GSET Syllabus PDF Download – Check Gujarat SET Paper 1 & 2 Exam Pattern and Section- Wise Topics for All Subjects Below!!

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GSET Syllabus PDF Download
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GSET Exam Syllabus 2022 PDF – Check and Download Gujarat SET Paper 1 & 2 Exam Pattern and Section- Wise Topics Below!! The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda has been appointed and authorized as the Agency of the State Government to conduct State Eligibility Test for the University and college to Appoint Teachers by Gujarat  SET or GSET. The GSET Exam is scheduled to be Held on 06 November 2022. The Candidates’ going to write the Exam can Check and Download Gujarat CET SET Paper 1 & 2 Exam Pattern and Section- Wise Topics Below.

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GSET Exam Syllabus 2022 Details

Board Name Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
Post Name Assistant Professor / Lecturer
Exam Name GSET 2022 Exam
Exam Date 06 November 2022
Syllabus Available Now
Status Syllabus Available

GSET Selection Process:

The Exam is conducted annually to recruit Assistant Professors / Lecturer for state-owned universities and colleges.

GSET Exam Pattern:

  • The Exam Consists of 2 Papers i.e. Paper-I and Paper-II.
  • The GSET Exam is a Objective Type (Optical Mark Reader (OMR))Test with 50 to 100 compulsory questions each carrying 2 marks
  • The questions in both the will appear both in Gujarati and English versions (except for languages and science subjects
  • Note: There are no negative marks for incorrect answers.

GSET Exam Pattern

Paper Marks Number of Question Duration
I 100 50 questions (all are compulsory) 1 Hour (09.30 am to 10.30 am)

 

 

II 200 100 questions (all are compulsory) 1 Hour (09.30 am to 10.30 am)

 

 

 GSET Exam Syllabus 2022 PDF:

GENERAL PAPER ON TEACHING & RESEARCH APTITUDE:

PAPER-I

Unit-I Teaching Aptitude

Unit-II Research Aptitude

Unit-III Comprehension

Unit-IV Communication

Unit-V Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude

Unit-VI Logical Reasoning

Unit-VII Data Interpretation

Unit-VIII Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

Unit-IX People, Development and Environment

Unit-X Higher Education System

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

Unit 1 – Analysis and Linear Algebra

Unit 2 – Complex Analysis, Algebra, Topology

Unit 3 – Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs), Partial Differential Equations (PDEs), Numerical Analysis, Calculus of Variations, Linear Integral Equations, Classical Mechanics

UNIT – 4 – Descriptive statistics, exploratory data analysis

PHYSICAL SCIENCES:

PART ‘A’ CORE

  • Mathematical Methods of Physics
  • Classical Mechanics
  • Electromagnetic Theory
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Thermodynamic and Statistical Physics
  • Electronics and Experimental Methods

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PART ‘B’ ADVANCED

  • Mathematical Methods of Physics
  • Classical Mechanics
  • Electromagnetic Theory
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Thermodynamic and Statistical Physics
  • Electronics and Experimental Methods
  • Atomic & Molecular Physics
  •  Condensed Matter Physics
  • Nuclear and Particle Physics

CHEMICAL SCIENCES

  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry

Interdisciplinary topics: 1. Chemistry in nanoscience and technology. 2. Catalysis and green chemistry. 3. Medicinal chemistry. 4. Supramolecular chemistry. 5. Environmental chemistry

LIFE SCIENCES:

  1. Molecules and their Interaction Relevant to Biology
  2. Cellular Organization
  3. Fundamental Processes
  4. Cell Communication and Cell Signaling
  5. Developmental Biology
  6. System Physiology – Plant
  7. System Physiology – Animal
  8. Inheritance Biology
  9. Diversity of Life Forms
  10. Ecological Principles
  11. Evolution and Behavior
  12. Applied Biology
  13. Methods in Biology

HISTORY:

Unit – I – Negotiating the Sources, Pastoralism and Food production, Indus/Harappa Civilization, Vedic and later Vedic periods, Expansion of State system

Unit – II – From State to Empire, Dissolution of Empire and Emergence of Regional Powers, Gupta Vakataka age, Harsha and his Times

Unit – III – Emergence of Regional Kingdoms, Kingdoms in Western India, Kingdoms in North India, Characteristics of Early Medieval India, Trade and urbanization, Growth of Brahminical religions, Society, Education and Educational Institutions, Debates of state formation in early medieval India, Arab contracts

Unit – IV

Source of Medieval Indian History Political Developments, Foundation of the Mughal Empire, Vijayanagara and the Bahmanis, Rise of the Marathas & the foundation of Swaraj by Shivaji

Unit – V

Administration & Economy

Sher Shah’s Administrative Reforms

Administrative System in the Deccan

Frontier Policies under Delhi Sultanate and Mughals

Inter-State Relations during the Sultanate and the Mughals.

Agricultural Production and Irrigation System, Village Economy, Peasantry, Grants and Agricultural Loans, Urbanization and Demographic Structure.

Industries – Cotton Textiles, Handicrafts, Agro-Based industries, Organisation, Factories & Technology.

Trade and Commerce – State Policies, Internal and External Trade: European Trade, Trade Centres and Ports, Transport and Communication.

Hundi (Bills of Exchange) and Insurance, State ncome and Expenditure, Currency, Mint System; Famines and Peasant Revolts

Unit – VI

Society and Culture: Social Organisation and Social Structure.
The Sufis – Their Orders, Beliefs and Practices, the leading Sufi Saints, Social Synchronization.

Bhakti Movement – Shaivism; Vaishnavism, Shaktism. The Saints of the Medieval Period – North and South – their impact on SocioPolitical and Religious Life – Women Saints of Medieval India.

The Sikh Movement – Guru Nanak Dev: his teachings and practices, Adi Granth; the Khalsa.

Social Classification: Ruling Class, Major Religious Groups, the Ulemas, the Mercantile and Professional Classes – Rajput Society.

Rural society – Petty Chieftains, Village Officials, Cultivators and Non-Cultivating Classes, Artisans.

Position of Women – Zanana System – Devadasi System.

Development of Education, Centres of Education and Curriculum, Madarasa Education.

Fine Arts – Major Schools of Painting – Mughal, Rajasthani, Pahari, Garhwali; Development of Music.

Art and Architecture, Indo-Islamic Architecture, Mughal Architecture, Regional Styles.

Indo-Arabic Architecture, Mughal Gardens, Maratha Forts, Shrines and Temples.

Unit –VII

Sources of Modern Indian History: Archieval Materials, Biographies and Memoirs, Newspapers, Oral Evidence, Creative Literature and Painting, Monuments, Coins.

Rise of British Power: European Traders in India in the 16 th to 18th Centuries – Portuguese, Dutch, French and the British.

Establishment and Expansion of British Dominion in India.

British Relations with Principal Indian States – Bengal, Oudh, Hyderabad, Mysore, Carnatic and Punjab.

Revolt of 1857, Causes, Nature and Impact.

Administration of the Company and the Crown; Evolution of Central and Provincial Structure under East India Company.

Paramountcy, Civil Service, Judiciary, Police and the Army under the Company; British Policy and Paramountcy in the Princely States under the Crown.

Local Self-Government.

Constitutional Changes, 1909 – 1935.

Unit – VIII

Colonial Economy: Changing Composition, Volume and Direction of Trade.

Expansion and Commercialization of Agriculture, Land Rights, Land Settlements, Rural Indebtedness, Landless Labour, Irrigation and Canal System.

Decline of Industries – Changing Socio-Economic Conditions of Artisans; De-urbanisation; Economic Drain; World Wars and Economy.

British Industrial Policy; Major Modern Industries; Nature of Factory Legislation; Labour and Trade Union Movements.

Monetary Policy, Banking, Currency and Exchange, Railways and Road Transport, Communications – Post & Telegraph.

Growth of New Urban Centres; New Features of Town Planning and Architecture, Urban Society and Urban Problems.

Famines, Epidemics and the Government Policy.

Tribal and Peasant Movements.

Indian Society in Transition: Contact with Christianity – the Missions and Missionaries; Critique of Indian Social and Economic Practices and Religious Beliefs; Educational and Other Activities.

The New Education – Government Policy; Levels and Contents; English Language; Development of Science, Technology, Public Health & Medicine – Towads Modernism.

Indian Renaissance – Socio-Religious Reforms; Emergence of Middle Class; Caste Associations and Caste Mobility.

Women’s Question – Nationalist Discourse; Women’s Organisations; British Legislation concerning Women, Gender Identity & Constitutional Position.

The Printing Press – Journalistic Activity and the Public opinion.

Modernisation of Indian Languages and Literary Forms – Reorientation in Painting, Music and Performing Arts.

Unit – IX

Rise of Indian Nationalism: Social and Economic basis of Nationalism.

Birth of Indian National Congress; Ideologies and Programmes of the Indian National Congress, 1885-1920: Early Nationalists, Assertive Nationalists and Revolutionaries.

Swadeshi and Swaraj.

Gandhian Mass Movements; Subas Chandra Bose and INA; Role of Middle Class in National Movement; Women Participation in National Movement.

Left Wing Politics.

Depressed Class Movement.

Communal Politics; Muslim League and Genesis of Pakistan.

Towards Independence and Partition.

India after Independence: Challenges of Partition; Integration of the Indian Princely States; Kashmir, Hyderabad & Junagarh.

B.R. Ambedkar – The making of the Indian Constitution, its Features.

The Structure of Bureaucracy.

New Education Policy.

Economic Policies and the Planning process; Development, Displacement and Tribal Issues.

Linguistic Reorganisation of States; Centre-State Relations.

Foreign Policy Initiatives – Panchsheel; Dynamics of Indian Politics-Emergency; Liberalisation, Privatisation & Globalisation of Indian Economy

Unit – X

Historical Method, Research, Methodology and Historiography:

Scope and Importance of History

Objectivity and Bias in History

Heuristics Operation, Criticism in History, Synthesis and Presentation

History and its Auxiliary Sciences

History a Science, Arts or a Social Science

Causation and Imagination in History

Significance of Regional History

Recent Trends of Indian History

Research Methodology

Hypothesis in History

Area of Proposed Research

Sources – Data Collection, Primary / Secondary, Original and Transit

Sources

Trends in Historical Research

Recent Indian Historiography

Selection of Topic in History

Notes Taking, References, Footnotes and Bibliography

Thesis and Assignment Writing

Plagiarism, Intellectual Dishonesty and History Writing

Beginnings of Historical Writings – Greek, Roman and Church

Historiography

Renaissance and its Impact on History Writing

Negative and Positive Schools of Historical Writing

Berlin Revolution in History Writing – Von Ranke

Marxist Philosophy of History – Scientific Materialism

Cyclical Theory of History – Oswald Spengler

Challenge and Response Theory – Arnold Joseph Toynbee

Post – Modernism in History

SOCIOLOGY

Unit -1: Sociological Theory

Unit – 2: Research Methodology and Method

Unit -3: Basic Concepts and Institutions

Unit – 4: Rural and Urban Transformations

 Unit – 5: State, Politics and Development

Unit – 6: Economy and Society

Unit – 7: Environment and Society

Unit – 8: Family, Marriage and Kinship

Unit – 9: Science, Technology and Society

Unit – 10: Culture and Symbolic Transformations

ECONOMICS

Unit-1: Micro Economics

Unit-2: Macro Economics

Unit- 3: Statistics and Econometrics

Unit-4: Mathematical Economics

Unit-5: International Economics

Unit-6: Public Economics

Unit-7: Money and Banking

Unit-8: Growth and Development Economics

Unit-9: Environmental Economics and Demography

Unit-1 : Indian Economy

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Unit – 1: Political Theory

Unit – 2: Political Thought

Unit – 3: Indian Political Thought

Unit – 4: Comparative Political Analysis

Unit – 5: International Relations

Unit – 6: India’s Foreign Policy

Unit – 7: Political Institutions in India

Unit – 8: Political Processes in India

Unit – 9: Public Administration

Unit – 10: Governance and Public Policy in India

English

Unit –I: Drama

Unit –II: Poetry

Unit –III: Fiction, short story

Unit –IV: Non-Fictional Prose

NOTE: The first four units must also be tested through comprehension passages to assess critical reading, critical thinking and writing skills. These four units will cover all literatures in English.

Unit –V: Language: Basic concepts, theories and pedagogy. English in Use.

Unit –VI: English in India: history, evolution and futures

Unit –VII: Cultural Studies

Unit –VIII: Literary Criticism

Unit –IX: Literary Theory post World War II

Unit –X: Research Methods and Materials in English

EDUCATION

Unit 1: Educational Studies

Unit 2: History, Politics and Economics of Education

Unit 3: Learner and Learning Process

Unit 4: Teacher Education

Unit 5: Curriculum Studies

Unit 6: Research in Education

Unit 7: Pedagogy, Andragogy and Assessment

Unit 8: Technology in/ for Education

Unit 9: Educational Management, Administration and Leadership

Unit 10: Inclusive Education

PSYCHOLOGY

  • Emergence of Psychology
  • Research Methodology and Statistics
  • Psychological testing
  • Biological basis of behavior
  • Attention, Perception, Learning, Memory and Forgetting
  • Thinking, Intelligence and Creativity
  • Personality, Motivation, emotion, stress and coping
  • Social Psychology
  • Human Development and Interventions
  • Emerging Areas

Library and Information Science

Unit – I

  1. Data, Information, Knowledge and Wisdom.
  2. Information Life Cycle – Generation, Collection, Storage and Dissemination.
  3. Role of Information in Planning, Management, Socio-economic, Cultural, Educational and Technological Development.
  4. Information Science – Relationship with other subjects, Information Society and Knowledge Society.
  5. Communication – Concept, Types, Theories, Models, Channels and Barriers; Trends in Scholarly Communication.
  6. Information Industry – Generators, Providers and Intermediaries.
  7. IPR and Legal Issues – Categories, Conventions, Treaties, Laws.
  8. Plagiarism: Concept and Types.
  9. Right to Information Act (RTI); Information Technology Act.
  10. National Knowledge Commission; National Mission on Libraries.

Unit – II

  1. Historical Development of Libraries in India; Committees and Commissions on Libraries in India.
  2. Types of Libraries – Academic, Public, Special and National.
  3. Library Legislation and Library Acts in Indian States; The Press and Registration of Books Act; The Delivery of Books and Newspapers (Public Libraries) Act.
  4. Laws of Library Science.
  5. Library and Information Science Profession – Librarianship as a Profession, Professional Skills and Competences; Professional Ethics.
  6. Professional Associations – National – ILA, IASLIC, IATLIS; International – IFLA, ALA, CILIP, ASLIB, SLA; Role of UGC, RRRLF and UNESCO in Promotion and Development of Libraries.
  7. Library and Information Science Education in India.
  8. Library Public Relations and Extension Activities.
  9. Type of Users – User Studies, User Education.
  10. Information Literacy – Areas, Standards, Types and Models; Trends in Information Literacy.

Unit – III

  1. Information Sources – Nature, Characteristics, Types and Formats.
  2. Sources of Information – Primary, Secondary and Tertiary; Documentary and Non-Documentary.
  3. Primary Information Sources (Print and Electronic) – Journals, Conference Proceedings, Patents, Standards, Theses & Dissertations, Trade Literature.
  4. Secondary Information Sources (Print and Electronic) – Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Bibliographies, Indexing & Abstracting, Statistical sources, Handbooks and Manuals.
  5. Tertiary Information Sources (Print and Electronic)- Directories, Year Books, Almanacs.
  6. Reference Sources – Bibliographical, Biographical, Educational, Language and Geographical.
  7. Electronic Information Resources – Subject Gateways, Web Portals, Bulletin Boards, Discussion Forums /Groups.
  8. Databases: Bibliographic, Numeric, Full text, Multimedia; Open Access Databases.
  9. Institutional and Human Resources.
  10. Evaluation of Reference Sources and Web Resources.

Unit – IV

  1. Community Information Services.
  2. Reference Service – Concept and Types; Referral Services
  3. Alerting Services – CAS, SDI, Inter Library Loan and Document Delivery.
  4. Mobile based Library Services and Tools – Mobile OPAC, Mobile Databases, Mobile Library Website, Library Apps, Mobile Library Instructions, Augmented Reality, SMS Alerts, Geo-Location, Reference Enquiry.
  5. Web 2.0 and 3.0 – Library 2.0- Concept, Characteristics, Components; Instant Messaging, RSS Feeds, Podcasts, Vodcasts, Ask a Librarian
  6. Collaborative Services- Social Networks, Academics Social Networks, Social Tagging, Social Bookmarking.
  7. Web – Scale Discovery Services
  8. National Information Systems and Networks: NISCAIR, DESIDOC, SENDOC, ENVIS, INFLIBNET, DELNET, NICNET, ERNET, National Knowledge Network (NKN), Biotechnology Information System Network
  9. International Information Systems and Networks: INIS, AGRIS, INSPEC, MEDLARS, BIOSIS, ERIC, Patent Information System (PIS), Biotechnology Information System (BIS).
  10. Library Resource Sharing and Library Consortia – National and International.

Unit – V

  1. Universe of Knowledge – Nature and Attributes; Modes of Formation of Subjects.
  2. Knowledge Organisation – Classification – Theories, Cannons, and Principles; Simple Knowledge Organisation System (SKOS), Taxonomies, Folksonomy, Trends in Classification.
  3. Mapping of Subjects in Library Classification Schemes – DDC, UDC and CC.
  4. Knowledge Organisation: Cataloguing – Cannons and Principles; Centralized and Co-operative Catalogue; Library Cataloguing Codes: CCC and AACR – II.
  5. Standards of Bibliographic Record Formats and Description – ISBD, MARC 21, CCF, RDA, FRBR, Bibframe.
  6. Standards for Bibliographic Information Interchange & Communication – ISO 2709, Z39.50, Z39.71.
  7. Metadata Standards: Dublin Core; MARC21, METS, MODES, EAD.
  8. Indexing Systems and Techniques: Assigned – Pre-coordinate; Post-Coordinate; Derived- Title-based; Vocabulary Control.
  9. Abstracting – Types and Guidelines.
  10. Information Retrieval System – Features, Components, Models and Evaluation.

Unit – VI

  1. Management – Principles, Functions and Schools of thought.
  2. Library and Information Centers Management – Book Selection Tools and Principles; Library Acquisition, Technical Processing, Circulation, Serial Control, Maintenance and Stock Verification; Preservation and Conservation; Hazards and Control Measures of Library Materials.
  3. Human Resource Management – Planning, Job Analysis, Job Description, Job Evaluation, Selection, Recruitment, Motivation, Training and Development, Performance Appraisal; Staff Manual.
  4. Financial Management in Libraries – Sources of Finance, Resource Mobilisation, Budgeting Methods; Cost Effective and Cost Benefit Analysis, Annual Reports & Statistics; Library Authority and Committee.
  5. Project Management – SWOT, PEST, PERT / CPM.
  6. Total Quality Management (TQM) – Concepts, Principles and Techniques, Six Sigma; Evaluation of Services of Libraries and Information Centers.
  7. Library Building, Furniture and Equipments; Green Library Building; Information Commons; Makers Space; Security and Safety.
  8. Management Information System (MIS), MBO, Change Management, Disaster Management, Crisis Management.
  9. Knowledge Management – Principles, Tools, Components and Architecture.
  10. Marketing of Library Products and Services – Plan, Research, Strategies, Mix, Segmentation, Pricing and Advertising; Management Consultancy.

Unit – VII

  1. Computer Technology – Character Representation (ASCII, ISCII, Unicode); Computer Hardware, Software; Storage Devices; Input and Output Devices.
  2. Types of Software – System Software, Application Software.
  3. Programming Languages – Object Oriented, Procedural, High Level, Scripting; Web Languages.
  4. Telecommunication – Transmission Channels, Mode, and Media, ISDN, PSDN, Multiplexing, Modulation, Standards and Protocols.
  5. Wireless Communication – Media, Wi-fi, Li-fi, Satellite Communication, Mobile Communication.
  6. Computer Networks – Topologies, Types of Networks – LAN, MAN, WAN.
  7. Internet – Web browsers, WWW, E-mail; Search Engines, Meta and Entity Search engines.
  8. Internet Protocols and Standards – HTTP, SHTTP, FTP, SMTP, TCP/IP, URI, URL.
  9. Hypertext, Hypermedia, Multimedia, Video conferencing, Virtual Reality, Augmented Technologies.
  10. Data Security, Network Security, Firewalls, Cryptographic Techniques, Anti-virus software, Anti-spyware, Intrusion Detection System.

Unit – VIII

  1. Library Automation – Areas, Planning, Selection of Hardware and Software, Implementation and Evaluation; Standards for Library Automation.
  2. Barcode, RFID, QR Code, Biometric, Smartcard: Features and Applications.
  3. Digitization – Planning, Selection of Materials, Hardware, Software, Process, Issues.
  4. Digital Library: Genesis, Characteristics, Types, Architecture; Standards, Formats and Protocols, DOI.
  5. Digital Preservation – Need, Purpose, Standards, Methods, Techniques, Projects (National and International).
  6. Digital Library Initiatives – National and International.
  7. Institutional Repositories – Need, Purpose, Types and Tools; Institutional Repositories in India; ROAR, DOAR, SHARPA-ROMIO.
  8. Content Management Systems – Architecture, Data Integration, CMS Software – Selection, Implementation and Evaluation.
  9. Application of Artificial Intelligence, Expert Systems and Robotics in Libraries; Social Mobile Analytics Cloud (SMAC); Cloud Computing.
  10. Ontology – Tools (RDF, RDFS, Potege); Semantic Web, Linked Data, Big Data, Data Mining, Data Harvesting

Unit – IX

  1. Research – Concept, Purpose, Functions, Scope and Ethics; Types of Research – Basic and Applied, Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary.
  2. Research Methods: Historical, Descriptive, Experimental and Delphi.
  3. Research Design – Selection of Research Problem, Review of Literature; Formulation of Research Problem; Hypothesis – Formulation, Types and Testing; Sampling Techniques.
  4. Methods of Data Collection: Questionnaire, Interview, Observation, Library Records, Scales and Checklist.
  5. Data Analysis and Interpretation – Presentation of Data; Statistical Methods/ Techniques.
  6. Statistical Packages – Spreadsheet, SPSS, Bibexcel, ‘R’ Statistics.
  7. Research Report Writing and Citation Tools – Structure, Style, Contents, Guidelines; Style Manuals; Online Citation Tools; Reference Style Management Tools; Antiplagiarism Tools; Evaluation of Research Report.
  8. Metric Studies in LIS – Bibliometrics, Scientometric, Webometrics, Altmetrics;
  9. Impact Factors – Journal, Institutional and Authors; h-Index, g-Index, i10 Index.
  10. Trends in Library and Information Science Research.

Unit –X

  1. Academic Library and Information System.
  2. Public Library and Information System.
  3. Special Library and Information System.
  4. Health Science Library and Information System.
  5. Corporate Library and Information System.
  6. Agricultural Library and Information System.
  7. Engineering and Technological Library and Information System.
  8. Archive, Museums and Oriental Libraries.
  9. Community Information System.
  10. Information Services and System for Persons with Disability, Children and Women.

LAW

UNIT – I: JURISPRUDENCE

UNIT – II: CONSTITUTIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

UNIT – III: PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW AND IHL

UNIT – IV: LAW OF CRIMES

UNIT – V: LAW OF TORTS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION

UNIT – VI: COMMERCIAL LAW

UNIT-VII: FAMILY LAW

UNIT –VIII: ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

UNIT – IX: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LAW

UNIT – X: COMPARATIVE PUBLIC LAW AND SYSTEMS OF GOVERNANCE

Commerce

Unit 1: Business Environment and International Business

Unit 2: Accounting and Auditing

Unit 3: Business Economics

Unit 4: Business Finance

Unit 5: Business Statistics and Research Methods

Unit 6: Business Management and Human Resource Management

Unit 7: Banking and Financial Institutions

Unit 8: Marketing Management

Unit 9: Legal Aspects of Business

Unit 10: Income-tax and Corporate Tax Planning

Management

Unit – I

Management – Concept, Process, Theories and Approaches, Management Rolesand Skills

Functions – Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Coordinating and Controlling.

Communication – Types, Process and Barriers.

Decision Making – Concept, Process, Techniques and Tools

Organisation Structure and Design – Types, Authority, Responsibility,

Centralisation, Decentralisation and Span of Control

Managerial Economics – Concept & Importance

Demand analysis – Utility Analysis, Indifference Curve, Elasticity & Forecasting

Market Structures – Market Classification & Price Determination

National Income – Concept, Types and Measurement

Inflation – Concept, Types and Measurement

Business Ethics & CSR

Ethical Issues & Dilemma

Corporate Governance

Value Based Organisation

Unit – II

Organisational Behaviour – Significance & Theories

Individual Behaviour – Personality, Perception, Values, Attitude, Learning and Motivation

Group Behaviour – Team Building, Leadership, Group Dynamics

Interpersonal Behaviour & Transactional Analysis

Organizational Culture & Climate

Work Force Diversity & Cross Culture Organisational Behaviour

Emotions and Stress Management

Organisational Justice and Whistle Blowing

Human Resource Management – Concept, Perspectives, Influences and Recent Trends

Human Resource Planning, Recruitment and Selection, Induction, Trainingand Development

Job Analysis, Job Evaluation and Compensation Management

Unit – III

Strategic Role of Human Resource Management

Competency Mapping & Balanced Scoreboard

Career Planning and Development

Performance Management and Appraisal

Organization Development, Change & OD Interventions

Talent Management & Skill Development

Employee Engagement & Work Life Balance

Industrial Relations: Disputes & Grievance Management, Labour Welfare and

Social Security

Trade Union & Collective Bargaining

International Human Resource Management – HR Challenge of International

Business

Green HRM

Unit– IV

Accounting Principles and Standards, Preparation of Financial Statements

Financial Statement Analysis – Ratio Analysis, Funds Flow and Cash Flow

Analysis, DuPont Analysis

Preparation of Cost Sheet, Marginal Costing, Cost Volume Profit Analysis

Standard Costing & Variance Analysis

Financial Management, Concept & Functions

Capital Structure – Theories, Cost of Capital, Sources and Finance

Budgeting and Budgetary Control, Types and Process, Zero base Budgeting

Leverages – Operating, Financial and Combined Leverages, EBIT–EPS

Analysis, Financial Breakeven Point & Indifference Level.

Unit –V

Value & Returns – Time Preference for Money, Valuation of Bonds and Shares, Risk and Returns;

Capital Budgeting – Nature of Investment, Evaluation, Comparison of Methods;

Risk and Uncertainly Analysis

Dividend – Theories and Determination

Mergers and Acquisition – Corporate Restructuring, Value Creation, Merger

Negotiations, Leveraged Buyouts, Takeover

Portfolio Management – CAPM, APT

Derivatives – Options, Option Payoffs, Option Pricing, Forward Contracts &

Future Contracts

Working Capital Management – Determinants, Cash, Inventory, Receivables and

Payables Management, Factoring

International Financial Management, Foreign exchange market

Unit – VI

Strategic Management – Concept, Process, Decision & Types

Strategic Analysis – External Analysis, PEST, Porter’s Approach to industry analysis, Internal Analysis – Resource Based Approach, Value Chain Analysis

Strategy Formulation – SWOT Analysis, Corporate Strategy – Growth, Stability, Retrenchment, Integration and Diversification, Business Portfolio Analysis – BCG, GE Business Model, Ansoff’s Product Market Growth Matrix

Strategy Implementation – Challenges of Change, Developing Programs Mckinsey 7s Framework

Marketing – Concept, Orientation, Trends and Tasks, Customer Value and Satisfaction

Market Segmentation, Positioning and Targeting

Product and Pricing Decision – Product Mix, Product Life Cycle, New Product development, Pricing – Types and Strategies

Place and promotion decision – Marketing channels and value networks, VMS, IMC, Advertising and Sales promotion

Unit –VII

Consumer and Industrial Buying Behaviour: Theories and Models of Consumer Behaviour

Brand Management – Role of Brands, Brand Equity, Equity Models, Developing a Branding Strategy; Brand Name Decisions, Brand Extensions and Loyalty

Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Drivers, Value creation, Supply Chain Design, Designing and Managing Sales Force, Personal Selling

Service Marketing – Managing Service Quality and Brands, Marketing Strategies of Service Firms

Customer Relationship Marketing – Relationship Building, Strategies, Values and Process

Retail Marketing – Recent Trends in India, Types of Retail Outlets.

Emerging Trends in Marketing – Concept of e-Marketing, Direct Marketing,

Digital Marketing and Green Marketing

International Marketing – Entry Mode Decisions, Planning Marketing Mix for International Markets

Unit –VIII

Statistics for Management: Concept, Measures Of Central Tendency and Dispersion, Probability Distribution – Binominal, Poison, Normal and Exponential

Data Collection & Questionnaire Design

Sampling – Concept, Process and Techniques

Hypothesis Testing – Procedure; T, Z, F, Chi-square tests

Correlation and Regression Analysis

Operations Management – Role and Scope

Facility Location and Layout – Site Selection and Analysis, Layout – Design and Process

Enterprise Resource Planning – ERP Modules, ERP implementation

Scheduling; Loading, Sequencing and Monitoring

Quality Management and Statistical Quality Control, Quality Circles, Total Quality

Management – KAIZEN, Benchmarking, Six Sigma; ISO 9000 Series Standards

Operation Research – Transportation, Queuing Decision Theory, PERT / CPM

Unit –IX

International Business – Managing Business in Globalization Era; Theories of

International Trade; Balance of payment

Foreign Direct Investment – Benefits and Costs

Multilateral regulation of Trade and Investment under WTO

International Trade Procedures and Documentation; EXIM Policies

Role of International Financial Institutions – IMF and World Bank

Information Technology – Use of Computers in Management Applications; MIS, DSS

Artificial Intelligence and Big Data

Data Warehousing, Data Mining and Knowledge Management – Concepts

Managing Technological Change

Unit – X

Entrepreneurship Development – Concept, Types, Theories and Process,

Developing Entrepreneurial Competencies

Intrapreneurship – Concept and Process

Women Entrepreneurship and Rural Entrepreneurship

Innovations in Business – Types of Innovations, Creating and Identifying Opportunities, Screening of Business Ideas

Business Plan and Feasibility Analysis – Concept and Process of Technical, Market and Financial Analysis

Micro and Small Scale Industries in India; Role of Government in Promoting SSI

Sickness in Small Industries – Reasons and Rehabilitation

Institutional Finance to Small Industries – Financial Institutions, Commercial Banks, Cooperative Banks, Micro Finance

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS

Unit – 1: Discrete Structures and Optimization

Unit – 2: Computer System Architecture

Unit – 3: Programming Languages and Computer Graphic

Unit – 4: Database Management Systems

Unit – 5: System Software and Operating System

Unit – 6: Software Engineering

Unit – 7: Data Structures and Algorithms

Unit – 8: Theory of Computation and Compilers

 Unit – 9: Data Communication and Computer Networks

Unit – 10: Artificial Intelligence (AI)

EARTH, ATMOSPHERIC, OCEAN AND PLANETARY SCIENCES

PAPER I (PART B)

  1. The Earth and the Solar System:
  2. Earth Materials, Surface Features and Processes
  3. Interior of the Earth, Deformation and Tect
  4. Oceans and Atmosphere
  5. Environmental Earth Sciences

PAPER I (PART C)

  1. GEOLOGY

(II) PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY

(III) GEOPHYSICS

(IV) METEOROLOGY

(V) OCEAN SCIENCES

Physical Education

Unit -I:

Physical education and adapted physical education, their objectives Philosophies of education as applied to physical education

Development of Physical education in Greece, Rome, Sweden, Russia England, Denmark, Germany, USA, Australia and China.

Growth and development of physical education in India:

Recreation- its principles, characteristics and importance. Modern trends in recreation. Indoor and outdoor recreational programmes. Recreational programmes for various categories of people.

Wellness- its importance, benefits and challenges. Development and maintenance of wellness.

Teaching Aptitude – nature, objectives, characteristics of teaching, learner characteristics and teaching methods.

Social aspects of sports- sports as a socializing agency, social values , sports leadership, sports as cultural heritage and social aspects of competition.

Ancient & Modern Olympics games, Asian and Commonwealth games.

Structure and functions of international and national bodies controlling various games and sports,. Prominent honours and awards in games and sports

Unit -II:

Exercise physiology its scope and importance in the field of physical education and sports.

Cardio respiratory adaptations to long and short term physical activities.

Muscle- its types , characteristics and functions. Microscopic structure of muscle fibre. Sliding filament theory of muscular contraction. Types of muscle fibres and sports performance. Muscular adaptations to exercise.

Neuro-muscular junction and transmission of nerve impulse, kinesthetic Sense organs and neural control of motor skills.

Bio-chemical aspects of exercise – Metabolism of food products. Aerobic and anaerobic systems during rest and exercise. Direct and indirect methods of measuring energy cost of exercise.

Recovery process – Physiological aspects of fatigue. Restoration of energy stores. Recovery oxygen. Nutritional aspects of performance.

Environmental influence on human physiology under exercise.

Women in sports- trainability. Physiological gender differences and special problems of women athletes.

Aging – Physiological consequences, life style management and healthful aging.

Physiological responses of various therapeutic modalities and rehabilitation.

Physiological aspects of various Ergogenic aids. Massage manipulations and their physiological responses.

Unit- III:

Kinesiology and biomechanics. Modern trends in biomechanics. Planes and Axes of human body. Joints and their movements.

Muscle attachments – Origin, insertion, action and leverage of the principal muscles used in sports.

Motion: its laws and their application in sports. Projectile and principles of projections

Linear and angular kinematics and kinetics.

Friction, Spin, impact and elasticity.

Air and water dynamics.

Mechanical advantage and applications of Levers in sports.

Posture and its deformities with their corrective exercises.

Kinesiological, Muscular and mechanical analyses of fundamental movements:

Mechanical analyses of major sports skills Unit – IV:

Sports psychology- its importance in the field of physical education and sports. Motivation in sports- types, theories and dynamics.

Psychological factors affecting sports performance- Emotions, Anxiety aggression, stress ,self confidence, concentration , mental practice and goal setting.

Personality- Theories of personality, measurement of personality.

Group dynamics, Group cohesion and leadership in sports.

Cognitive process- memory and thinking. Principles of Motor skill learning.

Transfer of training and its types with its implication in sports.

Long and short term psychological preparation for performance/ competition.

Psychological skill training for activation and relaxation

Spectators and sports performance

Unit -V:

Development of teacher education for physical education in India. Comparative study of professional preparation in physical education of India with those of USA, Russia, Germany, Australia and UK.

Professional and other courses of physical education in India. Role of Government agencies monitoring professional courses in physical education.

Qualities, qualifications and responsibilities of physical education personnel at primary, secondary and higher education levels. Scope of physical education personnel in the promotion of health, fitness and wellness.

Recent Government policies for promoting physical education and sports in India.

Hierarchy of organizational set-up in physical education at schools, colleges and university level.

Role of public & private sectors in the promotion of physical education and sports in the country.

Curriculum development- Concepts and principles of curriculum planning. Subject matter for different levels of education – primary, secondary and higher education.

Curriculum design and content- importance, selection and classification of subject

matter with reference to age, sex and differently abled pupils. Integrated programme for boys and girls.

Teaching aids – Time-table, Concepts, credit system for various subject coursestheory and practical, Impact of technology in physical education and sports,

Curriculum evaluation: Concepts and purpose; procedure and appraisal.

Unit -VI:

Health- its objectives and spectrum. Health education, its importance and principles . Role of genetics and environment in achieving health. Health-related physical fitness.

Community health programme- Health appraisal & health instructions.

International and national health promoting government & private agencies.

School Health programme and personal hygiene.

Communicable diseases: causes, symptoms, prevention through other means and Immunization.

Psychosomatic disorders/ sedentary life style diseases : causes, symptoms and prevention.

Obesity related health problems. Body weight control and its significance on health. Role of exercise, dieting and combination of exercise & dieting on weight control.

First-aid- objectives and principles. First-aid for Shock, poisoning, burns, drowning, bleeding, electric shock and common sports injuries.

Pollution- Air, water, sound and radiation. Effects of pollution on health, Preventive and safety measures from pollution.

Nutrition- Balanced diet and its components. Nutritional Deficiencies. Understanding of malnutrition and nutritional supplements.

Effects of smoking, alcohol, & drugs on health; prevention and rehabilitation.

Unit -VII :

Sports training- its characteristics and principles. Training load, its features, principles and adaptation process. Means and methods of executing training load. Overload, its Causes, symptoms and remedial measures.

Strength- its characteristics, types of strength, factors determining strength and strength development.

Endurance- its characteristics, types of endurance, factors determining endurance and endurance development.

Speed- its characteristics, types of Speed, factors determining Speed and speed development.

Flexibility-its characteristics, types of flexibility, factors determining flexibility and flexibility development.

Coordinative abilities- its characteristics, types of coordinative abilities, factors determining coordinative abilities and development of coordinative abilities.

Technique and skill- its characteristics and importance. Different stages of technique development and technique training. Tactics and strategy.

Planning- its importance and principles. Types of planning.

Periodization- its importance, objectives and types of periodization. Concept of different periods – Preparatory, competition and transitional. Types of

Competition:

Talent identification- process and procedure.

Unit -VIII:

Research in physical education- its importance and classification. Ethical issues in research.

Methods of research- Descriptive, historical and experimental. Experimental research designs.

Identification and formulation of research problem. Types of research hypotheses and their formulation. Hypotheses testing.

Tools of research- Questionnaires, opinionnaires, interviews and observation.

Sources and steps of literature search- library, research data bases, internet- search engines, online journals. Note taking and critical reading.

Sampling Techniques- Probability and non probability.

Data, its types and collecting measures.

Normal probability curve and grading scales.

Statistical processes, their importance and uses in research. Application of parametric and non parametric statistical techniques in research.

Computer applications- statistical packages for data analyses- SPSS, e-mail, search engines and Microsoft office.

Preparation of research proposal, report, abstract, paper for publication and paper for presentation.

Unit – IX:

Test, measurement and evaluation -their types and importance in physicaleducation and sports. Principles and processes of evaluation in physical education.

Criteria of selecting an appropriate test and administration of testing programme

Types of tests and construction of standard knowledge and skill tests.

Tests for fitness- Physical fitness, motor fitness, motor ability and motor educability. Health related fitness tests.

Test for fitness components- strength, endurance, speed, flexibility and coordinative abilities.

Sports skill tests- Badminton, Basketball, Football, Hockey, Tennis, and Volleyball.

Anthropometric Measurements- land marks and measurement of various body segments ,height, sitting-height, weight, diameters, circumferences, skinfolds, body mass index, ponderal index.

Somatotype and Posture evaluating techniques.

Testing of physiological phenomenons- Blood pressure, breathing frequency vital capacity, heart rate, pulse rate, body temperature and body composition.

Tests for psychological variables- Anxiety, aggression, team cohesion, achievement motivation, mental-toughness, and self-efficacy.

Unit – X:

Management- its principles and theories. Scope of management in physical education and sports. Guiding principles for organizing physical education & sports programmes in institutions.

Personnel management- objectives and principles. Self-appraisal, communication skills and time management. Essential skills of administration.

Financial management- objectives, purposes, principles and scope. Planning and preparation of budget. Mechanics of purchase and auditing

Supervision – objectives, principles and importance of supervision. Techniques of supervision. Duties and responsibilities of a supervisor.

Facility management- planning, procuring and maintenance of facilities- indoor and outdoor facilities. Planning and management of sports infrastructure. Management of records.

Role of sports manager- interpersonal, informational and decision making. Managerial skills – technical, human and conceptual. Qualities and qualification of sports manager.

Event management- its principles, planning, check list, rehearsal, itinerary, execution, reporting and follow-up procedures of an event.

Public relation- principles of public relations in physical education and sports. Mass Media- communication and publicity, qualifications of Public relation officer

Philosophy

Unit – 1: Classical Indian: Epistemology and Metaphysics

Unit-2: Classical Western: Ancient, Medieval, and Modern : Epistemology and Metaphysics

Unit – 3: Indian Ethics

Unit – 4: Western Ethics

Unit- 5: Contemporary Indian Philosophy

Unit-6: Recent Western Philosophy

Unit- 7: Social and Political Philosophy: Indian

Unit- 8: Social and Political Philosophy: Western

Unit- 9: Logic

Unit- 10: Applied Philosophy

Home Science

UNIT-I: FOOD SCIENCE AND FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT

UNIT-II: NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

Unit-III: TEXTILES

UNIT-IV: APPAREL DESIGNING

UNIT-V: RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND CONSUMER ISSUES

UNIT-VI: HOUSING AND INTERIOR DESIGN

UNIT-VII: CHILD/HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

UNIT-VIII: FAMILY STUDIES

UNIT-IX: COMMUNICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT

UNIT-X: EXTENSION MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Geography:

Unit I – Geomorphology

Unit II – Climatology

Unit III- Oceanography

Unit IV- Geography of Environment

Unit V – Population and Settlement Geography

Unit VI- Geography of Economic Activities and Regional Development

Unit VII – Cultural, Social and Political Geography

Unit VIII – Geographic Thought

Unit IX – Geographical Techniques

Unit X- Geography of India

Social Work:

Unit I-Nature and Development of Social Work

Unit II- Society, Human Behavior and Communities

Unit III- Social Work with Individuals and Groups

Unit IV-Social Work with Communities and Social Action

Unit V-Research in Social Work: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches

Unit VI-Administration, Welfare and Development Services

Unit VII -Social Policy, Planning and Social Development

Unit VIII-Indian Constitution, Social Justice, Human Rights and Social Work Practice

Unit IX- Areas of Social Work Practice I

Unit X-Areas of Social Work Practice II

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What is the Exam Date for GSET 2022?

The Exam Date for GSET 2022 is 06 November 2022.

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