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LOGICAL ABILITY Analogy Pattern Recognition Classification Pattern Recognition Coding Pattern Recognition Number Series Pattern Recognition Direction sense CDL Blood relations Puzzles Logical word sequence Selection decision table Data sufficiency Objective reasoning
QUANTITATIVE ABILITY Logarithms Divisibility HCF and LCM Power Decimal Fractions Numbers Permutations and Combinations Probability Word Problem Word Problem Profit Word Problem Interest Word Problem Speed Word Problem Inverse
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Sentence completion Sentence error Sentence improvement Comprehension (order) Reading Comprehension (RC)
SUBCATEGORY Arithmetic, Assignment, Boolean Logical Operators, Bitwise and Bitshift Operators, Increment and Decrement, Relational, Conditional Operator, Operate-Assign Operators Primitive Data Types - byte, short, int, long, char, float, double, and boolean, Non-primitive Data Types, Usage of Data Types, Literals - string, numeric, character, floating-point, boolean, Declaring Variables, Variable Names, Scope and Lifetime of Variables Declaration of Arrays, Construction of Arrays, Initialization of Arrays, Elements of Arrays, One and Multi-dimensional Arrays, Alternative Arrays Class Declaration, Declaring Member Variables, Defining Methods, Scope of Methods Method Parameters, Static Methods, Final Classes Constructors, Object Classes, Abstract Classes, Nested Classes: Static Member Types, Non-static Member Classes, Local Classes, Fundamental Classes: Object, Wrapper, String Class Creating Objects, Using Objects, Encapsulation, Constructors, Access Modifiers, Using the this Keyword Object Finalization, Field Initializer, Return Value, Method to Box Class, Garbage Collection Declaring an Interface, Interface Implementation, Extending Interfaces, Using Interface as Type, Rewriting Interface, Runnable Threads, Variables in Interface Member Access and Inheritance, Overriding Method, Hiding Members, Casting, Polymorphism, Using the super Keyword, Object Class Defining Packages, Creating Packages, The Import Statement, Static Imports, Casting, Scope of Packages Declaring Exceptions, Exception Hierarchy, Exception Matching, Exception Methods, Exception Types - Try, Catch, Finally, Throw Statement, Erros and Runtime Exceptions, Assertions File Class, Recording and Writing Files, Input and Output, Byte Streams - Input Streams and Output Streams, Character Streams - Readers and Writers, Basic and Filtered Streams, Converting Byte Streams to Character Streams
Data Types and Variables
File and Streams
Creating Threads, Threaded and Non-Threaded Applications, Thread Priorities, Thread Synchronization, Coordinating and Interrupting Threads, Runnable Interface Type Erasure, Type Boundaries, Parameterized Types, Wildcards, Generic Methods and Constructors, Strengths and Weaknesses of Generics, Legacy code and Generics Inner Classes, Member Classes, Local Classes, Anonymous Classes, Static Nested Classes, Instance Initializers String Class, StringBuilder and the StringBuffer Classes, Strings and Memory Total
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Debugging pointers Pointers into Arrays Pointers and Constants Pointer to Void String Arrays Fundamentals Arrays as Class Member Data . multiple.New And Delete. Based 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 total = 2 total = 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 total = 1 total = 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 total = 1 0 1 1 1 1 total = 0/1 0 0 0 0 0 total = 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 total = 1/2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 total = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 total = 2 1 0 0 1 1 total = 1/0 1 1 1 1 1 total = 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 total = 4/3 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 total = 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 Exceptions Overloading Binary. hybrid Base Class Public and Private Inheritance TOPIC TOTAL = 3 Throw and Catch Inheritance and Exceptions Standard Exceptions Exception Types Exception Hierarchies TOPIC TOTAL = 1 Classes Objects Inheritance NUMBER OF QUESTIONS Theoretical App.CATEGORY SUBCATEGORY Defining Classes Instantiation and using Classes Constructors and Destructors Using Constructors Member Functions Static Members Constant Member Functions Inline Implementation Access Control Structures and Classes Introduction to Function Overloading Overloaded Operators TOPIC TOTAL = 7 Destructors Default Constructors Construction and Destruction Local Variables Class Objects as Members Constant Member Functions Object as Function Arguments TOPIC TOTAL = 3 Concepts of Inheritance Protected Keywords Derived Classes and class constructors Constructor and Destructor Calls Types of Inheritance . Pointers To Objects. hierarchical. Unary Operators Operator Overloadin Overloading And Conversion Stream Operators Overloading Functions Operators and User-Defined Types TOPIC TOTAL = 1 File Streams String Streams Standard Streams Input and Output Streams Streams Classes File Pointers Header Files File Input and Output Error Handling in File I/O Manipulators Command Line Argument TOPIC TOTAL = 5 File and Streams Overloading ( method and operator) Polymorphism and V Virtual methods Compile time Polymorphism Run time Polymorphism Built-in streams Friend and Static Function Assignment And Copy Initialization This Pointer Dynamic Type Information TOPIC TOTAL = 3 Pointers and Arrays Pointers and Instances Dynamic Memory Allocation Memory Management .single.
Associative Function Objects Iterators Strings TOPIC TOTAL = 1 TOTAL = 25 0 total = 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 total = 0 1 total = 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 total = 1 . manipulating TOPIC TOTAL = 1 Fundamental Types Types and Declaratio Booleans Character Types Integer Types Floating-Point Types Structure of Declaration Declaring Multiple Names Scope and Initialization Objects and Lvalues TOPIC TOTAL = 0 F Templates (Advancedunction Templates String Template Specialization Deviation and Templates .Sequence.Object Arrays .Parameterization and Inheritance Standard Template: Algorithms Containers .Creating.
Medium. Sorting by Multiple Columns. DATEADD etc. multiple. >. MIN. =.* All questions need to be on commands. M . NOT) Filtering & Search Conditions E E E E E E 1 Advanded Data Filtering Using IN and NOT operators Using Exists and NOT EXISTS operators BETWEEN operator Using the LIKE Operator Using Wildcards More SQL commands (TRIM. etc) Generating Groups Group Filter Conditions Multiple Grouping Columns Restriction on Grouped Queries Duplicate Row Elimination (DISTINCT) 2 M M M M M M M 2 Understanding JOINS Joining Three or More Tables Different Types of Joins: Simple Joins Natural Join Self-Joins Equi-Joins Versus Non-Equi-Joins Outer Join (Left & Right Outer Joins) Inner Joins Cross Joins & Union Joins Table Aliases Table Multiplication & rules for table Multiplications Join Conditions Versus Filter Conditions Using Joins with Aggregate Functions Using Joins and Join Conditions Querying Multiple Tables M M M H H H H H H H M H H M .) E M E M M Grouping & Aggregation In SQL Grouping Concepts Aggregate Functions (SUM. etc. column names MySQL Data Types. COUNT. Simple Queries Where Clause The group by and having Clauses The order by Clause (Sorting Data. Symbolic Constants) Expressions Built In functions Missing data (NULL values) Table Creation Populating and Modifying Tables E E E E E E E E E E Simple Queries: The select Clause (Retrieving Individual.Easy. Constants (Numeric. SUBSTR. by Column Position. MAX. >=. Complexity Number of E . <>) Compound Searches (AND. AVG. Specifying Sort Direction) Rules for single table query processing Combining Query Result (UNION) 3 E E E E E E E M 2 Condition Evaluation Building a Condition Condition Types Combining Where clauses The Comparison Tests (<. OR. programming statements. String. <=. H .Hard questions Category SQL Basics Sub category 2 Creating a MySQL Database Using the mysql Command-Line Tool Statements Names: table names. REPLACE. CONCATENATE. LENGTH. all Columns) The from Clause Query Results. Date and Time. Less than 20% questions should be theoretical.
Domains) Entity Integrity (Uniqueness constraints. NULL values) Referential Integrity (Foreign Keys) 2 E E E E E Creating Databases Data definition Language (DDL) Creating databases Table definitions: Creating table (CREATE TABLE) Removing a table (DROP TABLE) Changing a table definition (ALTER TABLE) Deleting tabale data (TRUNCATE TABLE) Renaming a table (RENAME TABLE) Constraints definitions (Assertions and Domains) Aliases and synonymns (CREATE /DROP alias) Indexes: Create Index Delete index (DROP INDEX) Sequencing: Creating a sequence (CREATE SEQUENCE) Droping a Sequence (DROP SEQUENCE) Using a sequence Removing Database (DROP DATABASE) 2 E E E E E E E M M H H H H H E Views Understanding Views (advantage & Disadvantages of a view) Creating Views: Horizontal View Vertical View Row / Column subset view Grouped Views Joined Views Updating a View 2 M M M M M M M M .Subqueries 2 What Is a Subquery? Subquery Types Write single-row and multiple-row subqueries Subquery Search conditions Subqueries and joins Nested subqueries Correlated Subqueries Noncorrelated Subqueries Filtering by Subquery Using Subqueries As Calculated Fields When to Use Subqueries M M M M H H H H H H M Using the Set Operators Set Theory Primer Set Theory in Practice Describe set operators Set Operation Rules Use a set operator to combine multiple a single query Control the order of rows returned 1 H H H H H H Manipulating Data Describe each DML statement Understanding Data Insertion (INSERT) Copying from One Table to Another Updating Data (UPDATE) Deleting Data (DELETE) Merge rows in a table (MERGE) 3 E E E E E E Data Integrity What is Data Integrity Requried Data Simple Validity checking (Column check constraint.
exclusive locks. Privileges Views and SQL security Data Control Language (DCL): What is DCL? Granting Privileges (GRANT) Revoking Privileges (REVOKE) 1 H H H H H H TOTAL 26 . advantages and disadvantages) 1 H H H H H H H H H H SQL Security User Ids. Security Objects.Droping a View M Transaction Processing Multiuser Databases Understanding Transaction Processing Controlling Transactions Transaction control languages (TCL) COMMIT and ROLLBACK SAVEPOINT and SET TRANSACTION Transaction Models Transaction and Multiuser transaction Locking (shared. deadlock. advanced locking techniques) Versioning (operations.
make 1 hard question and rest easy * In case of only one question in the category. Handling Files and file attributes The vi Editor Different shell types and configuration files Process: Concept and basic commands (current. foreground. as per discretion . make either hard or simple.CATEGORY Basic unix commands and architecture General purpose utilities File system.An advanced filter TOTAL Number of questions 2 2 3 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 25 * For each category. current process n killing) Customizing the environment Simple Filters and those using Regular Expression (Grep and SED) Basic shell Programming System Administration The X window System Networking Tools awk.
duplicate payments. refund to Net 30 days credit terms. Block/unblock. documents Change Vendor Master. Exception handling. Reverse transfer Different stage the payment could be in. Coding issues. Refund to customers. 5/15 .what does this mean. Risks in 2 way matchdocuments of Process. reasons for unpaid Aps. Transaction Codes. how to identify.CATEGORY Vendor Management Adding Vendors Requests on Vendor Masters Advanced Invoice Processing Invoice checking PO based processing and matching Non-PO based processing Advanced Payments Status of payments Types of payment methods Concepts of discounts Unpaid Aps Month End Advanced Misc SAP/Oracle/JDE Help Desk SUB CATEGORY Naming/numbering conventions. Inter company payments. Delete Vendor Master. to-do Employee payment vs vendor payment. Multiple vendor records. Common Accrual. researching an enquiry in TOTAL NUMBER OF QUESTIONS 2 10 11 2 25 . Key 2-way/3-way/4-way matching. Issues which come up in vendor setup Issues with government as a Basic fields of an invoice and their meaning. Terminologies . Document verification for adding or maintaining E-mail & Call receipt & respond behavior. reconciliation with general ledger & reconciliation of vendor Duplicate payments. Issues and challenges Invalid invoice. invoice categories.block/hold/park.
CATEGORY Customer Master Data Adding Customer Requests Advanced Order Management Receiving orders Order Entry Advanced Credit Credit Team & agencies Credit ratings Advanced Cash Apps Concepts & basics Applications & challenges B2B Collections AP Basics Collection Basics Recovery & resolution Deductions Basics Treating Deducations Advanced SUB CATEGORY Naming/numbering conventions. credit request forms. price not mentioned. how do they look Role of credit team. role of deduction specialist. What 5 How cash is applied. mock scenario 4 Types of deductions. DNB and Different rating scales. impact. Issues with naming conventions. multiple address NUMBER OF QUESTIONS 4 3 Ways of receiving orders. Partial fulfillment or 4 Role of credit team. applying wire transfer 6 Different payment terms. role of Cash applicator. How to read them on follow ups. Update records. tax Total 26 . Order Requisition. filling Role of Order entry and expediting. modes Applying unapplied cash. query handling. returned/damaged goods. Deductions from backups. Customer Blocking. info required to Change is CMD. Key fields Key reasons for error. validating deductions. credit request forms etc.
Equity Accounts.CATEGORY Journal Entries Chart of Accounts Journal Entries Account Reconciliation Theoretical Practical General Accounting Closing and reporting Fixed Asset Basics Audit (for all financial statements (not just fixed assets)) Inter Company Transfer Tie out Misc SUB CATEGORY Asset Accounts. Statutory/GAAP Adjustments (Indian). audit trial. rules of Close Management. Controls needed. Total 0 25 6 3 4 1 5 . Inter co transfers. Types of accounting books. Lease Accounting/royalty accounting. Expense Samples journal entries. Part sale/disposition. Matching. Adding new FAs. critical info needed. key parameters. process to ensure ERP systems knowledge. Accrual. journal entries for accrual of NUMBER OF QUESTIONS 2 4 Critical controls. physical audit. Liability accounts. documents needed. Types of A/c Recon. Best Practices. Bank a/c Sample Account Reconciliation specially cash and bank.
(and their uses) Cash book Concept of contra entry Types of subsidiary books (concepts and purpose) Types of Costs & Revenue Product cost Period cost Opportunity cost Decision-making cost Controllable and uncontrollable costs Types of Revenue Basics of Bank Reconciliation Statement Basic Knowledge of accounting standards and transfer pric . etc.CATEGORY General Principles of Accounting SUBCATEGORY Types of accounts Rules of accounting Concepts of accounting such as matching. GAAP(Generally Accepted Accounting Principles)/ GAP(general accounting procedures) Types of errors: concept and effect on trail balance Preparation of Final Accounts Simple journal entries Purpose of Trial Balance Trading Account P&L account and balance sheet Items of balance sheet Depreciation Methods of depreciations Simple numerical problems Ratio analysis Types of ratio quick ratio debt/equity ratio solvency ratio etc. accrual.
Wholesaling. Loyalty Consumer. Business Markets Market Segments and Targets Brand Equity Brand Positioning Product Strategy Designing and Managing Services Pricing Strategies Integrated Marketing Channels Retailing.Sample Selection.CATEGORY SUB-CATEGORY Customer Value. Brand Extension and Multibrands Branding Strategy Managing Brands over Time and Market Segments Brand Licensing and Franchising . size of SampleChapter Questionnaire Development Data Collection (Primary/Secondary) Data Preparation and Processing Data Analysis and Interpretation Research Process and Design Exploratory and Qualitative Research Techniques Market and Sales Analysis Research New Product Development Consumer behavior and product-market choice Customer value and market segmentation Market selection Target market decision Response to Market Environment and Competition Selecting market opportunity Consumer Motivations Personality and Attitudes and Consumer Behavior Learning and Consumer Involvement Marketing Strategy Understanding Competition Strategy Selection and Control Marketing Productivity Strategic Tools Growth Strategies Product Strategies Pricing Strategies Distribution and Promotion Strategies Global Market Strategies Personal Selling Process Sales Planning and Budgeting Sales Territory Product Lifecycle Issues Sales forecasting Managing the sales forecasting process Sales forecasting performance measurement Time series forecasting techniques Regression analysis Qualitative sales forecasting Sales forecasting systems Marketing Channels Retailing Wholesaling Warehousing Transportation Channel Information Systems Distribution Channels in Services Distribution Planning and Control Marketing Management Marketing Research Consumer Behavior Marketing Planning and Strategy Sales and Distribution Management Brand Management Brand Identity and Brand Positioning Brand Communication Brand Equity and Valuation Marketing Programs and Communications for Brand Equity Measuring Sources and Outcomes of Brand Equity Co-Branding. and Logistics Application and Limitations Sampling .
Monopolistic Competition Principles of Economics Macroeconomics . Demand. and the Financial System Money Growth and Inflation Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply TOTAL . Producers and the Efficiency of Markets The Costs of Production Monopoly. Image and Personality Group Influence and Word-of-Mouth Advertising Production and Implementation Advertising Regulation Global Marketing and Advertising The Market Forces of Supply and Demand Elasticity and Its Application Supply. and Government Policies Consumers. Investment. Cost of Living Production and Growth Saving.Measuring A Nation¶s Income.Role of Information in Brand Management Advertising Management Integrated Marketing Communications Segmentation and Positioning Brand Equity. Oligopoly.
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Expectation Productivity Through HRIS Cost-benefit Value Analysis Getting Management Support for HRIS Limitations of Computerisation of HRIS 2 . Stress Management Group Development and Cohesiveness Group Performance and Decision Making Intergroup Relations Managerial Effectiveness: Traits and Skills Interpersonal Communication and Group Effective Leadership Conflict and Negotiation Determinants of Organisational Design Parameters of Organisational Design Organisation and Environment Organisational Strategy Organisation and Technology Types of Organisational Structures Power and Conflicts in Organisations Organisational Decision-Making and strategy-Formulation Organisational Culture Organisational Failure and Pathology Organisational Change and Development Organisational Learning and Transformation NUMBER OF QUESTIONS 9 Organisational Structure and Design 5 Industrial Relations and Employment Law Employment Laws: Trade Unions Act. 1948 (ESI Act) Payment of Gratuity Act.the WHYS of Human Behavior Work and Conditions of Work Skills for Managing Teams: Communication. Conflict. 1923 (WC Act) Employees¶ State Insurance Act. 1952 Workmen¶s Compensation Act. Provisions) Act. 1965 Employees Provident Funds (and Misc.CATEGORY Individual and Group Behavior SUBCATEGORY Personality. 1926 Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act. 1986 Industrial Relations: Approach The systems model The Pluralist Approach The Structural Contradictions Perspective Participants Trade Unions State Employers/Management Industrial Relations in Emerging Scenario Future Trends Productivity Management Quantitative and qualitative determination of Human Resource requirements The Human Factor in the Application of Work Study Working Conditions and the Working Environment Methods Study. Power and Influence. Self-awareness Values and Attitudes Motivation . 1947 The Payment of Bonus Act. the Approach to Methods Study Work Measurement . 1972 (PG Act) Child Labour (Prohibition & Regulation) Act.Purpose and the Basic Procedure Techniques of Work Measurement Strategic Planning and Human Resource Planning Human Resource Planning in Changing Context Human Resource Demand Forecasting Human Resource Supply Estimates 1 Human Resource Planning 1 Human Resource Information System Computers and Computer Based Information Systems Management Concepts and CBIS Management Information Systems Functional Applications HRIS Life Cycle/HR responsibility in each phase of HRIS development Pre implementation stage of HRIS HRIS Planning. 1946 Industrial Disputes Act.
Enterprise Resource Planning Systems 2 Strategic HRM Business Strategy and Organisational Capability Global Environment of HR: Change & Diversity Universalistic. Job Application. Contingency and Configurational Approaches Strategic HR Planning Acquisition and Development Corporate Strategy and Career Systems Managing Employee Relations: Unions and Strategic Collective Bargaining Change. Business Impact and ROI Process Mod Training Trends Worldwide Strategy and Training Training Department and Trainers Roles Moving from Training to Performance Objectives of P A Issues and Problems in P A Job Description and P A Job Analysis in P A Systems Methods of P A Appraisal Forms and Formats Measurements in P A Performance Management Process and Documentation of P A Appraisal Communication Performance Feedback and Counselling Implications of Management Styles on P A P A and its Organisational Implications Job Analysis in Human Resource Planning. Reaction. Values and SHRM Evaluating the Effectiveness of SHRM Training and Development Human Resource Development 0 A Systematic Approach to Training Needs Assessment Objective Setting Programme Design: Incorporating Learning Principles Instructional Techniques: An Overview Training Evaluation: Evaluation Designs. Restructuring and SHRM Corporate Ethics.Implementation: Tools in HRIS Development Packaged HRIS / Business Process Re-engineering. Learning. Recruitment and Selection Application Forms and Reference Checks Selection Interview Other Selection Devices Selection Decision Making Selection in New Type of Organizations 2 Performance Management Selection 1 Basics of HR TOTAL 2 25 .
Basics of HR Human Resource Information System Human Resource Planning Individual and Group Behaviour Industrial Relations and Employment Organizational Structure and Design Performance Management Selection Strategic HRM Training and Development 2 2 1 9 1 5 2 1 2 16 16 8 72 8 40 16 9 16 1001 .
CATEGORY Word comparison Directly related words Letter occurrence Number set Passage inference Rules Feedback form Address range Increasing. decreasing order Parameters Image .memory Image comparison .visual Visual atd TOTAL NUMBER OF QUESTIONS 2 1 1 1 4 4 0 0 4 4 0 1 12 34 .
gene mutation Point mutations Restriction endonucleases (REs): classification and mechanism PCR technology and its application cDNA synthesis Introduction of recombinant DNA into hosts Plasmids . ara. Conjugation and compatibility Bacteriophages . Lambda vectors. General Transcription factors Activators and repressors Post Transcriptional Modifications Splicing and RNA editing Translation machinery and Ribosomes Universal genetic code and codons Wobble hypothesis Mechanism of initiation. Anti-termination Transcriptional regulation . Cosmids Artificial chromosome vectors (YACs. and his. operators and regulators Transcription Termination .classification. DNA repair and recombination.a filamentous phage 22 Phagemids.MAIN MODULES MODULE CATEGORY Genome Structure and Organization MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Molecular Genetics (total = 50%) SUB CATEGORY Organization of prokaryotic and eukaryotic genomes Satellite DNA Rearrangement and amplification of DNA in the genome DNA Replication and Repair DNA replication models and mechanisms DNA damage. elongation and termination Co . EMBL.and posttranslational modifications Translation Inhibitors of protein translation Gene Expression in Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes Mutations Regulation of Gene expression in prokaryotes and eukaryotes Insertional elements and transposons Types: spontaneous and induced Mutagens Mutagenesis and mechanisms Expression of mutations . N Terminal Sequencing The shotgun approach to genome sequencing The clone contig approach Enzymes used in rDNA technology Sequencing techniques Transgenics DNA libraries Concept of transgenics in plants and animals Markers and reporter genes Screening of genomic libraries .Positive and negative Operon concept .Rho-dependent and independent. operons Eukaryotic transcription RNA polymerases Eukaryotic promoters and enhancers. BACs) Nucleases Ligases Polymerases Linkers Blunt ends and sticky end ligation The methodology for DNA sequencing Pyrosequencing Edman Degradation. trp. Enzymes and proteins involved in replication Semi-conservative theory of Meselson and Stahl Chromosome and Nucleic Acids Structure and functions of DNA and RNA Watson and Crick model of DNA Morphology and structural organization of chromosomes Ultrastructure of nucleic acids Prokaryotic transcription: Structure and function of RNA polymerases Mechanism of initiation of transcription Promoters.lac.The phage infection cycle rDNA technology (total = 30%) Cloning and vectors used in cloning M13 .
structural and numerical aberrations Gene and the genome Genetic variations and gene mapping Construction of genetic and physical maps Total for Molecular Biology module Construction and working principles of different types of microscopes LAB CHEMISTRY Analytical techniques in biotech Microscopy (total = 50%) Spectroscopy Atomic and molecular electronic spectroscopy Vibrational spectroscopy and electron and nuclear spin orientation in magnetic fields STM NMR Spectroscopy and 2D NMR (COSY.particle bombardment Conjugation and transduction Genomics (total = 20%) Chromosomal basis of inheritence Mendelism Mendelian principles Interaction of Genes .Genetic complementation technique Immunochemical techniques.the uptake of DNA by bacterial cells Transfection .supplementary and multiple factors. complementary genes Chromosome characteristics and structure Euchromatin and heterochromatin Genetic Recombination in Eukaryotes heterochromatization. PFGE Electrophoresis Blotting techniques Native and SDS Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. 2 D electrophoresis Chromatography Gel permeation chromatography Adsorption (ion exchange. SECSY techniques) Agarose gel electrophoresis.ZW-ZZ. XX-XO. clusters Pseudogenes and overlapping genes Concets of allosomes and autosomes. NOSEY. fed batch and continuous Solid substrate. XX-XY.ORF. ZO-ZZ types Genome annotation . ELISA cDNA libraries Recombination Transformation . affinity) chromatography Partition chromatography HPLC Protein purification Neutron Activation Analysis Isotope dilution analysis Radio-immunoassay Radiotracers Radioactivity Spectrometry MALDI-TOF Mass spectrometry Crystallization of biomolecules X-ray crystallography Crystallography Protein Crystallography Fermenter design-mechanically agitated. surface and submerged fermentation Fermentation technology Bioreactor and fermenters Types of fermentation (total = 50%) Fermentation process Fermentation media Animal and plant cell cultivation Upstream processing Air sterilization Media formulation Sterilization . Pneumatic and hydrodynamic fermenters Batch. sex chromatin Quantitative inheritance Linkage and crossing over Chromosome mapping Gene families. homology searching Determining the function of an unknown gene Chromosomal Variations .
solid solutions. Predictions of geometries based on these concepts. Work and heat. System and surroundings. expression of concentration of solutions of solids in liquids. Lewis structures and VSEPR theory. the Avogadro constant. conductance in electrolytic solutions. GibbsHelmholtz equation (no derivation) and its application.Aeration and agitation Instrumentation. Ideal gas law and its application. Application of equilibrium concepts to ionic equilibria. polarity of bonds. p . Specific heats at constant volume and pressure and their relationships. Directional nature of the chemical bond. . The gas laws. Qualitative solution. Non ideal behaviour of gases and van der Waals' equation. solubilities and solubility products. electrolysis and laws of electrolysis (elementary idea). the mole. fuel cells. standard electrode potential. Second Law of Thermodynamics and its applications.P. Thermochemistry. simple concepts of hybridization involving s . Le Chattelier s principle and application thereof. Nernst equation and its application to chemical cells. Dalton's law. dipole moments and information they convey about the structure of the molecule. Chemical Bonding Gaseous state Chemical Thermodynamics Chemical & ionic equilibrium Solutions and Colligative properties Electrochemistry Redox reactions. colligative properties . d and f orbitals and their overlap behaviour. specific and molar conductivity variations of conductivity with concentration. Types of solutions. abnormal molecular mass. pKa and pKb. acid-base equilibria.relative lowering of vapour pressure. Covalent and ionic. osmotic pressure. EMF of a cell. Criteria for spontaneity and equilibrium. Work done in reversible and irreversible expansions of ideal gases. influence of pH on determining protonation states. simple numerical problems on the above. Energy and Enthalpy. Shapes of s . determination of molecular masses using colligative properties. Small numericals based on these concepts. p . solubility of gases in liquids. elevation of B. buffer solutions. dry cell electrolytie cells and Galvanic cells. Free energy changes in chemical reactions. kinetic theory treated qualitatively. state variables.. First Law and its implications. depression of freezing point. Concept of entropy. pH. lead accumulator. Graham's law of diffusion. Factors affecting equilibrium. equilibrium constants. corrosion. and d orbitals. Kohlrausch's Law. measurement and control of bioprocess parameters Down stream processing Bioseparation techniques Purification by chromatographic techniques Reverse osmosis and ultra filtration Drying and Crystallization Effluent treatment Total for Lab Chemistry module Chemistry Physical & General Chemistry Atomic structure Setting up the Schrödinger equation for the hydrogen atom.
regulation (fine. properties. steam distillation. halogens. coordination number. carbohydrates as a source of energy Structure. Isomerism: Positional. Biological significance of some of these elements. Crystallization. ligands.secondary. chromatography (paper. including enzyme catalysis and the Michaelis-Menten equation. importance of coordination compounds (in qualitative analysis. curved arrows and other notations. ionic radii. coarse and metabolic control) Coenzymes and cofactors Structures. oxidation states. distillation under reduced pressure. ionization enthalpy. structural organization of proteins (primary. tertiary and quaternary structures) Classification. Types of organic reactions Total for Organic Chemistry Total for Chemistry Structure and catalysis Biochemistry Amino acids Proteins Enzymes Carbohydrates Lipids Vitamins Nucleic acids. inductive. properties 3D structure of proteins. Basic Concepts Functional Groups: Classification and characteristic reactions.Chemical Kinetics Total for Physical Chemistry Rate laws and their expression. Detection of nitrogen. IUPAC nomenclature of organic compounds. classification and functions Water soluble and fat-soluble vitamins. Potential energy surfaces (rough idea). Reactive intermediates in organic chemistry. isomerism. reference values). extraction. IUPAC nomenclature of mononuclear coordination compounds bonding. magnetic properties. conjugation. geometrical and optical isomerism. Dietary source Purine and pyrimidine bases Metabolism and bioenergetics Glycolysis Krebs cycle/citric acid cycle . Types of catalysis. resonance. colour. fractional distillation. concentration and catalysis. distillation. Variation of periodic properties across rows and periods. Free radical mechanisms. d-block elements Coordination compounds Total for Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Purification and characterization of organic compounds. electromeric effects. Substitution. general trends in properties of the first row transition metals: metallic character. interstitial compounds. functional group. catalysis. colour. sublimation. Introduction. elimination. addition.and p-block elements. catalytic property. extraction of metals and biological systems). electronic configuration. Estimation of carbon. properties and classification. magnetic properties and shapes. phosphorus. sulphur. hydrogen and nitrogen. nucleotides Metabolic pathways Classification. alloy formation. Inorganic Chemistry Periodic Table and periodic properties. s. kinetics. rate constants and their dependence on various factors like temperature. occurrence and characteristics of transition metals. tautomerism. classification based on structure and functions. anomalous behavior of the first element in each group. Calculation of empirical and molecular formulae. Mechanisms. hyperconjugation. General introduction. column. their relative stabilities and how these affect product ratios and course of reactions.
Pentose phosphate pathways Bioenergetics Amino acid oxication and production of urea Oxidative phosphorylation and photophosphorylation Carbohydrate biosynthesis Lipid biosynthesis Oxidative phosphorylation and photophosphorylation Fatty acid oxidation and biosynthesis. photosynthesis Principles of bioenergetics Thermodynamics of biological systems Total .
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) Monitoring and Troubleshooting Network Planning and Implementing an Active Directory Infrastructure (User and Group Policies) Installing Windows Administration of Windows (all versions). Standards. Redhat. Configuration. etc) Linux Commands: ls. MAC. etc. Routing. Functionality and Protocols for different layers Types of N/W. Configuring router and routing protocols. awk etc. Spyware. Tunneling etc. Implementation Protocols and Addressing. Functionality and Protocols for different layers Model. etc. grep.) Basic architecture: bus. Device Interconnections. IPs. mkdir. Types. etc. Managing and Maintaing Users Usage of commands (not syntax based questions) 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 14 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 21 Windows Client . Logical Link Control. Making Connections. Installation of Software. etc. admin account Installing and Updating Software Installing and Configuring Network Services (http. public key.) Designing. Role. External hardware: printers. Subnets Configuration and Troubleshooting. access control. Computers. Layers. Policies Network Setting on XP: TCP/IP. ftp. Security: Firewall. Anti-Virus. etc. SDRAM. Implementing and Managing Network (Topology. Planning and Cabling N/Ws Network Implementing VLAN Routers and Routing WLAN Network Security WAN IP Services Establishing N/W N/W: N/W device configuration: Router. boot. imap. PS/2. smtp. Implementing and Managing Network security (Firewall. GNOME.) Linux security 3 Windows Windows Server 2003 Managing and Maintaining Physical and Logical Devices and Access to Resources Managing Users. N/w access. Worm etc. swap.) Memory types (DDR2. SMTP. ext3. Proxy Setting etc. ssh. and Groups Managing Server Environment: (Print queues. Registry Troubleshooting device and driver Troubleshooting Windows problem: Virus. piping. IPv6 OSI Model TCP-IP Model 2 1 1 Types of N/W. scanners Troubleshooting hardware errors 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 Hardware 1 1 1 1 connecting these to networks 1 1 1 2 Linux: Installing Linux server Filesystem and Partitions (ext2. Gateway. FTP. IP. etc) Basic knowledge of Linux types (Debian. etc. etc Motherboard components: processor. Switches. VPN technology Applicati on/Scena Theoretical rio based 1 1 1 1 Networking BasicsBasics: Protocols Nework Address Translation Ethernet 1 Network Addressing: IPv4. CMOS. Security Features Implementing WAN Links. Security and Security Stds. KDE. Protocols. Troubleshooting. disk quotas. Cables Port types (USB.Categories Sub Categories Detailed Topics HTTP. Configuration and Deployment Device Security. Protocols. Routing Vlans Fundamentals. DNS. slots. system performance) Designing. Router Configuration Standards. UDP etc. Layers. Concept of kernels and processes Configuring network on Linux Creating and Managing User accounts. Layers. BSOD. TCP. Developing Address Scheme. Role. Model. master-slave.
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