TS CPGET Syllabus 2022 (PDF) Subject wise Exam Pattern & Previous Papers

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TS CPGET 2022 Overview

Name of the ExamTS CPGET
Conducted byOsmania University
Official Websitehttps://cpget.tsche.ac.in

TS CPGET 2022 Exam Pattern

1. The entrance tests in all the subjects will be of 90 minutes duration the question paper consists of 100 objectives (multiple choice only) type questions for 100 marks.
2. The entrance test will consist of any 3 or 4 varieties of objective type items such as analogies, classification, matching, comprehension of a research study/experiment / theoretical point of view, etc., with multiple answers besides the usual multiple-choice items. The items will be framed only from the syllabus of the entrance test.
3. Pattern of Entrance Test for Admission into M.Sc. Biochemistry, Environmental Science, Forensic Science, Genetics and Microbiology is as follows. Candidates have to appear for a common entrance test, namely, BCESESG&M comprising of Part-A (Chemistry for 40 Marks) and Part-B (One of the
optional studied at B.Sc. level among the optional subjects: Physics, Botany, Zoology, Genetics,
Microbiology and Biochemistry) for 60 Marks.
The pattern of Entrance Test for Admissions into M.Sc.Bio-Technology comprising of Part-A (Chemistry for 40 marks) and part-B (Bio-Technology for 60 Marks).

CPGET Syllabus 2022

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OUCET Syllabus 2022

Part A (40 marks)
Fundamentals of Indian Archeology, Indian Art and Architecture
Part B ( 60 marks)
Indian History from the earliest time to the present day into political, social, economic, religious and cultural aspects
Part A (40 marks) Grammar
Aqsam-ai-Kalima,Fail, Aqsama-ai-fail, Jumla ismia wa Failia, Murakkab Idafi, Murakkab Touseefi, Mubtada Khabar, Wahed, Tasnia Jama Muzakkar and Muannas, Zameer Zarf Zaman and Makan, Huroof Jarra.
Book prescribed: al-Nahwu-Al-Wadihatul Ibtedauya
Part–I Translation from the prescribed text book, Duroos-al-Lugha, al Arabia (Part-II by Dr V Abdur Raheem.)
Part-B (60 marks)
Prose: I. The prose book “Duroos –ul-Lughtil Arabiya part II by Dr V Abdur Raheem
II. The following five surahs: Wadhuha, Insherah, Teen, Zilzal and Qadar
Poetry: 10 Poems:
1. Fazl-al-Lugath; 2. Al-Tair; 3.An-Naseedul-Mudarari; 4.Al-Kitab;
5.Unshudu Al-Sabah; 6.Nasheed Al-Kashafa; 7.Al-Zahiar; 8.Al-Tabiah; 9.Tahyi Al-Maktab; 10.Al- ustaz wal alwalid.
History of Arabic Literature: Pre-Islamic Period: 1.Mazaya-al-Lugha-al-Arabia; 2.Al-Muallaqa- al-Saba; 3.Khasais Al-Shair Al-Jahili; 4.Tadween-al Quraan; 5.Mumayyizat Khitabat al Asr Jahili; 6.Mumayyizat Khitabad Asr Al-Khulfa Al-Rashideen
Journalism and Mass Communication
Part A (40 Marks)            
Comprehension of a passage (10 marks)
Sentence Construction (5 marks)
Identifying Grammatical Errors (5 Marks)
Spelling (5 marks)
Antonyms and Synonyms (10 marks)
Logic and Reasoning (5 marks)
Part B (60 Marks)
Media Awareness (20 Marks)
Current Affairs (20 Marks)
General Awareness (10 Marks)
Words Frequently used in Media (10 Marks)
(MLib ISc) 2 yrs/(BLib ISc)
Part A (40 marks)
Books, Periodicals, Reasoning, Mental Ability and Arithmetic: News Papers & Periodicals – their place of publication; Books – subjects, Books – Authors; Verbal Reasoning, Mental Ability; and General Arithmetic, Quantitative Ability.
Part B (60 marks)
General Knowledge, Awareness, and Current Affairs:
Popular and Technical Terms in various fields – their subject and meaning; Famous Persons – their Specialization, filed of activity, Awards, honours etc.; Learned Regional, National and International Institutions, Societies, Associations – their location, activities, etc.; Current Affairs and Events – Regional, National and International (Social, Political, Economic, etc); sports and games – terms, specifications, rules and persons etc.; Geographical locations, names and terms – cities, countries, rivers, mountains, parks, forests, capitals, etc. Inventions, Discoveries, Explorations, etc.; and Questions relating to specific subjects – Arts, Social Sciences & Sciences (Literature, Economics, Medicine, Physics, Engineering, etc
Part A (40 marks)
Indian Economy and Economic Development, Structure of the Indian Economy, Indian Agriculture, Industry and Services, Telangana State Economy
Part B (60 marks)
Micro Economics: Introduction, Consumer Behaviour, Theory of Production and Costs, Market Structure, Factor Pricing
Macro Economics: National Income, Theories of Employment
Part A (40 Marks)
Spelling & Punctuation, Vocabulary: Antonyms – Synonyms – One word substitutes – Words often confused – Idiomatic expressions, Grammar: Tenses – Propositions – Concord – Auxiliary verbs – Active passive Voice, Correction of sentences: Identify the error – Identify the correct sentence, Exercises in Jumbling: Jumbled words to be arranged in the right order to form a sentence -Paragraph sequencing.
Part B (60 Marks)
History of English Literature, Literary Terms, Literary Forms, Literary Movements, Books & Authors (canonical texts) ? Comprehension (Poetry), Comprehension (Prose)
Part A (40 Marks)
Spelling of Words, Correct form of sentences, Basic Grammar (Gender, Case, Tense, Number), Meaning of the words.
Part B (60 Marks)
History of Hindi Literature; Basic Hindi Grammar (Theory); Hindi, Prose, Poetry and Fiction etc; General Awareness about Hindi Language and Literature.

Osmania University CET 2022 Syllabus – History

Part – A: (40 Marks)
History of Modern Europe ( 1789 – 1960 A.D.) : Introduction : Brief outlines of Renaissance,
Reformation, Geographical Discoveries, Rise of Nation States; French Revolution : Causes – Course – Constitutional Assembly – National Convention – Directory – Effects of the Revolution; Emergence of
Napoleon Bonaparte – Expansion – Consolidation and Downfall; Vienna Congress – Concert of Europe – Metternich – Revolutions of 1830 – 1848; The Industrial Revolution – its effects ; Second Republic in
France – Napoleon III – Paris Commune – The Rise of III French Republic; National Movements : Unification
of Italy, Unification of Germany; Liberalism and Democracy in Britain; The Eastern Question – Crimean
War – Berlin Congress; Revolution in Turkey – Balkan wars; Scramble for African and Asian Colonies – Theories and Mechanisms of Imperialism; Power blocks in Europe – Imperial Rivalry – Causes and System;
First World War – Causes and Effects – Treaty of Versailles; Russian Revolution 1917 – Causes and
Significance; World under Economic crisis – Great Depression and Recovery; Rise of Fascism and Nazism;
League of Nations – Achievements and Failures; Second World War – Causes, Course and Effect; Post
Second World War Developments – U.N.O. – Cold War – Rise of third block.
Part B : (60 Marks)
History and Culture of India up to 1950 A.D.
Unit 1: Introduction to History – Influence of Geography on History – Survey of the Sources- Pre-Historic
period – Paleolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic Cultures – Role of Technology. Indus Valley Civilization – Its Characteristic Features – Vedic Culture – Early and Later Vedic Periods – Post-Vedic period – Emergence of Varna and Jati – Rise of New Religious Movements – Jainism and Buddhism in 6th Century B.C. Impact on
Society and Culture. Unit2: A Brief Survey of Political Conditions in Ancient Indian – Magadha,
Alexaunder’s Invasion and Mauryas – Ashoka’s Dhamma, Its Nature and Propagation – Mauryan
Administration, Society and Economy – Art and Architecture. Unit 3: Post-Mauryan period in North India – A Brief Political Survey of Kushans, Guptas, Pushyabuthi and Rajputs: Polity and Administration – Social
Conditions – Caste System – Position of Women – Economy, Indian Feudalism – Art – Architecture – Education, Literature, Philosophy, Science and Technology. Unit 4: A Brief Political Survey of South India – Sangam Age – Satavahanas – Pallavas – Cholas – Chalukyas and Rastrakutas – Kakatiyas and
Vijayanagara: Polity and Administration, Society, Economy Art, Architecture and Literature. Unit 5:
Invasions of Arabs, Ghaznavids and Ghoris and Delhi Sultanate – A Brief Political Survey of Delhi Sultanate
Polity and Administration, Reforms of Allauddin and Mohd. Bin Tuglaq. Society, Nobility – Status of Women,
Economics and Technological Developments. Agriculture – Industry – Trade and Commerce – Urbanization,
Art and Architecture – Fine Arts – Education and Literature. Unit 6: Impact of Islam on Indian Society and
Culture – Bhakti and Sufi Movements – Emergence of Composite Culture. Unit 7: Survey of Sources – Establishment of Mughal Empire – Shershah Sur – Brief Survey of Political History up to A.D. 1707 – Polity
and Administration – Society – Social Composition – Ulema – Nobility – Peasantry – Artisans – Slaves – Status of Women – Economy: Agriculture Industries, Trade and Commerce – Economic and Technological
Developments. Religion – Hindu-Muslim Relations – Composite Culture. Education, Literature, Art,
Architecture and Fine Arts. Decline and Disintegration of Mughal Empire – Rise of Regional Powers – Marathas and Sikhs. Unit 8: Advent of European Powers – Portugese, Dutch, English and French
Expansion and Consolidation of British Empire – Wars – Diplomacy – Policies Pursued – Subsidiary Alliance
– Doctrine of Lapse; Economics Policies and Changes – Mercantilism and Free Trade Policies – Land
Revenue Settlements – permanent – Ryotwari – Mahlawari Systems – Irrigation – Commercialization of
Agriculture – Condition of Peasants – Famines – Decline of Cottage Industries. Unit 9: Anti-colonial
Upsurge – Peasant and Tribal Revolts, Revolt of 1857 – Causes – Nature and Results. Unit 10: Factors for
Social Change – Christian Missionaries – Western Education – Emergence of New Middle Classes – Growth
of Press – Socio-Religious Reforms Movements – Brahma Samaj – Arya Samaj – Theosophical Society – Ramakrishna Mission – Aligarh Movement – Jyotiba Phule – Narayana Guru, Periyar’s Self-Respect
Movement – Dr.B.R Ambedkar. Unit 11: National Movement – Factors for the Growth of Nationalism –
Indian National Congress – Three Phases of Freedom Struggle – Revolutionary Movements – Left Wing
Movements – Peasant and Workers Movements. Unit 12: Emergence of Communal Trends – Partition of
India – Integration of Princely states into Indian Union – Formation of Indian Republic.
Islamic Studies
Part A (40 Marks)
Fundamental beliefs and practices of Islam. Prophethood, Revelation. Compilation of the Quran, Economic, Political and Ethical teachings of the Quran, Hadith: Definition, Compilation and types of Hadith, Source of Islamic Law, Schools of Islamic Law, Marriage, Dissolution of marriage, Inheritance
Part B (60 marks)
Pre-Islamic Arabia: Geo-political, Social and religious conditions, Life of the Prophet and Early caliphate, The Umayyads and the Abbasids, Administration, Society, Contribution to Science, Literature, Fine Arts & Architecture, Petty Dynasties, Concepts of Ummah, Khilafah and Imamah. Muslim Philosophy: Mutalzilities, Asharites, Sufism: Origin and development, Sufis and Sufi orders
Part A (40 Marks)
Finding of correct form of words and sentences, meanings of words, basic grammar and composition
Part B (60 Marks)
History of Literature, Literary works and authors, grammar, Prosody and general awareness about the language
OUCET Syllabus 2022 – Linguistics
Part A ( 40 marks)
Popular ideas and beliefs about language, countries/States and their official languages, languages and the scripts in which they are written, names of the language families to which a given language belongs to, largest/Second largest spoken language in a country/region, awareness of language related subjects, famous authors of the world and the language in which they wrote/have been writing, world famous books and the language in which they are written
General English: awareness of English alphabets and the sounds they represent, spelling, basic knowledge of English grammar, synonyms and antonyms
Part B (60 marks)
This section consists of 60 bits based on the natural/hypothetical language data to test the Analytical ability of the candidate.
Part A (40 Marks)
History of Marathi Literature.
Part B (60 Marks)
Forms of Literature: Poetry, Short Story, Novel, Drama, Essay, Biography, Autobiography
M Lib ISc (One Year Programme)
Part A (40 marks)
Library Classification, Library Cataloguing, Library Management
Part B (60 Marks)
Reference and Information Sources and Services, Library and Society, Introduction to Computers
Part A (40 Marks)
Part B (60 Marks)
Life histories of the following Poets and Authors: Rudaki, Firdausi, Unsari, Nizami, Attar, Rumi, Khayyam, Amir Khusro, Saidi, Hafiz, Iqbal, Chahar Maqala by Nizami aroozi Samarqerndi, Anwar-e-soheli by Mulla Waiz Kashif
Translation: Lessons prescribed for second language

Osmania University Common Entrance Test 2022 Syllabus Philosophy

Part – A (40 Marks)
1. Definition of Philosophy – Different branches of Philosophy Introduction to Greek Philosophy
2. Characteristics of Indian Philosophy – Vedas, Upanishads and Bhagvad Gita. 3. Definition,
nature and scope of Ethics. Moral concepts – Relation of Ethics to Religion and Politics. 4.
Definition, scope and value of logic – knowledge and its sources – Forms of knowledge – The uses
of logic.
Part – B (60 Marks)
1. Problem of substance –problem of Being and Becoming sophists – Socrates and his method – Plato and his theory of ideas – Aristotle and his theory of causation. 2. Modern Western
Philosophy – Rationalism of Descartes, Spinoze and Leibnitz. Empiricism of Locke, Berkeley and
Hume. Synthesis of rationalism and empiricism in Kant. 3. Hegal’s Dialectical method. Marxian
approach to History. Existentialism – Linguistic analysis and Pragmatism.4. Carvaka Philosophy,
Buddhism and Jainism. Sankhya and Yoga School of Thought 5. Nyaya and Vaisesika’s theory
of knowledge. Mimamas and Vedanta School of Philosophy 6. Ethics of Bhagavad Gita – Ashramadharmas – Doctrine of Purusharthas – Ethics of Gandhi – Concept of Ahimsa and

OUCET Syllabus  2022-19 – Political Science

Part-A: (40 Marks)
Political Thought:1. Ancient Indian Political Thought: a) Sources of Ancient Indian Political
Thought b) Manu: Varnadharma and Dandaneeti c) Kautilya: State and Society d) Goutama
Budha: Dharma and Sangha. 2. Modern Indian Political Thought: a) Gandhi: Ahimsa and
Satyagraha b) Nehru: Democratic Socialism c) Ambedkar: Annihilation of Caste d) M.N. Roy:
Radical Humanism. 3. Western Political Thought: Plato, Aristotle, St. Thomas Aquinas,
Machiavelli, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, J.J Rousseau, Jermy Benthom, J.S. Mill, Hegel, Marx
and Gramsci. International Relations: 1) International Relations: Evolution, Nature, Scope and
Significance. 2) History of International Relations: Rise of Sovereign Nation State System. First
World War, Second World War – Impact on International Relations. 3) Concepts of International
Relations: Power – Elements of National Power, Cold War, Super Power, Regional Power,
Unilateral Hegemony – Uni- Polarity, Bipolarity, Multipolarity & Security. 4) International
Political Economy: i) Historical Overview: Colonialism, Decolonisation, Developing Nations and
problems. ii) International Financial Institutions: World Bank, WTO Functions and Role iii)
Globalisation and its Impact on Developing Nations. 5) International organizations: United
Nations, Structure and Role, Need for revision of the charter, Regional Organisations, European
Union, SAARC and ASEAN. 6) International Security: Arms Race,Arms Control and
Disarmament, Issues in Nuclear Politics. 7) Foreign Policy: India’s Foreign Policy, Determinants
and Features, Non-Alignment, Evaluation and Relevance – Recent Trends. 8) Contemporary
Issues in International Relations: Environment, Human Rights and Terrorism.
Part-B : (60 Marks):
Political Science Concepts, Theories and Institutions:
1. Introduction: Definition, Scope and Importance of Political Science. 2. Approaches to the
Study of Political Science: Liberal and Marxist. 3. State: Nation and Civil Society. 4.
Sovereignty: Monism and Pluralism. 5. Theories of Origin of the State: Social Contact and
Evolutionary (Historical). 6. Concepts: a) Law: Sources of Law and Concepts of Rule of Law. B)
Liberty and Equality – Their Relationship. C) Theories and kinds of Rights; Human Rights. d)
Power and Authority. 7. Ideologies: Individualism, Anarchism, Fascism and Socialism. 8. Forms
of Government: a) Democracy: Direct (Direct and Democratic Devices) and Indirect. b) Unitary
and Federal c) Parliamentary and Presidential 9. Theory of Separation of Powers: 10. Organs
of Government: a) Legislature: (i) Unicameral and Bi-cameral (ii) Powers and Functions b)
Executive: (i) Powers and Functions c) Judiciary: (i) Powers and Functions (ii) Independence of
Judiciary and Judicial Review. Indian Government and Politics: 1.Salient Features of Indian
Constitution: A Comparative Perspective with the Constitutions of UK, USA and Switzerland
2.Evolution of Indian Constitution – Nationalist Movement and Philosophical Foundations
3.Indian Federation – Centre – State Relations – Recent Trends 4.Fundamental Rights and
Duties, Constitutional Remedies with special reference to writs – Directive Principles of State
Policy 5.President – Election, Powers and Functions – Prime Minister and Council of Ministers
6.Parliament-Composition, Powers and Functions 7.Judiciary-Supreme Court, Composition,
Powers, Functions and Judicial Review – Judicial Activism 8.Party System: National and
Regional Parties; Coalitional Politics 9.Election Commission – Electoral Reforms and Voting
behaviour 10.State Government – Governor, Chief Minister and Council of Ministers- Powers and
Functions 11.Social and Economic Factors – Language, Religion, Caste and Regional Identities
12.Social Movements: Agrarian, Working Class, Women, Tribal, Dalit and Environmental
13.Challenges to National Integration – Communalism and Terrorism 14.Local Government
Institutions – 73rd & 74th Constitutional Amendments.

OUCET 2022 Syllabus  – Psychology

Part – A (40 Marks)
1. Introduction: The Nature of Modern Psychology-psychological conception of Man-Branches of
Psychology. Methods of Psychology-Experimental method, observation of method, case study method;
survey method. 2. Biological basis of behaviour: (a) Nervous system and its organization – The structure
of neuron-Central nervous system-Brain and Spinal Cord-Localization of Brain functions-Autonomic
nervous systems (b) Harmonal basis of behaviour-The major endocrine glands and their functions;
Mechanisms of heredity-Chromosomes and genes. Influence of heredity and environment on behaviour.
3. Sensation and perception (a) Sensory processes – vision, audition, Chemical senses, sense of
equilibrium and kinesthetic sense (b) Perceptual processes: Principles of perceptual organization- Attention and perception-perception of space, perception of Movement-Perceptual constancies Illusions.
4. Motivation: Psychological motives-psycho social motives – unconscious motivation – Maslow’s theory
of motivation. 5. Emotion: Primary emotions-Development of emotions – Psychological changes in
emotion-Theories of emotions-James-Lange, Cannon-Bard and Schachter. 6. Learning: Conditioning- Classical conditioning and operant conditioning-Cognitive learning-Motivation and learning-Transfer of
training. 7. Memory and Forgetting: Kinds of retention-Retrieval processs-Nature of forgetting-Improving
memory. 8. Thinking: Concept formation-Reasoning: problem-solving-creative thinking. 9. Development
of Behaviour: Principles of development-stages in development-developmental tasks. 10. Intelligence
and Aptitude: Nature of Intelligence-Measurement of intelligence-Distribution of Intelligence-genetic
basis of Intelligence-Theories of Intelligence-Sp; earman, Thurstone-Guilford-Aptitude-Aptitude tests.
Part – B (60 Marks)
1. Personality: Approaches to the study of personality-Psychoanalytic – Behavioristic –Humanistic-Trait
factor approach – Personality assessment. 2. Psychology of Adjustment: Dynamics of Adjustment- Conflict-Frustration-Anxiety – Defense Mechanisms. 3. Abnormal Behaviour: Neurotic Reactions:
Anxiety reactions-Obsessive and compulsive reactions Phobias – Dissocitive reactions conversion
reactions – Neurotic Depression. 4. Abnormal Behaviour, Psychotic reactions: Schizophrenia, Manic- depressive Psychosis, organic and toxic psychosis. 5. Applications of Psychology-Educational
Psychology, Clinical, organizational Psychology. 6. Altered states of consciousness: Sleeping and
dreaming-Hypnosis-Meditation –Drug induced states. 7. Elementary Statistics: Frequency distribution- Measures of Central tendency-Measures of variability-Coefficient of Correlation. 8. Nature of scope of
Social psychology, Relation to General Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology, Methods of Social
Psychology. 9. Socialization: Some common features of all Societies-The Transformation of non-social
neonate into social adult; problems involved in Socialization. 10. Social norms, roles and status:
Features of Social norms – formation of norms. Social role-Features-Social status, Social perception. 11.
Communication: Nature of Communication-Communication-process-Communication among animals,
Mass media communication. 12. Social motivation and Social incentives. Social drives, Need for
affection. Dependences, aggression, self assertion, achievement motive, Social incentives-Rewards and
punishment. 13. Social attitudes: Importance of social attitudes-Distinctive features of social attitudes- Formation of attitude, Measurement; method of equal appearing intervals-Likert method of summated
ratings-Method of social distance. 14. Public Opinion: Basis steps in opinion formation-Guaging public
opinion-Analysis of editorials: letters to the editors etc. 15. Propagandas propaganda and education;
propaganda and suggestion, techniques of propaganda. 16. Prejudice: Stereotypes and social distance- Growth of Prejudice; Methods of reducing prejudice. 17. Collective behaviour: Crowds; Blumer’s
classification-Brown’s classification-a Mobs and audience. Characteristic of Mob behaviour-varying
thresholds of mob behaviour, kinds of mobs. Audience, other mass phenomena Rumours and mass
hysteria. 18. Kinds and formation of groups. Kind of groups: Primary and Secondary, formal and
informal, In groups and out-groups. Memberships groups and reference groups. Essential properties of
small information groups. Group dynamics. 19. Leadership Types of leaders. An experimental study of
leadership-Important kinds of leadership-Authoritative and democratic leadership; Theories of
leadership-Trait theories, Behavioristic Theories; Contingency theories.

OUCET 2022 Syllabus – Public Administration

Part-A (40 Marks)
I: Human Resources Management:
1. Meaning, Nature, Scope and Significance of Human Resource Management
2. Human Resource Strategy and Planning
3. Recruitment, Selection, Appointment and Promotion
4. Pay – Components, principles of Pay & Pay Commissions
II: Capacity Building:
5. Performance Appraisal – Rewards and Incentives Management
6. Human Resource Development-Concept of HRD; Training-Objectives, Types, Evaluation
7. Employee Capacity Building Strategies and Total Quality Management
8. Human Resource Management Effectiveness and Human Resource Audit
9. Issues in HRM-Downsizing, Outsourcing, Consultancies
III: Financial Management:
10. Meaning, Scope and Importance of Financial Management
11. Budget-Concept, Principles of Budgeting; Preparation. Enactment and Execution
12. Organization and functions of the finance Ministry
13. Union-State Financial relations and the role of the Finance Commission
14. Parliamentary Financial Committees-Public Accounts Committee, Estimates Committee
and Committee on Public Undertakings and Comptroller and Auditor General of India
IV: Materials Management:
15. Procurement
16. Storage and Distribution
17. Logistics Management
Part-B (60 Marks)
I. Introduction:
1. Meaning, Nature, Scope and importance of Public Administration
2. State and Evolution of Public Administration
3. Relationships with other Social Sciences: With special reference to Political Science,
Economics, Sociology, Psychology
4. Politics & Administration Dichotomy – Woodrow Wilson and F.J. Goodnow
II. Theories and Approaches:
5. Classical Approach: Henri Fayol, Gulick and Urwick
6. Scientific Management Approach: Taylor
7. Bureaucratic Approach: Max Weber and Karl Marx
8. Human Relations Approach-Elton Mayo
9. Behavioural Approach-Herbert Simon
10. Socio-Psychological Approach: Hierarchy of Needs: Abraham Maslow; Theory X and
Theory Y: Doglas Mc Gregor
11. Ecological Approach: Riggs
III. Concepts and Principles of Public Administration:
12. Administrative Planning
13. Leadership and Supervision
14. Communication and Public Relations
IV. Emerging Trends:
15. New Public Administration : Minnowbrook I & II
16. Public Administration and Public Policy
17. New Public Management
18. Governance
19. Public Administration in the context of Globalization, Privatization and Liberalization
20. Post Modern Public Administration
I. Historical Background:
1. Evolution of Indian Administration – Ancient, Medieval and British Periods Continuity
and Change in Indian Administration after Independence
2. Context of Indian Administration-Social, Economic and Political
II. Central Administration:
3. Union Government and Administration-President, Prime Minister, Council of
Ministers, Central Secretariat, Cabinet Secretariat, Cabinet Committees and Prime
Minister Office
4. Union and State Relations and Agencies-Administrative Relations-Inter State Council,
Finance Commission, All India Services. Planning Commission, National Development
5. Public Enterprises in India: a) Forms of Public Enterprises: b) Privatization and Disinvestment
III. State and District Administration:
6. State Government and Administration: Governor, Chief Minister, Council of Ministers,
Secretariat & Directorates, General Administration Department and Chief Secretary. 7. District Administration: Changing Role of District Collector, Mandal and Village
Administration in Andhra Pradesh.
8. Local Governments – Rural and Urban – Structure and functions – 73rd and 74th
Constitutional amendments.
IV. Administrative Accountability:
9. Control over Administration:
a. Legislative and Judicial Control
b. Lok Pal, Lokayukta and Central Vigilance Commission
c. Consumer Protection Forums
d. Right to Information Act (RTI)
e. National and State Human Rights Commissions
10. Administration of Welfare Programmes for Weaker Sections-SCs, STs, BCs Women and
V. Emerging Issues:
11. Administrative Reforms, Recommendations of important Commissions and Second ARC.
12. Mechanisms for Disaster Management
13. Governance and e-Governance Applications in Indian Administration
14. Public Private Partnerships and Voluntary Sector

Osmania University Common Entrance Test – Sanskrit

Part A ( 40 marks)
Declensions: Marking the correct declensional form as indicated, Marking the correct Vibhakti as indicated, Conjugation: Marking the correct Tinganta verbal forms, Marking the correct lakara-tense and mood. Samasas – Compounds: Marking the correct vigrahvakya, Marking the correct samasas against given vigrahavakya.
Part-B: (60 Marks)
Sandhis: Joining the words, Disjoin the sandhis, Kridantas: Marking the correct Kridanta form, Alankaras: Identify alankara, Define alankara. History of Literature: Identifying the poet, identifying the text.

Osmania University CET Syllabus – Sociology

Part-A: (40 Marks)
Principles of Sociology: Sociology-Definition, Nature and Scope-Its relation to the other Social
Sciences-Economics, Psychology, Anthropology, History and Political Science. A brief
introduction-Auguste Comte, Herbert Spencer, Durkheim, Weber and Karl Marx. Human societyIts
nature, characteristics and functions-Individual and society-Socialization, its meaning- process and agencies-theories of Socialization-Cooley, Mead and Frued-Culture and personality;
Social structure and organization: Social groups, (Primary & Secondary, Formal & Informal, In
and out groups); Institutions, Associations and Communities, Role, Status, Norms, Values,
Power and Authority; Social disorganization and social control-Agencies of Social control;
Heredity and environment-their influence on the individual-Nature and social selection and
social heritage; Social Interaction-Associative and Disassociative Social Processes, Cooperation,
Accommodation, Assimilation, Acculturation and Integration and Competition and Conflict;
Forms and functions of Social Stratification-Caste, Class and Status groups.
Indian Society: Indian Society-Racial, Linguistic, Culture and religious divisions; Hindu forms of
Marriage, Nature of Family-Status of Women in Hindu Society; Social Organization of Minorities- Muslims, Christians and others-their marriage and family patterns; Indian Tribes-Major forms of
their social and religious organizations-Clan, Kinship, Marriage, Family: Social problems- Casteism, Untouchability, Dowry, Poverty, Unemployment, Beggary, Crime, Delinquency,
Prostitution, Alcoholism and Communal tensions, Child Labour, Environmental problems and
violence against women; Social change in modern India-Sanskritization, Westernization and
Part-B: (60 Marks)
Social Anthropology: Definition and Meaning of Anthropology, Nature and Scope of
Anthropology, Divisions of Anthropology and their relationship, Social Anthropology-Definition,
Nature, Scope and its relationship with other Social Sciences; Definition and concept of Culture,
Characteristics of Tribal Society, Difference between Tribal and Non-Tribal Societies; Family,
Marriage and Kinship: Definition, Characteristics and functions, Ways of acquiring mates and
forms of Marriage; Definition, Characteristics and functions of family. Types of Family; Definition
of kinship and Kinship Terminology: Kinship group lineage, Clan, phratry and Moiety; Tribal
Economy: General features of Tribal Economy. Forms of Tribal Economy, Reciprocity,
Redistribution and Exchange; Political Organization: General features of Tribal Polity. Forms of
Tribal Political Organization. Tribal law and Justice; Religious Organization: Definition, Forms
and Functions of Religion. Definition, Forms and Functions of Magic. Relationship between
Religion, Magic and science. Tribes of India: Geographical distribution of Tribes in India. Racial
and Linguistic classification of Indian Tribes Socio-Economic features of Indian Tribes; Tribal
welfare: Culture contract and Allied problems. Policy towards tribes in Pre-independent Indian
Constitutional safeguards for tribes. Tribes in Andhra Pradesh–A board outline. Tribal
Development in India and Andhra Pradesh.

OUCET Telugu Syllabus 2022 PDF

OUCET Syllabus 2022 – Theatre Arts

Part A (40 marks)
World Theatre – History and Development of World Theatre (Greek, Britain, German, France, Japan, Russian, Poland, American), Sanskrit Theatre – The History of Sanskrit Theatre, Major Playwrights and their contribution
Part B (60 Marks)
Folk Theatre Forms of Andhra Pradesh – Major and Marginal folk forms of AP with special reference to Veedhi Natakam, Burra Katha, Oggu Katha and Puppetry, Telugu Theatre: History and development of Telugu Theatre (1860 to up to date) – Major Playwrights, Plays, Associations, Actors, Directors and their contribution, Origin of Telugu Theatre, Padya Natakam (Musical Theatre), Modern Telugu Theatre and Modern Street Theatre, Indian Theatre

OUCET 2022 Syllabus – Urdu

35. URDU
PART–A (40 Marks)
1. TAWHEED By Nazeer Akbarabadi
2. MUSTAQBIL By Akber Allahabadi
3. FUNOON-E-LATIFA By Allama Iqbal
4. BAARISH By Zafar Ali Khan
5. PREET KA GEET By Hafeez Jalandhari
6. AAY SHAREEF INSAANAU By Sahir Ludhyanavi
7. AB KE BARAS By Shaaz Tamkanat
1. HIKAYAAT By Mazhar Ali Vila – Chand Muntaqab Hikayat
2. DRAMA By Imtiaz Ali Taaj & Begum Qudsia Zaida- Talash
3. SAFARNAMA By Saleha Abed Hussain – Hindustan Jannat Nishan
4. SWANEH By Khaja Altaf Hussain Hali-Mirza Ghalib Ke Aqlaq-o-Adab
5. INSHAIYA By Mushtaq Ahmed Yousufi – Padhye Gar Beemr
6. AFSANA By Qur-atul-ain Hyder-Yeh Ghazi yeh-tere purasrar Bande
7. KHAKA By Mujtaba Hussain-Sulaiman Areeb.
Selected two Ghazals of every poet like Quli Qutub Shah-Wali Deccani Siraj
Aurangabadi – Meer Taqi Meer, Hyder Ali Aatish-Mirza Ghalib-Khaja Altaf Hussain Hali- Maqboom Mohiuddin.
1. QULI QUTUB SHAH 1. Suno Aaqilan Sab Ke Dunai Hai Fani
2. Meri Sanwli manki piyari dise
2. WALIDECCANI 1. Pi ke hote Na Kar Too Mah Ki Sana
2. Sajan ke bad Aalam mein Dagar nain.
3. SIRAJ AURANGABADI 1. Mujhku Ek dam kharar Nain Hargis
2. Jo Tere gham ki Tamanna Na Kiya
4. MEER TAQI MEER 1. Koei Nahin Jahan Mein Jo Andhogeen nahin
2. Hum se tuk Aage Zaman-e-mein Huwa Kya Kya Kuch
5. HYDER ALI AATISH 1. Soon To Sahi Jahan Mein Hai Tera Fasana Kya
2. Khusha wa dil ke ho jis dil mein Aarzoo Teri
6. MIRZA GHALIB 1. Koyi Din Gar Zindagani Aur hai
2. Koi ko deke dil koi Nawasaje Fughan Kyun Ho
7. KHAJA ALTAF HUSSAIN 1. Mujhe-wo Taab-e Zabt-e-shikyat kahan Hai
HALI 2. Dekhna Her Tarafna Majlis main
8. MAQDOOM MOHIUDDIN 1. Aap ki Yaad Aati Rahi Raat bhar
2. Zindagi Moutiyoun ki Dhalakti ladi
PART–B (60 Marks)
1. MASNAVI – Aman Nama by Jaan Nisar Akhtar.
2. QASIDA – Dar Shan-e-Hameedud Dawla by Zauq Dehelvi
3. MARISA – Garmi Ka Saman by meer Anees
4. RUBAIYAT 1. Anees – Pursan Kue Kab Jawhar – e – Zati Ka hai
Anees-Duniya bhi Ajab Saray – e – Fani Dekhi
2. Hali – Duniya – e – Duniko Naqshe Fani Samjho
Hali – Yaro Nahin Waqt Aaram ka Yeh
3. Rawan – Iflas accha Na Fikr – e – Daulat acchi
Rawan – Aazad Zameer Huwa Fakhiri Yeh Hai
4. Amjad – Koshish hai apni Tamam Sataesh ke liye
Amjad – Kam Zarf Agar daulat – o – Zar Pata hai
5. QATAAT 1. Akbar Allahabadi – Chod literature ko apni history ko bhool Ja
2. Allama Iqbal–Andaz–e–Bayan Gar che bohoot shookh Nahin hai
1. DAASTAN – Intequab – e- Sabras by Mulla Wajhi (Selected from “Sabras”)
2. NOVEL – Nasooh ki Saleem Se Guftagoo by Deputy Nazeer Ahmed
(Selected from “Taubatun Nasooh”)
3. INSHAIYA – Zauqu-e-chai Noshi-By Maulana Azad(Selected form
4. KHUTOOT – Two Letters by Safia Akhtar (Selected from “Zere – Lab”)
5. MAZMOON- Qadeem Urdu Mein Natural Shaeri – By Naseeruddin Hashmi
(Selected From “Qadeem Deccani ke Chand Tah queeqi mazameen”)
6. SATIRE – Murda Badast Zinda – By Mirza Farhatulla Baig (Selected from
Mazameen – e – Farath part II).
7. REPORTAZ – Kulhind Conference By Izhar Asar.
MA Applied Economics ( 5-year-Integrated programme)
Duration of the test: 2 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Part – A: (Mathematics – School Level only) : (40 Questions – 40 Marks)
Part – B: (General English – School Level only) : (15 Questions – 15 Marks)
Part – C: (General Knowledge-Intermediate Level) : (15 Questions – 15 Marks)
Part – D: (Current Affairs-Intermediate Level) : (15 Questions – 15 Marks)
Part – E: (General Economic Problems & Concepts-Intermediate Level):
: (15 Questions – 15

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