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GPSC Syllabus 2021:

Name of the Board

Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC)
Post Name

Police Inspector (PI)

Vacancy

Various
Exam Date  Announce Soon

Status

Syllabus  Available

GPSC Police Inspector (PI) Selection process:

The candidates will select basis on,

  • Preliminary Exam
  • Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  • Main

GPSC Police Inspector (PI) Prelims Exam Pattern:

Subjects Marks Duration
General Studies 300 3 hours

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GPSC Police Inspector (PI) Mains Exam Pattern:

Subject

Marks

Time Duration

General English

200

3 hours

General Gujarati

200

3 hours

General Studies I

200

3 hours

General Studies II

200

3 hours

Total Marks of mains written Examination

800

 

Personality Test (Only for those candidates who qualified in Mains Written Examination)

100

Total Marks to be considered for Final Selection

900

     

 

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GPSC Police Inspector (PI) Prelims Syllabus:

General Studies-1:

1. History:
  • Indus valley Civilization: Features, Sites, Society, Cultural History, Art and Religion. Vedic ageJainism and Buddhism.
  • The Mauryan and the Gupta Empire, Chola and Pallav Dynasties.
  • Important Dynasties of Gujarat – Impact and Contribution, Important Policies, their administration, economy, society, religion, literature, arts and architecture.
  • The advent of the Europeans in India. Establishment and expansion of British rule in India. Indian war of Independence of 1857 with special reference to Gujarat. Religious and social reform movements in 19th Century in India and Gujarat.
  • India’s Freedom Movement, Revolutionaries in India and abroad. Role and contribution of freedom fighters of Gujarat and India.
  • The Role and contribution of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel in Pre and Post-independence of India.
  • India after Independence – Reorganization of the States within the country, Maha Gujarat Movement, Major events.
  • Achievements and administrative reforms of the rulers of princely states of Saurashtra, Kutchh and Gujarat.
2. Cultural Heritage
  • Cultural Heritage of India and Gujarat: Art forms, Literature, Sculpture and Architecture.
  • Gujarat’s Folk Culture and Oral Tradition: Its Importance, Peculiarities and Impact.
  • Art and Craft of Gujarat: Socio-Cultural contribution.
  • Life of Adivasi (Tribes).
  • Pilgrimage and Tourist Places of Gujarat.
3. Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International Relations.
  • Indian Constitution: Evolution, features, Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties, Directive Principles of State Policy, Important Amendments, Significant Provisions and Basic Structure.
  • Functions and Responsibilities of the Union and the States, Parliament and State Legislatures: Structure, Function, Power and Privileges. Role of the President and the Governor.
  • Constitutional Authorities, Statutory, Regulatory and Quasi-judicial bodies.
  • Panchayati Raj.
  • Public Policy and Governance. Impact of Liberalization, Privatization and
    Globalization on Governance.
  • Rights Issues (Human rights, Women rights, SC/ST rights, Child rights) etc.
  • India’s Foreign Policy – International Relations – Important Institutions, Agencies and Fora, their structure and mandate.
  • Important Policies and Programmes of Central and State Governments.
4.Indian Economy and Planning
  • Indian Economy on the eve of Independence, Emergence and development of planning exercise in India – historical debates, plan models and shift in focus over time. Indian economy in post reform period: New Economic Reforms, NITI Aayog: aims, constitution and functions.
  • Various Policies and amendments in Agriculture sector and Industries sector, Infrastructure in Indian Economy. Banking and Insurance; Regulatory Mechanism. Impact of Privatization on Indian Economy, Growth, Challenges and Opportunities.
  • Indian Public finance; Indian tax system, public expenditure, public debt, deficit and subsidies in the Indian economy. Center-State financial relation. GST: Concept and Implications.
  • Trend, composition, structure and direction of India’s Foreign Trade.
  • Gujarat economy-An overview; social sector in Gujarat- Education, Health, and Nutrition. Agriculture, forest, water resources, mining, industry and service Sector. Development policies for economic and social infrastructure. Co-operative sector in  Gujarat.
5. Geography
  • General Geography: Earth in Solar system, Motion of the Earth, Concept of time, Season, Internal Structure of the Earth, Major landforms and their features. Atmosphere-structure and composition, elements and factors of Climate, Airmasses and Fronts, atmospheric disturbances, climate change. Oceans: Physical, chemical and biological characteristics, Hydrological Distasters, Marine and Continental resources.
  • Physical: World, India and Gujarat : Major physical divisions, Earthquakes, landslides, Natural drainage, climatic changes and regions, Monsoon, Natural Vegetation, Parks and Sanctuaries, Major Soil types, Rocks and Minerals.
  • Social: World, India and Gujarat : distribution, density, growth, Sex-ratio, Literacy, Occupational Structure, SC and ST Population, Rural-Urban components, Racial, tribal, religious and linguistic groups, urbanization, migration and metropolitan regions.
  • Economic: World, India and Gujarat: Major sectors of economy, Agriculture, Industry and Services, their salient features. Basic Industries-Agro, mineral, forest, fuel and manpower based Industries, Transport and Trade, Pattern and Issues.
6. Science and Technology:
  • Science and Technology: Nature and Scope of Science & Technology; Relevance of Science & Technology to the day to day life; National Policy on Science, Technology and Innovation; Institutes and Organization in India promoting integration of Science,
    Technology and Innovation, their activities and contribution; Contribution of Prominent Indian Scientists.
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT): Nature and Scope of ICT; Various Government programmes promoting ICT, E-Governance programmes and services; Cyber Security, National Cyber Crime Policy.
  • Technology in Space & Defence: Evolution of Indian Space Programme; Various Institutes and programmes.
  • Energy policy and Nuclear Policy of India – Government Policies and Programmes. Environmental Science: Policies and Treaties for the protection of environment at the national and the international level; Forest and Wildlife Conservation; National Action plans on Climate Change and Disaster management.
7.General Mental Ability
  • Logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability.
  • Number Series, Coding –Decoding.
  • Shapes and their Sub-sections, Venn Diagram.
  • Problems based on Clocks, Calendar and Age.
  • Average of mean, median, mode – including weighted mean.
  • Power and exponent, Square, Square Root, Cube Root, H.C.F. and L.C.M.
  • Percentage, Simple and Compound Interest, Profit and loss.
  • Time and Work, Time and Distance, Speed and Distance.
  • Area and Perimeter of Simple Geometrical Shapes, Volume and Surface Area of
    Sphere, Cone, Cylinder, cubes and Cuboids.
  • Data interpretation, Data Analysis, Data sufficiency, Probability.

8. Current Events of Regional, National and International Importance. 

GPSC Police Inspector (PI) Mains Syllabus:

ENGLISH (MAIN EXAMINATION)

  1. ESSAY (A minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 250 words): Choose any one topic from a list of five. (Descriptive/ analytical/ philosophical/based on Current Affairs)
  2.  LETTER WRITING (in about 150 words): A formal letter expressing one’s opinion about an issue. The issues can deal with daily office matters/ a problem that has occurred in the office/ an opinion in response to one sought by a ranked officer etc.
  3. PRESS RELEASE (in about 200 words): The PR or appeal should be on an issue pertaining to a recent concern/problem/disaster/rumours etc.
  4. PRESS APPEAL (in about 100 words): The PR or appeal should be on an issue pertaining to a recent concern/problem/disaster/rumours etc.
  5. REPORT WRITING (in about 150 words): A report on an official function/event/field trip/survey etc.
  6. DIALOGUE WRITING (in about 150 words): A Dialogue between two persons on a topical issue
  7. FORMAL SPEECH (in about 150 words): A speech (in a formal style) that is to be read out in a formal function. This could be an inauguration speech, an educational seminar/conference, a formal ceremony of importance etc.
  8. PRECIS WRITING:
    A precis in about 100 words for a 300-word passage.
  9. READING COMPREHENSION:
    A reading passage of about 250 words to be given followed by short-answer type questions.
  10. ENGLISH GRAMMAR:
    a. Tenses
    b. Voice
    c. Narration (Direct-Indirect)
    d. Transformation of sentences
    e. Use of Articles and Determiners
    f. Use of Prepositions
    g. Use of Phrasal verbs
    h. Use of idiomatic expressions
    i. Administrative Glossary
    j. Synonyms/Antonyms
    k. One-word substitution
    l. Cohesive devices/Connectives/Linkers
    m. Affixes
    n. Words that cause confusion like homonyms/homophones.
  11. TRANSLATION:
    Translation of a short passage (of about 250 words) from Gujarati to English.
General Studies-1:
History of India:
  • Indus valley Civilization: Features, Sites, Society, Cultural History, Art and Religion. Indus Valley Civilization and Gujarat. The Vedic times, Jainism and Buddhism. The Nanda Dynasty.
  • The Mauryan and the Gupta Empire.
  • Vijaynagar Empire and Important South Indian Dynasties.
  • Important Dynasties of Gujarat – their administration, art, architecture, literature, science and technology.
  • Educational institutions. Takshshila, Nalanda and Vallabhi.
  • The advent of the Europeans in India. Establishment and expansion of British rule in India from 1757 to 1856. Land Revenue Settlement. Permanent Settlement. Ryotwari and Mahalvari. Education System.
  • Indian war of Independence of 1857, Religious and social reform movements in 19th
    Century in India and Gujarat. Factors responsible for the rise of Indian Nationalism. Indian National Congress.
  • Rise of Mahatma Gandhi on National Horizon, impact of his thoughts, principles and
    philosophy on political, social, economic, religious and cultural life of India.
  • The Role of Sardar Patel in freedom movement and post-independence
    consolidation.
  • Indian Revolutionaries in India and abroad, Indian National Army and Subhash Chandra
    Bose.
  •  India after Independence – Reorganization of the States within the country, Maha Gujarat Movement, Major events.
Cultural Heritage:
  • Indian Culture and its Salient aspects of Art forms, Literature, Architecture and Sculpture from Ancient to Modern times; Salient features of Indian Society.
  • Indian Cinema and Theatre, its influence on Society.
  • Art and Craft of Gujarat.
  • Gujarati Theatre (Rangbhumi).
  • Gujarat’s Folk Culture and Oral Tradition: Its Importance, Peculiarities and Impact.
  • Culture of coastal area of Gujarat, Tribal Culture.
Geography:
  • Study of Physical Features and Resources of India and Gujarat; Major land forms, climate, soil, rocks, rivers, reservoirs vegetation, minerals and water resources.
  • Economic Activities: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary and Quaternary.
  • Social and Demographic geography.
  • Developmental and Environmental issues, Sustainable development, Globalization; its
    impact on society and economy, Smart Cities and solutions. Natural hazards, Carbon
    emission, Pollution-hazard management. Global response to problems of Climate Change and Environmental depletion. Important treaties and Conventions.
Science and Technology:
  • Integration of Science, Technology and Innovation for better human life; Science & Technology in everyday life; India’s contribution in the field of Science and Technology. Concerns and challenges in the proliferation and use of science and technology; Role and Scope of Science and Technology in nation building.
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT) – its importance, advantages and
    challenges; E-governance and India; Cyber Crime and policies to address security concerns.
  • Indian Space Programme – Past, Present and Future. Energy policy and Nuclear Policy of India. Technology in Defense Services – its importance, advantages and challenges.
  •  Achievements of Indians in the field of Science and Technology. Issues related to
    Intellectual Property Rights in the field of Science and Technology.

(E) Current Events of Regional, National and International Importance.

General Studies-2:

Indian Polity and Constitution:
  • Indian Constitution and its salient features.
  • Functions and duties of the Indian Union and the State Governments.
  • Issues and challenges pertaining to the Federal structure – Role of Governor in States.
  • Distribution of powers between the Union and States (Union list, State list and
    Concurrent list) – Issues and challenges.
  • Important Constitutional Amendments.
  • Constitutional Authorities and their Role.
  • Parliament and State Legislatures – structure, functioning, conduct of business, powers & privileges and issues arising out of these.
  • Judiciary in India – Structure and functions, important provisions relating to emergency and constitutional amendments, judicial review, Public Interest Litigation.
Public Administration and Governance:
  • Meaning, Nature and Scope of Public Administration – Evolution in India, Legacy of British rule.
  • Role of Civil Services in Democracy.
  • Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues and problems of implementation.
  • Development processes – the role of civil society, NGOs and other stakeholders.
  • Statutory, regulatory and various quasi-judicial authorities.
  • Good governance and e-governance- Transparency, accountability and responsiveness in governance – Citizen’s Charter. RTI, Public Service Act and their implications, Concept of Social Audit and its importance.
  • Rights Issues (Human rights, Women rights, SC/ST rights, Child rights) etc.
  • Important International Institutions, Agencies and Fora and their structure.
Ethics in Public Service:
  • Ethics and Human Interface: Essence, determinants and consequences of Ethics in human behavior; dimensions of ethics; ethics in private and public relationships, ethics, integrity and accountability in public service – RTI, Public Service Act and its implications.
  • Attitude: content, functions; its influence and relation with thought and behavior; moral and political attitudes; role of social influence and persuasion.
  • Emotional intelligence – concept, utilities and application in administration and governance.
  • Human Values – role of family, society and educational institutions in imparting values to citizens.
  • Issues and challenges in ethics: Anticorruption Mechanism, Lok Pal, Lok Ayukta.
  • Case studies in the above areas (i.e. 1 to 5)
Indian Economy and Planning:
  • Emergence and development of planning exercise in India. Economic Performance, Dynamics, Challenges, New Initiatives, Reforms etc. by the State and Central Government. Important Events, Developments and Social Sector Initiatives. NITI Aayog: aims, constitution and functions. Social Audit.
  • Regulatory framework for money and banking: concepts, structure and role.
  • Indian Public finance: Indian tax system, public expenditure, public debt, deficit and subsidies in the Indian economy. Centre-state financial relation.
  • Rural development – Challenges and policies; employment policies/schemes in India.
  • External sector: Trends, Composition and Direction of Foreign Trade. External sector reforms. Foreign Institutional Investment(FII) and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).
  • Gujarat economy-An overview, Gujarat Economy in relation to India and major states, Development policies for economic and social infrastructure. Co-operative movement in Gujarat and its impact on Socio-economic aspects of life.
  • Infrastructure: Energy, Port, roads, Airport, Railways, Telecommunications – Social Impact Assessment.

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