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You can check out the detailed NPSC Syllabus for Common Educational Services Examination here in this page. Direct link to get the PDF of Subject-Wise Syllabus and Exam Pattern for Nagaland PSC CESE Examination 2018 has been provided below.

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Nagaland Public Service Commission Syllabus

Name of the Commission
Nagaland Public Service Commission
Category
NPSC Syllabus 2018
Name of the Examination
Common Educational Services Examination 2018
Posts included
Assistant Professor, Research Associates and others
Last Date to Apply
21-09-2018 till 03:00 PM

Nagaland PSC CESE Syllabus 2018

With the reference to NPSC CESE Exam Syllabus and Pattern, contenders will get to know about the important topics and number of questions from a particular topic to be covered in order to prepare effectively for the concerned Examination. It will guide you to upgrade the performance in the Exam and ultimately qualify for the appointment to corresponding NPSC vacancies.

The examination consists of two papers of 200 marks each. First paper will contain questions from General English & General Knowledge and the second paper will be of any one optional Subject. To grab more details about NPSC Syllabus 2018, go through this complete page which is well made by the team of www.privatejobshub.in

NPSC Syllabus

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NPSC Syllabus English

GROUP A: DESCRIPTVE
Unit 1: POETRY
John Donne: Batter My Heart Three Personed God
William Wordsworth: Tintern Abbey
Robert Browning: My Last Duchess
D.G. Rossetti: The Blessed Damozel
W.B.Yeats: The Second Coming
T.S.Eliot: The Love-song of J.Alfred Prufrock
Ted Hughes: The Thought-Fox
Robert Frost: Mending Wall
Unit II: FICTION
Thomas Hardy: Jude the Obscure
Joseph Conrad: The Heart of Darkness
Chinua Achebe: Arrow of God
Salman Rushdie: Midnight’s Children
Unit III: DRAMA
John Webster: The White Devil
Oscar Wilde: The Importance of Being Earnest
Henrik Ibsen: A Doll’s I-louse
Harold Pinter: The Birthday Party
Unit IV: LITERARY THEORY and CRITICISM
T.S.Eliot: Tradition and the Individual Talent
Derrida: Structure, Sign and Play in the Discourse of the Human Sciences
Elain Showalter: Towards a Feminist Poetics
Ronald Barthes: The death of the Author
Unit V: HISTORICAL and LITERARY TOPICS
Petrarchism and the Sonnet Cycle
The influence of Seneca and Classical dramatic theory
Metaphysical Poetry
Restoration Drama
The Romantic Concept of the imagination
The rise of the periodical essay and the Novel
The Victorian Novel
Absurdism
Feminism
Modernism and Post-modernism
Unit VI: PHONETIC TRANSCRIPTIONS
Unit VII: COPY-EDITING


NPSC Syllabus - HISTORY OF INDIA

Unit-1
Sources of Indian History: Archaeological sources; Literary sources; Foreign accounts.
Pre-history and Proto-history: aleolithic and Mesolithic Cultures; Neolithic Cultures; Harappan Civilization.
Unit-2
Vedic period: Migration, settlements, evolution of social & political institutions, religious and philosophical ideas, rituals and practices.
Period of Mahajanapadas: Formation of States (Mahajanapadas); spread of Jainism and Buddhism.
Unit-3
Mauryan Empire
Post Mauryan Empire: Kushanas, Satavahanas, Sangam Age.
Unit-4: Imperial Guptas and Regional States of India
Guptas, Harshavardhan
Pratiharas, Palas, Rashtrakutas, Pallavas.
Unit-5
Arab invasion of Sindh Bhakti and Sufi Movements
Unit-6
The Delhi Sultanate: Political developments, Administration, Economic aspect and Socio- cultural life.
Unit-7
The Mughals: Political developments, Administration, Economic aspect and Socio- cultural life. (Akbar, Shah Jahan, Aurangzeb etc.)
Unit-8: India in the 17th – 18th Century
Advent of the Europeans, Rise of British power;
Expansion and consolidation (Robert Clive to Dalhousie)
Unit-9: India under the British Crown
Administration, Economic History and Indian Society in transition
Unit-10: Indian National Movement (Origin & Growth)
Popular Resistance to Company’s Rule: Peasant and tribal movements; Moplah rebellion, Indigo riots, etc. Revolt of 1857: Causes, nature and results.
Emergence of organized nationalism: Swadeshi Movement; Moderates – Formation of the INC, programme and plans of INC Extremist and Revolutionaries.
Emerging communal trends: Communalism
Constitutional development upto 1919
Rise of Gandhi and the nature of Gandhian Movements: Kheda, Champaran, Mill workers strike, non-cooperation movement, Civil Disobedience movement
Indian Polity(1939-45) and the Quit India Movement
INA and Subash Chandra Bose
Communal Politics and Partition


NPSC Syllabus – SOCIOLOGY

Unit I: Nature and Origin of Sociology
Subject-matter of Sociology, Sociological perspective, Sociology and its Relationship with other Social Sciences; the Emergence of Sociology – impact of industrial and French Revolution, Development of Sociological Thought in India.
Unit II: Methods of Sociological Research
Scientific method, Research Design, Hypothesis, Sample, Primary and Secondary data, Observation, Interview, Questionnaire and Schedule, Social Survey, Case Study.
Unit III: Pioneering Contributors to Sociology
Auguste Comte: Positivism
Herbert Spencer: Social Darwinism, Super-Organic Evolution
Emile Durkheim: Social Solidarity and Suicide
Max Weber: Authority & Protestant Ethic & the spirit of Capitalism
Karl Marx: Materialist Conception of History and Class Struggle
Unit IV: Basic Concepts
Society, Community, institution, Association, Social Group, Social System, Social Structure, Status and Role, Norms and Values, Social Action, law and Customs, Folkways and Mores.
Unit V Society and Individual
The individual and Society, personality and Socialization, Social Control; culture: Cultural Traits, Acculturation, Diffusion and Variability.
Unit VI: Marriage, family and kinship
Marriage-Types and Forms; Family types, Structure and Function; Changing Structure of Indian Family and Marriage; Kinships-Terms and Usages, rules of Residents, Decent and Inheritance.
Unit VII: Social Stratification and Mobility
Forms and Theories of Social Stratification; Caste, Class and Jajmani System; Vertical and Horizontal Mobility
Unit VIII: Social Change
Factors and Theories of Social Change, Directed and Non-Directed Social Change, Social Policy and Social Development
Unit IX: Society in India
Unity and Diversity, Demographic profile, Rural-Urban Linkages, Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, minorities, Women.
Unit X: Social Problems in India
Gender Inequality, Religious Disharmony, Regional Disparities, Poverty, Corruption, AIDS, Alcoholism, Prostitution, Drug Addiction.

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NPSC Syllabus – EDUCATION

Unit 1:
Meaning, Nature and Aims of Education. Individual and Social Aims. Schools of Philosophy – Idealism and Naturalism. Meaning and Scope of Sociology – Education as an instrument of social change. Education and Culture. Cultural Heritage of India with special reference to Nagaland.
Unit 2:
Meaning and methods of Educational Psychology, Educational Psychology and the Teacher. Spearman and Thurstones’s theory of Intelligence. Characteristics and Development of Creativity. Nature of Learning-Conditioning theories and Insightful learning.
Unit 3:
Principles and factors affecting teaching. Observation of Teacher’s Behaviour. Characteristics of good teacher behaviour. Flander’s Interaction Analysis. Micro and Macro Teaching. Teaching Methods – Lecturer, Programmed Instruction.
Unit 4:
Meaning, Need of Guidance. Functions of Vocational Guidance – Relationship with Educational Guidance. Concept of Counselling, Steps and Techniques. Aims and Objectives of Curriculum. Principles of Curriculum Construction.
Unit 5:
Modern Trends in Education – Lifelong Education, Open Learning System. National Policies on Education 1986, 1992. Functions of DIET, NCERT, NCTE, UGC. National Adult Education Programme, Communitization of Elementary Education in Nagaland, SSA. Population Education, Women Education, National Curriculum Framework, 2005.
Unit 6:
Modern ideas and Development of Education during 19th and 20th century with emphasis to contribution of Gandhi, Tagore, Dewey, Russell. Educational Trends during Renaissance and Reformation period.
Unit 7:
Nature, Needs and Significance of Educational Planning, Strategies and Steps. Simulated and Distance Learning. Systems Approach in Instruction Process, Mass Media Approach, Personalized System, Computer Assisted Instruction.
Unit 8:
Education in Ancient India – Vedic Education, Aims, Process and System. Buddhist Education, Aims and Curriculum. The four Eternal Truths. Salient Features of Islamic Education. Hunter’s Commission 1882. University Education Commission 1902, Calcutta University Education Commission 1917. Hartog Committee Report 1929, Secondary Education Commission 1952, Kothari Commission 1964-66.
Unit 9:
Meaning, Scope of Educational Measurement, concept of Evaluation in education, Difference between Measurement and Evaluation. Characteristics of good Measuring Instrument – Validity, reliability and Objectivity. General Principles of Test Construction and Standardization. Meaning, nature, Scope of Educational Statistics.
Unit 10:
Meaning and scope of Special Education. Role of Rehabilitation Council of India. Educational programme and Placement of Mentally Retarded, Learning Disabled and Gifted Children. Needs and importance of Pre School Education – Objectives and Development. Contribution of Froebel and Montessori. Moral Education inside the School Curriculum.


NPSC Syllabus – PSYCHOLOGY

Unit 1:
Psychology-meaning, nature and scope.
Methods of psychology-observation, interview, case study and experimental method.
Unit 2:
Brain and behaviour
Left and right hemisphere functions
Sensory and motor functions
Heredity and environment
Unit 3:
Learning-classical conditioning
Operant conditioning(Thorndike’s laws)
Cognitive learning
Punishment and reinforcement
Unit 4:
Growth and –principles of development
Stages of development characteristic of infancy, childhood, adolescent stage
Physical, cognitive, socio-emotional development in early, middle and later stages
Unit 5:
Motivation and emotions
Needs, drives, incentives
Functions of emotions
Maslow’s theory of motivation and their applications
Unit 6:
Memory – encoding, storage and retrieval of memory
Factors influencing forgetting, short term and long term memory
Unit 7:
Intelligence and aptitude
Definition and concept. Measurement of intelligence and aptitude
Exceptional intelligence, mental retardation, emotional and artificial intelligence and their applications.
Unit 8:
Personality
Nature. Trait v/s type approach.
Biological and socio-cultural determinants of personality.
Personality assessment technique, objective and projective.
Unit 9:
Guidance and Counselling
Meaning, aims, needs and types
Techniques of guidance-role playing, career counselling, case study, interview.
Areas of counselling – educational, vocational, personal, occupational guidance programme.
Unit 10:
Individual difference and its implications.
Exceptional children-meaning, needs and education of exceptional children
Needs of special education.
Delinquent children-types, characteristics, causes and prevention.


NPSC Syllabus – GEOGRAPHY

INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY: UNIT I
The nature of Geography: Objective and relevance; Place of Geography in the Classification of Sciences; Geography and other discipline.Physical geography: (Geomorphology, Climatology & Oceanography)
GEOMORPHOLOGY (A): UNIT II
The nature and scope of Geography; inter-relation of Geography with other branches of earth sciences, the place of Geomorphology in physical geography.
Seismological evidence for the study of the interior of the earth, Isostasy and an outline of plate tectonics.
GEOMORPHOLOGY (B): UNIT III
Earth movements &orogenic and Eperogenic, Wegener’s theory of continental drift.
The Geomorphic cycle, views of W. M. DAVIS and PENCK
CLIMATOLOGY: UNIT IV
Definition and significance of climatology, Elements of weather and climatic; their causes; composition and structure of the atmosphere.
Atmospheric pressure and winds; Planetary, periodic and local winds,    atmospheric disturbances-Cyclones, thunderstorms and tornadoes.
World classification of climates; Koppen and Thornwaits.
OCEANOGRAPHY: UNIT V
Relevance of Oceanography in earth and atmospheric sciences.
Surface configuration of the ocean floor, continental shelf, continental slope, Abyssal plain.
Marine deposits and coral reefs, circulation of oceanic waters; waves, tides and currents, Relief and currents of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans.
Distribution of temperature and salinity of oceans and seas, oceans as storehouse of resources for the future.
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY: UNIT VI
Nature and scope of Human Geography; Branches of Human geography and approaches to the study of human geography.
Concepts of Man environment relationship, Human adoption to the environment with special reference to cold region (Eskimo). Hot region (Bushman&Bedouin) mountains region (Nomads).
World distribution of population pattern-physical, economic and social factor influencing spatial distribution of world population and population migration.
Human settlement patter-rural-urban settlement, socio-economic and    geographical factors influencing world’s human settlement patterns.
ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY: UNIT VII
Definition-Nature-Scope-recent trends and importance of Economic geography.
Sectors of economy-Primary (Agriculture, fishing etc) Secondary (Industry, Education and Tertiary (transport, trade & commerce etc), the impacts of economic activities on environment.
Classification of Natural resources- Renewable and Non- renewable biotic and abiotic.
Trade- National and International; World Trade Organization (WTO), Globalization and their effect on developing countries of the world.
GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA: UNIT VIII
Study of India based on Physiography, Climate and Natural vegetation.
India in the context of Southeast and South Asia; a land of diversities; unity within diversities.
Agriculture; Types, Problems and prospects, Green revolution and agricultural development planning.
Mineral and Power Resources.
Major industries-Factors for location of industries and distribution. (vi). Population – Growth since 1901/1951, distribution and density.
GEOGRAPHY OF NORTH-EAST INDIA: UNIT IX
Physiography, Geological Structure, Climate, Soil types and Natural vegetation.
Agriculture-Types and Problems
Resources; Forest, Mineral, Power and Human Resources.
Industries – Manufacturing and Cottage industries, their problems and prospects, transport and communication.
GEOGRAPHY OF NAGALAND: UNIT X
Physical features, climate-type, different seasons and their characteristics.
Agriculture – Types and Nature, Agricultural product and problems.
Industries – Small and Cottage, Tourism their prospects and problems.
Transport and Communication – problem and prospects


NPSC Syllabus – BOTANY

Unit 1: Bacteria, viruses, microbiology and plant pathology
Ultra structure and reproduction of bacteria and viruses (TMV and bacteriophage). Economic importance of bacteria in nitrogen fixation. Host – parasite interaction mechanism. Rust of wheat, early and late blight of potato.
Unit 2: Cryptogams
Algae: Range of vegetative and reproductive structure. General account of cyanophycene, Chlorophyceae, Bacillariophyceae, and Rhodophyceae. Economic importance of algae.
Fungi: Mode of nutrition. Economic importance of fungi and lichens. & MycarrlizaeLichens
Bryophytes: Origins; Range of thallus structure; Evolution of Sporophyte; Alternation of generation.
Pteridophytes: General account; State; Heterospory: and seed habit.
Unit 3: Gymnosperms and Palaebotany
Evolutionary trends; Reproduction in pinus; Dominant floras through the ages: Role of palaeobotany in oil and coal exploration.
Unit 4: Angiosperms
Microsporogenesis; Megasporogenesis; Development of embryo an dendosperm; Anamalous secondary growth; Taxanomic studies of Asteraceae, Mallvaceae, Poaceae.
Unit 5: Cell Biology
Structure and functions of – cell wall, Endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, Mitochondria, Ribosomes, Plastids, Mitosis, Meiosis.
Unit 6: Plant Physiology
Photosynthesis; Respiration; Absorption and Translocation of water; Macro and micro elements; Growth regulators.
Unit 7: Biochemistry
Structure and functions of enzymes; carbohydrates, lipids and proteins; protein synthesis.
Unit 8: Plant breeding, Genetics and Bioinformatics
Techniques of plant breeding; Tissue culture; Genetic code, chromosomal aberrations; DNA; RNA; - Structure and function; Biosynthesis of amino acids; DNA finger printing; PCR; PDB; GDB.
Unit 9: Ecology and Environment
Concept of ecology; Adaptations; Population-growth and interactions; Plant Community; Succession: Ecosystem: Concept and levels of prophics: plant conservation; afforestation.
Unit 10: Economic and Applied Botany
Study of cultivated plants-origin, as sources of food, fibre, spices, beaverages, timber; medicinal plants; ornamental plants; pesticides and insecticides plants; cold storage; Green house. Cash crops and other cultivated plants of Nagaland

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NPSC Exam Pattern for Educational Services Examination:
  • The Written Examination will consist of 02 papers, each carrying 200 marks, namely,
  • General English & General Knowledge (Combined)
  • One Option in the relevant Subject
The components of the papers will be as follows:

Paper – I:

General English: 100 Marks
Components
Distribution of Marks
Essay
40
Précis writing
20
Amplification
20
20
General Knowledge & Current Affairs: 100 Marks
Indian History
40
General Science& Technology
20
Indian Economy & Commerce
20
Geography & Current Affairs         
20
Grand Total
200


Paper – II:

One Optional Subject: 200 Marks
Descriptive
100
Objective/MCQ
100


Instruction to Download NPSC Syllabus 2018:

Aspirants need to follow the few simple steps given below in order to get the NPSC Exam Syllabus:
  • First of all, hit the official link of Nagaland Public Service Commission which is www.npsc.co.in
  • Press ‘Syllabus’ option from the Sections Column which is available at the left side of homepage.
  • The new page will display a list of NPSC Syllabus for various examinations conducted by the commission.
  • Here you need to press the following link:
“Syllabus for Common Educational Services Examination”
  • On the next page, press the given link to download Nagaland PSC Syllabus 2018 for the concerned examination.
  • Nagaland Public Service Commission Exam Syllabus will be opened in front of you.
  • Save or take a print out of NPSC Common Educational Services Examination Syllabus 2018 for preparation.

Dates to Remember:

Last Date to send applications for Common Educational Services Examination: 21-09-2018 till 03:00 PM

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