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  • 1. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 21 Union Public Service Commission EXAMINATION NOTICE NO. 04/2012-CSP DATED 11.02.2012 (LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS : 05.03.2012) CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION, 2012 (Commissions website - F. No. 1/4/2011-E.I(B) : Preliminary Examination of the Civil Services Examination for recruitment to the Services and Posts mentioned below will be held by the Union Public Service Commission on 20th May, 2012 in accordance with the Rules published by the IMPORTANT Department of Personnel & Training in the Gazette of India Extraordinary dated 4th February, 2012. 1. CANDIDATES TO ENSURE THEIR ELIGIBILITY FOR THE (i) Indian Administrative Service. EXAMINATION: (ii) Indian Foreign Service. (iii) Indian Police Service. The Candidates applying for the examination should ensure that they fulfill (iv) Indian P & T Accounts & Finance Service, Group ‘A’. all eligibility conditions for admission to examination. Their admission to (v) Indian Audit and Accounts Service, Group ‘A’. all the stages of the examination will be purely provisional subject to (vi) Indian Revenue Service (Customs and Central Excise), Group ‘A’. satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. (vii) Indian Defence Accounts Service, Group ‘A’. Mere issue of admission certificate to the candidate will not imply that his/ (viii) Indian Revenue Service (I.T.), Group ‘A’. (ix) Indian Ordnance Factories Service, Group ‘A’ (Assistant Works Manager, Admin- her candidature has been finally cleared by the Commission. istration). Commission take up verification of eligibility conditions with reference to (x) Indian Postal Service, Group ‘A’. original documents only after the candidate has qualified for Interview/ (xi) Indian Civil Accounts Service, Group ‘A’. Personality Test. (xii) Indian Railway Traffic Service, Group ‘A’. (xiii) Indian Railway Accounts Service, Group A. 2. HOW TO APPLY: (xiv) Indian Railway Personnel Service, Group ‘A’. Candidates are required to apply Online by using the website http:// (xv) Post of Assistant Security Commissioner in Railway Protection Force, Group ‘A’ Detailed instructions for filling up online (xvi) Indian Defence Estates Service, Group ‘A’. applications are available on the above- mentioned website. Brief Instructions (xvii) Indian Information Service (Junior Grade), Group ‘A’. for filling up the "Online Application Form" given in Appendix-II. (xviii) Indian Trade Service, Group A (Gr. III). (xix) Indian Corporate Law Service, Group "A". 3. LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS : (xx) Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Service, Group ‘B’ (Section Officer’s Grade). The online Applications can be filled up to 5th March, 2012 till 11.59 (xxi) Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & PM after which the link will be disabled. Nagar Haveli Civil Service, Group B. (xxii) Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & 4. The eligible candidates shall be issued an e-Admission Certificate Nagar Haveli Police Service, Group B. three weeks before the commencement of the examination. The e- (xxiii) Pondicherry Civil Service, Group B. Admission Certificate will be made available in the UPSC website (xxiv) Pondicherry Police Service, Group B. [] for downloading by candidates. No Admission W The number of vacancies to be filled on the result of the examination is expected to Certificate will be sent by post. be approximately 1037. The number of vacancies may undergo change. 5. PENALTY FOR WRONG ANSWERS: W Reservation will be made for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes. Sched- uled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and Physically Disabled Categories in re- Candidates should note that there will be penalty (negative marking) for spect of vacancies as may be fixed by the Government. wrong answers marked by a candidate in the Objective Type Question Note I : The list of services participating in the Civil Services Examination, 2012 is Papers. tentative. 6. FACILITATION COUNTER FOR GUIDANCE OF CANDIDATES: Note II : Services identified suitable for Physically Disabled Categories alongwith In case of any guidance/information/clarification regarding their applications, respective functional classification and physical requirements are given below :- candidature etc. candidates can contact UPSC’s Facilitation Counter Sl Name of the Category(ies) *Functional *Physical near gate ‘C’ of its campus in person or over Telephone No. 011-23385271/ No. Service for which Classification requirements 011-23381125/011-23098543 on working days between 10.00 hrs and 17.00 identified hrs. 1. Indian (i) Locomotor BA, OL, OA, S, ST,W, 7. MOBILE PHONES BANNED: Administrative disability BH, MW SE, H, RWT (a) Mobile phones, pagers or any other communication devices are not allowed Service (ii) Visual LV inside the premises where the examination is being conducted. Any impairment infringement of these instructions shall entail disciplinary action including (iii) Hearing PD ban from future examinations. impairment (b) Candidates are advised in their own interest not to bring any of the banned 2. Indian Foreign (i) Locomotor OA, OL, OAL S, ST, W, RW, items including mobile phones/pagers to the venue of the examination, as Service disability C,MF,SE arrangement for safe-keeping cannot be assured. (ii) Visual LV impairment 8. Candidates are advised not to bring any valuable/costly items to the (iii) Hearing HH Examination Halls, as safe-keeping of the same cannot be assured. impairment Commission will not be responsible for any loss in this regard. 3. Indian Revenue (i) Locomotor OL, OA S, ST,W, BN,L CANDIDATES ARE REQUIRED TO APPLY ONLY THROUGH ONLINE MODE Service disability, SE,MF, RW,H,C NO OTHER MODE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS IS ALLOWED (Customs & (ii) Hearing HH Central Excise, impairment Sl Name of the Category(ies) *Functional *Physical Gr. A) No. Service for which Classification requirements 4. Indian P&T (i) Locomotor OA, OL, OAL, S, W, SE, RW, identified Accounts & disability BL C Finance Service, (ii) Visual LV 7. Indian Revenue (i) Locomotor OA, OL, OAL, S,ST,W,SE, Service (I.T.), disability BL RW,C Gr. A impairment (iii) Hearing HH Gr. A (ii) Hearing HH impairment impairment 8. Indian Ordnance (i) Locomotor OA, OL, OAL S,ST,W,BN,RW, 5. Indian Audit & (i) Locomotor OA, OL, OAL S, ST,W,BN, Factories disability SE,H,C Accounts disability SE,RW,H,C Service, Gr. A (ii) Visual LV Service, Gr. A (ii) Visual LV impairment impairment (iii) Hearing HH (iii) Hearing HH impairment impairment 9. Indian Postal (i) Locomotor OA, OL, OAL, S, ST, W, BN, 6. Indian Defence (i) Locomotor OA, OL, OAL, S, ST, W, BN, Service, Gr. A. disability BL RW, SE, H, C Accounts disability BL SE, RW, C (ii) Visual B, LV impairment Service, Gr. A (ii) Visual LV impairment (ii) Hearing HH impairment (iii) Hearing HH impairment Contd..... "Government strives to have a workforce which reflects gender balance and women candidates are encouraged to apply."
  • 2. 22 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 Sl Name of the Category(ies) *Functional *Physical (B) PLAN OF EXAMINATION : of physical disability attributable to Military No. Service for which Classification requirements The Civil Services Examination will con- Service, or (iii) on invalidment. identified sist of two successive stages (vide Ap- (vi) Upto a maximum of five years in the 10. Indian Civil (i) Locomotor OA, OL, OAL, S,ST,W,SE, pendix I Section-I below). case of ECOs/SSCOs who have completed Accounts disability BL RW,H,C (i) Civil Services Preliminary Examination an initial period of assignment of five years Service, Gr. A (ii) Visual LV (Objective type) for the selection of candi- Military Service as on 1st August, 2012 impairment dates for the Main Examination; and and whose assignment has been ex- (iii) Hearing HH (ii) Civil Services Main Examination (Writ- tended beyond five years and in whose impairment ten and Interview) for the selection of can- case the Ministry of Defence issues a cer- 11. Indian Railway (i) Locomotor OA, OL, OAL, S,ST,W,SE, didates for the various Services and posts tificate that they can apply for civil employ- Accounts disability BL RW, H,C noted above. ment and that they will be released on three Service, Gr. A (ii) Visual LV months notice on selection from the date Applications are now invited for the Pre- impairment of receipt of offer of appointment. liminary Examination only. Candidates who (iii) Hearing HH are declared by the Commission to have (vii) upto a maximum of 10 years in the impairment case of blind, deaf-mute and qualified for admission to the Main Exami- 12. Indian Railway (i) Locomotor OA, OL S,ST,W,BN, nation will have to apply online again, in orthopaedically handicapped persons. Personnel disability SE,RW,H,C the Detailed Application Form which would NOTE I: Service, Gr. A (ii) Visual B, LV impairment be made available to them. The Main Ex- Candidates belonging to the Scheduled (iii) Hearing HH amination is likely to be held in October/ Castes and the Scheduled Tribes and the impairment November, 2012. Other Backward Classes who are also cov- 13. Indian Railway Locomtor OA S,ST, W, SE, RW 3. ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS : ered under any other clauses of para 3(ii) Traffic Service disability OL H, C (b) above, viz. those coming under the cat- Group A (i) Nationality egory of Ex-servicemen, persons domi- 14. Indian Defence (i) Locomotor OA, OL S,ST,W,BN, (1) For the Indian Administrative Service ciled in the State of J & K, blind, deaf-mute Estates Service disability MF,PP,KC, and the Indian Police Service, a candidate and orthopaedically handicapped etc. will Gr. A (ii) Blindness or LV SE,RW,H,C must be a citizen of India. Low Vision be eligible for grant of cumulative age-re- (2) For other services, a candidate must be laxation under both the categories. (iii) Hearing HH impairment either :— NOTE II: 15. Indian Information (i) Locomotor OA, OL, OAL, , (a) a citizen of India, or The term ex-servicemen will apply to the Service, Gr. A disability BL (b) a subject of Nepal, or persons who are defined as ex-service- (ii) Visual B,LV S,ST,W,SE (c) a subject of Bhutan, or impairment RW,H,C men in the Ex-servicemen (Re-employment (iii) Hearing HH (d) a Tibetan refugee who came over to in Civil Services and Posts) Rules, 1979, impairment India before 1st January, 1962 with the in- as amended from time to time. 16. Indian Trade (i) Locomotor OA, OL, OAL, S,ST,W,BN, tention of permanently settling in India, or NOTE III : Service Gr. ‘A’ disability BL MF,SE,RW, (e) a person of Indian origin who has mi- The age concession under para 3(ii) (b) (Gr.III) (ii) Visual LV H,C grated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East (v) and (vi) will not be admissible to Ex- impairment African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the Servicemen and Commissioned Officers (iii) Hearing HH impairment United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, including ECOs/SSCOs who are released Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the on own request. 17. Indian Corporate (i) Locomotor OA,OL, ST, RW, SE Law Service, disability BL S,BN,H intention of permanently settling in India. NOTE IV: Group A (ii) Visual LV Provided that a candidate belonging to ca- Notwithstanding the provision of age-re- impairment tegories (b), (c), (d) and (e) shall be a per- laxation under para 3 (ii) (b) (vii) above, a (iii) Hearing HH son in whose favour a certificate of eligibil- impairment physically disabled candidate will be con- ity has been issued by the Government of sidered to be eligible for appointment only 18. Armed Forces (i) Locomotor OA, OL S,ST,W,BN, India. if he/she (after such physical examination Headquarters disability MF, SE, RW, Provided further that candidates belong- as the Government or appointing author- Civil Service, Gr.B (ii) Visual LV H,C (Section Officers impairment ing to categories (b), (c) and (d) above will ity, as the case may be, may prescribe) is Grade) (iii) Hearing HH not be eligible for appointment to the In- found to satisfy the requirements of physi- impairment dian Foreign Service. cal and medical standards for the con- 19. Delhi, Andaman & (i) Locomotor OA, OL,OAL, S,ST,W,SE, A candidate in whose case a certificate of cerned Services/posts to be allocated to Nicobar Islands, disability BL RW, MF, H,C eligibility is necessary, may be admitted to the physically disabled candidates by the Lakshadweep, (ii) Hearing HH the examination but the offer of appoint- Government. Daman & Diu and impairment ment may be given only after the neces- SAVE AS PROVIDED ABOVE THE AGE Dadra & Nagar Haveli Civil sary eligibility certificate has been issued LIMITS PRESCRIBED CAN IN NO CASE Service, Gr. B to him/her by the Government of India. BE RELAXED. 20. Delhi, Andaman & (i) Locomotor OL S,ST,W,BN, (ii) Age Limits : The date of birth accepted by the Commis- Nicobar Islands, disability PP, KC, MF, (a) A candidate must have attained the sion is that entered in the Matriculation or Lakshadweep, (ii) Hearing HH SE, RW, H,C age of 21 years and must not have attained Secondary School Leaving Certificate or in Daman & Diu and impairment the age of 30 years on 1st August, 2012, a certificate recognised by an Indian Uni- Dadra & Nagar Haveli Police i.e. he/she must have been born not ear- versity as equivalent to Matriculation or in Service, Gr. B lier than 2nd August, 1982 and not later an extract from a Register of Matriculates 21. Pondicherry (i) Locomotor OA, OL, OAL, S,ST,W,SE, than 1st August, 1991. maintained by a University, which extract Civil Service, disability BL, LV RW,H,C (b) The upper age limit prescribed above must be certified by the proper authority of (Group B) (ii) Visual LV will be relaxable : the University or in the Higher Secondary impairment or an equivalent examination certificate. (iii) Hearing HH (i) upto a maximum of five years if a candi- impairment date belongs to a Scheduled Caste or a These certificates are required to be sub- Scheduled Tribe. mitted only at the time of applying for the *For details about Functional Classification and Physical Requirements, para 8 of this Notice may Civil Services (Main) Examination. please be referred. (ii) upto a maximum of three years in the case of candidates belonging to Other Back- No other document relating to age like horo- 2. (A) CENTRES OF EXAMINATION : The Examination will be held at the following ward Classes who are eligible to avail of scopes, affidavits, birth extracts from Mu- Centres: reservation applicable to such candidates. nicipal Corporation, service records and the like will be accepted.AGARTALA (iii) upto a maximum of five years if a can- CHANDIGARH IMPHAL LUCKNOW RANCHI The expression Matriculation/Secondary didate had ordinarily been domiciled in theAHMEDABAD CHENNAI ITANAGAR MADURAI SAMBALPUR Examination Certificate in this part of the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the pe-AIZAWL CUTTACK JAIPUR MUMBAI SHILLONG riod from the 1st January, 1980 to the 31st instruction includes the alternative certifi-ALIGARH DEHRADUN JAMMU NAGPUR SHIMLA day of December, 1989. cates mentioned above.ALLAHABAD DELHI JODHPUR PANAJI (GOA) SRINAGAR (iv) upto a maximum of three years in the NOTE 1:AURANGABAD DHARWAD JORHAT PATNA THIRUVANANTHAPURAM case of Defence Services personnel dis- Candidates should note that only the DateBANGALORE DISPUR KOCHI PUDUCHERRY TIRUPATI abled in operations during hostilities with of Birth as recorded in the Matriculation/BAREILLY GANGTOK KOHIMA PORT BLAIR UDAIPUR any foreign country or in a disturbed area Secondary Examination Certificate or anBHOPAL HYDERABAD KOLKATA RAIPUR VISHAKHAPATNAM and released as a consequence thereof. equivalent certificate as on the date of (v) upto a maximum of five years in the submission of applications will be ac-The centres and the date of holding the take the examination at any one of the case of ex-servicemen including Commis- cepted by the Commission and no sub-examination as mentioned above are li- seven centres viz. Chennai, Delhi, sioned Officers and ECOs/SSCOs who sequent request for its change will beable to be changed at the discretion of Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Dispur have rendered at least five years Military considered or granted.the Commission. While every effort will and Mumbai. Candidates admitted to the Service as on 1st August, 2012 and have NOTE 2 :be made to allot the candidates to the examination will be informed of the time been released (i) on completion of assign- Candidates should also note that once acentre of their choice for examination, ment (including those whose assignment Date of Birth has been claimed by them table and place or places of examina-the Commission may, at their discretion is due to be completed within one year from and entered in the records of the Com- tion. 1st August, 2012) otherwise than by wayallot a different centre to a candidate, mission for the purpose of admission to The candidates should note that no re- of dismissal or discharge on account of an examination, no change will be allowedwhen circumstances so warrant. Blind quest for change of centre will be granted. misconduct or inefficiency, or (ii) on account subsequently (or at any other examina-candidates will, however, be required to
  • 3. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 23 tion of the Commission) on any grounds ing to Other Backward Classes, who are no response is received from the those serving under the Public Enterprises whatsoever. otherwise eligible shall be seven. The re- applicants their applications shall be are however, required to submit an under- laxation will be available to the candidates summarily rejected and no further taking that they have informed in writing to NOTE 3 : who are eligible to avail of reservation ap- correspondence shall be entertained in their Head of Office/Department that they The candidate should exercise due care plicable to such candidates. this regard. have applied for the Examination. while entering their date of birth in the Provided further that a physically handi- All female candidates and candidates Candidates should note that in case a com- online Application Form for the Prelimi- capped will get as many attempts as are belonging Scheduled Caste/Scheduled munication is received from their employer nary Examination. If on verification at any available to other non-physically handi- Tribe/ Physically Handicapped catego- by the Commission withholding permission subsequent stage, any variation is found capped candidates of his or her commu- ries are exempted from payment of fee. to the candidates applying for/appearing in their date of birth from the one entered nity, subject to the condition that a physi- No fee exemption is, however, available at the examination, their application will in their matriculation or equivalent Exami- cally handicapped candidate belonging to to OBC candidates and they are required be liable to be rejected/candidature will be nation certificate, disciplinary action will the General Category shall be eligible for to pay the prescribed fee in full. liable to be cancelled. be taken against them by the Commis- sion under the Rules. seven attempts. The relaxation will be avail- Physically disabled persons are exempted NOTE 1 : able to the physically handicapped candi- from the payment of fee provided they are While filling in his/her Application Form, (iii) Minimum Educational Qualifica- dates who are eligible to avail of reserva- otherwise eligible for appointment to the tions : the candidate should carefully decide tion applicable to such candidates. Services/Posts to be filled on the results of about his/her choice of centre for the Ex- The candidate must hold a degree of any of NOTE : this examination on the basis of the stan- amination. Universities incorporated by an Act of the dards of medical fitness for these Services/ (i) An attempt at a Preliminary Examina- If any candidate appears at a centre Central or State Legislature in India or other Posts (including any concessions specifi- tion shall be deemed to be an attempt at other than the one indicated by the Com- educational institutions established by an cally extended to the physically disabled). the Examination. mission in his/her Admission Certificate, Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed A physically disabled candidate claiming the papers of such a candidate will not as a University Under Section-3 of the Uni- (ii) If a candidate actually appears in any fee concession will be required by the be evaluated and his/her candidature will versity Grants Commission Act, 1956, or one paper in the Preliminary Examination, Commission to submit along with their be liable to cancellation. possess an equivalent qualification. he/she shall be deemed to have made an Detailed Application Form, a certified copy attempt at the Examination. of the certificate from a Government Hos- NOTE 2 : NOTE I : (iii) Notwithstanding the disqualification/ pital/Medical Board in support of his/her Candidates are not required to submit Candidates who have appeared at an ex- claim for being physically disabled. alongwith their applications any certifi- amination the passing of which would ren- cancellation of candidature, the fact of ap- pearance of the candidate at the examina- NB : cate in support of their claims regarding der them educationally qualified for the Age, Educational Qualifications, Sched- Commission’s examination but have not tion will count as an attempt. Notwithstanding the aforesaid provision for uled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/Other been informed of the results as also the (v) Restrictions on applying for the ex- fee exemption, a physically disabled can- Backward Classes and Physically dis- candidates who intend to appear at such a amination : didate will be considered to be eligible for abled etc. which will be verified at the qualifying examination will also be eligible appointment only if he/she (after such A candidate who is appointed to the Indian time of the Main examination only. The for admission to the Preliminary Examina- physical examination as the Government Administrative Service or the Indian For- candidates applying for the examination tion. All candidates who are declared quali- or the Appointing Authority, as the case eign Service on the results of an earlier should ensure that they fulfil all the eligi- fied by the Commission for taking the Civil may be, may prescribe) is found to satisfy examination and continues to be a mem- bility conditions for admission to the Ex- Services (Main) Examination will be re- the requirements of physical and medical ber of that service will not be eligible to amination. Their admission at all the quired to produce proof of passing the req- standards for the concerned Services/ compete at this examination. stages of examination for which they are uisite examination with their application for Posts to be allocated to physically disabled In case such a candidate is appointed to admitted by the Commission viz. Prelimi- the Main Examination failing which such candidates by the Government. the IAS/IFS after the Preliminary Examina- nary Examination, Main (Written) Exami- candidates will not be admitted to the Main NOTE I : nation and Interview Test will be purely Examination. The applications for the Main tion of Civil Services Examination, 2012 is over and he/she continues to be a mem- APPLICATIONS WITHOUT THE PRE- provisional, subject to their satisfying the Examination will be called sometime in the SCRIBED FEE (UNLESS REMISSION OF prescribed eligibility conditions. If on veri- month of July/August, 2012. ber of that service, he/she shall not be eli- gible to appear in the Civil Services (Main) FEE IS CLAIMED) SHALL BE SUMMARILY fication at any time before or after the NOTE II : Examination, 2012 notwithstanding his/her REJECTED. Preliminary Examination, Main (written) In exceptional cases the Union Public Ser- having qualified in the Preliminary Exami- NOTE II : Examination and Interview Test, it is vice Commission may treat a candidate who nation, 2012. found that they do not fulfil any of the Fee once paid shall not be refunded under has not any of the foregoing qualifications eligibility conditions, their candidature Also provided that if such a candidate is any circumstances nor can the fee be held as a qualified candidate provided that he/ for the examination will be cancelled by appointed to IAS/IFS after the commence- in reserve for any other examination or she has passed examination conducted by the Commission. ment of the Civil Services (Main) Exami- selection. the other Institutions, the standard of which If any of their claims is found to be incor- nation, 2012 but before the result thereof NOTE III : in the opinion of the Commission justifies rect, they may render themselves liable and continues to be a member of that ser- If any candidate who took the Civil Ser- his/her admission to the examination. to disciplinary action by the Commission vice, he/she shall not be considered for vices Examination held in 2011 wishes to in terms of Rule 14 of the Rules for the NOTE III : appointment to any service/post on the apply for admission to this examination, Civil Services Examination, 2012 repro- Candidates possessing professional and basis of the result of this examination viz. he/she must submit his/her application with- duced below : technical qualifications which are Civil Services Examination, 2012. out waiting for the results or an offer of ap- A candidate who is or has been declared recognised by Government as equivalent (vi) Physical Standards : pointment. by the Commission to be guilty of : to professional and technical degree Candidates must be physically fit accord- NOTE IV : would also be eligible for admission to the (i) Obtaining support for his/her candida- ing to physical standards for admission to Candidates admitted to the Main Exami- examination. ture by the following means, namely :– Civil Services Examination, 2012 as per nation will be required to pay a further fee NOTE IV : guidelines given in Appendix-III of Rules of Rs. 200/- (Rupees Two hundreds only). (a) offering illegal gratification to, or Candidates who have passed the final pro- for Examination published in the Gazette (b) applying pressure on, or 5. HOW TO APPLY : of India Extraordinary dated 4th February, (c) blackmailing, or threatening to fessional M.B.B.S. or any other Medical (a) Candidates are required to apply online 2012. Examination but have not completed their using the website http://www.upsconline. blackmail any person connected with the internship by the time of submission of their 4. FEE : Detailed instructions for filling up conduct of the examination, or applications for the Civil Services (Main) Candidates (excepting Female/SC/ST/PH online applications are available on the (ii) impersonating, or Examination, will be provisionally admit- Candidates who are exempted from pay- abovementioned website. (iii) procuring impersonation by any per- ted to the Examination provided they sub- ment of fee) are required to pay fee of The applicants are advised to submit son, or mit along with their application a copy of Rs. 50/- (Rupees Fifty only) either by re- only single application; however, if due mitting the money in any Branch of SBI by (iv) submitting fabricated documents or certificate from the concerned authority of to any unavoidable situation, if he/she Cash, or by using net banking facility of documents which have been tampered the University/Institution that they had submits another/multiple applications, State Bank of India/ State Bank of Bikaner with, or passed the requisite final professional then he/she must ensure that applica- medical examination. In such cases, the & Jaipur/Sate Bank of Hyderabad/State tion with the higher RID is complete in all (v) making statements which are incor- Bank of Mysore/ State Bank of Patiala /State respects like applicants’ details, exami- rect or false or suppressing material infor- candidates will be required to produce at Bank of Travancore or by using Visa/Mas- nation centre, photograph, signature, fee mation, or the time of their interview original Degree ter Credit/Debit Card. etc. The applicants who are submitting (vi) resorting to the following means in con- or a certificate from the concerned compe- For the applicants in whose case multiple applications should note that nection with his/her candidature for the ex- tent authority of the University/Institution that payments details have not been received only the applications with higher RID (Reg- amination, namely they had completed all requirements (in- from the bank they will be treated as istration ID) shall be entertained by the cluding completion of internship) for the (a) obtaining copy of question paper fictitious payment cases and a list of all Commission and fee paid against one award of the Degree. RID shall not be adjusted against any through improper means, such applicants shall be made available (iv) Number of attempts : other RID. (b) finding out the particulars of the on the Commission website within two persons connected with secret Every candidate appearing at the exami- weeks after the last day of submission (b) All candidates, whether already in Gov- work relating to the examination. nation who is otherwise eligible, shall be of online application. These applicants ernment Service, Government owned in- permitted four attempts at the examination. shall also be intimated through e-mail to dustrial undertakings or other similar (c) influencing the examiners, or submit copy of proof of their payment to organisations or in private employment (vii) using unfair means during the exami- Provided that this restriction on the num- should submit their applications direct to the Commission at the address nation, or ber of attempts will not apply in the case of the Commission. mentioned in the e-mail. The applicant Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (viii)writing obscene matter or drawing shall be required to submit the proof Persons already in Government Service, candidates who are otherwise eligible. obscene sketches in the scripts, or within 10 days from the date of such whether in a permanent or temporary ca- Provided further that the number of communication either by hand or by pacity or as workcharged employees other (ix) misbehaving in the examination hall attempts permissible to candidates belong- speed post to the Commission. In case, than casual or daily rated employees or including tearing of the scripts, provoking
  • 4. 24 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012fellow examinees to boycott examination, The mere fact that a certificate of admis- L 3. Work Performed by Lifting choice questions) and carry a maximum ofcreating a disorderly scene and the like, or sion to the Examination has been issued KC 4. Work Performed by Kneeling 400 marks in the subjects set out in sub-(x) harassing or doing bodily harm to the to a candidate, will not imply that his/her and Crouching section (A) of Section-II. This examinationstaff employed by the Commission for the candidature has been finally cleared by BN 5. Work Performed by Bending is meant to serve as a screening test only;conduct of their examinations, or the Commission or that entries made by the marks obtained in the Preliminary Ex- S 6. Work Performed by Sitting (on the candidate in his/her application for the amination by the candidates who are de-(xi) being in possession of or using mo- bench or chair) Preliminary examination have been ac- clared qualified for admission to the Mainbile phone, pager or any electronic equip- ST 7. Work Performed by Standing cepted by the Commission as true and Examination will not be counted for deter-ment or device or any other equipment W 8. Work Performed by Walking correct. Candidates may note that the mining their final order of merit. The num-capable of being used as a communica- Commission takes up the verification of SE 9. Work Performed by Seeing ber of candidates to be admitted to the Maintion device during the examination; or eligibility conditions of a candidate, with H 10. Work Performed by Hearing/ Examination will be about twelve to thirteen(xii) violating any of the instructions issued reference to original documents, only af- times the total approximate number of va- Speakingto candidates along with their Admission ter the candidate has qualified for Civil cancies to be filled in the year in the variousCertificates permitting them to take the ex- RW 11. Work Performed by Reading Services (Main) Examination. Unless can- Services and Posts. Only those candidatesamination, or and Writing didature is formally confirmed by the Com- who are declared by the Commission to(xiii)attempting to commit or as the case mission, it continues to be provisional. C 12. Communication have qualified in the Preliminary Examina-may be abetting the Commission of all or The decision of the Commission as to the Code FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION tion in the year will be eligible for admissionany of the acts specified in the foregoing eligibility or otherwise of a candidate for BL 1. Both legs affected but not arms to the Main Examination of that year pro-clauses; admission to the Examination shall be final. BA 2. Both arms affected vided they are otherwise eligible for admis-may in addition to rendering himself/her- Candidates should note that the name in the a. Impaired Reach sion to the Main Examination.self liable to criminal prosecution, be liable. Admission Certificate in some cases, may 3. The Main Examination will consist of a b. Weakness of Grip. (a) to be disqualified by the Commis- be abbreviated due to technical reasons. written examination and an Interview Test. c. ataxic sion from the examination for (ii) In the event of a candidate download- The written examination will consist of 9 which he/she is a candidate and/ BLA 3. Both legs and both arms af- papers of conventional essay type in the ing more than one Admission Certificate fected. or from the Commissions website, he/she subjects set out in sub-section (B) of Sec- (b) to be debarred either permanently OL 4. One leg affected (R or L) tion-II. Also see Note (ii) under para I of should use only one of these Admission or for a specified period Certificates for appearing in the examina- a. impaired reach Section-II (B). (i) by the Commission from any tion and report about the other(s) to the b. weakness of grip 4. Candidates who obtain such minimum examination or selection held Commissions Office. c. ataxic qualifying marks in the written part of the by them; (iii) Candidates are informed that as the OA 5. One arm affected (R or L) Main Examination as may be fixed by the Preliminary Examination is only a screening Commission at their discretion, shall be (ii) by the Central Government a. impaired reach test, no marks sheets will be supplied to suc- summoned by them for an interview/for a from any employment under b. weakness of grip cessful or unsuccessful candidates and no Personality Test vide sub-section ‘C’ of them; and correspondence will be entertained by the c. ataxic Section-II. However, the papers on Indian (c) if he/she is already in service un- Languages and English will be of qualify- Commission, in this regard. OAL 6. One arm and one leg affected der Government to disciplinary ac- ing nature. Also see Note (ii) under para 1 tion under the appropriate Rules. (iv) If a candidate receives an e-Admis- MW 7. Muscular weakness. of Section-II (B). The marks obtained inProvided that no penalty under this Rules sion Certificate in respect of some other B 8. Blind these papers will not be counted for rank-shall be imposed except after candidate the same should be immediately LV 9. Low vision ing. The number of candidates to be sum- returned to the Commission with a request H 10. Hearing(i) giving the candidate an opportunity of moned for interview will be about twice the to issue the correct e-Admission Certificate.making such representation, in writing as Note : The above list is subject to revision. number of vacancies to be filled. The inter- Candidates may note that they will not behe/she may wish to make in that behalf; and 9. A candidate will be eligible to get the view will carry 300 marks (with no mini- allowed to take the examination on the(ii) taking the representation, if any, sub- benefit of community reservation only in mum qualifying marks). strength of an Admission Certificate issuedmitted by the candidate within the period in respect of another candidate. case the particular caste to which the can- Marks thus obtained by the candidates inallowed to him/her into consideration. didates belong is included in the list of re- the Main Examination (written part as well (v) Candidates must ensure that their e-6. LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF AP- served communities issued by the Central as interview) would determine their final mail IDs given in their online applicationsPLICATIONS : Government. If a candidate indicates in his/ ranking. Candidates will be allotted to the are valid and active. various Services keeping in view their her application form for Civil Services (Pre- The Online Applications can be filled IMPORTANT : ALL COMMUNICATIONS liminary) Examination that he/she belongs ranks in the examination and the prefer-up to 5th March 2012 till 11.59 pm after TO THE COMMISSION SHOULD INVARI- to General category but subsequently ences expressed by them for the variouswhich the link will be disabled. ABLY CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING PAR- writes to the Commission to change his/ Services and Posts.7. CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE TICULARS. her category to a reserved one, such re- Section-IICOMMISSION: 1. NAME AND YEAR OF THE EXAMINA- quest shall not be entertained by the Com- Scheme and subjects for the PreliminaryThe Commission will not enter into any cor- TION. mission. and Main Examinations.respondence with the candidates about their 2. REGISTRATION ID (RID) While the above principle will be fol-candidature except in the following cases: A. Preliminary Examination 3. ROLL NUMBER (IF RECEIVED) lowed in general, there may be a few cases(i) The eligible candidates shall be issued The Examination shall comprise two 4. NAME OF CANDIDATE (IN FULL AND where there was a little gap (say 2-3an e-Admission Certificate three weeks compulsory papers of 200 marks each. IN BLOCK LETTERS) months) between the issuance of a Gov-before the commencement of the exami- ernment Notifications enlisting a particular NOTE (i) Both the question papers will benation. The e-Admission Certificate will be 5. COMPLETE POSTAL ADDRESS AS of the objective type (multiple choice ques- community in the list of any of the reservedmade available on the UPSC website GIVEN IN THE APPLICATION. tions). communities and the date of submission[] for downloading by can- N.B. I. COMMUNICATION NOT CONTAIN- of the application by the candidate. In such (ii) The question papers will be set both indidates. No Admission Certificate will be ING THE ABOVE PARTICULARS MAY cases the request of change of comunity Hindi and English. However, questionssent by post. If a candidate does not receive NOT BE ATTENDED TO. from General to Reserved may be consid- relating to English Language Comprehen-his e-Admission Certificate or any other com- N.B. II. CANDIDATES SHOULD ALSO ered by the Commission on merit. sion skills of Class X level will be testedmunication regarding his/her candidature for NOTE DOWN THEIR RID NUMBER FOR 10. The closing date fixed for the receipt of through passages from English Languagethe examination three weeks before the FUTURE REFERENCE. THEY MAY BE the application will be treated as the date only without providing Hindi translationcommencement of the examination, he/she REQUIRED TO INDICATE THE SAME IN for determining the OBC status (including thereof in the question paper.should at once contact the Commission. In- CONNECTION WITH THEIR CANDIDA- that of creamy layer) of the candidate. (iii) Details of the syllabi are indicated information in this regard can also be obtained TURE FOR THE CIVIL SERVICES (MAIN) Part A of Section III.from the Facilitation Counter located in the EXAMINATION. 11. WITHDRAWAL OF APPLICATIONS : (iv) Each paper will be of two hours dura-Commission’s Office either in person or over 8. The eligibility for availing reservation NO REQUEST FOR WITHDRAWAL OF tion. Blind candidates will however, be al-phone Nos. 011-23381125/011-23385271/ against the vacancies reserved for the CANDIDATURE RECEIVED FROM A lowed an extra time of twenty minutes at011-23098543. In case no communication physically disabled persons shall be the CANDIDATE AFTER HE/SHE HAS SUB- each received in the Commissions Office same as prescribed in "The Persons with MITTED HIS/HER APPLICATION WILL BE ENTERTAINED UNDER ANY CIRCUM- B. Main Examinationfrom the candidate regarding non-receipt Disability (Equal Opportunities, Protectionof his/her Admission Certificate atleast 3 STANCES. The written examination will consist of of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995."weeks before the examination, he/she (R.K. SINHA) the following papers : Provided further that the physically dis-himself/herself will be solely responsible JOINT SECRETARY Paper I One of the Indian 300 marks abled candidates shall also be required tofor non-receipt of his/her Admission Cer- meet special eligibility criteria in terms of UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION languages to betificate. physical requirements/functional classifi- selected by theNo candidate will ordinarily be allowed to cation (abilities/disabilities) consistent with APPENDIX-I candidate from thetake the examination unless he/she holds requirements of the identified Service/Post Section-I Languages includeda certificate of admission for the exami- as may be prescribed by its Cadre Con- PLAN OF EXAMINATIONnation. On downloading of e-Admission in the Eighth Schedule trolling Authority at note-II of Para-1 of this The competitive examination comprisesCertificate, check it carefully and bring Notice. to the Constitution. two successive stages :discrepancies/errors, if any, to the no- The physical requirement and functional Paper II English 300 markstice of UPSC immediately. (i) Civil Services (Preliminary) Examina- classification can for example be one or Paper III Essay 200 marks tions (Objective Type) for the selection ofThe candidates should note that their ad- more of the following : candidates for Main Examination; and Papers IV General Studies 300 marksmission to the examination will be purely Code Physical Requirements and V for each paperprovisional based on the information given (ii) Civil Services (Main) Examination (Writ- MF 1. Work performed by Manipula- ten and Interview) for the selection of can- Papers VI Any two 300 marksby them in the Application Form. This will tion by Fingers didates for the various services and posts. VII, VIII subjects to for eachbe subject to verification of all the eligibilityconditions by the UPSC. PP 2. Work Performed by Pulling & 2. The Preliminary Examination will consist and IX be selected from paper Pushing of two papers of Objective type (multiple the list of the
  • 5. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 25 optional subjects set Relations tion to any other action that the UPSC may sation which is intended to reveal the men- out in para 2 below. Psychology take against the scribe. tal qualities of the candidate. Each subject will have Public Administration NOTE 2 : For purpose of these rules the 3. The interview test is not intended to be a two papers. Sociology candidate shall be deemed to be a blind test either of the specialised or general candidate if the percentage of visual im- knowledge of the candidates which has Interview Test will carry 300 marks. Statistics pairment is 40% or more. The criteria for been already tested through their written NOTE (i) The papers on Indian Languages Zoology determining the percentage of visual im- papers. Candidates are expected to have and English will be of Matriculation or Literature of one of the following lan- pairment shall be as follows : taken an intelligent interest not only in their equivalent standard and will be of qualify- guages : special subjects of academic study but also ing nature; the marks obtained in these All with corrections Perce- Arabic, Assamese, Bodo, Bengali, Chi- _______________ in the events which are happening around papers will not be counted for ranking. ntage them both within and outside their own nese, Dogri, English, French, German, NOTE (ii) Evaluation of the papers, namely, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Better eye Worse eye state or country as well as in modern cur- Essay, General Studies and Optional Sub- Konkani, Maithili, Malayalam, Manipuri, Category 0 6/9-6/18 6/24 to 6/36 20% rents of thought and in new discoveries jects of all candidates would be done si- Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Pali, Persian, Category I 6/18-6/36 6/60 to nil 40% which should rouse the curiosity of well multaneously along with evaluation of their Punjabi, Russian, Sanskrit, Santali, Sindhi, educated youth. Category II 6/60-4/60 3/60 to nil 75% qualifying papers on Indian languages and Tamil, Telugu, Urdu. Section-III or field of English but the papers on Essay, Gen- NOTE (i) Candidates will not be allowed to vision 10-200 SYLLABI FOR THE EXAMINATION eral Studies and Optional Subjects of only offer the following combinations of subjects:– such candidates will be taken cognizance Category III 3/60-1/60 F.C. at 1 ft 100% PART-A (a) Political Science & International Re- PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION of as attain such minimum standard as or field of to nil lations and Public Administration; may be fixed by the Commission at their vision 100 The Examination shall comprise two com- discretion for the qualifying papers on In- (b) Commerce & Accountancy and Man- pulsory papers of 200 marks each. agement; Category IV FC. at 1 ft F.C. at 1 ft 100% dian language and English and, there- Paper I - (200 marks) Duration : Two fore, the marks in Essay General studies (c) Anthropology and Sociology; to nil field of to nil field of hours and Optional subjects will not be disclosed (d) Mathematics and Statistics; vision 1000 vision 1000 T Current events of national and inter- to those candidates who fail to obtain such (e) Agriculture and Animal Husbandry & One eyed 6/6 F.C. at 1 ft 30% national importance. minimum qualifying standard in Indian lan- Veterinary Science. person to nil T History of India and Indian National guage and English. (f) Management and Public Administration; NOTE 3 : For availing of the concession Movement. NOTE (iii) The paper-I on Indian Lan- admissible to a blind candidate, the candi- (g) Of the Engineering subjects, viz., Civil T Indian and World Geography - Physi- guages will not, however, be compulsory date concerned shall produce a certificate Engineering, Electrical Engineering cal, Social, Economic Geography of for candidates hailing from the North-East- in the prescribed proforma from a Medical and Mechanical Engineering–not India and the World. ern States of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Board constituted by the Central/State Gov- more than one subject. T Indian Polity and Governance - Con- Meghalaya, Mizoram and Nagaland and ernments alongwith his application for the also for candidates hailing from the State (h) Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Sci- stitution, Political System, Panchayati ence and Medical Science. Main Examination. Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc. of Sikkim. (ii) The question papers for the examina- NOTE 4 : (i) The concession admissible to T Economic and Social Development - NOTE (iv) For the Language papers, the blind candidates shall not be admissible script to be used by the candidates will be tion will be of conventional (essay) type. Sustainable Development, Poverty, In- to those suffering from Myopia. clusion, Demographics, Social Sector as under :– (iii) Each paper will be of three hours dura- tion. Blind candidates will, however, be al- (ii) The Commission have discretion to fix initiatives, etc. Language Script qualifying marks in any or all the subjects lowed an extra time of thirty minutes at each T General issues on Environmental Assamese Assamese of the examination. paper. Ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Bengali Bengali (iii) If a candidate’s handwriting is not eas- Change - that do not require subject (iv) Candidates will have the option to an- Bodo Devanagari swer all the question papers, except the ily legible, a deduction will be made on specialisation Dogri Devanagari language papers viz. Papers I and II above this account from the total marks otherwise T General Science. Gujarati Gujarati in any one of the languages included in accruing to him. Paper II- (200 marks) Duration: Two Hindi Devanagari the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution or (iv) Marks will not be allotted for mere su- hours in English. perficial knowledge. Kannada Kannada T Comprehension (v) Candidates exercising the option to (v) Credit will be given for orderly, effective Kashmiri Persian T Interpersonal skills including answer papers III to IX in any one of the and exact expression combined with due Konkani Devanagari economy of words in all subjects of the communication skills; languages included in the Eighth Sched- Maithili Devanagari ule to the Constitution may, if they so de- examination. T Logical reasoning and analytical Malayalam Malayalam sire, give English version within brackets (vi) In the question papers, wherever re- ability Manipuri Bengali of only the description of the technical quired, SI units will be used. T Decision-making and problem- Marathi Devanagari terms, if any, in addition to the version in (vii) Candidates should use only interna- solving Nepali Devanagari the language opted by them. tional form of Indian numerals (i.e. T General mental ability Candidates should, however, note that if they 1,2,3,4,5,6 etc.) while answering question Oriya Oriya T Basic numeracy (numbers and their misuse the above rule, a deduction will be papers. Punjabi Gurumukhi relations, orders of magnitude, etc.) made on this account from the total marks (viii) Candidates will be allowed the use of Sanskrit Devanagari (Class X level), Data interpretation otherwise accruing to them and in extreme Scientific (Non-Programmable type) Cal- Santali Devanagari or Olchiki (charts, graphs, tables, data cases, their script(s) will not be valued for culators at the conventional (Essay) type sufficiency etc. - Class X level) Sindhi Devanagari or Arabic being in an unauthorised medium. examination of UPSC. Programmable type Tamil Tamil (vi) The question papers other than lan- calculators will however not be allowed T English Language Comprehension guage papers will be set both in Hindi and and the use of such calculators shall tanta- skills (Class X level). Telugu Telugu English. mount to resorting to unfair means by the Note 1 : Questions relating to English Urdu Persian candidates. Loaning or interchanging of Language Comprehension skills of Class NOTE : For Santali language, question pa- (vii) The details of the syllabi are set out in calculators in the Examination Hall is not X level (last item in the Syllabus of Paper- per will be printed in Devanagari script; Part B of Section-III. permitted. II) will be tested through passages from but candidates will be free to answer ei- "General Instructions (Preliminary as English language only without providing It is also important to note that candidates ther in Devanagari script or in Olchiki. well as Main Examination)" : Hindi translation thereof in the question are not permitted to use calculators for an- 2. List of optional subjects for Main (i) Candidates must write the papers in swering objective type papers (Test Book- paper. Examination their own hand. In no circumstances, will lets). They should not therefore, bring the Note 2 : The questions will be of multiple Agriculture they be allowed the help of a scribe to write same inside the Examination Hall. choice, objective type. Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science the answers for them. However, blind can- C. Interview test Note 3: It is mandatory for the candidate didates will be allowed to write the exami- to appear in both the Papers of Civil Anthropology The candidate will be interviewed by a Board nation with the help of a scribe. Services (Prelim) Examination for the Botany who will have before them a record of his/her (ii) An extra time of twenty minutes per hour career. He/she will be asked questions on purpose of evaluation. Therefore a Chemistry shall be permitted for the candidates with matters of general interest. The object of the candidate will be disqualified in case he/ Civil Engineering locomotor disability and cerebral palsy she does not appear in both the papers interview is to assess the personal suitability Commerce and Accountancy where dominant (writing) extremity is af- of the candidate for a career in public service of Civil Services (Prelim) Examination. Economics fected to the extent of slowing the perfor- by a Board of competent and unbiased ob- PART-B Electrical Engineering mance of function (minimum of 40% im- servers. The test is intended to judge the pairment) in the Civil Services (Main) Ex- MAIN EXAMINATION Geography mental calibre of a candidate. In broad terms amination only. However, no scribe shall The main Examination is intended to as- Geology this is really an assessment of not only his be permitted to such candidates. sess the overall intellectual traits and depth intellectual qualities but also social traits and History of understanding of candidates rather than NOTE 1 : The eligibility conditions of a his interest in current affairs. Some of the Law merely the range of their information and scribe, his/her conduct inside the exami- qualities to be judged are mental alertness, Management memory. nation hall and the manner in which and critical powers of assimilation, clear and logi- Mathematics extent to which he/she can help the blind cal exposition, balance of judgement, vari- The scope of the syllabus for the optional candidate in writing the Civil Services Ex- ety and depth of interest, ability for social co- subject papers for the examination is Mechanical Engineering broadly of the honours degree level i.e. a amination shall be governed by the instruc- hesion and leadership, intellectual and moral Medical Science level higher than the bachelors degree and tions issued by the UPSC in this regard. integrity. Philosophy Violation of all or any of the said instruc- lower than the masters degree. In the case 2. The technique of the interview is not that Physics tions shall entail the cancellation of the of Engineering and law, the level corre- of a strict cross-examination but of a natu- Political Science and International candidature of the blind candidate in addi- sponds to the bachelors degree. ral, though directed and purposive conver-
  • 6. 26 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 COMPULSORY SUBJECTS ment and management of human resource. multiplications; cultural, biological, and Enzymes and plant pigments; photosyn-ENGLISH AND INDIAN LANGUAGUES (iv) Health issues including the manage- chemical control of weeds. thesis- modern concepts and factors affect-The aim of the paper is to test the ment of Public Health, Health education and Soil- physical, chemical and biological ing the process, aerobic and anaerobiccandidates ability to read and understand ethical concerns regarding health-care, properties. Processes and factors of soil respiration; C3, C4 and CAM mechanisms.serious discursive prose, and to express medical research and pharmaceuticals. formation. Soils of India. Mineral and or- Carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism.his ideas clearly and correctly in English/ ganic constituents of soils and their role in Growth and development; photoperiodism (v) Law enforcement, internal security andIndian language concerned. maintaining soil productivity. Essential and vernalilzation. Plant growth sub- related issues such as the preservation of plant nutrients and other beneficial ele- stances and their role in crop production.The pattern of questions would be broadly communal harmony. ments in soils and plants. Principles of soil Physiology of seed development and ger-as follows :- (vi) Issues relating to good governance and fertility, soil testing and fertilizer recommen- mination; dormancy. Stress physiology –(i) Comprehension of given passages. accountability to the citizens including the draught, salt and water stress. dations, integrated nutrient management.(ii) Precis Writing maintenance of human rights, and of pro- Biofertilizers. Losses of nitrogen in soil, ni- Major fruits, plantation crops, vegetables, bity in public life.(iii) Usage and Vocabulary trogen-use efficiency in submerged rice spices and flower crops. Package prac- (vii) Environmental issues, ecological pres- soils, nitrogen fixation in soils. Efficient tices of major horticultural crops. Protected(iv) Short Essay ervation, conservation of natural resources phosphorus and potassium use. Problem cultivation and high tech horticulture. Post INDIAN LANGUAGES and national heritage. soils and their reclamation. Soil factors af- harvest technology and value addition of(i) Comprehension of given passages. PAPER - II fecting greenhouse gas emission. fruits and vegetables. Landscaping and(ii) Precis Writing 1. India and the World : commercial floriculture. Medicinal and aro- Soil conservation, integrated watershed(iii) Usage and Vocabulary. This part will include questions to test management. Soil erosion and its manage- matic plants. Role of fruits and vegetables(iv) Short Essay candidate’s awareness of India’s relation- ment. Dry land agriculture and its problems. in human nutrition.(v) Translation from English to the Indian ship with the world in various spheres such Technology for stabilizing agriculture pro- Diagnosis of pests and diseases of fieldlanguage and vice-versa. as the following:- duction in rain fed areas. crops, vegetables, orchard and plantationNote 1 : The Papers on Indian Languages Foreign Affairs with special emphasis on Water-use efficiency in relation to crop pro- crops and their economic importance. Clas-and English will be of Matriculation or India’s relations with neighbouring coun- duction, criteria for scheduling irrigations, sification of pests and diseases and theirequivalent standard and will be of qualify- tries and in the region. ways and means of reducing run-off losses management. Integrated pest and diseaseing nature only. The marks obtained in Security and defence related matters. of irrigation water. Rainwater harvesting. management. Storage pests and theirthese papers will not be counted for rank- Drip and sprinkler irrigation. Drainage of management. Biological control of pests Nuclear policy, issues, and waterlogged soils, quality of irrigation wa- and diseases. Epidemiology and forecast- The Indian Diaspora and its contribution to ing of major crop pests and diseases. PlantNote 2 : The candidates will have to an- ter, effect of industrial effluents on soil and India and the world. quarantine measures. Pesticides, their for-swer the English and Indian Languages water pollution. Irrigation projects in India. 2. India’s Economic Interaction with the mulation and modes of action.papers in English and the respective In- Farm management, scope, importance and World : Food production and consumption trendsdian language (except where translation characteristics, farm planning. Optimumis involved). In this part, questions will be on economic resource use and budgeting. Economics in India. Food security and growing popu- and trade issues such as foreign trade, of different types of farming systems. Mar- lation – vision 2020. Reasons for grain ESSAY foreign investment; economic and diplo- keting management – strategies for devel- surplus. National and international foodCandidates will be required to write an macy issues relating to oil, gas and energy opment, market intelligence. Price fluctua- policies. Production, procurement, distri-essay on a specific topic. The choice of flows; the role and functions of I.M.F., World bution constraints. Availability of food tions and their cost; role of co-operativessubjects will be given. They will be ex- Bank, W.T.O., WIPO etc. which influence grains, per capita expenditure on food. in agricultural economy; types and systemspected to keep closely to the subject of the India’s economic interaction with other Trends in poverty, Public Distribution Sys-essay to arrange their ideas in orderly fash- of farming and factors affecting them. Agri- countries and international institutions. cultural price policy. Crop Insurance. tem and Below Poverty Line population,ion, and to write concisely. Credit will be Targeted Public Distribution System (PDS), 3. Developments in the Field of Science Agricultural extension, its importance andgiven for effective and exact expression. policy implementation in context to global- & Technology, IT and space : role, methods of evaluation of extension GENERAL STUDIES ization. Processing constraints. Relation of In this part, questions will test the programmes, socio-economic survey andGeneral Guidelines: candidate’s awareness of the develop- status of big, small and marginal farmers food production to National Dietary Guide-The nature and standard of questions in ments in the field of science and technol- and landless agricultural labourers. Train- lines and food consumption pattern. Foodthe General Studies papers will be such ogy, information technology, space and ing programmes for extension workers. based dietary approaches to eliminatethat a well-educated person will be able to basic ideas about computers, robotics, Role of Krishi Vigyan Kendra’s (KVK) in hunger. Nutrient deficiency – Micro nutri-answer them without any specialized nanotechnology, biotechnology and re- dissemination of Agricultural technologies. ent deficiency : Protein Energy Malnutri-study. The questions will be such as to test lated issues regarding intellectual property Non Government Organization (NGO) and tion or Protein Calorie Malnutrition (PEMa candidate’s general awareness of a va- rights. self-help group approach for rural devel- or PCM), Micro nutrient deficiency andriety of subjects, which will have relevance opment. HRD in context of work capacity of women 4. International Affairs and Institutions :for a career in Civil Services. The ques- and children. Food grain productivity and This part will include questions on impor- PAPER - IItions are likely to test the candidate’s basic food security. tant events in world affairs and on interna- Cell structure, function and cell cycle. Syn-understanding of all relevant issues, and tional institutions. ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ANDability to analyze, and take a view on con- thesis, structure and function of genetic 5. Statistical analysis, graphs and dia- material. Laws of heredity. Chromosome VETERINARY SCIENCEflicting socio-economic goals, objectives grams : structure, chromosomal aberrations, link- PAPER – Iand demands. The candidates must giverelevant, meaningful and succinct answers. This part will test the candidate’s ability to age and cross-over, and their significance 1. Animal Nutrition: draw conclusions from information pre- in recombination breeding. Polyploidy, 1.1 Partitioning of food energy within the PAPER - I sented in statistical, graphical or euploids and aneuploids. Mutations - and animal. Direct and indirect calorimetry.1. History of Modern India and Indian their role in crop improvement. Heritability, diagrammatical form and to interpret them. Carbon – nitrogen balance and compara-Culture : sterility and incompatibility, classification AGRICULTURE tive slaughter methods. Systems for ex-The History of Modern India will cover his- and their application in crop improvement. pressing energy value of foods in rumi-tory of the Country from about the middle PAPER - I Cytoplasmic inheritance, sex-linked, sex- nants, pigs and poultry. Energy require-of nineteenth century and would also in- Ecology and its relevance to man, natural influenced and sex-limited characters. ments for maintenance, growth, pregnancy,clude questions on important personalities resources, their sustainable management History of plant breeding. Modes of repro- lactation, egg, wool, and meat production.who shaped the freedom movement and and conservation. Physical and social en- vironment as factors of crop distribution duction, selfing and crossing techniques. 1.2 Latest advances in protein reforms. The part relating to Indian and production. Agro ecology; cropping Origin, evolution and domestication of crop Energy protein interrelationships. Evalua-culture will cover all aspects of Indian cul- pattern as indicators of environments. En- plants, center of origin, law of homologous tion of protein quality. Use of NPN com-ture from the ancient to modern times as vironmental pollution and associated haz- series, crop genetic resources- conserva- pounds in ruminant diets. Protein require-well as principal features of literature, arts ards to crops, animals and humans. Cli- tion and utilization. Application of principles ments for maintenance, growth, preg-and architecture. mate change – International conventions of plant breeding, improvement of crop nancy, lactation, egg, wool and meat pro-2. Geography of India : duction. and global initiatives. Green house effect plants. Molecular markers and their appli-In this part, questions will be on the physical, cation in plant improvement. Pure-line se- 1.3 Major and trace minerals - Their and global warming. Advance tools for eco-economic and social geography of India. lection, pedigree, mass and recurrent se- sources, physiological functions and defi- system analysis – Remote sensing (RS)3. Constitution of India and Indian Polity: and Geographic Information Systems lections, combining ability, its significance ciency symptoms. Toxic minerals. MineralThis part will include questions on the Con- (GIS). in plant breeding. Heterosis and its ex- interactions. Role of fat-soluble and waterstitution of India as well as all constitutional, Cropping patterns in different agro-climatic ploitation. Somatic hybridization. Breeding – soluble vitamins in the body, their sourceslegal, administrative and other issues zones of the country. Impact of high-yield- for disease and pest resistance. Role of and deficiency symptoms.emerging from the politico-administrative ing and short-duration varieties on shifts in interspecific and intergeneric hybridization. 1.4 Feed additives – methane inhibitors,system prevalent in the country. cropping patterns. Concepts of various Role of genetic engineering and biotech- probiotics, enzymes, antibiotics, hormones,4. Current National Issues and Topics of cropping and farming systems. Organic nology in crop improvement. Genetically oligosaccharides, antioxidants, emulsifiers,Social Relevance : and Precision farming. Package of prac- modified crop plants. mould inhibitors, buffers etc. Use and abuseThis part is intended to test the candidate’s tices for production of important cereals, Seed production and processing technolo- of growth promoters like hormones andawareness of current national issues and pulses, oil seeds, fibres, sugar, commer- gies. Seed certification, seed testing and antibiotics – latest concepts.topics of social relevance in present-day cial and fodder crops. storage. DNA finger printing and seed reg- 1.5 Conservation of fodders. Storage ofIndia, such as the following: Important features and scope of various istration. Role of public and private sec- feeds and feed ingredients. Recent ad-(i) The Indian economy and issues relat- types of forestry plantations such as social tors in seed production and marketing. In- vances in feed technology and feed pro-ing to planning, mobilization of resources, forestry, agro-forestry, and natural forests. tellectual Property Rights (IPR) issues, cessing. Anti – nutritional and toxic factorsgrowth, development and employment. Propagation of forest plants. Forest prod- WTO issues and its impact on Agriculture. present in livestock feeds. Feed analysis(ii) Issues arising from the social and eco- ucts. Agro forestry and value addition. Con- Principles of Plant Physiology with refer- and quality control. Digestibility trials – di- servation of forest flora and fauna. ence to plant nutrition, absorption, translo- rect, indirect and indicator methods. Pre-nomic exclusion of large sections from thebenefits of development. Weeds, their characteristics, dissemination cation and metabolism of nutrients. Soil - dicting feed intake in grazing animals.(iii) Other issues relating to the develop- and association with various crops; their water- plant relationship. 1.6 Advances in ruminant nutrition. Nutri-
  • 7. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 27 ent requirements. Balanced rations. Feed- 4. Livestock Production and Manage- microtomy- Microscopy-Bright field micro- tablishment of Animal Health Centers- Dis- ing of calves, pregnant, work animals and ment: scope and electron microscope. Cytology- ease free zone. breeding bulls. Strategies for feeding milch 4.1 Commercial Dairy Farming- Compari- structure of cell, organells and inclusions; 3. Veterinary Public Health: animals during different stages of lactation son of dairy farming in India with advanced cell division-cell types- Tissues and their 3.1 Zoonoses. - Classification, definition, cycle. Effect of feeding on milk composi- countries. Dairying under mixed farming classification-embryonic and adult tissues- role of animals and birds in prevalence and tion. Feeding of goats for meat and milk and as specialized farming, economic Comparative histology of organs-Vascu- transmission of zoonotic diseases- occu- production. Feeding of sheep for meat and dairy farming. Starting of a dairy farm, Capi- lar. Nervous, digestive, respiratory, pational zoonotic diseases. wool production. tal and land requirement, organization of musculo- skeletal and urogenital systems- Endocrine glands -Integuments-sense or- 3.2 Epidemiology- Principle, definition of 1.7 Swine Nutrition. Nutrient requirements. the dairy farm. Opportunities in dairy farm- epidemiological terms, application of epi- Creep, starter, grower and finisher rations. ing, factors determining the efficiency of gans. demiological measures in the study of dis- Feeding of pigs for lean meat production. dairy animal. Herd recording, budgeting, 1.2 Embryology – Embryology of verte- eases and disease control. Epidemiologi- Low cost rations for swine. cost of milk production, pricing policy; Per- brates with special reference to aves and cal features of air, water and food borne 1.8 Poultry nutrition. Special features of sonnel Management. Developing Practi- domestic mammals gametogenesis-fertili- infections. OIE regulations, WTO, sanitary poultry nutrition. Nutrient requirements for cal and Economic rations for dairy cattle; zation-germ layers- foetal membranes and and phytosanitary measures. meat and egg production. Formulation of supply of greens throughout the year, feed placentation-types of placenta in domestic mammals-Teratology-twins and twinning- 3.3 Veterinary Jurisprudence- Rules and rations for different classes of layers and and fodder requirements of Dairy Farm. organogenesis -germ layer derivatives- en- Regulations for improvement of animal broilers. Feeding regimes for young stock and bulls, dodermal, mesodermal and ectodermal quality and prevention of animal diseases heifers and breeding animals; new trends 2. Animal Physiology: - State and central rules for prevention of in feeding young and adult stock; Feeding derivates. 2.1 Physiology of blood and its circulation, animal and animal product borne diseases- records. 1.3 Bovine Anatomy- Regional Anatomy: respiration; excretion. Endocrine glands in S P C A- Veterolegal cases- Certificates - 4.2 Commercial meat, egg and wool pro- Paranasal sinuses of OX- surface anatomy health and disease. Materials and Methods of collection of duction- Development of practical and eco- of salivary glands. Regional anatomy of 2.2 Blood constituents - Properties and samples for veterolegal investigation. nomic rations for sheep, goats, pigs, rab- infraorbital, maxillary, mandibuloal- functions-blood cell formation-Haemoglo- veolar,mental and cornual nerve block. 4. Milk and Milk Products Technology: bits and poultry. Supply of greens, fodder, bin synthesis and chemistry-plasma pro- feeding regimes for young and mature Regional anatomy of paravertebral nerves, 4.1 Market Milk: Quality, testing and grad- teins production, classification and prop- stock. New trends in enhancing produc- pudendal nerve, median ulnar and radial ing of raw milk. Processing, packaging, erties, coagulation of blood;Haemorrhagic tion and management. Capital and land nerves-tibial,fibular and digital nerves-Cra- storing, distribution, marketing, defects and disorders-anticoagulants-blood groups- requirements and socio-economic con- nial nerves-structures involved in epidural their control. Preparation of the following Blood volume-Plasma expanders-Buffer cept. anaesthesia-superficial lymph nodes-sur- milks: Pasteurized, standardized, toned, systems in blood. Biochemical tests and face anatomy of visceral organs of thoracic, double toned, sterilized, homogenized, 4.3 Feeding and management of animals their significance in disease diagnosis. abdominal and pelvic cavities-comparative reconstituted, recombined and flavoured under drought, flood and other natural ca- 2.3 Circulation - Physiology of heart, car- features of locomotor apparatus and their milks. Preparation of cultured milks, cul- lamities. diac cycle, heart sounds, heart beat, elec- application in the biomechanics of mam- tures and their management, yoghurt, 5. Genetics and Animal Breeding: Dahi, Lassi and Srikhand. Preparation of trocardiograms. Work and efficiency of malian body. heart-effect of ions on heart function-me- History of animal genetics. Mitosis and flavoured and sterilized milks. Legal stan- 1.4 Anatomy of Fowl- Musculo-skeletal sys- tabolism of cardiac muscle, nervous and Meiosis: Mendelian inheritance; deviations dards. Sanitation requirement for clean and tem-functional anatomy in relation to res- chemical regulation of heart, effect of tem- to Mendelian genetics; Expression of safe milk and for the milk plant equipment. piration and flying, digestion and egg pro- perature and stress on heart, blood pres- genes; Linkage and crossing over; Sex 4.2 Milk Products Technology: Selection duction. sure and hypertension, osmotic regulation, determination, sex influenced and sex lim- of raw materials, processing, storing , dis- ited characters; Blood groups and polymor- 1.5 Pharmacology and therapeutic drugs - arterial pulse, vasomotor regulation of cir- tributing and marketing milk products such phism; Chromosome aberrations; Cyto- Cellular level of pharmacodynamics and culation, shock. Coronary and pulmonary as Cream, Butter, Ghee, Khoa, Channa, plasmic inheritance. Gene and its struc- pharmacokinetics. Drugs acting on fluids circulation, Blood-Brain barrier- Cere- Cheese, condensed, evaporated, dried ture; DNA as a genetic material; Genetic and electrolyte balance. Drugs acting on brospinal fluid- circulation in birds. milk and baby food, Ice cream and Kulfi; code and protein synthesis; Recombinant Autonomic nervous system. Modern con- 2.4 Respiration - Mechanism of respira- cepts of anaesthesia and dissociative by-products, whey products, butter milk, DNA technology. Mutations, types of mu- lactose and casein. Testing, grading, judg- tion, Transport and exchange of gases – anaesthetics. Autacoids. Antimicrobials tations, methods for detecting mutations ing milk products- BIS and Agmark specifi- neural control of respiration-chemo-recep- and principles of chemotherapy in micro- and mutation rate. Trans-genesis. cations, legal standards, quality control and tors-hypoxia-respiration in birds. bial infections. Use of hormones in thera- 5.1 Population Genetics applied to Animal nutritive properties. Packaging, process- 2.5 Excretion-Structure and function of kid- peutics- chemotherapy of parasitic infec- Breeding- Quantitative Vs. qualitative traits; ing and operational control. Costing of ney-formation of urine-methods of study- tions. Drug and economic concerns in the Hardy Weinberg Law; Population Vs. indi- dairy products. ing renal function-renal regulation of acid- Edible tissues of animals- chemotherapy vidual; Gene and genotypic frequency; 5. Meat Hygiene and Technology: base balance: physiological constituents of Neoplastic diseases. Toxicity due to in- Forces changing gene frequency; Random of urine-renal failure-passive venous con- secticides, plants, metals, non-metals, 5.1 Meat Hygiene. drift and small populations; Theory of path gestion-Urinary secretion in chicken-Sweat zootoxins and mycotoxins. 5.1.1 Ante mortem care and management coefficient; Inbreeding, methods of estimat- glands and their function. Bio-chemical test 1.6 Veterinary Hygiene with reference to of food animals, stunning, slaughter and ing inbreeding coefficient, systems of in- for urinary dysfunction. water, air and habitation - Assessment of dressing operations; abattoir requirements breeding, Effective population size; Breed- 2.6 Endocrine glands - Functional disor- ing value, estimation of breeding value, pollution of water, air and soil- Importance and designs; Meat inspection procedures ders their symptoms and diagnosis. Syn- dominance and epistatic deviation; Parti- of climate in animal health- effect of envi- and judgment of carcass meat cuts- grad- thesis of hormones, mechanism and con- tioning of variation; Genotype X environ- ronment on animal function and perfor- ing of carcass meat cuts- duties and func- trol of secretion- hormonal receptors-clas- ment correlation and genotype X environ- mance-relationship between industrializa- tions of Veterinarians in wholesome meat sification and function. ment interaction; role of multiple measure- tion and animal agriculture- animal hous- production. 2.7 Growth and Animal Production- Pre- ments; Resemblance between relatives. ing requirements for specific categories of 5.1.2 Hygienic methods of handling pro- natal and postnatal growth, maturation, domestic animals viz. pregnant cows and duction of meat- Spoilage of meat and con- 5.2 Breeding Systems- Breeds of livestsock growth curves, measures of growth, fac- sows, milking cows, broiler birds- stress, trol measures- Post - slaughter physico- and Poultry. Heritability, repeatability and tors affecting growth, conformation, body strain and productivity in relation to animal chemical changes in meat and factors that genetic and phenotypic correlations, their composition, meat quality. habitation. influence them- Quality improvement meth- methods of estimation and precision of es- 2.8 Physiology of Milk Production, Repro- timates; Aids to selection and their relative 2. Animal Diseases: ods – Adulteration of meat and detection - duction and Digestion- Current status of merits; Individual, pedigree, family and 2.1 Etiology, epidemiology pathogenesis, Regulatory provisions in Meat trade and hormonal control of mammary develop- within family selection; Progeny testing; symptoms, postmortem lesions, diagnosis, Industry. ment, milk secretion and milk ejection, Male Methods of selection; Construction of se- and control of infectious diseases of cattle, 5.2 Meat Technology. and Female reproductive organs, their lection indices and their uses; Compara- sheep and goat, horses, pigs and poultry. 5.2.1 Physical and chemical characteris- components and functions. Digestive or- tive evaluation of genetic gains through 2.2 Etiology, epidemiology, symptoms, di- tics of meat- Meat emulsions- Methods of gans and their functions. various selection methods; Indirect selec- agnosis, treatment of production diseases preservation of meat- Curing, canning, ir- 2.9 Environmental Physiology- Physiologi- tion and correlated response; Inbreeding, of cattle, horse, pig and poultry. radiation, packaging of meat and meat cal relations and their regulation; mecha- out breeding, upgrading, cross-breeding 2.3 Deficiency diseases of domestic ani- products, processing and formulations. nisms of adaptation, environmental factors and synthesis of breeds; Crossing of in- mals and birds. 5.3 By- products- Slaughter house by- prod- and regulatory mechanisms involved in bred lines for commercial production; Se- ucts and their utilization- Edible and ined- 2.4 Diagnosis and treatment of non-spe- animal behaviour, climatology – various lection for general and specific combining cific conditions like impaction, Bloat, Diar- ible by products- Social and economic im- parameters and their importance. Animal ability; Breeding for threshold characters. rhoea, Indigestion, dehydration, stroke, plications of proper utilization of slaughter ecology. Physiology of behaviour. Effect Sire index. poisoning. house by-products- Organ products for food of stress on health and production. 6. Extension: 2.5 Diagnosis and treatment of neurologi- and pharmaceuticals. 3. Animal Reproduction: Basic philosophy, objectives, concept and cal disorders. 5.4 Poultry Products Technology- Chemi- Semen quality- Preservation and Artificial principles of extension. Different Methods cal composition and nutritive value of poul- 2.6 Principles and methods of immuniza- Insemination- Components of semen, com- adopted to educate farmers under rural try meat, pre - slaughter care and manage- tion of animals against specific diseases- position of spermatozoa, chemical and conditions. Generation of technology, its ment. Slaughtering techniques, inspection, herd immunity- disease free zones- ‘zero’ physical properties of ejaculated semen, transfer and feedback. Problems and con- preservation of poultry meat and products. disease concept- chemoprophylaxis. factors affecting semen in vivo and in vitro. straints in transfer of technology. Animal Legal and BIS standards. Factors affecting semen production and husbandry programmes for rural develop- 2.7 Anaesthesia- local, regional and gen- quality, preservation, composition of ment. eral-preanesthetic medication. Symptoms Structure, composition and nutritive value diluents, sperm concentration, transport of and surgical interference in fractures and of eggs. Microbial spoilage. Preservation PAPER – II diluted semen. Deep freezing techniques dislocation. Hernia, choking abomasal dis- and maintenance. Marketing of poultry 1. Anatomy, Pharmacology and Hygiene: placement- Caesarian operations. Ru- meat, eggs and products. Value added in cows, sheep, goats, swine and poultry. 1.1 Histology and Histological Techniques: menotomy-Castrations. meat products. Detection of oestrus and time of insemina- Paraffin embedding technique of tissue 2.8 Disease investigation techniques.- 5.5 Rabbit/Fur Animal farming - Rabbit tion for better conception. Anoestrus and processing and H.E. staining - Freezing Materials for laboratory investigation- Es- meat production. Disposal and utilization repeat breeding.
  • 8. 28 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012of fur and wool and recycling of waste by Principles and types of descent (Unilineal, (b) Sex chromosomal aberrations – 3.2 Caste system in India- structure andproducts. Grading of wool. Double, Bilateral, Ambilineal); Forms of Klinefelter (XXY), Turner (XO), Super characteristics, Varna and caste, Theories ANTHROPOLOGY descent groups (lineage, clan, phratry, moi- female (XXX), intersex and other of origin of caste system, Dominant caste, ety and kindred); Kinship terminology (de- syndromic disorders. Caste mobility, Future of caste system, PAPER - I scriptive and classificatory); Descent, Fili- (c) Autosomal aberrations – Down syn- Jajmani system, Tribe- caste continuum.1.1 Meaning, scope and development of ation and Complimentary Filiation; De- drome, Patau, Edward and Cri-du-chat 3.3 Sacred Complex and Nature- Man-Anthropology. scent and Alliance. syndromes. Spirit Complex.1.2 Relationships with other disciplines: 3. Economic organization: Meaning, (d) Genetic imprints in human disease, 3.4 Impact of Buddhism, Jainism, Islam andSocial Sciences, Behavioural Sciences, scope and relevance of economic anthro- genetic screening, genetic counseling, Christianity on Indian society.Life Sciences, Medical Sciences, Earth Sci- pology; Formalist and Substantivist debate;ences and Humanities. human DNA profiling, gene mapping 4. Emergence and growth of anthropology Principles governing production, distribu- and genome study. in India-Contributions of the 18th, 19th and1.3 Main branches of Anthropology, their tion and exchange (reciprocity, redistribu- 9.5 Race and racism, biological basis of early 20th Century scholar-administrators.scope and relevance: tion and market), in communities, subsist- morphological variation of non-metric and Contributions of Indian anthropologists to(a) Social- cultural Anthropology. ing on hunting and gathering, fishing, tribal and caste studies. metric characters. Racial criteria, racial(b) Biological Anthropology. swiddening, pastoralism, horticulture, and traits in relation to heredity and environ- 5.1 Indian Village: Significance of village(c) Archaeological Anthropology. agriculture; globalization and indigenous ment; biological basis of racial classifica- study in India; Indian village as a social economic systems.(d) Linguistic Anthropology. tion, racial differentiation and race cross- system; Traditional and changing patterns 4. Political organization and Social Con- ing in man. of settlement and inter-caste relations;1.4 Human Evolution and emergence of trol: Band, tribe, chiefdom, kingdom and Agrarian relations in Indian villages; Im-Man: 9.6 Age, sex and population variation as state; concepts of power, authority and le- pact of globalization on Indian villages.(a) Biological and Cultural factors in hu- genetic marker- ABO, Rh blood groups, gitimacy; social control, law and justice in man evolution. HLA Hp, transferring, Gm, blood enzymes. 5.2 Linguistic and religious minorities and simple societies.(b) Theories of Organic Evolution (Pre- Physiological characteristics-Hb level, their social, political and economic status. 5. Religion: Anthropological approaches body fat, pulse rate, respiratory functions Darwinian, Darwinian and Post-Dar- 5.3 Indigenous and exogenous processes to the study of religion (evolutionary, psy- and sensory perceptions in different cul- winian). of socio-cultural change in Indian society: chological and functional); monotheism tural and socio-economic groups.(c) Synthetic theory of evolution; Brief out- Sanskritization, Westernization, Moderni- and polytheism; sacred and profane; myths line of terms and concepts of evolu- 9.7 Concepts and methods of Ecological zation; Inter-play of little and great tradi- and rituals; forms of religion in tribal and tionary biology (Doll’s rule, Cope’s Anthropology. Bio-cultural Adaptations – tions; Panchayati raj and social change; peasant societies (animism, animatism, rule, Gause’s rule, parallelism, con- Genetic and Non- genetic factors. Man’s Media and social change. fetishism, naturism and totemism); religion, vergence, adaptive radiation, and physiological responses to environmental 6.1 Tribal situation in India – Bio-genetic magic and science distinguished; magico- mosaic evolution). stresses: hot desert, cold, high altitude cli- variability, linguistic and socio-economic religious functionaries (priest, shaman, mate. characteristics of tribal populations and1.5 Characteristics of Primates; Evolution- medicine man, sorcerer and witch).ary Trend and Primate Taxonomy; Primate 9.8 Epidemiological Anthropology: Health their distribution. 6. Anthropological theories:Adaptations; (Arboreal and Terrestrial) Pri- and disease. Infectious and non-infectious 6.2 Problems of the tribal Communities — (a) Classical evolutionism (Tylor, Morgan diseases. Nutritional deficiency related dis-mate Taxonomy; Primate Behaviour; Ter- land alienation, poverty, indebtedness, low and Frazer) eases.tiary and Quaternary fossil primates; Liv- literacy, poor educational facilities, unem- (b) Historical particularism (Boas); 10. Concept of human growth and devel- ployment, underemployment, health anding Major Primates; Comparative Anatomy Diffusionism (British, German and opment: stages of growth - pre-natal, na- nutrition.of Man and Apes; Skeletal changes due to American) tal, infant, childhood, adolescence, matu-erect posture and its implications. 6.3 Developmental projects and their im- (c) Functionalism (Malinowski); Struc- rity, senescence. pact on tribal displacement and problems1.6 Phylogenetic status, characteristics and tural- functionlism (Radcliffe-Brown) - Factors affecting growth and develop- of rehabilitation. Development of forestgeographical distribution of the following: (d) Structuralism (L’evi - Strauss and E. ment genetic, environmental, bio- policy and tribals. Impact of urbanization(a) Plio-pleistocene hominids in South Leach) chemical, nutritional, cultural and and industrialization on tribal populations. and East Africa - Australopithecines. (e) Culture and personality (Benedict, socio-economic. 7.1 Problems of exploitation and depriva-(b) Homo erectus: Africa (Paranthropus), Mead, Linton, Kardiner and Cora - du - Ageing and senescence. Theories and tion of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Europe (Homo erectus heidelber- Bois). observations - biological and chrono- Tribes and Other Backward Classes. Con- gensis), Asia (Homo erectus javanicus, Homo erectus pekinensis). (f) Neo - evolutionism (Childe, White, logical longevity. Human physique and stitutional safeguards for Scheduled Tribes Steward, Sahlins and Service) somatotypes. Methodologies for and Scheduled Castes.(c) Neanderthal Man- La-Chapelle-aux- (g) Cultural materialism (Harris) growth studies. 7.2 Social change and contemporary tribal saints (Classical type), Mt. Carmel (Pro- gressive type). (h) Symbolic and interpretive theories 11.1 Relevance of menarche, menopause societies: Impact of modern democratic in- (Turner, Schneider and Geertz) and other bioevents to fertility. Fertility pat- stitutions, development programmes and(d) Rhodesian man. (i) Cognitive theories (Tyler, Conklin) terns and differentials. welfare measures on tribals and weaker(e) Homo sapiens — Cromagnon, sections. (j) Post- modernism in anthropology 11.2 Demographic theories- biological, Grimaldi and Chancelede. social and cultural. 7.3 The concept of ethnicity; Ethnic con-1.7 The biological basis of life: The Cell, 7. Culture, language and communication: 11.3 Biological and socio-ecological fac- flicts and political developments; UnrestDNA structure and replication, Protein Syn- Nature, origin and characteristics of lan- tors influencing fecundity, fertility, natality among tribal communities; Regionalismthesis, Gene, Mutation, Chromosomes, guage; verbal and non-verbal communi- and mortality. and demand for autonomy; Pseudo-tribal-and Cell Division. cation; social context of language use. 12. Applications of Anthropology: Anthro- ism; Social change among the tribes dur-1.8 (a) Principles of Prehistoric Archaeol- 8. Research methods in anthropology: ing colonial and post-Independent India. pology of sports, Nutritional anthropology,ogy. Chronology: Relative and Absolute (a) Fieldwork tradition in anthropology 8.1 Impact of Hinduism, Buddhism, Chris- Anthropology in designing of defence andDating methods. (b) Distinction between technique, tianity, Islam and other religions on tribal other equipments, Forensic Anthropology,(b) Cultural Evolution- Broad Outlines of method and methodology Methods and principles of personal identi- societies.Prehistoric cultures: (c) Tools of data collection: observation, fication and reconstruction, Applied human 8.2 Tribe and nation state — a compara-(i) Paleolithic interview, schedules, questionnaire, genetics – Paternity diagnosis, genetic tive study of tribal communities in India and(ii) Mesolithic Case study, genealogy, life-history, counseling and eugenics, DNA technol- other countries.(iii) Neolithic oral history, secondary sources of in- ogy in diseases and medicine, 9.1 History of administration of tribal ar- formation, participatory methods. serogenetics and cytogenetics in repro- eas, tribal policies, plans, programmes of(iv) Chalcolithic (d) Analysis, interpretation and presenta- ductive biology. tribal development and their implementa-(v) Copper-Bronze Age tion of data. PAPER – II tion. The concept of PTGs (Primitive Tribal(vi) Iron Age Groups), their distribution, special 9.1 Human Genetics : Methods and Ap- 1.1 Evolution of the Indian Culture and Civi-2.1 The Nature of Culture: The concept plication: Methods for study of genetic prin- lization — Prehistoric (Palaeolithic, programmes for their development. Roleand characteristics of culture and civiliza- ciples in man-family study (pedigree analy- Mesolithic, Neolithic and Neolithic - of N.G.O.s in tribal development.tion; Ethnocentrism vis-à-vis cultural Rela- sis, twin study, foster child, co-twin method, Chalcolithic). Protohistoric (Indus Civiliza- 9.2 Role of anthropology in tribal and ruraltivism. cytogenetic method, chromosomal and tion): Pre- Harappan, Harappan and post- development.2.2 The Nature of Society: Concept of Soci- karyo-type analysis), biochemical methods, Harappan cultures. Contributions of tribal 9.3 Contributions of anthropology to theety; Society and Culture; Social Institutions; immunological methods, D.N.A. technol- cultures to Indian civilization. understanding of regionalism, communa-Social groups; and Social stratification. ogy and recombinant technologies. 1.2 Palaeo – anthropological evidences lism, and ethnic and political movements.2.3 Marriage: Definition and universality; 9.2 Mendelian genetics in man-family from India with special reference to SiwaliksLaws of marriage (endogamy, exogamy, study, single factor, multifactor, lethal, sub- BOTANY and Narmada basin (Ramapithecus,hypergamy, hypogamy, incest taboo); lethal and polygenic inheritance in man. Sivapithecus and Narmada Man). PAPER – ITypes of marriage (monogamy, polygamy, 9.3 Concept of genetic polymorphism and 1.3 Ethno-archaeology in India : The con- 1. Microbiology and Plant Pathology:polyandry, group marriage). Functions of selection, Mendelian population, Hardy- cept of ethno-archaeology; Survivals and Structure and reproduction/multiplicationmarriage; Marriage regulations (preferen- Weinberg law; causes and changes which Parallels among the hunting, foraging, fish- of viruses, viroids, bacteria, fungi and my-tial, prescriptive and proscriptive); Marriage bring down frequency – mutation, isola- ing, pastoral and peasant communities in- coplasma; Applications of microbiology inpayments (bride wealth and dowry). tion, migration, selection, inbreeding and cluding arts and crafts producing commu- agriculture, industry, medicine and in con-2.4 Family: Definition and universality; genetic drift. Consanguineous and non- nities. trol of soil and water pollution; Prion andFamily, household and domestic groups; consanguineous mating, genetic load, ge- 2. Demographic profile of India — Ethnic and Prion hypothesis.functions of family; Types of family (from netic effect of consanguineous and cousin linguistic elements in the Indian population Important crop diseases caused by viruses,the perspectives of structure, blood rela- marriages. and their distribution. Indian population - fac- bacteria, mycoplasma, fungi and nema-tion, marriage, residence and succession); 9.4 Chromosomes and chromosomal ab- tors influencing its structure and growth. todes; Modes of infection and dissemina-Impact of urbanization, industrialization errations in man, methodology. tion; Molecular basis of infection and dis- 3.1 The structure and nature of traditionaland feminist movements on family. ease resistance/defence; Physiology of (a) Numerical and structural aberrations Indian social system — Varnashram,2.5 Kinship: Consanguinity and Affinity; (disorders). Purushartha, Karma, Rina and Rebirth. parasitism and control measures; Fungal
  • 9. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 29 toxins; Modelling and disease forecasting; ods of gene mapping, including molecular covalent bond and its general characteris- 12. Bio-inorganic Chemistry: Plant quarantine. maps (idea of mapping function); Sex chro- tics, polarities of bonds in molecules and Metal ions in biological systems and their 2. Cryptogams: mosomes and sex-linked inheritance, sex their dipole moments; Valence bond role in ion transport across the membranes determination and molecular basis of sex theory, concept of resonance and reso- (molecular mechanism), oxygen-uptake Algae, fungi, lichens, bryophytes, pterido- differentiation; Mutations (biochemical and nance energy; Molecular orbital theory proteins, cytochromes and ferredoxins. phytes - structure and reproduction from molecular basis); Cytoplasmic inheritance (LCAO method); bonding in H 2+, H2 , He2+ to 13. Coordination Compounds: evolutionary viewpoint; Distribution of and cytoplasmic genes (including genet- Ne2, NO, CO, HF, and CN –; Comparison of Cryptogams in India and their ecological (i) Bonding theories of metal complexes; ics of male sterility). valence bond and molecular orbital theo- and economic importance. Valence bond theory, crystal field theory Structure and synthesis of nucleic acids ries, bond order, bond strength and bond 3. Phanerogams: and its modifications; applications of theo- and proteins; Genetic code and regulation length. Gymnosperms: Concept of Progymnos- ries in the explanation of magnetism and of gene expression; Gene silencing; 3. Solid State: electronic spectra of metal complexes. perms; Classification and distribution of Multigene families; Organic evolution – evi- Crystal systems; Designation of crystal (ii) Isomerism in coordination compounds; gymnosperms; Salient features of Cycada- dences, mechanism and theories. faces, lattice structures and unit cell; IUPAC nomenclature of coordination com- les, Ginkgoales, Coniferales and Gnetales, Role of RNA in origin and evolution. Bragg’s law; X-ray diffraction by crystals; pounds; stereochemistry of complexes their structure and reproduction; General 3. Plant Breeding, Biotechnology and Close packing, radius ratio rules, calcula- with 4 and 6 coordination numbers; che- account of Cycadofilicales, Bennettitales Biostatistics: tion of some limiting radius ratio values; late effect and polynuclear complexes; and Cordaitales; Geological time scale; Methods of plant breeding – introduction, Structures of NaCl, ZnS, CsCl and CaF2; trans effect and its theories; kinetics of sub- Type of fossils and their study techniques. selection and hybridization (pedigree, Stoichiometric and nonstoichiometric de- stitution reactions in square-planer com- Angiosperms: Systematics, anatomy, em- fects, impurity defects, semi-conductors. bryology, palynology and phylogeny. backcross, mass selection, bulk method); plexes; thermodynamic and kinetic stabil- Mutation, polyploidy, male sterility and het- 4. The Gaseous State and Transport Phe- ity of complexes. Taxonomic hierarchy; International Code nomenon: erosis breeding; Use of apomixes in plant (iii) EAN rule, Synthesis structure and re- of Botanical Nomenclature; Numerical tax- breeding; DNA sequencing; Genetic engi- Equation of state for real gases, inter-mo- activity of metal carbonyls; carboxylate onomy and chemotaxonomy; Evidence neering – methods of transfer of genes; lecular interactions and critical pheno- anions, carbonyl hydrides and metal ni- from anatomy, embryology and palynology. Transgenic crops and biosafety aspects; mena and liquefaction of gases, Maxwell’s trosyl compounds. Origin and evolution of angiosperms; Com- Development and use of molecular mark- distribution of speeds, intermolecular col- parative account of various systems of clas- (iv) Complexes with aromatic systems, syn- ers in plant breeding; Tools and techniques lisions, collisions on the wall and effusion; thesis, structure and bonding in metal ole- sification of angiosperms; Study of - probe, southern blotting, DNA fingerprint- Thermal conductivity and viscosity of ideal angiospermic families – Mangnoliaceae, fin complexes, alkyne complexes and ing, PCR and FISH. gases. cyclopentadienyl complexes; coordinative Ranunculaceae, Brassicaceae, Ro- Standard deviation and coefficient of varia- 5. Liquid State: unsaturation, oxidative addition reactions, saceae, Fabaceae, Euphorbiaceae, tion (CV); Tests of significance (Z-test, t- Kelvin equation; Surface tension and sur- insertion reactions, fluxional molecules and Malvaceae, Dipterocarpaceae, Apiaceae, test and chi-square test); Probability and face energy, wetting and contact angle, their characterization; Compounds with Asclepiadaceae, Verbenaceae, Solan- distributions (normal, binomial and Pois- interfacial tension and capillary action. metal-metal bonds and metal atom clus- aceae, Rubiaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Astera- son); Correlation and regression. 6. Thermodynamics: ters. ceae, Poaceae, Arecaceae, Liliaceae, Musaceae and Orchidaceae. 4. Physiology and Biochemistry: Work, heat and internal energy; first law of 14. Main Group Chemistry: Stomata and their types; Glandular and Water relations, mineral nutrition and ion thermodynamics. Boranes, borazines, phosphazenes and non-glandular trichomes; Unusual second- transport, mineral deficiencies; Photosyn- Second law of thermodynamics; entropy cyclic phosphazene, silicates and sili- ary growth; Anatomy of C3 and C4 plants; thesis – photochemical reactions; photo- as a state function, entropy changes in vari- cones, Interhalogen compounds; Sulphur Xylem and phloem differentiation; Wood phosphorylation and carbon fixation path- ous processes, entropy–reversibility and – nitrogen compounds, noble gas com- anatomy. ways; C3, C4 and CAM pathways; Mecha- irreversibility, Free energy functions; Ther- pounds. nism of phloem transport; Respiration modynamic equation of state; Maxwell re- 15. General Chemistry of ‘f’ Block Ele- Development of male and female gameto- (anerobic and aerobic, including fermen- lations; Temperature, volume and pressure ments: phytes, pollination, fertilization; Endosperm tation) – electron transport chain and oxi- dependence of U, H, A, G, C p and C v á and - its development and function; Patterns of Lanthanides and actinides; separation, dative phosphorylation; Photorespiration; â; J-T effect and inversion temperature; embryo development; Polyembroyony and oxidation states, magnetic and spectral Chemiosmotic theory and ATP synthesis; criteria for equilibrium, relation between apomixes; Applications of palynology; Ex- properties; lanthanide contraction. Lipid metabolism; Nitrogen fixation and equilibrium constant and thermodynamic perimental embryology including pollen PAPER - II nitrogen metabolism; Enzymes, coen- quantities; Nernst heat theorem, introduc- storage and test-tube fertilization. zymes; Energy transfer and energy con- 1. Delocalised Covalent Bonding: 4. Plant Resource Development: tory idea of third law of thermodynamics. servation; Importance of secondary me- Aromaticity, anti-aromaticity; annulenes, Domestication and introduction of plants; 7. Phase Equilibria and Solutions: tabolites; Pigments as photoreceptors azulenes, tropolones, fulvenes, sydnones. Origin of cultivated plants; Vavilov’s cen- (plastidial pigments and phytochrome); Clausius-Clapeyron equation; phase dia- 2. (i) Reaction Mechanisms: General tres of origin; Plants as sources for food, Plant movements; Photoperiodism and gram for a pure substance; phase equilib- methods (both kinetic and non-kinetic) of fodder, fibre, spices, beverages, edible oils, flowering, vernalization, senescence; ria in binary systems, partially miscible liq- study of mechanism of organic reactions: drugs, narcotics, insecticides, timber, gums, Growth substances – their chemical na- uids–upper and lower critical solution tem- isotopic method, cross-over experiment, resins and dyes, latex, cellulose, starch and ture, role and applications in agri-horticul- peratures; partial molar quantities, their sig- intermediate trapping, stereochemistry; its products; Perfumery; Importance of Eth- ture; Growth indices, growth movements; nificance and determination; excess ther- energy of activation; thermodynamic con- nobotany in Indian context; Energy planta- Stress physiology (heat, water, salinity, modynamic functions and their determina- trol and kinetic control of reactions. tions; Botanical Gardens and Herbaria. metal); Fruit and seed physiology; Dor- tion. (ii) Reactive Intermediates: Generation, 5. Morphogenesis: mancy, storage and germination of seed; 8. Electrochemistry: geometry, stability and reactions of car- Totipotency, polarity, symmetry and Fruit ripening – its molecular basis and Debye-Huckel theory of strong electrolytes bonium ions and carbanions, free radicals, dfferentiation; Cell, tissue, organ and pro- manipulation. and Debye-Huckel limiting Law for vari- carbenes, benzynes and nitrenes. toplast culture; Somatic hybrids and 5. Ecology and Plant Geography: ous equilibrium and transport properties. (iii) Substitution Reactions: SN1, SN2 and Cybrids; Micropropagation; Somaclonal Concept of ecosystem; Ecological factors; Galvanic cells, concentration cells; elec- SNi mechanisms; neighbouring group par- variation and its applications; Pollen hap- Concepts and dynamics of community; trochemical series, measurement of e.m.f. ticipation; electrophilic and nucleophilic loids, embryo rescue methods and their Plant succession; Concept of biosphere; of cells and its applications fuel cells and reactions of aromatic compounds includ- applications. Ecosystems; Conservation; Pollution and batteries. ing heterocyclic compounds–pyrrole, fu- PAPER – II its control (including phytoremediation); Processes at electrodes; double layer at ran, thiophene and indole. 1. Cell Biology: Plant indicators; Environment (Protection) the interface; rate of charge transfer, cur- (iv) Elimination Reactions: E1, E2 and Techniques of cell biology; Prokaryotic and Act. rent density; overpotential; electro-analyti- E1cb mechanisms; orientation in E2 reac- eukaryotic cells - structural and ultrastruc- Forest types of India - Ecological and eco- cal techniques: Polarography, tions–Saytzeff and Hoffmann; pyrolytic syn tural details; Structure and function of ex- nomic importance of forests, afforestation, amperometry, ion selective electrodes and elimination – Chugaev and Cope elimina- tracellular matrix (cell wall), membranes- deforestation and social forestry; Endan- their uses. tions. cell adhesion, membrane transport and ve- gered plants, endemism, IUCN categories, 9. Chemical Kinetics: (v) Addition Reactions: Electrophilic ad- sicular transport; Structure and function of Red Data Books; Biodiversity and its con- servation; Protected Area Network; Con- Differential and integral rate equations for dition to C=C and C=C; nucleophilic addi- cell organelles (chloroplasts, mitochondria, vention on Biological Diversity; Farmers’ zeroth, first, second and fractional order tion to C=0, C=N, conjugated olefins and ER, dictyosomes ribosomes, endosomes, Rights and Intellectual Property Rights; reactions; Rate equations involving re- carbonyls. lysosomes, peroxisomes); Cytoskelaton and microtubules; Nucleus, nucleolus, Concept of Sustainable Development; Bio- verse, parallel, consecutive and chain re- (vi) Reactions and Rearrangements: (a) nuclear pore complex; Chromatin and nu- geochemical cycles; Global warming and actions; branching chain and explosions; Pinacol-pinacolone, Hoffmann, Beck- cleosome; Cell signalling and cell recep- climatic change; Invasive species; Envi- effect of temperature and pressure on rate mann, Baeyer–Villiger, Favorskii, Fries, tors; Signal transduction; Mitosis and meio- ronmental Impact Assessment; Phytogeo- constant; Study of fast reactions by stop- Claisen, Cope, Stevens and Wagner- sis; Molecular basis of cell cycle; Numeri- graphical regions of India. flow and relaxation methods; Collisions Meerwein rearrangements. cal and structural variations in chromo- CHEMISTRY and transition state theories. (b) Aldol condensation, Claisen conden- somes and their significance; Chromatin PAPER - I 10. Photochemistry: sation, Dieckmann, Perkin, Knoevenagel, organization and packaging of genome; Absorption of light; decay of excited state Witting, Clemmensen, Wolff-Kishner, 1. Atomic Structure: Polytene chromosomes; B-chromosomes by different routes; photochemical react- Cannizzaro and von Richter reactions; – structure, behaviour and significance. Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, ions between hydrogen and halogens and Stobbe, benzoin and acyloin condensat- Schrodinger wave equation (time indepen- 2. Genetics, Molecular Biology and Evo- their quantum yields. ions; Fischer indole synthesis, Skraup syn- dent); Interpretation of wave function, par- lution: 11. Surface Phenomena and Catalysis: thesis, Bischler-Napieralski, Sandmeyer, ticle in one-dimensional box, quantum Development of genetics; Gene versus al- Reimer-Tiemann and Reformatsky reactions. numbers, hydrogen atom wave functions; Absorption from gases and solutions on lele concepts (Pseudoalleles); Quantitative Shapes of s, p and d orbitals. solid adsorbents, Langmuir and B.E.T. ad- 3. Pericyclic Reactions: genetics and multiple factors; Incomplete sorption isotherms; determination of sur- Classification and examples; Woodward- 2. Chemical Bonding: dominance, polygenic inheritance, multiple face area, characteristics and mechanism Hoffmann rules – electrocyclic reactions, alleles; Linkage and crossing over; Meth- Ionic bond, characteristics of ionic com- of reaction on heterogeneous catalysts. cycloaddition reactions [2+2 and 4+2] and pounds, lattice energy, Born-Haber cycle;
  • 10. 30 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012sigmatropic shifts [1, 3; 3, 3 and 1, 5] FMO Plastic Analysis of beams and frames: Compaction of soil – Laboratory and field Typical construction methods and stan-approach. Theory of plastic bending, plastic analysis, tests. dards of materials for stabilized soil, WBM,4. (i) Preparation and Properties of Poly- statical method, Mechanism method. Compressibility and consolidation concept Bituminous works and CC roads.mers: Organic polymers–polyethy-lene, Unsymmetrical bending: Moment of iner- – consolidation theory – consolidation Surface and sub-surface drainage ar-polystyrene, polyvinyl chloride, teflon, ny- tia, product of inertia, position of Neutral settlement analysis. rangements for roads - culvert structures.lon, terylene, synthetic and natural rubber. Axis and Principle axes, calculation of Earth pressure theory and analysis for re- Pavement distresses and strengthening by(ii) Biopolymers: Structure of proteins, bending stresses. taining walls, Application for sheet piles overlays.DNA and RNA. 2. Design of Structures: Steel, Concrete and Braced excavation. Traffic surveys and their applications in traf-5. Synthetic Uses of Reagents: and Masonry Structures: Bearing capacity of soil – approaches for fic planning - Typical design features forOsO4 , HIO4, CrO3, Pb(OAc)4, SeO2 , NBS, 2.1 Structural Steel Design: analysis – Field tests – settlement analysis channelized, intersection, rotary etc – sig-B2H 6, Na-Liquid NH3, LiAlH4, NaBH4, n-BuLi Structural Steel: Factors of safety and load – stability of slope of earth walk. nal designs – standard Traffic signs andand MCPBA. factors. Riveted, bolted and welded joints Subsurface exploration of soils – methods markings.6. Photochemistry: and connections. Design of tension and Foundation – Type and selection criteria 3. Hydrology, Water Resources and En-Photochemical reactions of simple organic compression member, beams of built up for foundation of structures – Design crite- gineering:compounds, excited and ground states, section, riveted and welded plate girders, ria for foundation – Analysis of distribution 3.1 Hydrology:singlet and triplet states, Norrish-Type I and gantry girders, stancheons with battens of stress for footings and pile – pile group Hydrological cycle, precipitation, evapora-Type II reactions. and lacings. action-pile load test. tion, transpiration, infiltration, overland7. Spectroscopy: 2.2 Design of Concrete and Masonry Ground improvement techniques. flow, hydrograph, flood frequency analy- Structures: PAPER - II sis, flood routing through a reservoir, chan-Principle and applications in structure elu-cidation: Concept of mix design. Reinforced Con- 1. Construction Technology, Equipment, nel flow routing-Muskingam method. crete: Working Stress and Limit State Planning and Management: 3.2 Ground water flow:(i) Rotational: Diatomic molecules; isoto- method of design–Recommendations of Specific yield, storage coefficient, coeffi-pic substitution and rotational constants. 1.1 Construction Technology: I.S. codes Design of one way and two way cient of permeability, confined and uncon-(ii) Vibrational: Diatomic molecules, linear slabs, stair-case slabs, simple and continu- Engineering Materials:triatomic molecules, specific frequencies fined equifers, aquifers, aquitards, radial ous beams of rectangular, T and L sec- Physical properties of construction materi-of functional groups in polyatomic mol- flow into a well under confined and uncon- tions. Compression members under direct als with respect to their use in constructionecules. fined conditions. load with or without eccentricity, Cantile- - Stones, Bricks and Tiles; Lime, Cement,(iii) Electronic: Singlet and triplet states; different types of Mortars and Concrete. 3.3 Water Resources Engineering: ver and Counter fort type retaining walls.n  π* and π π* transitions; application to Water tanks: Design requirements for Rect- Specific use of ferro cement, fibre rein- Ground and surface water resource, singleconjugated double bonds and conjugated forced C.C, High strength concrete. and multipurpose projects, storage capac- angular and circular tanks resting oncarbonyls–Woodward-Fieser rules; ity of reservoirs, reservoir losses, reservoir ground. Timber, properties and defects - commonCharge transfer spectra. sedimentation. Prestressed concrete: Methods and sys- preservation treatments.(iv) Nuclear Magnetic Resonance ( 1H 3.4 Irrigation Engineering: tems of prestressing, anchorages, Analy- Use and selection of materials for specificNMR): Basic principle; chemical shift and sis and design of sections for flexure based use like Low Cost Housing, Mass Hous- (i) Water requirements of crops: con-spin-spin interaction and coupling con- on working stress, loss of prestress. ing, High Rise Buildings. sumptive use, duty and delta, irriga-stants. tion methods and their efficiencies. Design of brick masonry as per I.S. Codes 1.2 Construction:(v) Mass Spectrometry: Parent peak, base (ii) Canals: Distribution systems for canal 3. Fluid Mechanics, Open Channel Flow Masonry principles using Brick, stone,peak, metastable peak, McLafferty rear- irrigation, canal capacity, canal losses, and Hydraulic Machines: Blocks – construction detailing and strengthrangement. alignment of main and distributory ca- 3.1 Fluid Mechanics: characteristics. CIVIL ENGINEERING nals, most efficient section, lined ca- Fluid properties and their role in fluid mo- Types of plastering, pointing, flooring, roof- nals, their design, regime theory, criti- PAPER – I tion, fluid statics including forces acting on ing and construction features. cal shear stress, bed load.1. Engineering Mechanics, Strength of plane and curved surfaces. Common repairs in buildings. (iii) Water logging: causes and control,Materials and Structural Analysis: Kinematics and Dynamics of Fluid flow: Principles of functional planning of build- salinity.1.1 Engineering Mechanics: Velocity and accelerations, stream lines, ing for residents and specific use - Build- (iv) Canal structures: Design of, head regu-Units and Dimensions, SI Units, Vectors, equation of continuity, irrotational and ro- ing code provisions. lators, canal falls, aqueducts, meter-Concept of Force, Concept of particle and tational flow, velocity potential and stream Basic principles of detailed and approxi- ing flumes and canal outlets.rigid body. Concurrent, Non Concurrent functions. mate estimating - specification writing and (v) Diversion headwork: Principles andand parallel forces in a plane, moment of Continuity, momentum and energy equa- rate analysis – principles of valuation of design of weirs of permeable and im-force, free body diagram, conditions of tion, Navier-Stokes equation, Euler’s equa- real property. permeable foundation, Khosla’sequilibrium, Principle of virtual work, tion of motion, application to fluid flow prob- Machinery for earthwork, concreting and theory, energy dissipation.equivalent force system. lems, pipe flow, sluice gates, weirs. their specific uses – Factors affecting se- (vi) Storage works: Types of dams, design,First and Second Moment of area, Mass 3.2 Dimensional Analysis and Similitude: lection of equipments – operating cost of principles of rigid gravity, stabilitymoment of Inertia. Buckingham’s Pi-theorem, dimensionless Equipments. analysis.Static Friction. parameters. 1.3 Construction Planning and Manage- (vii) Spillways: Spillway types, energy dis-Kinematics and Kinetics: 3.3 Laminar Flow: ment: sipation.Kinematics in Cartesian Co-ordinates, Laminar flow between parallel, stationary Construction activity – schedules- organi- (viii)River training: Objectives of river train-motion under uniform and nonuniform ac- and moving plates, flow through tube. zation for construction industry – Quality ing, methods of river training.celeration, motion under gravity. Kinetics 3.4 Boundary layer: assurance principles. 4. Environmental Engineering:of particle: Momentum and Energy prin- Use of Basic principles of network – analy- Laminar and turbulent boundary layer on 4.1 Water Supply:ciples, collision of elastic bodies, rotation sis in form of CPM and PERT – their use in a flat plate, laminar sub layer, smooth and Predicting demand for water, impurities ofof rigid bodies. construction monitoring, Cost optimization rough boundaries, drag and lift. water and their significance, physical,1.2 Strength of Materials: and resource allocation. Turbulent flow through pipes: Characteris- chemical and bacteriological analysis,Simple Stress and Strain, Elastic constants, tics of turbulent flow, velocity distribution Basic principles of Economic analysis and waterborne diseases, standards for potableaxially loaded compression members, and variation of pipe friction factor, hydrau- methods. water.Shear force and bending moment, theory lic grade line and total energy line. Project profitability – Basic principles ofof simple bending, Shear Stress distribu- 4.2 Intake of water: 3.5 Open channel flow: Boot approach to financial planning –tion across cross sections, Beams of uni- simple toll fixation criterions. Water treatment: principles of coagulation,form strength. Uniform and non-uniform flows, momen- flocculation and sedimentation; slow-; tum and energy correction factors, specific 2. Surveying and Transportation Engi-Deflection of beams: Macaulay’s method, rapid-, pressure-, filters; chlorination, soft- energy and specific force, critical depth, neering :Mohr’s Moment area method, Conjugate ening, removal of taste, odour and salinity. rapidly varied flow, hydraulic jump, gradu- 2.1 Surveying:beam method, unit load method. Torsion 4.3 Sewerage systems:of Shafts, Elastic stability of columns, ally varied flow, classification of surface Common methods and instruments for dis- Domestic and industrial wastes, storm sew-Euler’s Rankine’s and Secant formulae. profiles, control section, step method of in- tance and angle measurement for CE work age–separate and combined systems, flow tegration of varied flow equation. – their use in plane table, traverse survey,1.3 Structural Analysis: through sewers, design of sewers. 3.6 Hydraulic Machines and Hydro- leveling work, triangulation, contouring andCastiglianio’s theorems I and II, unit load topographical map. 4.4 Sewage characterization: power:method of consistent deformation applied BOD, COD, solids, dissolved oxygen, ni- Hydraulic turbines, types classification, Basic principles of photogrammetry andto beams and pin jointed trusses. Slope- trogen and TOC. Standards of disposal in Choice of turbines, performance param- remote sensing.deflection, moment distribution, normal watercourse and on land. eters, controls, characteristics, specific 2.2 Railway Engineering:Rolling loads and Influences lines: Influ- 4.5 Sewage treatment:ences lines for Shear Force and Bending speed. Permanent way – components, types and their functions – Functions and Design con- Working principles, units, chambers, sedi-moment at a section of beam. Criteria for Principles of hydropower development. stituents of turn and crossings – Necessity mentation tanks, trickling filters, oxidationmaximum shear force and bending Mo- 4. Geotechnical Engineering: ponds, activated sludge process, septicment in beams traversed by a system of of geometric design of track – Design of Soil Type and structure – gradation and par- tank, disposal of sludge, recycling of waste-moving loads. Influences lines for simply station and yards. ticle size distribution – consistency limits. water.supported plane pin jointed trusses. 2.3 Highway Engineering: Water in soil – capillary and structural – 4.6 Solid waste:Arches: Three hinged, two hinged and effective stress and pore water pressure – Principles of Highway alignments – classi- fication and geometrical design elements Collection and disposal in rural and urbanfixed arches, rib shortening and tempera- permeability concept – field and labora- and standards for Roads. contexts, management of long-term ill ef-ture effects. tory determination of permeability – Seep- fects.Matrix methods of analysis: Force method age pressure – quick sand conditions – Pavement structure for flexible and rigid pavements - Design principles and meth- 5. Environmental pollution:and displacement method of analysis of Shear strength determination – Mohr Cou-indeterminate beams and rigid frames. lomb concept. odology of pavements. Sustainable development. Radioactive
  • 11. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 31 wastes and disposal. Environmental im- EBIT- EPS Analysis, and other Factors. in India. Recognition of Trade Unions, Prob- 5. Growth and Development: pact assessment for thermal power plants, Dividend Decisions and Valuation of Firm: lems of Trade Unions in India. Impact of (a) (i) Theories of growth: Harrod’s mines, river valley projects. Air pollution. Walter’s Model, MM Thesis, Gordan’s Liberalization on Trade Union Movement. model, Pollution control acts. Model Lintner’s Model. Factors Affecting Nature of Industrial Disputes : Strikes and (ii) Lewis model of development with COMMERCE AND ACCOUNTANCY Dividend Policy. Lockouts , Causes of Disputes, Prevention surplus labour PAPER - I Working Capital Management: Planning of and Settlement of Disputes. (iii) Balanced and Unbalanced Accounting and Finance Working Capital. Determinants of Working Worker’s Participation in Management: growth, Capital. Components of Working Capital - Philosophy, Rationale, Present Day Sta- (iv) Human Capital and Economic Accounting, Taxation & Auditing Cash, Inventory and Receivables. tus and Future Prospects. Growth. 1. Financial Accounting: Corporate Restructuring with focus on Adjudication and Collective Bargaining. (v) Research and Development and Accounting as a Financial Information Sys- Mergers and Acquisitions (Financial as- Industrial Relations in Public Enterprises, Economic Growth tem; Impact of Behavioural Sciences. Ac- pects only) Absenteeism and Labour Turnover in Indian (b) Process of Economic Development of counting Standards e.g., Accounting for 2. Financial Markets and Institutions: Industries and their Causes and Remedies. Less developed countries: Myrdal and Depreciation, Inventories, Research and Development Costs, Long-term Construct- Indian Financial System: An Overview ILO and its Functions. Kuzments on economic development ion Contracts, Revenue Recognition, Fixed Money Markets: Participants, Structure and ECONOMICS and structural change: Role of Agri- Assets, Contingencies, Foreign Exchange Instruments. Commercial Banks. Reforms culture in Economic Development of PAPER – I Transactions, Investments and Govern- in Banking sector. Monetary and Credit less developed countries. Policy of RBI. RBI as a Regulator. 1. Advanced Micro Economics: ment Grants, Cash Flow Statement, Earn- (c) Economic development and Interna- Capital Market: Primary and Secondary (a) Marshallian and Walrasiam Ap- ings Per Share. tional Trade and Investment, Role of Market. Financial Market Instruments and proaches to Price determination. Accounting for Share Capital Transactions Multinationals. Innovative Debt Instruments; SEBI as a (b) Alternative Distribution Theories: including Bonus Shares, Right Shares, (d) Planning and Economic Develop- Regulator. Ricardo, Kaldor, Kaleeki Employees Stock Option and Buy- Back of ment: changing role of Markets and Securities. Financial Services: Mutual Funds, Venture (c) Markets Structure: Monopolistic Planning, Private- Public Partnership Capital, Credit Rating Agencies, Insurance Competition, Duopoly, Oligopoly. Preparation and Presentation of Company (e) Welfare indicators and measures of Final Accounts. and IRDA. (d) Modern Welfare Criteria: Pareto growth – Human Development Indi- PAPER – II Hicks & Scitovsky, Arrow’s Impossi- ces. The basic needs approach. Amalgamation, Absorption and Reconstru- Organisation Theory and Behaviour, bility Theorem, A.K. Sen’s Social ction of Companies. (f) Development and Environmental Human Resource Management Welfare Function. 2. Cost Accounting: Sustainability – Renewable and Non and Industrial Relations 2. Advanced Macro Economics: Renewable Resources, Environmen- Nature and Functions of Cost Accounting. Organisation Theory and Behaviour Approaches to Employment Income and tal Degradation, Intergenerational eq- Installation of Cost Accounting System. Interest Rate determination: Classical, uity development. Cost Concepts related to Income Measure- 1. Organisation Theory: Keynes (IS-LM) curve, Neo classical syn- PAPER – II ment, Profit Planning, Cost Control and Nature and Concept of Organisation; Ex- thesis and New classical, Theories of In- Decision Making. ternal Environment of Organizations -Tech- 1. Indian Economy in Pre-Independence terest Rate determination and Interest Rate Methods of Costing: Job Costing, Process nological, Social, Political, Economical and Era: Structure. Costing, Activity Based Costing. Legal; Organizational Goals - Primary and Land System and its changes, Commer- 3. Money - Banking and Finance: Volume – cost – Profit Relationship as a Secondary goals, Single and Multiple cialization of agriculture, Drain theory, Goals; Management by Objectives. (a) Demand for and Supply of Money: Laissez faire theory and critique. Manu- tool of Profit Planning. Money Multiplier Quantity Theory of facture and Transport: Jute, Cotton, Rail- Incremental Analysis/ Differential Costing Evolution of Organisation Theory: Classi- Money (Fisher, Pique and Friedman) ways, Money and Credit. as a Tool of Pricing Decisions, Product cal, Neo-classical and Systems Approach. and Keyne’s Theory on Demand for 2. Indian Economy after Independence: Decisions, Make or Buy Decisions, Shut- Modern Concepts of Organisation Theory: Money, Goals and Instruments of Mon- Down Decisions etc. Organisational Design, Organisational A The Pre Liberalization Era: etary Management in Closed and Techniques of Cost Control and Cost Re- Structure and Organisational Culture. (i) Contribution of Vakil, Gadgil and Open Economies. Relation between duction: Budgeting as a Tool of Planning Organisational Design–Basic Challenges; V.K.R.V. Rao. the Central Bank and the Treasury. and Control. Standard Costing and Vari- Differentiation and Integration Process; (ii) Agriculture: Land Reforms and Proposal for ceiling on growth rate of ance Analysis. Centralization and Decentralization Pro- land tenure system, Green Revo- money. Responsibility Accounting and Divisional cess; Standardization / Formalization and lution and capital formation in ag- Mutual Adjustment. Coordinating Formal (b) Public Finance and its Role in Market riculture, Performance Measurement. and Informal Organizations. Mechanistic Economy: In stabilization of supply, 3. Taxation: (iii) Industry Trends in composition and Organic Structures. allocation of resources and in distri- Income Tax: Definitions; Basis of Charge; and growth, Role of public and Designing Organizational structures–Au- bution and development. Sources of private sector, Small scale and Incomes which do not form Part of Total Govt. revenue, forms of Taxes and Income. Simple problems of Computation thority and Control; Line and Staff Func- cottage industries. tions, Specialization and Coordination. Subsidies, their incidence and effects. of Income (of Individuals only) under Vari- (iv) National and Per capita income: Types of Organization Structure –Func- Limits to taxation, loans, crowding-out ous Heads, i.e., Salaries, Income from patterns, trends, aggregate and tional. Matrix Structure, Project Structure. effects and limits to borrowings. Pub- House Property, Profits and Gains from Sectoral composition and Nature and Basis of Power , Sources of lic Expenditure and its effects. changes their in. Business or Profession, Capital Gains, In- come from other sources, Income of other Power, Power Structure and Politics. Im- 4. International Economics: (v) Broad factors determining Na- Persons included in Assessee’s Total In- pact of Information Technology on Organi- (a) Old and New Theories of International tional Income and distribution, come . zational Design and Structure. Trade Measures of poverty, Trends in Set - Off and Carry Forward of Loss. Managing Organizational Culture. poverty and inequality. (i) Comparative Advantage Deductions from Gross Total Income. 2. Organisation Behaviour: B The Post Liberalization Era: (ii) Terms of Trade and Offer Curve. Salient Features/Provisions Related to VAT Meaning and Concept; Individual in orga- (i) New Economic Reform and Agri- (iii) Product Cycle and Strategic Trade and Services Tax. nizations: Personality, Theories, and De- culture: Agriculture and WTO, Theories. terminants; Perception - Meaning and Pro- Food processing, Subsidies, Ag- 4. Auditing: (iv) Trade as an engine of growth and cess. ricultural prices and public distri- Company Audit: Audit related to Divisible theories of under development in Motivation: Concepts, Theories and Appli- bution system, Impact of public ex- Profits, Dividends, Special investigations, an open economy. cations. Leadership-Theories and Styles. penditure on agricultural growth. Tax audit. Quality of Work Life (QWL): Meaning and (b) Forms of Protection: Tariff and quota. (ii) New Economic Policy and Indus- Audit of Banking, Insurance, Non-Profit its impact on Performance, Ways of its En- (c) Balance of Payments Adjustments: try: Strategy of industrialization, Organizations and Charitable Societies/ hancement. Quality Circles (QC) – Mean- Alternative Approaches. Privatization, Disinvestments, Trusts/Organizations. ing and their Importance. Management of (i) Price versus income, income ad- Role of foreign direct investment Financial Management, Financial Institu- Conflicts in Organizations. Transactional and multinationals. tions and Markets justments under fixed exchange Analysis, Organizational Effectiveness, rates, (iii) New Economic Policy and Trade: 1. Financial Management: Management of Change. (ii) Theories of Policy Mix Intellectual property rights: Impli- Finance Function: Nature, Scope and Ob- Human Resources Management and In- cations of TRIPS, TRIMS, GATS jectives of Financial Management: Risk dustrial Relations (iii) Exchange rate adjustments under and new EXIM policy. and Return Relationship. 1. Human Resources Management capital mobility (iv) New Exchange Rate Regime: Tools of Financial Analysis: Ratio Analy- (HRM): (iv) Floating Rates and their Implica- Partial and full convertibility, Capi- sis, Funds-Flow and Cash-Flow Statement. Meaning, Nature and Scope of HRM, Hu- tions for Developing Countries: tal account convertibility. Capital Budgeting Decisions: Process, Pro- man Resource Planning, Job Analysis, Job Currency Boards. (v) New Economic Policy and Public cedures and Appraisal Methods. Risk and Description, Job Specification, Recruitment (v) Trade Policy and Developing Process, Selection Process, Orientation Finance: Fiscal Responsibility Act, Uncertainty Analysis and Methods. Countries. and Placement, Training and Develop- Twelfth Finance Commission and Cost of capital: Concept, Computation of (vi) BOP, adjustments and Policy Co- Fiscal Federalism and Fiscal Specific Costs and Weighted Average Cost ment Process, Performance Appraisal and ordination in open economy 360° Feed Back, Salary and Wage Admin- Consolidation. of Capital. CAPM as a Tool of Determining macro-model. Cost of Equity Capital. istration, Job Evaluation, Employee Wel- (vi) New Economic Policy and Mon- fare, Promotions, Transfers and Separa- (vii) Speculative attacks etary system. Role of RBI under Financing Decisions: Theories of Capital tions. (viii)Trade Blocks and Monetary the new regime. Structure - Net Income (NI) Approach, 2. Industrial Relations (IR): Unions. (vii) Planning: From central Planning Net Operating Income (NOI) Approach, MM Meaning, Nature, Importance and Scope (ix) WTO: TRIMS, TRIPS, Domestic to indicative planning, Relation Approach and Traditional Approach. De- of IR, Formation of Trade Unions, Trade Measures, Different Rounds of between planning and markets signing of Capital structure: Types of Lever- Union Legislation, Trade Union Movement WTO talks. for growth and decentralized plan- ages (Operating, Financial and Combined),
  • 12. 32 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 ning: 73rd and 74th Constitutional with noise; signal to noise ratio. Linear CW Geohydrology, economic geology and en- Thunen’s model of agricultural location; amendments. modulation: Amplitude modulation: DSB, vironment. Weber’s model of industrial location; (viii)New Economic Policy and Em- DSB-SC and SSB. Modulators and 2. Climatology: Temperature and pressure Ostov’s model of stages of growth. Heart- ployment: Employment and pov- Demodulators; Phase and Frequency belts of the world; Heat budget of the earth; land and Rimland theories; Laws of inter- erty, Rural wages, Employment modulation: PM & FM signals; narrowband Atmospheric circulation; atmospheric sta- national boundaries and frontiers. Generation, Poverty alleviation FM; generation & detection of FM and PM, bility and instability. Planetary and local PAPER – II schemes, New Rural, Employ- Deemphasis, Preemphasis. CW winds; Monsoons and jet streams; Air GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA ment Guarantee Scheme. modulation system: Superhetrodyne masses and fronto genesis, Temperate and receivers, AM receivers, communication 1. Physical Setting: Space relationship of ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING tropical cyclones; Types and distribution India with neighboring countries; Structure receivers, FM receivers, phase locked loop, of precipitation; Weather and Climate; PAPER - I SSB receiver Signal to noise ratio and relief; Drainage system and water- Koppen’s, Thornthwaite’s and Trewartha’s1. Circuit Theory: calculation for AM and FM receivers. sheds; Physiographic regions; Mechanism classification of world climates; Hydrologi- of Indian monsoons and rainfall patterns,Circuit components; network graphs; KCL, PAPER - II cal cycle; Global climatic change and role Tropical cyclones and western distur-KVL; circuit analysis methods: nodal 1. Control Systems: and response of man in climatic changes,analysis, mesh analysis; basic network bances; Floods and droughts; Climatic re- Elements of control systems; block- Applied climatology and Urban climate. gions; Natural vegetation; Soil types andtheorems and applications; transient 3. Oceanography: Bottom topography of diagram representation; open-loop & their distributions.analysis: RL, RC and RLC circuits; the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans; closed-loop systems; principles and 2. Resources: Land, surface and groundsinusoidal steady state analysis; resonant Temperature and salinity of the oceans; applications of feed-back. Control system water, energy, minerals, biotic and marinecircuits; coupled circuits; balanced 3-phase Heat and salt budgets, Ocean deposits; components. LTI systems: time-domain resources; Forest and wild life resourcescircuits; Two-port networks. Waves, currents and tides; Marine re- and transform-domain analysis. Stability: and their conservation; Energy crisis.2. Signals & Systems: Routh Hurwitz criterion, root-loci, Bode- sources: biotic, mineral and energy re-Representation of continuous–time and sources; Coral reefs, coral bleaching; sea- 3. Agriculture: Infrastructure: irrigation, plots and polar plots, Nyquist’s criterion; seeds, fertilizers, power; Institutional fac-discrete-time signals & systems; LTI Design of lead-lad compensators. level changes; law of the sea and marine pollution. tors: land holdings, land tenure and landsystems; convolution; impulse response; Proportional, PI, PID controllers. State-time-domain analysis of LTI systems based reforms; Cropping pattern, agricultural pro- variable representation and analysis of 4. Biogeography: Genesis of soils; Clas- ductivity, agricultural intensity, crop com-on convolution and differential/difference control systems. sification and distribution of soils; Soil pro- bination, land capability; Agro and social-equations. Fourier transform, Laplace 2. Microprocessors and Microcom- file; Soil erosion, Degradation and conser-transform, Z-transform, Transfer function. forestry; Green revolution and its socio- puters: vation; Factors influencing world distribu-Sampling and recovery of signals DFT, FFT economic and ecological implications; Sig- PC organisation; CPU, instruction set, tion of plants and animals; Problems of nificance of dry farming; Livestock re-Processing of analog signals through deforestation and conservation measures; register set, timing diagram, programming, sources and white revolution; aqua - cul-discrete-time systems. Social forestry; agro-forestry; Wild life; Ma- interrupts, memory interfacing, I/O ture; sericulture, apiculture and poultry; ag-3. E.M. Theory: interfacing, programmable peripheral jor gene pool centres. ricultural regionalisation; agro-climaticMaxwell’s equations, wave propagation in devices. 5. Environmental Geography: Principle of zones; agro- ecological regions.bounded media. Boundary conditions, 3. Measurement and Instrumentation: ecology; Human ecological adaptations; 4. Industry: Evolution of industries;reflection and refraction of plane waves. Influence of man on ecology and environ- Locational factors of cotton, jute, textile, iron Error analysis; measurement of current,Transmission line: travelling and standing ment; Global and regional ecological and steel, aluminium, fertilizer, paper, voltage, power, energy, power-factor,waves, impedance matching, Smith chart. changes and imbalances; Ecosystem their resistance, inductance, capacitance and chemical and pharmaceutical, automobile,4. Analog Electronics: management and conservation; Environ- frequency; bridge measurement. Signal cottage and agro-based industries; Indus-Characteristics and equivalent circuits mental degradation, management and trial houses and complexes including pub- conditioning circuit; Electronic measuring(large and small-signal) of Diode, BJT, JFET conservation; Biodiversity and sustainable lic sector undertakings; Industrial regionali- instruments: multimeter, CRO, digitaland MOSFET. Diode circuits: clipping, development; Environmental policy; Envi- voltmeter, frequency counter, Q-meter, sation; New industrial policies; Multination-clamping, rectifier. Biasing and bias ronmental hazards and remedial mea- als and liberalization; Special Economic spectrum-analyzer, distortion-meter.stability. FET amplifiers. Current mirror; sures; Environmental education and leg- Zones; Tourism including eco -tourism. Transducers: thermocouple, thermistor,Amplifiers: single and multi-stage, islation. LVDT, strain-gauge, piezo-electric crystal. 5. Transport, Communication and Trade:differential, operational, feedback and Human Geography: 4. Power Systems: Analysis and Control: Road, railway, waterway, airway and pipe-power. Analysis of amplifiers; frequency- 1. Perspectives in Human Geography: line networks and their complementary Steady-state performance of overheadresponse of amplifiers. OPAMP circuits. Areal differentiation; regional synthesis; Di- roles in regional development; Growing transmission lines and cables; principlesFilters; sinusoidal oscillators: criterion for chotomy and dualism; Environmentalism; importance of ports on national and for- of active and reactive power transfer andoscillation; single-transistor and OPAMP Quantitative revolution and locational eign trade; Trade balance; Trade Policy; distribution; per-unit quantities; busconfigurations. Function generators and analysis; radical, behavioural, human and Export processing zones; Developments admittance and impedance matrices; loadwave-shaping circuits. Linear and welfare approaches; Languages, religions in communication and information technol- flow; voltage control and power factorswitching power supplies. and secularisation; Cultural regions of the ogy and their impacts on economy and correction; economic operation; symme-5. Digital Electronics: world; Human development index. society; Indian space programme. trical components, analysis of symmetricalBoolean algebra; minimization of Boolean and unsymmetrical faults. Concept of 2. Economic Geography: World economic 6. Cultural Setting: Historical Perspectivefunctions; logic gates; digital IC families system stability: swing curves and equal development: measurement and problems; of Indian Society; Racial, linguistic and(DTL, TTL, ECL, MOS, CMOS). Combina- area criterion. Static VAR system. Basic World resources and their distribution; En- ethnic diversities; religious minorities; ma-tional circuits: arithmetic circuits, code concepts of HVDC transmission. ergy crisis; the limits to growth; World agri- jor tribes, tribal areas and their problems;converters, multiplexers and decoders. culture: typology of agricultural regions; ag- cultural regions; Growth, distribution and 5. Power System Protection:Sequential circuits: latches and flip-flops, ricultural inputs and productivity; Food and density of population; Demographic at- Principles of overcurrent, differential and nutrition problems; Food security; famine:counters and shift-registers. Comparators, tributes: sex-ratio, age structure, literacy distance protection. Concept of solid state causes, effects and remedies; World indus-timers, multivibrators. Sample and hold rate, work-force, dependency ratio, longev- relays. Circuit breakers. Computer aided tries: locational patterns and problems; pat-circuits, ADCs and DACs. Semiconductor ity; migration (inter-regional, intra- regional protection: Introduction; line bus, generator, terns of world trade.memories. Logic implementation using and international) and associated prob- transformer protection; numeric relays andprogrammable devices (ROM, PLA, FPGA). 3. Population and Settlement Geography: lems; Population problems and policies; application of DSP to protection.6. Energy Conversion: Growth and distribution of world popula- Health indicators. 6. Digital Communication: tion; demographic attributes; Causes andPrinciples of electromechanical energy 7. Settlements: Types, patterns and mor- Pulse code modulation (PCM), differential consequences of migration; concepts ofconversion: Torque and emf in rotating phology of rural settlements; Urban devel- pulse code modulation (DPCM), delta over-under-and optimum population;machines. DC machines: characteristics opments; Morphology of Indian cities; Func- modulation (DM), Digital modulation and Population theories, world population prob- tional classification of Indian cities;and performance analysis; starting and demodulation schemes: amplitude, phase lems and policies, Social well-being andspeed control of motors; Transformers: Conurbations and metropolitan regions; and frequency keying schemes (ASK, PSK, quality of life; Population as social capital.principles of operation and analysis; urban sprawl; Slums and associated prob- FSK). Error control coding: error detection lems; town planning; Problems of urban-regulation, efficiency; 3-phase transfor- Types and patterns of rural settlements; and correction, linear block codes,mers. 3-phase induction machines and Environmental issues in rural settlements; ization and remedies. convolution codes. Information measuresynchronous machines: characteristics and Hierarchy of urban settlements; Urban 8. Regional Development and Planning: and source coding. Data networks, 7-layerpreformance analysis; speed control. morphology: Concepts of primate city and Experience of regional planning in India; architecture.7. Power Electronics and Electric Drives: rank-size rule; Functional classification of Five Year Plans; Integrated rural develop- GEOGRAPHY towns; Sphere of urban influence; Rural - ment programmes; Panchayati Raj andSemiconductor power devices: diode, PAPER - I urban fringe; Satellite towns; Problems and decentralised planning; Command areatransistor, thyristor, triac, GTO andMOSFET–static characteristics and PRINCIPLES OF GEOGRAPHY remedies of urbanization; Sustainable de- development; Watershed management;principles of operation; triggering circuits; Physical Geography: velopment of cities. Planning for backward area, desert,phase control rectifiers; bridge converters: 4. Regional Planning: Concept of a region; drought prone, hill, tribal area develop- 1. Geomorphology: Factors controllingfully-controlled and half-controlled; Types of regions and methods of ment; multi-level planning; Regional plan- landform development; endogenetic andprinciples of thyristor choppers and regionalisation; Growth centres and ning and development of island territories. exogenetic forces; Origin and evolution ofinverters; DC-DC converters; Switch mode the earth’s crust; Fundamentals of geo- growth poles; Regional imbalances; re- 9. Political Aspects: Geographical basisinverter; basic concepts of speed control magnetism; Physical conditions of the gional development strategies; environ- of Indian federalism; State reorganisation;of DC and AC Motor drives applications of earth’s interior; Geosynclines; Continental mental issues in regional planning; Plan- Emergence of new states; Regional con-variable-speed drives. drift; Isostasy; Plate tectonics; Recent views ning for sustainable development. sciousness and inter state issues; interna-8. Analog Communication: on mountain building; Vulcanicity; Earth- 5. Models, Theories and Laws in Human tional boundary of India and related issues; quakes and Tsunamis; Concepts of geo- Geography: Systems analysis in Human Cross border terrorism; India’s role in worldRandom variables: continuous, discrete; morphic cycles and Landscape develop- geography; Malthusian, Marxian and de- affairs; Geopolitics of South Asia and In-probability, probability functions. Statistical ment ; Denudation chronology; Channel mographic transition models; Central dian Ocean realm.averages; probability models; Randomsignals and noise: white noise, noise morphology; Erosion surfaces; Slope de- Place theories of Christaller and 10. Contemporary Issues: Ecological is-equivalent bandwidth; signal transmission velopment ; Applied Geomorphology : Losch;Perroux and Boudeville; Von sues: Environmental hazards: landslides,
  • 13. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 33 earthquakes, Tsunamis, floods and 6. Hydrogeology and Engineering 6. Geochemistry and Environmental 10. Guptas, Vakatakas and Vardhanas: droughts, epidemics; Issues relating to Geology: Geology: Polity and administration, Economic environmental pollution; Changes in pat- Hydrologic cycle and genetic classification Cosmic abundance of elements; conditions, Coinage of the Guptas, Land terns of land use; Principles of environmen- of water; Movement of subsurface water; Composition of the planets and meteorites; grants, Decline of urban centres, Indian tal impact assessment and environmental Springs; Porosity, permeability, hydraulic Structure and composition of Earth and feudalism, Caste system, Position of management; Population explosion and conductivity, transmissivity and storage distribution of elements; Trace elements; women, Education and educational food security; Environmental degradation; coefficient, classification of aquifers; Water- Elements of crystal chemistry-types of institutions; Nalanda, Vikramshila and Deforestation, desertification and soil ero- bearing characteristics of rocks; Ground- chemical bonds, coordination number; Vallabhi, Literature, scientific literature, art sion; Problems of agrarian and industrial water chemistry; Salt water intrusion; Types Isomorphism and polymorphism; and architecture. unrest; Regional disparities in economic of wells; Drainage basin morphometry; Elementary thermodynamics. 11. Regional States during Gupta Era: development; Concept of sustainable Exploration for groundwater; Groundwater Natural hazards-floods, mass wasting, The Kadambas, Pallavas, Chalukyas of growth and development; Environmental recharge; Problems and management of costal hazards, earthquakes and volcanic Badami; Polity and Administration, Trade awareness; Linkage of rivers; Globalisation groundwater; Rainwater harvesting; activity and mitigation; Environmental guilds, Literature; growth of Vaishnava and and Indian economy. Engineering properties of rocks; Geolo- impact of urbanization, mining, industrial Saiva religions. Tamil Bhakti movement, NOTE: Candidates will be required to an- gical investigations for dams, tunnels and radioactive waste disposal, use of Shankaracharya; Vedanta; Institutions of swer one compulsory map question perti- highways, railway and bridges; Rock as fertilizers, dumping of mine waste and fly temple and temple architecture; Palas, nent to subjects covered by this paper. construction material; Landslides-causes, ash; Pollution of ground and surface water, Senas, Rashtrakutas, Paramaras, Polity GEOLOGY prevention and rehabilitation; Earthquake- marine pollution; Environment protection - and administration; Cultural aspects. Arab PAPER - I resistant structures. legislative measures in India; Sea level conquest of Sind; Alberuni, The Chalukyas PAPER - II changes: causes and impact. of Kalyana, Cholas, Hoysalas, Pandyas; 1. General Geology: 1. Mineralogy: HISTORY Polity and Administration; local Govern- The Solar System, Meteorites, Origin and Classification of crystals into systems and PAPER - I ment; Growth of art and architecture, interior of the earth and age of earth; classes of symmetry; International system religious sects, Institution of temple and Volcanoes- causes and products, Volcanic 1. Sources: of crystallographic notation; Use of Mathas, Agraharas, education and belts; Earthquakes-causes, effects, Archaeological sources: projection diagrams to represent crystal literature, economy and society. Seismic zones of India; Island arcs, Exploration, excavation, epigraphy, trenches and mid-ocean ridges; symmetry; Elements of X-ray crystallo- 12. Themes in Early Indian Cultural numismatics, monuments History: Continental drifts; Seafloor spreading, graphy. Literary sources: Languages and texts, major stages in the Plate tectonics; Isostasy. Physical and chemical characters of rock forming silicate mineral groups; Structural Indigenous: Primary and secondary; evolution of art and architecture, major 2. Geomorphology and Remote Sensing: classification of silicates; Common minerals poetry, scientific literature, literature, philosophical thinkers and schools, ideas Basic concepts of geomorphology; literature in regional languages, religious of igneous and metamorphic rocks; in Science and Mathematics. Weathering and soil formations; Land- literature. forms, slopes and drainage; Geomorphic Minerals of the carbonate, phosphate, 13. Early Medieval India, 750-1200: sulphide and halide groups; Clay minerals. Foreign accounts: Greek, Chinese and - Polity: Major political developments in cycles and their interpretation; Morphology Arab writers. and its relation to structures and lithology; Optical properties of common rock forming Northern India and the Peninsula, ori- minerals; Pleochroism, extinction angle, 2. Pre-history and Proto-history: gin and the rise of Rajputs Coastal geomorphology; Applications of geomorphology in mineral prospecting, double refraction, birefringence, twinning Geographical factors; hunting and - The Cholas: administration, village and dispersion in minerals. gathering (paleolithic and mesolithic); economy and society civil engineering; Hydrology and 2. Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology: Beginning of agriculture (neolithic and - “Indian Feudalism” environmental studies; Geomorphology of Generation and crystallization of magmas; chalcolithic). Indian subcontinent. - Agrarian economy and urban settle- Crystallization of albite-anorthite, diopside- 3. Indus Valley Civilization: ments Aerial photographs and their interpretation- anorthite and diopside-wollastonite-silica Origin, date, extent, characteristics, decline, - Trade and commerce merits and limitations; The Electromagnetic systems; Bowen’s Reaction Principle; survival and significance, art and spectrum; Orbiting satellites and sensor - Society: the status of the Brahman and Magmatic differentation and assimilation; architecture. systems; Indian Remote Sensing Satellites; the new social order Petrogenetic significance of the textures 4. Megalithic Cultures: Satellites data products; Applications of and structures of igneous rocks; Petro- - Condition of women remote sensing in geology; The Distribution of pastoral and farming cultures graphy and petrogenesis of granite, - Indian science and technology Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and outside the Indus, Development of syenite, diorite, basic and ultrabasic community life, Settlements, Development 14. Cultural Traditions in India, 750-1200: Global Positioning System (GPS) - its groups, charnockite, anorthosite and of agriculture, Crafts, Pottery, and Iron - Philosophy: Skankaracharya and applications. alkaline rocks; Carbonatites; Deccan industry. Vedanta, Ramanuja and Vishishtad- 3. Structural Geology: volcanic province. vaita, Madhva and Brahma-Mimansa 5. Aryans and Vedic Period: Principles of geologic mapping and map Types and agents of metamorphism; - Religion: Forms and features of religion, Expansions of Aryans in India. reading, Projection diagrams, Stress and Metamorphic grades and zones; Phase Tamil devotional cult, growth of Bhakti, strain ellipsoid and stress-strain rule; Facies of regional and contact Vedic Period: Religious and philosophic Islam and its arrival in India, Sufism metamorphism; ACF and AKF diagrams; literature; Transformation from Rig Vedic relationships of elastic, plastic and viscous - Literature: Literature in Sanskrit, growth Textures and structures of metamorphic period to the later Vedic period; Political, materials; Strain markers in deformed rocks; of Tamil literature, literature in the newly rocks; Metamorphism of arenaceous, social and economical life; Significance of Behaviour of minerals and rocks under developing languages, Kalhan’s argillaceous and basic rocks; Minerals the Vedic Age; Evolution of Monarchy and deformation conditions; Folds and faults Rajtarangini, Alberuni’s India assemblages Retrograde metamorphism; Varna system. classification and mechanics; Structural - Art and Architecture: Temple architec- Metasomatism and granitisation, 6. Period of Mahajanapadas: analysis of folds, foliations, lineations, joints ture, sculpture, painting migmatites, Granulite terrains of India. Formation of States (Mahajanapada) : and faults, unconformities; Time-relation- 15. The Thirteenth Century: ship between crystallization and defor- 3. Sedimentary Petrology: Republics and monarchies; Rise of urban Sediments and Sedimentary rocks: centres; Trade routes; Economic growth; - Establishment of the Delhi Sultanate: mation. Processes of formation; digenesis and Introduction of coinage; Spread of Jainism The Ghurian invasions – factors behind 4. Paleontology: and Buddhism; Rise of Magadha and Ghurian success lithification; Clastic and non-clastic rocks- Species- definition and nomenclature; their classification, petrography and Nandas. - Economic, social and cultural conse- Megafossils and Microfossils; Modes of depositional environment; Sedimentary Iranian and Macedonian invasions and quences preservation of fossils; Different kinds of facies and provenance; Sedimentary their impact. - Foundation of Delhi Sultanate and early microfossils; Application of microfossils in structures and their significance; Heavy 7. Mauryan Empire: Turkish Sultans correlation, petroleum exploration, paleo- minerals and their significance; Sedimen- - Consolidation: The rule of Iltutmish and Foundation of the Mauryan Empire, climatic and paleoceanographic studies; tary basins of India. Balban Chandragupta, Kautilya and Arthashastra; Evolutionary trend in Hominidae, Equidae 4. Economic Geology: Ashoka; Concept of Dharma; Edicts; Polity, 16. The Fourteenth Century: and Proboscidae; Siwalik fauna; Ore, ore minerals and gangue, tenor of ore, Administration; Economy; Art, architecture - “The Khalji Revolution” Gondwana flora and fauna and its classification of ore deposits; Process of and sculpture; External contacts; Religion; - Alauddin Khalji: Conquests and territo- importance; Index fossils and their formation of minerals deposits; Controls of Spread of religion; Literature. rial expansion, agrarian and economic significance. ore localization; Ore textures and structu- Disintegration of the empire; Sungas and measures 5. Indian Stratigraphy: res; Metallogenic epochs and provinces; Kanvas. - Muhammad Tughluq: Major projects, Classification of stratigraphic sequences: Geology of the important Indian deposits 8. Post - Mauryan Period (Indo-Greeks, agrarian measures, bureaucracy of lithostratigraphic, biostratigraphic, chro- of aluminium, chromium, copper, gold, iron, Sakas, Kushanas, Western Kshatrapas): Muhammad Tughluq nostratigraphic and magnetostratigraphic lead zinc, manganese, titanium, uranium and thorium and industrial minerals; Contact with outside world; growth of urban - Firuz Tughluq: Agrarian measures, and their interrelationships; Distribution achievements in civil engineering and Deposits of coal and petroleum in India; centres, economy, coinage, development and classification of Precambrian rocks of public works, decline of the Sultanate, National Mineral Policy; Conservation and of religions, Mahayana, social conditions, India; Study of stratigraphic distribution and foreign contacts and Ibn Battuta’s ac- utilization of mineral resources; Marine art, architecture, culture, literature and lithology of Phanerozoic rocks of India with count mineral resources and Law of Sea. science. reference to fauna, flora and economic 17. Society, Culture and Economy in the 5. Mining Geology: 9. Early State and Society in Eastern importance; Major boundary problems- Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries: Cambrian/Precambrian, Permian/Triassic, Methods of prospecting-geological, India, Deccan and South India: geophysical, geochemical and geobotani- - Society: composition of rural society, Cretaceous/Tertiary and Pliocene/ Kharavela, The Satavahanas, Tamil States ruling classes, town dwellers, women, cal; Techniques of sampling; Estimation of Pleistocene; Study of climatic conditions, of the Sangam Age; Administration, religious classes, caste and slavery reserves or ore; Methods of exploration and paleogeography and igneous activity in the economy, land grants, coinage, trade under the Sultanate, Bhakti movement, mining metallic ores, industrial minerals, Indian subcontinent in the geological past; marine mineral resources and building guilds and urban centres; Buddhist centres; Sufi movement Tectonic framework of India; Evolution of stones; Mineral beneficiation and ore Sangam literature and culture; Art and - Culture: Persian literature, literature in the Himalayas. dressing. architecture. the regional languages of North India,
  • 14. 34 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 literature in the languages of South In- PAPER - II beginning of the Civil Disobedience (iv) The Chinese Revolution of 1949 dia, Sultanate architecture and new 1. European Penetration into India: movement; the two phases of the Civil 22. World Wars: structural forms, painting, evolution of a The Early European Settlements; The Disobedience Movement; Simon (i) 1st and 2nd World Wars as Total composite culture Portuguese and the Dutch; The English and Commission; The Nehru Report; the Wars: Societal implications- Economy: Agricultural production, rise the French East India Companies; Their Round Table Conferences; Nationalism (ii) World War I: Causes and conse- of urban economy and non-agricultural struggle for supremacy; Carnatic Wars; and the Peasant Movements; Nationalism quences production, trade and commerce Bengal -The conflict between the English and Working class movements; Women and Indian youth and students in Indian (iii) World War II: Causes and conse-18. The Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth and the Nawabs of Bengal; Siraj and the quenceCentury – Political Developments and English; The Battle of Plassey; Significance politics (1885-1947); the election of 1937 and the formation of ministries; Cripps 23. The World after World War II:Economy: of Plassey. Mission; the Quit India Movement; the (i) Emergence of two power blocs- Rise of Provincial Dynasties: Bengal, 2. British Expansion in India: Wavell Plan; The Cabinet Mission. (ii) Emergence of Third World and Kashmir (Zainul Abedin), Gujarat, Bengal – Mir Jafar and Mir Kasim; The Malwa, Bahmanids 10. Constitutional Developments in the non-alignment Battle of Buxar; Mysore; The Marathas; The Colonial India between 1858 and 1935 (iii) UNO and the global disputes.- The Vijayanagra Empire three Anglo-Maratha Wars; The Punjab. 11. Other strands in the National Move- 24. Liberation from Colonial Rule:- Lodis 3. Early Structure of the British Raj: ment- Mughal Empire, First phase: Babur and The early administrative structure; From (i) Latin America-Bolivar The Revolutionaries: Bengal, the Punjab, Humayun diarchy to direct control; The Regulating (ii) Arab World-Egypt Maharashtra, U.P, the Madras Presidency,- The Sur Empire: Sher Shah’s adminis- Act (1773); The Pitt’s India Act (1784); The (iii) Africa-Apartheid to Democracy Outside India. tration Charter Act (1833); The voice of free trade (iv) South-East Asia-Vietnam and the changing character of British The Left; The Left within the Congress:- Portuguese Colonial enterprise Jawaharlal Nehru, Subhas Chandra Bose, 25. Decolonization and Underdevelop- colonial rule; The English utilitarian and- Bhakti and Sufi Movements the Congress Socialist Party; the ment: India.19. The Fifteenth and early Sixteenth Communist Party of India, other left parties. (i) Factors constraining develop- 4. Economic Impact of British ColonialCentury – Society and Culture: 12. Politics of Separatism; the Muslim ment: Latin America, Africa Rule:- Regional cultural specificities League; the Hindu Mahasabha; 26. Unification of Europe: (a) Land revenue settlements in British- Literary traditions Communalism and the politics of partition; (i) Post War Foundations: NATO and India; The Permanent Settlement; Ryotwari Transfer of power; Independence. European Community- Provincial architecture Settlement; Mahalwari Settlement; Economic impact of the revenue 13. Consolidation as a Nation; Nehru’s (ii) Consolidation and Expansion of- Society, culture, literature and the arts arrangements; Commercialization of Foreign Policy; India and her neighbours European Community in Vijayanagara Empire. agriculture; Rise of landless agrarian (1947-1964); The linguistic reorganisation (iii) European Union.20. Akbar: of States (1935-1947); Regionalism and labourers; Impoverishment of the rural 27. Disintegration of Soviet Union and the- Conquests and consolidation of the regional inequality; Integration of Princely society. Rise of the Unipolar World: Empire States; Princes in electoral politics; the (b) Dislocation of traditional trade and (i) Factors leading to the collapse of- Establishment of Jagir and Mansab sys- Question of National Language. commerce; De-industrialisation; Decline of Soviet communism and the So- tems traditional crafts; Drain of wealth; Economic 14. Caste and Ethnicity after 1947; viet Union, 1985-1991- Rajput policy transformation of India; Railroad and Backward castes and tribes in post- colonial electoral politics; Dalit movements. (ii) Political Changes in Eastern Eu-- Evolution of religious and social out- communication network including tele- rope 1989-2001. look, theory of Sulh-i-kul and religious graph and postal services; Famine and 15. Economic development and political change; Land reforms; the politics of (iii) End of the cold war and US as- policy poverty in the rural interior; European planning and rural reconstruction; Ecology cendancy in the World as the lone business enterprise and its limitations.- Court patronage of art and technology and environmental policy in post - colonial superpower. 5. Social and Cultural Developments:21. Mughal Empire in the Seventeenth India; Progress of science. LAW The state of indigenous education, itsCentury: 16. Enlightenment and Modern ideas: PAPER - I dislocation; Orientalist-Anglicist contro-- Major administrative policies of versy, The introduction of western (i) Major ideas of Enlightenment: Kant, Constitutional and Administrative Law Jahangir, Shahjahan and Aurangzeb education in India; The rise of press, Rousseau 1. Constitution and Constitutionalism: The- The Empire and the Zamindars literature and public opinion; The rise of (ii) Spread of Enlightenment in the distinctive features of the Constitution.- Religious policies of Jahangir, modern vernacular literature; Progress of colonies 2. Fundamental rights – Public interest Shahjahan and Aurangzeb science; Christian missionary activities in (iii) Rise of socialist ideas (up to Marx); litigation; Legal Aid; Legal services India. spread of Marxian Socialism. authority.- Nature of the Mughal State 6. Social and Religious Reform 17. Origins of Modern Politics: 3. Relationship between fundamental- Late Seventeenth century crisis and the movements in Bengal and Other Areas: (i) European States System. rights, directive principles and fundamental revolts Ram Mohan Roy, The Brahmo Movement; (ii) American Revolution and the Consti- duties.- The Ahom Kingdom Devendranath Tagore; Iswarchandra tution. 4. Constitutional position of the President- Shivaji and the early Maratha Kingdom. Vidyasagar; The Young Bengal Movement; and relation with the Council of Ministers. (iii) French revolution and aftermath, 1789-22. Economy and Society in the Sixteenth Dayanada Saraswati; The social reform 5. Governor and his powers. 1815.and Seventeenth Centuries: movements in India including Sati, widow (iv) American Civil War with reference to 6. Supreme Court and High Courts:- Population, agricultural production, craft remarriage, child marriage etc.; The contribution of Indian renaissance to the Abraham Lincoln and the abolition of (a) Appointments and transfer. production slavery. growth of modern India; Islamic revivalism (b) Powers, functions and jurisdiction.- Towns, commerce with Europe through – the Feraizi and Wahabi Movements. (v) British Democratic Politics, 1815- 7. Centre, States and local bodies: Dutch, English and French companies : 1850; Parliamentary Reformers, Free 7. Indian Response to British Rule: (a) Distribution of legislative powers a trade revolution Traders, Chartists. Peasant movements and tribal uprisings between the Union and the States.- Indian mercantile classes, banking, in- in the 18 th and 19th centuries including the 18. Industrialization: (b) Local bodies. surance and credit systems Rangpur Dhing (1783), the Kol Rebellion (i) English Industrial Revolution: Causes and Impact on Society (c) Administrative relationship among- Condition of peasants, condition of (1832), the Mopla Rebellion in Malabar Union, State and Local Bodies. women (1841-1920), the Santal Hul (1855), Indigo (ii) Industrialization in other countries: Rebellion (1859-60), Deccan Uprising USA, Germany, Russia, Japan (d) Eminent domain – State property –- Evolution of the Sikh community and the (1875) and the Munda Ulgulan (1899- common property – community Khalsa Panth (iii) Industrialization and Globaliza- 1900); The Great Revolt of 1857 - Origin, tion. property.23. Culture in the Mughal Empire: character, causes of failure, the 8. Legislative powers, privileges and- Persian histories and other literature 19. Nation-State System: consequences; The shift in the character immunities.- Hindi and other religious literature of peasant uprisings in the post-1857 (i) Rise of Nationalism in 19th cen- tury 9. Services under the Union and the States:- Mughal architecture period; the peasant movements of the (ii) Nationalism: state-building in Ger- (a) Recruitment and conditions of 1920s and 1930s.- Mughal painting many and Italy services; Constitutional safeguards; 8. Factors leading to the birth of Indian- Provincial architecture and painting (iii) Disintegration of Empires in the Administrative tribunals. Nationalism; Politics of Association; The- Classical music Foundation of the Indian National face of the emergence of nation- (b) Union Public Service Commission and- Science and technology Congress; The Safety-valve thesis relating alities across the world. State Public Service Commissions – to the birth of the Congress; Programme 20. Imperialism and Colonialism: Power and functions24. The Eighteenth Century: and objectives of Early Congress; the social (i) South and South-East Asia (c) Election Commission – Power and- Factors for the decline of the Mughal composition of early Congress leadership; (ii) Latin America and South Africa functions. Empire the Moderates and Extremists; The 10. Emergency provisions.- The regional principalities: Nizam’s (iii) Australia Partition of Bengal (1905); The Swadeshi 11. Amendment of the Constitution. Deccan, Bengal, Awadh Movement in Bengal; the economic and (iv) Imperialism and free trade: Rise political aspects of Swadeshi Movement; of neo-imperialism. 12. Principles of natural justice – Emerging- Maratha ascendancy under the The beginning of revolutionary extremism 21. Revolution and Counter-Revolution: trends and judicial approach. Peshwas in India. (i) 19th Century European revolu- 13. Delegated legislation and its consti-- The Maratha fiscal and financial sys- 9. Rise of Gandhi; Character of Gandhian tions tutionality. tem nationalism; Gandhi’s popular appeal; (ii) The Russian Revolution of 1917- 14. Separation of powers and constitutional- Emergence of Afghan Power, Battle of Rowlatt Satyagraha; the Khilafat 1921 governance. Panipat:1761 Movement; the Non-cooperation (iii) Fascist Counter-Revolution, Italy 15. Judicial review of administrative action.- State of politics, culture and economy Movement; National politics from the end and Germany. 16. Ombudsman: Lokayukta, Lokpal etc. on the eve of the British conquest of the Non-cooperation movement to the
  • 15. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 35 International Law 4. Performance and discharge of Aqamahul Fikru Bainal Ijz- (e) Periods of the literary history of Assam 1. Nature and definition of international contracts. e-Wattaabi Nukhbatul from the earliest beginnings, i.e. from law. 5. Quasi- Contracts. Adab, Deptt. of Arabic, the period of the charyyageets with 2. Relationship between international 6. Consequences of breach of contract. A.M.U. Alig. their socio-cultural background : the law and municipal law. 6. Abul Ala Ala Fi Sabil Majdi Ma Ana proto Assamese-Pre-Sankaradeva- 7. Contract of indemnity, guarantee and Al-Maarri : Faailu Sankaradeva-post Sankaradeva- 3. State recognition and state insurance. Modern period (from the coming of the succession. 8. Contract of agency. To Britishers)-Post-Independence pe- 4. Law of the sea: Inland waters, territorial 9. Sale of goods and hire purchase. Wa Ya Nafsu Jiddi Inna riod. Special emphasis is to be given sea, contiguous zone, continental 10. Formation and dissolution of Dahraki Hazilu on the Vaisnavite period, the gonaki shelf, exclusive economic zone, high partnership. Majmuatul Minan Nazm- and the post-Independence period. seas. i-Wan Nasr, Jamia Salafia, 11. Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881. PAPER-II 5. Individuals: Nationality, statelessness; Varanasi 12. Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. This paper will require first-hand reading Human rights and procedures 7. Shauqi : Wulidal Huda Falkainatu 13. Standard form contracts. of the texts prescribed and will be designed available for their enforcement. Diau to test the candidates’ critical ability. An- 6. Territorial jurisdiction of States, Contemporary Legal Developments To swers must be written in Assamese extradition and asylum. 1. Public Interest Litigation. Makhtara Illa Dinakal Section-A 7. Treaties: Formation, application, 2. Intellectual property rights – Concept, Fuqarau Rãmãyana (Ayodhya Kãnda only)-by termination and reservation. types/prospects. Salamun Neeli Ya Madhava Kandali. 8. United Nations: Its principal organs, 3. Information Technology Law including Ghandi (complete) Pãrijãt-Harana-by Sankaradeva. powers, functions and reform. Cyber Laws – Concept, purpose/ Shauqiat prospects. Rãsakrïdã-by Sankaradeva (From Kirtana 9. Peaceful settlement of disputes – 8. Hafiz Rajatu Linafsi Fattahamtu Ghosa). different modes. 4. Competition Law- Concept, purpose/ Ibrahim : Hasati (complete) Bargeet-by Madhavadeva 10. Lawful recourse to force: aggression, prospects. Nukhbatul Adab Rãjasûya-by Madhavadeva. self-defence, intervention. 5. Alternate Dispute Resolution – Concept, types/prospects. 9. Ilya Abu Damatun Kharsao Kãthã-Bhãgavata (Books I and II)-by 11. Fundamental principles of internat- 6. Major statutes concerning environ- Madi : (complete) Baikunthanath Bhattacharyya. ional humanitarian law – International conventions and contemporary mental law. Mukhtarat Minal Sher Al Gurucarit-Kathã (Sankaradeva’s Part only)- developments. 7. Right to Information Act. Arabi Al Hadith, M.M. ed. by Maheswar Neog. Badwi Section-B 12. Legality of the use of nuclear weapons; 8. Trial by media. ban on testing of nuclear weapons; Section-B Mor Jeevan Soñwaran-by Lakshminath Literature of the following languages Nuclear – non proliferation treaty, CTBT. (A) AUTHORS Bezbaroa. NOTE (i) : A candidate may be required 13. International terrorism, state to answer some or all the questions in Authors Books Lessons Kripãbar Barbaruãr Kãkatar Topola-by sponsored terrorism, hijacking, the language concerned. 1. Ibnul Muqaffa Kalilah Wa Dimnah Lakshminath Bezbaroa. international criminal court. Al Asad Wal Thaur Pratimã-by Chandra Kumar Agarwalla. NOTE (ii) : In regard to the languages in- 14. New international economic order and cluded in the Eighth Schedule to Consti- 2. Al-Jahiz Mukhtarat Min Adabil Gãoñburhã-by Padmanath Gohain Barua. monetary law: WTO, TRIPS, GATT, tution, the scripts will be the same as Arab Bakhilun Hakim Monamatî-by Rajanikanta Bordoloi. IMF, World Bank. indicated in Section-II (B) of Appendix I (complete) Purani Asamîyã Sãhitya-by Banikanta 15. Protection and improvement of the relating to Main Examination. Part II By : S.A. Hasan Kakati. human environment: International NOTE (iii) : Candidates should note that Ali Nadwi Kãrengar Ligirî-by Jyotiprasad Agarwalla efforts. the questions not required to be answered 3. Ibn Khaldun Muqaddamah Jeevanar Bãtat-by Bina Barwa (Birinchi PAPER - II in a specific language will have to be an- Araun Fit Talim (com- Kumar Barua) Law of Crimes swered in the language medium indicated plete) by them for answering papers on Essay, Mrityunjoy-by Birendrakumar 1. General principles of criminal liability: 4. Mahmud Taimur Qalar Rawi A m General Studies and Optional Subjects. Bhattachary-ya Mens rea and actus reus, mens rea in Mutawalli (complete) Samrãt-by Navakanta Barua. statutory offences. ARABIC 5. Taufiqual Hakim Masrahiyat Sirrul 2. Kinds of punishment and emerging PAPER-I Muntahira (complete) BENGALI trends as to abolition of capital (Answers must be written in Arabic) 6. Abbas Mahmud Aqqad Mukhtarat Min PAPER-I punishment. Adabil Arab-II History of Language and Literature. Section-A 3. Preparation and criminal attempt. Assiddiq (complete) Answers must be written in Bengali. 1. (a) Origin and development of the lan- 4. General exceptions. guage-an outline. (B) STUDY OF INDIAN AUTHORS Section-A 5. Joint and constructive liability. (b) Significant features of the grammar 1. Ghulam Ali Azad Bilgrami Topics from the History of Bangla language 6. Abetment. of the language, Rhetorics, Prosody. 2. Shah Walullah Dehlavi 1. The chronological track from Proto 7. Criminal conspiracy. (c) Short Essay in Arabic. 3. Zulfiqar Ali Deobandl Indo-European to Bangla (Family tree 4. Abdul Aziz Meman with branches and approximate dates). 8. Offences against the State. Section-B 9. Offences against public tranquility. 5. Syed Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadwi 2. Historical stages of Bangla (Old, 2. Literary History and Literary Criticism : Socio-Cultural Background, Classical lit- Middle, New) and their linguistic fea- 10. Offences against human body. ASSAMESE erature, literary movements, modern tures. 11. Offences against property. PAPER-I trends, origin and development of modern 3. Dialects of Bangla and their distin- 12. Offences against women. (Answers must be written in Assamese) guishing characteristics. prose : drama, novel, short story, essay. 13. Defamation. Section-A 4. Elements of Bangla Vocabulary. PAPER-II 14. Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988. Language 5. Forms of Bangla Literary Prose-Sadhu This paper will require first hand reading 15. Protection of Civil Rights Act 1955 and of the texts prescribed and will be designed (a) History of the origin and development and Chalit. subsequent legislative developments. to test the candidate’s critical ability. An- of the Assamese language-its position 6. Processes of language change rel- 16. Plea bargaining. swers must be written in Arabic. among the Indo-Aryan Languages- evant for Bangla. periods in its history. Law of Torts Section-A Apinihiti (Anaptyxis), Abhishruti (um- (b) Developments of Assamese prose. laut), Murdhanyibhavan 1. Nature and definition. POETS : (c) Vowels and consonants of the Assa- (cerebralization), Nasikyibhavan (Na- 2. Liability based upon fault and strict 1. Imraul Qais : Qifa Nabke Min Zikra mese languages-rules of phonetic salization), Samibhavan (Assimila- liability; Absolute liability. Habibin Wa Manzili changes with stress on Assamese tion), Sadrishya (Analogy), 3. Vicarious liability including State (complete) coming down from Old Indo-Aryan. Svaragama (Vowel insertion)-Adi liability. Al Muallaqatus Saba Svaragama, Madhya Svaragama or (d) Assamese vocabulary-and its 4. General defences. 2. Hassan : Lillahi Darru Isabatin sources. Svarabhakti, Antya Svaragama, 5. Joint tort feasors. bin Thabit Nadamtuhum (complete) (e) Morphology of the language-conjuga- Svarasangati (Vowel hormony), y- Diwan Hassan Bin Thabit tion-enclitic definitives and pleonastic shruti and w-shruti. 6. Remedies. 3. Jarir : Hayyu Umamata suffixes. 7. Problems of standardization and re- 7. Negligence. Wazkuru Ahdan Mada (f) Dilectical divergences-the standard form of alphabet and spelling, and 8. Defamation. those of transliteration and To colloquial and the Kamrupi dialect in 9. Nuisance. particulars. Romanization. Jalbas Sifahi Wa 10. Conspiracy. Damiatin Bikila (g) Assamese scripts-its evolution through 8. Phonology, Morphology and Syntax 11. False imprisonment. the ages till 19th century A.D. of Modern Bangla. Nukhbatul Deptt. of Arabic, A.M.U. Section-B (Sounds of Modern Bangla, Conjuncts; 12. Malicious prosecution. Adab : Aligarh word formations, compounds; basic sen- 13. Consumer Protection Act, 1986. 4. Farzdaq : Hazal Lazi Tariful Batha- Literary Criticism and Literary History tence patterns.) Law of Contracts and Mercantile Law o-Watatuhu (complete) (a) Principles of Literary criticism upto New Section-B Majmuatun Minan Nazm- criticism. 1. Nature and formation of contract/E- Topics from the History of Bangla Literature. i-Wan Nasr, Jamia (b) Different literary genres. contract. 1. Periodization of Bangla Literature : Salafiah, Varanasi (c) Development of literary forms in 2. Factors vitiating free consent. 5. Al Mutanabbi : Ya Ukhta Khair-e-Akhin Old Bangla and Middle Bangla. Assamese. 3. Void, voidable, illegal and unenfor- Ya Binta Khair-e-Abin 2. Points of difference between modern (d) Development of literary criticism in ceable agreements. To and pre-modern Bangla Literature. Assamese.
  • 16. 36 Employment News 11 - 17 February 20123. Roots and reasons behind the emer- 5. Translation Literature. Section-B Azadi Bad Di Dogri Kavita gence of modernity in Bangla Literature. Paper-II 1. Socio-Economic/Political/Educational/ The following poets :4. Evolution of various Middle Bangla The Paper will require first-hand reading Sports/Science and Technological Kishan Smailpuri, Tara Smailpuri, forms : Mangal kavyas, Vaishnava lyr- of the texts prescribed and will be de- Development since 1979. Mohan Lal Sapolia, Yash Sharma, ics, Adapted narratives (Ramayana, signed to test the critical ability of the 2. Critical appreciation of major literary K.S. Madhukar, Padma Sachdev, Mahabharata, Bhagavata) and reli- candidates. works in post-liberation period (1949 Jitendra Udhampuri, Charan Singh gious biographies. (Answers must be written in Bodo) till date) : and Prakash Premi.5. Secular forms in middle Bangla litera- Section-A a) Gu Hua : The Town Called 3. Sheeraza Dogri Number 102, Ghazal ture. Hibiscus Ank. (a) Khonthai-Methai6. Narrative and lyric trends in the nine- (Furongzhen) The following poets : (Edited by Madaram Brahma & teenth century Bangla poetry. b) Chen Rong : Till the Middle Age Ram Lal Sharma, Ved Pal Deep, N.D. Rupnath Brahma).7. Development of prose. (Ren dao Jamwal, Shiv Ram Deep, Ashwini (b) Hathorkhi-Hala8. Bangla dramatic literature (nineteenth Zhongnian) Magotra and Virendra Kesar. (Edited by Pramod Chandra Brahma) century, Tagore, Post-1944 Bangla c) Liu Xinwu : The Class-in- 4. Sheeraza Dogri Number 147, Ghazal drama). (c) Boroni Gudi Sibsa Arw Aroz : Madaram Charge (Ban Ank Brahma. Zhuren)9. Tagore and post-Tagoreans. The following poets : (d) Raja Nilambar : Dwarendra Nath d) Lu Yao : The Human10. Fiction, major authors : R.N. Shastri, Jitendra Udhampuri, Basumatary. Existence (Bankimchandra, Tagore, Champa Sharma and Darshan Darshi. (e) Bibar (Prose section) (Rensheng) Saratchandra, Bibhutibusan, 5. Ramayan (Epic) by Shambhu Nath Tarasankar, Manik). (Edited by Satish Chandra Basumatary) e) Ai Qing : Fish Fossil, The Sharma (upto Ayodhya Kand)11. Women and Bangla literature : cre- Section-B Mirror, The 6. Veer Gulab (Khand Kavya) by Dinoo ators and created. (a) Gibi Bithai (Aida Nwi) : Bihuram Boro Gardener’s Dream, Bhai Pant. The Hunter Who PAPER-II (b) Radab : Samar Brahma Chaudhury Section-B Drew BirdsPrescribed texts for close study. (c) Okhrang Gongse Nangou : Brajendra Prose f) Shu Ting : Motherland, MyAnswers must be written in Bengali. Kumar Brahma Beloved Mother- 1. Ajakani Dogri Kahani Section-A (d) Baisagu Arw Harimu : Laksheswar land. The following short story writers : Brahma.1. Vaishnava Padavali (Calcutta Univer- DOGRI Madan Mohan Sharma, Narendrasity) (e) Gwdan Boro : Manoranjan Lahary PAPER-I Khajuria and B.P. Sathe. Poems of Vidyapati, Chandidas, (f) Jujaini Or : Chittaranjan Muchahary History of Dogri Language and Literature 2. Ajakani Dogri Kahani Part-IIJnanadas, Govindadas and Balaramdas. (g) Mwihoor : Dharanidhar Wary (Answers must be written in Dogri) The following Short Story writters :2. Chandimangal Kalketu episode by (h) Hor Badi Khwmsi : Kamal Kumar Section-A Ved Rahi, Narsingh Dev Jamwal, OmMukunda (Sahitya Akademi). Brahma History of Dogri Language Goswami, Chhattrapal, Lalit Magotra,3. Chaitanya Charitamrita Madya Lila, by (i) Jaolia Dewan : Mangal Singh Hozowary Chaman Arora and Ratan Kesar.Krishnadas Kaviraj (Sahitya Akademi). (j) Hagra Guduni Mwi : Nilkamal Brahma. 1. Dogri language : Origin and develop- ment through different stages. 3. Khatha Kunj Bhag II4. Meghnadbadh Kavya by Madhusudan CHINESE The following Story writters :Dutta. 2. Linguistic boundaries of Dogri and its PAPER-I dialects. Om Vidyarthi, Champa Sharma and5. Kapalkundala by Bankimchandra This paper will require the candidates to Krishan SharmaChattarjee. 3. Characteristic features of Dogri lan- have a good knowledge of standard Chi- guage. 4. Meel Patthar (collection of short sto-6. Samya and Bangadesher Krishak by nese language and its characteristics so ries) by Bandhu SharmaBankimchandra Chatterjee. 4. Structure of Dogri Language : as to test the candidate’s organisational 5. Kaiddi (Novel) by Desh Bandhu Dogra7. Sonar Tari by Rabindranath Tagore. capabilities. All the questions except the (a) Sound Structure : Nutan8. Chhinnapatravali by Rabindranath question on translation from Chinese to Segmental : Vowels and Consonants 6. Nanga Rukkh (Novel) by O.P. SharmaTagore. English must be answered in Chinese. All Non-Segmental : Length, Stress, Na- Sarathi. Section-B the questions carry equal marks. salization, Tone and Juncture. 7. Nayaan (Drama) by Mohan Singh.9. Raktakarabi by Rabindranath Tagore. Section-A (b) Morphology of Dogri : 8. Satrang (A collection of one act plays)10. Nabajatak by Rabindranath Tagore. 1. Essay writing in about 500 Chinese (i) Inflection Categories : Gender, Num- characters on a topical subject. ber, Case, Person, Tense and Voice. The following pay wrights :11. Grihadaha by Saratchandra Chatter- Vishwa Nath Khajuria, Ram Nathjee. 2. Translation : (ii) Word Formation : use of prefixes, infixes and suffixes. Shastri, Jitendra Sharma, Lalit Magotra12. Prabandha Samgraha Vol. 1, by a) Chinese-English and Madan Mohan Sharma.Pramatha Choudhuri. b) English-Chinese (iii) Vocabulary : Tatsam, tadbhav, foreign and regional. 9. Dogri Lalit Nibandh13. Aranyak by Bibhutibhusan Banerjee 3. Syntactic and grammatical usage. The following authors : (c) Sentence Structure : Major Sentence14. Short stories by Manik Bandyo- Section-B Vishwa Nath Khajuria, Narayan - types and their constituents, agree-padhyay : Atashi Mami, Pragaitihasik, 1. Explanation of idioms and phrases in Mishra, Balkrishan Shastri, Shiv Nath, ment and concord in Dogri syntax.Holud-Pora, Sarisrip, Haraner Natjamai, Chinese. Shyam Lal Sharma, Lakshmi Narayan,Chhoto-Bokulpurer Jatri, Kustharogir Bou, 5. Dogri Language and Scripts : Dogre/ 2. Development of Chinese language Dogra Akkhar, Devanagari and Per- D.C. Prashant, Ved Ghai, KunwarJakey Ghush Ditey Hoy. Viyogi. 3. Comprehension Precis writing. sian.15. Shrestha Kavita by Jibanananda Das. ENGLISH PAPER-II Section-B16. Jagori by Satinath Bhaduri. The syllabus consists of two papers, de- This paper will require the candidates to History of Dogri Literature :17. Ebam Indrajit by Badal Sircar. signed to test a first-hand and critical read- have a good grasp of Chinese studies and 1. A brief account of Pre-independence BODO ing of texts prescribed from the following will be designed to test the candidate’s criti- Dogri Literature : Poetry & Prose. PAPER-I periods in English Literature : Paper I : cal ability. All the questions must be an- 2. Development of modern Dogri Poetry 1600-1900 and Paper II : 1900-1990.History of Bodo Language and Literature swered in Chinese. All the questions carry and main trends in Dogri Poetry. There will be two compulsory questions in (Answers must be written in Bodo) equal marks. 3. Development of Dogri short-story, each paper : a) A short-notes question re- Section-A Section-A main trends & prominent short-story lated to the topics for general study, and b)History of Bodo Language 1. Short notes on topics related to major writers. A critical analysis of UNSEEN passages1. Homeland, language family, its events in modern Chinese history 4. Development of Dogri Novel, main both in prose and verse. present status and its mutual contact (from 1919 till date). trends & contribution of Dogri Novel- PAPER-I with Assamese. ists. 2. Critical evaluation of major literary works Answers must be written in English.2. (a) Phonemes : Vowel and Consonant in pre-liberation period (1919-1949) : 5. Development of Dogri Drama & con- Texts for detailed study are listed below. Phonemes tribution of prominent Playwrights. a) Lao She : Four Generations, Candidates will also be required to show (b) Tones. Rickshaw-puller. 6. Development of Dogri Prose : Essays, adequate knowledge of the following top-3. Morphology : Gender, Case & Case Memoirs & Travelogues. ics and movements : b) Ba Jin : Family. endings, Plural suffix, Definitives, Ver- 7. An introduction to Dogri Folk literature The Renaissance : Elizabethan and Jaco- bal suffix. c) Lu Xum : Medicine, - Folk songs, Folk tales & Ballads. bean Drama; Metaphysical Poetry; The Madman’s Diary.4. Vocabulary and its sources. Paper-II Epic and the Mock-epic; Neo-classicism; The True Story of5. Syntax : Types of sentences, Word Or- Textual Cristisim of Dogri Literature Satire; The Romantic Movement; The Rise Ah Q. der. (Answers must be written in Dogri) of the Novel; The Victorian Age. d) Mao Dun : Midnight Section-A6. History of Scripts used in writing Bodo Section-A Language since inception. e) Ai Quing : Coal’s Reply (Mei 1. William Shakespeare : King Lear and de Duihua), Poetry Section-B The Tempest. Begger (Qigai), I 1. Azadi Paihle Di Dogri Kavita.History of Bodo Literature 2. John Donne. The following poems : Love This Land The following poets :1. General introduction of Bodo folk lit- - Canonization; (Wo Ai Zhe Tudi), Devi Ditta, Lakkhu, Ganga Ram, erature. Old Man (Laoren) Ramdhan, Hardutt, Pahari Gandhi - Death be not proud;2. Contribution of the Missionaries. f) Guo Moruo : The Goddesses. Baba Kanshi Ram & Permanand - The Good Morrow;3. Periodization of Bodo Literature. Almast. - On his Mistress going to bed; 3. Role of Philosophy and Religion in the4. Critical analysis of different genre (Po- Development of Chinese Society. 2. Modern Dogri Poetry - The Relic; etry, Novel, Short Story and Drama)
  • 17. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 37 3. John Milton : Paradise Lost, I, II, IV, IX - Love Poem for a Wife 1 g) Flaubert : Madame Bovary candidate is expected to identify features 4. Alexander Pope. The Rape of the - Small-Scale Reflections on a h) Baudelaire : L’Invitation au Voy- of a literary epoch on the basis of repre- Lock. Great House age, Recueillement. sentative texts. 5. William Wordsworth. The following po- - Obituary L’Albatros. 2. The Study of literary genres. ems: (All these poems are available in the an- i) Rimbaud : Le Dormeur du Val Candidates must be aware of the charac- - Ode on Intimations of Immortality. thology Ten Twentieth Century Indian Po- j) Verlaine : Chanson d’Automne, teristic features of the different genres like - Tintern Abbey. ets, edited by R. Parthasarthy, published Mon Reve Familier, II Roman, Novelle, Drama, Ballade, Elegie, by Oxford University Press, New Delhi). Pleure Dans mon Marchen, Fabein, Kurzgeschichte. - Three years she grew. Section-B Coeur... Section-B - She dwelt among untrodden ways. 1. Joseph Conrad. Lord Jim Section-B 1. Perceptions of Literary Interpretation. - Michael. 2. James Joyce. Portrait of the Artist 4. XXth Century Candidates should be aware of various as a Young Man. a) Appolinaire : Nuit Rhenane, Le approaches to a critical understanding of - Resolution and Independence. 3. D.H. Lawrence. Sons and Lovers. Pont Mirabeau literature. - The World is too much with us. 4. E.M. Forster. A Passage to India. b) Jacques Prevert : Pour Faire Le 2. Study of Selected Texts. - Milton, thou shouldst be living at 5. Virginia Woolf. Mrs Dalloway. Portrait d’Un Oiseau, a. Goethe : Die Leiden des jungen Werther. this hour. Barbara. b. Schiller : Maria Stuart. - Upon Westminster Bridge. 6. Raja Rao. Kanthapura. c) Paul Eluard : Liberte c. Eichendorff. Gedichte. 6. Alfred Tennyson : In Memoriam. 7. V.S. Naipal. A House for Mr. Biswas. d) Paul Valery : Les Pas, La Fileuse d. Gottfried Keller : Kleider machen Leute. 7. Henrik Ibsen : A Doll’s House. FRENCH e) Andre Gide : La Symphonie e. Thomas Mann : Die vertauschten Kopfe. Section-B PAPER-I pastorale f. Franz Kafka : Vor Dem Gesetz. 1. Jonathan Swift. Gulliver’s Travels. Answers must be written in French ex- f) Camus : L’Etranger cept in the case of question requiring g. Friedrich Durrenmatt : Die Physiker. 2. Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice. g) Sartre : Les Mains Sales translation from French to English. h. Max Frisch : Andorra. 3. Henry Fielding. Tom Jones. h) Lonesco : Rhinoceros Section-A i. Heinrich Boll : Die verlorence Ehre der 4. Charles Dickens. Hard Times. Francophonie : 1. Main trends in French Literature Katharina Blum. 5. George Eliot. The Mill on the Floss. a) Gerard Besette : Le Libraire a) Classicism j. Ingeborg Bachmann : Alles (aus dem 6. Thomas Hardy. Tess of the b) Ananda Devi : Le Voile de Erzahlband : d’Urbervilles. b) Rommanticism Draupadi Das dreBigste 7. Mark Twain. The Adventures of Huck- c) Realism Jahr) c) Cheikh Hamidou : L’Aventure leberry Finn. 2. Art in France k. Rose Auslander : Gedichte. Kane Ambigiüe PAPER-II a) Romanticism l. Christa Wolf : Der geteilte Himmel. d) Abdellatif Laabi : Poemes en Answers must be written in English. b) Realism prose m. Gunter Grass : Zunge zeigen. Texts for detailed study are listed below. c) Impressionism 1. L’Arbre a GUJARATI Candidates will also be required to show 3. The Vth Republic poemes PAPER-I adequate knowledge of the following top- (a) De Gaulle and the Vth Republique (L’Etreinte ics and movements : (Answers must be written in Gujarati) (b) May 1968 du Monde) Modernism; Poets of the Thirties; The Section-A (c) Pompidou 2. Les Reves stream-of-consciousness Novel; Absurd viennent Gujarati Language : Form and history Drama; Colonialism and Post-Colonialism; (d) Giscard d Estaing mourir sur 1. History of Gujarati Language with spe- Indian Writing in English; Marxist, Psycho- (e) Mitterrand cial reference to New Indo-Aryan i.e. la page analytical and Feminist approaches to lit- (f) Chirac (L’Etreinte last one thousand years. erature; Post-Modernism. 4. Translation : French to English (2 pas- du Monde) 2. Significant features of the Gujarati lan- Section-A sages of socio-politico-economic na- 5. Essay of general nature on a contempo- guage: Phonology, morphology and 1. William Butler Yeats. The following po- ture of 200 words each). rary theme. syntax. ems: Section-B GERMAN 3. Major dialects: Surti, Pattani, charotari - Easter 1916 1. Main trends in French Literature PAPER-I and Saurashtri. - The Second Coming a) Symbolism History of Gujarati Literature Answers must be written in German - A Prayer for my daughter. b) Surrealism Section-A Medieval : - Sailing to Byzantium. c) Theatre of the Absurd 1. Structure of Language : 4. Jaina tradition - The Tower. 2. Art in French 5. Bhakti tradition: Sagun and Nirgun Candidates are expected to have a thor- - Among School Children. a) Surrealism ough knowledge of German grammar with (Jnanmargi) - Leda and the Swan. b) Cubism reference to specific aspects such as word 6. Non-sectarian tradition (Laukik - Meru c) Abstract Painting order, syntactic structures and semantics. parampara) - Lapis Lazuli 3. The Vth Republic 2. Essay in German : Modern: - The Second Coming a) Parts politiques en France Candidates are expected to demonstrate 7. Sudharak yug - Byzantium. b) Place et rôle du Président de la Ve command over techniques of written ex- 8. Pandit yug Republique pression in German by writing an essay on 9. Gandhi yug 2. T.S. Eliot. The following poems : a contemporary topic of a general nature. 10. Anu-Gandhi yug - The Love Song of J.Alfred c) Le gouvernement Section-B 11. Adhunik yug Prufrock d) Le Parlement 1. Translation of a text of a general na- Section-B - Journey of the Magi. e) Le Senat ture from English into German. - Burnt Norton. 4. Translation : English to French 2 pas- Literary Forms : (Salient features, history 2.Socio-political and cultural history of and development of the following literary 3. W.H. Auden. The following poems : sages of socio-politico-economic na- Germany from the 18th century onwards forms): - Partition ture of 200 words each. with special reference to : (a) Medieval - Musee des Beaux Arts PAPER-II a. Impact of Enlightenment on German 1. Narratives: Rasa, Akhyan and - in Memory of W.B. Yeats Answers must be written in French society and culture Section-A Padyavarta - Lay your sleeping head, my love b. The impact of Prussian culture on Ger- This paper will require an in-depth read- 2. Lyrical: Pada - The Unknown Citizen many. ing of the following texts and the questions (b) Folk - Consider c. Cultural debates in the Weimar Re- will be designed to test the candidate’s criti- 3. Bhavai - Mundus Et Infans public. cal ability. (c) Modern - The Shield of Achilles d. The concept of culture under National 1. XVIIth Century 4. Fiction: Novel and short story - September 1, 1939 Socialism in Germany. a) Corneille : Le Cid 5. Drama - Petition. e. The development of two German lit- b) Racine : Andromaque eratures and cultures after 1945. 6. Literary Essay 4. John Osborne : Look Back in Anger. c) Moliere : L’Avare f. Reunification of Germany and the 7. Lyrical Poetry 5. Samuel Beckett. Waiting for Godot. 2. XVIIIth Century problems of cultural pluralism. (d) Criticism 6. Philip Larkin. The following poems : Beaumarchais: Le Mariage de Figaro g. The role and relevance of German lan- 8. History of theoretical Gujarati criticism - Next 3. XIXth Century guage and literature in the European 9. Recent research in folk tradition. - Please a) Lamartine : Le lac Le Vallon Union. PAPER-II - Deceptions b) Victor Hugo : La Conscience. Elle PAPER-II (Answers must be written in Gujarati) - Afternoons Avait Pris Ce Pli..... (Answers must be written in German) The paper will require first hand reading - Days Demain, Dés L Aube Section-A of the texts prescribed and will be designed - Mr. Bleaney c) Victor Hugo : Hernani 1. Development of German literature to test the critical ability of the candidate. 7. A.K. Ramanujan. The following po- d) Musset : Souvenir. La Nuit de from the 19th century to the present. Section-A ems : Decembre Candidates should know the main trends, 1. Medieval - Looking for a Causim on a Swing e) Marimee : Colomba representative authors and their important (i) Vasantvilas phagu-AJNATKRUT - A River f) Balzac : Eugenie Grandet works. The emphasis is not on collecting (ii) Kadambari-BHALAN - Of Mothers, among other Things information on works and authors, but the
  • 18. 38 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012(iii) Sudamacharitra-PREMANAND c. Prominent trends of modern Hindi Po- Sarvashreshtha Sreekantaiah (Ta.Vem. Smaraka(iv) Chandrachandravatini varta-SHAMAL etry : Chhayavad, Pragativad, Proyogvad, Kahaniyan, Ed. Amrit Rai/ Grantha Male, Mysore) Nai Kavita, Navgeet and Contemporary Manjusha - Prem Chand ki 4. Kumaravyasa Bharata : Karna Parva(v) Akhegeeta-AKHO poetry and Janvadi Kavita. Sarvashreshtha Kahani- (Mysore University)2. Sudharakyug & Pandityug Prominent Poets : Maithili Sharan yan, Ed. Amrit Rai. 5. Bharatesha Vaibhava Sangraha Ed. Ta.(vi) Mari Hakikat-NARMADASHANKAR Gupta, Prasad, Nirala, Mahadevi, Dinkar, 6. Prasad : Skandgupta Su. Shama Rao (Mysore University) DAVE Agyeya, Muktibodh, Nagarjun. 7. Yashpal : Divya Section-B(vii) Farbasveerah- DALPATRAM III. Katha Sahitya 8. Phaniswar Nath Renu : Maila Anchal A. MODERN KANNADA LITERATURE(viii)Saraswatichandra-Part-I GOVAR- A. Upanyas & Realism DHANRAM TRIPATHI 9. Mannu Bhandari : Mahabhoj 1. Poetry : Hosagannada Kavite, Ed : B. The origin and development of Hindi 10. Rajendra Yadav : Ek Dunia G.H. Nayak (Kannada Saahitya(ix) Purvalap- KANT (MANISHANKAR Novels. RATNAJI BHATT) Samanantar (All Stories) Parishattu, Bangalore) C. Prominent Novelists : Premchand, KANNADA 2. Novel : Bettada Jeeva-Shivarama(x) Raino Parvat-RAMANBHAI NEEL- Jainendra, Yashpal, Renu and Bhism KANTH PAPER-I Karanta Madhavi-Arupama Niranjana Sahani. Odalaala-Devanuru Mahadeva Section-B D. The origin and development of Hindi (Answers must be written in Kannada) 3. Short Story : Kannada Sanna1. Gandhiyug & Anu Gandhiyug short story. Section-A Kathegalu, Ed. G.H. Nayak (Sahitya(i) Hind Swaraj-MOHANDAS KAR- E. Prominent short Story Writers : A. History of Kannada Language Academy, New Delhi). MACHAND GANDHI Premchand, Prasad, Agyeya, Mohan What is Language? General 4. Drama : Shudra Tapaswi-Kuvempu.(ii) Patanni Prabhuta- KANHAIYALAL Rakesh & Krishna Shobti. charecteristics of Language. Dravidian Tughlak-Girish Karnad. MUNSHI IV. Drama & Theatre Family of Languages and its specific 5. Vichara Saahitya : Devaru-A.N. Moorty(iii) Kavyani Shakti- RAMNARAYAN A. The origin & Development of Hindi features, Antiquity of Kannada Lan- Rao (Pub : D.V.K. Moorty, Mysore.) VISH-WANATH PATHAK Drama. guage, Different Phases of its Develop- ment. B. FOLK LITERATURE :(iv) Saurashtrani Rasdhar Part 1- ZAVER- B. Prominent Dramatists : Bharatendu, Dialects of Kannada Language : 1. Janapada Swaroopa-Dr. H.M. Nayak. CHAND MEGHANI Prasad, Jagdish Chandra Mathur, Ram Regional and Social Various aspects of (Ta. Vem. Smaraka Grantha Male,(v) Manvini Bhavai-PANNALAL PATEL Kumar Verma, Mohan Rakesh. Mysore.) development of Kannada Language :(vi) Dhvani-RAJENDRA SHAH C. The development of Hindi Theatre. 2. Janapada Geetaanjali-Ed.D. Javare phonological and Semantic changes.2. Adhunik yug V. Criticism Language borrowing. Gowda. (Pub : Sahitya Academy, New(vii) Saptapadi-UMASHANKAR JOSHI A. The origin and development of Hindi B. History of Kannada Literature Delhi.)(viii)Janantike- SURESH JOSHI criticism : Saiddhantik, Vyavharik, 3. Kannada Janapada Kathegalu-Ed. Ancient Kannada literature : Influence(ix) Ashwatthama- SITANSHU YASH- Pragativadi, Manovishleshanvadi & Nai J.S. Paramashivaiah, (Mysore Univer- and Trends. Poets for study : Specified ASCHANDRA Alochana. sity.) poets from Pampa to Ratnakara Varni are B. Prominent critics : Ramchandra to be studied in the light of contents, form 4. Beedi Makkalu Beledo. Ed. HINDI Shukla, Hajari Prasad Dwivedi, Ram Vilas and expression : Pampa, Janna, Kalegowda Nagavara (Pub : Banga- PAPER-I Sharma & Nagendra. Nagachandra. lore University.) (Answers must be written in Hindi) VI. The other forms of Hindi prose-Lalit Medieval Kannada literature : Influence 5. Savirada Ogatugalu-Ed : S.G. Section-A Nibandh, Rekhachitra, Sansmaran, Yatra- and Trends. Imrapura.1. History of Hindi Language and vrittant. KASHMIRI Vachana literature : Basavanna, Akka Nagari Lipi. PAPER-II Mahadevi. PAPER-II. Grammatical and applied forms of (Answers must be written in Hindi) Medieval Poets : Harihara, Ragha-vanka, (Answers must be written in Kashmiri) Apbhransh, Awahatta & Arambhik This paper will require first hand reading Kumar-Vyasa. Hindi. Section-A of prescribed texts and will test the critical Dasa literature : Purandra and Kanaka.II. Development of Braj and Awadhi as ability of the candidates. 1. Genealogical relationship of the Sangataya : Ratnakaravarni Kashmiri language: various theories. literary language during medieval pe- Section-A riod. C. Modern Kannada literature : 2. Areas of occurrence and dialects (geo- 1. Kabir : Kabir Granthawali, Ed,III. Early form of Khari-boli in Siddha-Nath Influence, trends and idealogies, graphical/social) Shyam Sundar Das (First Sahitya, Khusero, Sant Sahitaya, Navodaya, Pragatishila, Navya, Dalita and 3. Phonology and grammar: hundred Sakhis.) Rahim etc. and Dakhni Hindi. Bandaya. i. Vowel and consonant system; 2. Surdas : Bhramar Gitsar, Ed.IV. Development of Khari-boli and Nagari Section-B ii. Nouns and pronouns with various Ramchandra Shukla (First Lipi during 19th Century. hundred Padas) A. Poetics and literary criticism : case inflections;V. Standardisation of Hindi Bhasha & 3. Tulsidas : Ramchrit Manas (Sundar Definition and concepts of poetry : iii. Verbs: various types and tenses. Nagari Lipi. Kand) Kavitawali (Uttar Word, Meaning, Alankara, Reeti, Rasa, 4. Syntactic structure:VI. Development of Hindi as national Lan- Kand). Dhwani, Auchitya. i. Simple , active and declarative guage during freedom movement. 4. Jayasi : Padmawat Ed. Shyam Interpretations of Rasa Sutra. statments;VII. The development of Hindi as a Na- Sundar Das (Sinhal Dwip Modern Trends of literary criticism : ii. Coordination; tional Language of Union of India. Khand & Nagmativiyog Formalist, Historical, Marxist, Feminist, iii. Relativisation.VIII. Scientific & Technical development of Khand) Post-colonial criticism. Section-B Hindi Language. 5. Bihari : Bihari Ratnakar Ed. B. Cultural History of Karnataka 1. Kashmiri literature in the 14th centuryIX. Prominent dialects of Hindi and their Jagnnath Prasad Contribution of Dynasties to the culture (Socio-cultural and intellectual back- inter- relationship. Ratnakar (First 100 of Karnataka : Chalukyas of Badami and ground with special reference to LalX. Salient features of Nagari Lipi and the Dohas) Kalyani, Rashtrakutas, Hoysalas, Dyad and Sheikhul Alam) efforts for its reform & Standard form of 6. Maithili : Bharat Bharati Vijayanagara rulers, in literary context. 2. Nineteenth century Kashmiri literature Hindi. Sharan Major religions of Karnataka and their (development of various genres:XI. Grammatical structure of Standard Gupta cultural contributions. vatsun; ghazal; and mathnavi). Hindi. 7. Prasad : Kamayani (Chinta and Arts of Karnataka : Sculpture, Architec- 3. Kashmiri literature in the first half of Section-B Sharddha Sarg) ture, Painting, Music, Dance-in the literary the twentieth century (with special ref- context.2. History of Hindi Literature. 8. Nirala : Rag-Virag, Ed. Ram Vilas erence to Mahjoor and Azad; variousI. The relevance and importance of Hindi Sharma (Ram Ki Shakti Unification of Karnataka and its impact literary influences).literature and tradition of writing History of Puja & Kukurmutta). on Kannada literature. 4. Modern Kashmiri literature (with spe-Hindi Literature. 9. Dinkar : Kurushetra PAPER-II cial refernece to the development ofII. Literary trends of the following four peri- 10. Agyeya : Angan Ke Par Dwar (Answers must be written in Kannada) the short story, drama, novel andods of history of Hindi Literature. (Asadhya Vina) The paper will require first-hand reading nazm).A. Adikal-Sidh, Nath and Raso Sahitya. 11. Muktiboth: Brahma Rakshas of the Texts prescribed and will be de- PAPER-II Prominent poets-Chandvardai, 12. Nagarjun : Badal Ko Ghirte Dekha signed to test the critical ability of the can- (Answers must be written in Kashmiri)Khusaro, Hemchandra, Vidyapati. Hai, Akal Ke Bad, Harijan didates. Section-AB. Bhaktikal-Sant Kavyadhara, Sufi Gatha. Section-A 1. Intensive study of Kashmiri poetry uptoKavyadhara, Krishna Bhaktidhara and Section-B A. OLD KANNADA LITERATURE the nineteenth century:Ram Bhaktidhara. 1. Bharatendu : Bharat Durdasha 1. Vikramaarjuna Vijaya of Pampa (can- i) Lal Dyad Prominent Poets-Kabir, Jayasi, Sur & 2. Mohan Rakesh : Ashad Ka Ek Din tos 12 & 13), (Mysore University Pub.) ii) Sheikhul AalamTulsi. 2. Vaddaraadhane (Sukumaraswamyia 3. Ramchandra Shukla : Chintamani iii) Habba KhatoonC. Ritikal-Ritikavya, Ritibaddhakavya & Riti (Part I) Kathe, Vidyutchorana Kathe) 2. Kashmiri poetry: 19th CenturyMukta Kavya. (Kavita Kya Hai] Shraddha B. MEDIEVAL KANNADA LITERATURE : i) Mahmood Gami (Vatsans) Prominent Poets-Keshav, Bihari, Aur Bhakti) 1. Vachana Kammata, Ed: K. ii) Maqbool Shah (Gulrez)Padmakar and Ghananand. 4. Dr. Satyendra : Nibandh Nilaya-Bal Marulasiddappa K.R. Nagaraj (Ban- iii) Rasool Mir (Ghazals)D. Adhunik Kal Krishna Bhatt, galore University Pub.)a. Renaissance, the development of Prose, iv) Abdul Ahad Nadim (Nat) Premchand, Gulab Rai, 2. Janapriya Kanakasamputa, Ed. D.Bharatendu Mandal. Hajari Prasad Dwivedi, v) Krishanjoo Razdan (Shiv Lagun) Javare Gowda (Kannada and Cultureb. Prominent Writers : Bharatendu, Bal Ram Vilas Sharma, vi) Sufi Poets (Text in Sanglaab, pub- Directorate, Bangalore)Krishna Bhatt & Pratap Narain Mishra. Agyeya, Kuber Nath Rai. lished by the Deptt. of Kashmiri, Uni- 3. Nambiyannana Ragale, Ed., T.N. versity of Kashmir) 5. Premchand : Godan, Premchand ki
  • 19. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 39 3. Twentieth Century Kashmiri poetry b) Vadoll ani Varem-A novel by Anto- PART-A cism. (text in Azich Kashir Shairi, published nio Pereira. 1. Vidyapati Geet-Shati-Publisher : Sahitya PAPER-II by the Deptt. of Kashmiri, University of c) Devache Kurpen-a novel by V J P Akademi, New Delhi (Lyrics- 1 to 50) (Answers must be written in Malayalam) Kashmir) Saldanha. 2. Govind Das Bhajanavali-Publisher : This paper will require first hand reading 4. Literary criticism and research work: 3. a) Vajralikhani-Shenoy Goem-bab-An Maithili Academy, Patna (Lyrics - 1 to of the texts prescribed and is designed development and various trends. anthology-ed. by Shantaram Varde 25). to test the candidates critical ability. Section-B Valavalikar 3. Krishnajanm - Manbodh Section-A 1. An analytical study of the short story in b) Konkani Lalit Niband-Essays-ed. by 4. Mithilabhasha Ramayana - Chanda Unit 1 Kashmiri. Shyam Verenkar Jha (only Sunder-Kand) 1.1 Ramacharitam-Patalam 1. i) Afsana Majmua, published by the c) Teen Dasakam-An lAnthology-ed. 5. Rameshwar Charit Mithila Ramayan - 1.2 Kannassaramayanam-Balakandam Deptt. of Kashmiri, University of Kash- by Chandrakant Keni. Lal Das (only Bal-kand) first 25 stanzas. mir. 4. a) Demand-Drama-by Pundalik Naik 6. Keechak-Vadh-Tantra Nath Jha. 1.3 Unnunilisandesam-Purvabhagam 25 ii) Kashur Afsana Az, published by the b) Kadambini- A miscellany of mod- 7. Datta-Vati-Surendra Jha Suman (only slokas including Prastavana Sahitya Akademi ern Prose-ed. by Prof. OJF Gomes & 1st and 2nd Cantos). 1.4 Mahabharatham Kilippattu- iii) Hamasar Kashur Afsana, published Smt. P.S. Tadkodkar. 8. Chitra-Yatri Bhishmaparvam. by the Sahitya Akademi c) Ratha Tujeo Ghudieo-by Smt. 9. Samakaleen Maithili Kavita - Publisher Unit 2 The following short story writers only: Jayanti Naik. : Sahitaya Akademi, New Delhi. Akhtar Mohi-ud-Din, Kamil, Hari Krishan 2.1 Kumaran Asan-Chintavisthayaya Sita. Section-B PART-B Kaul, Hraday Kaul Bharti, Bansi Nirdosh, 2.2 Vailoppilli-Kutiyozhikkal. Poetry 10. Varna Ratnakar - Jyotirishwar (only Gulshan Majid. 2.3 G. Sankara Kurup-Perunthachan. 1. a) Ev ani Mori: Poetry by Eduardo 2nd Kallol) 2. Novel in Kashmiri: Bruno de Souza. 2.4 N.V. Krishna Variar-Tivandiyile Pattu. 11. Khattar Kakak Tarang - Hari Mohan i) Mujrim by G.N. Gowhar b) Abravanchem Yadnyadan-by Luis Unit 3 Jha. ii) Marun-Ivan Ilyichun, (Kashmiri ver- Mascarenhas. 3.1 ONV -Bhumikkoru Charamagitam 12. Lorik-Vijaya-Manipadma sion of Tolstoys The Death of Ivan Iiyich 2. a) Godde R.K. Rao 3.2 Ayyappa Panicker-Kurukshetram. (Published by Kashmiri Deptt). 13. Prithvi Putra-Lalit b) Ratnahar I &II-collection of poems- 3.3 Akkittam-Pandatha Messanthi 3. Drama in Kashmiri 14. Bhaphait Chahak Jinagi-Sudhanshu ed. R.V. Pandit. Shekar Choudhary. 3.4 Attur Ravivarma-Megharupan. i) Natuk Kariv Band, by Hari Krishan 3. a) Zayo Zuyo-poems-Manohar L. Section-B Kaul 15. Kirti Rajkamlak-Publisher : Maithili Sardessai. Academy, Patna (First Ten Stories Unit 4 ii) Qk Angy Natuk, ed. Motilal Keemu. b) Kanadi Mati Konkani Kavi-Anthol- only). 4.1 O. Chanthu Menon-Indulekha published by Sahitya Akademi. ogy of Poems-ed. Pratap Naik. 16. Katha-Sangrah-Publisher : Maithili 4.2 Thakazhy-Chemmin. iii) Razi Oedipus, tr. Naji Munawar, 4. a) Adrushatache Kalle-Poems by Academy, Patna. 4.3 O V Vijayan-Khasakkinte Ithihasam. published by Sahitya Akademi. Pandurang Bhangui. MALAYALAM Unit 5 4. Kashmiri Folk Literature: b) Yaman-Poems by Madhav Borkar PAPER-I 5.1 MT Vasudevan Nair-Vanaprastham i) Kashur Luki Theatre by Mohammad MAITHILI Subhan Bhagat, published by Deptt. (Answers must be written in Malayalam) (Collection). of Kashmiri, University of Kashmir. PAPER-I Section-A 5.2 N S Madhavan-Higvitta (Collection). ii) Kashiry Luki Beeth (all volumes) pub- History of Maithili Language and its Unit 1-Early phase of Malayalam 5.3 C J. Thomas-1128-il Crime 27. lished by the J & K Cultural Academy. Literature Language: Unit 6 KONKANI (Answer to be written in Maithili) 1.1 Various theories: origin from proto 6.1 Kuttikrishna Marar-Bharataparyat- PAPER-I PART-A Dravidian, Tamil, Sanskrit. anam (Answers must be written in Konkani) History of Maithili Language 1.2 Relation between Tamil and 6.2 M. K Sanu-Nakshatrangalute 1. Place of Maithili in Indo-European lan- Malayalam: Six nayas of A.R. snehabhajanam Section-A guage family. Rajarajavarma. 6.3 V.T. Bhattathirippad-Kannirum History of the Konkani Language : 2. Origin and development of Maithili lan- 1.3 Pattu school-definition, Ramachari- Kinavum. (i) Origin and development of the language tam, later pattu works-Niranam works and guage. (Sanskrit, Prakrit, Avhatt, MANIPURI and influences on it. Krishnagatha. Maithili) PAPER-I (ii) Major variants of Konkani and their lin- Unit 2-Linguistic features of : 3. Periodic division of Maithili Language. (Answers must be written in Manipuri) guistic features. (Beginning, Middle era, Modern era) 2.1 Manipravalam-definition. Language of (iii) Grammatical and lexicographic work early manipravala works-Champu, Section-A in Konkani, including a study of cases, ad- 4. Maithili and its different dialects. Sandesakavya, Chandrotsava, minor Language : verbs, indeclinables and voices. 5. Relationship between Maithili and works. Later Manipravala works-medieval a) General characteristics of Manipuri Lan- (iv) Old Standard Konkani, new Standard other Eastern languages (Bengali, Champu and Attakkatha. guage and history of its development; its and standardisation problems. Assamese, Oriya). 2.2 Folklore-Southern and Northern bal- importance and status among the Tibeto- Section-B: 6. Origin and development of Tirhuta lads, Mappila songs. Burman Languages of North-East India; Script. recent development in the study of History of Konkani literature: 2.3 Early Malayalam prose-Bhashakau- Candidates would be expected to be well- 7. Pronouns and Verbs in Maithili Lan- taliyam, Brahmandapuranam, Attap- Manipuri language; evolution and study of acquainted with Konkani literature and its guage. rakaram, Kramadipika and Nambiantamil. old Manipuri script. social and cultural background and con- PART-B Unit 3-Standardisation of Malayalam: b) Significant features of Manipuri lan- sider the problems and issues arising out History of Maithili Literature guage : 3.1 Peculairities of the language of Pana, of them. 1. Background of Maithili Literature (Re- Kilippattu and Tullal. i) Phonology-Phoneme-vowels, conso- (i) History of Konkani literature from its prob- ligious, economic, social, cultural). nants juncture, tone, consonant cluster and 3.2 Contributions of indigenous and Eu- able source to the present times, with em- its occurrence, syllable-its structure, pat- 2. Periodic division of Maithili literature. ropean missionaries to Malayalam. phasis on its major works, writers and tern and types. 3. Pre-Vidyapati Literature. 3.3 Characteristics of contemporary movements. ii) Morphology : Word-class, root and its 4. Vidyapati and his tradition. Malayalam : Malayalam as administravie (ii) Social and cultural background of the types; affix and its types; grammatical cat- language. Language of scientific and tech- making of Konkani literature from time to time. 5. Medieval Maithili Drama (Kirtaniya egories-gender, number, person, case, nical literature-media language. (iii) Indian and Western influences on Natak, Ankai Nat, Maithili dramas writ- tense and aspects, process of compound- ten in Nepal). Section-B ing (samas and sandhi). Konkani literature from the earliest to mod- 6. Maithili Folk Literature (Folk Tales, Folk Literary History iii) Syntax : Word order : types of sentences, ern times. Drama, Folk Stories, Folk Songs). Unit-4 Ancient and Medieval Literature: pharse and clause structures. (iv) Modern literary trends in the various genres and regions including a study of 7. Development of different literary forms 4.1 Pattu-Ramacharitam, Niranam works Section-B Konkani folklore. in modern era. and Krishnagatha. a) Literary History of Manipuri : PAPER-II (a) Prabandh-kavya 4.2 Manipravalam-early and medieval Early period (upto 17th century)-Social (b) Muktak-kavya manipravala works including attakkatha and cultural background; Themes, diction (Answers must be written in Konkani) and champu. and style of the works. Textual Criticism of Konkani Literature (c) Novel 4.3 Folk literature. Medieval period (18th and 19th century)- The paper will be designed to test the (d) Short Story canidates critical and analytical abilities. 4.4 Kilippattu, Tullal and Mahakavya. Social, religious and political background; (e) Drama Themes, diction and style of the works. Candidates would be expected to be well- Unit 5- Modern Literature-Poerty: (f) Essay Modern period-Growth of major literary acquainted with Konkani Literature and 5.1 Venmani poets and contemporaries. required to have a first-hand reading of the (g) Criticism forms; change of Themes, diction and style. 5.2 The advent of Romanticism-Poerty of following texts: (h) Memoirs Kavitraya i.e., Asan, Ulloor and Vallathol b) Manipuri Folk Literature : Section-A (i) Translation 5.3 Poetry after Kavitraya. Legend, Folktale, Folksong, Ballad, Prov- Prose 8. Development of Maithili Magazines erb and Riddle. 5.4 Modernism in Malayalam poetry. 1. a) Konkani Mansagangotri (excluding and Journals. c) Aspects of Manipuri Culture : Unit 6- Modern Literature-Prose: poetry) ed. by Prof. Olivinho Gomes PAPER-II Pre-Hindu Manipuri Faith; Advent of Hin- 6.1 Drama b) Old Konkani language and litera- (Answers must be written in Maithili) duism and the process of syncreticism. 6.2 Novel ture-the Portuguese Role The paper will require first-hand reading Performing arts-Lai Haraoba, Maha Ras; of the prescribed texts and will test the criti- 6.3 Short story Indegenous games-Sagol Kangjei, Khong 2. a) Otmo Denvcharak-a novel by A.V da Cruz. cal ability of the candidates. 6.4 Biography, travelogue, essay and criti- Kangjei, Kang.
  • 20. 40 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 PAPER II S. Nilbir Shastri : Section-A PAPER-II (Answers must be written in Manipuri) Loukhatpa Prose (Answers must be written in Nepali)This paper will require first hand reading R.K. Elangba : Karinunggi (1) ‘Smritishala’ This paper will require first hand readingof the texts prescribed and will be designed (c) Anouba Manipuri Warimacha (Pub) (2) Mahatma Jotiba Phule of the texts prescribed below and ques-to test the candidate’s critical ability to as- The Cultural Forum tions will be designed to test the candidate’s “Shetkaryacha Asud;sess them. Manipur 1992 (ed.) critical acumen. ‘Sarvajanik Satyadharma’ Section-A N. Kunjamohon Singh : Ijat Tanba Section-A (3) S.V. KetkarOld and Medieval Manipuri Literature E. Dinamani : Nongthak 1. Santa Jnandil Das-Udaya Lahari Khongnang ‘Brahmankanya;(a) Old Manipuri Literature 2. Lekhnath Poudyal-Tarun Tapasi (III) Prose : (4) P.K. Atre1. O. Bhogeswar Singh (Ed.) : (Vishrams III, V, VI, XII, XV, XVIII only) (a) Warenggi Saklon [Due Part (Pub) The ‘Sashtang Namaskar’ Numit Kappa 3. Agam Singh Giri-Jaleko Pratibimba : Cultural Forum (5) Sharchchandra Muktibodh Royeko Pratidhwani (The following2. M. Gourachandra Singh (Ed.) : Thawanthaba Hiran Manipur 1992 (ed.) ‘Jana Hey Volatu Jethe’ poems only-rasawako Chichy-ahat-3. N. Khelchandra Singh (Ed.) : Kh. Chaoba Singh : Khamba-Thoibigi (6) Uddhav Shelke sanga Byunjheko Ek Raat, Chhorolai, Naothingkhong Phambal Kaba Wari Amasung ‘Shilan’ Jaleko Pratibimba : Royeko Prati- Mahakavya (7) Baburao Bagul dhwani, Hamro Akashmani Pani4. M. Chandra Singh (Ed.) : (b) Kanchi Wareng (Pub) Manipur Hunchha Ujyalo, Tihar). Panthoibi Khonggul ‘Jevha Mi Jaat Chorli Hoti’ University 1998 4. Haribhakta Katuwal-Yo Zindagi Khai(b) Medieval Manipuri Literature : (8) Gouri Deshpande (ed.) Ke Zindagi : (The following poems1. M. Chandra Singh (Ed.) B. Manisana Shastri : Phajaba ‘Ekek Paan Galavaya’ only - Jeevan : Ek Dristi, Yo Zindagi : Samsok Ngamba (9) P.I. Sonkamble Khai Ke Zindagi, Akashka tara Ke Ch. Manihar Singh : Lai-Haraoba2. R.K.Snahal Singh (Ed.) : ‘Athavaninche Pakshi’ Tara, Hamilai Nirdho Nasamjha, Khai (c) Apunba Wareng. (Pub) Manipur Ramayana Adi Kanda Section-B Many-ata Yahan Atmahutiko Balidan University, 19863. N. Khelchandra SIngh (Ed.) : Ko). (ed.) Poetry Dhananjoy Laibu Ningba 5. Balkrishna Sama-Prahlad Ch. Pishak Singh : Samaj Amasung, (1) Namadevanchi Abhangawani’4. O. Bhogeswar Singh (Ed.) : Sanskriti 6. Manbahadur Mukhia-Andhyaroma Ed: Inamdar, Relekar, Mirajkar Chandrakirti Jila Changba Banchneharu (The following One- M.K. Binodini : Thoibidu Modern Book Depot, Pune Section-B Act plays only-‘Andhyaroma Warouhouida (2) ‘Painjan’ Banchneharu’, ‘Suskera’).Modern Manipuri Literature : Eric Newton : Kalagi Mahousa Ed : M.N. Adwant Section-B(a)Poetry and Epic : (translated by I.R. Sahitya Prasar Kendra, Nagpur 1. Indra Sundas-Sahara(I) Poetry : Babu) (3) ‘Damayanti-Swayamvar’ 2. Lilbahadur Chhetri-Brahmaputrako(a)Manipuri Sheireng (Pub) Manipuri (d) Manipuri Wareng (Pub) The Cultural Forum Manipur By Raghunath Pandit Chheuchhau Sahitya Parishad, 1988 (ed.) 1999 (ed.) (4) ‘Balakvinchi Kavita’ 3. Rupnarayan Sinha-Katha NavaratnaKh. Chaoba Singh : Pi Thadoi, Lamgi S. Krishnamohan Singh : Lan By Balkavi (The following stories only-Biteka Chekla Amada, Kura, Jimmewari Kasko, Dhanamatiko Loktak (5) ‘Vishakha’ MARATHI Cinema-Swapna, Vidhwasta Jeevan).Dr. L. Kamal Singh : Nirjanata, Nirab By Kusumagraj PAPER-I 4. Indrabahadur Rai-Vipana Katipaya Rajani (6) ‘Mridgandh’ (Answers must be written in Marathi) (The following stories only-RaatbhariA. Minaketan Singh : Kamalda, By Vinda Karandikar Huri Chalyo, Jayamaya Aphumatra Nonggumlakkhoda Section-A (7) ‘Jahirnama’ Lekha-pani Aipugi, Bhagi, GhoshL. Samarendra Singh : Ingagi Nong, Language and Folk-Iore : Babu, Chhutyaiyo). By Narayan Surve Mamang Leikai (a) Nature and Functions of Language (with 5. Sanu Lama-Katha Sampad (The fol- (8) ‘Sandhyakalchya Kavita’ Thambal Satle reference to Marathi) lowing stories only-Swasni Manchhey, By GraceE. Nilakanta Singh : Manipur, Language as a signifying system : Langue Khani Tarma Ekdin, Phurbale Gaun Lamangnaba (9) ‘Ya Sattet Jeev Ramat Nahi’ and Parole; Basic functions; Poetic lan- Chhadyo, Asinapo Manchhey).Shri Biren : Tangkhul Hui By Namdev Dhasal guage; Standard Language and dialect; 6. Laxmi Prasad Devkota-LaxmiTh. Ibopishak : Anouba Thunglaba Language variations according to social NEPALI Nibandha Sangraha (The following Jiba parameters. PAPER-I essays only-Sri Ganeshaya Namah,(b) Kanchi Sheireng. (Pub) Manipur Linguistic features of Marathi in thirteenth (Answers must be written in Nepali) Nepali Sahityako Itihasma University 1998 century and seventeenth century. Section-A Sarvashrestha Purus, Kalpana, Kala Ra (ed.) Jeevan, Gadha Buddhiman Ki Guru). (b) Dialects of Marathi 1. History of the origin and developmentDr. L. Kamal Singh : Biswa-Prem of Nepali as one of the new Indo- 7. Ramkrishna Sharma-Das Gorkha Ahirani; Varhadi; Dangi (The following essays only-Kavi,Shri Biren : Chaphadraba Laigi Aryan Languages Yen (c) Marathi Grammar Samaj Ra Sahitya, Sahityama 2. Fundamentals of Nepali Grammar and Parts of Speech; Case-system; Sapekshata, Sahityik RuchikoTh. Ibopishak : Norok Patal Prithivi phonology: Prayog-vichar (Voice) Praudhata, Nepali Sahityako Pragati).(II) Epic : (i) Nominal forms and categories :- (d)Nature and kinds of Folk-lore ORIYA1. A. Dorendrajit Singh : Kansa Bodha Gender, Number, Case, Adjectives, (with special reference to Marathi) PAPER-I2. H. Anganghal Singh : Khamba-Thoibi Pronouns, Avyayas Sheireng (San- Lok-Geet, Lok Katha, Lok Natya (Answers must be written in Oriya) (ii) Verbal forms and categories- Senba, Lei Langba, Section-B Tense, Aspects, Voice, Roots and Section-A Shamu Khonggi History of Literature and Literary Criti- Fixes History of Oriya Language Bichar) (1) Origin and development of Oriya Lan- cism: (iii) Nepali Swara and Vyanjana;(III) Drama : 3. Major Dialects of Nepali guage-Influence of Austric, Dravidian, (a) History of Marathi Literature1. S. Lalit Singh : Areppa Marup Perso-Arabic and English on Oriya 1. From beginning to 1818 AD, with special 4. Standardisation and Modernisation of Language.2. G.C. Tongbra : Matric Pass Nepali with special reference to lan- reference to the following : The (2) Phonetics and Phonemics : Vowels,3. A. Samarendra : Judge Sahebki Mahanubhava writers, the Varkari poets, the guage movements (viz. Halanta Imung Bahiskar, Jharrovad etc.) Consonants Principles of changes in Pandit poets, the Shahirs, Bakhar literature. Oriya sounds.(b) Novel, Short-story and Prose : 5. Teaching of Nepali language in India- 2. From 1850 to 1990, with special refer- (3) Morphology : Morphemes (free, bound(I) Novel : Its history and development with spe- ence to developments in the following compound and complex), derivational1. Dr. L. Kamal Singh : Madhabi cial reference to its socio-cultural as- major forms : Poetry, Fiction (Novel and and inflectional affixes, case inflection, pects.2. H. Anganghal Singh : Jahera Short Story), Drama; and major literary cur- conjugation of verb. Section-B3. H. Guno Singh : Laman rents and movements, Romantic, Realist, (4) Syntax : Kinds of sentences and their Modernist, Dalit Gramin, Feminist. 1. History of Nepali literature with special transformation, structure of sentences.4. Pacha Meetei : Imphal Amasung, reference to its development in India. Magi Ishing, (b) Literary Criticism (5) Semantics-Different types of change Nungsitki Phibam 2. Fundamental concepts and theories in meaning Euphemism. 1. Nature and function of Literature; of literature :(II) Short-story : (6) Common errors in spellings, gram- 2. Evaluation of Literature; Kavya/Sahitya, Kavya Prayojan, Liter-(a) Kanchi Warimacha (Pub) Manipur matical uses and construction of sen- 3. Nature, Objectives and Methods of Criti- ary genres, Shabda Shakti, Rasa, tences. University 1997 cism; Alankara, Tragedy, Comedy, Aesthet- (ed.) (7) Regional variations in Oriya Lan- 4. Literature, Culture and Society. ics, Stylistics.R.K. Shitaljit Singh : Kamala Kamala guage (Western, Southern and North- PAPER-II 3. Major literary trends and movements- ern Oriya) and Dialects (Bhatri andM.K. Binodini : Eigi Thahoudraba (Answers must be written in Marathi) Swachchhandatavad, Yatharthavad, Desia) Heitup Lalu Astitwavad, Ayamik Movement, Con- Section-BKh. Prakash : Wanom Shareng Textual study of prescribed literary temporary Nepali writings,(b) Parishadki Khangatlaba Warimacha works Postmodernism. History of Oriya Literature (Pub) Manipuri The paper will require first-hand reading 4. Nepali folklores (the following folk- (1) Historical backgrounds (social, cultural Sahitya Parishad of the texts prescribed and will be designed form only)- Sawai, Jhyaurey, Selo, and political) of Oriya Literature of dif- 1994 (ed.) to test the candidate’s critical ability. Sangini, Lahari. ferent periods.
  • 21. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 41 (2) Ancient epics, ornate kavyas and Kadã, (V) Kittãvatã, (VI) Ahorattam, PAPER-II Punjabi phonology and the study of its tones: padavalis. (VII) Divã, (VIII) Yathã, (IX) Ce, (X) There will be two compulsory questions– classification of vowels and consonants. (3) Typical structural forms of Oriya Lit- Seyyathîdam, (XI) Vinã, (XII) one each in textual portions of prose and (b) Punjabi morphology : the number-gen- erature (Koili, Chautisa, Poi, Kudãcannam, (XIII) Saddhim, (XIV) poetry which are to be answered in Per- der system (animate and inanimate), pre- Chaupadi, Champu). Antarena, (XV) Kho, (XVI) Mã, (XVII) sian. The remaining questions are to be fixes, affixes and different categories of Post (4) Modern trends in poetry, drama short Evam, (XVIII) Ettha, (XIX) Kira, (XX) answered either in Persian or in the me- positions: Punjabi word formation: Tatsam. story, novel, essay and literary criti- Pana. dium of examination opted by the candi- Tad Bhav, forms: Sentence structure, the cism. PAPER-II date. notion of subject and object in Punjabi: (PÃLI LITERATURE) This paper will require first hand reading Noun and verb phrases. PAPER-II There will be two compulsory questions of the texts prescribed and will be designed (c) Language and dialect; the notions of (Answers must be written in Oriya) which must be answered in Pali Languege to test the candidate’s critical ability. dialect and idiolect; major dialects of Critical Study of texts - Punjabi; Pothohari, Majhi, Doabi, Malwai, in Devanagari or Roman Script. The re- Section-A The paper will require first hand reading of Puadhi; the validity of speech variation on maining questions must be attempted ei- Prose the text and test the critical ability of the the basis of social stratification, the distinc- ther in Pali or in the medium of examina- 1. Nizami Aroozi Samarqandi : Chahar candidate. tive features of various dialects with spe- tion opted by the candidate. Maqala : Section-A cial reference to tones. Language and script; Section-A (i) Dabiri Poetry : origin and development of Gurmukhi; suit- (i) Life and teachings of Buddha from the (ii) Shaairi ability of Gurmukhi for Punjabi. (Ancient) Pãli sources. 2. Qabus.b, Washmgir : Qabus Nama : (d) Classical background; Nath Jogi Sahit 1. Sãralã Das-Shanti Parva from (ii) History of Pali Literature-Canonical and Mãhãbharãta. (i) Dar Shinakhtan-e-Haqq-e-Pidar- Medieval literature : Gurmat, Sufti, Kissa Non-Canonical with reference to the fol- 2. Jaganãth Das-Bhãgãbate, XI wa- Madar and Var Janamsakhis. lowing books and authors: Skandha-Jadu Avadhuta Sambãda. (ii) Dar Bishi Justan Az Sukhandani Section-B Mahãvagga, Cullavagga, Pãtimokkha, (Medieval) Dîgha-Nikãya, Dhammapada, Jãtaka, (iii) Dar Talib Ilmi Wa Faqih Wa (a) Modern Mystic, romantic, progressive 3. Dinãkrushna Dãs-Rasakallola- Theragãthã, Therîgãthã,Dîpavamsa, Fuqaha Trends and neomystic (Vir Singh, (Chhãndas-16 & 34) Mahãvamsa, Dãthãvamsa, Sãsanavamsa, 3. Sadi Shirazi : Gulistan : Puran Singh, Mohan Singh, 4. Upendra Bhanja-Lãvanyabati Milindapanha, Petakopadesa, Nettippa- (i) Dar Tasir-e-Suhbat Amrita Pritam, Bawa Balwant, (Chhãndas-1 & 2) karana, Buddhadatta, Buddhaghosa and 4. Moh. Awfi : Jawameul Hikayat : Pritam Singh Safeer, J.S. Dhammapãla. Neki). (Modern) (i) First Ten Hikayaat Section-B Experimentalist (Jasbir Singh 5. Rãdhãnãth Rãy-Chandrabhãgã 5. Ziauddin Burney : Tarikh-i-Firozshahi: 1. Textual questions, critical comments and Ahluwalia, Ravinder Ravi, 6. Mãyãdhãr Mãnasinha-Jeevan Chitã (i) Wasaya-i-Sultan Balban Be Ajaib Kamal) annotated translations would be asked 7. Satchidãnanda Routray-Kabitã-1962 Farzand-e-Buzurg Aesthetes (Harbhajan Singh, from the following prescribed texts :- 8. Ramãkãnta Ratha-Saptama Ritu. 6. Abul Fazl Ain-e-Akbari: Tara Singh) (i) Dîghã-Nikãya (Only the Sãmaññaphala- Section-B Sutta) (i) Ain-Khazina-i-Abadi Neo-progressive (Pash. Drama : (ii) Sutta-nipãta (Only the Khaggavisana- (ii) Ain-e-Shabistan-e-Iqbal Jagtar, Patar) 9. Manoranjan Dãs-Kãtha-Ghodã Sutta and Dhaniya-Sutta) (iii) Ain-e-Manzil Dar Yurisha Origin and Development of Genres : 10. Bijay Mishra-Tata Niranjanã (iii) Dhammapada (Only the first five (iv) Ain-e-Cheragh Afrozi (b) Folk Folk songs, Folk tales. Riddles, Novel : Vaggã-s) 7. Sadiq-i-Hedayat: literature Proverbs. 11. Fakir Mohan Senãpati-Chhamãna (iv) Milindapanha (Only the Lakkhana- (i) Dash Akul Epic (Vir Singh, Avtar Singh, Azad Ãthaguntha panha) (ii) Girdab Mohan Singh) 12. Gopinãth Mohanty-Dãnãpãni (v) Mahavamsa (Only the Tatiya-Sangiti) 8. Mohd. Hijazi : Lyric (Gurus, Sufis and Modern Lyri- Short Story : (vi) Abhidhammattha-sangaha (First, Sec- (i) Khudkushi cists-Mohan Singh Amrita ond and Sixth Chapters) Pritam, Shiv Kumar, 13. Surendra Mohãnty-Marãlãra Mrityu (ii) Pezeshk-e-Chashm (vii) Pãli Prosody : Vuttodaya-Anutthubha, Harbhajan Singh) 14. Manoj Dãs-Laxmira Abhisara Section-B Indavajirã, Upendavajirã, Vasantatilakã, (c) Drama (I.C. Nanda, Harcharan Singh, Essay : Poetry Balwant Gargi, S.S.Sekhon, Mãlinî, Sikharinî, Upajati, totaka, Dodhaka, 15. Chittaranjan Dãs-Taranga O Tadit Vamsattha. 1. Firadausi : Shahnama : Charan Das Sidhu) (First five essays). (i) Rustam-o-Sohrab Novel (Vir Singh, Nanak Singh, (viii) Pãli Rhetoric : Subodhãlankãrã - 16. Chandra Sekhar Rath-Mun Satya- Yamaka, Anuppãsa, Rûpaka, Upama, 2. Khayyam : Rubaaiyat (Radif Alif and Jaswant Singh Kanwal, K.S. dhãrma Kahuchhi (First five essays) Atisayutti, Vyatireka, Nidassanã, Atthanta- Be) Duggal, Sukhbir, Gurdial PALI ranyãsa, Dîpaka, Ditthanta. 3. Saadi Shirazi : Bustan: Singh, Dalip Kaur Tiwana, PAPER-I 2. Short Notes on Buddhist concepts dealt Swaran Chandan) ‘Dar Adl-u-Tadbir-u-Rai’ (Pãli Language) within the prescribed texts. Short Story (Sujan Singh, K.S. Virk. Prem 4. Amir Khusrau: Majmua-i-Diwan-e- 3. Explanation of Pãli Verses from the pre- Parkash, Waryam Sandhu). (N.B. All answers must be written in Pali Khusrau. (Radif Dal) language in Devanãgarî or Roman Script) scribed texts. (d) Socio- Sanskrit, Persian and Western. 5. Maulana Rum: Mathnawi Maanawi Section-A cultural PERSIAN (First Half of Daftar Duwwum) 1. Origin and Homeland of Pãli and its Literary in- PAPER-I 6. Hafiz : (Radif Alif and Dal) characteristics. fluences There will be two questions which must be 7. Urfi Shirazi : Qasaaid : 2. Pãli Grammar-(I) Technical Terms of Essay (Puran Singh, Teja Singh, answered in Persian. The remaining ques- (i) Iqbal-e-Karam Migazad Arbabi- Pãli Grammar-Akkhara, Sara, Gurbaksh Singh) tions must be answered either in Persian Himam Ra. Vyañjana, Niggahîta, Nãma, or in the medium of examination opted by Literary (S.S. Sekhon, Attar Singh, (ii) Har Sukhta Jane Ki Ba Kashmir Sabbanãma, Ãkhyãta, Upasagga, the candidate. Criticism Kishan Singh, Harbhajan Dar Ayad. Nipãta, Abyaya, (II) Kãraka, (III) Singh, Najam Hussain Samãsa; (IV) Sandhi; (V) Taddhita. Section-A (iii) Sabah-e-Idd Ke Dar Takiyagah-e- Sayyad). (Apaccabodhaka-and Ãdhikãrabo- 1. (a) Description of the origin and devel- Naz-u-Naeem. opment of Persian language (to be an- PAPER-II dhaka-Paccaya); (VI) Etymological 8. Ghalib : Ghazaaliyat (Radif Alif) derivation of the following words :- swered in Persian). 9. Bahar Mashhadi : (Answers must be written in Punjabi (b) Applied Grammar, Rhetorics, Prosody, in Gurumukhi Script) Buddho, Bhikkhu, Sãmanero, Satthã, (i) Jughd-e-Jung Dhammo, Latãyã, Purisãnam, Tumhe, Idioms and Phrases frequently used. This paper will require first-hand reading (ii) Sukoot-e-Shab Amhebhi, Munina, Rattîsu, Phalãya, (i) Grammar : Ism and its kinds, Zamir-e- of the texts prescribed and will be designed (iii) Damawandiye Atthîsu, Raññam, Sangho. Muttasil and Munfasil, Murakkabi-Tausifi, to test the candidate’s critical ability. (iv) Dukhtar-e-Basra 3. Translation of two Pãli unseen pas- Murakkab-i-Izafi, Ismi-Ishara, Musharun Section-A Elaih, Fel and its kinds, Tenses, Gardan, 10. Furugh-e-Farrukhzad: sages into English. a) Sheikh Farid The complete Bani as in- singular and plural, Jumleh and its kinds. (i) Dar Barabad-e-Khuda cluded in the Adi Granth. Section-B (ii) Rhetorics : Tajnees, Ishteqaq, Luzum- (ii) Diw-e-Shab b) Guru Nanak Japu Ji Baramah, Asa di 4. Essays consisting of 300 words on any one of the following : ma-la-yalzum, seyaqatul Aadad, Qalb, 11. Nimayushij : Var (a) Bhagavã Buddho, (b) Tarsee, Esteaara, Maratun Nazir, Laff-o- (i) Qu c) Bulleh Shah Kafian Tilakkhanam, (c) Ariyo atthañgiko Nashr, Iham, Husn-i-Taalil, Tajahuli- (ii) Khar-Kan d) Waris Shah Heer maggo, (d) Cattãri ariyasaccãni, (e) Aarefaneh, Talmih, Tansiqus Sifat. Note :- Textual portions of prose and po- Section-B Kammavãdo (f) Paticcasamuppãdo, (iii) Prosody : Bahri-Muzara, Ramal, etry are to be explained in Persian com- (g) Nibbãnam paramam sukham, (h) Mutaqarib, Tawil, Hazaj, Kamil. a) Shah Jangnama (Jang pulsorily. Tipitakam, (i) Dhammapadam, (j) Secton-B Mohammad Singhan te Firangian) Majjhimã-Patipadã. PUNJABI Dhani Ram Chandan Vari 1. Short essay in Persian-250 words (to be 5. Summary of Pãli passages. PAPER-I answered in Persian). Chatrik (Poet) Sufi Khana 6. Explanation of Pãli verses in Pãli. (Answers must be written in Punjabi in 2. History of Persian Literature in Iran and Nawan Jahan Gurumukhi Script) 7. The meaning of following India; Literary criticism and styles; trends b) Nanak Singh Chitta Lahu indeclinables (Abyaya and Nipãta) in classical and modern literature; socio- Section-A (Novelist) Pavittar Papi and their use in candidates’ own Pãli cultural influences, development of mod- (a) Origin of Punjabi language : different sentences : ern literary genres including drama, novel, stages of development and recent develop- Ek Mian Do Talwaran (I) Atha, (II) Antarã, (III) Addhã, (IV) short story. ment in Punjabi language : characteristics of c) Gurbaksh Zindagi di Ras
  • 22. 42 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012Singh (Essayist) Nawan Shivala swered in Sanskrit. The remaining ques- f) Amarukasatakam-Amaruka Hansda, Kalendra Nath Mandi, Mahadev Merian Abhul Yadaan. tions must be answered either in Sanskrit g) Gitagovindam-Jayadeva Hansda, Gour Chandra Murmu, ThakurBalraj Sahni Mera Roosi Safarnama or in the medium of examination opted by Prasad Murmu, Hara Prasad Murmu, Uday Section-B the candidate. Nath Majhi, Parimal Hembram, Dhirendra(Travelogue) Mera Pakistani Questions from Groups 1 & 2 are to be Section-A Nath Baske, Shyam Charan Hembram, Safarnama answered in Sanskrit only. (Questions 1. Significant features of the grammar, with Damayanti Beshra, T.K. Rapaj, Boyhad) Balwant Gargi Loha Kutt from Groups 3 & 4 are to be answered in particular stress on Sanjna, Sandhi, Biswanath Tudu.(Dramatist) Dhuni-di-Agg Sanskrit or in the medium opted by the Karaka, Samasa, Kartari and Karmani candidate). Part-III : Cultural Heritage of Santali tradi- Sultan Razia vacyas (voice usages) (to be answered in tion, customs, festival and rituals (birth, This Section will require first hand readingSant Singh Sahityarth Sanskrit). marriage and death). of the following selected texts :-Sekhon (Critic) Parsidh Punjabi Kavi 2. (a) Main characteristics of Vedic San- PAPER-II Group 1 Punjabi Kav Shiromani skrit language. (Answers must be written in Santali) (a) Raghuvansam-Canto I, Verses 1 to 10 RUSSIAN (b) Prominent features of classical Sanskrit Section-A language. (b) Kumarasambhavam-Canto I, Verses 1 PAPER-I to 10 This paper will require in-depth reading of Answers must be written in Russian (c) Contribution of Sanskrit to linguistic the following texts and the questions will studies. (c) Kiratarjuniyam-Canto I, Verses 1 to 10 except in the case of question regard- be designed to test the candidates criticial 3. General Knowledge of:- Group 2 translation from Russian to English. (a) Literary history of Sanskit, (a) Isavasyopanisad-verses-1, 2, 4, 6, 7, Ancient Literature : (Language and Culture) 15 and 18 Section-A (b) Principal trends of literary criticism Prose (b) Bhagavatgita II chapter verses 13 to 25i. Modern Russian Language : (c) Ramayana, (a) Kherwal Bonso Dhorom Puthi-Majhi (c) Sundarakandam of Valmiki Canto 15, Ramdas Tudu "Rasika". Phonetics, Morphology, Syntax, (d) Mahabharata Verses 15 to 30 (Geeta Press Edition) Lexicology, Lexicography and Seman- (e) The origin and development of literary (b) Mare Hapramko Reyak Katha-L.O. Group 3 Scrafsrud. tics, linguistics geners of: (a) Meghadutam-verses 1 to 10 (c) Jomsim Binti Lita-Mangal Chandraii. Translation from Russian into English Mahakavya and vice-versa. (b) Nitisatakam-Verses 1 to 10 (Edited by Turkulumang Soren. Rupaka (drama) D.D. Kosambi Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan (d) Marang Buru Binti-Kanailal Tudu. Section-B Katha Publication)i. Socio-political and economical devel- Akhyayika Poetry (c) Kadambari-Sukanaso-padesa (only) opment of the Russian Federation : Campu (a) Karam Sereng-Nunku Soren. Patriotic war of 1812, October Revolu- Group 4 Khandakavya (b) Devi Dasain Sereng-Manindra Hansda. tion, Perestroika and Glasnost, disinte- (a) Svapnavasavadattam Act VI Muktaka Kavya. (c) Horh Sereng-W.G. Archer. gration of USSR. Regional & Cultural (b) Abhijnansakuntalam Act IV verses 15 Section-B (d) Baha Sereng-Balaram Tudu variations of the Russian Federation. to 30 4. Essentials of Indian Culture with stress (e) Dong Sereng-Padmashri Bhagwatii. Essay on general topics. (M.R. Kale Edition) on Murmu Thakur PAPER-II (c) Uttararamacharitam Act 1 verses 31 to a) Purusarthas- (f) Hor Sereng-Raghunath Murmu. (Answers must be written in Russian ) 47 (M.R. Kale Edition) b) Samskaras- (g) Soros Sereng-Babulal Murmu "Adivasi" (Literature) SANTALI c) Varnasramavyavastha (h) More Sin More Nida-Rup Chand Section-A PAPER-I HansdaLiterary History and Literary Criticism d) Arts and fine arts (Answers must be written in Santali) (i) Judasi Madwa Latar-Tez NarayanLiterary movements, Sentimentalism, Ro- e) Technical sciences Section-A Murmu.manticism, Naturalism, Realism, Critical 5. Trends of Indian Philosophy Part-I History of Santali Language Section-BRealism, Socialism, Acmeism, Symbolism, a) Mimansa b) Vedanta I. Main Austric Language family, popula- Modern LiteratureFuturism; Origin and development of liter- c) Nyaya d) Vaisesika tion and distribution.ary genres : Folk literature, Lyrics and po- Part-I : Poetry e) Sankhya f) Yoga II. Grammatical structure of Santali Lan-ems-A.S. Pushkin, M.U. Lermontov, (a) Onorhen Baha Dhalwak-Paul Jujhar g) Bauddha h) Jaina guage.Alexander Blok, Esenin, V. Mayakovky, Soren. i) Carvaka III. Important character of Santali LanguageAnna Akhmatova. Epic-L.N. Tolstoy, M. (b) Asar Binti-Narayan Soren "Tore Sutam" 6. Short Essay in Sanskrit : Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, Seman-Sholokhov, Short story, novelet, novels- (c) Chand Mala-Gora Chand Tudu. tics, Translation, Lexicography.Pushkin, Lermontov, N.V. Gogol, S. 7. Unseen passage with the questions, (d) Onto Baha Mala-Aditya Mitra "Santali"Shchedrin, I. Goncharov, I. Turgenev, F.M. IV. Impact of other languages on Santali. to be answered in Sanskrit. (e) Tiryo Tetang-Hari Har HansdaDostoevsky, L.N. Tolstoy, A.P. Chekhov, PAPER-II V. Standardization of Santali Language.M. Gorky, M. Sholokhov, I. Bunin, E. Part-II History of Santali Literature. (f) Sisirjon Rar-Thakur Prasad Murmu. Question from Group 4 is to be answeredZamyatin, Boris Pasternak, A. I. Literary trends of the following four peri- Part-II : Novels in Sanskrit only. Question from Groups 1, 2Solzhenitsyn, M. Bulgakov, Chingiz ods of History of Santali Literature. (a) Harmawak Ato-R. Karstiars (Transla- and 3 are to be answered either in San-Aitmatov, V. Rasputin, V. Shukshin, Criti- tor-R.R. Kisku Rapaz). skrit or in the medium opted by the candi- (a) Ancient literature before 1854.cism-Belinsky, Dobrolyubov, (b) Manu Mati-Chandra Mohan Hansda date. (b) Missionary period : Literature betweenChernyshevsky, Pisarev, Drama-Chekhov, Section-A 1855 to 1889 AD. (c) Ato Orak-Doman HansdaGogol. Influence of socio-political move-ments on literature. General study of the following groups:- (c) Medieval period : Literature between (d) Ojoy Gada Dhiphre-Nathenial Murmu Group 1 1890 to 1946 AD. Part-III : Stories Section-B a) Raghuvamsam-Kalidasa (d) Modern period : Literature from 1947 (a) Jiyon Gada-Rup Chand Hansda andThis part will require first hand reading ofthe texts prescribed and will be designed b) Kumarasambhavam-Kalidasa AD to till date. Jadumani test the candidates’ critical ability. c) Kiratarjuniyam-Bharavi II. Writing tradition in History of Santali Lit- (b) Mayajaal-Doman Sahu, Samir and erature. Padmashri Bhagwat Murmu Thakur1. A.S. Pushkin Evgeny Onegin d) Sisupalavadham-Magha2. M.U. Lermontov Hero of our times Section-B Part-IV : Drama e) Naisadhiyacaritam-Sriharsa3. N.V. Gogol Revizor Literary forms - Main characteristics, history (a) Kherwar Bir-Pandit Raghunath Murmu f) Kadambari-Banabhatta and development of following literary forms.4. I.S. Turgenev Fathers and sons (b) Juri Khatir-Dr. K.C. Tudu g) Dasakumaracaritam -Dandin Part-I : Folk Literature in Santali-folk song,5. F.M. Dostoevsky Crime and Punishment (c) Birsa Bir-Ravi Lal Tudu h) Sivarajyodayam-S.B. Varnekar folk tale, phrase, idioms, puzzles and Kudum.6. L.N. Tolstoy i. War and Peace Part-V : Biography Group 2 Part-II : Modern literature in Santali ii. Resurrection Santal Ko Ren Mayam Gohako-Dr. a) Isavasyopanisad (a) Development of poetry and prominent Biswanath Hansda.7. A.P. Chekhov i. Toska b) Bhagavadgita poets. ii. Smert Chinovnika c) Sundarakanda of Valmiki’s Ramayana SINDHI (b) Development of prose and prominent iii. Chameleon d) Arthasastra of Kautilya writers. PAPER-I8. A.M. Gorky Mother Group 3 (i) Novels and prominent Novelists. (Answers must be written in Sindhi)9. A. Blok The twelve (ii) Stories and prominent story writers. (Arabic or Devanagari script) a) Svapnavasavadattam- Bhasa10. B.B. i. Cloud in plants (iii) Drama and prominent Dramatist. Section-A b) Abhijnanasakuntalam- Kalidasa Mayakovsky ii. Good (iv) Criticism and prominent critics. 1. (a) Origin and evolution of Sindhi lan- c) Mrcchakatikam-Sudraka11. M. Sholokhov Fate of a man guage-views of different scholars. d) Mudraraksasam-Visakhadatta (v) Essay, sketches, memoirs, travelogues12. B. Pasternak Doctor Zhivago and prominent writers. (b) Significant linguistic features of Sindhi e) Uttararamacaritam- Bhavabhuti language, including those pertaining to its13. Solzhenitsyn One day in the life of f) Ratnavali-Sriharshavardhana Santali writers : phonology, morphology and syntax. Ivan Danisovich g) Venisamharam- Bhattanarayana Shyam Sunder Hembram, Pandit Raghunath Murmu, Barha Beshra, Sadhu (c) Major dialects of the Sindhi language.14. V. Rasputin Zhivi i Pomni Group 4 Ramchand Murmu, Narayan Soren (d) Sindhi vocabularly-stages of its growth,15. Chingiz Aitmatov Bely Porokhod Short notes in Sanskrit on the following:- Toresutam, Sarada Prasad Kisku, including those in the pre-partition and16. V. Shukshin Chudik a) Meghadutam-Kalidasa post-partition periods. Raghunath Tudu, Kalipada Soren, Sakla SANSKRIT b) Nitisatakam-Bhartrhari Soren, Digambar Hansda, Aditya Mitra (e) Historical study of various Writing Sys- PAPER-I c) Panchtantra- Santali, Babulal Murmu Adivasi, tems (Scripts) of Sindhi.There will be three questions as indicated d) Rajatarangini-Kalhana Jadumani Beshra, Arjun Hembram, (f) Changes in the structure of Sindhi lan-in the question paper which must be an- Krishna Chandra Tudu, Rupchand guage in India, after partition, due to influ- e) Harsacaritam-Banabhatta
  • 23. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 43 ence of other languages and social condi- adjectives, adverbs Tense markers and Vanamamalai, (Publication: Madurai PAPER-II tions. case markers in Tamil. Kamaraj University) (Answers must be written in Telugu) Section-B Borrowing of words from other languages (2) Malaiyaruvi, Edited by Ki. Va This paper will require first hand reading 2. Sindhi literature through the ages in con- into Tamil-Regional and social dialects-dif- Jagannathan (Publication: Sara- of the prescribed texts and will be designed text of socio-cultural conditions in the re- ference between literary and spoken Tamil. swathi, Mahal, Thanjavur) to test the candidates critical ability, which spective periods : Part: 2 History of Tamil Literature TELUGU will be in relation to the following ap- a. Early medieval literature upto 1350 A.D. Tolkappiyam-Sangam Literatue-The divi- PAPER-I proaches. including folk literature. sion of Akam and puram-The secular char- (Answers must be written in Telugu) i) Aesthetic approach-Rasa, Dhwani, b. Late medicval period from 1350 A.D. to acteristics of Sangam Literature-The de- Vakroti and Auchitya-Formal and Struc- velopment of Ethical literature- Section-A 1850 A.D. tural-Imagery and Symbolism. Silappadikaram and Manimekalai. Language c. Renaissance period from 1850 A.D. to ii) Sociological, Historical, Ideological, Psy- Part: 3 Devotional literature (Alwars and 1. Place of Telugu among Dravidian lan- chological approaches. 1947 A.D. Nayanmars) The bridal mysticism in Alwar guages and its antiquity-Etymological d. Modern period from 1947 and onwards. Section-A hymns-Minor literary forms (Tutu, Ula, history of Telugu, Tenugu and Andhra. (Literary genres in Modern Sindhi litera- 1. Nannaya-Dushyanta Charitra Parani, Kuravanji) 2. Major linguistic changes in phonologi- ture and experiments in poetry, drama, (Adiparva 4th Canto verses 5-109) Social factors for the development of Mod- cal, morphological, grammatical and novel, short story, essay, literary criticism, syntactical levels, from Proto- 2. Tikkana-Sri Krishna Rayabaramu ern Tamil literature: Novel, Short story and biography, autobiography, memoirs, and Dravidian to old Telugu and from old (Udyoga parva -3rd Canto verses 1- New Poetry-The impact of various political travelogues.) Telugu to Modern Telugu. 144) ideologies on modern writings. PAPER-II 3. Evolution of spoken Telugu when 3. Srinatha-Guna Nidhi Katha (Kasi- Section-B (Answers must be written in Sindhi) compared to classical Telugu-Formal khandam, 4th Canto, verses 76-133) Part:1 Recent trends in Tamil Studies (Arabic or Devanagari script). and functional view of Telugu lan- 4. Pingali Surana-Sugatri Salinulakatha Approaches to criticism: Social, psychologi- (Kalapurnodayamu 4 Canto verses, This paper will require the first-hand read- guage. cal, historical and moralistic-the use of criti- 60-142) ing of the texts prescribed and will be de- 4. Influence of other languages and its cism-the various techniques in literature: signed to test the candidates’ critical abil- impact on Telugu. 5. Molla-Ramayanamu (Balakanda in- Ullurai, Iraicchi, Thonmam (Myth) ity. 5. Modernization of Telugu language. cluding avatarika) Otturuvagam (allegory), Angadam (Satire), Section-A Meyppadu, Padimam(image), Kuriyeedu (a) Linguistic and literary movements 6. Kasula Purushothama Kavi-Andhra References to context and critical appre- (Symbol), Irunmai (ambiguity)-The concept and their role in modernization of Nayaka Satakamu ciation of the texts included in this section. of comparative literature-the principle of Telugu. Section-B (1) Poetry comparative literature. (b) Role of media in modernization of 7. Gurajada Appa Rao-Animutyalu a. “Shah Jo Choond Shair” : ed. H.I. Part: 2 Folk literature in Tamil: Ballads, Telugu (Newspapers, Radio, TV etc.) (Short stories) Sadarangani, Published by Sahitya Songs, proverbs and riddles-Sociological (c) Problems of terminology and 8. Viswanatha Satyanarayana-Andhra Akademi (First 100 pages) study of Tamil folklore. Uses of translation- mechanisms in coining new terms in prasasti b. “Sachal Jo Choond Kalam” : ed. Kalyan Translation of Tamil works into other lan- Telugu in various discourses includ- 9. Devulapalli Krishna Sastry- B. Advani Published by Sahitya Akademi guages-Development of journalism in ing scientific and technical. Krishnapaksham (excluding Urvasi (Kafis only) Tamil. 6. Dialects of Telugu-Regional and so- and Pravasam) c. “Sami-a-ja Choond Sloka” : ed. B.H. Part: 3 Cultural Heritage of the Tamils cial variations and problems of stan- 10. Sri Sri-Maha prastanam. Nagrani Published by Sahitya Akademi Concept of Love and War-Concept of Aram- dardization. 11. Jashuva-Gabbilam (Part I) (First 100 pages) the ethical codes adopted by the ancient 7. Syntax-Major divisions of Telugu sen- 12. C. Narayana Reddy-Karpuravasanta d. “Shair-e-Bewas” : by Kishinchand Tamils in their warfare-customs, beliefs, tences-simple, complex and com- rayalu. Bewas rituals, modes of worship in the five Thinais. pound sentences-Noun and verb The cultural changes as revealed in post 13. Kanuparti Varalakshmamma-Sarada (“Saamoondi Sipoon” portion only) predications-Processes of sangam literature-cultural fusion in the lekhalu (Part I) nominlization and relativization-Direct e. “Roshan Chhanvro” : Narayan Shyam medieval period (Jainism & Buddhism). 14. Atreya-N.G.O. and indirect reporting-conversion pro- f. “Virhange Khanpoije Sindhi Shair jee The development of arts and architecture cesses. 15. Racha konda Visswanatha Sastry- Choond” : ed. H.I. Sadarangani Published through the ages (Pallavas, later cholas, Alpajaeevi. 8. Translation-Problems of translation, by Sahitya Akademi and Nayaks). The impact of various politi- URDU cultural, social and idiomatic-Methods (2) Drama cal, social, religious and cultural move- of translation-Approaches to transla- PAPER-I g. “Behtareen Sindhi Natak” (One-act ments on Tamil Society. The role of mass tion-Literary and other kinds of trans- media in the cultural change of contempo- (Answers must be written in Urdu) Plays) : Edited by M. Kamal Published by lation-various uses of translation. Gujarat Sindhi Academy. rary Tamil society. Section-A Section-B h. “Kako Kaloomal” (Full-length Play) : by PAPER-II Development of Urdu Language Literature Madan Jumani (Answers must be written in Tamil) a) Development of Indo-Aryan (i) Old Indo- 1. Literature in Pre-Nannaya Period- Aryan (ii) Middle Indo Aryan (iii) New Indo Section-B The paper will require first hand reading Marga and Desi poetry. of the Text prescribed and will be designed Aryan References to context and critical appre- to test the critical ability of the candidate. 2. Nannaya Period-Historical and liter- b) Western Hindi and its dialects Brij ciation of the texts included in this section. ary background of Andhra Bhasha Khadi Boli, Haryanavi Kannauji, a. ‘Pakheeara Valar Khan Vichhrya’ Section-A Mahabharata. Bundeli-Theories about the origin of Urdu (Novel) : by Gobind Malhi Part: 1 Ancient Literature 3. Saiva poets and their contribution- Language b. ‘Sat Deenhan’ (Novel) : by Krishan (1) Kuruntokai (1-25 poems) Dwipada, Sataka, Ragada, c) Dakhani Urdu-Origin and development, Khatwani (2) Purananurui (182-200 poems) its significant linguistic features. Udaharana. c. ‘Choond Sindhi Kahanyoon’ (Short Sto- (3) Tirukkural Porutpal : Arasiyalum d) Social and Cultural roots of Urdu lan- 4. Tikkana and his place in Telugu lit- ries) Vol. III. : Edited by Prem Prakash, Pub- Amaichiyalum (from Iraimatchi to guage-and its distinctive features. lished by Sahitya Akademi. Avaianjamai) erature. Script, Phonology, Morphology, Vocabu- d. ‘Bandhan’ (Short Stories) : Sundari Part : 2 Epic Literature 5. Errana and his literary works-Nachana lary. Uttamchandani Somana and his new approach to po- (1) Silappadikaram: Madhurai Kandam Section-B e. ‘Behtareen Sindhi Mazmoon’ (Essays) : only. etry. a) Genres and their development : (i) Po- Edited by Hiro Thakur, published by (2) Kambaramayanam: Kumbakarunan 6. Srinatha and Potana-Their woks and etry : Ghazal, Masnavi, Qasida, Marsia, Gujarat Sindhi Akademi. Vadhai Padalam contribution. Rubai, Jadid Nazm, f. ‘Sindhi Tanqeed’ (Criticism) : Edited by Part 3: Devotional Literature 7. Bhakti poets in Telugu literature- (ii) Prose : Novel, Short Story, Dastan, Harish Vaswani : Published by Sahitya (1) Tiruvasagam: Neetthal Vinnappam Tallapaka Annamayya, Ramadasu, Drama, Inshaiya, Khutoot, Biography. Akademi. Tyagayya. (2) Tiruppavai: (Full Text) b) Significant features of : (i) Deccani, Delhi g. ‘Mumhinjee Hayati-a ja Sona Ropa 8. Evolution of prabandhas-Kavya and and Lucknow schools (ii) Sir Syed move- Section-B varqa’ (Autobiography) : by Popati prabandha. ment, Romantic movement, Progressive Hiranandani Modern Literature 9. Southern school of Telugu literature- movement, Modernism. h. “Dr. Choithram Gidwani” (Biography) : Part:1 Poetry Raghunatha Nayaka, Chemakura c) Literary Criticism and its development by Vishnu Sharma (1) Bharathiar: Kannan Pattu Vankatakavi and women poets-Liter- with reference to Hali, Shibli, Kaleemuddin (2) Bharathidasan: Kudumba Vilakku ary forms like yakshagana, prose and Ahmad, Ehtisham Hussain, Ale-Ahmad TAMIL (3) Naa. Kamarasan: Karuppu Malarkal padakavita. Suroor. PAPER-I Prose 10. Modern Telugu Literature and literary d) Essay writing (covering literary and (Answers must be written in Tamil) (1) Mu. Varadharajanar. Aramum forms-Novel, Short Story, Drama, Play- imaginative topics) Section-A Arasiyalum let and poetic forms. PAPER-II Part: 1 History of Tamil Language (2) C N Annadurai: Ye! Thazhntha 11. Literary Movements : Reformation, (Answers must be written in Urdu) Major Indian Language Families-The Tamilagame. Nationalism, Neo-classicism, Roman- This paper will require first hand reading place of Tamil among Indian languages in Part : 2 Novel, Short story and Drama general and Dravidian in particular-Enu- ticism and Progressive, Revolutionary of the texts prescribed and will be designed (1) Akilon: Chittirappavai movements. to test the candidates critical ability. meration and Distribution of Dravidian lan- guages. (2) Jayakanthan: Gurupeedam 12. Digambarakavulu, Feminist and Dalit Section-A The language of Sangam literature-The (3) Cho: Yarukkum Vetkamillai Literature. 1. Mir Amman Bagho-Babar language of medieval Tamil: Pallava pe- Part: 3 Folk Literature 13. Main divisions of folk literature-Per- 2. Ghalib Intikhab-e-Khutoot-e riod only-Historical study of Nouns, Verbs, (1) Muthuppattan Kathai Edited by Na. forming folk arts. Ghalib
  • 24. 44 Employment News 11 - 17 February 20123. Mohd. Husain Nairang-e-Khayal ing and variance analysis, marginal cost- between Government, Business and dif- ation techniques only); Areas, surface and Azad ing and absorption costing. ferent Chambers of Commerce and Indus- volumes.4. Prem Chand Godan 5. Financial Management: try in India; Government’s policy with re- (3) Analytic Geometry: Goals of finance function; Concepts of gard to Small Scale Industries; Government Cartesian and polar coordinates in three5. Rajendra Singh Apne Dukh Mujhe value and return; Valuation of bonds and clearances for establishing a new enter- dimensions, second degree equations in Bedi Dedo prise; Public Distribution System; Govern- shares; Management of working capital: three variables, reduction to canonical6. Abul Kalam Azad Ghubar-e-Khatir ment control over price and distribution; forms, straight lines, shortest distance be- Estimation and financing; Management of Section-B cash, receivables, inventory and current Consumer Protection Act (CPA) and The tween two skew lines; Plane, sphere, cone,1. Mir Intikhab-e-Kalam-e-Mir liabilities; Cost of capital; Capital budget- Role of voluntary organizations in protect- cylinder, paraboloid, ellipsoid, hyperboloid ing; Financial and operating leverage; ing consumers’ rights; New Industrial Policy of one and two sheets and their properties. (Ed. Abdul Haq.) Design of capital structure: theories and of the Government: liberalization, deregu-2. Mir Hasan Sahrul Bayan (4) Ordinary Differential Equations: practices; Shareholder value creation: divi- lation and privatisation; Indian planning3. Ghalib Diwan-e-Ghalib system; Government policy concerning de- Formulation of differential equations; Equa- dend policy, corporate financial policy and tions of first order and first degree, inte-4. Iqbal Bal-e-Jibrail strategy, management of corporate dis- velopment of Backward areas/regions; The Responsibilities of the business as well as grating factor; Orthogonal trajectory; Equa-5. Firaq Gul-e-Naghma tress and restructuring strategy; Capital the Government to protect the environment; tions of first order but not of first degree,6. Faiz Dast-e-Saba and money markets: institutions and instru- Clairaut’s equation, singular solution. ments; Leasing, hire purchase and ven- Corporate Governance; Cyber Laws.7. Akhtruliman Bint-e-Lamhat Second and higher order linear equations ture capital; Regulation of capital market; 5. Strategic Management: MANAGEMENT with constant coefficients, complementary Risk and return: portfolio theory; CAPM; Business policy as a field of study; NatureThe candidate should make a study of the function, particular integral and general APT; Financial derivatives: option, futures, and scope of strategic management, Stra-concept and development of management solution. swap; Recent reforms in financial sector. tegic intent, vision, objectives and policies;as science and art drawing upon the con- Process of strategic planning and imple- Second order linear equations with vari- 6. Marketing Management:tributions of leading thinkers of manage- mentation; Environmental analysis and in- able coefficients, Euler-Cauchy equation;ment and apply the concepts to the real life Concept, evolution and scope; Marketing Determination of complete solution when strategy formulation and components of ternal analysis; SWOT analysis; Tools andof government and business decision mak- techniques for strategic analysis - Impact one solution is known using method ofing keeping in view the changes in the stra- marketing plan; Segmenting and targeting variation of parameters. the market; Positioning and differentiating matrix: The experience curve, BCG matrix,tegic and operative environment. GEC mode, Industry analysis, Concept of Laplace and Inverse Laplace transforms the market offering; Analyzing competition; PAPER – I value chain; Strategic profile of a firm; and their properties; Laplace transforms of Analyzing consumer markets; Industrial1. Managerial Function and Process: Framework for analysing competition; elementary functions. Application to initial buyer behaviour; Market research; Prod-Concept and Foundations of Management, Competitive advantage of a firm; Generic value problems for 2nd order linear equa- uct strategy; Pricing strategies; DesigningEvolution of Management Thoughts; competitive strategies; Growth strategies tions with constant coefficients. and managing Marketing channels; Inte-Managerial Functions – Planning, Orga- grated marketing communications; Build- – expansion, integration and diversifica- (5) Dynamics & Statics:nizing, Controlling; Decision making; Role ing customer satisfaction, Value and re- tion; Concept of core competence, Strate- Rectilinear motion, simple harmonic mo-of Manager, Managerial skills; Entrepre- tention; Services and non-profit marketing; gic flexibility; Reinventing strategy; Strat- tion, motion in a plane, projectiles; con-neurship; Management of innovation; Ethics in marketing; Consumer protection; egy and structure; Chief Executive and strained motion; Work and energy, conser-Managing in a global environment, Flex- Internet marketing; Retail management; Board; Turnaround management; Manage- vation of energy; Kepler’s laws, orbits un-ible Systems Management; Social respon- Customer relationship management; Con- ment of strategic change; Strategic alli- der central forces.sibility and managerial ethics; Process and cept of holistic marketing. ances, Mergers and Acquisitions; Strat- Equilibrium of a system of particles; Workcustomer orientation; Managerial pro- egy and corporate evolution in the Indian and potential energy, friction; common cat- PAPER – IIcesses on direct and indirect value chain. context. enary; Principle of virtual work; Stability of 1. Quantitative Techniques in Decision2. Organisational Behaviour and Design: 6. International Business: equilibrium, equilibrium of forces in three Making:Conceptual model of organization International Business Environment: dimensions. Descriptive statistics – tabular, graphicalbehaviour; The individual processes – per- Changing composition of trade in goods (6) Vector Analysis: and numerical methods, introduction tosonality, values and attitude, perception, and services; India’s Foreign Trade: Policy Scalar and vector fields, differentiation of probability, discrete and continuous prob-motivation, learning and reinforcement, and trends; Financing of International trade; vector field of a scalar variable; Gradient, ability distributions, inferential statistics-work stress and stress management; The Regional Economic Cooperation; FTAs; divergence and curl in cartesian and cylin- sampling distributions, central limit theo-dynamics of organization behaviour – Internationalisation of service firms; Inter- drical coordinates; Higher order deriva- rem, hypothesis testing for differences be-power and politics, conflict and negotia- national production; Operation Manage- tives; Vector identities and vector equa- tween means and proportions, inferencetion, leadership process and styles, com- ment in International companies; Interna- tions. about population variances, Chi-squaremunication; The Organizational Processes tional Taxation; Global competitiveness and ANOVA, simple correlation and regres- Application to geometry: Curves in space,- decision making, job design; Classical, and technological developments; Global sion, time series and forecasting, decision Curvature and torsion; Serret-Frenet’s for-Neoclassical and Contingency ap- e-Business; Designing global organisa- theory, index numbers; Linear program- mulae.proaches to organizational design; Orga- tional structure and control; Multicultural ming – problem formulation, simplex Gauss and Stokes’ theorems, Green’s iden-nizational theory and design - organiza- management; Global business strategy; method and graphical solution, sensitivity tities.tional culture, managing cultural diversity, Global marketing strategies; Export Man- analysis. PAPER - IIlearning organization; organizational agement; Export- Import procedures; Joint 2. Production and Operations Manage- Ventures; Foreign Investment: Foreign di- (1) Algebra:change and development; Knowledge ment: rect investment and foreign portfolio invest-Based Enterprise – systems and pro- Groups, subgroups, cyclic groups, cosets,cesses; Networked and virtual organiza- Fundamentals of operations management; ment; Cross-border Mergers and Acquisi- Lagrange’s Theorem, normal subgroups,tions. Organizing for production; Aggregate pro- tions; Foreign Exchange Risk Exposure quotient groups, homomorphism of duction planning, capacity planning, plant Management; World Financial Markets and groups, basic isomorphism theorems, per-3. Human Resource Management: design: process planning, plant size and International Banking; External Debt Man- mutation groups, Cayley’s theorem.HR challenges; HRM functions; The future scale of operations, Management of facili- agement; Country Risk Analysis.challenges of HRM; Strategic Management Rings, subrings and ideals, homomor- ties; Line balancing; Equipment replace- MATHEMATICSof human resources; Human resource plan- phisms of rings; Integral domains, princi- ment and maintenance; Production con-ning; Job analysis; Job evaluation; Recruit- PAPER - I pal ideal domains, Euclidean domains and trol; Supply chain management - vendorment and selection; Training and develop- (1) Linear Algebra: unique factorization domains; Fields, quo- evaluation and audit; Quality management;ment; Promotion and transfer; Performance Vector spaces over R and C, linear depen- tient fields. Statistical process control, Six Sigma; Flex-management; Compensation management ibility and agility in manufacturing systems; dence and independence, subspaces, (2) Real Analysis:and benefits; Employee morale and pro- World class manufacturing; Project man- bases, dimension; Linear transformations, Real number system as an ordered fieldductivity; Management of organizational agement concepts, R&D management, rank and nullity, matrix of a linear transfor- with least upper bound property; Se-climate and Industrial relations; Human Management of service operations; Role mation. quences, limit of a sequence, Cauchy se-resources accounting and audit; Human and importance of materials management, Algebra of Matrices; Row and column re- quence, completeness of real line; Seriesresource information system; International value analysis, make or buy decision; In- duction, Echelon form, congruence’s and and its convergence, absolute and condi-human resource management. ventory control, MRP; Waste management. similarity; Rank of a matrix; Inverse of a tional convergence of series of real and4. Accounting for Managers: 3. Management Information System: matrix; Solution of system of linear equa- complex terms, rearrangement of series.Financial accounting – concept, impor- Conceptual foundations of information sys- tions; Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, char- Continuity and uniform continuity of func-tance and scope, generally accepted ac- tems; Information theory; Information re- acteristic polynomial, Cayley-Hamilton tions, properties of continuous functions oncounting principles, preparation of finan- source management; Types of information theorem, Symmetric, skew-symmetric, Her- compact sets.cial statements with special reference to systems; Systems development - Overview mitian, skew-Hermitian, orthogonal and Riemann integral, improper integrals; Fun-analysis of a balance sheet and measure- of systems and design; System develop- unitary matrices and their eigenvalues. damental theorems of integral calculus.ment of business income, inventory valua- ment management life-cycle, Designing for (2) Calculus: Uniform convergence, continuity, differen-tion and depreciation, financial statement online and distributed environments; Imple- Real numbers, functions of a real variable, tiability and integrability for sequences andanalysis, fund flow analysis, the statement mentation and control of project; Trends in limits, continuity, differentiability, mean- series of functions; Partial derivatives ofof cash flows; Management accounting – information technology; Managing data value theorem, Taylor’s theorem with re- functions of several (two or three) variables,concept, need, importance and scope; resources - Organising data; DSS and mainders, indeterminate forms, maxima maxima and minima.Cost accounting – records and processes, RDBMS; Enterprise Resource Planning and minima, asymptotes; Curve tracing; (3) Complex Analysis:cost ledger and control accounts, recon- (ERP), Expert systems, e-Business archi- Functions of two or three variables: limits, Analytic functions, Cauchy-Riemann equa-ciliation and integration between financial tecture, e-Governance; Information sys- continuity, partial derivatives, maxima and tions, Cauchy’s theorem, Cauchy’s integraland cost accounts; Overhead cost and con- tems planning, Flexibility in information minima, Lagrange’s method of multipliers, formula, power series representation of an systems; User involvement; Evaluation of Jacobian.trol, Job and process costing, Budget and analytic function, Taylor’s series; information systems. Riemann’s definition of definite integrals;budgetary control, Performance budgeting, Singularities; Laurent’s series; Cauchy’sZero-base budgeting, relevant costing and 4. Government Business Interface: Indefinite integrals; Infinite and improper residue theorem; Contour integration.costing for decision-making, standard cost- State participation in business, Interaction integrals; Double and triple integrals (evalu- (4) Linear Programming:
  • 25. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 45 Linear programming problems, basic so- analysis of mechanical systems (single 3. I .C. Engines: Physiology of reproductive system: Men- lution, basic feasible solution and optimal degree of freedom), Critical speeds and 3.1 Classification, thermodynamic cycles strual cycle, lactation, pregnancy. solution; Graphical method and simplex whirling of shafts. of operation; determination of break power, Blood: Development, regulation and fate method of solutions; Duality. 4. Manufacturing Science: indicated power, mechanical efficiency, of blood cells. Transportation and assignment problems. 4.1 Manufacturing Process: heat balance sheet, interpretation of per- Cardio-vascular, cardiac output, blood (5) Partial differential equations: Machine tool engineering – Merchant’s formance characteristics, petrol, gas and pressure, regulation of cardiovascular Family of surfaces in three dimensions and force analysis; Taylor’s tool life equation; diesel engines. functions; formulation of partial differential equations; conventional machining; NC and CNC 3.2 Combustion in SI and CI engines, nor- 3. Biochemistry: Solution of quasilinear partial differential machining process; jigs and fixtures. mal and abnormal combustion; effect of Organ function tests-liver, kidney, thyroid equations of the first order, Cauchy’s Non-conventional machining – EDM, ECM, working parameters on knocking, reduc- Protein synthesis. method of characteristics; Linear partial ultrasonic, water jet machining etc; appli- tion of knocking; Forms of combustion differential equations of the second order chamber for SI and CI engines; rating of Vitamins and minerals. cation of lasers and plasmas; energy rate with constant coefficients, canonical form; fuels; additives; emission. Restriction fragment length polymorphism calculations. Equation of a vibrating string, heat equa- 3.3 Different systems of IC engines- fuels; (RFLP). Forming and welding processes- standard tion, Laplace equation and their solutions. lubricating; cooling and transmission sys- Polymerase chain reaction (PCR). processes. (6) Numerical Analysis and Computer tems. Alternate fuels in IC engines. Radio - immunoassays (RIA). Metrology - concept of fits and tolerances; programming: 4. Steam Engineering: 4. Pathology: tools and gauges; comparators; inspection Numerical methods: Solution of algebraic of length; position; profile and surface finish. 4.1 Steam generation- modified Rankine Inflammation and repair, disturbances of and transcendental equations of one vari- cycle analysis; Modern steam boilers; growth and cancer, Pathogenesis and his- 4.2. Manufacturing Management: able by bisection, Regula-Falsi and New- steam at critical and supercritical pressures; topathology of rheumatic and ischemic ton-Raphson methods; solution of system System design: factory location- simple OR draught equipment; natural and artificial heart disease and diabetes mellitus. Dif- of linear equations by Gaussian elimina- models; plant layout - methods based; ap- draught; boiler fuels solid, liquid and gas- ferentiation between benign, malignant, tion and Gauss-Jordan (direct), Gauss- plications of engineering economic analy- eous fuels. Steam turbines - principle; primary and metastatic malignancies, Seidel(iterative) methods. Newton’s (for- sis and break- even analysis for product types; compounding; impulse and reaction Pathogenesis and histopathology of bron- ward and backward) interpolation, selection, process selection and capacity turbines; axial thrust. chogenic carcinoma, carcinoma breast, Lagrange’s interpolation. planning; predetermined time standards. 4.2 Steam nozzles- flow of steam in con- oral cancer, cancer cervix, leukemia, Etiol- Numerical integration: Trapezoidal rule, System planning; forecasting methods ogy, pathogenesis and histopathology of - vergent and divergent nozzle; pressure at Simpson’s rules, Gaussian quadrature for- based on regression and decomposition, cirrhosis liver, glomerulonephritis, tuber- throat for maximum discharge with differ- mula. design and balancing of multi model and culosis, acute osteomyelitis. ent initial steam conditions such as wet, Numerical solution of ordinary differential stochastic assembly lines; inventory man- saturated and superheated, effect of varia- 5. Microbiology: equations: Euler and Runga Kutta-methods. agement – probabilistic inventory models tion of back pressure; supersaturated flow Humoral and cell mediated immunity for order time and order quantity determi- Computer Programming: Binary system; of steam in nozzles, Wilson line. nation; JIT systems; strategic sourcing; Diseases caused by and laboratory diag- Arithmetic and logical operations on num- 4.3 Rankine cycle with internal and exter- nosis of- managing inter plant logistics. bers; Octal and Hexadecimal systems; nal irreversibility; reheat factor; reheating System operations and control: Schedul- N Meningococcus, Salmonella Conversion to and from decimal systems; and regeneration, methods of governing; Algebra of binary numbers. ing algorithms for job shops; applications N Shigella, Herpes, Dengue, Polio back pressure and pass out turbines. of statistical methods for product and pro- N HIV/AIDS, Malaria, E. Histolytica, Giar- Elements of computer systems and con- 4.4 Steam power plants - combined cycle cess quality control - applications of con- dia cept of memory; Basic logic gates and truth power generation; heat recovery steam trol charts for mean, range, percent defec- tables, Boolean algebra, normal forms. generators (HRSG) fired and unfired, co- N Candida, Cryptococcus, Aspergillus tive, number of defectives and defects per Representation of unsigned integers, unit; quality cost systems; management of generation plants. 6. Pharmacology: signed integers and reals, double preci- resources, organizations and risks in 5. Refrigeration and air-conditioning: Mechanism of action and side effects of sion reals and long integers. projects. 5.1 Vapour compression refrigeration cycle the following drugs Algorithms and flow charts for solving nu- System improvement: Implementation of - cycle on p-H & T-s diagrams; eco-friendly N Antipyretics and analgesics, Antibiotics, merical analysis problems. systems, such as total quality management, refrigerants - R134a,123; Systems like Antimalaria; Antikala-azar,Antidiabetics (7) Mechanics and Fluid Dynamics: developing and managing flexible, lean evaporators, condensers, compressor, ex- N Antihypertensive, Antidiuretics, General Generalized coordinates; D’ Alembert’s and agile organizations. pansion devices. Simple vapour absorp- and cardiac vasodilators, Antiviral, An- principle and Lagrange’s equations; PAPER - II tion systems. tiparasitic, Antifungal, Immunosuppres- Hamilton equations; Moment of inertia; 1. Thermodynamics, Gas Dynamics and 5.2 Psychrometry - properties; processes; sants Motion of rigid bodies in two dimensions. Turbine: charts; sensible heating and cooling; hu- N Anticancer Equation of continuity; Euler’s equation of midification and dehumidification effective 7. Forensic Medicine and Toxicology: 1.1 Basic concept of First –law and second motion for inviscid flow; Stream-lines, path temperature; air-conditioning load calcu- law of Thermodynamics; concept of entropy Forensic examination of injuries and of a particle; Potential flow; Two-dimen- lation; simple duct design. and reversibility; availability and unavail- wounds; Examination of blood and semi- sional and axisymmetric motion; Sources ability and irreversibility. MEDICAL SCIENCE nal stains; poisoning, sedative overdose, and sinks, vortex motion; Navier-Stokes PAPER - I hanging, drowning, burns, DNA and finger 1.2 Classification and properties of fluids; equation for a viscous fluid. 1. Human Anatomy: print study. incompressible and compressible fluids MECHANICAL ENGINEERING flows; effect of Mach number and compress- Applied anatomy including blood and PAPER - II PAPER - I ibility; continuity momentum and energy nerve supply of upper and lower limbs and 1. General Medicine: 1. Mechanics: equations; normal and oblique shocks; one joints of shoulder, hip and knee. Etiology, clinical features, diagnosis and 1.1 Mechanics of rigid bodies: dimensional isentropic flow; flow or fluids in Gross anatomy, blood supply and lym- principles of management (including pre- duct with frictions that transfer. phatic drainage of tongue, thyroid, mam- Equations of equilibrium in space and its vention) of: - Tetanus, Rabies, AIDS, Den- application; first and second moments of 1.3 Flow through fans, blowers and com- mary gland, stomach, liver, prostate, go- gue, Kala-azar, Japanese Encephalitis. area; simple problems on friction; kinemat- pressors; axial and centrifugal flow con- nads and uterus. figuration; design of fans and compressors; Etiology, clinical features, diagnosis and ics of particles for plane motion; elemen- Applied anatomy of diaphragm, perineum principles of management of: tary particle dynamics. single problems compresses and turbine and inguinal region. cascade; open and closed cycle gas tur- Ischaemic heart disease, pulmonary em- 1.2 Mechanics of deformable bodies: Clinical anatomy of kidney, urinary blad- bines; work done in the gas turbine; reheat bolism. Generalized Hooke’s law and its applica- der, uterine tubes, vas deferens. and regenerators. Bronchial asthma. tion; design problems on axial stress, shear Embryology: Placenta and placental bar- 2. Heat Transfer: Pleural effusion, tuberculosis, Malabsorp- stress and bearing stress; material proper- rier. Development of heart, gut, kidney, ties for dynamic loading; bending shear 2.1 Conduction heat transfer- general con- uterus, ovary, testis and their common con- tion syndromes, acid peptic diseases, Vi- and stresses in beams;. determination of duction equation - Laplace, Poisson and genital abnormalities. ral hepatitis and cirrhosis of liver. principle stresses and strains - analytical Fourier equations; Fourier law of conduc- Glomerulonerphritis and pyelonephritis, Central and peripheral autonomic ner- and graphical; compound and combined tion; one dimensional steady state heat renal failure, nephrotic syndrome, renovas- vous system : Gross and clinical anatomy stresses; bi-axial stresses - thin walled conduction applied to simple wall, solid and cular hypertension, complications of dia- of ventricles of brain, circulation of cere- pressure vessel; material behaviour and hollow cylinder & spheres. betes mellitus, coagulation disorders, leu- brospinal fluid; Neural pathways and le- design factors for dynamic load; design of 2.2 Convection heat transfer- Newton’s law sions of cutaneous sensations, hearing and kemia, Hypo and hyper thyrodism, menin- circular shafts for bending and torsional of convection; free and forces convection; vision; Cranial nerves, distribution and gitis and encephalitis. load only; deflection of beam for statically heat transfer during laminar and turbulent clinical significance; Components of auto- Imaging in medical problems, ultrasound, determinate problems; theories of failure. flow of an incompressible fluid over a flat nomic nervous system. echocardiogram, CT scan, MRI. 2. Engineering Materials: plate; concepts of Nusselt number, hydro- 2. Human Physiology: Anxiety and Depressive Psychosis and dynamic and thermal boundary layer their Basic concepts on structure of solids; com- Conduction and transmission of impulse, schizophrenia and ECT. thickness; Prandtl number; analogy be- mon ferrous and non-ferrous materials and mechanism of contraction, neuromuscular 2. Pediatrics: tween heat and momentum transfer- their applications; heat-treatment of steels; transmission, reflexes, control of equilib- Reynolds, Colbum, Prandtl analogies; heat Immunization, Baby friendly hospital, con- non-metals- plastics, ceramics, composite rium, posture and muscle tone, descend- transfer during laminar and turbulent flow genital cyanotic heart disease, respiratory materials and nano-materials. ing pathways, functions of cerebellum, through horizontal tubes; free convection distress syndrome, broncho - pneumonias, 3. Theory of Machines: from horizontal and vertical plates. basal ganglia, Physiology of sleep and kernicterus. IMNCI classification and man- Kinematic and dynamic analysis of plane consciousness. 2.3 Black body radiation - basic radiation agement, PEM grading and management. mechanisms. Cams, Gears and epicyclic laws such as Stefan-Boltzman, Planck dis- Endocrine system: Mechanism of action ARI and Diarrhea of under five and their gear trains, flywheels, governors, balanc- tribution, Wein’s displacement etc. of hormones, formation, secretion, trans- management. ing of rigid rotors, balancing of single and port, metabolism, function and regulation 2.4 Basic heat exchanger analysis; classi- 3. Dermatology: multicylinder engines, linear vibration of secretion of pancreas and pituitary gland. fication of heat exchangers. Psoriasis, Allergic dermatitis, scabies, ec-
  • 26. 46 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012zema, vitiligo, Stevan Johnson’s syndrome, Ideas of Reason; Antinomies; Critique of PHYSICS lutions to boundary-value problems-con-Lichen Planus. Proofs for the Existence of God PAPER - I ducting and dielectric spheres in a uniform4. General Surgery: 5. Hegel: Dialectical Method; Absolute Ide- electric field; Magnetic shell, uniformly 1. (a) Mechanics of Particles: alism magnetized sphere; Ferromagnetic mate-Clinical features, causes, diagnosis and Laws of motion; conservation of energy and 6. Moore, Russell and Early Wittgenstein: rials, hysteresis, energy loss.principles of management of cleft palate, momentum, applications to rotating frames,harelip. Defence of Commonsense; Refutation of (b) Current Electricity: centripetal and Coriolis accelerations;Laryngeal tumor, oral and esophageal Idealism; Logical Atomism; Logical Con- Motion under a central force; Conserva- Kirchhoff’s laws and their applications;tumors. structions; Incomplete Symbols; Picture tion of angular momentum, Kepler’s laws; Biot-Savart law, Ampere’s law, Faraday’sPeripheral arterial diseases, varicose Theory of Meaning; Saying and Showing. Fields and potentials; Gravitational field law, Lenz’ law; Self-and mutual-induc-veins, coarctation of aorta 7. Logical Positivism: Verification Theory and potential due to spherical bodies, tances; Mean and r m s values in AC cir- of Meaning; Rejection of Metaphysics; Lin- Gauss and Poisson equations, gravita- cuits; DC and AC circuits with R, L and CTumors of Thyroid, Adrenal Glands guistic Theory of Necessary Propositions. tional self-energy; Two-body problem; Re- components; Series and parallel reso-Abscess, cancer, fibroadenoma and nances; Quality factor; Principle of trans- 8. Later Wittgenstein: Meaning and Use; Lan- duced mass; Rutherford scattering; Cen-adenosis of breast. former. guage-games; Critique of Private Language. tre of mass and laboratory referenceBleeding peptic ulcer, tuberculosis of frames. (c) Electromagnetic Waves and Black-bowel, ulcerative colitis, cancer stomach. 9. Phenomenology (Husserl): Method; Theory of Essences; Avoidance of (b) Mechanics of Rigid Bodies: body Radiation:Renal mass,cancer Prostate.. Psychologism. Displacement current and Maxwell’s equa- System of particles; Centre of mass, angu-Haemothorax, stones of Gall bladder, Kid- 10. Existentialism (Kierkegaard, Sartre, lar momentum, equations of motion; Con- tions; Wave equations in vacuum, Poyntingney, Ureter and Urinary Bladder. Heidegger): Existence and Essence; servation theorems for energy, momentum theorem; Vector and scalar potentials; Elec-Management of surgical conditions of Rec- Choice, Responsibility and Authentic Ex- and angular momentum; Elastic and in- tromagnetic field tensor, covariance oftum, Anus and Anal canal, Gall bladder istence; Being-in-the –world and Tempo- elastic collisions; Rigid body; Degrees of Maxwell’s equations; Wave equations inand Bile ducts rality. freedom, Euler’s theorem, angular veloc- isotropic dielectrics, reflection and refrac-Splenomegaly, cholecystitis, portal hyper- ity, angular momentum, moments of iner- tion at the boundary of two dielectrics; 11. Quine and Strawson: Critique of Em-tension, liver abscess, peritonitis, carci- tia, theorems of parallel and perpendicu- Fresnel’s relations; Total internal reflection; piricism; Theory of Basic Particulars andnoma head of pancreas. lar axes, equation of motion for rotation; Normal and anomalous dispersion; Persons. Molecular rotations (as rigid bodies); Di Rayleigh scattering; Blackbody radiationFractures of spine, Colles’ fracture and 12. Cârvâka : Theory of Knowledge; Re- and tri-atomic molecules; Precessional and Planck’s radiation law, Stefan-bone tumors. jection of Transcendent Entities. motion; top, gyroscope. Boltzmann law, Wien’s displacement lawEndoscopy 13. Jainism: Theory of Reality; and Rayleigh-Jeans’ law.Laprascopic Surgery. (c) Mechanics of Continuous Media: Saptabhaòginaya; Bondage and Liberation. 4. Thermal and Statistical Physics:5. Obstetrics and Gynaecology includ- Elasticity, Hooke’s law and elastic con- 14. Schools of Buddhism: (a) Thermodynamics:ing Family Planning: stants of isotropic solids and their inter-re- Pratîtyasamutpâda; Ksanikavada, lation; Streamline (Laminar) flow, viscos- Laws of thermodynamics, reversible andDiagnosis of pregnancy. Nairâtmyavâda ity, Poiseuille’s equation, Bernoulli’s equa- irreversible processes, entropy; Isothermal,Labour management, complications of 3rd 15. Nyâya- Vaiúesika: Theory of Catego- tion, Stokes’ law and applications. adiabatic, isobaric, isochoric processes andstage, Antepartum and postpartum hem- ries; Theory of Appearance; Theory of entropy changes; Otto and Diesel engines, (d) Special Relativity:orrhage, resuscitation of the newborn, Pramâna; Self, Liberation; God; Proofs for Gibbs’ phase rule and chemical potential;Management of abnormal lie and difficult the Existence of God; Theory of Causa- Michelson-Morley experiment and its im- van der Waals equation of state of a reallabour, Management of small for date or tion; Atomistic Theory of Creation. plications; Lorentz transformations-length gas, critical constants; Maxwell-Boltzmanpremature newborn. contraction, time dilation, addition of rela- 16. Sâmkhya: Prakrti; Purusa; Causation; distribution of molecular velocities, trans- tivistic velocities, aberration and DopplerDiagnosis and management of anemia. Liberation port phenomena, equipartition and virial effect, mass-energy relation, simple appli-Preeclampsia and Toxaemias of preg- 17. Yoga: Citta; Cittavrtti; Klesas; Samadhi; theorems; Dulong-Petit, Einstein, and cations to a decay process; Four dimen-nancy, Management of Post menopausal Kaivalya. Debye’s theories of specific heat of solids; sional momentum vector; Covariance ofSyndrome. 18. Mimâmsâ: Theory of Knowledge Maxwell relations and applications; equations of physics.Intra-uterine devices, pills, tubectomy and Clausius- Clapeyron equation; Adiabatic 19. Schools of Vedânta: Brahman; Îúvara; 2. Waves and Optics:vasectomy. Medical termination of preg- demagnetisation, Joule-Kelvin effect and Âtman; Jiva; Jagat; Mâyâ; Avidyâ; Adhyâsa; (a) Waves:nancy including legal aspects. liquefaction of gases. Moksa; Aprthaksiddhi; PancavidhabhedaCancer cervix. Simple harmonic motion, damped oscilla- (b) Statistical Physics: 20. Aurobindo: Evolution, Involution; Inte- tion, forced oscillation and resonance;Leucorrhoea, pelvic pain, infertility, dys- gral Yoga. Macro and micro states, statistical distribu- Beats; Stationary waves in a string; Pulses tions, Maxwell-Boltzmann, Bose-Einsteinfunctional uterine bleeding (DUB), amen- PAPER – II and wave packets; Phase and group ve- and Fermi-Dirac distributions, applicationsorrhoea, Fibroid and prolapse of uterus. Socio-Political Philosophy locities; Reflection and Refraction from to specific heat of gases and blackbody6. Community Medicine (Preventive and Huygens’ principle. 1. Social and Political Ideals: Equality, Jus- radiation; Concept of negative tempera-Social Medicine): tice, Liberty. (b) Geometrical Optics: tures.Principles, methods, approach and mea- 2. Sovereignty: Austin, Bodin, Laski, Laws of reflection and refraction from PAPER - IIsurements of Epidemiology Kautilya. Fermat’s principle; Matrix method in 1. Quantum Mechanics:Nutrition, nutritional diseases / disorders & paraxial optics-thin lens formula, nodal 3. Individual and State: Rights; Duties and Wave-particle dualitiy; Schroedinger equa-Nutrition Programmes. planes, system of two thin lenses, chro- Accountability tion and expectation values; UncertaintyHealth information Collection, Analysis and 4. Forms of Government: Monarchy; The- matic and spherical aberrations.Presentation. principle; Solutions of the one-dimensional ocracy and Democracy. (c) Interference: Schroedinger equation for a free particleObjectives, components and critical analy- 5. Political Ideologies: Anarchism; Marx- Interference of light-Young’s experiment, (Gaussian wave-packet), particle in a box,sis of National programmes for control/ ism and Socialism Newton’s rings, interference by thin films, particle in a finite well, linear harmonic os-eradication of: Michelson interferometer; Multiple beam 6. Humanism; Secularism; Multiculturalism. cillator; Reflection and transmission by aMalaria, Kala-azar, Filaria and Tuberculo- interference and Fabry-Perot interferom- step potential and by a rectangular barrier; 7. Crime and Punishment: Corruption,sis, eter. Particle in a three dimensional box, den- Mass Violence, Genocide, Capital P u n -HIV/AIDS, STDs and Dengue (d) Diffraction: sity of states, free electron theory of met- ishment.Critical appraisal of Health care delivery Fraunhofer diffraction-single slit, double als; Angular momentum; Hydrogen atom; 8. Development and Social Progress.system. slit, diffraction grating, resolving power; Dif- Spin half particles, properties of Pauli spin 9. Gender Discrimination: Female Foeti- fraction by a circular aperture and the Airy matrices.Health management and administration: cide, Land and Property Rights; pattern; Fresnel diffraction: half-period 2. Atomic and Molecular Physics:Techniques, Tools, Programme Implemen- Empowernment. zones and zone plates, circular aperture.tation and Evaluation. Stern-Gerlach experiment, electron spin,Objective, Component, Goals and Status 10. Caste Discrimination: Gandhi and (e) Polarization and Modern Optics: fine structure of hydrogen atom; L-S cou-of Reproductive and Child Health, National Ambedkar pling, J-J coupling; Spectroscopic notation Production and detection of linearly andRural Health Mission and Millennium De- Philosophy of Religion: circularly polarized light; Double refraction, of atomic states; Zeeman effect; Frank-velopment Goals 1. Notions of God: Attributes; Relation to quarter wave plate; Optical activity; Prin- Condon principle and applications; El-Management of hospital and industrial Man and the World. (Indian and Western). ciples of fibre optics, attenuation; Pulse ementary theory of rotational, vibratonalwaste. 2. Proofs for the Existence of God and their dispersion in step index and parabolic in- and electronic spectra of diatomic mol- Critique (Indian and Western). dex fibres; Material dispersion, single ecules; Raman effect and molecular struc- PHILOSOPHY mode fibres; Lasers-Einstein A and B co- ture; Laser Raman spectroscopy; Impor- PAPER - I 3. Problem of Evil. tance of neutral hydrogen atom, molecular efficients; Ruby and He-Ne lasers; Char-History and Problems of Philosophy: 4. Soul: Immortality; Rebirth and Libera- acteristics of laser light-spatial and tempo- hydrogen and molecular hydrogen ion in1. Plato and Aristotle: Ideas; Substance; tion. ral coherence; Focusing of laser beams; astronomy; Fluorescence and Phosphores-Form and Matter; Causation; Actuality and 5. Reason, Revelation and Faith. Three-level scheme for laser operation; cence; Elementary theory and applicationsPotentiality. 6. Religious Experience: Nature and Ob- Holography and simple applications. of NMR and EPR; Elementary ideas about2. Rationalism (Descartes, Spinoza, ject (Indian and Western). 3. Electricity and Magnetism: Lamb shift and its significance.Leibniz): Cartesian Method and Certain 7. Religion without God. (a) Electrostatics and Magnetostatics: 3. Nuclear and Particle Physics:Knowledge; Substance; God; Mind-Body 8. Religion and Morality. Basic nuclear properties-size, binding en- Laplace and Poisson equations in electro-Dualism; Determinism and Freedom. ergy, angular momentum, parity, magnetic 9. Religious Pluralism and the Problem of statics and their applications; Energy of a3. Empiricism (Locke, Berkeley, Hume): system of charges, multipole expansion of moment; Semi-empirical mass formula and Absolute Truth.Theory of Knowledge; Substance and scalar potential; Method of images and its applications, mass parabolas; GroundQualities; Self and God; Scepticism. 10. Nature of Religious Language: Ana- state of deuteron, magnetic moment and logical and Symbolic; Cognitivist and Non- applications; Potential and field due to a4. Kant: Possibility of Synthetic a priori dipole, force and torque on a dipole in an non-central forces; Meson theory of nuclear cognitive. forces; Salient features of nuclear forces;Judgments; Space and Time; Categories; external field; Dielectrics, polarization; So-
  • 27. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 47 Shell model of the nucleus - successes and 4. (a) Principal Organs of the Union Gov- 10. Regionalisation of World Politics: EU, ception; Culture and perception, Sublimi- limitations; Violation of parity in beta de- ernment: Envisaged role and actual work- ASEAN, APEC, SAARC, NAFTA. nal perception. cay; Gamma decay and internal conver- ing of the Executive, Legislature and Su- 11. Contemporary Global Concerns: De- 6. Learning: sion; Elementary ideas about Mossbauer preme Court. mocracy, human rights, environment, gen- Concept and theories of learning (Behavi- spectroscopy; Q-value of nuclear reactions; (b) Principal Organs of the State Govern- der justice, terrorism, nuclear proliferation. ourists, Gestaltalist and Information pro- Nuclear fission and fusion, energy produc- ment: Envisaged role and actual working India and the World: tion in stars; Nuclear reactors. cessing models); The Processes of extinc- of the Executive, Legislature and High 1. Indian Foreign Policy: Determinants of tion, discrimination and generalization; Classification of elementary particles and Courts. foreign policy; institutions of policy-mak- Programmed learning, probability learning, their interactions; Conservation laws; 5. Grassroots Democracy: Panchayati Raj ing; continuity and change. self-instructional learning, concepts; Types Quark structure of hadrons; Field quanta and Municipal Government; significance 2. India’s Contribution to the Non-Alignment and the schedules of reinforcement, es- of electroweak and strong interactions; El- of 73rd and 74th Amendments; Grassroot Movement: Different phases; current role. cape, avoidance and punishment, model- ementary ideas about unification of forces; movements. Physics of neutrinos. 3. India and South Asia: ing and social learning. 6. Statutory Institutions/Commissions: 4. Solid State Physics, Devices and Elec- (a) Regional Co-operation: SAARC – past 7. Memory: Election Commission, Comptroller and tronics: performance and future prospects. Encoding and remembering; Short term Auditor General, Finance Commission, Crystalline and amorphous structure of Union Public Service Commission, Na- (b) South Asia as a Free Trade Area. memory, Long term memory, Sensory matter; Different crystal systems, space tional Commission for Scheduled Castes, (c) India’s “Look East” policy. memory, Iconic memory, Echoic memory: groups; Methods of determination of crys- National Commission for Scheduled (d) Impediments to regional co-operation: The Multistore model, levels of process- tal structure; X-ray diffraction, scanning and Tribes, National Commission for Women; river water disputes; illegal cross-border ing; Organization and Mnemonic tech- transmission electron microscopies; Band National Human Rights Commission, Na- migration; ethnic conflicts and insurgen- niques to improve memory; Theories of for- theory of solids - conductors, insulators and tional Commission for Minorities, National cies; border disputes. getting: decay, interference and retrieval semiconductors; Thermal properties of sol- Backward Classes Commission. 4. India and the Global South: Relations failure: Metamemory; Amnesia: Antero- ids, specific heat, Debye theory; Magne- 7. Federalism: Constitutional provisions; with Africa and Latin America; leadership grade and retrograde. tism: dia, para and ferromagnetism; Ele- changing nature of centre-state relations; role in the demand for NIEO and WTO ne- 8. Thinking and Problem Solving: ments of superconductivity, Meissner ef- integrationist tendencies and regional as- gotiations. fect, Josephson junctions and applications; Piaget’s theory of cognitive development; pirations; inter-state disputes. 5. India and the Global Centres of Power: Elementary ideas about high temperature Concept formation processes; Information 8. Planning and Economic Development : USA, EU, Japan, China and Russia. superconductivity. processing, Reasoning and problem solv- Nehruvian and Gandhian perspectives; role 6. India and the UN System: Role in UN Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors; p- ing, Facilitating and hindering factors in of planning and public sector; Green Revo- Peace-keeping; demand for Permanent n-p and n-p-n transistors; Amplifiers and lution, land reforms and agrarian relations; problem solving, Methods of problem solv- Seat in the Security Council. ing: Creative thinking and fostering creativ- oscillators; Op-amps; FET, JFET and liberalilzation and economic reforms. MOSFET; Digital electronics-Boolean iden- 7. India and the Nuclear Question: Chang- ity; Factors influencing decision making and 9. Caste, Religion and Ethnicity in Indian ing perceptions and policy. tities, De Morgan’s laws, logic gates and judgment; Recent trends. Politics. truth tables; Simple logic circuits; Ther- 8. Recent developments in Indian Foreign 9. Motivation and Emotion: 10. Party System: National and regional policy: India’s position on the recent crisis mistors, solar cells; Fundamentals of mi- Psychological and physiological basis of political parties, ideological and social in Afghanistan, Iraq and West Asia, grow- croprocessors and digital computers. bases of parties; patterns of coalition poli- ing relations with US and Israel; vision of a motivation and emotion; Measurement of POLITICAL SCIENCE AND tics; Pressure groups, trends in electoral motivation and emotion; Effects of motiva- new world order. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS behaviour; changing socio- economic pro- tion and emotion on behaviour; Extrinsic PSYCHOLOGY PAPER - I file of Legislators. and intrinsic motivation; Factors influenc- PAPER - I Political Theory and Indian Politics: 11. Social Movements: Civil liberties and ing intrinsic motivation; Emotional compe- human rights movements; women’s move- Foundations of Psychology tence and the related issues. 1. Political Theory: meaning and ap- proaches. ments; environmentalist movements. 1. Introduction: 10. Intelligence and Aptitude: 2. Theories of the State: Liberal, Neo- PAPER – II Definition of Psychology; Historical ante- Concept of intelligence and aptitude, Na- liberal, Marxist, Pluralist, Post-colonial and Comparative Politics and International cedents of Psychology and trends in the ture and theories of intelligence - feminist. Relations 21st century; Psychology and scientific Spearman, Thurstone, Gullford Vernon, methods; Psychology in relation to other 3. Justice: Conceptions of justice with spe- Comparative Political Analysis and In- Sternberg and J.P; Das; Emotional Intelli- social sciences and natural sciences; Ap- cial reference to Rawl’s theory of justice ternational Politics: gence, Social intelligence, measurement plication of Psychology to societal prob- and its communitarian critiques. 1. Comparative Politics: Nature and major of intelligence and aptitudes, concept of lems. 4. Equality: Social, political and economic; approaches; political economy and politi- IQ, deviation IQ, constancy of IQ; Measure- 2. Methods of Psychology: relationship between equality and free- cal sociology perspectives; limitations of ment of multiple intelligence; Fluid intelli- dom; Affirmative action. Types of research: Descriptive, evaluative, the comparative method. gence and crystallized intelligence. diagnostic and prognostic; Methods of 5. Rights: Meaning and theories; different 2. State in comparative perspective: Char- 11. Personality: Research: Survey, observation, case-study kinds of rights; concept of Human Rights. acteristics and changing nature of the State and experiments; Characteristics of experi- Definition and concept of personality; Theo- 6. Democracy: Classical and contempo- in capitalist and socialist economies, and, mental design and non-experimental de- ries of personality (psychoanalytical, socio- rary theories; different models of democ- advanced industrial and developing soci- sign, Quasi-experimental designs; Fo- cultural, interpersonal, developmental, racy – representative, participatory and eties. cussed group discussions, brain storming, humanistic, behaviouristic, trait and type deliberative. grounded theory approach. 3. Politics of Representation and Partici- approaches); Measurement of personality 7. Concept of power, hegemony, ideology pation: Political parties, pressure groups 3. Research Methods: (projective tests, pencil-paper test); The and legitimacy. and social movements in advanced indus- Major steps in Psychological research Indian approach to personality; Training 8. Political Ideologies: Liberalism, Social- trial and developing societies. (problem statement, hypothesis formula- for personality development; Latest ap- ism, Marxism, Fascism, Gandhism and tion, research designs, sampling, tools of proaches like big 5 factor theory; The no- 4. Globalisation: Responses from devel- Feminism. data collection, analysis and interpretation tion of self in different traditions. oped and developing societies. 9. Indian Political Thought : Dharam- and report writing) Fundamental versus 5. Approaches to the Study of International 12. Attitudes, Values and Interests: shastra, Arthashastra and Buddhist tradi- applied research; Methods of data collec- Relations: Idealist, Realist, Marxist, Func- Definition of attitudes, values and interests; tions; Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Sri tion (interview, observation, question- tionalist and Systems theory. Components of attitudes; Formation and Aurobindo, M.K. Gandhi, B.R. Ambedkar, naire); Research designs (ex-post facto M.N. Roy . 6. Key concepts in International Relations: and experimental); Application of statisti- maintenance of attitudes; Measurement of 10. Western Political Thought: Plato, National interest, Security and power; Bal- cal technique (t - test, two way ANOVA cor- attitudes, values and interests; Theories of Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, John ance of power and deterrence; Transnational relation, regression and factor analysis); attitude change; Strategies for fostering S. Mill, Marx, Gramsci, Hannah Arendt. actors and collective security; World capital- Item response theory. values; Formation of stereotypes and preju- ist economy and globalisation. 4. Development of Human Behaviour: dices; Changing others behaviour; Theo- Indian Government and Politics: 7. Changing International Political Order: ries of attribution; Recent trends. 1. Indian Nationalism: Growth and development; Principles of (a) Rise of super powers; strategic and development, Role of genetic and environ- 13. Language and Communication: (a) Political Strategies of India’s Freedom Struggle: Constitutionalism to mass ideological Bipolarity, arms race and Cold mental factors in determining human Human language - Properties, structure Satyagraha, Non-cooperation, Civil Dis- War; nuclear threat; behaviour; Influence of cultural factors in and linguistic hierarchy, Language acqui- obedience; Militant and revolutionary (b) Non-aligned movement: Aims and socialization; Life span development - sition-predisposition, critical period hypoth- movements, Peasant and workers’ move- achievements; Characteristics, development tasks, pro- esis; Theories of language development - ments. (c) Collapse of the Soviet Union; Unipolar- moting psychological well-being across Skinner and Chomsky; Process and types (b) Perspectives on Indian National Move- major stages of the life span. of communication - effective communica- ity and American hegemony; relevance of ment: Liberal, Socialist and Marxist; Radi- non-alignment in the contemporary world. 5. Sensation, Attention and Perception: tion training. cal humanist and Dalit. 8. Evolution of the International Economic Sensation: concepts of threshold, absolute 14. Issues and Perspectives in Modern 2. Making of the Indian Constitution: Lega- System: From Brettonwoods to WTO; So- and difference thresholds, signal-detection Contemporary Psychology: cies of the British rule; different social and cialist economies and the CMEA (Council and vigilance; Factors influencing atten- Computer application in the psychological political perspectives. tion including set and characteristics of for Mutual Economic Assistance); Third laboratory and psychological testing; Arti- 3. Salient Features of the Indian Constitu- stimulus; Definition and concept of percep- World demand for new international eco- ficial intelligence; Psychocybernetics; tion: The Preamble, Fundamental Rights tion, biological factors in perception; Per- nomic order; Globalisation of the world Study of consciousness-sleep-wake and Duties, Directive Principles; Parlia- ceptual organization-influence of past ex- economy. schedules; dreams, stimulus deprivation, mentary System and Amendment Proce- periences, perceptual defence-factors in- 9. United Nations: Envisaged role and ac- fluencing space and depth perception, size meditation, hypnotic/drug induced states; dures; Judicial Review and Basic Struc- tual record; specialized UN agencies-aims estimation and perceptual readiness; The Extrasensory perception; Intersensory per- ture doctrine. and functioning; need for UN reforms. plasticity of perception; Extrasensory per- ception Simulation studies.
  • 28. 48 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 PAPER - II 10. Application of Psychology in Infor- Concepts of accountability and control; 6. State Government and Administration:Psychology: Issues and Applications mation Technology and Mass Media: Legislative, Executive and Judicial control Union-State administrative, legislative and1. Psychological Measurement of Indi- The present scenario of information tech- over administration; Citizen and Adminis- financial relations; Role of the Financevidual Differences: nology and the mass media boom and the tration; Role of media, interest groups, vol- Commission; Governor; Chief Minister; role of psychologists; Selection and train- untary organizations; Civil society; Council of Ministers; Chief Secretary; StateThe nature of individual differences; Char- ing of psychology professionals to work in Citizen’s Charters; Right to Information; Secretariat; Directorates.acteristics and construction of standardized the field of IT and mass media; Distance Social audit. 7. District Administration since Indepen-psychological tests; Types of psychologi-cal tests; Use, misuse and limitation of psy- learning through IT and mass media; En- 6. Administrative Law: dence:chological tests; hical issues in the use of trepreneurship through e-commerce; Mul- Meaning, scope and significance; Dicey Changing role of the Collector; Union-psychological tests. tilevel marketing; Impact of TV and foster- on Administrative law; Delegated legisla- state-local relations; Imperatives of de- ing value through IT and mass media; Psy- tion; Administrative Tribunals. velopment management and law and or-2. Psychological well being and Mental chological consequences of recent devel- 7. Comparative Public Administration: der administration; District administrationDisorders: opments in Information Technology. and democratic decentralization.Concept of health-ill health; Positive health, Historical and sociological factors affect- 11. Psychology and Economic develop- ing administrative systems; Administration 8. Civil Services:well being; Causal factors in mental disor- ment: and politics in different countries; Currentders (Anxiety disorders, mood disorders, Constitutional position; Structure, recruit-schizophrenia and delusional disorders; Achievement motivation and economic status of Comparative Public Administra- ment, training and capacity-building; Goodpersonality disorders, substance abuse development; Characteristics of entrepre- tion; Ecology and administration; Riggsian governance initiatives; Code of conduct anddisorders); Factors influencing positive neurial behaviour; Motivating and training models and their critique. discipline; Staff associations; Political rights;health, well being, life style and quality of people for entrepreneurship and economic 8. Development Dynamics: Grievance redressal mechanism; Civil ser-life; Happiness disposition. development; Consumer rights and con- vice neutrality; Civil service activism. Concept of development; Changing pro- sumer awareness, Government policies for3. Therapeutic Approaches: file of development administration; ‘Anti- 9. Financial Management: promotion of entrepreneurship amongPsychodynamic therapies; Behaviour development thesis’; Bureaucracy and Budget as a political instrument; Parlia- youth including women entrepreneurs.therapies; Client centered therapy; Cogni- development; Strong state versus the mar- mentary control of public expenditure; Role 12. Application of psychology to environ- ket debate; Impact of liberalisation on ad-tive therapies; Indigenous therapies (Yoga, of finance ministry in monetary and fiscal ment and related fields: ministration in developing countries;Meditation); Bio-feedback therapy; Preven- area; Accounting techniques; Audit; Roletion and rehabilitation of the mentally ill; Environmental psychology-effects of noise, Women and development - the self-help of Controller General of Accounts andFostering mental health. pollution and crowding; Population psy- group movement. Comptroller and Auditor General of India. chology: psychological consequences of 9. Personnel Administration:4. Work Psychology and Organisational 10. Administrative Reforms since Inde- population explosion and high populationBehaviour: Importance of human resource develop- pendence: density; Motivating for small family norm;Personnel selection and training; Use of ment; Recruitment, training, career ad- Major concerns; Important Committees and Impact of rapid scientific and technologi-psychological tests in the industry; Train- vancement, position classification, disci- Commissions; Reforms in financial man- cal growth on degradation of and human resource development; pline, performance appraisal, promotion, agement and human resource develop- 13. Application of psychology in other pay and service conditions; employer-em-Theories of work motivation – Herzberg, ment; Problems of implementation. fields: ployee relations, grievance redressalMaslow, Adam Equity theory, Porter and 11. Rural Development:Lawler, Vroom; Leadership and participa- (a) Military Psychology mechanism; Code of conduct; Administra- Institutions and agencies since indepen-tory management; Advertising and mar- Devising psychological tests for defence tive ethics. dence; Rural development programmes:keting; Stress and its management; Ergo- personnel for use in selection, Training, 10. Public Policy: foci and strategies; Decentralization andnomics; consumer psychology; Manage- counseling; training psychologists to work Models of policy-making and their critique; Panchayati Raj; 73rd Constitutionalrial effectiveness; Transformational lead- with defence personnel in promoting posi- Processes of conceptualisation, planning, amendment.ership; Sensitivity training; Power and poli- tive health; Human engineering in defence. implementation, monitoring, evaluation 12. Urban Local Government:tics in organizations. (b) Sports Psychology and review and their limitations; State theo- Municipal governance: main features,5. Application of Psychology to Educa- Psychological interventions in improving ries and public policy formulation. structures, finance and problem areas;tional Field: performance of athletes and sports. Per- 11. Techniques of Administrative Im- 74th Constitutional Amendment; Global-Psychological principles underlying effec- sons participating in Individual and Team provement: local debate; New localism; Developmenttive teaching-learning process; Learning Games. Organisation and methods, Work study and dynamics, politics and administration withstyles; Gifted, retarded, learning disabled (c) Media influences on pro and antisocial work management; e-governance and in- special reference to city management.and their training; Training for improving behaviour. formation technology; Management aid 13. Law and Order Administration:memory and better academic achievement; (d) Psychology of terrorism. tools like network analysis, MIS, PERT, CPM.Personality development and value edu- British legacy; National Police Commission; 14. Psychology of Gender: 12. Financial Administration: Investigative agencies; Role of central andcation, Educational, vocational guidance Issues of discrimination, Management of Monetary and fiscal policies; Public bor- state agencies including paramilitary forcesand career counseling; Use of psychologi- diversity; Glass ceiling effect, Self fulfilling rowings and public debt Budgets - types in maintenance of law and order and coun-cal tests in educational institutions; Effec- prophesy, Women and Indian society. and forms; Budgetary process; Financial tering insurgency and terrorism; Criminali-tive strategies in guidance programmes. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION accountability; Accounts and audit. sation of politics and administration; Po-6. Community Psychology: PAPER – I PAPER - II lice-public relations; Reforms in Police.Definition and concept of community psy- Administrative Theory Indian Administration 14. Significant issues in Indian Adminis-chology; Use of small groups in social ac- 1. Evolution of Indian Administration: tration:tion; Arousing community consciousness 1. Introduction:and action for handling social problems; Kautilya’s Arthashastra; Mughal adminis- Values in public service; Regulatory Com- Meaning, scope and significance of PublicGroup decision making and leadership for tration; Legacy of British rule in politics and missions; National Human Rights Commis- Administration; Wilson’s vision of Publicsocial change; Effective strategies for so- administration - Indianization of public ser- sion; Problems of administration in coali- Administration; Evolution of the disciplinecial change. vices, revenue administration, district ad- tion regimes; Citizen-administration inter- and its present status; New Public Admin- ministration, local self-government. face; Corruption and administration; Disas-7. Rehabilitation Psychology: istration; Public Choice approach; Chal- ter management.Primary, secondary and tertiary prevention lenges of liberalization, Privatisation, 2. Philosophical and Constitutional frame-programmes-role of psychologists; Globalisation; Good Governance: concept work of government: SOCIOLOGYOrganising of services for rehabilitation of and application; New Public Management. Salient features and value premises; Con- PAPER - Iphysically, mentally and socially chal- 2. Administrative Thought: stitutionalism; Political culture; Bureau- FUNDAMENTALS OF SOCIOLOGYlenged persons including old persons, Scientific Management and Scientific Man- cracy and democracy; Bureaucracy andRehabilitation of persons suffering from development. 1. Sociology - The Discipline: agement movement; Classical Theory;substance abuse, juvenile delinquency, Weber’s bureaucratic model – its critique 3. Public Sector Undertakings: (a) Modernity and social changes in Eu-criminal behaviour; Rehabilitation of vic- and post-Weberian Developments; Dy- rope and emergence of sociology. Public sector in modern India; Forms oftims of violence, Rehabilitation of HIV/AIDS namic Administration (Mary Parker Follett); Public Sector Undertakings; Problems of (b) Scope of the subject and comparisonvictims, the role of social agencies. Human Relations School (Elton Mayo and autonomy, accountability and control; Im- with other social sciences.8. Application of Psychology to disadvan- others); Functions of the Executive (C.I. pact of liberalization and privatization. (c) Sociology and common sense.taged groups: Barnard); Simon’s decision-making theory; 4. Union Government and Administra- 2. Sociology as Science:The concepts of disadvantaged, depriva- Participative Management (R. Likert, C. tion: (a) Science, scientific method and critique.tion; Social, physical, cultural and economic Argyris, D. McGregor). Executive, Parliament, Judiciary - structure, (b) Major theoretical strands of researchconsequences of disadvantaged and de- 3. Administrative Behaviour: functions, work processes; Recent trends; methodology.prived groups; Educating and motivating the Process and techniques of decision-mak- Intragovernmental relations; Cabinet Sec-disadvantaged towards development; Rela- (c) Positivism and its critique. ing; Communication; Morale; Motivation retariat; Prime Minister’s Office; Centraltive and prolonged deprivation. Theories – content, process and contem- Secretariat; Ministries and Departments; (d) Fact value and objectivity.9. Psychological problems of social inte- porary; Theories of Leadership: Traditional Boards; Commissions; Attached offices; (e) Non- positivist methodologies.gration: and Modern. Field organizations. 3. Research Methods and Analysis:The concept of social integration; The prob- 4. Organisations: 5. Plans and Priorities: (a) Qualitative and quantitative methods.lem of caste, class, religion and language Theories – systems, contingency; Structure Machinery of planning; Role, composition (b) Techniques of data collection.conflicts and prejudice; Nature and mani- and forms: Ministries and Departments, and functions of the Planning Commissionfestation of prejudice between the in-group (c) Variables, sampling, hypothesis, reli- Corporations, Companies, Boards and and the National Development Council;and out-group; Causal factors of social ability and validity. Commissions; Ad hoc and advisory bod- ‘Indicative’ planning; Process of plan for-conflicts and prejudices; Psychological ies; Headquarters and Field relationships; 4. Sociological Thinkers: mulation at Union and State levels; Con-strategies for handling the conflicts and Regulatory Authorities; Public - Private stitutional Amendments (1992) and decen- (a) Karl Marx- Historical materialism,prejudices; Measures to achieve social in- Partnerships. tralized planning for economic develop- mode of production, alienation, classtegration. 5. Accountability and control: ment and social justice. struggle.
  • 29. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 49 (b) Emile Durkheim- Division of labour, so- (a) Definitional problems. and of random variables, expectation and ments, split-plot and simple lattice designs, cial fact, suicide, religion and society. (b) Geographical spread. moments of a random variable, conditional transformation of data Duncan’s multiple (c) Max Weber- Social action, ideal types, (c) Colonial policies and tribes. expectation, convergence of a sequence range test. authority, bureaucracy, protestant of random variable in distribution, in prob- PAPER - II (d) Issues of integration and autonomy. ethic and the spirit of capitalism. ability, in p-th mean and almost every- 1. Industrial Statistics: (iv) Social Classes in India: where, their criteria and inter-relations, (d) Talcolt Parsons- Social system, pat- Process and product control, general tern variables. (a) Agrarian class structure. Chebyshev’s inequality and Khintchine‘s theory of control charts, different types of (e) Robert K. Merton- Latent and mani- (b) Industrial class structure. weak law of large numbers, strong law of control charts for variables and attributes, fest functions, conformity and devi- (c) Middle classes in India. large numbers and Kolmogoroff’s theo- X, R, s, p, np and c charts, cumulative sum ance, reference groups. (v) Systems of Kinship in India: rems, probability generating function, mo- chart. Single, double, multiple and sequen- (f) Mead - Self and identity. ment generating function, characteristic tial sampling plans for attributes, OC, ASN, (a) Lineage and descent in India. function, inversion theorem, Linderberg AOQ and ATI curves, concepts of 5. Stratification and Mobility: (b) Types of kinship systems. and Levy forms of central limit theorem, producer’s and consumer’s risks, AQL, (a) Concepts- equality, inequality, hierar- (c) Family and marriage in India. standard discrete and continuous probabil- LTPD and AOQL, Sampling plans for vari- chy, exclusion, poverty and deprivation. (d) Household dimensions of the family. ity distributions. ables, Use of Dodge-Roming tables. (b) Theories of social stratification- Struc- (e) Patriarchy, entitlements and sexual 2. Statistical Inference: Concept of reliability, failure rate and reli- tural functionalist theory, Marxist division of labour. Consistency, unbiasedness, efficiency, ability functions, reliability of series and theory, Weberian theory. (vi) Religion and Society: sufficiency, completeness, ancillary statis- parallel systems and other simple configu- (c) Dimensions – Social stratification of (a) Religious communities in India. tics, factorization theorem, exponential rations, renewal density and renewal func- class, status groups, gender, ethnicity family of distribution and its properties, tion, Failure models: exponential, Weibull, and race. (b) Problems of religious minorities. uniformly minimum variance unbiased normal, lognormal. (d) Social mobility- open and closed sys- C. Social Changes in India: (UMVU) estimation, Rao-Blackwell and tems, types of mobility, sources and Problems in life testing, censored and trun- (i) Visions of Social Change in India: Lehmann-Scheffe theorems, Cramer-Rao causes of mobility. cated experiments for exponential models. (a) Idea of development planning and inequality for single parameter. Estimation 6. Works and Economic Life: 2. Optimization Techniques: mixed economy. by methods of moments, maximum likeli- (a) Social organization of work in different Different types of models in Operations Re- (b) Constitution, law and social change. hood, least squares, minimum chi-square types of society- slave society, feudal search, their construction and general meth- (c) Education and social change. and modified minimum chi-square, prop- society, industrial /capitalist society. ods of solution, simulation and Monte-Carlo erties of maximum likelihood and other (ii) Rural and Agrarian transformation methods formulation of linear programming (b) Formal and informal organization of estimators, asymptotic efficiency, prior and in India: (LP) problem, simple LP model and its work. posterior distributions, loss function, risk (a) Programmes of rural development, graphical solution, the simplex procedure, (c) Labour and society. function, and minimax estimator. Bayes Community Development Progra- the two-phase method and the M-technique 7. Politics and Society: estimators. mme, cooperatives, poverty alleviation with artificial variables, the duality theory of (a) Sociological theories of power. Non-randomised and randomised tests, LP and its economic interpretation, sensi- (b) Power elite, bureaucracy, pressure schemes. critical function, MP tests, Neyman-Pearson tivity analysis, transportation and assign- groups, and political parties. (b) Green revolution and social change. lemma, UMP tests, monotone likelihood ra- ment problems, rectangular games, two- (c) Nation, state, citizenship, democracy, (c) Changing modes of production in In- tio, similar and unbiased tests, UMPU tests person zero-sum games, methods of solu- civil society, ideology. dian agriculture . for single parameter likelihood ratio test tion (graphical and algebraic). (d) Protest, agitation, social movements, (d) Problems of rural labour, bondage, and its asymptotic distribution. Confidence Replacement of failing or deteriorating collective action, revolution. migration. bounds and its relation with tests. items, group and individual replacement 8. Religion and Society: Kolmogoroff’s test for goodness of fit and policies, concept of scientific inventory (iii) Industrialization and Urbanisation in its consistency, sign test and its optimality. management and analytical structure of (a) Sociological theories of religion. India: Wilcoxon signed-ranks test and its consis- inventory problems, simple models with (b) Types of religious practices: animism, (a) Evolution of modern industry in India. tency, Kolmogorov-Smirnov two-sample deterministic and stochastic demand with monism, pluralism, sects, cults. (b) Growth of urban settlements in India. test, run test, Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney test and without lead time, storage models with (c) Religion in modern society: religion (c) Working class: structure, growth, class and median test, their consistency and as- and science, secularization, religious particular reference to dam type. mobilization. ymptotic normality. revivalism, fundamentalism. Homogeneous discrete-time Markov (d) Informal sector, child labour. Wald’s SPRT and its properties, OC and chains, transition probability matrix, clas- 9. Systems of Kinship: ASN functions for tests regarding param- (e) Slums and deprivation in urban areas. sification of states and ergodic theorems, (a) Family, household, marriage. eters for Bernoulli, Poisson, normal and (iv) Politics and Society: homogeneous continuous-time Markov (b) Types and forms of family. exponential distributions. Wald’s funda- (a) Nation, democracy and citizenship. chains, Poisson process, elements of queu- (c) Lineage and descent. mental identity. (b) Political parties, pressure groups , so- ing theory, M/M/1, M/M/K, G/M/1 and M/G/1 (d) Patriarchy and sexual division of 3. Linear Inference and Multivariate queues. labour. cial and political elite. Analysis: Solution of statistical problems on comput- (e) Contemporary trends. (c) Regionalism and decentralization of Linear statistical models’, theory of least ers using well-known statistical software 10. Social Change in Modern Society: power. squares and analysis of variance, Gauss- packages like SPSS. (a) Sociological theories of social change. (d) Secularization Markoff theory, normal equations, least 3. Quantitative Economics and Official (b) Development and dependency. (v) Social Movements in Modern India: squares estimates and their precision, test Statistics: (c) Agents of social change. (a) Peasants and farmers movements. of significance and interval estimates Determination of trend, seasonal and cy- (d) Education and social change. based on least squares theory in one-way, (b) Women’s movement. clical components, Box-Jenkins method, two-way and three-way classified data, re- (e) Science, technology and social (c) Backward classes & Dalit movement. tests for stationary series, ARIMA models gression analysis, linear regression, cur- change. (d) Environmental movements. and determination of orders of vilinear regression and orthogonal poly- PAPER - II autoregressive and moving average com- (e) Ethnicity and Identity movements. nomials, multiple regression, multiple and INDIAN SOCIETY : STRUCTURE ponents, forecasting. (vi) Population Dynamics: partial correlations, estimation of variance AND CHANGE Commonly used index numbers- (a) Population size, growth, composition and covariance components, multivariate A. Introducing Indian Society: Laspeyre’s, Paasche’s and Fisher’s ideal and distribution. normal distribution, Mahalanobis-D2 and index numbers, chain-base index number, (i) Perspectives on the study of Indian Hotelling’s T2 statistics and their applica- (b) Components of population growth: uses and limitations of index numbers, in- society: tions and properties, discriminant analy- birth, death, migration. dex number of wholesale prices, consumer (a) Indology (GS. Ghurye). sis, canonical correlations, principal com- (c) Population policy and family planning. prices, agricultural production and indus- ponent analysis. (b) Structural functionalism (M N Srinivas). (d) Emerging issues: ageing, sex ratios, trial production, test for index numbers - 4. Sampling Theory and Design of Ex- (c) Marxist sociology (A R Desai). child and infant mortality, reproductive proportionality, time-reversal, factor-rever- periments: (ii) Impact of colonial rule on Indian so- health. sal and circular . An outline of fixed-population and super- General linear model, ordinary least ciety : (vii) Challenges of Social Transforma- population approaches, distinctive features square and generalized least squares (a) Social background of Indian national- tion: of finite population sampling, probability methods of estimation, problem of ism. (a) Crisis of development: displacement, sampling designs, simple random sampling multicollinearity, consequences and solu- (b) Modernization of Indian tradition. environmental problems and sustain- with and without replacement, stratified tions of multicollinearity, autocorrelation (c) Protests and movements during the ability. random sampling, systematic sampling and its consequences, heteroscedasticity (b) Poverty, deprivation and inequalities. and its efficacy , cluster sampling, two- of disturbances and its testing, test for in- colonial period. stage and multi-stage sampling, ratio and dependence of disturbances, concept of (d) Social reforms. (c) Violence against women. regression methods of estimation involv- structure and model for simultaneous B. Social Structure: (d) Caste conflicts. ing one or more auxiliary variables, two- equations, problem of identification-rank (i) Rural and Agrarian Social Structure: (e) Ethnic conflicts, communalism, reli- phase sampling, probability proportional and order conditions of identifiability, two- (a) The idea of Indian village and village gious revivalism. to size sampling with and without replace- stage least square method of estimation. studies. (f) Illiteracy and disparities in education. ment, the Hansen-Hurwitz and the Horvitz- Present official statistical system in India (b) Agrarian social structure - evolution of STATISTICS Thompson estimators, non-negative vari- relating to population, agriculture, indus- PAPER - I ance estimation with reference to the trial production, trade and prices, methods land tenure system, land reforms. 1. Probability: Horvitz-Thompson estimator, non-sam- of collection of official statistics, their reli- (ii) Caste System: pling errors. Sample space and events, probability ability and limitations, principal publications (a) Perspectives on the study of caste sys- Fixed effects model (two-way classification) containing such statistics, various official measure and probability space, random tems: GS Ghurye, M N Srinivas, Louis variable as a measurable function, distri- random and mixed effects models (two-way agencies responsible for data collection Dumont, Andre Beteille. bution function of a random variable, dis- classification with equal observation per and their main functions. (b) Features of caste system. crete and continuous-type random vari- cell), CRD, RBD, LSD and their analyses, 4. Demography and Psychometry: (c) Untouchability - forms and perspec- able, probability mass function, probability incomplete block designs, concepts of or- Demographic data from census, registra- tives. density function, vector-valued random thogonality and balance, BIBD, missing plot tion, NSS other surveys, their limitations and (iii) Tribal communities in India: variable, marginal and conditional distri- technique, factorial experiments and 2n uses, definition, construction and uses of butions, stochastic independence of events and 32, confounding in factorial experi- vital rates and ratios, measures of fertility,
  • 30. 50 Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012reproduction rates, morbidity rate, standard- tal care, paedomorphosis. (e) Transgenic animals. (e) Continental drift and distribution of ani-ized death rate, complete and abridged life (n) Reptilia: Origin of reptiles, skull types, (f) Medical biotechnology, human ge- mals.tables, construction of life tables from vital status of Sphenodon and crocodiles. netic disease and genetic counselling, 4. Systematics:statistics and census returns, uses of life (o) Aves: Origin of birds, flight adapta- gene therapy. Zoological nomenclature, internationaltables, logistic and other population growth tion, migration. (g) Forensic biotechnology. code, cladistics, molecular taxonomy andcurves, fitting a logistic curve, population biodiversity. (p) Mammalia: Origin of mammals, denti- 5. Biostatistics:projection, stable population, quasi-stable tion, general features of egg laying Designing of experiments; null hypothesis; 5. Biochemistry:population, techniques in estimation of de- mammals, pouched-mammals, correlation, regression, distribution and (a) Structure and role of carbohydrates,mographic parameters, standard classifica- aquatic mammals and primates, en- measure of central tendency, chi square, fats, fatty acids and cholesterol, pro-tion by cause of death, health surveys and docrine glands (pituitary, thyroid, par- student-test, F-test (one-way & two-way F- teins and amino-acids, nucleic acids.use of hospital statistics. athyroid, adrenal, pancreas, gonads) test). Bioenergetics.Methods of standardisation of scales and and their interrelationships.tests, Z-scores, standard scores, T-scores, 6. Instrumentation Methods: b) Glycolysis and Kreb cycle, oxidation (q) Comparative functional anatomy of (a) Spectrophotometer, phase contrast and reduction, oxidative phosphory-percentile scores, intelligence quotient and various systems of vertebrates (integu- and fluorescence microscopy, radio- lation, energy conservation and re-its measurement and uses, validity and ment and its derivatives, endoskeleton, active tracer, ultra centrifuge, gel elec- lease, ATP cycle, cyclic AMP – its struc-reliability of test scores and its determina- locomotory organs, digestive system, trophoresis, PCR, ELISA, FISH and ture and role.tion, use of factor analysis and path analy- respiratory system, circulatory system chromosome painting. (c) Hormone classification (steroid andsis in psychometry. including heart and aortic arches, peptide hormones), biosynthesis and ZOOLOGY (b) Electron microscopy (TEM, SEM). urino-genital system, brain and sense functions. PAPER – I organs (eye and ear). PAPER - II 1. Cell Biology: (d) Enzymes: types and mechanisms of1. Non-chordata and Chordata: 2. Ecology: action.(a) Classification and relationship of vari- (a) Biosphere: Concept of biosphere; (a) Structure and function of cell and its organelles (nucleus, plasma mem- (e) Vitamins and co-enzymes ous phyla up to subclasses: Acoelo- biomes, Biogeochemical cycles, Hu- mate and Coelomate, Protostomes brane, mitochondria, Golgi bodies, en- (f) Immunoglobulin and immunity. man induced changes in atmosphere and Deuterostomes, Bilateria and Ra- including green house effect, ecologi- doplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, and 6. Physiology (with special reference to diata; Status of Protista, Parazoa, cal succession, biomes and ecotones, lysosomes), cell division (mitosis and mammals): Onychophora and Hemichordata; community ecology. meiosis), mitotic spindle and mitotic ap- (a) Composition and constituents of Symmetry. paratus, chromosome movements, blood; blood groups and Rh factor in (b) Concept of ecosystem; structure and(b) Protozoa: Locomotion, nutrition, repro- chromosome type polytene and man, factors and mechanism of coagu- function of ecosystem, types of eco- duction, sex; General features and life lambrush, organization of chromatin, lation, iron metabolism, acid-base bal- system, ecological succession, eco- history of Paramaecium, Monocystis, heterochromatin, Cell cycle regulation. ance, thermo-regulation, anticoagu- logical adaptation. Plasmodium and Leishmania. (b) Nucleic acid topology, DNA motif, DNA lants. (c) Population; characteristics, population(c) Porifera: Skeleton, canal system and replication, transcription, RNA pro- (b) Haemoglobin: Composition, types dynamics, population stabilization. reproduction. cessing, translation, protein foldings and role in transport of oxygen and (d) Biodiversity and diversity conservation and transport.(d) Cnidaria: Polymorphism, defensive carbon dioxide. of natural resources. structures and their mechanism; coral 2. Genetics: (c) Digestion and absorption: Role of sali- (e) Wildlife of India. reefs and their formation; metagen- (a) Modern concept of gene, split gene, vary glands, liver, pancreas and in- (f) Remote sensing for sustainable de- genetic regulation, genetic code. testinal glands. esis; general features and life history velopment. of Obelia and Aurelia. (b) Sex chromosomes and their evolution, (d) Excretion: nephron and regulation of (g) Environmental biodegradation, pollu- sex determination in Drosophila and urine formation; osmo-regulation and(e) Platyhelminthes: Parasitic adaptation; tion and its impact on biosphere and man. excretory product general features and life history of its prevention. Fasciola and Taenia and their patho- (c) Mendel’s laws of inheritance, recom- (e) Muscles: Types, mechanism of con- genic symptoms. 3. Ethology: bination, linkage, multiple alleles, ge- traction of skeletal muscles, effects of(f) Nemathelminthes: General features, (a) Behaviour: Sensory filtering, netics of blood groups, pedigree exercise on muscles. life history, parasitic adaptation of As- reponsive-ness, sign stimuli, learning analysis, hereditary diseases in man. (f) Neuron: nerve impulse – its conduc- caris and Wuchereria. and memory, instinct, habituation, (d) Mutations and mutagenesis. tion and synaptic transmission, neu- conditioning, imprinting. rotransmitters.(g) Annelida: Coelom and metamerism; (e) Recombinant DNA technology; plas- modes of life in polychaetes; general (b) Role of hormones in drive; role of mid, cosmid, artificial chromosomes as (g) Vision, hearing and olfaction in man. features and life history of Nereis, pheromones in alarm spreading; vectors, transgenic, DNA cloning and (h) Physiology of reproduction, puberty earthworm and leach. crypsis, predator detection, predator whole animal cloning (principles and and menopause in human. tactics, social hierarchies in primates, methods).(h) Arthropoda: Larval forms and parasit- 7. Developmental Biology: social organization in insects. ism in Crustacea; vision and respira- (f) Gene regulation and expression in (a) Gametogenesis; spermatogenesis, tion in arthropods (Prawn, cockroach (c) Orientation, navigation, homing, bio- prokaryotes and eukaryotes. logical rhythms, biological clock, tidal, composition of semen, in vitro and in and scorpion); modification of mouth (g) Signal molecules, cell death, defects vivo capacitation of mammalian sperm, parts in insects (cockroach, mosquito, seasonal and circadian rhythms. in signaling pathway and conse- Oogenesis, totipotency; fertilization, housefly, honey bee and butterfly); (d) Methods of studying animal behaviour quences. morphogenesis and morphogen, blas- metamorphosis in insect and its hor- including sexual conflict, selfishness, (h) RFLP, RAPD and AFLP and applica- togenesis, establishment of body axes monal regulation, social behaviour of kinship and altruism. tion of RFLP in DNA finger printing, formation, fate map, gestulation in frog Apis and termites. 4. Economic Zoology: ribozyme technologies, human ge- and chick; genes in development in(i) Mollusca: Feeding, respiration, loco- (a) Apiculture, sericulture, lac culture, carp nome project, genomics and chick, homeotic genes, development of motion, general features and life his- culture, pearl culture, prawn culture, protomics. eye and heart, placenta in mammals. tory of Lamellidens, Pila and Sepia, vermiculture. 3. Evolution: (b) Cell lineage, cell-to cell interaction, torsion and detorsion in gastropods. (b) Major infectious and communicable Genetic and induced teratogenesis, (a) Theories of origin of life.(j) Echinodermata: Feeding, respiration, diseases (malaria, filaria, tuberculo- role of thyroxine in control of metamor- (b) Theories of evolution; Natural selec- locomotion, larval forms, general fea- sis, cholera and AIDS) their vectors, phosis in amphibia, paedogenesis tion, role of mutations in evolution, evo- tures and life history of Asterias. pathogens and prevention. and neoteny, cell death, aging. lutionary patterns, molecular drive,(k) Protochordata: Origin of chordates; (c) Cattle and livestock diseases, their mimicry, variation, isolation and spe- (c) Developmental genes in man, in vitro general features and life history of pathogen (helminthes) and vectors ciation. fertilization and embryo transfer, clon- Branchiostoma and Herdmania. (ticks, mites, Tabanus, Stomoxys). ing. (c) Evolution of horse, elephant and man(l) Pisces: Respiration, locomotion and (d) Pests of sugar cane (Pyrilla using fossil data. (d) Stem cells: Sources, types and their migration. perpusiella) oil seed (Achaea janata) use in human welfare. (d) Hardy-Weinberg Law.(m) Amphibia: Origin of tetrapods, paren- and rice (Sitophilus oryzae). (e) Biogenetic law. APPENDIX-II INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATES FOR FILLING ONLINE APPLICATIONSCandidates must apply Online using the website Q Before start filling up on Online Application, a candidate must have his photograph and signature duly scanned in the .jpg format in such a mannerSalient features of the system of Online Application Form are given hereunder : that each file should not exceed 40 KB and must not be less than 3 KB in sizeQ Detailed instructions for filling up online applications are available on the for the photograph and 1 KB for the signature. above mentioned website. Q The Online applications (Part I and II) can be filled from 4th February 2012 toQ Candidates will be required to complete the Online Application Form 5th March, 2012 till 11.59 p.m. after which link will be disabled. containing two stages viz. Part-I and Part-II as per the instructions available Q Applicants should avoid submitting multiple applications. However, if due to in the above mentioned site through drop down menus. any unavoidable circumstances any applicant submits multiple applications then he must ensure that the applications with higher RID is complete in allQ The candidates are required to pay a fee of Rs. 50/- (Rupees Fifty only) respects. (excepting Female/SC/ST/PH candidates who are exempted from payment Q In case of multiple applications, the applications with higher RID shall be of fee) either by remitting the money in any branch of SBI by cash, or by using entertained by the Commission and fee paid against one RID shall not be net banking facility of State Bank of India/State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur/State adjusted against any other RID. Bank of Hyderabad/State Bank of Mysore/State Bank of Patiala/State Bank of Q Candidates are strongly advised to apply well in time without waiting for Travancore or by using any Visa/Master Credit/Debit Card. last date for submission of online application.
  • 31. Employment News 11 - 17 February 2012 51 APPENDIX-III Special Instructions to Candidates for objective type tests 1. Articles permitted inside Examination Hall In the Answer Sheet, Serial Nos. from 1 to 160 are printed. Against each Clip board or hard board (on which nothing is written), a good quality H.B. numbers, there are circles marked (a), (b), (c) and (d). After you have read pencil for making responses on the Answer Sheet, eraser, pencil sharpener each item in the Test Booklet and decided which one of the given responses and a pen containing blue or black ink. Answer Sheet and sheet for rough is correct or the best, you have to mark your response by completely blackening work will be supplied by the Invigilator. with pencil to indicate your response. Ink should not be used for blackening 2. Articles not permitted inside Examination Hall the circle on the Answer Sheet. Do not bring into the Examination Hall any article other than those specified For example, if the correct answer to item 1 is (b), then the circle containing above, e.g., books, notes, loose sheets, electronic or any other type of the letter (b) is to be completely blackened with pencil as shown below :- calculators, mathematical and drawing instruments, Log Tables, stencils of Example : (a) (c) (d) maps, slide rules, Test Booklets and rough sheets pertaining to earlier To change a wrong marking, erase it completely and re-mark the new choice. session(s), etc. 11. Signature on Attendance List Mobile phones, pagers or any other communication devices are not allowed You are required to write the serial number of the Answer Sheet and Test Booklet. inside the premises where the examination is being conducted. Any You are also required to darken the Test Booklet Series issued to you and darken infringement of these instructions should entail disciplinary action including the Answer Sheet Serial No. supplied to you on the Attendance List and to sign in ban from future examination. appropriate column against your name. Any change or correction in these Candidates are advised in their own interest not to bring any of the banned particulars should be authenticated by the candidate by putting his signatures. item including mobile phones /pagers to the venue of the examination, as 12. Please read and abide by the instructions on the cover of Test Booklet. If any arrangements for safekeeping cannot be assured. candidate indulges in disorderly or improper conduct, he will render himself 3. PENALTY FOR WRONG ANSWERS liable for disciplinary action and/or imposition of a penalty as the Commission THERE WILL BE PENALTY (NEGATIVE MARKING) FOR WRONG ANSWERS may deem fit. MARKED BY A CANDIDATE IN THE OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTION PAPERS Annexure EXCEPT SOME OF THE QUESTIONS WHERE THE NEGATIVE MARKING How to fill in the Answer Sheet of objective type tests in the Examination Hall WILL BE IN BUILT IN THE FORM OF DIFFERENT MARKS BEING AWARDED Please follow these instructions very carefully. You may note that since the answer TO MOST APPROPRIATE AND NOT SO APPROPRIATE ANSWER FOR sheets are to be evaluated on machine, any violation of these instructions may result in SUCH QUESTIONS. reduction of your score for which you would yourself be responsible. (i) There are four alternatives for the answers to every question. For each Before you mark your responses on the Answer Sheet, you will have to fill in various question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate, one particulars in it. third (0.33) of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty. As soon as the candidates receives the Answer Sheet, he/she should check that it is (ii) If a candidate gives more than one answer, it will be treated as a wrong numbered at the bottom. If it is found un-numbered he should at once get it replaced by answer even if one of the given answers happens to be correct and there will a numbered one. be same penalty as above for that question. You will see from the Answer Sheet that you will have to fill in the top line, which reads (iii) If a question is left blank i.e. no answer is given by the candidate, there will be thus: no penalty for that question. Write in Ink 4. Unfair means strictly prohibited No candidates shall copy from the papers of any other candidate nor permit Centre Subject S. Code Roll Number his papers to be copied nor give nor attempt to give nor obtain nor attempt to obtain irregular assistance of any description. If you are, say, appearing for the examination in Delhi Centre for the Paper I and your 5. Conduct in Examination Hall Roll No. is 081276, and your test booklet series is ‘A’ , you should fill in thus, using ink No candidates should misbehave in any manner or create disorderly scene in or ball point pen. the Examination Hall or harass the staff employed by the Commission for the *This is just illustrative and may not be relevant to the Examination concerned. conduct of the examination. Any such misconduct will be severely penalised. Write in Ink 6. Answer Sheet particulars (i) Write in ink or ball point pen your Centre and subject followed by test booklet Centre Delhi Subject Paper I (A) S. Code 0 1 Roll Number 0 8 1 2 7 6 series (in bracket), subject code and roll number at the appropriate space provided on the answer sheet at the top. Also encode (in pencil) your booklet You should write in ink or ball point pen the name of the centre and subject in English series (A, B, C or D, as the case may be), subject code and roll number in the or Hindi. circles provided for the purpose in the answer sheet. The guidelines for writing The test Booklet Series is indicated by Alphabets A, B, C, or D at the top right hand the above particulars and for encoding the above particulars are given in corner of the Booklet. Annexure. In case the booklet series is not printed on the test booklet or Write your Roll Numbers exactly as it is in your Admission Certificate in ink in the boxes answer sheet is un-numbered, please report immediately to the Invigilator provided for this purpose. Do not omit any zero(s) which may be there. and get the test booklet/answer sheet replaced. The next step is to find out the appropriate subject code from the Time Table. Now (ii) All corrections and changes in writing the roll number must be initialed by the encode the Test Booklet Series, Subject Code and the Roll Number in the circles candidates as well as by the Invigilator and countersigned by the Supervisor. provided for this purpose. Do the encoding with H.B. Pencil. The name of the Centre (iii) Immediately after commencement of the examination please check that the need not be encoded. test booklet supplied to you does not have any unprinted or torn or missing Writing and encoding of Test Booklet Series is to be done after receiving the Test pages or items etc. If so, get it replaced by a complete test booklet of the same Booklet and confirming the Booklet Series from the same. series and subject. For General Studies subject paper I of A Test Booklet Series you have to encode the 7. Do not write your name or anything other than the specific items of information subject code, which is 01. Do it thus, asked for, on the answer sheet/test booklet/sheet for rough work. 8. Do not fold or mutilate or damage or put any extraneous marking in the Answer iqfLrdk Øe (,) fo"k; 0 1 Sheet. Do not write anything on the reverse of the answer sheet. Booklet Series (A) Subject 0 1 9. Use HB pencil to mark answer ● Since the answer sheets will be evaluated on computerised machines, B ➀ ➀ C ➁ ➁ candidates should exercise due care in handling and feeling up the answer D ➂ ➂ sheets. They should use HB pencil only to darken the circles. For writing in ➃ ➃ boxes, they should use blue or black pen. Since the entries made by the ➄ ➄ candidates by darkening the circles will be taken into account while evaluating ➅ ➅ ➆ ➆ the answer sheets on computerised machines, they should make these entries ➇ ➇ very carefully. ➈ ➈ 10. Method of marking answers All that is required is to blacken completely the circle vuqØekad In the “Objective Type” of examination, you do not write the answers. For each Roll Numbers question (hereinafter referred to as “Item”) several suggested answers marked A below the Booklet Series and below the sub- ject code blacken completely the Circles for "0" (in the first 0 8 1 2 7 6 (hereinafter referred to as “Responses”) are given. You have to choose one vertical column) and "1" (in the second verticle column). ● response to each item. You should then encode the Roll No. 081276. Do it thus ● ➀ ➀ ➀ ➀ ➀ The question paper will be in the Form of Test Booklet. The booklet will contain similarly : ➁ ➁ ➁ ● ➁ ➁ ➂ ➂ ➂ ➂ ➂ ➂ item bearing numbers 1, 2, 3 ............ etc. Under each item, Responses marked Important : Please ensure that you have carefully en- ➃ ➃ ➃ ➃ ➃ ➃ ➄ ➄ ➄ ➄ ➄ ➄ (a), (b), (c), (d) will be given. Your task will be to choose the correct response. coded your subject. Test Booklet Series and Roll Num- ➅ ➅ ➅ ➅ ➅ ● If you think there is more than one correct response, then choose what you ber. If you make any mistake, erase it completely and ➆ ➆ ➆ ➆ ● ➆ ➇ ● ➇ ➇ ➇ ➇ consider the best response. remark correctly. ➈ ➈ ➈ ➈ ➈ ➈ In any case, for each item you are to select only one response. If you select *This is just illustrative and may not be relevant to your Examination. more than one response, your response will be considered wrong. davp 55104/14/0063/1011 EN 46/60