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ANDHRA PRADESH PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION: HYDERABAD
NOTIFICATION NO.26/2016, Dt.27/12/2016

LECTURERS IN GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGES IN A.P. COLLEGIATE
EDUCATION SERVICE
(GENERAL RECRUITMENT)
PARA – 1:
Applications are invited On-line for recruitment to the post of Lecturers in
Government Degree Colleges in A.P. Collegiate Education Service.
The proforma Application will be available on Commission‟s Website
(www.psc.ap.gov.in) or (http://appscapplications17.apspsc.gov.in) from 29/12/2016 to
28/01/2017 (Note:28/01/2017 is the last date for payment of fee up- to 11:59 mid
night).
For applying to the post, the applicant has to visit www.psc.ap.gov.in and click
the corresponding link given there or alternatively use the URL
http://appscapplications17.apspsc.gov.in to directly access the application.
The Commission conducts Screening test in Off - Line mode in case applicants
exceed 25,000 in number and main examination in On-Line mode for candidates selected
in screening test.
If the screening test is to be held, the date of screening test will be communicated
through Commission‟s Website.
The Main Examination is likely to be held On-Line through computer based test on
06/06/2017 FN & AN. There would be objective type questions which are to be answered
on computer system. Instructions regarding computer based recruitment test are attached
as Annexure - III.
MOCK TEST facility would be provided to the applicants to acquaint themselves
with the computer based recruitment test. Applicant can visit the website and practice the
answering pattern under MOCK TEST option available on main page of website
www.psc.ap.gov.in or http://appscapplications17.apspsc.gov.in
HALL TICKETS can be downloaded 7 days before commencement of
Examination.
All desirous and eligible applicants shall apply ON-LINE after satisfying
themselves that they are eligible as per the terms and conditions of this recruitment
notification. The details are as follows:PC.
No.

18
19
20

English
Telugu
Hindi
Urdu

Z-1

Z-2

Z-3

Z-4

Total
Vacancies

11
05
--01
09
02
05
05
07
06
06
04
05
-01
--

16
7
02
--16
06
08
07
12
15
12
08
06
02
01
--

10
2
02
01
-05
04
02
07
06
04
05
06
05
01
-02

21
8
03
05
-20
05
07
10
13
14
17
10
09
03
01
03

58
22
07
06
01
50
17
22
29
38
39
40
28
25
06
03
05

01

15

25

23
--

24
01

81
02
504

Oriya
Commerce
Economics
History
Political Science
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Botany
Zoology
Statistics
Bio-Technology
Micro-Biology
Computer
05
04
Applications
Computer Science
11
23
Geology
-01
Grand Total

Age as on
01/07/2016
Min – Max.

18-42*

Scale of
Pay
Rs.

Rs.15,600 – 39,100 with Rs. 6000 AGP
Revised UGC Scales of 2006

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Name of the
Subject

2
IMPORTANT NOTE: Distribution of vacancies among roster points is subject to variation
and confirmation from the Unit Officer/ Appointing authority.
(The Details of vacancies viz., Community, Zonal-wise and Gender wise (General /
Women) may be seen at Annexure-I)
PARA-2: EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Applicants must possess the qualifications from a recognized University as
detailed below or equivalent thereto, subject to various specifications in the relevant
service rules and as per the indent received from the Department as on the date of
notification.
Sl.
No

Name of the Post

Educational Qualifications
i) Good academic record with a minimum of 55% marks or an equivalent
Grade of B in the 7 point scale with letter grades O, A, B, C, D, E & F at the
Masters Degree level, in the relevant subject, obtained from the
Universities recognized in India.
ii) Should have passed National Eligibility Test (NET) for lecturers
conducted by UGC, CSIR or similar tests accredited by the UGC or SLET
conducted by the Osmania University in terms of G.O. Ms. No. 19, Higher
Education (CE-1-I), Dept., Dt. 24/02/2011 and by Andhra University,
Visakhapatnam in terms of G.O.Ms. No.47, Higher Education (CE-1)Dept.,
dt.02/12/2015.

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Lecturers in Government
Degree Colleges In A.P.
Collegiate Education
Service.

N.B.:1. A relaxation of 5% marks may be provided, from (55% to 50% of
marks) at the Master‟s Level for the SC/ST/PH category.
2. A relaxation of 5% marks may be provided, (from 55% to 50% of marks)
to the Ph.D., Degree holders who have passed their Master‟s Degree prior
to 19.09.1991.
3. “NET/SLET shall remain the minimum eligibility condition for recruitment
and appointment of Lecturers in Government Degree Colleges”.
Provided, however, that candidates who are or have been awarded
Ph.D degree in compliance of the University Grants Commission (minimum
standards and procedure for award of Ph.D. Degree) Regulations, 2009
shall be exempted from the requirements of the minimum eligibility
condition of NET / SLET for recruitments and appointment of Lecturers in
Government Degree Colleges. (As per G.O. Ms. No. 47 Higher Education
(CE.I-1) Department., dt.14/05/2007 read with G.O. Ms. No. 128, Higher
Education(CE-I-1) Dept., dt.24/08/2010)

PARA-3 AGE: No person shall be eligible for direct recruitment if he/she is less than 18
years of age and if he/she is more than 42 years of age as on 01/07/2016.
As per G.O.Ms.No.396 General Administration (Ser-A) dept., Dt.05/11/2016 the upper age
limit is raised by 8 years i.e., from 34 to 42 years.
Age Relaxation: The upper age limit prescribed above is relaxable in the following cases:
Sl.

Category of candidates

Relaxation of age
permissible

1

2

3

1.

Retrenched temporary employees in the State Census
Department with a minimum service of 6 months.

3 Years

2.

A.P. State Government Employees (Employees of
APSEB, APSRTC, Corporations, Municipalities etc.
are not eligible).

5 Years based on
the length of regular
service.

3.

Ex-Service men including those who are applying for
reemployment one year before completion of specified
terms of engagement

3 years & length of
service rendered in
the armed forces.

4.

N.C.C.(who have worked as Instructor in N.C.C.)

3 Years & length of
service rendered in

No.

3
the N.C.C.
5.

SC/ST and BCs

5 Years

6.

Physically Handicapped persons

10 Years

EXPLANATION:
After provision of the relaxation of Age in Col. No. 3 of table above; the age shall
not exceed the maximum age prescribed for the post for the candidates at Sl. No. 3 & 4.
The age relaxation for Ex-Servicemen is applicable for those who have been
released from Armed Forces otherwise than by way of dismissal or discharge on account
of misconduct or inefficiency.

PARA - 4: RESERVATION TO LOCAL CANDIDATES:
Reservation of appointment in favour of local candidates for this recruitment is not
applicable as per Departmental Special Rules and indent for notification of vacancies.

DEFINITION OF LOCAL CANDIDATE:

"LOCAL CANDIDATE" means a candidate for direct recruitment to any post
in relation to that Local area(s) where he/she has studied in Educational
Institution(s) for not less than four consecutive academic years prior to and
including the year in which he/she appeared for S.S.C or its equivalent
examination. If however, he/she has not studied in any educational
institution during the above four years period, it is enough if he/she has
resided in that area which is claimed as his/her local area during the above
said period.

In case a candidate does not fall within the scope of above then, if he/she
has studied for a period of not less than seven years prior to and inclusive
of the year in which he/she has studied SSC or its equivalent, he/she will be
regarded as local candidate on the basis of the maximum period out of the
said period of seven years AND where the period of his/her study in two or
more local areas is equal, such local area where he/she has studied last in
such equal periods will be taken for determining the local candidature.
Similarly, if he/she has not studied during the above said period in any
Educational Institution(s) the place of residence during the above period will
be taken into consideration and local candidature determined with reference
to the maximum period of residence or in the case of equal period where
he/she has resided last in such equal periods.

If the claim for local candidature is based on study, the candidate is
required to produce a certificate from the Educational Institution(s) where
he/she has studied during the said 4/7-year period. If, however, it is based
on residence, a certificate should be obtained from an officer of the
Revenue Department not below the rank of a Mandal Revenue Officer in
independent charge of a Mandal.

If, however, a candidate has resided in more than one Mandal during the
relevant four/seven years period but within the same District or Zone as the
case may be separate certificates from the Mandal Revenue Officers
exercising jurisdiction have to be obtained in respect of different areas.

NOTE:
(A)

Single certificate, whether of study or residence would suffice for enabling
the candidate to apply as a "LOCAL CANDIDATE".

(B) RESIDENCE CERTIFICATE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED, IF A CANDIDATE
HAS STUDIED IN ANY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION UPTO S.S.C. OR
EQUIVALENT EXAMINATION, SUCH CANDIDATES HAVE TO PRODUCE
STUDY CERTIFICATES INVARIABLY. THE CANDIDATES, WHO
ACQUIRED DEGREE FROM OPEN UNIVERSITIES WITHOUT STUDYING
SSC/
MATRICULATION
OR
EQUIVALENT
IN
EDUCATIONAL
INSTITUTIONS, HAVE TO SUBMIT RESIDENCE CERTIFICATE ONLY.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS MEANS A RECOGNIZED INSTITUTION BY
THE GOVERNMENT / UNIVERSITY/COMPETENT AUTHORITY.

Prakasam and Nellore.apspsc. Mobile Number etc. Mother Name & Date of Birth as per his/her Secondary Education Board Class X Certificate.M & 1. community. (GNT.5 HOW TO APPLY: A) HOW TO UPLOAD THE APPLICATION FORM: (i) The Applicants have to read the User manual for On-Line submission of application and then proceed further.  At the payment Gateway the candidate has to give his/her Basic Personal Details such as Name of the candidate.. (EG. KDP.30 P.  All the candidates are requested to submit their application with correct data. It is only a confirmation of the fee received.  ii) Hand written/ Typed/ Photostat copies/ outside printed Application Form will not be accepted and liable for rejection.M to 1. Date of payment and Date of Birth to get and fill the format of Application and should submit ON-LINE.  IV STEP:. Candidate should enter his/her particulars i.VZM) 2.com NOTE:  The Commission is not responsible. Issue of Journal Number does not mean that the candidate has completed the submission of application online. Name. Kadapa. .08/08/2016 of Government of Andhra Pradesh shall obtain the migration certificate and produce at the time of verification. Anantapur and Kurnool. Dated.gov. Gender. Date of Birth. Zones: 1.KNL) PARA . It is informed that such requests will not be entertained after one week of the last date of submission for application.in or (http://appscapplications17.  iv)For any problems related to Online submission and downloading of HallTickets please  contact 040-23120055 (Call Time: 10. The applicants are therefore. the candidate will be issued a “Journal Number” with which he / she can proceed with submission of Application online. ATP.e. Scan the above Photo and Signature and Upload in the appropriate space provided (JPG Format) in Application Form. PKM.in)  I STEP: The Candidate after satisfying himself/ herself about the eligibility criteria for the notification shall pay fee through corresponding notification Online Payment Form.The applicants have to invariably fill all the relevant columns in the Application and should submit ON-LINE.M) or mail to appschelpdesk@gmail.M to 5.psc. Srikakulam.  II STEP: After payment of Fee the Applicant should visit Online Application Form Submission link and enter the Journal Number. Visakahpatnam and Vizianagaram. for any omissions by the applicant in bio-data particulars while submitting the application form On-Line.4 (C) Candidates are advised to refer provisions of the PRESIDENTIAL ORDER 1975 in this regard (D) Candidates who have migrated from Telangana to Andhra Pradesh as per terms laid out in circular memo No.ap. It is noticed that some of the candidates are requesting for change in the data. NLR) 4. after submission of the application. VSP.00 P. (E) Each of the following zones comprises the districts mentioned against each zone. whether the candidate belongs to Andhra Pradesh State. (SKM. advised to strictly follow the instructions given in the User guide before submitting the application.30 P. WG.  iii) Applicants willing to serve anywhere in Andhra Pradesh should alone apply. KST) 3. Father Name. Chittoor. User manual is available at www. Guntur. East Godavari. West Godavari and Krishna. On receipt of fee at Payment Gateway. (CTR.  III STEP: The applicant shall affix a recent Colour Passport Size Photograph on a White Paper and then sign below the photograph with Black Pen.4136/SPF & MC/2015-5.gov.30 A.

Any objection filed after expiry of one week from the date of publication of key would not be entertained.O.6: (a) FEE: Applicant must pay Rs. OTHERWISE APPLICATION FORM WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.only.  Applicants belonging to the categories mentioned above (except Physically Handicapped Persons & Ex-Service Men) hailing from other States are not entitled for exemption from payment of fee and not entitled for claiming any kind of reservation.A (Ser-. b) Mode of Payment of Fee: i) The Fee mentioned in the above paragraph is to be paid through Payment Gateway or Net Banking/ Credit card /Debit Card. Candidates should. PARA-7: SCHEME OF EXAMINATION:. PARA .P. 250/.  SC.  Before Uploading/Submission Application Form. after conduct of the examination. therefore. the following categories of candidates are exempted from payment of examination fee Rs. The list of Banks providing service for the purpose of online remittance of Fee will available on the website. Iii) IPOs / Demand Drafts are not accepted.  Families having Household Supply White Card issued by Civil Supplies Department. G. . and data entry processed.(Rupees One Hundred and Twenty only) towards Examination Fee. In case of other examinations which are not objective type also any objection shall be filed within one week after date of last examination. dated: 18/10/1996 should submit declaration at an appropriate time to the Commission. ANSWER KEY AND OTHER MATTER In the case of objective type examination. the key. THE INFORMATION IF ANY FURNISHED BY THE CANDIDATE SUBSEQUENTLY WILL NOT BE ENTERTAINED BY THE COMMISSION UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. PARA . be very careful in Uploading / Submitting the Application Form Online. IF ANY LAPSE IS DETECTED DURING THE SCRUTINY.  INCOMPLETE/INCORRECT APPLICATION FORM WILL BE SUMMARILY REJECTED. THE CANDIDATURE WILL BE REJECTED EVEN THOUGH HE/SHE COMES TO THE FINAL STAGE OF RECRUITMENT PROCESS OR EVEN AT A LATER STAGE. However the Commission reserves the right to allot the applicant to any centre.5  The particulars furnished by the applicant in the Application Form will be taken as final. Any objections with regard to the key and any other matter shall be filed within one week of the publication of the key on the website of the Commission. the Commission would publish on its website..120/.No. duly creating a new center for administrative reasons of examination depending on the availability of the resources like centres / systems. A. Failure to pay the examination fee and application fee (in non . the Candidates should carefully ensure his/her eligibility for this examination.A) Dept. However. Government.439. PARA – 9 RESOLUTION OF DISPUTES RELATED TO QUESTION PAPER. (Residents of Andhra Pradesh)  Un-employed youth in the age group of 18 to 42 years as per G. ii) The fee once remitted shall not be refunded or adjusted under any circumstances. PH & Ex-Service Men. NO RELEVANT COLUMN OF THE APPLICATION FORM SHOULD BE LEFT BLANK.Ms. APPLICANTS SHOULD BE CAREFUL IN FILLING-UP THE APPLICATION FORM AND SUBMISSION.8: CENTRES FOR THE ON-LINE EXAMINATION: The Examination will be held at Vijayawada or Guntur only.(Rupees Two Hundred and Fifty Only) towards application processing fee and Rs 120/. The objections if any would be examined and the decision of the Commission in this regard shall be final. based on these particulars. BC. ST.The Scheme & Syllabus for the examination has been shown in Annexure-II.exempt case) will entail total rejection of application.

 Reservation to Disabled persons is subject to their eligibility to any of the above category of posts and shall be subject to Special Rules/Adhoc Rules governing the posts. 81 General Administration (Ser. 40. Ms No.P.  The Commission is empowered under the provisions of Article 315 and 320 of the Constitution of India read with relevant laws. Rule -2(28) Explanation: No person who professes a religion different from Hinduism shall be deemed a member of Schedule Caste.O. whether from official or non-official sources for appointment to this service. and. Ms. A) Department.No.  The Recruitment will be processed as per this Notification and also as per the Rules and Instructions issued by the Government and also as decided by the Commission from time to time in terms of respective Special Rules/ Adhoc Rules governing the Recruitment applicable in this regard. the same shall be referred to the Appellate Medical Boards as per the instructions of the Government Orders of Hon‟ble Supreme Court with reference to reservations for PH will be applied.  Caste & Community: Community Certificate issued by the competent authority in terms of G. and these will be further dealt with as per G. duly following the principle of order of merit as per Rule 3(vi) of the APPSC Rules of Procedure read with relevant statutory provisions and ensuring that the whole recruitment and selection process is carried out with utmost regard to maintain secrecy and confidentiality so as to ensure that the principle of merit is scrupulously followed. State and Subordinate Service Rules are applicable.18/10/2016 will also be applicable. if he himself or through relations or friends or any others has canvassed or endeavored to enlist for his candidature. There shall be no waiting list as per G. 58. State and Subordinate Service Rules. whether in permanent or temporary capacity or as work charged employees are however required to inform in writing. A candidate shall be disqualified for appointment. Regulation PME of Commission‟s regulations issued vide G. Dated 22/02/1997 and Rule 6 of APPSC Rules of procedure.385.28-10-1975. No.No..  Reservation and eligibility in terms of General Rule 22 of A. extraneous support.  The Reservation to Women will apply as per G.  The persons already in Government Service/ Autonomous bodies/ Government aided institutions etc. Any guidelines or clarification is based on the said Rules.O. 250/.. G.O. DWCDA & SC (Prog.  The post is State Cadre and gazetted category and organized into zones Local reservation is not applicable as per G.. . along with processing fee of Rs. The required extent of deformity and the genuineness of the Medical Certificate and in case of ambiguity or doubt.A (Ser-A) Dept. any matter will be processed as per the relevant General and Special Rules in force.O. No. In any case. regulations and executive instructions and all other enabling legal provisions in this regard to conduct examination for appointment to the posts notified herein. II) Dt.O.(Rupees Two Hundred and Fifty only) through different channels as indicated at Para-6. their Head of Office/ Department that they have applied for this recruitment. no cognizance will be taken by Commission of any vacancies arising or reported after the completion of the selection and recruitment process or the last date as decided by the Commission as far as this Notification is concerned. SCs & STs belonging to other States are not entitled for reservation. & Rule cited above. 1996 read with the relevant Special Rules applicable to any particular service in the departments. in case of any necessity.674 GA (SPF – A) DT. As per General Rules for State and Subordinate Service Rules. BCs.  Rules: The various conditions and criterion prescribed herein are governed by the General Rules of A.120/-(Rupees Eighty only). SW (J) Dept. dt: 12/5/97 should be submitted at appropriate time. Ms.6 PARA -10 NOTE ON IMPORTANT RECRUITMENT PROCESS: LEGAL PROVISIONS GOVERNING THE  Vacancies: The recruitment will be made to the notified vacancies only. 25/07/2016.P.Ms. Candidates belonging to other States shall pay the prescribed fee of Rs.Ms.  The Commission is also empowered to invoke the penal provisions of the other Public Examinations (Prevention of Malpractices and Unfair means) Act 25/97 for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto in respect of this Notification.O. rules. Dt. Otherwise such applications will not be considered and no correspondence on this will be entertained.

3. Absence in any of the tests will automatically render the disqualification of the candidature.  Government had issued orders in G. 1.Break up of vacancies Annexure.2013. 2. 26 Backward Classes Welfare(C) Department. is compulsory. in case of doubt of proof of recognition by the Distance Education Council that their Degrees / Universities have been recognized. 3. Ms. The candidates will be selected and allotted to Service/ Department as per their rank in the merit list and as per Zonal / Post preference opted by the applicant at the time of making application to the post online N. 3. candidates will be picked up in the ratio of 50 per one notified post for the main examination in order of General Merit. PARA. No.11 Please read the following Annexure appended to the notification before filling the application form Annexure.O. Backward Classes Welfare(C-2) Department. the Candidature will be rejected without further correspondence.  Degrees obtained by the candidates through Open Universities / Distance Education mode are required to have recognition by the Distance Education Council. dated 4/4/2006 read with G. Ms.Instructions to candidates Annexure. THE SELECTION OF CANDIDATES FOR APPOINTMENT TO THE POSTS WILL BE MADE IN TWO SUCCESSIVE STAGES VIZ. dated. No. IGNOU. No. all the eligible applicants would be allowed to appear for the main examination. In case where no screening test is held. No. Dated 04. In case of failure to produce the same on the day of verification.III. Government of Andhra Pradesh has adopted all the criteria to determine the Creamy Layer among Backward Classes as fixed by the Government of India. 7388-97 of 2010. Dated 09. if qualified.12.I. If any candidate fails to produce the certificates and/or . The onus. the candidates claiming to be belonging to Non-Creamy layer Backward Class have to obtain a Certificate regarding their exclusion from the Creamy Layer from the competent authority (Tahasildar) and produce the same at appropriate time of verification. 26 Backward Classes Welfare(C) Department. No.II.7  Reservation to BC-E group will be subject to the adjudication of the litigation before the Honorable Courts including final orders in Civil Appeal No: (a) 2628-2637 of 2010 in SLP. rest with the candidate. The minimum qualifying marks in the examination for consideration of a candidate to the selection process in case of OC category is 40%. they will not be accepted for purpose of educational qualification.04. Only those candidates who qualify in the written examination by being ranked high will be called for interview in 1:2 ratio. In view of the Government orders.O. Unless such degrees had been recognized by the Distance Education Council. ST and PH categories is 30% or as per the relevant rules. i) Written Examination (Objective Type) And ii) Oral Test in the shape of Interview only for those qualified as per Rules.B : Mere securing of minimum qualifying marks does not confer any right to the candidate for being considered to the selection.2006 read with G. 25/03/2010 and orders from the Government. THE FINAL SELECTION OF CANDIDATES FOR APPOINTMENT TO THE POSTS WILL BE BASED ON THE MERIT IN THE COMPUTER BASED EXAMINATION AND ORAL TEST (INTERVIEW) MARKS PUT TOGETHER TO BE HELD AS PER THE SCHEME OF EXAMINATION ENUNCIATED AT PARA 7 ABOVE.Scheme & Syllabus Annexure.12. as and when called for by the Commission for certificate verification.LIST OF SC / ST /BC‟s PARA-12: PROCEDURE OF SELECTION: In case screening test is conducted as referred above. based on the Merit in screening test. The minimum qualifying mark is relaxable in the case of SC/ST/BC/PH at the discretion of the Commission. in G.O. Ms.2013 laying down the criteria to determine Creamy Layer among Backward Classes in order to exclude from the provisions of reservations. Appearance in all the papers and also for interview in case called upon.. 4. Dated 09. Any candidate shall produce Original documents. Backward Classes Welfare(C-2) Department.IV. Ms.O. BC category is 35% and for SC.

PARA-13: DEBARMENT:  Candidates should make sure of their eligibility to the post applied for and that the declaration made by them in the format of application regarding their eligibility is correct in all respects. conduct of examination and at all consequent stages culminating in the selection or otherwise of any candidate shall be final in all respects and binding on all concerned. Further candidates shall be liable for penalty as per G.A.8 the particulars furnished in the Application do not tally with the Original documents produced by the candidate. Dt. Gazette No. 5. As candidature for the recruitment is processed through Computer/Electronic devices based on the particulars furnished in the Application Form. HYDERABAD DATE:27/12/2016 Sd/SECRETARY . duly intimating details thereof to all concerned..(Ser.  MEMORANDUM OF MARKS: Answer key would be published on the website and also as marks of each candidate are also displayed on website.No. it is hereby clarified that the said preferences are only indicative for being considered to the extent possible but not binding or limiting the Commission‟s powers enjoyed under Article 315 and 320 of the Constitution of India. subject to fulfilling the selection criterion. Therefore. While the Commission calls for preference of candidates in respect of Posts in the Application Form. Part-IV. The Chief Superintendent of the examination centre is authorized to take decision in case of malpractice or usage of unfair means or creation of disturbance or use of physical force by any candidate and report the matter to the competent authority as well register a police case.O.18/10/2016.  The Penal Provisions of Act 25/97 published in the A. PARA-14: COMMISSION‟S DECISION TO BE FINAL: The decision of the Commission in all aspects and all respects pertaining to the application and its acceptance or rejection as the case may be. Commission also reserves its right to alter and modify the terms and conditions laid down in the notification for conducting the various stages up to selection. The appointment of selected candidates will be subject to their being found medically fit in the appropriate medical classification. Any candidate furnishing in-correct information or making false declaration regarding his/her eligibility at any stage or suppressing any information is liable TO BE DEBARRED FOR FIVE YEARS FROM APPEARING FOR ANY OF THE EXAMINATIONS CONDUCTED BY THE COMMISSION. and if he/she is of sound health. active habits free from any bodily defect or infirmity. his/her candidature will be rejected and he/she would be disqualified without any further correspondence. the Commission has the power to assign a successful candidate to any of the notified posts for which he is considered by them to be qualified and eligible. under the powers vested with it under Article 315 and 320 of the Constitution of India. A) Dept.G. or as deemed necessary by the Commission at any stage.B Extraordinary dated: 21/08/1997 shall be invoked if malpractice and unfair means are noticed at any stage of the recruitment. such a candidate may in addition to rendering himself/ herself liable to criminal prosecution. the candidate is advised to fill in all the relevant particulars carefully.P. as warranted by any unforeseen circumstances arising during the course of this process.Ms. 6. and summarily rejection of their candidature for this recruitment. no separate memorandum of marks would be issued. 35.385.  The Commission is vested with the constitutional duty of conducting recruitment and selection as per rules duly maintaining utmost secrecy and confidentiality in this process and any attempt by anyone causing or likely to cause breach of this constitutional duty in such manner or by such action as to violate or likely to violate the fair practices followed and ensured by the Commission will be sufficient cause for rendering such questionable means as ground for debarment and penal consequences as per law and rules as per decision of the Commission.  Any candidate is or has been found impersonating or procuring impersonation by any person or resorting to any other irregular or improper means in connection with his / her candidature for selection or obtaining support of candidature by any means. will be liable to be debarred permanently from any exam or selection held by the Service Commission‟s in the country.

....1 .....- BC-C BC-D BC-E SC G W G W G W G .........03-HINDI ZONE I II III IV TOTAL BCA G W G W .........1 ..1 OC BC-B BC-C BC-D G W G W G W ...1 ...1 2 .9 ANNEXURE ...P.............- SC W G 1 1 ..1 .1 ...1 ....1 ..04-URDU ZONE I II III IV TOTAL BCA G W G W ..1 W 1 1 2 ST G - W 1 1 PH G - W 1VH 1 TOTAL G W 1 1 4 1 5 GRAND TOTAL 1 5 6 POST CODE NO....- BC-C BC-D BC-E SC G W G W G W G .I BREAK-UP OF VACANCIES FOR THE POST OF LECTURERS IN GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGES IN A....1 OC BCB G W .....1 - ST G - W 1 1 PH G - GRAND TOTAL 2 2 3 7 POST CODE NO.02-TELUGU ZONE I II III IV TOTAL OC G 1 2 2 5 W 1 1 1 3 BCA BCB BC-C BC-D BC-E G W G W G W G W G 1 ....OC BCB G W ..01-ENGLISH G W G W G W G W G W G W G W G W G W TOTAL W G I II III IV 2 1 3 3 1 1 1 2 2 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - -- 5 10 6 6 6 4 3 2 1 1 1 - - - 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 - 13 8 21 TOTAL 9 7 6 1 4 1 1 - 3 4 1 3 5 4 3 1HH 1HH 1OH 3 GRAN D TOTA L 11 16 10 - 34 24 58 OC ZONE BCA BCB BC-C BC-D BC-E 1 1 1 3 SC ST PH POST CODE NO............1 1 1 ..........1 ......1 2 1 W 1 1 1 3 ST G - W - PH W - TOTA L G W 3 2 5 2 2 5 3 13 9 W 1VH 1 TOTAL G W 1 1 1 1 3 5 2 G 1HH 1HH 2 GRAND TOTAL 5 7 2 8 22 POST CODE NO......2 . COLLEGIATE EDUCATION SERVICE POST CODE NO...1 .....05-ORIYA ZONE I II III IV TOTAL BCA G W G W .......- W 1 1 ST G - W - PH G - W - TOTAL G W 1 1 GRAN D TOTAL 1 1 ....1 .........1 .1 ..1 ......- BC-E SC G W G W ..................

.1 PH TOTAL G W 2 3 GRAN D TOTAL 5 G - W 1VH - - - 4 3 7 - 1 - - 4 3 7 - 1 1 1HH - 5 5 10 - 1 3 1 1 15 14 29 POST CODE NO.1 ......1 ..10 POST CODE NO..- G 1 W G .1 W - G 1HH W - 1 2 3 2 1 3 1OH 1HH - 1 1 2 1 2 1HH 4 TOTAL G W 7 2 7 4 12 30 9 1 8 20 GRAN D TOTAL 9 16 5 20 50 POST CODE NO...BCBC-C BC-D BC-E SC A B G W G W G W G W G W G W G W 1 1 ..- 3 1 5 3 1 5 OC ZONE I II III IV TOTAL 1 13 11 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 2 - - 2 2 1 1 1 1 SC - ST PH G W G .BCBC-C BC-D BC-E A B G W G W G W G W G W G W 2 ...- G - W 1 G - W - TOTAL G W 2 3 II 1 2 - - 1 - - - - 1 - 1 - 1 1 - - - 3 5 8 III IV - - - - - - - - 1 - 1 - - - - - - - 2 2 1 1HH (UM) - 5 10 2 12 7 22 ZONE TOTAL OC - 2 2 4 5 - - 1 2 1 1 - - 2 - 2 - ST 1 1 2 PH 1 GRAN D TOTAL 5 POST CODE NO...COMMERCE G 4 BCBCBCBCBC-E A B C D W G W G W G W G W G W 2 ...1 ..06......1 1 .1 - G - W 1 G - W - TOTAL G W 2 1 2 1 1 3 2 - 1 1HH 1HH 2 - 3 2 5 10 OC 1 1 - - - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 2 ST - PH 3 2 7 GRAN D TOTAL 2 6 4 5 17 POST CODE NO.07-ECONOMICS ZONE I II III IV TOTAL BC.- G - 2 1 - - - 1 1 - - 1 - - 1 - - III IV 2 1 - - - 1 1 - - - - - 1 - 2 2 - - 1 - - - - 1 - 1UM - TOTAL 8 4 - - 1 3 2 - - 2 - 1 2 ZONE I II OC SC ST W G W ......10-MATHEMATICS ZONE I II III IV TOTAL G 2 BCBCBCBCBC-E A B C D W G W G W G W G W G W 1 ..09-POLITICAL SCIENCE BC..- W 1 G - W 1VH TOTAL G W 3 4 2 1 - - 1 - 1 - - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1VH 6 6 12 2 4 1 3 - - 1 - 1 1 - 1 - - - 1 - 1 1 1 - 1HH - 4 9 2 4 6 13 10 6 - - 2 1 3 - 1 1 - 1 3 2 2 3 1 2 22 16 38 OC SC ST PH GRAN D TOTAL 7 .....08-HISTORY I BC.BCBC-C BC-D BC-E SC A B G W G W G W G W G W G W G W .

..1 ..1 .13-BOTANY I BC..14-ZOOLOGY ZONE I II III IV TOTA L OC G 1 1 1 W 1 1 1 - 3 3 BCA G W .BCBC-C BC-D BC-E SC ST A B G W G W G W G W G W G W G W G W .11 POST CODE NO.1 1 OC 3 1 1 5 3 9 5 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 - - 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 1 1 2 5 1 1 1 PH G - W 1VH 1HH 1OH 2 1 TOTAL G W 2 4 9 2 10 23 3 3 7 17 GRAN D TOTAL 6 12 5 17 40 POST CODE NO...1 G - W 1VH TOTAL G W 1 3 II - ZONE III IV TOTAL OC PH GRAN D TOTAL 4 1 1 - - 1 - - - - - 1 1 1 - 1 - 1VH 2 6 8 1 1 2 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 - - 1 1 - 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 - 1 1 4 1HH 1 1VH 3 2 6 11 4 4 17 6 10 28 POST CODE NO...- G - W - G - W - 1 1 - 1 1 - 1VH 1 OC - - - - - 1 1 - - - - - - 1 1 2 ST PH TOTAL G W 1 1 2 1 1 2 4 GRAND TOTAL 2 1 3 6 ..- - 1 1 - BC-C BC-D BC-E SC ST PH G W G W G W G ..1 ...1 OC 4 2 ..1 .1 ..2 ..11-PHYSICS ZONE I II III IV TOTAL BC....1 ..1 ....3 2 8 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 .1 ......1 1 ...1 2 1 4 PH 1 2 G - W 1VH TOTAL G W 3 3 1HH 1HH 2 1VH 1VH 3 10 1 8 22 5 3 6 17 GRAND TOTAL 6 15 4 14 39 POST CODE NO.BCBC-C BC-D BC-E SC ST A B G W G W G W G W G W G W G W G W 1 1 .....1 .1 ....BCBC-C BC-D BC-E SC A B G W G W G W G W G W G W G W ...12-CHEMISTRY ZONE I II III IV TOTAL BC....1 .15-STATISTICS ZONE I II III IV TOTAL BC.1 BCB G W .1 W 2 G 1 1 W 1 1 1 - 1 2 2 3 - 1 1 1 1 2 G W - 1VH - - - 1VH 1HH - TOTAL G W 1 4 3 3 2 3 6 3 1 2 12 13 GRAND TOTAL 5 6 5 9 25 POST CODE NO...BCBC-C BC-D BC-E SC ST A B G W G W G W G W G W G W G W G W 1 .......

.......................- W - ST G - W 1 1 PH G - W - TOTAL G W 1 1 2 GRAND TOTAL 1 1 2 ......1 .1 .17-MICRO-BIOLOGY BCA G W G W ....- BC-C BC-D BC-E SC G W G W G W G ...1 ........- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - OC ZONE I II III IV TOTAL BC-C BC-D BC-E SC G W G W G W G .......16-BIO-TECHNOLOGY BCA G W G W .......1 .12 POST CODE NO..1 ....1 - BCBC-E SC ST D G W G W G W G W ..1 OC BCB G W ..- BC-C BC-D BC-E SC G W G W G W G ..- ST W 1 1 G - PH W - G - W 1VH 1 TOTAL G W 1 1 1 3 GRAND TOTAL 1 1 1 3 POST CODE NO...18-COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I G 2 BC.1 4 1 1 1 1 BCC G W .........1 II III 1 - 1 1 - 1 - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - 1 - 3 1 4 1 IV 1 4 3 6 1 1 1 3 - 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 - 1 1 2 2 1 3 - 1 1 - 1VH 1 5 8 10 17 15 25 ZONE TOTAL OC ST PH G - W - G - W - TOTAL G W 2 3 GRAN D TOTAL 5 POST CODE NO..19-COMPUTER SCIENCE ZONE I II III IV TOTAL G 3 5 BCBCA B W G W G W 2 ........1 1 ........1 OC ZONE I II III IV TOTAL BCB G W .........20-GEOLOGY ZONE I II III IV TOTAL BCA G W G W .1 ..1 2 2 1 1 G - W 1VH 1VH TOTAL G W 4 7 11 12 5 3 7 3 OC PH GRAND TOTAL 11 23 2 1 1 1 1 - - 1 - 1 3 1 1 1 - 1VH 13 10 23 1 20 12 4 1 4 1 3 1 4 1 3 - - 1 3 - 1 3 3 1 1 9 5 3 1 4 - 1VH 4 14 42 10 39 24 81 POST CODE NO...........BCBC-C BC-D BC-E SC A B W G W G W G W G W G W G W 1 .- BCB G W .- ST PH W - G - W - G - - - - 1 - - - - - 1 - - - - - 2 - W 1V H 1V H 2 TOTAL G W - GRAND TOTAL - - 2 2 - 3 3 - 5 5 POST CODE NO.....

8.235. 2. b). Loss of capital city. 5. public policy. Finance (HR-I. Telugu 3. including a).II SCHEME AND SYLLABUS FOR RECRUITMENT TO THE POST OF DEGREE COLLEGE LECTURERS IN GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGES PART-A: Written „Examination (Objective Type) No. 10. Division of employees. Dt. analytical ability and data interpretation. Disaster management: vulnerability profile. Political. Economic. 12. Computer Applications 19. 9. Physical geography of India sub-continent. Physics 12. Cultural. Zoology 15.. national and regional. Computer Science 20. Microbiology 18. Political Science 10. Data Analysis: Tabulation of data Visual representation of data Basic data analysis (Summary Statistics such as mean and variance coefficient of variation etc. Effect of bifurcation on commerce and entrepreneurs. Bio-technology 17.) and Interpretation Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and its Administrative. Economic development in India since independence. 6. reforms and egovernance initiatives. . d).O. General Science and it applications to the day to day life Contemporary developments in Science & Technology and Information Technology Social. Events of national and international importance. Urdu 5. for each wrong answer will be penalized with 1/3 rd of the marks prescribed for the question. e). Economics 8.Ms. Mathematics 11.international. Statistics 16. Social. c). Chemistry 13. Botany 14. Geology SYLLABUS PAPER-1: GENERAL STUDIES & MENTAL ABILITY 1. prevention and mitigation strategies. 7. Current affairs. NB: The Candidates have to choose one of the following subjects relevant to the PG Degree for writing Paper-2: 1. challenges in building new capital and it‟s financial implications. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues. their relocation and nativity issues. Hindi 4. 3.. and legal implications/problems. 4. Plg & Policy) Dept. Commerce 7.13 Annexure. of Papers Questions Paper-1: General Studies & Mental Ability 150 Paper-2: Concerned Subject (One only) 150 Duration (Minutes) 150 Maximum Marks 150 150 300 50 TOTAL 500 PART-B: Interview (Oral Test) NEGATIVE MARKS: As per G. 11. No. Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in the assessment of Disaster Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection Logical reasoning. Implications to financial resources of state government.economic and political history of modern India with emphases on Indian national movement. Division and rebuilding of common Institutions. Oriya 6. History 9. 06/12/2016. English 2.

Impact of bifurcation on river water sharing and consequential issues. Metaphysical poetry. Psychoanalytical criticism.14 f). English Language Teaching 1) ELT in India: (History and status of English in India. Rise of the novel. Structural approach. Postcolonialsim. Murder in the Cathedral Saint Joan “A Room of One‟s Own” Waiting for Godot Lord of the Flies “Home Burial”. Deconstruction. Tempest Paradise Lost-Book 1 and 9 “Immortality Ode”. Structuralism. Writers and Texts 1) William Shakespeare 2) John Milton 3) William Wordsworth 4) John Keats 5) Robert Browning 6) Charles Dickens 7) TS Eliot 8) GB Shaw 9) Virginia Woolf 10) Samuel Beckett 11) William Golding 12) Robert Frost 13) Eugene O‟Neill 14) Toni Morrison 15) Mulk Raj Anand 16) AK Ramanujan 17) Girish Karnad 18) Salman Rushdie 19) Chinua Achebe 20) Margaret Atwood 21) AD Hope 22) Bessie Head Hamlet. II. Teaching of Vocabulary. Classroom techniques. Movements and Concepts Renaissance. cultural and demographic impact of bifurcation. English as Second Language. AP REORGANISATION ACT. 2014 on AP and the arbitrariness of certain provisions. English as Foreign Language. Colonialism. Reading. Types. Modernism. Methods and Approaches: (Grammar Translation method. 2) 3) 4) 5) . Communicative language teaching) Teaching of Language Skills: (Teaching of Listening. Poststructuralism. and Writing Skills. Task of post-bifurcation infrastructure development and opportunities for investments. h). Syntax and Structure. Diaspora. “To Autumn” “My Last Duchess”. Socioeconomic. Direct method. “The Last Ride Together” David Copperfield “The Waste Land”. Myth and archetype. and Ensglish as Global Language). Tintern Abbey “Ode to a Nightingale”. PAPER-2-SUBJECT 1. g). “The Road Not Taken” The Hairy Ape Beloved Untouchable “Love Poem for a Wife”. Speaking. Feminism. Neo-classicism. Postmodernism. “Crossing the Frontier” A Question of Power III. Romanticism. AudioLingual method. Objectives of testing and evaluation) Phonetics and Phonology. Use of authentic materials) Testing and Evaluation: (Principles. ENGLISH I. i). “Small-Scale Reflections on a Great House” Hayavadana Midnight’s Children Things Fall Apart Edible Woman “Australia”. Teaching of Grammar and Functional English.

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Mulla Wajhi (Sabras & Qutub Mushtari). Khadi Boli Ka Irteqa. Deccan Urdu Literature. 2. Urdu ke Aaghaz Ke Barey Mein Mukhtalif Nazariyat. Evolution & Development of different Forms of Literature. Maghribi Hindi Aur Uski Boliyan. both in Prose and Poetry with reference to the works of prominent writers and poets. DECCANIYAT : a) Bahmani Daur : Fakhruddin Nizami (Kadamrao Padamrao). URDU The Syllabus covers all important topics related to Urdu Language and Literature. Ghawwasi (Saiful Mulook-o-Badeeuj Jamaal). It deals with the Origin & Development of Urdu Language.Mohammed Quli QutubShah). Literature Movements and Criticism. b) Adilshahi Daur : Nusrati (Gulshan-e-Ishq) c) Qutubshahi Daur : Mohammaed Quli Qutub Shah (Deewas-e. Ibne Nishati (Phool Ban) .22 4. ORIGIN & DEVELOPMENT OF URDU LANGUAGE Three different periods of Indo-Aryan Language. The Syllabus is detailed as follows : 1.

Nasir Kazmi. v. Firaq. Dabistane Dilli Dabistane Lucknow. Gulshan-e-Bekhar. Mughni Tabassum. Tareekh aur Tanqeed). Niyaz Fatehpuri. Dard. Mohammed Hasan (Zahaak). Tedhi Lakeer (Ismath Chugtayee). Aale-Ahmed Suroor. 6. Ehtesham Hussain. Hasrat. Moulana Azad (Ghubar-e-Khatir). 5. MASNAVI: (Tareef. Josh. Hali ke Tanqeedi Nazariyat : Muqaddama-e-Sher-o-Shairi. Jadeediyat. Akbar. SAWANEH NIGARI : (Tareef. Aiwane Ghazal (Jeelani Bano). Tareekh aur Tanqeed) : Bagh-o-Bahar. NAZM : (Tareef. George College. Tareekh aur Tanqeed) Khaja Hasan Nizami (Sipara-e-Dil). Tareekh aur Tanqeed) : Yadgaar-e-Ghalib. Azad Nazm. ii. Amjad and Josh. GHAZAL : (Tareef. Kalimuddin Ahmed. ii. iii. Nazm-e-Murra. Fasana-e-Ajayeb. Meeraji. iv. vi. Triolet. v. Shibli. Farhat Kaifi and Aziz Tamannayee. Print and Electronic. Haiku and Mahiya) . Tareekh aur Tanqeed) Premchand (Najaat). iv. Quratul Ayen Hyder (Nazaara Darmiyan Hai). Taraqqi Pasand Tahreek. Fani. NOVEL : (Tareef. Akhtarul Imaan. Noon Meem Rashid. Gulzar-e-Naseem (Daya Shanker Naseem). Jamaliyati Tanqeed.23 3. LITERARY CRITICISM : (Tareef aur Tareekh) i. Imtiyaz Ali Taj (Anarkali). Nafsiyati Tanqeed. INSHAIYA : (Tareef. Akbar. Waheeduddin Salim. Mukhtalif Tanqeedi Dabistaan (Unki Tareef aur Tareekh) : Taassurati Tanqeed. The following poets: Mir Anees and Mirza Daber. Tareekh aur Tanqeed) Masnavi Sehrul Bayaan (Mir Hasan). Rasheed Ahmed Siddiqui (Ashufta Bayani Meri) Patras Bukhari (Mazameen-ePatras). Aligarh Tahreek. Iqbal. Tareekh aur Tanqeed) The following poets : Sauda and Zauq. St. Sonnet. Iqbal. 4. Tareekh aur Tanqeed) The following Poets: Mir. b) PROSE : i. URDU JOURNALISM. Habeeb Tanweer (Agra Bazaar).Momin. Tareekh aur Tanqeed) : Amaanat (Indra Sabha). Ghalib. ii. Tareekh aur Tanqeed) The following Poets: Anees. Halqa-e-Arbaab-e-Zauq. Firaq. vi. Hali. QASEEDA: (Tareef. Chakbast. Tareekh aur Tanqeed) (Paband Nazm. Delhi College. Tareekh aur Tanqueed) Fasana-e-Azad (Ratan Nath Sharshar) Taubatun Nusooh (Deputy Nazeer Ahamed) Umrao Jan Ada (Mirza Hadi Ruswa) Gowdan (Prem Chand) Ek Chadar Maili si (Rajender Singh Bedi). DASTAN : (Tareef. MARSIYA: (Tareef. Sardar Jafari. Manto (Tobatek Singh). Zehr-e-Ishq (Nawab Mirza Shauq). iv. Agha Hashr Kashmiri (Said-e-Hawas). RUBAYEE: (Tareef. Atish. DRAMA : (Tareef. DIFFERENT LITERARY MOVEMENTS : (Their Contribution) Fort William College. TRANSLATION & MASS – MEDIA. Jamia Osmania and Darut Tarjuma. DEVELOPMENT OF DIFFERENT FORMS OF LITERATURE : a) POETRY : i. Aab-e-Hayat. Mumtaz Naqideen : Hali. Marxi Tanqeed aur Saakhtiyati Tanqeed. Jigar. KHUTOOT : (Tareef. AFSANA : (Tareef. Krishen Chander (Mahalakshmi ka Pul). Nazeer. iii. vii. . Nazeer Ahmed Ki Kahani Kuch Unki Kuch Meri Zabani. iii. Tazkeron Mein Tanqeedi Nuqoosh : Nikatush-Shoara. Tareekh aur Tanqeed) Ghalib (Urdu-e-Mualla).

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human resource development – Measurement of development – Conventional. nature and scope of managerial economics. and scope of marketing management – Marketing environment. Microeconomic Analysis Demand analysis – Marshallian. Industrial policies 1956. Theories of development – Classical. Theories of growth and development – Models of growth of Joan Robinson and Kaldor. HR planning – job analysis. Dividend decisions Working . Theories of inflation.capital management. WTO. techniques. Quantitative techniques: Sampling and sampling methods. Development and Growth Development and Growth – Role of institutions.Relative roles of monetary and fiscal policies. Elements of General Equilibrium analysis and new welfare economics. methods of estimation. Lewis model of development. Singer and Myrdal views. Macroeconomic Analysis National income accounting – basic concepts. receivables and inventory management. Real balance effect – Patinkin and Pigou. capital. Business cycles – Models of Samuelson. axiomatic approach Theory of Production and Costs Pricing and output under different forms of market structure. Human resources management : HR functions. Rational expectations. trend analysis and ratio analysis. e-cheques. objectives and scope of financial management. COMMERCE Financial management : Meaning. Harrod and learning by doing. Training and development methods.ECONOMICS 1. Marketing management :Meaning. Production and cost analysis. IT and e-commerce : E-Commerce business models – Internet and web technologies.25 6. Price. RanisFei model. new classical / tenets. recruitment and job evaluation. Determination of output and employment – Classical approach. Cost of capital – cost of various sources of finance. Endogenous growth : role of education.cash. privatization and globalization. Demand analysis. Schumpeter and structural analysis of development – Imperfect market paradigm. Dependency theory of development. production function approach to the determinants of growth . Phillips Curve analysis. t-tests. Leverages – operating and financial leverages. research and knowledge – explanation of cross country differentials in economic development and growth. Hicksian and Revealed preference approaches. Parametric tests (Z. nature. Mundell-Fleming open economy model. Managerial economics : Meaning. Capital budgeting. Trade unions and collective bargaining. and debit cards. two-gap analysis. Product. nature. concepts. Financial and management accounting : Techniques of analysis of financial statements – comparative and common size statements. Prebisch. 3. Funds flow and cash flow analyses. Liberalization. process. Factors in economic development – natural resources. Performance appraisal methods. Business environment : Meaning and components of business environment. 2. Epayment methods – e-cash. population. Probability and probability distributions – Hypothesis testing. smart cards. HDI and Quality of Life indices. and 1991. 7. Market structure – perfect and imperfect markets. . credit cards. Capital structure theories. Hicks and Kaldor. Marginal costing and decision making. collusive and non-collusive oligopolies. gains from trade and LDCs. Promotion and Channel management. IS-LM Analysis . Trade and development – trade as engine of growth. Marx. Consumer behavior and market segmentation. Technical Progress – Hicks. Keynesian approach. Factor Pricing analysis. Sources of finance. and ANOVA) and nonparametric tests (Chi-square test).

Sampling of attributes. testing of hypothesis Index numbers and time series analysis Sampling and census methods. Environmental Policy of Government of India. b. WTO and its impact on Indian economy. Cambridge. methods of fiscal adjustment. Centre – State financial relations. skewness and kurtosis Fundamentals of probability – Binomial. Baumol and Tobin. deregulation. dispersion. competition and efficiency. distribution and stabilization. Public Debt – Effects and Burden and Management of public debt. investment and growth Burden of public debt. Econometric Methods : i) Single Equation Linear Model : . Theories of Social choice. State Finance – Trends in Revenue and Expenditure of the State Governments. Indian Economy : Basic features of Indian economy. International Trade under Imperfect competition. stabilization polices. Specialized financial and investment institutions. SMEs and industrial development. NPAs.ERM 7. Pricing Policy. Public Finance : Composition and growth of public expenditure and debt. Disinvestment – FDI and role of MNCs. instruments of monetary control. Zero based budgeting. demand for money – Fisher. public and merit goods. Food subsidy and Public distribution system. NBFIs. demographic transition and demographic dividend. growth and structural changes – composition and trends in National Income. Planning : Objectives and strategies of planning. monetarism. Terms of Trade and Economic Growth – Secular Deterioration of Terms of Trade Hypothesis – a critical review. Theories of taxation. Agriculture : Land reforms and New Green Revolution – Role of technology. Absorption and monetary approaches to adjustment in Balance of Payments. Simple correlation and regression analysis Statistical inferences – Applications. Social responsibility of banks. Political economy of Non-Tariff Barriers. Trade Policy and Reforms in India. types. supply of money – determinants. Wagner and Peacock – Wiseman hypotheses. Chi-square and F tests). types of sampling and errors. Private. incidence and effects. Energy and Environment: Energy Security. International Trade and Finance Theories of International Trade : Empirical verification and relevance. 5. a. and achievements of programmes for poverty alleviation and regional imbalances. Demography – Demographic features. sampling distributions ( t. Rationale of Social Forestry. Equilibrium / disequilibrium in Balance of Payment – Traditional. Public Finance Role of government in a mixed economy – allocation. Theories of public expenditure – effects on savings. Industry : Industrial growth and Productivity – New industrial policy. Friedman. banking sector reforms. Keynesian. Fiscal Federalism – Horizontal and vertical imbalances. monetary and interest rate targetting. Money and Banking Definition and functions of money. Union Finance – Trends in Revenue and Expenditure of the Government of India. Fiscal reforms and rationalization of subsidies. 6. money multiplier. regional disparities in Indian agriculture. Role and functions of Central bank. Government Budget – Forms of Budgeting. Poisson and Normal distributions. 8. Impact of Tariffs on Partial and general equilibrium analysis. Optimum currency areas – Euro . QUANTITATIVE METHODS : Statistical Methods Measures of Central tendency. Privatisation. empirical definition of money – monetary aggregates.26 4. Basel I and II. rural urban migration and rural urban divide. Theory of regionalism at Global level – Trade blocks – SAARC and ASEAN. Different Budget deficits.

5. distributed lags – need. Administration. Military and Administrative organisation. script. 7. ARIMA) Concepts of unit root. limitations and interpretation Applications in economics. Krishnadevaraya. moving average (MA) and mixed processes (ARMA. major cities. The Vijayanagar Empire : Origin. Social and economic conditions. Social and economic conditions. Basic concepts of Game Theory – Two-person. : Political. 2. decline of the empire. random walks. social and economic conditions. 8. Age of the Delhi Sultanate : (1206-1526). growth of culture. Pre and protohistoric background – Stone ages and Chalcolithic cultures. social and economic conditions. administration. India between 650 and 1200 A. Pallavas and Chalukyas. 12. Pure and Mixed strategy. : Harsha Vardhana. Political history. Saddle point solution.27 ii) Assumption and properties of OLS Multiple Regression Model – Estimation and Interpretation Multi-collinearity. Mauryan Administration. Vedic Age : Importance literature. decline. characteristic features. Mughal Age (1556-1707) : Political history. Social and economic conditions in the early and later vedic age. Rise and spread of Jainism and Buddhism. and least variance ratio. – Political. Modern India (1757-1947) : . social and economic conditions. Mathematical Methods i) ii) Principles of optimization : maxima and minima of functions of a single variable. causes for the decline. Medieval India : 10. Bhakti movement. social and economic conditions. contribution to the culture. integration and cointegration. Time Series Models Auto-regressive (AR). 9. decline of the Mauryan empire. indirect least squares. Iron Age – Aryan migration – Second urbanization. culture. Marattas and Shivaji. decline of the Mauryan empire. contribution to art and architecture. Ashoka. Chola administration and culture. Endogenous and exogenous variables.D. social and economic conditions. Identification problems and conditions. Simultaneous Equation Models : Structural and reduced forms. Political. 4.C. religious practices. Gupta Period : Political history. Zero-sum Game. 8. 3. 6. c. History. changes in society and economy. Rashtrakutas their political history and their contribution to culture. auto-correlation and heteroscedasticity – Causes. Linear programming and input output analysis.D. Mauryan Age : Political history of the Mauryans. consequences and remedy. The Satavahanas : Political history. d.HISTORY Ancient India : 1. Single equation methods of estimations – two stage least squares. India in the 6th century B. detection. administration. Akbar. India in the 7th century A. Harappan Civilization – Exten. 13. Dummy variables. 11.

Resurgence and its decline. 16. Evolution of British paramountacy in India : Policies of Wellesley and Dalhousie – Economic policies of the British. 27. causes for their failure. The World between the two world wars – Nazism in Germany. 24. Bismarck. significance. Political Theory Political Theory - Nature. Political Ideologies - Liberalism. Electoral System. movement from 1905 to 1920. Fascism in Italy. Socio-religious reform movements – Rajaram Mohan Roy. 5. American War of Independence – course. 4. Democracy - Meaning and Theories of Democracy. significance. Cavour. 2. results. Freedom movement in Andhra Pradesh with special reference to the role of Alluri Sitarama Raju and Tanguturi Prakasam. Forms of Government - Unitary and Federal. Historical forces and factors which led to the establishment of the British power in India – Early resistance to the British power in India – Hyder Ali. 5. Emergence of Gandhi. Key Concepts - State. Role of Tilak and Annie Besant :The movement from 1920 to 1947 . Marxism. Power. Sovereignty. results and importance. Salt Satyagraha and the Quit India Movement. Non-cooperation movement. 3. French Revolution – course. II 1. Concerns. Revolt of 1857 : Causes. 3.28 14. the national movement from 1885 to 1905. World War-I – Causes and effects. Revolt against the nizam‟s rule in Telangana. Rise and growth of the Indian National Movement : Birth of the Indian National Congress. Political Science - Nature and Scope – Inter disciplinary Character. Garibaldi. 26. 17. 23. . results. Neoliberalism. 18. Political Ideas - Rights. effects. Nationalism and Internationalism. 9. Socialism and Fascism. Modern World : 19. Liberty. 2. 4. Nation. Theories of Development. Equality. Tippu Sultan. Industrial Revolution – Significance and results. World War-II – Causes and effects. National liberation movements in Italy and Germany in the 19th century – Mazzini. 25. Dayananda Saraswathi and others – Educational policies of the British and their impact on Indian society. Political Science I Political Science – Basic Concepts 1. The Russian Revolution of 1917 – Causes. 20. significance. Developments in China 1911-1949 – Nationalist Revolution of 1911 – Communist Revolution of 1948. Turkey under Mustafa Kamal Pasha. Parliamentary and Presidential. Role of Ideology and end of Ideology. 21. 22. Law and Justice. 15.

Western. Comparative Politics - Nature. Salient Features and Ideological foundations of Indian Constitution.Regional Movements. 5. Contractual Political Thought - Hobbes. 2. Dalit. Indian Political Thought Manu. 2. Legislature and Judiciary – President. 4. Envinormental. 2. Scope and Approaches. Loksabha and Rajyasabha. 2. VIII Public Administration 1. Emergence of Public Administration as a discipline – Nature. Phule and - Ambedkar IV Comparative Politics 1. Organs of Government - Legislature. Executive and Judiciary. Gandhi. 4. Augustine. Political Elite and Theories. 74th Amendment of Indian constitution 5. Class and Gender. Political Stratification - Caste. Power. 73rd Amendment of India constitution 4. State Executive & Legislature: Governor. . Authority and legitimacy.29 III Political Thought 1. 3. Political Socialisation and Political Culture 2. Nationalist Movement and Making of the Constitution. Political Communication - Changing Role of Media. Party Systems and Pressure Groups. Regional Inequalities – Demand for Autonomy and statehood. Union Executive . Locke and Rousseau. Leadership and Decision-making. Scope and importance of Public Administration. Contemporary Socio- Political Movements – Peasant. Council of Ministers. Frame work for the study of State Politics. 3. Theories and principles of organization. 2. Regional and Sub. VI Indian Government and Politics 1. V Political Sociology 1. Urban Local Government : Structure and functions. Constitutionalism - Western and Non. Backward. 3. VII State and Local Governments 1. 4. Medieval Political Thought - Aquinas and St. Prime Minister. Supreme Court and Judicial Review. Modern Political Thought - Machiavelli and Bodin. Chief Minister and State Legislature 3. 4. Political Development and Political Modernisation. 3. 3. 5. 5. Panchayati Raj : Genesis and Development – Structure and functions. Federalism and Centre – State Relations. Greek Political Thought - Plato and Aristotle. 4. Kautilya. 5. Human Resources Management and Bureaucracy.

5. Executive and Judiciary – Planning Commission 4. Sylow‟s theorems and their applications. 5. Elite theory. VII. Scope and Importance – Public Policy as a Policy Science. Policy making Institutions – Legislature. Heine Borel Theorem. 3. Good Governance – problem of corruption – Right to Information – Need for Lokpal. Approaches to the study of International Relations. Policy Process . Vector Spaces Vector Spaces. cyclic groups. 2. Infinite series – Tests of convergence. III. Real Analysis Finite. Theories of Public Policy – Group theory. Subspaces – Linear dependence and independence of vectors – basis and dimension – Quotient spaces – Inner product spaces – Orthonormal basis – Gram – Schmidt process. objectives. Incrementalism. subgroups. IX Public Policy and Political Analysis 1. VI. Arms control. Riemann integrability. Basic Issues – Disarmament. normal subgroups – quotient groups – homomorphisms and isomorphism theorems – permutation groups. UNO : Aims.30 5. Metric Spaces Metric spaces – completeness. Ring Theory Rings. countable and uncountable sets – Real Number system R – infimum and supremum of a subset of R – Bolzano – Weierstrass theorem. Sequences and Series of functions. integral domains. fields – subrings and ideals – Quotient rings – homomorphisms – Prime ideals and maximal ideals – polynomial rings – Irreducibility of polynomials – Euclidean domains and principal ideal domains. Policy Evaluation. limit superior and limit inferior of sequences.Role of Media. Cayley‟s theorem. Decision-making theory.MATHEMATICS I. Matrix Theory . structure and its changing role in the contemporary world. 3. 10. Elementary Number Primes and composite numbers – Fundamental Theorem of arithmetic – divisibility – congruences – Fermat‟s theorem – Wilson‟s Theorem – Euler‟s Ǿ . 2. Cold war. Public Policy – Nature. Relations with neighbors and security concerns and Globalization. Sequences. convergence. War and conflict Resolution. V. Elements of National Power. sub sequences. Monotonic functions and functions of bounded variation. compactness and connectedness – continuity and uniform continuity of functions from one metric space into another. Differentiability and mean value theorems. Group Theory Groups. Diplomacy. IV.function. 4. II. X International Relations 1. Indian Foreign Policy – Non-Alignment. Continuity and uniform continuity of real valued functions of real variable. Political Parties and Pressure Groups. Topological spaces – base and subbase – continuous function.

Mathematical Methods of Physics Dimensional analysis. and diffraction. Electromagnetic waves in free space. polarization. Magnetostatics : Biot-Savart law. Periodic motion: small oscillations. stability analysis. Charged particles in inhomogeneous fields. coherence. III. normal modes. Partial Differential Equations Formation of differential equations (PDE) – Lagrange and Charpit methods for solving first order – PDE‟s – Cauchy problem for first order PDE‟s Classification of second order PDE‟s – General solution of higher order PDE‟s with constant coefficients. Special functions (Hermite. IV. VIII. Reflection and refraction. gauge invariance. Least squares fitting. binomial. Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formalism and equations of motion. matrices. Fourier and Laplace transforms. Precision and accuracy. x and y – Clairaut‟s equations – Singular Solutions. Fourier series. Scalar and vector potentials. interference. Data interpretation and analysis. Fresnel‟s law. 11. Cayley-Hamilton Theorem. Conservation laws and cyclic coordinates.31 Linear transformations – Rank and nullity – change of bases. Complex Integration – Cauchy‟s theorem – Morera‟s Theorem – Cauchy‟s integral formula – Liouville‟s theorem – Maximum modules principle – Schwarz‟s lemma – Taylor‟s series – Laurents series. Ampere‟s theorem. Power Series. random variables. Phase space dynamics. Laguerre and Legendre functions). Laplace and Poisson equations. Electromagnetic Theory Electrostatics : Gauss‟s law and its applications. Ordinary Differential Equation Ordinary Differential Equation (ODE) of first order and first degree – Different methods of solving them – Exact Differential equations and integrating factors. relativistic kinematics and mass-energy equivalence. Calculus of residues and evaluation of integrals. IX. Classical Mechanics Newton‟s laws. Elementary probability theory. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Dielectrics and conductors. Variational principle. Vector algebra and vector calculus. ODE of first order and higher degree – equations solvable for p. Two body Collisions – scattering in laboratory and Centre of mass frames. Linear and non-linear curve fitting and Chi-Square Test. Elements of complex analysis. Electromagnetic induction. Central force motions. Linear ordinary differential equations of first & second order. Non-inertial frames and pseudoforces. boundary value problems. Dynamics of charged particles in static and uniform electromagnetic fields. Central limit theorem. residues and evaluation of integrals. Complex Analysis Algebra of complex numbers – the complex plane – Complex functions and their Analyticity – Cauchy-Riemann equations – Mobius transformations. Generalized coordinates. Special theory of relativity-Lorentz transformations. boundary conditions on the fields at interfaces. X. analytic functions. II. Quantum Mechanics . Rigid body dynamics-moment of inertia tensor. Matrix of a linear transformation – singular and non-singular matrices – Inverse of matrix – Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of matrix and of linear transformation – Cayley – Hamilton‟s theorem. Linear differential equations with constant coefficients and variable coefficients – variation of parameters. Error analysis. poles. Poisson and normal distributions. Bessel. propagation of errors. Dynamical systems. Taylor & Laurent series. Linear algebra. Maxwell‟s equations in free space and linear isotropic media.PHYSICS PART-A I.

A/D and D/A converters. Time dependent perturbation theory and Fermi‟s golden rule. Electron spin resonance. Microprocessor microcontroller basics. Hydrogen aom. shape and charge distribution. charge-independence and charge-symmetry of nuclear forces. harmonic oscillator. Nuclear reactions. beta and gamma decays and their selection rules. spin-statistics connection. V. Paschen-Bach & Stark effects. kinds of liquid crystalline order. Fission and fusion.and hetero-junction devices). reaction mechanism. Hall effect and thermoelectric power. Digital techniques and applications (Logic circuits. Electronic. spin and parity. VI. Relativistic corrections for energy levels of hydrogen atom. angular momentum algebra. insulators and semiconductors. Blackbody radiation and Planck‟s distribution law. micro-and macro-states. semi-empirical mass formula. counters and comparators). Nuclear and Particle Physics Basic nuclear properties . Phase space. FrankCondon principle. its validity and limitations. LEDs). Lasers : spontaneous and stimulated emission. Reciprocal lattice. Bose and Fermi gases. liquid drop model. Commutators and Heisenberg uncertainty principle. Condensed Matter Physics Bravais lattices. size. selection rules. Nuclear magnetic resonance. Atomic & Molecular Physics Quantum states of an electron in an atom. rate equation. field effect devices. frequency dependence and applications. Quasi crystals. Superfluidity. compound nuclei and direct reactions. phase equilibria. wave and heat equations in two and three dimensions). LS & JJ couplings. Micro-canonical. chemical shift. Fundamentals of communication electronics. Evidence of shell structure. Partial differential equations (Laplace. homo. rotational.). IX. Dirac notation for state vectors. Solution of first . width of spectrum lines. band theory of solids : metals. Einstein A & B coefficients. extrapolation. modulation techniques. Operational amplifiers and their applications. Elementary ideas of alpha. photo-detectors. addition of angular momenta. interpolation. Mathematical Methods of Physics Green‟s function. phonons. Deuteron problem. registers. Time-independent perturbation theory and applications. hyperfine structure and isotopic shift. Elements of computational techniques : root of functions. Wave-function in coordinate and momentum representations. Elastic properties. etc. PART-B I. Drude model of electrical and thermal conductivity. Free energy and its connection with thermodynamic quantities. Diffraction and the structure factor. Eigenvalue problems (particle in a box. Maxwell relations. form of nucleon-nucleon potential. Electron motion in a periodic potential. Spectrum of helium and alkali atom. Optical pumping. Pauli exclusion principle. Josephson junctions. Free electron theory and electronic specific heat. selection rules. population inversion. Response and relaxation phenomena. device characteristics. Principle of detailed balance. Nature of the nuclear force. Modes of resonators and coherence length. Schrödinger equation (time-dependent and time-independent). device structure.32 Wave-particle duality. Binding energy. junctions. Tunneling through a barrier. single-particle shell model. Stern-Gerlach experiment. Classical and quantum statistics. Thermodynamic potentials. chemical potential. transistors. Variational method. Bonding of solids. Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics Laws of thermodynamics and their significance. Electronics Semiconductors devices (diodes. spin. Ordered phases of matter : translational and orientational order. Identical particles. canonical and grand-canonical ensembles and partition functions. VIII. integration by trapezoid and Simpson‟s rule. vibrational and Raman spectra of diatomic molecules. Motion in a central potential : orbital angular momentum. Opto-electronic devices (solar cells. VII. Superconductivity : type-I and type-II superconductors. Zeeman. lattice specific heat. Electron spin. Defects and dislocations.

invariance and Noether‟s theorem. Xray diffraction technique. spin. Relativistic quantum mechanics : KleinGordon and Dirac equations. VII. fine structure. P. Born approximation. baryons and mesons. Nuclear magnetic resonance. 4. WKB approximation. Valence Bond and Molecular orbital theories in explaining the structures of simple molecules. isospin. V.EAN rule – structure and bonding of metal carbonyls of Mn. strangeness. . chemical shift and applications. and ferromagnetism. C. Atomic structure and chemical bonding – structure and bonding in homo and hetero nuclear molecules. 5. Diffusion equation. base hydrolysis – conjugate base mechanism – Anation reactions – substitution reactions of square planar complexes – Trans effect – Electron transfer reactions – Inner and outer sphere mechanisms. etc. Random walk and Bronian motion.and second-order phase transitions. Relativistic kinematics. Application of symmetry arguments to particle reactions. Bose-Einstein condensation. Parity nonconservation in weak interaction. Calculation of CFSE – Jahn-Teller effect – Application of MO theory to octahedral and square planar complexes – Electronic spectra of complexes – Russell Saunders coupling – term symbols – spectra of octahedral and tetrahedral complexes – charge transfer spectra – magnetic properties of complex compounds. Tensors. scanning electron micrscopy and transimission electron microscopy. Ising model. Transition elements and coordination compounds – physical and chemical characteristics of transition elements – Bonding theories – crystal field theory – crystal field splitting patterns in various geometries. IV. Poisson brackets and canonical transformations. Fe.). Elementary particles and their quantum numbers (charge. Introductory group theory. Finite difference methods. 12.33 order differential equation using Runge-Kutta method. Radiation. Lorentz invariance of Maxwell‟s equation. partial waves. 3. Quantum Mechanics Spin-orbit coupling. Nuclear and Particle Physics Classification of fundamental forces. III. Quark model. Co and Ni – Metal nitrosyls – structure and bonding. Condensed Matter Physics Electron spin resonance. 2. Electromagnetic Theory Dispersion relations in plasma. Hamilton-Jacobi theory. Metal complexes . parity. Applications of VSEPR. Elementary theory of scattering : phase shifts.ligand equilibria in solution – step wise and overall stability constants – factors affecting the stability of metal complexes – Pearson‟s theory of hard and soft acids and bases (HSAB) – Chelate effect. and T invariance. Semi-classical theory of radiation. VI. Transmission lines and wave guides. Introduction to nonequilibrium processes. paramagnetism. Symmetry. Metal .from moving charges and dipoles and retarded potentials. Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics First. Classical Mechanics Basic concepts of dynamical systems.CHEMISTRY INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 1. Reaction mechanisms in complexes – Inert and level complexes – Ligand substitution reactions of octahedral complexes – Acid hydrolysis. II. Diamagnetism.

4+ Mo6Cl8 . Entropy as a state function. Metal clusters – factors favoring M-M bonds – Structure and bonding in Re2Cl82-. Entropy as a function of P and T. Entropy change as criterion for spontaneity and equilibrium.Clausius inequality. Chemical potential: Gibbs equations for non-equilibrium systems. Thermodynamic properties of ideally dilute solutions. Concept of entropy. The relationship between partition functions and thermodynamic functions. rotational. Physical significance of A and G. Analytical chemistry – chromatography – general principles involved in separations by paper. Statistical Thermodynamics Concepts of distribution and probability. Determination of activity coefficients from vapour pressure measurements. vibrational and electronic partition functions. Derivation of expressions for translational.Henry‟s law. fugacity coefficeient. Mixing quantities. Multicomponent phase equilibrium: Vapour pressure lowering.Helmholtz equation. The entropy of a monoatomic ideal gas. Standard entropies and entropy changes of chemical reactions. Entropy changes on mixing of ideal gases. Vapour pressure-Raoult‟s law. The concept of ensemble and canonical ensemble. Clapeyron equation and Clausius-Clapeyron equation . The factorization of molecular partition function – translational. Determination of fugacity. 8. Temperature dependence of equilibrium constant-the van‟t Hoff equation. A and G as a criteria for equilibrium and spontaneity. Liquid junction potential – derivation . Systems composed of interacting particles. Vapour pressure. Entropy changes in an ideal gas. Chemical potential of ideal gases. Activity coefficients of nonvolatile solutes using Gibbs-Duhem equation. Electrochemistry Electrochemical Cells : Derivation of Nernst equation – problems. Third law of thermodynamics. Cages and ring compounds – preparation. Relationship between partition functions and thermodynamic functions. Material equilibrium. Chemical and concentration cells (with and without transference). Driving force for chemical reactionsrelative signs of ∆H and ∆S. Phase equilibium. Mean translational and vibrational energies. Systems composed of noninteracting particles. Physical Chemistry 1. Non ideal solutions. Thermodynamics Brief review of concepts of I and II laws of thermodynamics. Conditions for equilibrium in a closed system. liquids and gases. 9. freezing point depression and boiling point elevation 2. Nb6X122+. Thermodynamic properties of ideal solutions. rotational (diatomic) and vibrational partition functions. Estimation of probability and the most probable distribution. Nonideal systems. Pressure dependence of G. Measurement of partial molar volumes. thin layer and column chromatography – GC and HPLC. Derivation of Boltzmann distribution law. 3. Thermodynamic relations. Partial molar poperties-significance. Debye theory. Activities and activity coefficients. Gibbs. Concept of fugacity.34 6. Evaluation of absolute entropies from heat capacity data for solids. Entropy as a function of V and T. The molecular partition function. The chemical potential. The Sackur-Tetrode equation. Ideal-gas reaction equlibrium-derivation of equilibrium constant. Entropy change in isolated systems. Re3Cl9 and Re3Cl123-. Standard-state conventions for non ideal solutions. Specific heats of solids – Einstein equation of heat capacity of solids – derivation. Bio-inorganic chemistry – metal complexes as oxygen carriers – hemoglobin and myoglobin – oxygen transport – non heme proteins – hemerythrin and hemocyanin. Solutions: Specifiying the Solution composition. Variation of chemical potential with T and P.slope and intercept methods.derivation. Gibbs-Duhem equation-derivation and significance Ideal solutions. Gibbs equations. Relation between solution volume and partial molar volume. Calculation of entropy changes in various processes. Maxwell relations. structure and reactions of boranes and carboranes – Boron-nitrogen and Sulfur-nitrogen cyclic compounds. Canonical partition function and its relation to molecular partition function. Helmholtz and Gibbs free energies (A and G). Explanation of heat capacity at very low and very high temperatures – Dulong and Petits Law. 7. Temperature dependence of G.

Debye-Huckel theory of electrolytic solutions. Polar plots. The variationan integral for H2+ ion. Particle in a box. Polar and spherical polar coordinates and their interrelations Schrodinger equation for the hydrogen atom. Extended Debye-Huckel law. Reaction coordinate. Unimolecular reactions and Lindamann‟s theory. Comparison of classical and quantum mechanical particles.QUANTUM CHEMISTRY Black body radiation-Planck‟s concept of quantization-Planck‟s equation. Wave particle duality and uncertain principlesignificance of these for microscopic entities. Real nature of the eigen values of a Hermitian operator-significance. Calculations using wave functions of the particle in a box-orthoganality.one dimensional and three dimensional.separation into three equations. Physical interpretation of wave function. linear operators. Wave mechanics and Schroedinger wave equation. Observables and operators. Derivation of rate law. Bonding in molecules. position and momentum. Diffusion controlledr eactions. Thermodynamic formulation of transition state theory. Eigenfunctions and eigenvalues. Limitations of Debye-Huckel theory. Concept of ion association – Bjerrum theory of ion association (elementary treatment) ion association constant – Debye-Huckel-Bjerrum equation. Plots of  and 2-discussion. Chain reactions-general characteristics. Degeneracy. measurability of energy. Concept of activity and activity coefficients in electrolytic solutions. Examples of variational calculations. Variation parameters. Factors affecting reaction rates in solution. Normalized and orthogonal functions. Hydrogen like orbitals and their representation. steady state treatment. Decomposition potential and its significance. Measurability of operators. determination of transport numbers. activated complex and the transition state. Eigen functions of commuting operators-significance. Many electron systems. Primary and secondary salt effects.Complex functions. Application to the spectra of conjugated molecules. ExampleH2-Br2 reaction. Physical picture of bonding and antibonding wave functions. Kinetic isotope effects: Primary and secondary isotope effects. Concentration overpotential. The radial distribution functions. parallel reactions and consecutive reactions(all first order type). Cartesian.Linear free energy relationships. Energy diagram. Separation of variables and the timeindependent Schrodinger equation. Radial and angular functions. Tranition state theory. Construction of trial function by the method of linear combinations. Debye-Huckel limiting law (derivation not required). average values and probabilities.Chemical Kinetics Theories of reaction rates : Collision theory. Approximate methods. l and m and their importance.35 of the expression for LJP – its determination and elimination. equilibrium constant measurements. contour plots and boundary diagrams. Quantum numbers n. 4. The variation method-variation theorem and its proof. Hammett and Taft equations-substituent(  and *) and reaction constant (  and * )with examples. Orthogonal nature of the eigen values of a Hermitian operatorsignificance of orthogonality. The mean ionic activity coefficient. Solvent isotope effects. potentiometric titrations. Trial variation function and variation integral. Simultaneous measurement of properties and the uncertainty principle. Hydrogen like wave functions. Applications of EMF measurements : Solubility product. Emergence of quantum mechanics. Operators-operator algebra. Derivation of Debye-Huckel-Onsager equation – its validity and limitations. average energy of an oscillator (derivation not required). Secular equations and secular determinant. Postulates of quantum mechanics. Well behaved functions. Linear combination of eigenfunctions of an operator. Molecular orbital theory-basic ideas. Paricle in a box. Expansion of a function in terms of eigenvalues. The time dependent Schrodinger equation. Calculation of mean ionic activity coefficient...Opposing reactions. steric factor. Hermitian operators. Electrode polarization – its causes and elimination. Construction of MOs by LCAO . Influence of dielectric constant and ionic strength on ion-ion. Operators  and 2 . Theory of electrolytic conductance. Complex reactions. Average values of observables. Effect of structure on reactivity. H2+ ion. Commutation of operators. Degeneracy of energy levels. Detailed calculation of Wave functions and energies for the bonding and antibonding MOs. Theorems of quantum mechanics. The MO and VB wave functions for H2 molecule and their comparision 5. ion-dipole and dipole-dipole reactions. .

chemical trapping. Pinacol-Pinacolone. elimination Vs substitution. alternant and non-alternant hydrocarbons.and stereoisomers. insulators and semiconductors.singlet and triplet states. Huckle's rule and the concept of aromaticity. oxidation and isomerization reactions with examples. Quenching-Stern Volmer equation. Superconductivity. Reactive Intermediates: Generation. anti addition. regio. Determination of configuration in aldoximes and ketoximes. Magnetic susceptibility. structure.Ferrocene. E-type delayed fluorescence. 3.Bromination and epoxidation followed by ring opening. Types of superconductors. resonance. pseudo-aromaticity. homo-aromaticity. Electrons. Molecular rearrangements involving 1) electron deficient carbon: WagnerMeerwein. . Stereoisomers-classification-configuration –R. Azulenes. Evaluation of kinetic parameters. Photo conductivity and photovoltaic effect-p-n junctions. functional. atropisomerism. The Franck Condon principle. Quantum yield and its determination. Fischer. positional. 2) electron deficient Nitrogen: Hofmann. Photosensitization. Weiss theory of para magnetism Electronic properties of metals. Measured lifetimes. transition states. Band theory. Electronically excited molecules. Pyrolytic syn elimination and αelimination. Langevin diamagnetism. Types of photochemical reactions. Determination of absolute configuration by chemical correlation methods. 4) Base catalyzed rearrangements: Benzilic acid.Snomenclature. anti-aromaticity. use of isotopes. carbanions. State diagrams Photochemical primary processes. E1CB mechanisms.Principle of flash photolysis 7. carbenes. Experimental set up of a photochemical reaction. Lossen. Theories of super conductivityBCS theory. Allylic and Wolf rearrangement. 4. addition. Determination of configuration in E. tautomerism. metallocenes. Photochemistry Electronic transitions in molecules. hyperconjugation. Actinometyferrioxalate and uranyl oxalate actinometers-problems. Orientation and stereoselectivity in E2 eliminations. Enzyme-substrate complex: Fischer‟s lock and key and Koshland‟s induced fit hypotheses.Criteria for Chirality. Solid state chemistry Magnetic properties of solids. Derivation of fluorescence and phosphorescence quantum yields. stability and reactions of carbocations. Hydroboration. Specificity of enzyme-catalyzed reactions. Determination of reaction mechanism: Energy profiles of addition and elimination reactions. Favourski. E1. holes and Excitons. nitrenes and free radicals. Calculation of rate constants of various photophysical processes-problems. Schmidt and Beckmann rearrangements 3) electron deficient Oxygen: Baeyer-Villiger oxidation. Michaelis-Menten mechanisms of enzyme catalyzed reactions involving one and two intermediates. Syn addition of OsO4 and KMnO4. Helically chiral compounds. Organic Reaction mechanism-I Electrophilic addition to carbon-carbon double bond: Stereoselective addition to carbon-carbon double bond. Molecular representations: Wedge.electron transfer.Z isomers. Occurrence of superconductivity. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 1. alkylidene cycloalkanes. abstraction.Z-nomenclature: Spectral and Chemical methods of configuration determination of E. spiranes. Newman and Saw-horse formulae.evaluation of triplet energy splitting(∆EST). band structure of metals. their description and interconversions. Delocalized chemical bonding-conjugation. cross conjugation. Reactive intermediates and Molecular rearrangements. Elimination reactions E2. chiral biaryls. Derivation of kinetic equations. insulators and semi conductors: Electronic structure of solids. Steady-sate approximation. Axially chiral allenes. Transannular.36 Enzyme catalysis: Chemical catalysis and enzyme catalysis – distinction – energy considerations and rate accelerations – examples. Destruction of superconductivity by magnetic fields-Meisner effect. Molecular rearrangements: Definition and classification. crossover experiments. photodissociation. product isolation and structure of intermediates.classification of magnetic materials. aromaticity in benzenoid and non-benzenoid compounds. The temperature dependence of conductivity of extrinsic semi conductors. pH dependence of enzyme-catalyzed reactions – the kinetics and the equations involved. IUPAC nomenclature of organic molecules including structural. Michael reaction. Curtius. detection. Sommlett-Hauser and Smiles rearrangement 5. 6. 2. Annulenes. Fulvenes. Radiative life times of excited states-theoretical treatment. Planar chiral ansa compounds and transcyclooctene. Effect of light intensity on the rates of photochemical reactions. Introduction to fast reactions. Discussion of the various types of forces involved in the formation of E-S complex. Photophysical processesphotophysical kinetics of unimolecular reactions. Nature of Bonding in Organic Molecules and Aromaticity.

Cell shape and motility : The cytoskeleton. 4n+2 and allyl systems. ultraviolet bands for carbonyl compounds. 1. benzothiophene. complex spin-spin interaction. Plant Vacuoles : Tonoplast membrane. photochemistry of aromatic compounds. Ion carriers. Biogenesis. Receptors. nucleochloroplastic interactions. mechanism of measurement. structure determination and synthesis of α-terpeniol and camphor. Plasma membrane : Structure.4. (2+2) additions leading to cage structures.3.2-.5 sigmatropic rearrangements. Alkaloids and terpenoids. 1. Role in movement of molecules and macromolecules.n* and * transitions. Paterno-Buchi reactions. quinoline. Beer-Lambert‟s law. ATPases. effect of solvent on electronic transitions. indole. Importance of heterocyclic compounds as drugs. rearrangements of . Isoprene rule. 4n and 4n+2 systems. thiophene. Plasmodesmata : Structure. pyridine. implications in flagellar and other movements. models and functions : Sites for ATPases. Comparison with gap junctions. Jablonski diagram. replication. number and nature of hetero atoms.photochemistry of 1. gene expression. nuclear pores. Effect of hydrogen bonding and solvent effects-NMR-Shielding mechanism. Mithochondria : Structure. transcription. Dienes . benzofuran. dienes. Classification of pericyclic reactions.Importance of natural products as drugs. initiation. quenching. chemical exchange. unsaturated carbonyl Compounds. Protein sorting : Targeting of proteins to organelles.additions 9. metastable peak. conjugated polyenes. 13C NMR spectroscopy. Cycloadditions-antarafacial and suprafacial additions. Organic Photochemistry. mechanism of translation. Structure determination of organic compounds by UV IR. Nucleus : Structure.3 butadiene.3 and 5. chemical shift-Mass spectral fragmentation of organic compounds. 7. Frank-Condon principles.5 hexatriene and allyl system.unsaturated ketones and cyclohexadienones. dissipation of photochemical energy. nucleosome organization. photosensitization. elongation and termination. Channels and pumps. solvent extraction and chemical methods. furan. RNA editing. Frontier orbitals of ethylene. structure and role of tRNA. Norrish type-I and Norrish type-II cleavages. DNA structure : A. molecular-ion peak. 1. .3butadienes. biogenesis. Sigmatropic shifts involving carbon moieties. nucleolus.BOTANY CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF PLANTS Cell Wall : Structure and functions. as storage organelle. NMR an Mass Various electronic transitions. site of protein synthesis.3 dipolar cycloadditions Sigmatropic rearrangements Suprafacial and antarafacial shifts of H. 8. 13. motor movements. 4n. photochemistry of cyclohexadienes. 2+2 addition of ketene. Photochemistry of carbonyl compounds . quantum efficiency and quantum yield. Synthesis and reactivity of pyrrole. genome organization. Ribosomes : Structure.. Pericyclic Reactions Molecular orbital symmetry. B and Z forms. exicited state of benzene and its 1. isoquinoline. Photochemical energy. Chloroplast : Structure. Nomenclature of heterocyclic systems based on ring size. Plant promoters and transcription factors. FMO and PMO (Mobius Huckel) approaches. Photoreduction. photochemistry of enones hydrogen abstraction. photochemistry of p-benzoquinones.Hoffmann correlation diagrams. Structure determination and synthesis of papaverine.37 6. 10. 3. nicotine and quinine-General methods in the structure determination of terpenes. damage and repair. Isolation of natural products by steam distillation. Electrocyclic reactions-Conrotatory and disrotatory. rRNA biosynthesis. common functional groups. singlet and triplet states. Woodward . chemical shift values. transporters. splicing mRNA transport. 1. genome organization. organization and role of microtubules and microfilaments. growth.

CYTOLOGY. in situ hybridization. role of cyclins and cyclin dependent kinases. multigene families and their evolution. regulation of gene expression in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. reserve food. Genetic recombination and genetic mapping : Recombination . Structural and numerical alterations in chromosomes : Duplication. Benzer‟s experiment. criteria for classification of algae : pigments. cell ultra structure . Variance. role of RecA and RecBCD enzymes . Mutations : Spontaneous and induced mutations . evolution of major crop plants. confocal microscopy. enrichment and anaerobic culture. . banding patterns . Standard deviation. karyotype analysis . Microbial Ecology : Genetrification . GISH. autopolyploids . molecular organization of centromere and telomere. mechanisms of programmed cell death. C-value paradox. Other cellular organelles : Structure and functions of microbodies. lampbrush. Techniques in cell biology : Immuno techniques.38 Cell cycle and apoptosis : Control mechanisms. linkage groups. independent assortment and crossing over . molecular basis of gene mutations . Microbial growth : Nutritional requirements of microorganisms and methods to measure growth. lysosomes. GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS Chromatin organization : Chromosome structure and Packaging of DNA. B-chromosomes and sex chromosomes . nucleolus and ribosomal RNA genes . endo plasmic reticulum. sexual. asexual) . flagella . restriction mapping – concept and techniques . Molecular cytogenetic : Nuclear DNA content. Student‟t‟ test. agriculture and environment. polytene. mutations induced transposons . classification. inversion and translocation . Golgi apparatus. site-specific recombination . Genetics of prokaryotes and eukaryotic organelles : genetic recombination in phage . molecular mechanism of recombination . chromosome mapping. conjugation and transduction in bacteria . Charophyta. Bacillariophyta. BIOLOGY AND DIVERSITY OF LOWEER PLANTS : CRYPTOGAMS Microbiological techniques : Pure culture. phosphorous solubilization . reproduction (vegetative. retinoblastoma and E2F proteins. nitrogen fixation Phycology : Thallus organization . Importance of microorganisms : Microbes in medicine. chisquare and ANOVA. genetics of mitochondria and chloroplasts cytoplasmic male sterility. genetic transformation. construction molecular maps. allopolyploids . Gene structure and expression : Genetic fine structure . genetic markers. site-directed mutagenesis . transposable elements in prokaryotes and eukaryotes . euchromatin and heterochromatin . Biostatistics : Mean. cis – trans test . specialized types of chromosomes . cot curve and its significance. salient features of Chlorophyta. Marker assisted breeding. RNA splicing . Plant Breeding : Principles and methods of plant breeding . introns and their significance . DNA damage and repair mechanisms. Xanthophyta. cytokinesis and cell plate formation. molecular basis of chromosome pairing. deficiency. Standard error. physical and chemical mutagens . FISH.

Mycology : General characters of fungi . genus. Photochemistry and photosynthesis : Photosynthetic pigments and light harvesting complexes. classification . the TCA cycle. Ephedrales. passive and active solute transport. Bryophyta : Morphology. Sphenopsida and Pteropsida. evolution of stele . membrane transport proteins. algal blooms. free energy and chemical potential. reproduction and life history . nutrition (saprobic. role of cyclic nucleotides. cell ultrastructure . Membrane transport and translocation of water and solutes : Plant water relations. calcium calmodulin cascade. Basidiomycotina. kinetics of enzymatic catalysis. algae as food. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND METABOLISM Energy flow : Principles of thermodynamics. algal biofertilizers . structure and functions of ATP. Ginkgoales. Signal transduction : Receptors and G-proteins. biochemical and molecular techniques . Welwitschiales and Gnetales. General account of Mastigomycotina. Sphagnales. Respiration and lipid metabolism : Glycolysis. Deuteromycotina . phytochemical. pentose phosphate pathway. phospholipid signaling. fungi as biocontrol agents. computers and GIS. Junger maniales. biotropic. biosynthesis of starch and sucrose. photo oxidation of water. Fundamentals of enzymology : General aspects. . principles used in assessing relationship. species. distribution . alternative oxidase system. mechanism of water transport through xylem. invasions and introductions. heterospory and origin of seed habit. Coniferales. sexual) . mechanisms of electron and proton transport. cladistics in taxonomy . plant explorations. The species concept : Taxonomic hierarchy. anatomy and reproduction . photorespiration and its significance. relative merits and demerits of major systems of classification. heterothallism . feed and uses in industry. general account of Marchantiales. Mycorrhizae . regulatory and active sites. cytological. the CAM pathway. allosteric mechanism. serological. histological. economic and ecological importance. Zygomycotina. structure. family and other categories . Michaelis – Menton equation and its significance. classification. heterokaryosis parasexuality . Ascomycotina. symbiotic) . isoenzymes. fungal diseases in plants and humans . carbon assimilation – the Calvin cycle. reproduction (vegetative. Systems of angiosperm classification : Phenetic versus phylogenetic systems .39 Phaeophyta and Rhodophyta . introduction to Psilo psida. delimitation of taxa and attribution of rank. TAXONOMY AND DIVERSITY OF SEED PLANTS Introduction and classification of Gymnosperms Structure and reproduction in Cycadales. Funariales and Polytrcales . fungi in industry. floras . cell wall composition . Anthoceratales. Pteridophyta : Morphology. redox reactions. medicine and as food . asexual. Taxonomic tools : Herbarium . the C4 cycle. general account of fossil pteriodophyta . Concepts of phytogeography : Endemism. electron transport and ATP synthesis. Lycopsida. substrate relationship in fungi . glyoxylate cycle. diversity in protein kinases and phosphatases. Molecular aspects in classification. hotspots. unicellular and multicellular organization . Salient features of the International Code of Botanical nomenclature.

soil and vegetation patterns of the world: Life zones. oxidative stress. Plant growth regulators and elicitors : Physiological effects and mechanism of action of auxins. jasmonic acid and salicyclic acid. influence of hormones and environmental factors on senescence. Female gametophyte: Ovule development. polyembryony. control of tissue differentiation especially xylem and phloem . Stress physiology : Plant responses to biotic and abiotic stress. IPM PLANT DEVELOPMENT AND REPRODUCTION Shoot development : Organization of the shoot apical meristem (SAM). gibberellins. vascular tissue differentiation. Male gametophyte: Structure of anthers. role of vernalization. embryo culture. role of tapetum. double fertilization. overcoming seed dormancy. . apomixes. major biomes and major vegetation and sol types of the world. Coping with biotic stress : Chemical control. embryogenesis. Biological control. endogenous clock and its regulation. pollen – pistil interaction and fertilization : Floral characteristics. fatty acid biosynthesis. Pollination. Nitrogen fixation and metabolism : Biological nitrogen fixation. pollen embryos. pollen development and gene expression. metal toxicity. structural lipids and storage lipids and their catabolism. cytokinins. homeotic muntants in Arabidopsis and Antirrhinum. HR and SAR. nodule formation and nod factors. organization of the embryo sac. Photobiology : Photochromes and cryptochromes. Senescence and programmed cell death (PCD): Types of cell death. salinity stress. control of cell division and cell to cell communication. cell fates and lineages. mechanism of nitrate uptake and reduction. ethylene. PLANT ECOLOGY Climate. Seed development and fruit growth: Endosperm development during early. megasporogenesis. pollen germination. structure of the embryo sac cells. ammonium assimilation. The flowering process : Photoperiodism. maturation and desiccation stages. Phyllotaxy and leaf differentiation Root development : Organization of root apical meristem (RAM). water deficit and drought resistance. brassinosteroids. microsporogenesis. cellular localization. pollen storage . self-incompatibility. Vegetation organization: Concepts of community and continuum . PCD in the life cycle of plants. fruit maturation. storage proteins of endosperm and embryo.40 structure and function of lipids. analysis of communities(analytical and synthetic characters) Ecological succession: Hydrosere and xerosere. secretory ducts and laticifers. Dormancy: Seed dormancy. floral induction and development – genetic and molecular analysis. polymines. synthesis of membrane lipids. abscisic acid. photophysiology of light –induce responses. pollen allergy. mechanisms of biotic and abiotic stress tolerance. sperm dimorphism and hybrid seed production. freezing and heat stress. pollination mechanisms and vectors. pollen tube growth and guidance . metabolic changes associated with senescence and its regulation. sex determination. cell lineages during late embryo development. bud dormancy. male sterility.

general account of the activities of Botanical Survey of India (BSI). global biogeochemical cycles of C. quality parameters. sustainability indicators. ozone layer and ozone hole . sources. Climate change: Green house gases (CO2. scope and applications. mineral cycles (pathways. water and soil pollution: Kinds. gums. speciation and extinction. ecosystem restoration. CH4. ecological efficiencies). Ecosystem stability : Concept (resistance and resilience). and totipotency. Strategies for conservation – ex situ conservation : Principles and practices. scope. global warming. fusion and culture. sustainable development. processes. pollution control and aesthetics. effects on plants ecosystems. CFCs: sources. BIOTECHNOLOGY AND GENETIC ENGINEERING OF PLANTS AND MICROBES Plant Biotechnology – Principles. in vitro repositories. N2O. field gene banks. cryobanks. Plant cell and tissue culture : General introduction. IUCN categories of threat.41 Ecosystem organization: Structure and functions. litter fall and decomposition (mechanism. PLANT RESOURCE UTILIZATION AND CONSERVATION Plant Biodiversity and sustainable development Origin. seed banks. environmental status of plants based on International Union for Conservation of Nature. Ethnobotany Important fire-wood and timber – yielding plants and non-wood forest products (NWFPs) such as bamboos. resins and fruits. protected areas in India – sanctuaries. non-formal conservation efforts. embryogenesis. primary production (methods of measurement. Principles of conservation. energy dynamics (trophic organization. botany. Ecological management : Concepts. Strategies for conservation – in situ conservation : International efforts and Indian initiatives . global pattern. biosphere reserves. Green revolution : Benefits and adverse consequences. cultivation and uses of (i) Food forage and fodder crops (ii) fibre crops (iii) medicinal and aromatic plants and (iv) vegetable oil-yielding crops. rattans. Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR). Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) for conservation.P and S. inventory. Plants used as avenue trees for shade.N. cellular differentiation. ecology of plant invasion . National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR). budgets) in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. UV radiation). Organogenesis and adventives embryogenesis : Morphogenesis. Air. sea level rise. botanical gardens. energy flow Pathways. wetlands. national parks. mangroves and coral reefs for conservation of wild biodiversity. extinctions. role of biodiversity in ecosystem functions and stability . Biological diversity: Concept and levels. evolution. controlling factors). distribution and global patterns. raw materials for paper-making. substrate quality land climatic factors). Somatic hybridization : Protoplast isolation. somatic . trends and role). dyes. ecological perturbations (natural and anthropogenic) and their impact on plants and ecosystems . consequences of climate change (CO2 fertilization. tannins. environmental impact assessment . terrestrial biodiversity hot spots.

Porifera: Canal system in porifera. Paedogenesis. Arthropoda: Mouthparts of Insects. functional genomics. Levels of structural organization : Unicellular. 2. 2. Ancylostoma. Loa. pearl formation and Pearl industry. DNA fingerprinting and DNA markers. Trichinella. cryopreservation and germplasm storage.. 3. Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells. skeleton in porifera. Methods of gene transfer – Agrobacterium – medicated and microprojectile. Important Snakes of India. Coelom formation.42 Applications of plant tissue culture : Clonal propagation. Ascaris. Oxyuris. 6. genetic improvement of industrial microbes. 7. Proterostomia and Dueterostornia. Levels of organization of tissues. production of hybrids and soma clones. useful and harmful insects. 5. Apiculture and sericulture in India. 14. crustacean larvae. Coelenterata : Polymorphism. Annelida: Excretory system. ecological risks and ethical concerns. 4. Protozoa: Locomotion. DNA synthesis and sequencing. 5. Schistosoma sp. Genetic engineering of plants : Transgenic plants. microarrays. Coelomata. 3. Concepts of species and hierarchical taxa. vectors. Origin of Chordates. genomic / c DNA libraries. artificial seed. coral formation. Retrogressive metamorphosis. General characteristics and classification of invertebrates up to class level. bioinformatics. 8. Pseudocoelomata. 2. 9. chloroplast transformation. colonial and multicellular forms. Respiratory. Mollusca: Respiritation. selection of recombinants and transformants. biological nomenclature. . organs & systems. Metamorphosis in insects. Excretory and Reproductive systems of Vertebrates. Metagenesis. genome projects. coelom and coelomoducts. Reproduction in sponges.. Non-Chordata : 1. Recombinant DNA technology : Gene cloning principles and techniques. polymerase chain reaction. Protozoan diseases of man. Dinosaurs. Genomics and proteomics : High throughput sequencing. Strongyloides – their life cycles.ZOOLOGY General Concepts : 1. Circulatory. Pisciculture in India. classical methods of taxonomy of animals. Common edible fishes of Andhra Pradesh. Hemlinths: Common Helminthic parasites of Man – Taenia solium. Torsion and De-torsion. 3. CHORDATA : 1. Echinodermata: Echinoderm larvae. General Characters and classification of chordates upto class. Comparative account of Digestive. Origin and evolution of Amphibia. Vertebrate integument and derivatives. Nutrition and Reproduction in protozoa. Water vascular system. Parasitism and parasitic adaptations. Microbial genetic manipulation : Bacterial transformation. Neotony. Acoelomata. production of secondary metabolites / natural products. 4. phylogeny and affinities of Hemichordata.Etenophora. intellectual property rights.

Lambda operan. 7. peroxisomes. Excretory system . heterochromatin. 8. endoplasmic reticulum. biochemical.initiation. Ear. Mendel's law of inheritance . 3. neural and chemical regulation of all above. 2. DNA damage and repair mechanisms. CELL BIOLOGY : 1. Active transport. euchromatin.Blood corpuscles. . Regulation of gene expression . plasma function.Comparative physiology of excretion. neural and chemical regulation of respiration. 3. 6. 4. Permeability. Nervous system . inversion and translocation. 4 Cell division and cell cycle . Phagocytosis. 7. ploidy and their genetic implications). loss of function. micturition. -18). exchange of gases. 5. Structure & function of Intracellular organelles – Nucleus. intercellular communication.Transport of gases. 2. regulation and control of cell cycle. Sex anamolies (Turner's syndrome. Genetic disorders due to mutant genes (Huntington's chorea). Crossing over : Types (Somatic or mitotic crossing over and Germinal or meiotic crossing over). Autosomal abnormalities (Down's syndrome. Plasma Membrane-Ultrastructure. Sickle cell anemia. germinal versus somatic mutants). gain of function. Mitochondria. SYSTEM AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY : 1.Mitosis and meiosis. Cardiovascular System : Neurogenic. and cytological detection of crossing over. Exocytosis. Trisomy-13. their regulation. tetrad analysis. Cell wall. mapping with molecular markers. Iysosomes. conditional. heart as a pump. synapse. replication origin and replication fork. duplication. alkaptonuria. plastids. Osmaregulation – Osmoregulation in fishes. structure of chromatin and chromosomes. Blood and circulation . Human genetics : Human karyotyping. Endocytosis. GENETICS : 1. Flight adaptations and Migration in birds. blood groups. 6. mutant types (lethal. Sense organs – Eye. Respiratory system . Mutations : Types (Spontaneous and Induced). haemostasis. repair and recombination . myogenic hearts. steps in cell cycle. Hermaphroditism). Recombinant technology.Operon.Lac operon. Hormonal control of osmoregulation. 5. action potential. haemoglobin. Chromosomal aberrations (deletion. somatic cell hybrids. DNA replication. 5. waste elimination.Unit of replication. 4.43 6. Gene mapping methods : Linkage-complete and Incomplete linkage. theories about the mechanism of crossing over. Klinefelter's syndrome. Adaptive radiation and Dentition in Mammals. urine formation. Cytoskeleton and its role in motility. 7. Recombination. haemopoiesis. Archeopteryx. 3. Molecular basis of mutations. unique and repetitive DNA. Conduction of nerve impulse. Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cell. Transgenic and cloned animals. transposons. Golgi bodies. Neurotransmitters. cardiac cycle. Inborn errors of metabolism-Pheynylketonuria.Neurons. vacuoles. Organization of genes and chromosomes . causes and detection. 2. 6. membrane pumps. Poultry in India.Critical review and Linkage. elongation and termination of Genetic code. Linkage maps. Muscle : Ultraa structure and mechanism of muscle contraction. Protein synthesis .

food web and trophic levels. Mast cells. Humoral immunity: Immunoglobulins (fine structure of immunoglobulins and immunoglobulin classes). 10. granulocytic cells. Cross-reactivity. Antigens: Antigenic determinants or epitopes. Biodiversity-Economic significance. Avidity. skin. Development of Frog and chick. Genetic drift and convergent evolution. 2. effects of pollution on ecosystem. Speciation. EVOLUTION : 1. Oxidative phosphorylation. Cells of the immune system : Lymphoid cells. 7. conservation. genetic control of development. Antigen-Antibody interactions : Affinity.Endocrine glands. 5. immunogenicity. Classical and alternate pathway. food chains. intestine. Embryogenesis in vertebrates. Origin of life . inflammation.44 9. TCA cycle and their Biomedical importance. 7. Hardy weinberg' Law. Digestive system . Evolution of Man. kidney. 13. Chemical bonds (Covalent. Gluconeogenesis. Regualtion. Hydrogen and Ionic bonds.primary and secondary lymphoid organs. stomach. Zoogeographical realms of the world. blood. Adaptive radiation. noise. IMMUNOLOGY : 1. Ecological succession. cleavage. theories of Evolution.Digestion. 8. 6. the complement system. Population Genetics (Gene pool. Influence of environmental factors on animals. Speamatogenesis. Glycolysis. Formation and function of foetal membranes. HISTOLOGY : 1. Gene frequency). absorption. Brief account on immunological Hypersensitivity disorders : . bone. NK cells. 3. Wildlife in India-conservation.Modern concepts. 3. 2. reproduction in mammals. basic mechanism of hormone action. ECOLOGY : 1. prevention of pollution. Isolation. 4. 7. Mononuclear cells. Fertilization. land. energy flow in Ecosystem. Order of protein structure. 12. Redox Potentials. secondary. lymphatic system. 3. 11. 6. 3. primary. 4. assimilation and egestion. hot spots of India. Environmental pollution-Air. interferon. 14. hormones and diseases. proteins and lipids). thermal and visual.Epithelial. Mitochondrial electron transport system. Outline classification of organic compounds (carbohydrates. Van der waals interactions). parthenogenesis. 4. pancreas. Chipko movement. oogenesis. Brief account on Antigen presentation. Organs of the immune system . Community and population ecology. 6. Histology of Mammalian tissues and organs . cartilage. Major histocompatability complex. 2. connective. Natural Selection. 4. Innate (Non-specific immunity): Anatomical barriers. Biogeochemical cycles (Carbon. 2. Testis and Ovary. Nitrogen and Phosphorous). phagocytosis. radioactive. gastrulation formation of germ layers. tertiary and quaternary. 5. Types of Placenta. 5. liver. 6. Pentose phosphate pathway. water. precipitation reactions. Concept of Ecosystem. DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY : 1. Haptens. Cell mediated immunity : Mechanism of cell mediated immunity. 5. and Agglutination reactions and ELISA. Endocrinology and reproduction . Ramachandran plot.

Expectations of functions of rv‟s. statements and applications of monotone convergence theorem.HIV. Hyper-geometric. exponential. expectation.45 a) Tolerance and Autoimmunity b) Transplantation. convergence in distribution. Law of large numbers. Foatou‟s lemma. Canonical Correlations an MDS. bi-variate as a particular case. d) Immunization (Active and passive immunity). t and F distributions. c. Bernoulli and Khintchen‟s WLLN‟s. moments. Caratheodory extension theorem (Statement only). Chebychev. uniqueness theorem (Functions which cannot be Characteristic functions). Borel-Cantelli lemma Borel 0-1 law. timehomogeneity. induced sigma field. Kolomogorov Inequality. Distribution Theory      Standard discrete and continuous univariate distributions : Binomial. positive recurrent. Measure. Multivariate normal. Lebesque mesure. Poisson. classification of states of a Markov chain – recurrent. almost sure convergence. conditional expectation and conditional variance.f. Weibull. Slutskey‟s theorem. Lognormal. marginal distribution and finite – dimensional distribution. Distributions of correlation coefficient. fields. Introduction to stochastic processes. Normal and Lognormal) and mixture distributions – Definition and examples. convergence in quadratic mean and their interrelationships. gama. null-recurrent and transient states. Measurable functions. conditional probability and Bayes Theorem. Sampling Distributions of sample mean and variance. Statement of Lindberg-Feller CLT. measurable function. Borel sigma fields in R. Uniform. Empirical distribution function. Normal. Distributions of quadratic forms under normality and related distribution theory. independence of X and s2.d. Characteristic function of a random variable and its properties. Weak law of large numbers. Kolm ogorov 0-1 law (Glevenko – Cantelli Lemma Statement only). Compounding distributions using Binomial and Poisson. Levy‟s continuity theorem (Statement only). Holder‟s and Minkowsky‟s inequalities. Poisson. convergence in Probability. partial and multiple correlations. Basic Properties of a Measure. Discriminent analysis and cluster Analysis. Functions of Random variables and their distributions (including transformation of rv‟s). Order statistics Joint and marginal distributions of order statistics and Distribution of Range. LindbergLevy CLT. Cauchy-Schwartz. Truncated (Binomial. Liapounou‟ CLT. their applications. Multinomial distribution. conditional and marginal distributions. Sequence of Random variables. Families of Distributions : Power series distributions. Central Limit theorem : Demoviere – Laplace CLT. Joint. Exponential families of distributions. Central and Non-central ϰ2. Random event. and Cauchy distributions and their properties. Borel function. Liapunov. sigma-fields. Jenson. Inversion theorem. FA. classification of stochastic process according to state-space and time-domain. Sample Space. case and their applications. dominated convergence theorem. Markov. Marginal and conditional pmf‟s and pdf‟s. c) Immunodeficiency diseases . Kolmogorov SLLN for independent random variables and statement only for i. Bivariate Normal. random variables. geometric. Chapman-Kolmogorov equations. Distributions of order statistics from rectangular. . Classes of sets. simple applications. Negative Binomial. exponential and normal distributions. minimal sigma-fields. beta.STATISTICS Probability Theory :      Random experiment.. Lebesque-Stieltjes measures. statements of three series theorem. Dimension reduction method : PCA. Triangular. Bivariate Exponential (Marshall and Olkins form). Probability Measure.i. 15. distribution function and its properties. and inter relationships. Finite and countable state Markov chains.

examples. (Expectations and variance of above test statistics. Estimation and testing viewed as decision problems. statement of the asymptotic properties of LR statistics with applications (including homogeneity of means and variances). Most powerful test. Interval Estimation. Concept of sequential estimation. Properties of MLE. Stratified random sampling and Systematic Sampling.46 Statistical Inference :           Point Estimation : Point Estimation Vs. Cramer-Rao inequality and Bhattacharya bounds. Wilcoxon signed Rank test. SPRT procedures for Binomial. Concepts of consistency. Wilcoxon signed rank test for paired comparisons. Likelihood function. Concepts of loss. Neyman –Pearson fundamental lemma. Definition of CAN and BAN. confidence level CI using pivots and shortest length CI. examples. WaldWolfowitz Runs test and Normal scores test. Sampling Techniques    Non – Sampling errors : Sources and treatment of non-sampling errors. test function. risk and decision functions. exponential family of distribution. Binomial and Poisson Distributions. Concept of robustness in estimation and testing with example. Kruskal – Wallis test for one-way layour (K-samples). ARE of one sample. Asymptotic Relative Efficiently (ARE) and Pitman‟s theorem. Horowitz – Thompson. Notions of sequential versus fixed sample size techniques. Wilcoxon Mann-Whitney test. Neyman factorization theorem (Proof in the discrete case only). UMVU estimation. Statement of optimality of SPRT. Chi-Square test of goodness of fit and independence in contingency tables. Non – sampling bias and variance. Two sample problems based on sign test. unbiased and invariance of tests. except for Kolmogorov – Smirnov tests. Fisher Information. statistical test. Statements about their exact and asymptotic distributions). estimation and their properties. Normal and Exponential distributions and associate OC and ASN functions. Friedman test for two-way layout (randomised block). Consistency and asymptotic normality of the consistent solutions of likelihood equations. admissible and optimal decision functions. Median and modal unbiased estimation. SRSWR / WOR. Likelihood Ratio tests. run test and Kolmogorov – Smirnov test. consistency. Advantages. Exponential. Unequal probability Sampling : ppswr / wor methods (including Lahiri‟s scheme) and related estimators of a finite population mean. Relation between confidence interval estimation and testing of hypothesis. examples. Tests for independence based on Spearman‟s rank correlation and Kendall‟s Tau. Poisson. Interval estimation. efficiency and sufficiency – examples. Rao-Blackwell theorem. Methods of estimation : method of moments and maximum likelihood method. paired sample and two sample locations tests. Critical region. Ansari-Bradley test for two sample dispersions. Kolmogorov – Smirnov Test. . Wald‟s sequential probability Ratio test (SPRT) procedure for testing simple null hypothesis against simple alternative. level of significance. types of errors. Desirable properties of a good estimator : Unbiasedness. Sampling distribution. MLR families and Uniformly most powerful tests for one parameter exponential families. Termination property of SPRT. Hansen – Horowitz and Yates and Grundy estimators for population mean / total and their variances. Fundamental notions of hypothesis testing-Statistical hypothesis. power function. sequential estimation of a normal population. Nonparametric methods : Nonparametric methods for one-sample problems based on sign test. randomized and non-randomized tests. Confidence intervals for the parameters for Normal. Completeness and LehmannScheffe theorem.

estimation of parameters. Cellular organelles-Plasma membrane. Sub sampling (Two – Stage only) : Equal first stage units – Estimator of population mean. Cell theory. its variance in terms of intracluster correlation. Regulators of cell cycle progression – MPF.B. Cancer: Types and Classification. estimator of mean per unit. Youdin design. variance / MSE. Lack of fit and pure error. Multiple Comparisons : Fishers least significance difference (LSD) and Duncan‟s Multiple Range test (DMR test). cyclins and cyclin-dependent kinases. examining the regression equation. Liposomes. Regression method of estimation : Concept.D. Determination of optimal sample size for a given cost. extra cellular matrix.. P. Gauss-Markov theorem.. ions and macromolecules across membranes. Transport of nutrients. relationship between BLUE‟s and linear Zero-functions. Regression estimators in SRS with pre-assigned value of regression coefficient (Difference Estimator) and estimated value of regression coefficient. Sub-cellular fractionation and criteria of functional integrity. Mitochondria. 3 and 4 and 32 factorial experiment. Polynomial regressions – use of orthogonal polynomials. time sequence plot. B. Cell cycle – Overview of eukaryotic cell cycle. Estimability of a linear parametric function. Gauss-Markov linear model. Concept of balanced partial confounding. variance / MSE. their variance / MSE. Introduction of residuals.B. one-quarter replications of 25 and 26 factorial designs. Ratio estimators in SRS. tests of hypothesis on correlation parameters.47     Ratio Method Estimation: Concept of ratio estimators.BIOTECHNOLOGY CELL BIOLOGY: Diversity of cell size and shape. Simple linear regression. BLUE for linear functions of parameters. Cell death and proliferation – Apoptosis: definition. structure and functions. Resolutions of a design. their bias. estimator of variance. estimator – population mean its variance / MSE. Analysis of Multiple regression models. Unequal first stage units – estimator of the population mean and its variance / MSE. Molecular assemblies like membranes. 24 and 32 factorial designs. sub-hypothesis.I. Design of Experiments      Formulation of a linear model through examples. Regression estimators in Stratified Random sampling – Separate and combined regression estimators. Predictor variables Xij. Total and Partial Confounding in case of 23. Cell cycle check points.I. Estimation and testing of regression parameters.B. interaction and analysis of 2 k. Chloroplast. drug delivery systems. microscopic techniques for study of cells. The use of dummy variables in multiple regression. Development and Properties of Cancer cells. factorial experiment in general with particular reference to k = 2. Serial correlation among the residual outliers. differences between apoptosis and necrosis and mechanism. Fractional replications of factorial designs : One half replications of 23 and 24 factorial designs. Nucleus and other organelles and their organization. Cell motility-cilla. Cluster Sampling : Cluster sampling with clusters of equal sizes. their analysis. Split – Plot design. Somatic . Factorial experiments : Estimation of Main effects.D. regulation of cell cycle by cell growth and extra cellular signals. their variances / MSE. overall plot. Ratio estimator in Stratified random sampling – Separate and combined estimators. cell wall. flagella of eukaryotes. Cluster sampling with clusters of unequal sizes. plot against Yi. their bias. testing of hypothesis. structure and functional aspects. variance / MSE. Analysis of Covariance : One-way and Two-way classifications. 16. intra block analysis. and determination of optimum sample and cluster sizes for a given cost. Ribosome‟s. Derivation of Multiple and Partial correlations. cellular energy transactionsrole of mitochondria and chloroplast.

import into nucleus. Hormones. mutation and mutagenesis. Measures of central tendency-mean. Antisense oligonucelotides. structure and functions of carbohydrates. GM counters and autoradiography. Nomenclature and new approaches to microbial taxonomy. Chromatography Methods. co-translation and posttranslational modifications of proteins. Viruses: structure and replication of viruses. measurement of radioactivity by Liquid scintillation counting. regulation and post transcriptional modifications in Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes. Ultra centrifugation. Principles of thermodynamics. criteria for purity. Protein Localization-Synthesis of secretory and membrane proteins. covalent bonds. vitamins and minerals. acids. Biology of Cancer-Oncogenes and Tumour Suppressor genes. Pure culture techniques. Transcripition. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY: - DNA Structure. partition. F-test. mitochondria. Methods of cell study. Translation and regulation in Prokaryotes and eukaryotes. proteins. general role of microorganisms in transformation of organic matter and in the causation of diseases. Molecular Mapping of Genome. Biotic and abiotic stress in plants. Growth and its mathematical expression. MICROBIOLOGY: - Discovery of the microbial world. median. Classification. replication. gene disruption. Purple and green bacteria Ricketsias. FLP/FRT and Cre/Lox recombination RecA and other recombinases. Radiochemical methods. IR. instrumentation and applications of VIS/UV. repair and recombination. BIOMOLECULES AND ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES: . sterilization methods. Chi-square test. weak bonds. Electron Cryomicroscopy and Scanning Tunneling microscopy. proteins and nucleic acids sequencing methods. confocal microscopy. molecular targets of drug action and Ribozyme Technology. synchronized cultures. pH. LASER Raman Spectroscopy MASS Spectroscopy. Distribution of data bionomial. Meiosis. culture enrichment techniques. Principles of microbial nutrition and composition of culture media. Culture collection and maintenance of cultures. Specific activity and precursor-product relationship. second messengers (calcium. Viroids and Prions. site directed mutagenesis and Human genome project. and affinity methods. Genes. amino acids. Archea. Fluorescence Spectroscopy. DNA viruses and RNA viruses.Chemical foundations of Biology water. Tracer studies and Effect of radiation on cells. pK. NMR. nucleic acids and lipids. Viruse . Gametogenesis. Classification. Signal transduction: types of receptors. Distinguishing features of prokaryotes and eukaryotes. X-ray Crystallography. Transposons BIOSTATISTICS: - Frequency distribution.48 mutations in cancer cells. poission and normal. Flowcytometry and FACS (fluorescence activated cell sorter) and atomic force microscopy. buffers. Chlamydia and Mycoplasma. Transcriptional and post-transcriptional gene silencing. Microbial taxonomy. mode and standard deviation-probability distribution-regression-correlation- Analysis of variance-tests of significance. Homologous Recombination-Holliday model gene targeting. function and mechanism of action of pRB and p53 tumor suppressor proteins. ion exchange. Analytical techniques: Principle. Structure. Differential colorimetry. Stable and radioactive isotopes.T-test. phoshoinositides and Nitric oxide). fertilization and Development of chick embryo. chloroplast and peroxisomes. bases.

ethanol. Antigencity and super antigens. applications in biosensors. BCR and TCR and generation of diversity. resiliency of ecosystem and sustainable development. Isoenzymes. subunit vaccines. Allosterism. Purification of enzymes and their applications. bioremediation of contaminated soils and waste land. waste water treatment: aerobic and anaerobic processes. Vaccines – Concept of immunization. Various techniques used for the immobilization of enzymes and their applications in Biotechnology. Complement system. Vaccine delivery systems. cells and organs of the immune system. Single chain antibodies. Downstream processing. Phage Display library and yeast two hybrid . Enzyme memory and mnemonic enzymes. adding disulfide bonds – changing asparagines to other amino acids modification of metal cofactor requirements. Types of vaccines – Whole organism (attenuated and inactivated) and component vaccines (synthetic peptides. Cytokines and their role in immune regulation. GM microbes GENETIC ENGINEERING:- Discovery. properties and application of Restriction enzymes. penicillin and riboflavin. industrial applications of bioprocess. ENZYME TECHNOLOGY:- Discovery classifications and nomenclature of enzymes. Bacteriophages. Lymphocyte trafficking. conjugate vaccines. cell concentration and stirring. environmental pollution and global problems. Intracellular localization of enzymes. structure and function. generation of humeral and cell mediated immune responses. Hypersensitivity. Antigen-antibody interactions. Antigen processing and presentation. Psychoneuro-immunology. Enzymes kinetics. water. protein engineering. recombinant vaccines. Autoimmunity. RNA phages. Multienzyme complexes and multifunctional enzymes Physico-chemical characterization of enzymes. Hybridoma Technology. Cell migration and Homing. Purification and crystallization of products. Retroviruses. Single cell proteins. Blood groups. Reporter assays. citric acid. Genomic and cDNA Library construction and screening of recombinants by hybridization methods.49 and their Genetic System. routes of vaccination. Transplantation. IMMUNOLOGY:- Phylogeny of immune System. Cloning and expression vectors. Immunoglobulin and gene organization. Synchronized and continuous culturing. theories of antibody diversity. genomic DNA and mRNA. ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY:- Ecological balance. Major histocompatibility complex. kinetic of enzymes of inhibition. Filtration. Biomass and Bioenergy. Innate and acquired immunity. AIDS and other Immunodeficiency. BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING:- Fermentation-types of fermentors and bioreactor design.site directed mutagenesis. Hematopoietic and differentiation. Techniques of enzymes isolation and assay. air. DNA vaccines. Purification of plasmids. Increasing of specific activity Stability to thermal and salinity conditions. Tumor Immunology.lymphocytes. Cell mediated cytotoxic. Immunoglobulin types. Industrial application of enzyme. Industrial production of glutamic acid. Activation of B-and T. methods of cell disruption. soil pollution and their impacts on environment and biotechnological approaches for management. biotechnological treatment for industrial effluents and solid wastes.

Mcrobial identification methods. Continuous culturing methods. types and replication. Contributions of Scientists. SSCP (single stand conformational polymorphism).. Scaling–up of animal cell culture. Types. PAM and BLOSUM matrices. Cell cloning and micromanipulation.50 system. pollen and ovary culture for production of haploid plants. cell culture techniques. Phenomenon of bacterial sporulation. . national and international guidelines/regulations. Molecular marker assisted selection and Breeding: RFLP maps. Organ and histotypic cultures. AFLP. Signal transduction. Cell synchronization. Cell cycle and programmed cell death. organ perfusion studies. maintenance of cell culture. microsatellite repeat patterns. EST analysis. Virology DNA structure. Gene silencing methods. STS. Concept of ribozyme. site directed mutagenesis.coli. Measurement of viability and cytotoxicity. Biotechnology patents and safeguarding human health. Measurement of Growth. Biochips. GM animals. simple and complex growth media. primary and established cell lines. Drug designing PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY:- Selection of explants. Gene Therapy. Construction and screening of genomic and cDNA libraries. Pure culture techniques. Microbial production of interferon. Diagnostic aids. microsatellites. Transposable elements. Genetic code and Wobble hypothesis. Conjugation. Dot plots. Genetic Engineering – Social and moral implications. Plant Transformation technology. applications and importance of microscopy. Structure of microbial cells. RAPD markers.MICROBIOLOGY General Microbiology and Microbial Physiology History of Microbiology. BIOINFORMATICS-:. Transgene stability and gene silencing. cell separation. biodegradable plastics. human growth hormone. molecular basis and analysis of mutations. Biodegradation of Toxicants. Biology and characterization of the cultured cells. Cell culture based vaccines. Anther. embryonic stem cells and their applications. Multiple sequence modeling. single cell. therapeutic proteins. industrial enzymes. phylograms. measurement of cell death. Methods of sterilization: Physical methods – chemical methods and their application. Mutation matrix. Stem cell cultures. Structure and types of RNA. insulin in E. ORF finding. Microbiological media and cultivation of microorganisms. measuring growth parameters. Primer design. Microbial growth curve. antibodies. factors effecting growth. Transcription and translation. Cloning and expression vectors. Types of mutagens. Blast all flavours. Cell transformation. global Vs local alignments. Gene transfer methods Tagging. Preservation methods and Maintenance of Microbial cultures. Protein folding & roles of Molecular chaperones. Role of gene tagging analysis. Transduction. GM Crops ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY: - Animal cell culture technology. Gene regulation. Principles of bacterial taxonomy and classification.Biological databases. Cryopreservation for germplasm conservation. gene identification. molecular modeling. Synchronous cultures – methods of synchronous culturing. Cell and Molecular Biology. SCAR (sequence characterized amplified regions). micro and macro Propagation techniques in plant tissue culture suspension culture. QSAR. edible vaccines. Apoptosis. Metabolic Engineering and Industrial products: Plant secondary metabolites. Recombination in bacteria by Transformation. Application of plant Transformation for productivity and performance. Principles and preparation of DNA and RNA probes and their applications: Study and expression of cloned genes in prokaryotes and eukaryotic systems. DNA damage and repair mechanisms. alignments dendrograms. 17. protein structure prediction methods.

Electron transport. viral. optical rotation. Microbial mineralization and C. Drug resistance. Immobilization methods. Microbial diversity in the environment. Current and future implications concerning food safety. Microbes and animal interactions – Rumen Microbiology. Clonal selection theory. Insulin. Normal curve test. Classification. wine. GLP. Classification. water born. Plant Virus (TMV). beer. S. Soil humus formation. centrifugation techniques. Fermented foods. termite microbial communities. Penicillin). Immunotherapy of infectious diseases. Applications of recombinant DNA technology and Gene therapy. Scale up of fermentations. insect born and zoonotic infections). mycorhiza and phyllosphere. Polio. Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) and transplantation. Antifungal antibiotics (nystatin). Structure. HIV and Adeno virus). Neisseria gonorrhoea. Medical diagnostics. DNA sequencing. . fungal and parasitic infectious diseases (air born. Biosynthesis of triacyl-glycerols and oxidation of fatty acids. Primer design. Detection and assay of fermentation products. fungicides and insecticides. Metabolism of carbohydrates and lipids – glycolytic pathways. and confidence intervals. membrane inhibitors (polymyxins). Finger printing. Biochemistry and Techniques pH and its biological relevance. Chi-square test. Disk operating systems (DOS). electrophoreses and blotting techniques. Bacterial. gluconeogenesis. ANOVA. Steroid Biotransformations – Principles of vaccine production. Microbiological assays. Glutamic acid and microbial enzymes. QC.coli. Animal/human viruses (eg. methods for determination of enzyme activity. measures of central tendency and dispersion. types of mass spectrometry. Immune response to infectious diseases. Biology and biochemistry of Nitrogen fixation. Probiotics. RAPDs and AFLP. Protein engineering and drug designing. Pseudomonas. fluorimetry. Microbial products from genetically modified (cloned) organisms eg. Types of fermentations. Sewage treatment and bioremediateion. spoilage of foods and food preservation methods. correlation and linear regression. Microbial respiration and fermentation. Staphylococcus aureus. Malaria and Trichomoniasis and Fungal diseases. GMP. Microbial biopesticides. DNA markers: RFLP. SNPS. Antiviral agents. Circular dichroism. Rhizosphere. MS office. microbiological examination of fresh and canned foods. Experimental designs using statistical tools. Influenza virus. Immune deficiency diseases. food born. Immunological tolerance and immuno-suppression. Biostatistics: Variations and frequency distributions. Databases. ESR spectroscopy. Biochips. Microbial degradation of carbonaceous materials in soil. Biosynthesis and degradation of amino acids and proteins.Michelis-Menton kinetics. Biopesticides. hazards and risks. citric acid. standard error.51 Structure of viruses. N. dialysis. Vaccines and Immunization. genetics and Replication of Bacteriophages (Lytic and Lysogenic cycle). Antigen and antibody structure. QA. Salmonella typhi. Chromatographic techniques . Food. Fermentative production of Ethanol . properties and chemical structure of carbohydrates and lipids. standard deviation. Patents & IPR Medical Microbiology Principles of Medical Microbiology. Sequence and structure analysis of DNA and Proteins. glycogenesis. Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Optical methods . NMR. Properties and structure of amino acids and proteins. Microorganisms in air. Immunology Components of immune system. Antibiotics. Strain development strategies. cell disruption methods. macromolecular synthesis inhibitors (streptomycin). Dairy Microbiology. elements of probability. herbicides. Prebiotics and their significance in human beings and animals. E. TCA cycle. Systematic Medical Microbiology β-Haemolytic streptococci. X-ray diffraction. „F‟ test. Expression of recombinant proteins Protein-protein and protein-DNA interaction. oxidative phosphorylation. Bioinformatics: Basics of computers. Principles of diagnostic microbiology. Product recovery methods.colourimetry and spectrophotometry. water and soil and their importance. „t‟ test.nomenclature. P and Fe cycles. Normal flora of human body. „Z‟-test. Vitamin B12. Cultivation of viruses. Antigen and antibody reactions. Industrial Microbiology Exploitation of microbes and industrial products. Clostridiuym tetani. Enzymes . Environment and Agriculture Microbiology. Biofertilizers. Redox potentials. Hypersensitivity. diffusion. Persistance and degradation of pesticides. classification. Viral Interference and Interferons. Hybridoma technology. HIV. Rabies and Amoebiasis. Enzyme kinetics . Micro/mini satellites. Tools and packages of networking. Windows. information networking. Properties of pathogenic microorganisms. Tumor immunology. Radio isotopes – detection and measurement. Mode of action of important drugs – Cell wall inhibitors (Betalactum – eg.

Combinatorics: Permutations. iseek. Programming: Programming in C. command line programming. System Calls (like) .Fields. Polymorphism. 7. Limitations of 4NF and BCNF. Inter-process communication. 2. join. Hashing. . Divide and Conquer. 8. index-sequential and relative files. Random Variables. http).. link. Groups. 3-D Graphics. Database objects like-Views. system. Coding. Relations. Analysis. synonyms.Creat.Uniform. Recurrence Relations. read. Memory management and virtual memory. Software Process Models. 4. wait. Deadlock. Poisson. Distributions . chmod. Operating Systems and Unix: Processes. Worst and Average case analysis. stat. write. trees. close.52 18. Mean. etc. Median. records and files.File system. Searching. I/O Organization. 3NF. Computer Organization: Machine instructions and addressing modes. Unix System . Arrays. Computer Graphics: Line Drawing. open. Design and Analysis of Algorithms: Asymptotic notation. graphs. C++ and Java. pop. 9 . Generating Functions. normalization . Routing algorithms. Cache Memory. Design. Congession control. shortest paths. Data Control language (DCL) commands.. indexes. 6. fstat. Mathematical Foundations: Mathematical Logic – Propositional Logic. Windowing and Clipping. I/O systems. Lattices. Concurrency. Set Theory and Algebra: Sets. Threads. smtp. head. First Order Logic. SQL . cut. C++ and Java: Object Oriented Programming Concepts including Classes. Design: Greedy Approach. Testing. Probability: Conditional Probability. uniq. Normal. dns. fgrep. Data Manipulation Language (DML). Partial Orders. CPU Organization. Data and File Structures: Data structure – Definition. Software Metrics. Hashing. and Software Quality Assurance. TCP/UDP and Sockets. (Ethernet and Token ring). Micro-programmed Control. CPU scheduling. BCNF and 4NF. Protection and security. data dictionary. upper and lower bounds. Counting. Sorting. Inheritance and Programming in C.Data Definition language (DDL). paste. process management. direct. spanning trees. tr. Graphic Primitives and Polygons. priority queues and heaps. File Structures . Functions. Main Memory Organization. fork. Relational Database Design and SQL E R diagrams and their transformation to relational design. Synchronization. Shell variables. sequences. worst and average cases) of time and space. LAN technologies. Application layer protocols (icmp. bourne shell. Combinations. sort. Binomial. etc. Curves and Surfaces. Filters and Commands . Asymptotic analysis (best. File systems. 5. queues. linked lists. Notations of Space and Time complexities. Secondary Storage. connected components. Boolean Algebra. egrep. Flow and error control techniques. 3.Computer Applications 1. etc. exec. Sequential. Dynamic Programming. IP (v4). concurrency control and system recovery. ftp. awk. 2NF. unlink. grep. umask. stacks. tail. 2D Transformations. Exponential. 10 Computer Networks: ISO/OSI stack. Summation. Tree and Graph traversals. sed.Pr. inverted lists and multi-lists B trees and B+ trees. Mode and Standard deviation. Transaction Management.1NF. Software Engineering: Software Characteristics.

Standardization and EDI. VPNs. Groups. Set Theory and Algebra: Sets. EDI Envelope for Message Transport. Heuristic Search Techniques. File Structures . Problem Characteristics. Script. and CD Diagrams. 2 Programming : Programming in C.53 11 Data Warehousing and Mining: Data Warehousing Concepts and Architectures. Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems. shortest paths. spanning trees. Design: Greedy Approach. inverted lists and multi-lists B trees and B+ trees.Uniform. Dynamic Programming. Mode and Standard deviation. Uncertain reasoning Techniques. Primitives. Data Characterization. . Security Technologies – Firewalls. Worst and Average case analysis.Concepts. Median. (Legal. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) . Knowledge representation using Rules. connected components. Media Convergence of Applications. Partial Orders. Mean. Production System Model.Digital Token. Sequential. queues. Divide and Conquer. Applications. Applications of Strategic. Combinations. Random Variables. Information Systems Planning and Development. Poisson. Static. trees. Internet-Based EDI. Clustering and Outlier Analysis. Basic Concepts of Client Server computing. Tactical and Operational Information Systems. Lattices. Inheritance and Programming in C. Association Mining. Recurrence Relations. direct. Summation. Binomial. Designing Electronic Payment Systems. Semantic Nets. Cryptographic Tools. index-sequential and relative files.Fundamentals of Cryptology. 14 Management Information Systems: Concepts of system and Organizations. Classification and regression.Framework. 3 Data and File Structures: Data structure – Definition. Predicate Logic and Resolution for Theorem Proving. Organisation Applications. First Order Logic. Normal. Tree and Graph traversals. Notations of Space and Time complexities. Cryptographic Algorithms. priority queues and heaps. Combinatorics: Permutations. Risks in Electronic Payment System. Protocols for Secure Communication. Data Cube Technology. Boolean Algebra. Smart Cards. Attacks on Crypto systems. 15 Artificial Intelligence: AI Approach to problem solving. graphs. Relations. Probability: Conditional Probability. OLAP. Cipher Methods. XML. Functions. linked lists. Arrays. Dynamic and Active Web pages. Credit Cards. EDI Software Implementation. Electronic Payment Systems . Frames. State Space Search. C++ and Java. Consumer Applications. C++ and Java: Object Oriented Programming Concepts including Classes. Hashing. 13 E Commerce and Security: Electronic Commerce . Counting. 12 Web Technologies: HTML. Generating Functions. 19. Breadth First and Depth First Search. Exponential. Security and Privacy) issues. TMS. Polymorphism. Cryptography . Distributions . records and files. 4 Design and Analysis of Algorithms: Asymptotic notation. EDI and Electronic Commerce. stacks. Data Pre-processing. Linear and Nonlinear Planning. Client and Server Side Scripting. Data mining Functionalities. Business process re-engineering.Fields.Computer Science 1 Mathematical Foundations: Mathematical Logic – Propositional Logic.

Recursively enumerable sets and Turing machines. Primitives. Undecidability. Minimization. Data mining Functionalities. IP (v4). Data Warehousing and Mining: Data Warehousing Concepts and Architectures. Data Abstraction. protocols (icmp. etc. 5 Principles of Programming Languages: BNF. Testing.Transaction Management. chmod. unlink. Limitations of 4NF and BCNF. Digital Signatures & Authentication. 14. 11. Distributed Operating Systems: Goals. CPU scheduling. normalization . Distributed Process Management and File Systems. Dynamic and Active Web pages. 20. 3NF. RSA algorithm. sort. Design. Flow and error control techniques.Pr.1NF. Functional Programming. coastal regions. karst landscapes and glaciated ranges. Synchronization in distributed systems. write. egrep.. stat. 10.File system. indexes. umask. Synchronization. Software Engineering: Software Characteristics. Number representation and computer arithmetic (fixed and floating point). Machine instructions and addressing modes. Secondary Storage. etc. Data Cube Technology. 2NF. system. Compiler Design: Lexical analysis. Variables. Parsing. Distributed Shared Memory. Web Technologies: HTML. fstat. Scope and Extent. LAN technologies. Memory management and virtual memory. IDEA and AES. Sorting. process management. Basic Concepts of Client Server computing. I/O Organization. Geomorphology and Remote Sensing Basic principles. Application layer. read. concurrency control and system recovery. pop. Concurrency concepts. Scripting Languages. Concepts and principles of aerial photography and photogrammetry Satellite Remote Sensing. XML. Client and Server Side Scripting. and Software Quality Assurance. sequences. link. TCP/UDP and Sockets. Shell variables. smtp. Coding. Control Structures. Firewalls and VPN. Client-Server Model. Software Metrics. head. Classification and regression. ftp. join. Inter-process communication. 7 Digital Logic Design and Computer Organization: Logic functions. Static. Concurrency.GEOLOGY 1. Congestion control. Applications of Geomorphology in mineral prospecting. Public Key Cryptography. Data Pre-processing. command line programming. (Ethernet and Token ring). Data Characterization. Association Mining. Symmetric Key algorithms like DES. Database objects like-Views. exec. Design and synthesis of combinational and sequential circuits. Threads. upper and lower bounds. tail. 13. Unix System . synonyms. Asymptotic analysis (best.Creat. File systems. Context free languages and Push-down automata. Exception Handling. Data Control language (DCL) commands. 8 Operating Systems and Unix: Processes. Searching. open. bourne shell. Protection and security. Routing algorithms. fgrep. sed. BCNF and 4NF. dns. 15. mass wasting. Basics of code optimization. Micro-programmed Control. SQL .Data Definition language (DDL). topographical maps and geomorphology of India. data dictionary. cut. influence of climate on processes. iseek. Cache Memory. Runtime environments. close. Clustering and Outlier Analysis. Use of Remote Sensing in . awk. 6 Theory of Computation and Compiler Design: Regular languages and finite automata. grep. CPU Organization. Cryptography and Network Security: Data Encryption and Decryption. arid zones. weathering and soils. civil engineering.. Analysis. I/O systems. hydrology and environmental studies. OLAP. Data Types. Computer Networks: ISO/OSI stack. fork. uniq. Geomorphology of fluvial tracts. 12. Software Process Models. Main Memory Organization. http). Deadlock. Intermediate and target code generation. 9 Relational Database Design and SQL E R diagrams and their transformation to relational design. tr. Concept of erosion cycles.54 Hashing. Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing. etc. System Calls (like) . and Logic Programming. Syntax directed translation. Filters and Commands . Data Manipulation Language (DML). paste. worst and average cases) of time and space. wait.

Regional and contact metamorphism of pelitic and impure calcareous rocks. Extinction. Seismicity and plate movements. 8. Gravity and magnetic anamolies at mid oceanic ridges. birefringence of mineral and their relation with mineral composition. Twinned crystals and dispersion of optic axis and crystallographic axis. binary and ternary phase diagrams. Optical properties of common rock forming silicate minerals. sedimentary basins of India. Superposed deformation. Use of species and genera of foraminifera and echinodermata in biostratigraphic correlation. anorthosites and carbonatites. cleavages. stressstrain relationship of elastic. Paleontology Fossil records. continental shield areas and mountain chains. Geographic Information System (GIS) – principles and applications. Mechanism of folding and faulting. 2. Major tectonic features of the oceanic and continental crust. halide and oxide groups. uniaxial and biaxial minerals. textures. Minerals of the carbonate. Structural behavior of igneous rocks. Paired metamorphic belts. different microfossil groups and their distribution in India. phosphate. Structure contours and isopach maps. Structure and composition of earth and distribution of elements. Classification and definition of sedimentary basins. 6. silicate melt equilibria. Evolutionary changes in Mollusks and mammals in geological time. Geochemistry Earth in relation to the solar system and universe. Planetary evolution of earth and its internal structure. Tectonics and sedimentation. andesites and alkaline rocks. Sedimentology Provenance and digenesis of sediments. landuse. Sedimentary environment and facies. Environmental geology . Quaternary stratigraphy. Elements of hydraulics. Gondwana system and gondwana land. biosphere and atmosphere. and seismic belts of the earth.Stratigraphy Nomenclature and the modern stratigraphic code. geosynclines. Geochemical cycle and principles of geochemical prospecting. Petrology and geotectonic evolution of granites. mechanics. 5. Fundamentals of petrofabric analysis. Structural analysis of folds. magmatites. Framework matrix and cement of terrigenous sediments. 9. plechroism. chemical and crystallographic characteristic of common rock forming mineral group. and faults. plastic and viscous materials. and origin of Himalaya and evolution of Siwalik basin. Behavior of minerals and rocks under deformation conditions. Continental drift-geological. 7. Paleomagnetism. Silicate structures. Hydrogeological studies and mineral exploration.Structural geology and Geotectonics Principles of geological mapping and map reading. paleoclimates and paleogeography. Textures and structures of metamorphic rocks. geophysical and other evidences. Seismic and sequence stratigraphy. rock record. Island arcs. Siwalik vertebrate fauna and flora. Origin of elements. Common minerals of igneous and metamorphic rocks. Composition of the planets and meteorites. epeirogeny. Geodynamics of the Indian plate. kimberlites. Origin and evolution of magmas. Stratigraphy of the Paleozoic and Mesozoic and Cenozoic formations of India. paleocurrent analysis. lineation‟s. Unconformities and basement cover relations. Definition. morphology and time ranges fossil groups. Geological time scale. Facies modeling for marine.55 landforms. Igneous and Metamorphic petrology Forms. Geochemistry of hydrosphere. Elementary crystal chemistry and thermodynamics. Principles of evolution. Deccan volcanic. 3. Heterogeneity of the earth‟s crust. Mineral assemblages and P/T condition. Sedimentary textures. Radio isotopes and measuring geological time. cosmic abundance of elements. orogeny. 4. Plate tectonics and metamorphic zones. projection diagrams. Crystallography and Mineralogy Physical. sulphide. non marine and mixed sediments. Purpose and scope of basin analysis. basalts. measurement and interpretation of grain size. Characteristics of different grades and facies of metamorphism. and structures of igneous rocks. oceanic islands and volcanic arcs. Precambrian stratigraphy of India. objections and present status. Petrology of gabbros. Cycle sediments. Metasomatism and granitization. primary structure. diapirs and salt domes. seafloor spreading and plate tectonics. Trace elements. Earth and solar system. and structural mapping. deep sea trenches. Introduction to isotope geochemistry. joints. Biogenic and chemical sedimentary structures. stratigraphic procedures of correlation of unfossiliferous rocks. isostacy.

iron. electrical. Water level fluctuation and causative factors. prospecting for economic minerals and fuels-drilling. migration and entrapment of natural hydrocarbons. stratigraphic and mixed traps. general flow equations. Magma-related mineralization through geological time. Radio active methods in petroleum exploration-well logging techniques. Shoreline engineering. Bore hole logging and survey for deviation. use of fertilizers. Structural. Change in pattern of mineral consumption. glass. permeability. earthquakes. causes. Fluid inclusion studies and paragenesis. Geological investigations for river-valley projects-dams and reservoirs. National Mineral Policy. iv. Syngenetic deposits. 12. runoff. Nuclear waste disposal-geological constraints. gold. Excess withdrawl of groundwater. Organic and inorganic contamination of groundwater and their remedial measures. and assaying. 14. abrasives. Engineering geology Mechanical properties of rocks and soils. Porosity. Hydrological cycle-evaporation. trasmitssivity. apatite and beryl. Fuels Definition. study of unidirectional flow. porphyry. paints. classification. peat. rivers and coastal erosion. air borne. fertilizers. open-cast mining and quarrying. Bridges-types and foundation problems. Mineral concession rules. Conservation and substitution of minerals. prevention and rehabilitation. magnetic. landsides. raw materials used for refractories. ii. Types of aquifers. Instrumental techniques of detection and measurement of radio activity. asbestos. Gemstones. Factors for groundwater subsidence. molybdenum. Hydrographs. Hydrogeology Origin of water-meteoric. unsteady radial flow in a confined and unconfined aquifer. Natural hazards. ultramafic. juvenile. Ore genesis Ore deposits and ore minerals. water table contour maps. Komatites. Stragetic. Well hydraulics. bituminous and anthracite. Rock properties affecting groundwater. Gas hydrates and Coal Bed Methane occurrences. Mineralogy and geochemistry of radioactive minerals. landslides. 11. Origin. mafic and acid rocks. and connate. Mineralization associated with – i. accumulation. mine waste and flyash. ceramics and cement industries. river-valley projects. iii. Stratiform and stratabound ores.Indian mineral deposits and mineral economics Occurrence and distribution of metalliferous deposits-base metals. Marine mineral resources and law of sea. methods and problems. storage and storage coefficient. skarn. origin of coal. sampling. Phosphrite. evaluation of aquifer . radial flow to a well. stratigraphy of coal measures. chromium. Industrial application of coal. Indian deposits of non metals-mica. Submarine volcanism-volcanogenic deposits. specific yield and retention. Geotechnical case studies of major projects in India. Indias status in mineral production. Radio active methods for prospecting and assaying of mineral deposits. Mineral exploration Methods of surface and subsurface exploration. residual and mechanical concentration processes. and hydrothermal mineralization. Impact assessment of anthropogenic activities such as urbanization. precipitation. and seismic. disposal of industrial radioactive waste. alluminium. Environmental protection-legislative measures in India. 13. Problems of groundwater in engineering projects. Soil degradation and remedial methods. supergene sulphide and oxide enrichments. nickel. Characters of reservoir rocks. Indian coal deposits. Geomorphological and remote sensing techniques. hydraulic conductivity. preventive/precautionary measuresfloods. Methods of pumping tests and analyses. anorthosites and kimberlites. 10. gypsum. Geobotanical and geochemical methods. Fundamentals of coal petrology. Distribution of radio active minerals in India. critical and essential minerals. Geographical and geological distribution of petroliferous basins of India. Geophysical techniques – gravity. tunnels-type. platinum. dumping of ores. manganese. Earthquake resistant structures. silver.56 Concepts and principles. 15. placer and rare earth mineral deposits. barite. Greenstone belts. lignite. Magmatic processes of mineralization.

estimation of major elements. Salt water intrusion in coastal aquifers and remedial methods. interpretation of chemical analyses. Groundwater quality-sources of salinity. Subsurface geophysical methods-well logging for delineation of aquifers and estimation of water quality. . Artificial recharge of groundwater. Groundwater legislation. Groundwater pollution. gravity.57 parameters. Quality criteria for groundwater use. Surface geophysical methods-seismic. geoelectrical and magnetic. Sustainability criteria and managing renewable and non-renewable groundwater resources. arsenic and fluoride problems. Groundwater quality maps of India.

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Annexure-III
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES:
A) INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES:

THE APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO GO THROUGH THE USER GUIDE AND
SATISFY THEMSELVES AS TO THEIR ELIGIBILITY FOR THIS RECRUITMENT
CAREFULLY BEFORE APPLYING AND ENTER THE PARTICULARS COMPLETELY
ONLINE.

APPLICANT MUST COMPULSORILY FILL-UP ALL RELEVANT COLUMNS OF
APPLICATION AND SUBMIT APPLICATION THROUGH WEBSITE ONLY. THE
PARTICULARS MADE AVAILABLE IN THE WEBSITE WILL BE PROCESSED
THROUGH COMPUTER AND THE ELIGIBILITY DECIDED IN TERMS OF
NOTIFICATION AND CONFIRMED ACCORDINGLY.

THE APPLICATIONS RECEIVED ONLINE IN THE PRESCRIBED PROFORMA
AVAILABLE IN THE WEBSITE AND WITHIN THE TIME SHALL ONLY BE
CONSIDERED AND THE COMMISSION WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR
ANY KIND OF DELAY/DISCREPANCY ON PART OF THE CANDIDATE.

APPLICANTS MUST COMPULSORILY UPLOAD HIS/HER OWN SCANNED PHOTO
AND SIGNATURE THROUGH J.P.G FORMAT.

THE APPLICANTS SHOULD NOT FURNISH ANY PARTICULARS THAT ARE
FALSE, TAMPERED, FABRICATED OR SUPPRESS ANY MATERIAL
INFORMATION WHILE MAKING AN APPLICATION THROUGH WEBSITE.

IMPORTANT:HAND
WRITTEN/TYPED/PHOTOSTAT
APPLICATION FORM WILL NOT BE ENTERTAINED.

COPIES/PRINTED

THE APPLICANT SHALL PRODUCE ALL THE ESSENTIAL CERTIFICATES ISSUED
BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY, FOR VERIFICATION BY THE COMMISSION,
AS AND WHEN CALLED FOR. IF CANDIDATES FAIL TO PRODUCE THE SAME,
HIS/HER CANDIDATURE SHALL BE REJECTED / DISQUALIFIED WITHOUT ANY
FURTHER CORRESPONDENCE.
The following certificate formats are available on the Commission‟s Website
(www. psc.ap.gov.in) or (http://appscapplications17.apspsc.gov.in) for reference.

Community, Nativity and Date of Birth Certificate

Declaration by the Un-Employed

School Study Certificate

Certificate of Residence

a) Medical Certificate for the Blind
b) Certificate of Hearing Disability and Hearing Assessment
c) Medical Certificate in respect of Orthopedically Handicapped
Candidates

Creamy Layer Certificate

Local status certificate (if applicable)

B) INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING OFF-LINE EXAMINATION FOR CANDIDATES(If
screening test held):
1. The candidates should go through the instructions given on the cover page of test
booklet and carefully write his/her Registration Number, Subject / Subject Code,
Booklet Series, Name of the Examination Centre etc., in the Answer Sheet, which will
be provided to him/her in the examination hall.
2. Since the answer sheets are to be scanned (valued) with Optical Mark Scanner
system, the candidates have to USE BALL POINT PEN (BLUE or BLACK) ONLY FOR
MARKING THE ANSWERS. The candidates will be supplied OMR Sheet consisting of
two copies i.e., the Original Copy (Top Sheet) and Duplicate Copy (Bottom Sheet).
The candidate is required to use Ball Point Pen (Blue or Black) for filling the relevant
blocks in the OMR Sheet including bubbling the answers. After writing the examination
the candidate has to handover the original OMR sheet (Top Sheet) to the invigilator in
the examination hall. If any candidate takes away the original OMR Sheet (Top Sheet)

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his/her candidature will be rejected. However the candidate is permitted to take away
the duplicate (Bottom Sheet) OMR Sheet for his/her record. The candidates should
bring Ball Point Pen (Blue/Black and smooth writing pad) to fill up relevant columns on
the Answer Sheet. The candidate must ensure encoding the Registration Number,
Subject/Subject Code, Booklet Series correctly, write the Name of the Examination
Centre, appending Signatures of the Candidate and Invigilator, etc., on the O.M.R.
Answer sheet correctly, failing which the Answer sheet will not be valued. Use of
whitener / correcting fluid / Blade / Powder/ Eraser / folding / Tearing / Rough Work or
any kind of tampering to change the answers on OMR Sheet will lead to
disqualification / invalidation / rejection. No correspondence whatsoever will be
entertained from the candidates in this regard.
3. The OMR Sheet is to be bubbled by Ball Point Pen (Blue or Black) only. Bubbling by
Pencil / Ink Pen / Gel Pen is not permitted in this examination. Any kind of tampering
to change the answers on the OMR Sheet will lead to disqualification / invalidation /
rejection. No correspondence whatsoever will be entertained from the candidates in
this regard.
C) INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING ON-LINE EXAMINATION FOR CANDIDATES:
1) The candidates should take their seats at the prescribed time before the
commencement of the examination. Biometric identification would be conducted before
entry into examination hall. The entry time would be mentioned in the hall ticket. Late
entry after the given entry time would not be allowed. Candidates should not leave the
examination hall till the expiry of fulltime. Loaning and interchanging of articles among the
candidates is not permitted in the examination hall. Electronic devices including cell
phones and pagers are not allowed in the examination hall. Non programmable
calculators would be permitted, wherever necessary.
2) The starting time of each examination paper and the entry time would be mentioned in
the hall ticket
3) The examination link with the login screen will already be available on your system.
Please inform the invigilator if this is not the case.
4) 10 minutes prior to the exam, you’ll be prompted to login. Please type the Login ID (Roll
No) and the Password (Password for Candidate will be given on exam day) to proceed
further.
5) Invigilator will announce the password at 09.50 AM and 02.20 PM.
6) Copying or noting down questions and/or options is not allowed. Severe action will be
taken if any candidate is found noting down the questions and/or options.
7) After logging in, your screen will display:
*Profile Information - Check the details & click on “I Confirm” or “I Deny”.
*Detailed exam instructions - Please read and understand thoroughly.
*Please click on the “I am ready to Begin” button, after reading the instructions.
8) You have to use the mouse to answer the multiple choice type questions with FOUR
alternative answers.
9) To answer any numerical answer type question, you need to use the virtual numeric
key pad and the mouse.
10) On the online exam question screen, the timer will display the balance time remaining
for the completion of exam.
11) The question numbers are color coordinated and of different shapes based on the
process of recording your response: White (Square) - For un-attempted questions. Red
(Inverted Pentagon) - For unanswered questions. Green (Pentagon) - For attempted
questions. Violet (Circle) - Question marked by candidate for review, to be answered
later. Violet (Circle with a Tick mark) - Question answered and marked by candidate for
review.
12) After answering a question, click the SAVE & NEXT button to save your response and
move onto the next question.
13) Click on Mark for Review & NEXT to mark your question for review, and then go to the
next question.
14) To clear any answer chosen for a particular question, please click on the CLEAR
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15) A summary of each section, (i.e. questions answered, not answered, marked for
review) is available for each section. You have to place the cursor over the section name
for this summary.
16) In case you wish to view a larger font size, please inform the Invigilator. On the
Invigilator's confirmation, click on the font size you wish to select. The font size will be
visible on the top.
17) You may view INSTRUCTIONS at any point of time during exam, by clicking on the
INSTRUCTIONS button on your screen.
18) The SUBMIT button will be activated after 150 Minutes. Please keep checking the
timer on your screen.
19) In case of automatic or manual log out, all your attempted responses will be saved.
Also, the exam will start from the time where it had stopped.
20) You will be provided a blank sheet for rough work. Do write your Login ID and
Password on it. Please ensure that you return it to the invigilator at the end of the exam
after tearing only the password from it.
21) Please don’t touch the key board as your exam ID will get locked. If your ID gets
locked, please inform a nearby invigilator who will help in unlocking your ID and then you
can continue with the exam.
22) Please inform the invigilator in case of any technical issues.
23) Please do not talk to or disturb other candidates.
24) In case you are carrying articles other than the admit card, photo identity proof and
pen, please leave them outside the exam room.
25) You cannot leave exam room before submitting the paper. Please inform the
invigilator if you want to use the wash room.
D) GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES:
1) If the candidate notices any discrepancy printed on the Hall ticket, as to community,
date of birth etc., he/she may immediately bring it to the notice of Commission‟s
officials/Chief Superintendent in the examination centre and necessary corrections can be
made in the Nominal Roll, in the Examination Hall against his/her Hall Ticket Number for
being verified by the Commission‟s Office.
2) The candidate should satisfy the Invigilator of his/her identity with reference to the
signature and photographs available on the Nominal Rolls and Hall Ticket.
3) The candidates should take their seats at the given time before the commencement of
the examination and are not to be allowed after of the scheduled time. The time of
Examination and entry time would be mentioned in the hall ticket. Late entry after the
given entry time would not be allowed. Candidates should not leave the examination hall
till the expiry of fulltime.
4) The candidates must note that his/her admission to the examination is strictly
provisional. The mere fact that an Admission to the examination does not imply that
his/her candidature has been finally cleared by the Commission or that the entries made
by the candidate in his/her application have been accepted by the Commission as true
and correct. The candidates have to be found suitable after verification of original
certificates; and other eligibility criteria. The Applicants have to upload his/her scanned
recent colour passport photo and signature to the Application Form. Failure to produce the
same photograph, if required, at the time of interview/ verification, may lead to
disqualification. Hence the candidates are advised not to change their appearance till the
recruitment process is complete.
5) The candidates are not allowed to bring any Electronic devices such as mobile /
cellphones, programmable calculators, tablets, iPad, Bluetooth, pagers, watches or any
other computing devices to examination Hall. Non programmable calculators would be
permitted, wherever necessary. Loaning and interchanging of articles among the
candidates is not permitted in the examination hall and any form of malpractice will not be
permitted in the exam hall.
6) The candidates are expected to behave in orderly and disciplined manner while writing
the examination. The candidature will be rejected and in case of impersonation/ disorder/
rowdy behaviour during Examination, necessary F.I.R. for this incident will be lodged with
concerned Police Station, apart from disqualifying his / her candidature. The chief
superintendent of the centre is authorize to take spot decision in this matter.
7) Candidates trying to use unfair means shall be disqualified from the selection. No
correspondence whatsoever will be entertained from the candidates.

11) The candidate will not be admitted to the examination Hall without procedural formatives.O.No. No scribe is allowed to such candidates. G. he/she should affix a passport size photo on Hall-ticket and appear by duly getting attested by Gazetted Officer. (Ser.P. (d) The candidate as well as the scribe will have to give a suitable undertaking confirming the rules applicable 10). A) Dept. subject to the eligibility. He/she shall handover similar photo for each paper to Chief Superintendent for affixing the same on the Nominal Rolls. 13) The candidates should put his/ her signature and get the signature of the invigilator at the appropriate places in the Nominal Roll or OMR Answer Sheet.. In case the Hall-Ticket is without photo or too small. 9).B Extraordinary dated: 21/08/1997 shall be invoked if malpractice and unfair means are noticed at any stage of the Examination. 14) Instructions to be followed scrupulously in the Examination Hall. (b) The applicants shall upload the certificate relating to percentage of disability for considering the appointment of scribe in the examination. confirmation/satisfaction of conditions laid down in this notification.385. Gazette No. Action will be taken to penalize as per G. Part-IV.A. (a) Wherever the candidates who are totally blind will be provided a scribe to write the examination and 20 minutes extra time is permitted to them per hour.Ms. 12) The candidate’s admission to the Examination is provisional. 35. address and appropriate proof of identification. Eligible candidates are also allowed to bring their own scribe after due intimation to the Commission after duly providing the full identification details of the scribe like name. . (c) An extra time of 20 minutes per hour is also permitted for the candidates with locomotor disability and CEREBRAL PALSY where dominant (writing) extremity is affected for the extent slowing the performance of function (Minimum of 40% impairment).61 8) The Penal Provisions of Act 25/97 published in the A. Dt.18/10/2016.

Chachandi 23 Godagali. Mahaboobnagar. Chamar-Ravidas. 838. Warangal. Budga Jangam (In Districts of Hyderabad.62 ANNEXURE-IV LIST OF SCHEDULED CASTES (Definition 28 of General Rule . Pambanda. Karimnagar.I (Substituted with effect from 27-07-1977 through G. Madari Kuruva 32 Madiga 33 Madiga Dasu. Rangareddy. Khammam and Nalgonda)* 10 Bindla 11 Byagara.No. Mala Ayawaru * 36 Mala Dasari 37 Mala Dasu . Pambada. Chamar-Rohidas* 15 Chambhar 16 Chandala 17 Dakkal.2) SCHEDULE . Pambala * 31 Madasi Kuruva. Pano 21 Ellamalwar. Adilabad. Relli. Yellammalawandlu 22 Ghasi. G.A. Dombara. Byagari* 12 Chachati 13 Chalavadi 14 Chamar. Haddi.Ms. dated 15/12/1977) 1 Adi Andhra 2 Adi Dravida 3 Anamuk 4 Aray Mala 5 Arundhatiya 6 Arwa Mala 7 Bariki 8 Bavuri 9 Beda Jangam. Vizianagaram & Vishakapatnam) * 24 Godari 25 Gosangi 26 Holeya 27 Holeya Dasari 28 Jaggali 29 Jambuwulu 30 Kolupulvandlu. Nizamabad. Mashteen 34 Mahar 35 Mala. Mochi. Medak.O. Dokkalwar 18 Dandasi 19 Dhor 20 Dom.(Services-D) Department. Muchi. Godagula(in the Districts of Srikakulam. Paidi.

Koitur * 7. Desaya Kondhs. Yenity Khondhs. 61 of 2002 LIST OF SCHEDULED TRIBES 1. Kodhu. Sanrona. Hill Reddis 9. Rajgond. Thoti 52 (Omitted)* 53 Pamidi 54 Panchama. Netkani 42 Mala Sanyasi 43 Mang 44 Mang Garodi 45 Manne 46 Mashti 47 Matangi 48 Mahter 49 Mitha Ayyalvar 50 Mundala 51 Paky. Sidhopaiko (Dhulia.63 38 Mala Hannai 39 Mala Jangam 40 Mala Masti 41 Mala Sale. Dongria Kondhs. Pariah 55 Relli 56 Samagara 57 Samban 58 Sapru 59 Sindhollu. Kammara 11. Kotia. Bartika. 8183/CV-1/2006-10 SW (CV-I) Dept. Kodi. Kuttiya Konds. Chanchu (Chenchwar omitted) * 5. Only) Memo No. Boda Gadaba.Paiko. Gond. Kuvinga * 17. Naikpod. Kolam. Moti. Kattunayakan 12. Chindollu 60 Yatala (Srikakulam Dist. Kolawar * 13. 31/03/2008 61 Valluvan * (Chittoor and Nellore Dist. Dt. Kubi * 14. Bhil 4. Gadabas. Holva. Bagata 3. Kapu Gadaba * 6. Dulia. Tikiria Khondhs. Kondhs. Gutob Gadaba.. Sadhu Andh * 2. Act No.Putiya- . Parangi Gadaba. Andh. Dt. 31/03/2008 * As for the Constitution (Scheduled Caste) orders (Second Amendment) Act 2002. Jatapus 10. 8183/CV-1/2006-10 SW (CV-I) Dept.. Konda Kapus 15. Konda Dhoras. Kallayi Gadaba. Only) Memo No. Goudu (in the Agency tracts) 8. Kathera Gadaba. Konda Reddis 16. Bentho Oriya.

Lingadhari Koya (Ordinary). Doli Koya. Dabba Yerukula. Nomadic and Semi Nomadic Tribes etc. Dasari (formerly engaged in bikshatana) (amended vide G. jalari. Sugalis. Korcha . Budabukkala 5. Thoti (in Adilabad.O. Yenadis. High Court orders in WP No. Jangam (whose traditional occupation is begging) 10. Karimnagar. Katipapala 12. Chella Yenadi. Hence the inclusion of Mudiraj / Mutrasi / Tenugollu is suspended) vide Hon‟ble A. Srikakulam. 05 Dt. Pallikapu. Maliya Savaras. Nalgonda. Rena 28. Gangiredlavaru 9. Nakkala Kurivikaran (Nakkala – A. Dhulia. 2. Bahurupi 3. Porja. Hyderabad. Nizamabad and Warangal District) 21. Kapu Savaras. Rajaka (Chakali Vannar) 6. Khammam. Lambadis. Manna Dhora 22. Khammam.P. Agnikulakshatriya. 19/02/2009 is suspended.Valmiki (in the Scheduled Areas of Vishakapatnam. Jogi 11. Vannereddi. Uppu Yerukula * 34. BCW(M1) Department. Mukha Dhora. Bhine Koya.Rt. Yerukulas. The G.No. Dommara 8. Raj Koya (Goud-omitted *) 19. Mahabubnagar. Rona.O. 02/10/2003 ) 35. Part – III (B) Central Acts ordinance and Regulations Issue No. Vimuktha Jathis.P. Pallireddy Neyyala and Pattapu) *Mudiraj / Mutrasi / Tenugollu. Reddi Dhoras 27. Gutta Koya. Pattidi Koya. Besta. Karimnagar.No. Kottu Koya. 15 BCW(C2) Dept. Mahabubnagar. Nalgonda. Kappala Yenadi. Ms. Goondla. Palli. Vizianagaram. Nizamabad and Warangal Districts) 31. Oddi Koya. Medak. 10 of 2003 LIST OF SOCIALLY AND EDUCATIONALLY BACKWARD CLASSES (Amended from time to time as on 31/08/2007) GROUP.A Aboriginal Tribes. Vanyakulakshatriya (Vannekapu. Gangaputra. Parangi Perja 26.. Bandara 4.. Act No. Rajah. Manchi Yenadi. Koya. Koracha. Gangavar. 32. Vizianagaram *) * As for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Orders (Amendment) Act 2002. Malis (excluding Adilabad. Kammara Koya. 2122/2009 dated: 29-04-2009. dt. Reddi Yenadi * 33. Putiya (in the districts of Vishakapatnam. Kulia 20. Hyderabad. East Godavari and West Godavari Districts *) 32. Balasanthu. Nooka Dhora 24. Pardhan 25. Rasha Koya. Nayaks (in the Agency tracts) 23. Vadabalija. Banjara * 30. Khutto Savaras 29. dated 23/02/1995) 7. 1. Paiko. Musara Koya. Kunchapuri Yerukula. Gazette. Medak. Savaras.64 omitted *) 18.

Ms. BCW(M1) Department.08. Nellore.Ms. Veeramushti (Nettikotala). Dt. Ms. Edn. Devaravandlu.07. Pambala 22.C. Nakkala (Deleted vide G. Palegaru. Dammala. 61. Lambada or Banjara in Telangana Area (deleted and included in S. 4/07/08 45. Kurnool. 10. .Ts) 26. 234-VI/72-2. Pamula 20. Vizianagaram. Anantapur. Nayee Brahmin (Mangali).12. Kavali of Chittor. Ms. Pedda Boya) Talayari and Chunduvallu (G. Edn. dated 23/06/1995 deleting the Original name Pitchiguntla) 19. Nayanivaru. Vide G.O. 07. Bedar. Mehator (Muslim) (Govt. 21.Ms. SW.65 13. Vaddelu) 38.O. SW. BCW(M1) Department. 23 B. 1279/P1/74-10. Ms. Warangal. Veera bhadreeya (Amended vide G. E&SW. Kanjara .. 27.2006) 42.06. Memo No. W (C2) Dept. Mondipatta 31. Chopemari 35. Memo No. 8. 4/07/08 46. Mutyalammavandlu (Dammali. Included vide G. Dt. Mondibanda. 28. Pardhi (Mirshikari) 21.03. Mandula (Govt.. Included vide G. Banda 16.O.MS.O. No. Rajannala. BCW(C2) Dept. 10/12/1996) 24.O.O.. Patra (included in G. Kirataka. 44 B. Odde (Oddilu. Kaikadi 36. Joshinandiwalas 37. 4/07/08 44. Dt. 1.1980) 29.1972).08. 53. Mondivaru.No. Kunapuli (Govt. Vyakula. 26 BC W (C2) Dept. Dt. No. Dt. Pariki Muggula 33.O. Dt. Dt.O.No. No.. Nokkar 32. Yata 34. sountia. 4/07/08 43. Mangala and Bajantri (amended vide G. kurakula of Srikakulam. 62. No. Dt.C.Ms.. Memo No.07/08/2008).O. 20/06/2011) 18. No.MS. 05. BCW(M1) Dept. Ms.Bhatta 28. Gudala 27. Included Vide G.No.O. No. Cuddapah. and Visakhapatnam Districts only.Ms. MS. Pondara of Srikakulam. Sauntia of Srikakulam District only..O. Valmiki boya (Boya. Peddammavandlu. Dt. Yerukalas in Telangana area (deleted and included in the list of S. pala-Ekari. SW. Kalinga (Kinthala deleted vide G. 149.. 40. Nishadi. Vaddi. Included vide in G. 03.1975) 41. Ekila..O.O. No.No.O. Vizianagaram and Visakhapatnam Districts only. Ekiri. BCW (M1) Dept.W(C2) Dept. Samanthula. Medari or Mahendra 15.85) Yellapi and Yellapu are one and the same amended vide G.1996) 25.. Yellapi. Dt. dated 3/5/1978) 14.No.Ms.T. Dt. Dt. Rajannalu of Karimnagar.. No. 40-VI/70-1. Damala Castes confined to Srikakulam dist.1972) 39. Tolagari. Nizamabad and Adilabad Districts only. Kepmare or Reddika 30.MS. (included in vide G.No.Ms.. Samantha. BCW(C2) Dept.: 9 BCW(C2) Dept. Dt. dated 6/1/1996) 17. Dt. Vamsha Raj (amended vide G. Hyderabad and Rangareddy Districts only. Dt. Yellammavandlu. 05. Dammula. list vide G.. No. 124. 28 BC W (C2) Dept.02. 9/04/2008) 23. 24. 29 BC W (C2) Dept.O.

Vakkaliga. 48. 11.Ms.. Srisayana ((sagidi). dt. Viswabrahmin. dt. Gotrala. dt.deleted and added to Sl.Ms. 19/02/2009. The area of operation shall be confined to Telangana Region only. 8. Rangareddy. Kummara or Kulala. Kuruba or Kuruma 12.O.03. East Godavari. 13. 24.. 53.No.No. Achukatlavandlu in the Districts of Visakhapatnam and Guntur confined to Hindus only as amended vide G. Giniyar. Included vide G. Nizamabad. dt. 59 BCW(M1) Dept. Swakulasali 20. BCW (M1) Dept.No. Dt. Telikula. Devanga 4. Included vide G.O. Keuta/Kevuto/Keviti.. Sikligar / Saikalgar. 16.Ms. Kanchari Vadla or Vadra or Vadrangi and Silpis) (Viswakarma added vide G. 19. Ms.. 27/05/2011. The area of operation shall be confined to Telangana Region only. included vide G..05.. 15. Dt. Vakkaligara.2000 2.O.1995) 9.O. 28. The area of operation shall be confined to Srikakulam District only. 6 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. Ms.O.O. dt. 9 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. dt. Padmasali (Sali. The area of operation shall be confined to Hyderabad. Kunchiti.66 47. Laddaf. Pattusali. 54.O. 19/02/2009.1997) 7. Neelakanthi 14. GROUP – B (Vocational) 1.. Poosala included vide G. 16 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. 7 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. Goud (Ediga) Gouda (Gamella) Kalalee. Perika (Perikabalija. Puragirikshatriya) 16. 19/02/2009.. Ms. 19/02/2009. BCW(A1) Dept. 49. Ms.Ms. Ms.06. Chittari . 27/05/2011. Dt. 9-04-2008 . Aryakshatriya.12.O.No. Thogati or Thogataveerakshtriya 21. Bukka Ayyavars. 13. Kaikolan or Kaikala (Sengundam or Sengunther) 10.. Included vide G. No. Senapathulu.06. included vide G.O. 8 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. No. Kasikapadi / Kasikapudi.. 20.1996) 3. Nakshas (Muchi Telugu Speaking deleted vide G.O. dt. BCW(C2) Dept. 31. Pinjari or Noorbash 6. Mahaboobnagar and Adilabad Districts of Telangana Region only. No. Dudekula. Thogata. Kammari. No. Viswakarma (Ausula or Kamsali. Ms.Ms. Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. 10 BCW(C-2) Dept. 51. Included vide G. 19/02/2009.O.No. Settibalija of Vishaphapatnam. Only vide G.O. BCW (A1) Dept. 4 of Group-B) 19.No. No. No.06.No. Devatilakula (Amended vide G. Nessi or Kurni 17.. Goundla. Jandra 8.. dt. 06. Patkar (Khatri) 15. Aasadula / Asadula.O. 19/02/2009. Salivahana (Salivahana added vide G..O. 10 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. Nagavaddilu 13. 52. Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept...No. Ms.O. Ms. West Godavari and Krishna Districts and Srisayana (Segidi) – (amended vide G. No. BCW(M1) Dept. Ms. Gandla. Thogata Sali) 18. The area of operation shall be confined to East Godavari and West Godavari Districts only. Ms.1995) 22. Karnabhakthulu 11. Dt. Dt.1997 5. 29. Chitrakara. Siddula. Karikalabhakthulu. Included vide G. 50. Kunchitiga of Anantapur Dist. No. Salivan.

W(C2) Dept.O.O. Chippolu (Mera) 6. Included in Vide G. dt.. Polinativelmas of Srikakulam and Visakhapatnam districts 24. The area of operation shall be confined to Srikakulam. B. 20. 40. Dt.01. Gavara 7.W(C2) Dept. Mudiraj / Mutrasi / Tenugollu. Neeli (included in vide G.Ms. Dt.Ms.Ms..O. Dt.O.W(C2) Dept. Bondili (included in vide G. 02/04/1981) GROUP – D (Other Classes) 1.O.D) Dept. 27. . Passi 26.A.159. Dt.. included vide G.C. (Kalavanthulu) Ganika (amended vide G. Godaba 8. Marar and Tamboli of all Districts of Telangana Region added as synonyms vide G. No. Kachi 14. Are-Suryavamsi(Are-Suryavamsi added vide G. Jakkala 10. Mali (Bare.No. Atagara 4.W(C2) Dept. . Maratha(Non-Brahmins). Mathura 18. B.W(C2) Dept. No. 4/07/08 24.1994) 15.. Dt. 28. 16 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept.67 23.07/08/2008) 19. 11. Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. Lodh.O.. 27/05/2011.O. 42. Bukka) 16. Hatkar 9. B.07.No. Lodhi... B.07/08/2008). Krishanabalija (Dasari.. Dt. Nagavamsam (Nagavamsa) dated:19/09/1996 22.C.No..C. Vizianagaram and Vishakhapatnam..O.C..Ms. Katika. Are-Katika.MS. Ms. 3. Dt.. Gudia/Gudiya. No.Ms. 20. Surya Balija.No. BCW(P2) Dept.07/08/2008) 26.Ms. No. 22 BC W (C2) Dept. district only. 45. G. . 19. deleted vide G. The area of operation shall be confined to Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy District only. GROUP – C Scheduled Castes converts to Christianity and their progeny (Substituted in G. Agaru 2.O. BC Welfare Dept. Koppulavelama 17. Bhatraju 5.O. Barai.. included vide G. 09. Arakalies and Surabhi Natakalavallu. Jingar 11. Are Marathi. No. Dt.W(C2) Dept. dt.O. 39. Rangareddy.O. 43. Dt.07/08/2008) 25. (included in vide G.2004 and G. Ms.(Ser. Nelli(deleted vide G. No. Khammam and Adilabad Districts only.O.C. Dt.O. Budubunjala/Bhunjwa/Bhadbhunja. No.Ms. No. 14. No.07/08/2008) 23. B. Lodha of Hyderabad. 53. Ms.C. 43. Dt.Ms. 19/02/2009 25. B. Munnurukapu (Telangana) 21. BCW(C2) Dept. 27/05/2011.Ms. Kandra 12. 7/08/08) 3. Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. Ms. No. Rangrez or Bhavasarakshtriya vide G.. Kosthi 13. .

Tammali (Non-Brahmins) (Shudra Caste) whose traditional occupation is playing musical instruments. Included in vide G. Nagaralu of Srikakulam. Uppara or Sagara 32. Ms. 30. 11 BCW (C-2) Dept.02.O. Kurnool. 21 BC W (C2) Dept. dt. Included in vide G. 19/02/2011). Dt.No. 4/07/08 37. Beri Vysya. Dt. MS. The area of operation shall be confined to Telangana Region and also Krishna District only... No. dt. Included in vide G.W(C2) Dept. 27/05/2011. Dt. dt. dt. 62. 4/07/08 40. Ms. MS. 65. vending of flowers and giving assistance in temple service but not Shivarchakars.. 24 BC W (C2) Dept.O. Beri Chetty of Chittoor.No. Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. 42. Krishna. Sadaru of Anantapur Dist.O.O. Vizianagaram. 13 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept.Ms. Included in vide G.O.O.O. Guntur.. Sadhuchetty 28. 43... Agamudivellalar and Agamudimudaliar including Thuluva Vellalas of Chittoor. Yadava (Golla) 34. 22 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. Arava of Srikakulam District only. No. Dt. Ms. Backward Classes Welfare (C-2) Department. West Godavari. MS.24. 25 BC W (C2) Dept.. Sistakaranam included vide G. MS.. GROUP – E (Socially and Educationally Backward Classes of Muslims) .No. 27 BC W (C2) Dept.. dt.. 7.O.O. No. Vizianagaram and Vishakapatnam Districts” were deleted vide G. Ms. B. Lakkamari Kapu included vide G. Included vide G.O. Nellore and Krishna Districts only. Ms. 11 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. The area of operation shall be confined to Telangana region only. 14 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. 9-04-2008 36. Arevallu and Arollu of Telangana District (Included vide G. Ayyaraka. 19/02/2009. Vanjara (Vanjari) 33..No. 4/07/08 39.Ms. Visakhapatnam. 19/02/2009. included vide G. No.O. Anantapur. dt. Ms. Dt.1994) 31.O..O. of Srikakulam. No. East Godavari. 19/02/2009. Krishna. Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. Dt.. Hyderabad and Rangareddy Districts only. 20/12/2008 and G.No. No. Atirasa included vide G.No. 41.O. Satani (Chattadasrivaishnava) 29. included vide G. dt. Dt. 45. Kurmi. 44. Hyderabad and Rangareddy Districts only. 19/02/2009. Ms.O. Vizianagaram.. Ms. 20 BC W (C2) Dept. Vizianagaram and Visakhapatnam districts only.O.No. 11.No. 12.2014. 46. Dt. 48. No.Ms.68 27. 4/07/08 41.07/08/2008) 35. Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. Included in vide G.O. No.O. 19/02/2009} who are subject to Social customs or divorce and remarriage among their women (G. Turupukapus or Gajula kapus {… the words “of Srikakulkam.Ms. Are. Khammam and Warangal Districts only.Ms. dt. 12 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. Sondi / Sundi included vide G. Ms. E&SW. Nellore. Visakhapatnam. The area of operation shall be confined to Telangana region only. 19 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept. MS. Only vide G.10 Backward classes Welfare (c) Department Dated. No.. No. Sadara.. Veerashaiva Lingayat/Lingabalija. The area of operation shall be confined to Srikakulam. 19/02/2009.O. Dt. 47. 4/07/08 38. dt.No. 28/02/2009. Ms. Aghamudian..O. 18. The area of operation shall be confined to East Godavari and West Godavari Districts only. dt.9.No. Aghamudiar. Kalinga Komati / Kalinga Vysya vide G. 13/5/2003 and G. Varala included vide G.C. 5 Backward Classes Welfare (C2) Dept.

and all the synonyms and sub-groups of the excluded groups. Garadollu. Guddi Eluguvallu. Shia Imami Ismaili. Labba 10. Yaba. 6. Jasi 14. SW(J) Department. Garadiga. Mughal. Khoja.O. 58. 2. Ghanta Fhakirlu. 2.69 1. Labbi. The above list is for information and subject to confirmation with reference to G. Achchukattuvaru. No. Labbon. Singali. Nai Muslim. Thirugatiganta. Khasab. Tulukka Vannan. Gontalavaru. subject to satisfaction with regard to relevant rules and regulations in force the decision of the Commission shall be final in all such cases. Garadi Saibulu. Ms. N. Marati Khasab. Kureshi/ Khureshi. Pathans. Navid 9. Gosangi Muslim. Bonthala 11. Phakeer Sayebulu 7. Fhakir. Khatik Muslim 12. Borewale. Habshi. Garadi Muslim. Fakeer 5. Turaka Kasha. Faqir.:1. Turaka Chakali. Turka Chakla or Turka Sakala. Muslim Katika. Pakeerla. Navayat. Other Muslim groups excluding Syed. Fhakir Budbudki. Pattar Phodulu. Attar Saibuli. Attarollu 3. Muslim Rajakas. Irani. Sayyad. Tskalas or Chakalas. Moghal. On account of any reason whatsoever in case of any doubt/ dispute arising in the matter of community status (SC/ST/BC/OC) of any candidate. . Deraphakirlu. and except those who have been already included in the State List of Backward Classes. Jamayat. Turaka Budbudki. Arab. 4. Dhobi Muslim/ Muslim Dhobi/ Dhobi Musalman. Kakkukotte Zinka Saibulu. Derves. Cutchi-Memon. Rollaku Kakku Kottevaru. Bohara. Elugu Bantuvallu. Siddi. Achchupanivallu. Kani-Kattuvallu. Ghanti. dated 12/05/1997 and time to time orders. Nai. Terugadu Chakketakare. Labbai. Thuraka Kasha 15. Mushaik. Achukatlavandlu. Musalman Keelu Gurralavallu 8. Bohra. Achchukattalavandlu. Saiyed. Singamvallu. Shaik/ Sheikh 13. Hajam. Pamulavallu. chakkitakanevale.B.