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SCHEME AND SYLLABUS FOR LIMITED DEPTT.

EXAMINATION TO
THE POST OF VICE-PRINCIPAL, PGT, TGT, HM, SECTION OFFICER
AND UDC FOR THE YEAR 2012-13 AND 2013-14
1. For the post of HM, interview will also be conducted so as to keep
the weightage of 80% to the written examination and 20% to the
interview.
2. Paper will be Objective type carrying 150 marks of 2 and hour
duration.
3. There will be no penalty for wrong answer.
I. VICE-PRINCIPAL
S.
No
1
2
3
4

II.

Test name
Academics(Educational
aspects)
Administration
Finance
General
Aptitude
( General Knowledge 6
Ques, Reasoning ( only
verbal
)
8Ques,
Quantitative
Aptitude
8Ques, English 8 ques.)
TOTAL

No.
of Max
ques
Marks
50
50
40
30
30

40
30
30

150

150

Time
Composi
te time
of 2 hrs
and
30
minutes

Head Master/Mistress
S.
No
1
2

Test name
Academics(Educational
aspects)
General
Aptitude
( General Knowledge 6
Ques, Reasoning ( only
verbal
)
8Ques,
Quantitative
Aptitude
8Ques, English 8 ques.)
TOTAL

No.
of Max
ques
Marks
120
120
30

30

150

150

Time
Composi
te time
of 2 hrs
and
30
minutes

III. POST GRADUATE TEACHER( Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths, History,


Economics & Geograpgy)

S. Test name
No.
of Max
No
ques
Marks
1
Subject Competency
50
100
2
Academics( Educational
20
20
Aspects)
3
General
Aptitude
30
30
( General Knowledge 6
Ques, Reasoning ( only
verbal
)
8Ques,
Quantitative
Aptitude
8Ques, English 8 ques.)
TOTAL
100
150

Time
Composi
te time
of 2 hrs
and
30
minutes

IV. POST GRADUATE TEACHER ( Hindi & English)


S.
No
1
2
3
2
3

Test name

No.
of Max
ques
Marks
Subject Competency
35
70
Reading Comprehension
05
10
Grammar and Usage
10
20
Academics( Educational
20
20
Aspects)
General
Aptitude
30
30
( General Knowledge 6
Ques, Reasoning ( only
verbal
)
8Ques,
Quantitative
Aptitude
8Ques, English 8 ques.)
TOTAL
100
150

Time
Composi
te time
of 2 hrs
and
30
minutes

V. TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHER( MATHS, SCIENCE & SOCIAL


STUDIES)
S.
No
1
2
3

Test name

No. of Max
ques
Marks
Subject Competency
50
100
Academics(
Educational
20
20
Aspects)
General
Aptitude
30
30
( General Knowledge 6
Ques, Reasoning (only
verbal)
8Ques,
Quantitative
Aptitude
8Ques, English 8 ques.)
TOTAL
100
150

Time
Composi
te time
of 2 hrs
and
30
minutes

VI. TRAINED GRADUATE TEACHER ( Hindi, Sanskrit & English)


S.
No
1
2
3
2
3

Test name

No.
of Max
ques
Marks
Subject Competency
35
70
Reading Comprehension
05
10
Grammar and Usage
10
20
Academics( Educational
20
20
Aspects)
General
Aptitude
30
30
( General Knowledge 6
Ques, Reasoning ( only
verbal
)
8Ques,
Quantitative
Aptitude
8Ques, English 8 ques.)
TOTAL
100
150

Time
Composi
te time
of 2 hrs
and
30
minutes

Post

Job Description

Knowledge/Areas/Skill
tested

VicePrincipa
l

The Vice-Principal shall work


under the overall guidance of
the Principal and will attend to
whatever duties are specially
assigned to him by the
Principal, some of which could
be as follows:

A: Academics - 50 marks

1. To assist the Principal in


matter
of academic coordination, preparation of
school
time-table,
coordination
of
Subject
Committee
meetings,
security of pupils written
work
and
home
assignments, co-ordination
of the school examinations
and timely dispatch
of
progress cards of students to
parents, etc.

to

be

Knowledge on Pedagogy
Teaching methodology
Basics of ICT
Educational psychology
Instructional leadership
Assessment and other related
issues.
Subject
area on academic
policies
of
KVS,
School
Management
Educational
Administration monitoring and
reporting
Innovations and experiments.
Planning
supervision
&
reporting etc.
Admission Guidelines
Rules of Examination and
Promotion
Scheme of Studies and
Syllabus

2.

To organize various co- Academic Supervision.


curricular activities of the Health and Physical Education
school including games and General Provisions for schools
physical education.
Right to Education Act 2009

and organize B: Administration 40 marks


the institution
school library, Leave rules
teaching aids, Conduct rules and
Disciplinary Rules etc.
Duties and Powers of Officers
4. To assist the Principal in the of the Sangathan and the
purchase
of
book
and Principals
journals of library and
Vidyalaya
Management
suitable
equipment
for Committee
laboratories.
Code of Conduct
Discipline
5. To look after the physical Transfer Guidelines
upkeep and cleanliness of Right to Information Act 2005
the school
and proper
maintenance of property and C: Finance 30 marks
stock. Assist the Principal
in
conducting
physical Sanction of advances
verification
of
school Purchase procedure etc.
property
and
device Terms and conditions of
procedures for its careful Service of
and proper maintenance.
Employees
3.

To develop
resources of
such as the
laboratories,
etc.

6. To exercise certain specific


administrative
powers
assigned to him when the
Principal is either on leave
or away from the Vidyalaya
on duty.

General
Structure
and
Principles of Accounts and
Principals
Duties
and
Responsibilities and concerning
Accounts and powers
Bank Account and its
operations and Maintenance of
Cash Book.
General Rules of Payment of
claims and Accounting.

Service Book and Leave


Accounts.
Pension Scheme
Procedure for purchases.
Storing of articles, Stock
taking and Writing off of Losses

of Stores
Vidyalaya Vikas Nidhi
Internal Audit of Vidyalaya
Accounts.
D. Objective type- 30 marks
Language, General Knowledge,
Quantitative
Aptitude
and
Reasoning
(Besides testing the conceptual
clarity, the paper may also test
the
analytical
skills
and
attitude.)
TOTAL : 150 MARKS

Post

Job Description

Knowledge/Areas/Skill to be
tested

The Headmaster will be


Head
Master/ responsible for running
Mistress primary section under the
overall guidance of the
Principal and perform the
under mentioned duties:

A.Common Areas : 120 marks


General Studies & Pedagogy
Child Psychology
Use of ICT in planning,
Teaching, Learning Process,
Evaluation etc.

Human
Resource
Management
Supervision

Monitoring
tools
&
Techniques
Innovation & Experiments.
Issues related to School
Management and Educational
Administration.
Admission Guidelines
Code of Conduct
Rules for Examination and
Promotion for Primary classes
Scheme of Studies and
Syllabus for Primary classes.
Academic supervision

Health
and
Physical
Education.

1.

To function as a
Supervisor
of
the
Primary Department.

2.

To help and guide the


Primary Teachers.

3. To organize workshops
for
the
Primary
Teachers for curriculum
and syllabi in use, with
a view of analyzing the
objectives of teaching of
various
topics
and
adopting
the
instructional
programmes suitable to
them.
4.

B.Objective type- 30 marks


To ensure that the Language, General Knowledge,
teachers diaries are Quantitative
Aptitude
and
maintained properly.
Reasoning

5. To ensure that lesson (Besides testing the conceptual


plans/ unit plans are clarity, the paper may also test
prepared regularly.
the analytical skills and attitude
of the teacher.)
TOTAL MARKS : 150

Post

Job Description

PGT

1. To teach particular A. SUBJECT


subject
100 marks
2.

Knowledge/Areas/Skill to be
tested
COMPETENCY-

To
assist
the Subject topics as per enclosure.
Principal/VicePrincipal
B. Other Areas: 20 MARKS

3. To help children for Pedagogy


holistic
Teaching methodology
development
Basics of ICT and
Educational psychology

Instructional
leadership
assessment & other related
issues.
Admission Guidelines
Code of Conduct
Rules for Examination and
Promotion
Scheme of Studies and
Syllabus .
Academic supervision

Health
and
Physical
Education.
C. Objective type- 30 marks
Language, General Knowledge,
Quantitative
Aptitude
and
Reasoning
The paper besides testing the
conceptual knowledge may also
test the analytical skill of the
teachers through small cases
(case letters) and situational
question. Main focus will be on
the subject competency of the
concerned subject.

TOTAL MARKS : 150

Subject
S. No.
1
PGT(Biology)

TOPICS

Structural organization in animals


and plants
Structure and Function
Plant Physiology
Human Physiology
Sexual Reproduction
Genetics & Evolution
Biology and Human welfare
Biotechnology & its applications
Ecology & Environment

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
XI
XI
XI
XI
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes XI & XII.

S. No.
2

Subject
PGT ()

TOPICS
-









,
-
,

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
XI
XI
XI
XI
XI
XI
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes XI & XII.

S.

Subject

TOPICS

DIFFICULTY

No.
3

PGT(Economics
)

LEVEL( Classes)
Statistical Tools and Interpretation
XI
Economic Reforms since 1991
Current Challenges facing Indian
Economy
Collection, collection of data
sources of data-primary and
Organization and secondary; how
basic data is collected; methods
presentation of data of collecting
data
Statistical tools Measures of
Central Tendency-mean
Economic reforms Need & main
features-liberalization,
globalization
Producer Behaviour and supply
Forms of Market and Price
Determination
National Income and Related
Aggregates
Money and Banking
Government Budget and the
Economy

XI
XI
XI

XI
XI
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes XI & XII.

S. No.

Subject

TOPICS

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)

PGT(English)

The Portrait of a lady


Albert Einstein at school
The voice of the Rain( Poem)
The Ailing Planet
The Green Movement Role
The Adventure
Father to son ( POEM)
Poem My Mother At sixty six
The Interview
A thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever
Going Places

XI
XI
XI
XI
XI
XI
XI
XII
XII
XII
XII

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes XI & XII.

S.
No.
5

Subject

TOPICS

PGT(Geography The Earth


)
Landforms
Climate ( World)

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
XI
XI
XI

Water
Soils
Natural Hazards and Disasters
The World Population, Distri
Density & Growth
Population Composition
Human Activities
Transport & Communication
International Trade
Human Settlements
Mineral and Power Resources
Manufacturing Industries
Planning and sustainable
development in Indian context
International Trade
Geographical perspective on
selected issues and problems

XI
XI
XI
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes XI & XII.

S. No.
6

Subject
PGT(Maths)

TOPICS
Principle of Mathematical
Inductions
Straight Lines
Mathematical Reasoning
Inverse Trignometric Functions
Determinants
Continuity and Differentiability
Integrals
Linear Programming

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
XI
XI
XI
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII

Probability

XII

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes XI & XII.

S.
No.
7

Subject

TOPICS

PGT(Chemistry Structure of Atom


)
Classification of Elements and
Periodicity in Properties
Chemical Bonding and Molecular
Structure
Chemical Thermodynamics
Block Elements ( Alkali and
Alkaline Metals)
Environmental Chemistry
Electrochemistry
Chemical Kinetics

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
XI
XI
XI
XI
XI
XI
XII
XII

General Principles and Processes


of Isolation
d and f Block elements
Aldehydes, Ketones and
Carboxylic Acids
Biomolecules
Chemistry in Everyday life

XII
XII
XII
XII
XII

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes XI & XII.

S. No.
8

Subject
PGT(Physics)

TOPICS
Kinematics
Laws of Motion
Properties of Bulk Matter
Oscillations & waves
Magnetic effect and current
Magnetic Effect of current and
Magnetism
Electromagnetic Induction and
Alternating
Optics
Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
Atoms & Nuclei

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
XI
XI
XI
XI
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes XI & XII.

S. No.
9

Subject
PGT(History)

TOPICS
An Empire across three continents
Central Islamic Lands
Nomadic Empires
Changing cultural traditions
Confrontation of Cultures
The Industrial Revolution
Displacing Indigenous people
Paths of Modernization
The Story of the First Cities:
Harappan Archaeology
Using the Mahabharata
A History of Buddhism : Sanchi
Stupa
The Mughal Court: Reconstructing
Histories through Chronicles
New Architecture: Hampi
Medieval Society through Travellers

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
XI
XI
XI
XI
XI
XI
XI
XI
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII
XII

Representations of 1857
Mahatma Gandhi through
Contemporary Eyes
Partition through Oral Sources
The Making of the Constitution

XII
XII
XII
XII

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes XI & XII.

Post

Job Description

TGT

1. To teach particular A. SUBJECT COMPETENCYsubject


100 marks
2.

To
assist
Principal/VicePrincipal

Knowledge/Areas/Skill to be
tested

the Subject
topics
enclosure.

B.
3. To help children for
holistic development

as

per

Other Areas:120 MARKS

Pedagogy
Teaching methodology
Basics of ICT and
Educational psychology
Code of conduct
Rules of Examination &
Promotion
Scheme of Studies &
Syllabus
C. Objective type- 30 marks

Language, General Knowledge,


Mathematics and Reasoning
The paper besides testing the
conceptual knowledge may
also test the analytical skill of
the teachers through small
cases
(case
letters)
and
situational question.
Main
focus will be on the subject
competency of the concerned
subject.
TOTAL MARKS : 150

S. No. Subject
1

TGT(Maths)

TOPICS
Whole Numbers
Integers
Data handling
Algebra
Ratio & Proportions
Fractions
Decimals
Practical Geometry
Lines and angles
Fractions & Decimals
Traingles and its properties
Rational Numbers
Congruence of triangles
Algebraic expressions
Perimeter & Area
Rational Numbers
Linear Equations

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VIII
VIII

Sqaure and square roots


Cubes and Cube roots
Comparing quantities
Visualising Solid shapes
Factorisation
Playing with numbers
Algebra Polynomials
Introduction to Euclids Geometry,
Lines & Angles, Traingles
Mensuration
Quadrilaterals, Area, Circles,
Constructions
Statistics and Probability Statistics,
Probability
Number systems Real Numbers
Polynomials, Pair of Linear
Equations in two variables
Trigonomtry
Coordinate Geometry

VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
IX
IX
IX
IX
IX
X
X
X
X

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes VI to X.

S. No. Subject
2

TGT(Sst)

TOPICS
Solar System ( Geo)
Latitudes and Longitudes(Geo)
Key Elements of the Govt.( Civics)
Panchayti Raj ( Civ)
Ashoka, the emperor who gave up
war( His)
Major land forms ( Geo)
India Climate and Vegetation( Geo)
Inside our Earth
How State Govt. works
Growing up as girls and Boys
Mughal Empire
Understanding advertising
Tribes, nomads and settled
communities
Human environment : tropical and
sub-tropical

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII

The making of regional cultures


Life in desert
Indian constitution
Under standing secularism
Minerals and Power resources
When people Rebel-1857 and after
Judiciary
Understanding our criminal Justice
system
Changing world of Visual Arts
Human resources
India after Independence
Russian Revolution
Forest Society and Colonialism
Sports and politics
India
Wild Life
Population
Designing of democracy in India
Institutions of Parliamentary
democracy
People as Resource
Poverty as a challenge facing India
Common Hazards
Industrialization 1850-1950
Print Culture and nationalization
Nationalism in India
Forest and Wildlife Resources
Manufacturing Industries
Transport, Communication and
Trade
Power sharing mechanism in
Democracy
Outcomes of democracy
The role of Service sector in Indian
Economy
Money and Financial system
Globalization
Safer Construction Practices
Alternate Communication skills

VII
VII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
IX
IX
IX
IX
IX
IX
IX
IX
IX
IX
IX
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes VI to X.

S. No. Subject
3

TGT(Science)

TOPICS
Components of food
Fibre to Fabric
Getting to know plants
Motion and measurement
Electricity and circuits
Fun with magnets
Water
Air
Nutrition in plants
Heat
Physical and chemical changes
Soil
Transportation in animals and plants
Motion and time
Light
Water
Micro organisms

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VIII

Metals and non-metals


Conservation of plants and animals
Structure and function
Reproduction in animals
Reaching the age of adolescence
Friction
Chemical effects of electric current
Light
Stars and the solar system
Pollution of air and water
Basic Unit of life, Tissues
Motion, Force and Newtons laws,
Gravitation
Particle nature, basic units mole
concept: structure of atom
World of living
Magnetic effects of current
Chemical substances
Natural Phenomena
Natural Resources

VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
IX
IX
IX
X
X
X
X
X

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes VI to X.

S. No. Subject
4

TGT(ENG)

TOPICS
Who Did Patricks Home work
Kalpana Chawla( Prose)
The Shepherds Treasure( Suppl.
Rdr. )
A Different kind of School( Prose)
Tansen ( Suppl. Rdr)
The Wonder called sleep( Suppl.
Rdr)
A Game of chance( Prose)
What if( Poem)
The Banyan Tree( Prose)
The three Questions( Prose)
The Rebel( Poem)
The Cop & the Anthem & Golu
Grows a nose
The Ashes that made trees( Prose)
Poem: Trees

DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII

Fan. Supp: Chandni


The Invention of Vita
Supp: A Tiger in the House
Prose: The Story of Cricket I & II
How the Camel got its Hump
The Tsunami
Bepin Choudharys Lapse of
Memory
The Treasure Within
The School Boy
A Visit to Cambridge
Jalebies
On the Grasshopper and Cricket
The Comet-2
How I Taught My Grandmother to
read
The Seven Ages
Villa for sale
Children
Two Gentlemen of Verona
Patol Babu, Film Star
Ozymandias
Snake
Julius Caesar
Education
National Integration

VII
VII
VII
VII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
IX
IX
IX
IX
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes VI to X.
S. No. Subject
5

TGT (Hindi)

TOPICS








DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII





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-
-
-

-

-
-
-

VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
IX
IX
IX
IX
IX
X
X
X
X
X
X

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes VI to X.

S. No.
6

Subject
TGT()

TOPICS
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DIFFICULTY
LEVEL( Classes)
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
VIII
IX
IX
IX
IX
IX
IX
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X

Note: Apart from the above topics subject competency can be tested from other
subject area being taught in classes VI to X.

SCHEME AND SYLLABUS FOR THE POST OF SECTION OFFICER THROUGH


LIMITED DEPTT. EXAMINATION

Subject
Office Procedure &
Office Management (30 marks)

Paper
I
(Objective

Duration
3 Hours

Total
Marks
150 marks

Reasoning Ability (10 marks)

type)

Current Affairs ( 10 marks)


Service Rules ( 100 marks)
General Financial Rules
Travelling Allowanes Rules
Leave Travel Concession
Medical Attendance Rules
Pay-Fixation ( FR &SR)
Leave Rules
Joining Time
CCS(CCA) Rules
CCS(Conduct) Rules
Provident Fund Rules
Reservation Policy

Scheme and Syllabus for the Limited Departmental Examination for the post of UDC
Name of
Post
UDC

Subject
Objective type questions:
(a) General
Awareness/knowledge(10)
(b) General English

Paper
I

Difficulty
level
Sen.
Secondary

Duration Total
marks
2 Hours 100

/General Hindi)(30)
( c) Service Rules(50)
TA/LTC, Medical
Reimbursement, Leave
Rules, Joining time, Office
Management & Procedure
(d) Quantitative
Aptitude(10)