Mahajanapadas : Early Vedic Society. diagenesis and lithifaction. Extent. Impact of mining on atmosphere. Sources : Archaeological Sources: Exploration. Literary Sources: Indigenous. Flow regimes.E Origin. Monuments. Environmental Protection. Polity and Economy. cement. Epigraphy. Prograde and retrograde metamorphism. floods. lead-zinc. macroscopic and microscopic constituents. conglomerate and limestone: definition.C. Composition of air. HISTORY : Paper– I : ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL INDIA UNIT A 1. volcanic eruption. Religious Literature. 2. Roman. permeability. Formation of territorial States (Mahajanapada): Republics and Monarchies. bed forms. and droughts. Environmental Geology: Natural hazards – earthquake. facies association and facies models. grade and utilization. Page 34 of 54 . Iranian and Macedonian invasions and their impact. Metallogenic provinces and epochs. Metamorphism and tectonics. classification. deltaic and beach-barrier bar systems. provenance. geophysical and geochemical). mica. diamond and graphite.C. Distribution of coal in India. barite. ACF. Vedic Society and the Megalithic Culture: 1500 Century B. Types of fluid. lithosphere and hydrosphere. Granulite terrains of India. manganese and uranium-thorium. tsunami. Aqueous fluid flowcurrent and wave. Art and Architecture. Controls of ore localization.C. gangue. Rock as construction material. refractories. sedimentary. Coal: its origin. Creative Literature. Biography. hydrothermal and supergene. legislative measures. Geology of important metallic deposits of India: chromite. ore textures and structures.series. processes of mitigation. B. The Iron Age in India. tenor and grade. IV. fertilizer industries. Literature in Regional Languages.fluvial. Textural parameters. Decline. Distribution of petroleum and natural gas in India. their internal structures and fields of stability. Distribution of pastoral and farming cultures outside the Harappan orbit. Facies. Impact of human activities on wetlands and forests. Changes in the later Vedic period. Sandstone. Raw materials used in iron and steel. migration and accumulation. Ore forming processes: magmatic. effects of air pollution on human health. ranks. Metasomatism and granitisation. Date. Methods of mineral prospecting (geological. use of fertilizers on land. AKF diagrams. surface water and ocean. Scientific Literature. air pollution. Chinese and Arab Writers. ore. Excavation. Characteristics. VI. Industrial and radioactive waste disposal. Survival and Significance. Rise of Magadha and the Nandas. mineral beneficiation and ore dressing. and contact metamorphism of impure carbonate rocks. protore. their processes of formation and significance.E to 6th 3. Primary sedimentary structures. V. Regional metamorphism of pelitic and mafic rocks. classification.porosity. iron. The Harappan Civilization : Third to Second Millenium B. biosphere. Sedimentology: Processes of formation of sedimentary rocks. composition.E. phosphates. copper. Pollution of groundwater. Textural components. landslides. Economic Geology: Classification of ore deposits. metamorphic. 4. Numismatics.

Contact with the outside world. Temple Architecture. ideas in Science and Mathematics. architecture. Senas. trade guilds and urban centres. Literature. Society. 6. Jahangir and Nur Jahan. art and architecture. music and literature. Social conditions. Deccan. Awadh and the Marathas. — Afghan — Mughal Contest for supremacy—Humayun and Sher Shah — Consolidation of the Mughal Empire— Akbar. Muhammad of Ghor — The foundation of the Delhi Sultanate and the early Turkish Sultans ‒ Qutbuddin Aibak to Balban — The Khalji revolution ‒ Alauddin Khalji. Vikramsila and Valabhi. changes in Trade network. Paramaras.Sher Shah to Akbar. 7. Growth of art and architecture. Architecture and Sculpture. Education and educational institutions. Guptas. Nalanda. Muhammad‒bin‒Tughlaq and his projects — Firuz Tughlaq— agrarian measures. Chandragupta. Later Mughals — Fall and Disintegration of the Empire —Rise of the Regional States ‒ Bengal. Kushanas. The Mauryan Empire: Foundation of the Mauryan Empire. Arab conquest of Sind. Major Political Developments in India during 16th and 18th Centuries: Coming of the Mughals —Babur and the foundation of the Mughal Empire. The Indo-Greeks. Peasants in Revolt — Jat. Asoka. Cultural Aspects. Chaitanya. Society. Vedanta. Page 35 of 54 . Sculpture. Culture and Economy during 13th and 15th centuries: Social and Cultural Assimilation — Sufi and Bhakti Movements—Kabir. Kautilya and Arthasastra. Jagir and Mansabdari systems. public works‒ Decline of the Tughlaqs. Decline of urban centres. Major political developments in India during 13th to 15th Centuries: Campaigns of Mahmud Ghazni. Religion. Vakatakas and Vardhanas: Samundra Gupta. 4. Economy. Nanak. UNIT B 1. Regional Polities and Administration. Hyderabad. Alberuni. 3. Chalukyas. Creative Literature. Art. The Post Gupta Period and the Rise of Regional States The Kadambas. — Evolution of religion under the Mughals — Sulh-i-Kul and Din-i-Ilahi — Mughal art. Shankaracharya. Indian Feudalism. painting. Tamil States of the Sangam Age: Administration. Economy: land grants. Afghans. Administraton. Education and Literature. Marathas. Trade Religion: Proliferation of Religious Sects in Buddhism. 2. Culture and Economy during 16th and 18th centuries: Administrative System. revenue system (iqta) trade and Commerce — art and architecture. Palas. Mughal economy and Society—Condition of the peasants — urbanisation —trade and commerce and the mercantile classes ‒ Coming of the European merchants and ‘trade revolution’. land grants. Economic conditions. Vaishnava and Saiva religions. Regional Languages and texts. Culture and Religion: Rise of Mahayana Buddhism and Buddhist Centres. Caste system. Chandragupta-II: Gupta Polity and administration. Guilds. Pandyas. Growth of Regional Languages and Literature — Nature of the State — agriculture.5. major philosophical thinkers and schools. Cholas. Sakas. Post-Mauryan Period Northern India: The Sungas and the Kanvas. Spread of religion. Decline of the Gupta Empire. Economy. conquests and economic reforms — . Provincial Kingdoms — Bengal under the Iliyas Shahi and Hussain Shahi Dynasties—Bahmani and Vijaynagar Empires — Kashmir and Gujarat. Rashtrakutas. Art and architecture and science. Western Kshatrapas. Awadh and others. Literature and culture. Land administration. Literature. Tamil Bhakti Movement. Position of women. Disintegration of the Empire. Edicts. 8. Hoysalas. Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb — The Mughal Central State and regional powers— Rajputs. Namdeva. scientific literature. Pallavas. Local Government. Sikhs. Satnami etc. Concept of Dharma. External contacts. The Deccan and Southern India: The Satavahanas. Polity.

1947): Rise of Gandhi . 4. 5.Early Political Associations . Social Reform movements in the late 19th and early 20th centuries (including depressed caste movements) . Famine and poverty.Economic Nationalism and Drain Theory .1856) with special reference to Bengal and eastern India. and Mysore.The foundation of the Indian National Congress (1885) .Civil Disobedience Movement . course. Arya Samaj. press and public opinion. the Sikhs. Page 36 of 54 . Economic Impact of revenue settlements – Commercialization and its consequences.The Safety-valve thesis .Simon Commission.Paper – II : MODERN INDIA AND THE WORLD UNIT A 1.Oudh. The Aligarh movement. Hyderabad. Nehru Report and Round Table Conferences .a broad overview. Grant of Dewani. Growth of Nationalism (1858 . European Penetration and Rise of British power in India: • The early European Settlements in India in the 17th and 18th centuries . Young Bengal. 2.The Khilafat . Rural Indebtedness and growth of landless labour. Indian Society in transition: Cultural Encounter and Socio-cultural changes: • • • • • • Introduction of western education and modern ideas Reform movements . character. growth and spread of scientific ideas.the Rowlatt Satyagraha .The Swadeshi Movement in Bengal and other provinces . Resistance to the British rule: • • • Early uprisings against the British rule in 18th and 19th centuries (1757 . Vidyasagar. (B) Changing nature of India’s trade and industry under the colonial rule:• • • • Dislocation of traditional trade and commerce De-industrialization . The Faraizi and Wahabi movements. Marathas. Indian economy under the British Colonial Rule:- (A) Impact of Colonial rule on Indian agrarian economy:• • • • Land revenue settlements‒ Permanent. • The British East India Company and the Bengal Nawabs . The Revolt of 1857 . • British relations with and subjugation of the other principal Indian powers . Ryotwari and Mahalwari Settlements. 3.the economic.the Partition of Bengal (1905) . Women’s Question and Indian Reformers The Growth of modern vernacular literature. 6. causes of its failure and its impact. Gandhian Era (1919 . Brahmo Samaj.Quit India Movement.the Non Co-operation movement .Character of Gandhian nationalism .The moderates and the extremists .genesis.The Anglo French rivalry.Programme and objectives of the early Congress . Deoband School. The Act of 1858 and the establishment of the British Raj.Ram Mohan Roy. cultural and political aspects of Swadeshi movement. Vivekananda and Ramkrishna Mission.1918): Factors leading to birth of Indian Nationalism .decline of village industries and town handicrafts Railways Growth of Foreign capital and rise of modern industries.the EIC as sovereign ruler of Bengal (From Plassey to Buxar).

Cold War & Global scenario: (i) Origins and Growth of cold War (ii) UNO and global disputes .the Montague-Chelmsford Reforms (1919) . UNIT B 01. Pitt’s India Act and the Charter Acts. Women’s organisations. The Acts of 1861 and 1892 . Industrialization: (i) Industrial Revolution in England: causes. 7. development of women issues and the role of women in nationalist movement. Partition and Independence. Wavell Plan and Cabinet Mission .the linguistic reorganisation of States. The Working Class and Trade Union Movements. impact.Government of India Act (1935) . Germany.Non-alignment and the Third World . Colonialism and War: (i) Capitalism. and its impact (ii) French Revolution and its aftermath: 1789 . The Peasant Movement.Integration of Princely States . scramble for colonies. Italy & Japan. Collapse of Soviet Union (i) Disintegration of the Soviet Union: Causes & Consequences (ii) End of the Cold War (iii) Political Changes in Eastern Europe. (ii) Industrialization in other countries: USA. 8.the question of National Language . collective security. 06. nature.1815 (iii) The American War of Independence (1776). The Constitutional Developments (1773 . Imperialism. The American civil War 02. Nationalism: (i) Rise of nation states in Europe: Italy & Germany. Consolidation as a Nation after 1947: Framing of the Indian Constitution . 04. 07.India and her neighbours. R. 03. 05. making of India’s foreign policy . imperialism.the Communist Party of India . (iii) Second World War: Causes and consequences.1947): The Regulating Act. Asia and Africa after World War II: (i) Chinese Revolution of 1949 (ii) Nationalist movements and decolonization in South and South East Asia. World history from 1919 to 1945: (i) League of Nations. Japan.the Morley Minto Reforms (1909) .other left parties.Subhas Chandra Bose and the INA . End of Apartheid. (ii) Rise of Nazism and Fascism : Germany. Russia.the Congress Socialist Party .Demand for Pakistan Hindu Nationalism Depressed Classes and caste politics with special reference to the role of B. The Peoples’ Movement in Princely States. Page 37 of 54 . Ambedkar. (iii) Changes in Africa: Egypt and South Africa.Working of Provincial Ministries . (iii) Emergence of Third World and NAM 08. (ii) Origins and impact of the First World War (iii) Making of the Russian Revolution & establishment of a Socialist State. British Policy. Communalism. Congo.The Left: The Left within the Congress and Jawaharlal Nehru . Enlightenment and Modern Ideas: (i) Major ideas of enlightenment .Rise of Muslim League . Cuban crisis.Cripps Mission.Act of Indian Independence (1947).Korea.War upsurge Growth of Muslim Separatism . The Post .

Orbits under central forces. bases. Equations of first order but not of first degree. Formation of partial differential equations. Inverse of a matrix. Artificial satellite. Transformation of rectangular axes. Second and higher order linear equations with constant coefficients. Cauchy sequence.LAW : Paper – I : Paper – II : Constitutional Law of India :International Law : Jurisprudence. MATHEMATICS : Paper – I : Paper-I (1) Linear Algebra: Vector spaces over R and C. cone. Row and column reduction. Linear transformations. Cayley-Hamilton theorem. skewHermitian. Leibnitz' formula. Nested interval theorem. Work and energy. absolute and conditional convergence of series of real and complex terms. (3) Real Analysis II: Compact sets. dimension. Solution of system of linear equations. Stability of equilibrium. Differentiability. Echelon form. Riemann's definition of definite integrals. singular solution. Quadratic forms. asymptotes. skew-symmetric. Damped harmonic oscillation. friction. Equations of first order and first degree. Straight lines. Weierstrass approximation theorem (statement only). Series and its convergence. Sequences. limits. Tangents and normals to conic sections. properties of continuous functions on compact sets. matrix of a linear transformation. Astatic equillibrium. Surfaces of revolution. Solutions of 1st order PDE. (7) Particle Dynamics: Rectilinear motion. L'Hospital's rule. Sequences and series of functions. characteristic polynomial. Intermediate value theorem. subspaces. closed sets. ellipsoid. Motion of a particle in a plane. Planes in three dimension. Rank of a matrix. Open sets. Indefinite integrals. (5) Differential Equations: Formulation of differential equations. Taylor's theorem with remainders. Second order linear equations with variable coefficients. Bolzano-Weierstrass theorem. Determination of complete solution when one solution is known using method of variation of parameters. envelopes. particular integral and general solution. Power series. integrating factor. mean-value theorem. Maxima and minima. Rolle's theorem. Second degree equations in two variables. Euclidean space. Functions of a real variable. Higher order differentiation. (6) Statics: Equilibrium of a system of coplanar forces. Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization. Darboux theorem. Page 38 of 54 . Laplace and Inverse Laplace transforms and their properties. conservation of energy. Law of Crimes and Torts : Law of Contracts and Mercantile Law : Indian Evidence Act. existence of basis for finite dimensional vector spaces. Conic sections: Circle. orthogonal and unitary matrices and their eigenvalues. rearrangement of series. paraboloid. Hermitian. Uniform continuity of functions. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. congruence’s and similarity. deletion and replacement theorem. simple harmonic motion. shortest distance between two skew lines. reduction to canonical forms and classification of conics. hyperboloid of one and two-sheets: tangent planes and normals. (2) Real Analysis I: Real number system as an ordered field with least upper bound property. parabola. limit points. complementary function. Work and potential energy. Lagrange’s method and Charpit’s method. Clairaut's equation. linear dependence and independence. Laplace transforms of elementary functions. Euler-Cauchy equation. diagonalization of symmetric matrices. cylinder. limit of a sequence. Fundamental theorems of integral calculus. Algebra of Matrices. completeness of real line. Application to initial value problems for 2nd order linear equations with constant coefficients. Second degree equations in three variables. Improper integrals. reduction to canonical forms. Heine Borel theorem. equilibrium of forces in three dimensions. Uniform convergence. (4) Analytic Geometry: Cartesian and polar coordinates in two and three dimensions. hyperbola and pair of straight lines. Planetary motion and Kepler's laws. ellipse. Sphere. Principle of virtual work. Cauchy-Hadamard test. Orthogonal trajectory. Fourier series. Symmetric. continuity. Term by term differentiation and integration. Riemann Integration. rank and nullity.

uniform continuity. Least square regression lines and parabolas. Functions of two or three variables: limits. Lagrange's interpolation. cosets. quartiles. Cardan's method of solving a cubic equation. Bernouli trials and binomial law. Moment-generating function. Simple and composite hypothesis. principal ideal domains. Numerical integration: Trapezoidal rule. Sample correlation co-efficient. Transformation of random variables. Green's theorem and Stokes' theorem. equivalence relations. Poisson. for prime p. divergence and curl. Median. Convergence in probability. Statistics: Sample characteristic and their computation. continuity. Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations of one variable by bisection. Multiplication rule of probabilities. Gaussian quadrature formula. stereographic projection. Polynomial Rings. Ferrari's method of solving a biquadratic equation. least square regression lines and parabolas. Statements of: Bernoulli’s limit theorem. Law of large numbers. Continuity and differentiability. Decimal and Hexadecimal systems. Relation between roots and coefficients. quotient groups. Chain rule. Separable metric spaces. Maxima and minima. (6) Probability & Statistics: Probability: Classical and frequency definitions of probability. Cauchy sequence and convergence. Differentiation of vector fields. Statement of central limit theorem. complex functions. cyclic groups. Probability distribution. Chi-square and t-distributions and their important properties. Gamma. (2) Abstract Algebra Sets and relations. subrings and ideals. solution of system of linear equations by Gaussian elimination and Gauss-Seidel (iterative) methods. de Moivre’s theorem. Binomial equations and special roots. Tchebycheff’s inequality. fixed point iteration. Lagrange’s Theorem. subgroups. Binary. Cauchy Schwarz inequality. Regression curves. Distribution function (Discrete and continuous) of one variable: Binomial. Rings. Uniform and Normal. Higher order derivatives. Compactness. Integral domains. Higher order partial derivatives. Descartes' rule of sign. harmonic functions. Conditional expectation. Sampling distributions of the sample mean and variance. Fermat's theorem. Computer Programming: Positional number system. Space of real valued continuous functions on [a. Directional derivative. Octal. Continuity. Independent events. Euclidean domains and unique factorization domains. Finite fields Zp. Cauchy-Riemann equations. Ideas about complexities of algorithm. normal subgroups. Correlation coefficient. applications in simple problems. Covariance. Complex numbers. permutation groups. Chinese remainder theorem. Programming using C. Cayley’s theorem. (3) Multivariate Calculus & Vector Analysis Vector valued functions of one real variable. Euler's theorem. Characteristic function. Interval estimation for parameters of normal population. Binary arithmetic. Two dimensional probability distributions (Discrete and continuous): Uniform and normal. Fundamental theorem of algebra. Vector identities and vector equations. Estimation of parameters: Method of maximum likelihood. Transformation of random variables. skewness and kurtosis. basic isomorphism theorems. Completeness. Existence of infinitely many primes. Statistical hypothesis. Mathematical expectation: Mean. Algorithms and flow charts: important features. Bivariate samples. disjunctive normal and conjuctive normal forms of Boolean expressions. Neyman-Pearson theorem and its application to normal population. Relatively prime integers. p spaces. mode. Line integral. (5) Numerical Analysis and Computer programming: Numerical Analysis: Interpolation. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations: Picard. quotient fields.b]. Simpson's 1/3rd rule. Best critical region of a test. algebra of sets and switching algebra as examples of Boolean algebra. Surface integral. Differentiability of complex functions. Extended complex plane. Analytic functions. Conditional probability. Cn. Groups. variance. homomorphisms of rings. Polynomial with real coefficients. Newton's (forward and backward) interpolation. Scalar and vector fields. Symmetric functions of roots. Euler and Runge. Double and triple integrals. Bayes’ theorem. Velocity and acceleration. Inequalities AM ≥ GM ≥ HM and their generalizations. Congruence. Regula-Falsi and Newton-Raphson methods. Conversion to and from decimal systems. Likelihood ratio testing and its application to normal Page 39 of 54 e . duality principle. Marginal and Conditional distributions. Gradient. (4) Metric Space & Complex Analysis: Metric spaces. partial derivatives. Areas and volumes. Total boundedness. moments. Fields. Jacobian. homomorphism of groups. Baire category theorem. Axioms of Probability. Examples: Rn.Kutta method (4-th order). central moments. Open sets and closed sets. Lagrange's method of multipliers. Design of simple switching circuit. Boolean algebra: Huntington postulates for Boolean algebra. relation between analytic and harmonic functions.Paper – II : (1) Classical Algebra Prime integers. Connectedness.

Service Marketing—Features 7Ps. SWOT Analysis. Policies. Attitudes & values Foundations of Group Behaviour--Group Process. Kaizen Industrial Relations--Collective Bargaining-Settlement of Disputes STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Concept. Segmentation. Employee Involvement. Fundamental theorem of LPP. Approaches-Power and Authority Coordination . Patterns of Management Analysis. difference between Personnel Management and HRM.Principles – Techniques Controlling --Control Process. Product Life Cycle. BCG Matrix.Morale Leadership--Theories. Sources of Finance. Concept of MBO. Modes of Entry. Strategies Decision-Making-Approaches. Simplex method. Group Development Conflict Management – Management of Change UNIT V RECENT DEVELOPMENTS Global Management. Managerial Roles approach UNIT II PLANNING AND ORGANISING Planning –Nature.Manpower Estimation-Job analysis-Job Description-Job Specification Recruitment-Sources of Recruitment-Selection Process-Placement and Induction Retention of Employees. Group Decision Making Guidelines The Nature of Organising -Types of Organisations. Information Technology in Management. Requirements for effective Control. basic feasible solution and optimal solution.Elements . The Evolution of Management Thought -. Objectives. Positioning. Perception. Decision-Making under Certainty. Managerial Functions in International Business. MANAGEMENT : Paper – I : UNIT I EVOLUTION AND GROWTH OF MANAGEMENT THOUGHT Concepts. Quality Circles. Line/Staff Authority. Decentralisation of Authority and Delegation of Authority UNIT III DIRECTING. Capital Budgeting. TQM-Six Sigma. Different methods of Performance Appraisal Grievance Redressal—Concepts.Definition . Business Process Reengineering. PEST Analysis.population. Management of Innovation Paper – II : MARKETING MANAGEMENT Marketing Concept. Basic solution. Financial Control HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Importance. Overall Control Process UNIT IV ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR Foundations of Individual Behaviour-. Targeting.Importance – Methods . Marketing Mix--4Ps vs 4Cs. Values and Ethics. Procedures. Group Tasks.Characteristics. Role of a HR Manager Human Resources Planning-Objectives-Importance-Process. Retailing—Recent Trends. Process of Organising. GE Model. Marketing Environment. Operating and Financial Leverage. Cost of Capital.Scientific Management School. Duality. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Types. emarketing FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Objectives.Span of Management – Factors determining Span Motivation -. e-governance Page 40 of 54 . Risk and Uncertainty. Consumer Behaviour--Buying Process. Critical Control Standards and Techniques. Theory and Practice.Supervision . Organisational Levels. Types. Product—Types. Graphical method of solutions. (7) Linear Programming: Linear programming problems. Supply Chain Management. Training and Development. Behavioural School. Learning. Corporate Governance. hyperspace. Crisis Management. Porter’s 5 Forces Framework. The Operational or Management Process approach. extreme points. Importance. Functions. Contemporary School.Objectives and Needs-Training Process-Methods of Training-Tools and Aids-Evaluation of Training Programmes Performance Management System-Definition. Working Capital Management. Process. Mechanisms Productivity Management—Concepts.Objectives . COORDINATING AND CONTROLLING Direction -. Transportation and assignment problems. Dividend Policies. Distribution—Channels. Pricing—Methods. Maintenance vs.Personality. Recent Contributions. Concepts. International Marketing—Cultural Dimension. convex sets. Promotion—Integrated Marketing Communications.

Relation of elastic constants. assembly line balancing. Laser. Diesel. CNC concepts.thin wall pressure vessels. Inventory control – ABC analysis. Machinability. Manufacturing Management : Production Planning and control. Brayton and Bell-Colman. Combined stresses . Bending Moment and Shear Force diagrams of beams. b) 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines: working principles and simple engine performance calculations involving h thermal . Manufacturing Science : Merchant force diagram. Iron-Carbon. Bending stress and shear stress in Bending. Tailors’ tool life equation. Inertia force analysis. Materials Requirement Planning. Linear vibration analysis of mechanical systems – single degree of freedom. Air standard cycles : Otto.basic principles of working. Network Analysis— PERT and CPM MECHANICAL ENGINEERING : Paper – I : Theory of machines : Kinematic and dynamic analysis of planer mechanisms.EDM. Plastics. IC Engine : a) indicator diagram.I and C. 2. Transportation. General description and working principles of Belts. Flywheels. Engineering Materials : Basic concepts on structure of solids .pv and TS diagrams. h mechanical etc. Entropy and Reversibility – simple problems. Breakeven analysis. EOQ model. Strain Energy concept. 3.g Copper-Zinc. simple problems. Elements of Computation : Computer Organization. Small and Flexible Automation. Refrigeration : Joule Thomson cooling effect. Struts and columns. exponential smoothing. Cams. 1st law and 2nd law of Thermodynamics. Gears and Gear trains. Ideal thermodynamics processes – pdv work.QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES Assignment. closed and isolated systems.I engines . Deflection of beams. Ceramics and composite materials – general character and uses. Application of 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics in closed and open system (SSFF Equation) – simple problems. Thermodynamics : Open. Concept of Product development. Governors. vapour compression cycle . Mechanics of Solids : Simple stress and strain – plane stress and plane strain. Thermal stress. Page 41 of 54 . Heat treatment of steels. Theories of failure.simple 5. ECM. Surface finish measurement. Capacity planning. Forging. differences and applications. PERT and CPM. Mohr’s circle. Plasma.crystalline materials. Introduction to Forming processes—Rolling. Concepts of Internal Energy. . 4. cases. Stress-strain relations due to uniaxial loading. Features of common Computer Languages – C/FORTRAN and elementary programming. Linear Programming (Graphical and Simplex methods). Defects in crystalline materials. Torsion of circular shafts. Balancing of rotating masses and in-line engines.simple problems. Extrusion. Thermodynamic Cycle. Operations scheduling. Copper-tin. Ferrous alloys – structure. Dual. Work measurement. Flow charting. Vapour power cycles:. Quality management. Ultrasonic. Rigid. properties and applications. Paper – II : 1. Ideal gas law. Concept of Heat engine and Heat pump . Binary phase diagram for selected alloys e. problems.Rankine cycle and Modified Rankine cycle . Paper – I S. Recent machining concepts -. Critical speeds and whirling of shafts. Forecasting-moving average.efficiency and COP.

D.simple e) Laws of radiation. g) Different types of pumps and their applications. 8. f) Refrigeration cycles and system components. Problems related to Airconditioning .c) d) e) f) 6. Reynolds . Concept of Bi-number.types and use. equation. Minor loss. Concept of LMTD and NTU method for parallel flow and counter flow heat exchangers problems using LMTD method only. c) Modern High pressure. Power plant : a) Thermal and Hydraulic Power plant components .Manometer. Page 42 of 54 . e) Head loss in pipe. d) Application of Bernoulli’s principle in simple engineering systems. Darcy . Venturi meter. g) Refrigerants. Simple problems with the help of empirical convection correlation for heat transfer. Station and plant heat rates. Plant load factor.various dimensionless quantities. Dust removal systems description only. d) I. Heat Transfer : Combustion process.D and balanced draft boilers – description and simple problems. d) Heat exchangers . 7. Station economics – simple problems.Weisbach equation. Friction factor as function of Reynolds number and relative roughness. Basic idea about knocking and detonation. Fluid Mechanics : a) Newton’s law of viscosity: statement and simple problems.simple problems c) Flow parameter measurement . Pitot tube. System curve and Pump performance curves – operating point. Cooling load calculation using psychrometric and non-black surfaces. e) Heat balance. COP of refrigeration system. Derivations of unsteady 2-D heat conduction Numerical problems involving 1-D equation. Heat exchange between surfaces . Air – Fuel ratio – simple problems. simple number. b) Hydrostatic force on submerged flat plate .system components and general description. Orifice meter – working principles and simple problems. Exhaust gas analysis: ORSAT analysis. c) Basic concept of free and forces convections . Efficiency. b) Steady state heat conduction in extended surface . Cetane and Octan numbers. Concept of specific speed. Load curve.. Weir.derivation of related equation and problems.description. b) Different types of hydraulic and steam turbines and their areas of application. Carburetion and Fuel injection-description only. View factorsimple problems. F. Simple system head loss calculations f) Dimensional analysis .concept and significance of Nusselt number and Grashof number. a) Fourier’s law of heat conduction. problems involving model tests and their use in prototype performance prediction. high duty boilers . Comfort indices. Choice of performance.description only.

Theory of Validity. 13. Berkeley. Ethics and Philosophy of Religion 8. Socio – Political Philosophy and Psychology Social and Political Ideals : Equality. Rejection of Metaphysics. Individual and State : Rights. Actuality and Potentiality. Environmental Ethics : Bio-centric ethics and Eco-centric ethics. St. 14. Form and Matter. Naiyâyikas.MEDICAL SCIENCE : Paper – I : Paper – II : Human Anatomy : Human Physiology : Biochemistry : Pathology : Microbiology : Pharmacology : Forensic Medicine and Toxology. 17. Sri Aurobindo : Evolution. Involution. Categories. Spinoza. 11. Empiricism (Locke. Kant : Possibility of Synthetic a priori judgments. 9. 18. Indian Ethics : Puruşârtha. Locke. Surplus in Man. Liberty: Views of Mill. Theory of Causation. Îśvara. . 6. Plato and Aristotle : Ideas. Rationalism (Descartes. Substance. Page 43 of 54 PHILOSOPHY : Paper – I : Cartesian Method and Certain Knowledge. Religion without God. Humanism. Capital Punishment. Mâyâ. Biophysical Principles : Definition and example of osmosis and buffers. 14. Cârvâka : Theory of Knowledge. Yoga : Citta. Paper – II : 1. Jainism : Anekântavâda. Deontological Theories. 11. Self and God. 10. Rawls. Terrorism and Just war. Logical Atomism. Sâmkhya : Prakŗti. Anuvrata and Mahâvrata (Jainism). 19. Self. Âtman. Theories of Punishment. 13. Ambedkar. Mîmâmsâ : Epistemology. 7. Duties and Accountability. Space and Time. 4. Nature of Religious Language : Cognitive and Non-cognitive. Levels of Mind. PHYSIOLOGY : Paper – I : 1. 10. General Medicine : General Surgery : Obstetrics and Gynaecology including Family Planning : Preventive and Social Medicine. Mind – Body Problem : Dualism. Freud’s theory of dream. Kşaņikavâda. Integral Yoga. Adhyâsa. 3. Logical Positivism : Verification Theory of Meaning. Multiculturalism. 9. Nyâya – Vaiśesika : Theory of Categories. Concept of Liberation. Causation. 3. Proofs for the existence of the unconscious. 17. Religious Pluralism. Marxism. Theory of Pramâna. 5. Religion and Morality. Rabindranath Tagore: Nature of Man. Pratîtyasamutpâda. Proofs for the existence of God : Descartes. Refutation of Idealism. 8. Moore. Analogical and Symbolic. 2. Standards of Morality : Utilitarianism (Bentham and Mill). 16. Jagat. Causation. Theory of Evolution. Hume) : Theory of Knowledge. 2. Metaphysics and Ethics.. Vedânta : Views of Śamkara and Râmânuja on Brahman. Determinism and Freedom. Political Ideologies : Anarchism. Cittavŗtti. Puruşa. Scepticism. 7. Feminism : Liberal and Radical. Jîva. Social Change : Gandhi. Definition of pH. Brahmavihâra (Buddhism). 15. 6. Human Rights and Discrimination. Avidyâ. Swâmi Vivekânanda : Practical Vedânta. Person Theory of Strawson. Leibnitz) : Substance. Secularism. cittavŗtti (Yoga). 12. Problems of Philosophy (European and Indian) 1. Russell and Early Wittgenstein : Defence of Common sense. 5. 15. Atomistic Theory of Creation. Justice. Socialism and Democracy. Picture Theory of Meaning. Virtue Ethics : Aristotle. Substance and Qualities. Buddhism : Four Noble Truths. 12. God. Anselm. 4. Saptabhanginaya. Philosophical Behaviourism. 16. Nairâtmyavâda. citta.

hypermetropia and astigmatism. Nerve-Muscle Physiology: Structure and functions of skeletal muscle & nerve fibre. HDL. definition and determination of cardiac output. b) Rigid body dynamics: Degrees of freedom of a rigid body. Balanced diet and ACU. Na. Biochemical Principles : Definition and chemistry of monosaccharides. B6. degeneration and regeneration in nerve fibres. C.simple examples. Hamilton’s principle. structure of taste buds and smell receptors. ascending and descending tracts. functions of hemoglobin. Overview of innate and acquired immunity. Blood : Formed elements of blood. spermatogenesis. myopia. classification and properties of reflexes. cholesterol. E. Kepler’s laws. synaptic transmission. ORS and concept of safe drinking water. dynamic work and physical fitness index (PFI). Body Mass Index (BMI). pancreas and adrenal gland diseases associated with hypo and hypersecretion of these glands. Ca. cardiac cycle. B1. Zn. thyroid. Motion under a central force. transamination. Endocrine system: structure and functions of pituitary. Paper – II : Structure of nephron. Work physiology: Definition of 02 debt. reflex arc. oligosaccharides. PHYSICS : Paper – I : 1. triglycerides. Nutrition & Dietetics : Definition of food groups. nucleotides. 4. TCA Cycle. 5. K. c) Properties of matter & fluid dynamics: Elasticity. 7. Renal Physiology : capacities. learning and aphasia. 1. functions of sympathetic and parasympathetic neurons system. conservation principles. water and noise pollution. B12. Mechanics: a) Particle dynamics: Laws of motion. mass immunization. Environmental and social physiology: Air. Reproductive physiology: menstrual cycle. 2. Page 44 of 54 . parallel and perpendicular axes theorem. amino acides. 4. Ear-structure of middle and inner ear. 7. Surface Tension. Equation of continuity. 6. Heart and circulation : Properties of cardiac muscle. 5.simple applications. Sensory physiology: Eye-structure of retina. neural and hormonal control of body temperature. Metabolism : Glycolysis. Bernoulli’s equation. and Fe. ovulation. Respiratory System : Carriage of oxygen and carbondioxide. Moment of Inertia. 3. 3. memory. polysaccharides. neuromuscular junction. Source. hypoxia. functions and deficiency symptoms of vitamin A. accommodation. definition of lung volumes and 8. ABO and Rh Blood groups. System of particles. I. transmission of sound wave through ear. parathyroid. VLDL. centre of mass and laboratory reference frame. static work. plasma protein. sleep. Nervous system : Basic anatomical organization of the neurons system. D. Euler angle. 8. classification of nerve fibres. 02max. origin and propagation of nerve impulse. normal ECG waves. Inertia and inertial frame. deamination. Histology of testis and ovary. formation of urine. Gravitational Field and potential . Lagrange’s and Hamilton’s equations. β-oxidation. 6. Viscosity. neuromuscular transmission. Generalised coordinate. Elastic and inelastic collision. Centripetal and Coriolis acceleration. Skin and body temperature regulation: structure and functions of skin and sweat glands. degrees of freedom. LDL. non excretory functions of kidney.2.

size. Maxwell’s relations and its applications. Young’s experiment. angular momentum. Laser Raman spectroscopy. Magnetic shell. two thin lenses separated by a distance. damped oscillation. para and ferromagnetism. DC & AC circuits with R. Lorentz transformation. Quantum Mechanics: Wave-particle duality. Statistical Physics: Macro and micro states. Distribution of molecular velocities in ideal gasses. Raman Effect and molecular structure. Different crystal systems. 2. activity. Page 45 of 54 Paper – II : . Chromatic and spherical aberration (qualitative). energy production in stars. Boundary value problems for conducting & dielectric spheres in a uniform field. Hysteresis in Optical b) Current electricity: Kirchhoff’s laws and their applications. Bose-Einstein and Fermi-Dirac distributions. Doppler effect. Electricity and Magnetism: a) Electrostatics & Magnetostatics: Gauss and Stoke’s theorem. Stefan Boltzmann law. Dielectrics. Zone plate. Interference of light. Wave equations in vacuum. Dipole field and potential. Clausius – Claperyon equation. Spin half particle. 3. Biot-Savart law. Stationary waves. particle in a finite well. Partition function. Angular momentum. double slit. Spin. Specific heat of solids. addition of velocities. fine structure of hydrogen atom. Ruby and He-Ne lasers. c) Electromagnetic theory: Displacement current and Maxwell’s equations. Vector and Scaler potentials. J-J coupling. 1.2. X-ray diffraction. Zeeman effect. Semiempirical mass formula and applications. Einstein and Debye theory. Classification of elementary particles and their interactions. change of entropy in different processes. forced oscillation and resonance. Gibbs’ phase rule and chemical potential. Four vector and covariance. Schrödinger equation and expectation value. binding energy. ferromagnetic materials. Newton’s ring. Solid State Physics: Crystalline and amorphous structure of matter. Ampere’s law. Maxwell-Boltzmann. linear harmonic oscillator. 3. Q-value of nuclear reactions. polarization. Q-factor. System of charges. double refraction. Lenz’s law. Specific heat of electrons at low temperature. Particle in a three dimensional box. f) Laser: Einstein A and B coefficients. quarter wave plate.and diamagnetic substances. relativistic kinematics. Normal and anomalous dispersion. 4. Fraunhofer diffraction – single slit. Poynting theorem. Thermodynamics: Laws of thermodynamics. Nuclear fission and fusion. electron spin. mass parabolas. insulators and semiconductors. Basic principle of transformer. Elements of superconductivity. Stoke’s law. length contraction. Solutions of the one-dimensional Schrödinger equation for a free particle (Gussian wave-packet) particle in a box. Blackbody radiation. Fresnel diffraction. equipartition theorem. wave packets. Matrix method in paraxial optics. Superposition. Band theory of solids-conductors. Reflection and transmission by a step potential and by a rectangular barrier. dia. uncertainty principle. Fourier b) Waves: Equation of progressive wave. Stern . reflection and refraction from Huygen’s principle. Shell model of the nucleus-successes and limitations. properties of Pauli spin matrices. Series and parallel resonances. mass energy relation. nodal points. Ferro-. L-S coupling. beats. Self and mutual inductances. Hydrogen atom. Planck’s law. multipole expansion of scalar potential. parity. time dilation. Joule-Thomson effect and liquification of gasses. Methods of determination of crystal structure. Laplace and Poisson equations and boundary value problems.Gerlach experiment. Dipole in an external field. 4. Nuclear and Particle Physics: Basic nuclear properties . Polarimeter. RayleighJeans formula and Wein’s displacement law. thin lens formula. c) Geometrical Optics: Fermat’s principle and laws of reflection and refraction. e) Polarization: Linear and circularly polarized light. Faraday’s law. Mean and rms values in AC circuits. uniformly magnetized sphere. Spectroscopic notation of atomic states. para. 5. Magnetism. Violation of parity in beta decay. Michelson interferometer. Waves and Oscillations: a) Oscillation: Simple harmonic motion. magnetic moment. thin films. series and its simple applications. d) Physical Optics: Spatial and temporal coherence. L and C components. Conservation laws. Special Relativity: Michelson-Morley experiment. Method of images and its applications. diffraction grating. phase and group velocities.

(a) Hierachy (b) Unity of Command (c) Span of Control (d) Authority (e) Centralization. Boards and Commissions. Nation. National Parties and Regional Parties. Regionalism. Role of women. Political Process . Marx.5. Prime Minister. Corruption. Evolving political trends. Paper – II : Public Administration and International Relations Group . Authority. Judicial reforms. Significance of 73rd and 74th amendments. Mill.Composition. Aristotle. Forms of Government . Simple logic circuits. Electronics: Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors. Different aspects of Democracy .Ministries and Departments. Vivekananda. Decentralization and Delegation. J. Corporations. Justice. Vice President . Bureaucracy . Rabindranath. Syed Ahmed Khan. Women’s movements. Equality. Composition and Functions.Composition and Functions. Liberty. The Judiciary . Logic gates and truth tables. De Morgan’s laws. Rammohan Roy. Machiavelli. Electoral Reforms.Constitutional provisions and judicial interpretations regarding fundamental rights. Social Movements . JFET and MOSFET. Human rights movements.Environmental movements.State. Gandhi. State Legislature .Constituent assembly. Functioning of the Committee System.Directive Principles & Fundamental duties . Weinbridge and crystal oscillators. Forms of Public Organizations . Ambedkar. Bi Party. SCs & STs in Local Government. Civil Society. Government. Totalitarian vs Liberal. Rule of Law.Election. Issues of Criminalisation. Page 46 of 54 . Amplifiers. Indian Political Thought . Principles of Organization . Role of Interest / Pressure Groups. Nationalism.President. and Multi Party Systems.Liberalism. Citizens’ movements. Executive and Financial-Fiscal dimensions. Terrorism. POLITICAL SCIENCE : Paper – I : Group – A Western Political Thought .Party System.Panchayati Raj: Evaluation. Casteism. Unitary vs Federal. Powers and Functions of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Presidential vs Parliamentary. Rousseau. Electoral System. Duties. Issues of bureaucratic accountability. Salient Features of the Indian Constitution. Fundamental Rights . Judicial review and Judicial activism. p-n-p and n-p-n transistors. Council of Ministers.Role of Peasants and Workers in Indian Politics. Local Government and Politics . Chief Minister and Council of Ministers. Single Party. Public interest litigations. Linguism and Communalism in Indian Politics.Rights. People Participation. Weber’s theory of bureaucracy. “Representative” bureaucracy. Functions. Governance. Powers and Functions. Riggsian Model of Echological Approach to Public Administration. Feminism. FET. Bentham. Op-amps. Group-B Basic features of Indian Constitution . Changing role of bureaucracy in Post-Colonial India. Political Ideas . Position. Political Ideologies . Digital electronics-Boolean identities.Kautilya. Direct vs Representative Democracy. Position and Functions. Democratic Socialism. Union Legislature . Political Concepts .Meaning and Theories of Democracy. Social Processes . S.Scientific Management. Classical Theory.Governor. Government in the States .A Public Administration Theories of Administration . Nature of Indian Federation. Structure. (f) Line and Staff. Relationship between President and Prime Minister. Union Executive . Legislative. Centre-State relations. Internationalism.Classical administration and Development Administration.Supreme Court and the High Courts.Dictatorial vs Democratic. Municipal Government. Oscillators-Hartley. Lobbyists and Pressure Groups. Power.Plato.

China. India’s relations with U. Non-Alignment . ICONIC.. Administrative Corruption. India on the question of nuclear weapon. Evolution of World Politics .Relationship between Secretariats and Directorates.Egypt.Continuity and Charge .A.Role of Union and State Public Service Commissions and Training Institution.brief historical outline. Major Issues in Indian Foreign Policy .Concept and Techniques. space. developments in Sri Lanka.Chief Secretary . Echoic & Procedural) Ø Forgetting curve Ø Theories of forgetting 5. Cold War.Changing role of District Officers.: Conditions of Learning Ø Theory of classical conditioning Ø Theory of operant conditioning Ø Trial and error theory Ø Theory of insight learning Ø Programmed learning 4. India and the emerging international economic order. Gestalt View 3. Methods of Pscychophysics Attention: determinants of attention.making and Policy Formulation (b) Communication and Control (c) Leadership (d) Co-ordination. storage.(a) Balance of Power (b) Collective Security (c) Bipolarity and Unipolarity (d) Neo-Colonialism (e) Globalization. Memory: Encoding. selectivity of attention Perception: Movement. the Kashmir question and India becoming a nuclear power. Determinants of foreign policy.A.Parliamentary Control. Group-B International Relations Some Basic Concepts of International Relations .A. Recent Global Issues . PSYCHOLOGY : Paper – I : Basic psychological processes and development Scope and Methods of Psychology . peace keeping and global disarmament. Lebanon and Lybia. perceptual organization.N. Foreign Policy . Motivation and Emotion: Physiological and psychological basis of motivation and emotion Ø Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation . Cabinet Secretariat. Cognitive Processes: A) B) C) Sensation: attributes of sensation.. Right to Information. Organization of the State Governments in India .PMO. Learning. India and South East Asia. Executive and Judicial Control over administration. Accountability and Control . Sub-divisional Officers & Block Officer. Public opinion and Media.S. their interfaces with Local Self Government.Biological basis of behaviour 2.factors influencing intrinsic motivation Ø Theories of motivation .Maslow.Sino-Indian relations. Control of Parliamentary Committees. Indo-Pak conflicts and the liberation of Bangladesh.C. India and the U.R.Evolution of the Movement and Role of India. Regional Integrations. Indian role in promoting regional cooperation through S. United Nations. Control of Public Expenditure . depth and time perception. Grievance Redressal Machineries like Ombudsman. Recruitment and Training of Civil Servants in India . Collapse of the Soviet Union. Organization of the Union Government in India . Indian Administration . Development Administration .(a) Decision . system-India’s role in U. Role of Civil Society.League of Nations. fluctuation of attention.Processes of administration . Basic features. psychophysics (weber-Fechner Law). Mcclelland Page 47 of 54 .Evolution of the Concept. District Administration in India . Detente.N.Legislative. Japan & Russia. Secretariat Administration. retrieval Ø Types of Memory (STM & LTM. International Terrorism.

artificial. Mental health & adjustment .Freud. types Ø Organizational culture and climate Ø Occupational health hazards Page 48 of 54 . Tests of intelligence .concept of mental health & wellbeing Ø Stress & health . development and measurement Ø Attitude . Interest .concept and measurement 10. Thinking Ø Piaget's theory of cognitive development ~ Problem solving Ø Creative thinking . discrimination Ø Measurement. emotional.concept. concrete.Stanford Binet Ø Types of intelligence . Intelligence Ø Spearman's two factor theory Ø Thurstone' s theory Ø Guilford's structure of intellect Ø Gardner's theory Ø Measurement of intelligence . Canon-Bard and Schachter-Singer Theory Ø Effects of Motivation and emotion on behaviour 6.Social. Values and Interest Ø Definition of attitude. measurement and change concept Ø Stereotype. Psychological Disorders Ø Causes of abnormal behaviour Ø Anxiety disorders Ø Mood disorders Ø Schizophrenia Ø Substance abuse disorders 5 .formation. Eysenck and Rogers 2.IQ & deviation IQ. Personality Ø Theories of personality . Individual Difference: Nature . prejudice. abstract. spiritual Ø Gifted and mentally challenged children 7.criteria of adjustment Ø Management of stress 4. Erikson. Herzberg.Nurture controversy Ø Nature .Nature and stages 8. types. Development of behaviour : From birth to adolescence Ø Physical development Ø Emotional development Ø Moral development Ø Social development Paper – II : 1.. job analysis methods Ø Job Satisfaction Ø Theories of motivation. causes and consequence of stress Ø Adjustment . values and interests Ø Value . Organizational psychology Ø Personal selection. types of tests 3. Alderfer Ø Conflict in organization .Ø Theories of Emotion .nature.nurture controversy Ø Character and construction of standardized psychological tests. Attitude. Psychotherapy Ø Psychoanalysis Ø Cognitive Behaviour therapy Ø Client centered therapy 6.James-Lange Theory.sources. reduction of prejudice 9.

classification of groups & their contemporary significance. Subjective & Objective Culture. types of mobility. Social mobility . role. distribution. Application of Psychology to different fields a) Rehabilitation . ideal types. Page 49 of 54 . Max Weber . Metropolis. Religion in relation to solidarity and social conflict. Social organization of work in different types of Society . distribution. conformity and deviance. social control. Merton – Latent and manifest function and dysfunction.equality. magic.concept. Stratification & Mobility : a) b) Concepts . legitimacy.slave society. post – industrial society. Psychology and Methodology Ø Normal probability curve Ø Parametric and non-parametric statistics .Social action. Sociology and common sense. religion and society. mode of production. Economy & Society : a) Social aspects of production.Social system and its four major problems.characteristics Ø Hypothesis formation Ø Research variables and their control Ø Techniques of sampling SOCIOLOGY : Paper – I : Fundamentals of Sociology : a) b) c) Modernity and social changes in Europe and emergence of Sociology. Emile Durkheim. status. principles underlying effective teaching-learning c) Motivating and training people for entrepreneurship and economic development 10. Power. f) g) Inequality. pattern variables. Scope of the subject and comparison with other social sciences. Group Ø Types of group Ø Group versus team .Characteristics of a good leader with special reference to trans actual and transformational leadership 8.Psychology.7. class and religion Ø Delinquency and crime Ø Psychosocial problems related to old age 9. Personality and socialization. sources and consequences of mobility. authority. Pathfinders of Sociology : a) b) c) d) e) Karl Marx – Historical materialism. Social fact. hierarchy. Individual & groups : Personality & Socialization. reference groups. class struggle. Contemporary interpretations of Modern Sociology: Talcolt Parsons . exchange & consumption. poverty and deprivation. sociology of political life. Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism. collective consciousness and social solidarity. Social System : Equilibrium. Social problems Ø Problems of social integration caste. primary. exclusion. Types of human groups. Robert K.Influence of primary and secondary group on society Ø Structure and functions of group Ø Leadership . science and morality. types of authority and bureaucracy. Money. culture. secondary and tertiary prevention b) Education . social interaction and everyday life. conformity & deviance. feudal society. forms of interaction. Social aspects of production. and closed systems. exchange and consumption. industrial / capitalist society. Simmel : Formal Sociology : Forms & Types. inequality. alienation. heredity and environment.

Technology & social change. concepts of Page 50 of 54 . democracy. centres of power and political participation. kinship patterns and changes affecting those. Society & Culture in India : Unity & diversity. Some Major Institutions : Marriage. Agents of social change. Protest. modernity and tradition. Social control of science. Marxist / Dialectical (Desai) . gender socialization. religion & morality and science. division of labour and economic interdependence. Celebrity Culture. Social Inequality : Nature and types. castes & tribes. Dalit (Ambedkar). decision-making. bureaucracy. collective action. Education & social change. Approaches to the study of Indian Society : Indological (Ghurye). civil society. linguistic and regional groups. traditional concepts of hierarchy. family. social change. Major Social Groups : Religious groups. Technology and social change. revolution. Social consequences of science and technology. Religion & Society : a) b) Religion in modern society: religion and science. Survey Method . fundamentalism. Education. religious revivalism. Scientific temper. Social responsibility of science. Dominant Culture. citizenship. Labour & Society. inequality. contemporary trends. agitation. Science & Technology : a) b) c) d) e) f) Ethos of science. religion and society. Experimentation in Sociology. the Backward Classes. contestation. caste and class. Magic. social movements.state. pressure groups and political parties. Field Method – Observation (participant and non-participant) as technique. Nation . Science.Questionnaires and interviews as technique. ideology. Social research and methods of enquiry: a) b) c) d) Importance of social research. pluralism.b) c) Formal and informal organization of work. Structural-functional (Srinivas). secularization. Politics and Society : a) b) c) Power elite. Social & cultural change in modern society : a) b) c) d) e) f) Paper – II : Development and dependency.

Bayes’ Theorem and its applications Random Variables : Definition of discrete and continuous random variables. General Ideas: Planning and execution of sample surveys. Sample Survey: Concepts of a Finite Population and a Sample. Statement of Central Limit Theorem (i.i. cumulative distribution function (c. Cluster and multistage sampling. limitations of Classical definition. Partial Correlation. Stratified random sampling. Statistical Inference: Point & Interval Estimations and Testing of Hypothesis: Point estimation: Requirements of a good estimator – notions of Mean Square Error. Judgement and probability sampling. ratio and regression methods of estimation. Biases and Errors. Rao-Balckwellisation. atrocities. Convergence in Probability. Page 51 of 54 . Concepts of Uniformly Most Accurate (UMA) confidence sets. Chebyshev’s inequality.d.) and its properties (with proof). Need for Sampling.equality and social justice in relation to traditional hierarchies. Problem of youth. Random Vector: Probability mass and density functions. Distribution Function. Convergence in Distribution. probability mass function (p. Globalisation & ecological crisis in India : Ecological and Environmental movements in India. Probability of union and intersection of events. Expectation and Moments.). Kolmogorov’s Axiomatic definition (detailed discussion on discrete space only).m. industrialization & urbanization. social reforms. Unbiasedness: Minimum Variance Unbiasedness and Best Linear Unbiasedness. Mean vector and Dispersion matrix. STATISTICS : Paper – I : Probability theory: Definition of probability: Classical and relative-frequency approach to probability.) and probability density function (p. Mass illiteracy. Simple and Composite hypotheses.f. Weak Law of Large Numbers and its applications. maximum likelihood and minimum chi-square Elements of Hypothesis Testing : Null and Alternative hypotheses. Multonomial and Multivariate Normal Distributions. Sanskritisation and secularization. Multiple Regression. Child labour.dowry.d. Conditional probability and Independence of events. Level of Significance and Size. changing patterns of stratification. MP and UMP tests. Neyman Pearson lemma. legislative and executive measures. social movements. Type I and Type II Errors. relationship with tests of hypotheses.f. Determination of sample size in simple random sampling. Statistical Independence. special problems . Ellipsoid of Concentration. Joint distribution of two random variables. least square. directed and undirected change. education.f. marginal and conditional distributions. analysis of data and reporting. Women & children : Demographic profile of women. Tables of Random Numbers and their uses Simple Random Sampling with and without replacement. p-value. Complete Enumeration and Sample Surveys. Social change in modern India : Westernization. Consistency. Critical Region.d. occupation. Problems relating to old age.moments. Sufficiency and factorization theorem. Juvenile delinquency. Power. Drug addiction. discrimination. Interval Estimation: Confidence intervals. Social problems in India : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Poverty in rural and urban areas. Systematic sampling. existing programmes for women and their impact. Multiple Correlation. multiple correlation and partial correlation – their properties and related results. Methods of estimation. associations and pressure groups. case) & its applications. Problem of violence. Marginal and Conditional Distributions. child welfare programmes. Multivariate Analysis: Multivariate data – multiple regression. Likelihood ratio tests. Population problem. Situational analysis of children.

Paper – II : Industrial Statistics: Introduction: Concepts of Quality and Quality Control. Randomized Block Design (RBD) and Latin Square Design. Population Statistics: Introduction: Sources of Population Data – Census data. Linear Hypothesis. Product Control: Producer’s Risk. Replication and Local Control. Neonatal and Perinatal Mortality Rates. failure rate and reliability functions. Price Index Numbers: Construction. Acceptance Sampling Plan. Their applications in various sectors in India.Various formulae and their comparisons. Linear Programming: Formulation of LP problems. Rates and ratios of vital events. Measurements of Fertility: Crude Birth Rate. Growth Curve models. Stable population and Stationary population. ratio to trend method. np) (including unequal subgroup size) and variables ( X . Lorenz curves. Measurements of Mortality: Crude Death rate. Cohort vs.OC and ASN. Sequential sampling plan. Standard Designs and their Analyses: Completely Randomized Design (CRD). Official statistics: The Statistical system in India: The Central and State Government organizations. Exponential smoothing method of forecasting.22 and 23 experiments. Trend and Seasonal Components: Estimation of trend by linear filtering (simple and weighted movingaverages ) and curve fitting ( polynomial. Current Life Tables. Process Control and Product Control. Factorial Designs. Page 52 of 54 . the functions of the Central Statistical Organization (CSO). Interpretation of nonrandom patterns of points. Orthogonal splitting of total variation. Registration data and the errors in such data. Some Important Indices: Consumer Price Index. Single and Double sampling plans by attributes. Shapes and Sizes of Plots and Blocks. their OC. expenditure and production approaches. Chain Index Number. c. Case fatality rate and Cause of Death Rate. Estimation of seasonal component by ratio to moving-average method. Principles of experimental design: Randomization. Standardized death Rate. applications of the ANOVA technique to: one-way classified data. Additive and Multiplicative models. Construction of complete life table from population and death statistics. Specific Death Rate. Construction of control charts by attributes (p. Process Control: Control Charts and their uses. Uses. Simplex algorithm. exponential ). Age Specific Fertility Rate. Industrial - Measurement of income inequality: Gini’s coefficient. Tests for index numbers. R). ASN ( and ATI ).Analysis of variance and Design of Experiments: Heterogeneity and Analysis of Variance and Covariance. Choice of Subgroup sizes. Simple LP model and its graphical solution. Total Fertility Rate. Application of Pareto and Lognormal as income distributions. National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO) and West Bengal Bureau of Applied Economics and Statistics. Quantity and Value indices. Infant Mortality Rate. two-way classified data with equal number of observations per cell (fixed effects model only). Concept of Reliability. Limitations. reliability of series and parallel systems. Auto Regressive processes of orders one and two. some special processes-: Moving Average process. Uniformity trials. Components of a times series. Wholesale Price Index and Index of Production – methods of construction and uses. Life tables: Descriptions of Complete and Abridged Life Tables and their uses. General Fertility Rate. Economic Statistics: Index Numbers: Price. LTPD and AOQL . National Income statistics: Income. Consumer’s Risk. Time Series Analysis: Introduction: Examples of time series from various fields.

Pollutants types and nature. ANOVA. Lysosome. Migration of Birds Aerodynamics in birds flight. Biopiracy.ZOOLOGY : Paper – I : Group A : Short/objective questions. Insecta & Mollusca. Golgi complex. Evolutionary position of Sphenodon and Monotremata Poison apparatus. Sense organs in Mollusca and Arthropoda. Autosomal & sex linked inheritance in Drosophila & Man. Wildlife management strategies with reference to Tiger. Goodness of fit. Outline classifications of Protozoa upto Phyla 02. Neoteny and paedogenesis. megadiversity countries. Limulus Social Organisation in insects – Honey bee & Termites Chordata Specialized Features: Ciliary mode of feeding in lower chordates. Cell cycle. Measure of Central Tendency. ABO blood group. Excretion and Osmoregulation in Annelida. Arthropoda & Mollusca. phenetics and cladistics. Innate and learned behaviour. values. Comparative anatomy of heart. mortality. FAP (Fixed Action Plan). This group will cover the whole content of the Paper (I) Non-Chordata & Chordata 01. Echolocation in Chiroptera and Caetacea Ecology. Integumentary derivatives in mammals. Altruism and Kinship Biodiversity : Definition. in-situ and Ex-situ conservation. Specialized Features: Conjugation in ciliates Polymorphism in Siphonophora Coral reefs: types and formation Evolutionary position of Onychophora. Sex determinations in Drosophila & Page 53 of 54 . population density regulation. Classification of chordata upto orders. Acute and chronic toxicity due to air and water pollution. Retrogressive metamorphosis. Niche concept and resource Partitioning Ecological succession. bird and mammals. Mitochondria. Student t test Chi square. Elementary concept on remote sensing for sustainable diversity. Locomotion in Protozoa Annelida. Biting mechanism and types of poison in snakes. Probability. Group B : Non Chordata Group C : Pollution : Green house effect. natality. ER. 03. Ruminant stomach. Hot spots. aortic arches & Kidney Respiratory structure and function in fish. This group will cover the whole content of the Paper (II) Group B : Cell Biology & Genetics : Ultra structure & functioning of – Plasmamembrane. Selfishness. Levels. Population Dynamics — Growth forms. Chromosome. Co-operation. species concept. Biodiversity and Ethology Energy flow. Rhino and Elephant. Paper – II : Group A : Short/objective questions. Systematics and Quantitative Biology Codes of Zoological nomenclature. Allele : Types. 3 point chromosome mapping in diploid with problems. Bombay phenotype. Outline classifications of Porifera to Hemichordata upto classes. Nucleosome.

Albinisim. Role of protooncogene & Tumor Supressor Genes. Immunoglobulin classification. General idea of insect endocrine glands and their function. Restriction Endonucleases Transgenic animals. Pathophysiology of Tuberculosis. adrenal. Life-cycle. Role of haemoglobin in oxygen & carbon di oxide transport. Macromolecules : Protein. RAPD. fertilization. Adaptive features of Aquatic. Leishmania. fat & carbohydrates. Hardy Weinberg equilibrium and factors affecting it. Sickle cell anaemia. Basic concept of cell signalling. Down. Osmoregulation : Types and mechanism in aquatic vertebrates. Muscular contraction. Organogenesis : Eye and heart. wheat and jute – damage & control. Evolution & adaptation : Origin of life. RFLP. Mechanism of hormone action. endocrine pancreas. Foetal haemoglobin. Replication. ******** Page 54 of 54 . Common pests of paddy. Group C : Developmental Biology Gametogenesis. Glycolysis. Recombinant DNA : Vector. Parasitology & Immunology : Morphology. Organizer. Hormonal control of reproductive cycles in mammals. Economic Zoology : Pisciculture. Neutral theory. Thalassemia. continental drift. Pituitary. DNA finger printing. Transamination & oxidative and non-oxidative deamination. Klinefelter and Turner syndrome. Ancylostoma & Wuchereria. ELISA . Operon concept – Lac & Tryptophan.Man. Mutations & Mutagenesis. T cell receptors. IPM. gonads. Principle of cloning. Placenta : Types and formation. pentose phosphate pathway. Horse & Man. Histology & Endocrinology : Histology : Cell types and functions. Fossilization. Physiology of nerve impulse and propagation. Transcription and m RNA processing & Translation in prokaryots. Zoogeographical realms. Pathogenecity and control of Plasmodium. T & B cell cooperation. Vitamines. Antigen-antibody reaction. Physiology & Biochemistry : Enzymes : Classes. Types of virus. Types of cattle breed in India. IVF basic concept. Thyroid. TLC. kinetics and factors affecting enzyme action. Fasciola. Principles and use of instruments – Spectrophotometer. Evolution : Elephant. Mimicry and colouration. Sericulture & Poultry. Taenia. Human Genome Project. Gastrulation in frog and chick. natural selection : modern view. induction and competence. Principles and importance of vaccination. cytokines. Volant and desert animals. PCR. cleavage-types and examples. Apiculture. complements.

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful

Master Your Semester with Scribd & The New York Times

Special offer for students: Only $4.99/month.

Master Your Semester with a Special Offer from Scribd & The New York Times

Cancel anytime.