18 March 2017

KVS syllabus for Written Examination of Primary teacher (PRT)

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sanghatan 

Syllabus for Written Examination of Primary teacher (PRT)  

Subject paper will assess the candidates' ability in following areas:-

(i) Core language Competency (Hindi and English)
(ii) General Science
(iii) General Maths
.(iv) Environmental science
  

CORE LANGUAGE COMPETENCYThe candidate should have adequate understanding of English and
Hindi language to deal with students of Elementary Classes. The
ability to comprehend the texts and express them effectively in
writing/orally will be measured through written test and interview.

EnglishArticles/Determinals, Prepositions, Verb forms, Adjectives, Tenses,
Modal Auxiliaries, Active/Passive, Reported speech, Punctuation
Letter Writing-formal & informal, Essay on current issues, Speech,
vocabulary, idioms and phrases, Antonym & Synonyms, Methods of
teaching English at elementary level.
  

GENERAL SCIENCELiving word, Human Body, Plant Life, Natural Vegetation and Wild
Life, Food, The Universe:- Natural phenomenon, planets, Indian
space research programme; Our country - Its surface, natural
resources, food & crop.
  

Matter, concept of elements, molecule and atom. Basic structure
of atom, Radioactivity, gases 'and liquids, classification of
Hydrocarbons. Chemical and physical changes. Green house effect,
photo synthesis
Motion: displacement, velocity; uniform and non-uniform motion
along a straight line; acceleration, distance - time and velocity,
idea' of uniform circular motion. Force and motion, inertia,
momentum, force and acceleration action and reaction forces.
Elementary idea of conservation of momentum, conservation of
energy, simple machine.
General MathsNumber System, estimation of' numbers, Place value, use of
symbols, word problems on number operations involving large
numbers, conversions of units of length & mass, Multiples and
factors, Ev.~rljodd and prime/composite numbers, prime
factorization, HCF and LCM, Rationale numbers. Whole numbers,
Seeing patterns:- identifying and formulating, rules, Integers,
Properties of integers, Fractions ,Ratio and Proportion,
percentages, profit & loss, work & time velocity & distance simple
and compound interest, binomials, polynomials, basic of algebra,
linear equation, quadratic equation & word related problems
Basic geometrical ideas': Line, line segment, ray. Open and closed
figures. Angle - Vertex, arm, interior and exterior, Trianglevertices, sides, angles, interior, Quadrilateral- Sides, vertices,
angles, Circle- Center, radius, diameter, arc, Concept of perimeter
Data handling Pictograph- scaling in pictographs and its
interpretation.
General understanding
of perimeter using regular shapes. Shapes
of different kinds with the same perimeter. Area of various regulargeometric shapes. Measuring areas of different shapes with the
help of graph.
Concept of volume, measurement of volume using a basic unit,
volume of a cube, cuboids and cylinder, Volume and capacity
(measurement of capacity). Surface area of a cube, cuboids and
cylinder.
 
 

Environmental SciencePrimary Institutions of democracy, Local bodies, State bodies,
National bodies, citizen's rights in democracy, Role of panchayat
and Nagarpalikas in education, health and other social services.
Population growth in India: distribution, density & growth, sex
ratio, rural urban composition, education, Human development
indicators.
Common Diseases, Deficiency diseases & Communicable diseases
and their prevention. First Aid and Our Health Services at village
and District Level, Natural" Calamities - their causes impact and
steps to reduce the effect, Transport and Communication - their
impact, Natural Resources- Air,' Water, Soil and Land (Minerals,
metals, non~(!.letals),
Resources and Development Natural resources:- forest and
minerals, Water resources, rivers, irrigation system and crop
pattern.
Map of India: - Location of identification, understanding of globe
yvith special reference to Latitude, Longitude & time, Five Years
plans, National freedom movement, cultural renaissances, social
reformers of India.
  

17 March 2017

Army Public School Recruitment guidelines

Army Public School Recruitment 

Appendix B

(refers to para 8 of Guidelines
for selection of teachers for APSs)
Telephone : 26151564,26152642 Army Welfare Education Society (AWES)
ASCON : 39292 FDRC Building No 202, Shankar Vihar
E-Mail : awes.school@gmail.com (Near APS) Delhi Cantt - 110010
B/45706/CSB2015/AWES August 

COMBINED SELECTION SCREENING EXAMINATION : 



General1. There are 137 Army Public Schools(APS) located in various Cantonments and Military Stations across
India. These schools are administered and managed by local Army authorities and affiliated to CBSE through
Army Welfare Education Society(AWES). A List of these schools is placed at
Annexure 1.
2. There are approximately 8000 teachers on the rolls of these schools. Out of that, approximately 2000 get
turned over every year due to various reasons.
Note:The exact number of vacancies will be projected by the School/Management while
advertising for holding interviews/evaluation of teaching skills for selection of teachers.
3. Status(a) All PGTs will be appointed on regular basis subject to one year probation
extendable up to two years.
(b) TGTs – 50 % of TGTs (including activity teacher) held on the rolls of any school will
be regular as per seniority. Others will be on 3 years contract ( if CTET/TET qualified)
which will be extendable.
(c) PRTs - 30 % of PRTs (including activity teacher) held on the rolls of any school will
be regular as per seniority. Others will be on 3 years contract( if CTET/TET qualified)
which will be extendable.
4.
Salary Structure Basic and Grade Pay are generally comparable to Central Govt rates and Allowances
will be decided by respective school management. The same will be subject to financial viability of the school.
5.
Selection Procedure. Will be done in three stages:-
(a)
Stage 1. Screening Exam, conducted on the Last Sunday of November/First Sunday of
December
every year, for vacancies that will arise during the ensuing academic year. This is conductedon-line by an agency identified by HQ AWES centrally to ensure uniform quality of teachers in all Army
Public Schools. Those who qualify in this stage will be given Score Cards which are valid for life provided
the candidates pick up teaching job in any CBSE affiliated school within three years from the date of
passing the screening exam. A Score Card will make candidates eligible to appear for the remaining
stages of the selection process. In addition to fresh candidates, the following may also appear for the
screening test:-
(i) Holders of Score Cards who want to improve their scores.

(ii) Those desirous of upgrading themselves. For E.g. a candidate holding Score
Card of TGT may now want to obtain a card for PGT, having acquired additional qualification.

(b) Stage II. Interview.
(c) Stage III Evaluation of Teaching skills and computer proficiency. For Language
teachers, written test comprising Essay& Comprehension of 15 marks each will be held
along with evaluation of teaching skills. Selection Committee may also hold Computer
proficiency tests if they so desire
Notes:
1.Stages II & III will be held in tandem under the aegis of Board of Administration at HQ
Command/School Management.
2. Appointments will be made as per CBSE/AWES Rules.
6. To qualify for interview and evaluation of teaching skills, the candidates have to pass a Screening
Examination. The next exam will be conducted on
26/27 November 2016. The general guidelines for
candidates are given in the succeeding paragraphs.



Army Public School Recruitment guidelines

Note : HQ AWES conducts the Screening Examination on behalf of the Boards of Administration
at Regional Command Headquarters. Selection and appointment will be done by the Board of
Administration/School Administration and Management Committee. Grievances in selection
procedure if any will be addressed to Secretary Board of Administration at Regional Commands.
Selection of Teachers7. Categories of Teachers The exam will be held for the posts of PGT/TGT/PRT for all subjects (List
placed at
Annexure 2).
8.
Qualifications. The requisite qualifications are :-
(a) Educational/Professional Qualifications :-

Ser
No
Post Minimum Qualifications
Education % Marks Professional % Marks
1. PGT Post Graduation 50 B Ed 50
2. TGT Graduation 50 B Ed 50
3. PRT Graduation 50 B Ed/ Two yr
Diploma
50

Note : Detailed List of minimum qualifications for Teachers in Army Public Schools is at Annexure 3.
(b) Age - As on 01 April 2017 :-
(i) Fresh Candidates - Below 40 years (except for
NCR schools where TGT/PRT
should be < 29 yrs and PGT < 36
years)
(ii) Experienced Candidates - Below 57 years
(Should have minimum 5 years teaching experience in the last 10 years)(c) CTET/TET conducted by state governments is mandatory for TGTs/PRTs to be appointed
Regular/Contractual. Others found fit in all other respects may be appointed on ‘Adhoc’ basis till
attainment of qualification.
However CTET/TET is not mandatory for appearing in CSB Screening
exam.
Please note that holding a Score Card by itself does not entitle you to appointment as
teacher in any Army Public School. It only renders you eligible for Stages II & III of the
selection process.

9. The Screening Exam for 2016 will be conducted as under:-
(a)
Date. 26/27 November 2016 as per schedule to be decided depending on the number of
candidates who register for the exam.

(b) Method. Test will be conducted ON-LINE in the MCQ format .For details see
table below.

Post Paper Contents Duration of
exam
Marks Type of Questions
PGT/
TGT
Part A General awareness, Mental
Ability, English
Comprehension, Educational
Concepts and Methodology
3 Hours90Objective:
Part B Specific to subject 90 Objective
PRT Part A Same as Part 1 for PGT/TGT 1 Hour 30
Minutes
90 Objective

Army Public School Recruitment guidelines

Notes :-
1. Scores will be normalized to 100.
2. There will be negative marking.1/4 marks will be deducted fro each wrong answer.
3. Parts A & B will be will be available together and the candidates have freedom to
answer questions in the order in which they prefer.
4.
To qualify for a post, the candidate must score minimum 50 % marks in each part.
(c)
Exam FeeRs 600/-( non refundable).10. Registration. Candidates are expected to register ON-LINE for the screening exam by logging onto
the Registration Portal
http://aps-csb.in . The registration portal will be open from -17 August 2016 to 13
September 2016
. Candidates can register from 9AM on 17/8/2016 to 5PM on 13/09/2016. Thereafter the
portal will be closed for registration. The procedure to be followed will be as under :-
(a) Log onto the web-site
http://aps-csb.in and study the detailed instructions for Registration that
will be available on the portal.
(b) Fill up the personal information or the application form.
(c) The system will then ask the candidates to pay the exam fee ON-LINE. Payment options are
Debit/Credit Cards/ Net banking/Bank Challan. A payment gateway has been integrated with the website for the purpose and candidates will be guided through the payment process.
(d) After payment of fee, the candidates will be asked by the system to
attached following documents :-
(i) Photographs and signatures
(ii) Proof of date of birth
(iii) Certificates of academic qualifications.
Please ensure that you meet the educational and age criteria before you start registering
yourself. If you do not, you are liable to be disqualified without refund of exam fees any time
during the selection process and even thereafter whenever a discrepancy is noticed.

(e) Once registration is completed, the candidates will get a confirmation that you have successfully
registered yourself. Candidates will also be informed through e-mail and SMS regarding the same.
(f) A `Help Line’ will be available to the candidates to seek any assistance, till the conduct of the
exam. The helpline tab will be available on the portal
http://aps-csb.in(g) Candidates will also be given mock-tests ON-LINE to familiarize them with the exam procedure. A
link for this will be available on the Registration Portal with effect from
10 Oct 2016.
11.
Exam Centres. A list of Exam Centres will be available on the Registration Portal. A tentative List is
also placed at
Annexure 4. The candidates are required to fill in three choices in order of preference.Note : There may be some changes in the list of exam centres due to administrative reasons.
However no change will be made after issue of Admit Cards.
12. Admit Cards. Admit Cards will be available ON-LINE. Candidates may download and print the same.
The same should be produced for gaining entry to the Exam Centre.
Candidates are advised to read the
instructions appended to the Admit Cards carefully
.
13.
Exam Results. Will be put up on the AWES web-site www.awesindia.com.
14.
Score Card. The Score Cards of successful candidates will be available on the Registration Portal
after the exam which the candidates may download and laminate. The card will be valid for life provided the
candidate takes up
teaching position in any CBSE recognized school within 3 years of issue of Score
Card.
15. Timelines(a) Registration - 17 August to 13 September 2016.
(b) Availability of - 15 November 2016( Tentative. Will be informed
Admit cards on-line after uploading)

(c) Exam - 26/27 November 2016.
(d) Publication of - 15 December 2016.

Results
16.
Past Years’ Question Papers Past five years’ question papers are available for which desirous
candidates have to demand by logging onto to the appropriate link on the Registration Portal
http://aps-csb.inand making payment on-line. Once you have made payment successfully, you need to login after 24 hours and
your paper(s) will be available for download.
NotesNo hard copies will be sent. Only on-line payments through Registration
Portal will be accepted. Please do not send cheques/drafts/postal orders/money
orders.

Costs of the papers are as under :-
(a) Part A - Rs 100/-
(b) Part B - Rs 100/-( specify subject)

17. Follow up Action As soon as the results are uploaded on AWES website, the candidates who have
qualified are advised to access Registration Portal/AWES website
www.awesindia.comfor details of vacancies
available in schools and download Application Form for interview. The forms will be available on school
websites also. Application form complete in all respects will be submitted to the school where the candidate is
desirous of seeking teaching appointment by
20 Jan 2017 positively. Advertisements will also be published
locally by the school/management.
-signed-
(RK Satyan)
Col(Retd)
Addl Dir(Schools)
 

Army Public School Recruitment guidelines

TS Cooperative Central Bank Exam Pattern & Syllabus

Cooperative Central Bank Ltd Recruitment 
Telangana State Cooperative Central Bank Exam Pattern & Syllabus

Selection Procedure :
The selection of the candidates shall be made on the basis of written test and interview. The written test will be conducted in English. All the eligible candidates who apply with the requisite fee and whose applications are received in time will be called for a written test, which will comprise the
following:

(a) Written test marks : 175 marks & Interview – 25 marks ;
(b) There shall be Negative Marking for wrong answers.;
(c) Marking the answers with Black ink Ball Pen only ;
(d) Exam question contents would be as under :
(i) Reasoning & Computer Aptitude.
(ii) Quantitative Aptitude.
(iii)General & Financial Awareness.
(iv)English Language.
Time allotted : 120 minutes.


Marks obtained in the written test will be reckoned for merit ranking. Accordingly, candidates will be called for interview. Depending upon the number of vacancies only those candidates who rank
sufficiently high in the written test will be called for the interview in the ratio of 1:4. Mere
eligibility/pass in the test shall not vest any right for being called for interview. The detailed
information regarding the written test will be given in the “Acquaint yourself” booklet which is
available on the Bank‟s website, bank which can be downloaded by the candidates.

Final selection will be on the basis of the ranking accorded, after adding the marks obtained in the
written test and interview.
  

15 March 2017

List of Topics for Technical Report Writing

 List of Topics for Technical Report Writing for Professional Students

List of Topics for Technical Report Writing or Seminar or Presentation for Engineering Students

The following topics can select for report writing or seminar or presentation in their third and fourth year of B.Tech/ B.E.:
1.      Mobile train radio communication
2.      Paper battery
3.      Smart antenna for mobile communication
4.      Embedded web technology
5.      Low energy efficiency wireless
6.       Communication network design
7.      Seminar on artificial passenger
8.      Blue eyes technology
9.       Touch Screen Technology
10.  Traffic pulse technology
11.  Night vision technology
12.  Space mouse
13.   Nano-technology
14.   Global positioning system and its application
15.   Tsunami warning system
16.  Smart dust core architecture
17.   Advanced technique for rtl
18.  Debugging
19.  Optical fiber communication
20.  Digital image processing
21.  Embedded system
22.  Electronic watchdog
23.  Telephone conversation recorder
24.   Aeronautical communications
25.   Agent oriented programming
26.   Air cars
27.  Animatronics
28.   Artificial eye
29.  Augmented reality
30.  Substitute to automatic teller machine
31.  Autonomic computing
32.  Bi-cmos technology
33.  Bimolecular computers
34.  Biochips
35.  Bio-magnetism
36.   Biometric Technology
37.  Blue ray
38.   Bluetooth based smart sensor networks
39.  Boiler instrumentation
40.  Brain-computer interface
41.  4-G vs Wi-fi
42.   Future generation wireless network
43.  Bluetooth based smart sensor network.
44.  Ozone depletion.
45.   Gesture recognition using accelerometer
46.  Cellular digital data packet
47.  Telecommunication network ppt
48.   Electrical technical seminar topic on can-based higher layer protocols and profiles
49.   Application of swarm robots
50.  Embedded Systems 
51.  Future satellite communication
52.  3D image technique and multimedia application
53.  Storage area network
54.   The making of quantum dots
55.  The mp3 standard
56.  The vanadium red ox flow battery system
57.  Thermal infrared imaging technology
58.   Turbo codes
59.  Ultra wide band technology
60.  Virtual reality
61.   Voice recognition based on artificial neural networks
62.   Web based remote device monitoring
63.  Organic electronics
64.  Packet cable network
65.  Packet switching chips
66.   Personal area network
67.  Printable rfid circuits
68.  Mesh radio
69.  Microelectronic pills
70.   Military radars
71.   Android
72.   Control of environment parameter in a green house
73.  D traditional and modeling
74.   Home based wireless work monitoring system
75.  Sun tracker pc interfaced voice recognition system
76.   Cyber security
77.   Big data visualization
78.  Interactive public display
79.   Next generation mobile computing
80.   Multicore memory coherence
81.   Renewable energy source biomass
82.   Matter energy
83.  Fusion technology
84.   Electronic ballast stepper motor & its application
85.  Radial feeder protection
86.   Solar tower technology
87.  Electric locomotive
88.  Reactive power consumption in transmission line
89.  Flexible A.C. Transmission
90.  Feeder protective relay
91.   Hydrogen the future fuel
92.  Quality of electrical power
93.  Phase Locked Loop
94.   Architecture of an electric vehicle
95.  66 K.V. Switch yards
96.  Flexible photovoltaic technology
97.  DSP for motor control
98.   Vector control of induction motor
99.  Uninterrupted power supply
100.       Protection of distribution system
101.       Nano fuel cell
102.       Hybrid electrical vehicles
103.       Relay performance testing with high technology
104.       Production of & protection against surge
105.       Hvdc converter
106.        CT scanning
107.       Extra high voltage transmission lines
108.        Feeder protection
109.       Electrical vehicle
110.       Energy conversation by soft start
111.       Dust collection and scrubbing tech
112.       DSP on motor control
113.       Earthquake leakage circuit beaker
114.       Energy efficient motor
115.       Flexi
116.        Field oriented control drive without shaft sensors
117.       12 Phase capacitor
118.       Cable modem
119.       Cluster meter system
120.        Advancement in inverter technology for industrial application
121.       Broadband over power line
122.       Development of superconducting rotating machines
123.       Direct to home (dth)
124.       E-bomb
125.        Smart Card Technology
126.       Fuzzy Logic Technology
127.       Mems (micro electro mechanical system)
128.       Smart material technology
129.        Neural networks
130.       Simple Heat Sensor
131.       Black widow spiders.
132.       Energy saving fan
133.       Electronic fuel injection
134.       Direct fuel methanol fuel cell
135.       Dual core processor
136.       Compensation of harmonic current utilizing ahc
137.        AC cable versus DC cable transmission for offshore wind farms
138.        Adaptive piezoelectric energy harvesting circuit
139.        Automatic solar tracker
140.       Artificial intelligence in power station
141.        Solar power satellite via wireless power transmission
142.       Hybrid electric vehicle
143.       Optical technology in current measurement
144.       The universal current sensor
145.       Nuclear batteries
146.       Large scale power generation using fuel cell
147.       Surge current protection using super conductors
148.       Solar power generation
149.       Buck boost transformer
150.       Infrared thermograph
151.       Surge current protection using super conductors
152.        Blue jacking
153.        Sixth sense technology
154.        5G mobile technology
155.        Nano scale material and device for future communication network
156.       Nokia morph technology
157.       Confidential data storage and deletion
158.       Femtocells technology
159.        apple- a novel approach for direct energy weapon control
160.       Optical ethernet
161.        Transparent electronics
162.        Bubble power
163.        Hawkeye
164.       Data loggers
165.       Bluetooth network security
166.       Silicon on plastic
167.        Human Robot interaction
168.       Poly fuse
169.       Non visible imaging
170.       Nuclear battery- daintiest dynamos
171.        E-textile
172.       Indoor geo-location
173.       Ultra conductors
174.       Gmpls
175.       Satrack
176.        Multi-sensor fusion and integration
177.       Laser communication
178.       Iontophoresis
179.       Organic display
180.        Introduction to internet protocol
181.       Cathode Ray Tube Display
182.       Smart quill
183.        Automatic number plate recognition
184.       Military radar
185.       Mimo wireless channels
186.        Telephone router
187.       Speed sensor
188.        Microcontroller based dissolving process control
189.       Local pco meter
190.       Railway switch and signals
191.       Card Based Security System
192.       Cordless power controller
193.        Weather station
194.        Temperature Monitoring System
195.       Acid rain
196.       Global warming.
197.        Bomb detection methods.
198.       Nuclear fusion
199.       Big bang theory
200.     Greenhouse effect
201.     Deforestation
202.     Rain forests
203.     Endangered species
204.     Continental drift
205.     Industrial waste disposal
206.     Plate tectonics
207.     Solar automobiles
208.     Wind energy
209.     Petroleum-based energy
210.     Mass transportation
211.     High-tech weaponry
212.     Advances in automotives
213.     Microwave technologies
214.     Hydroponics
215.     Alternative agriculture
216.     Recycling
217.     Desalination methods
218.     Drip irrigation
219.     Genetic engineering
220.     Hybridization techniques
221.     World wide web
222.     Computer memory
223.     Virtual reality
224.     Artificial intelligence
225.     Advanced compact disks
226.     Digital interactive tv  
227.     Computer-aided education
228.     Computer crime
229.     Robotics    
230.     Expert systems
231.     Virtual classroom
232.     Artificial heart
233.     Kidney transplants
234.     Knee/hip replacements
235.     Alzheimer's disease
236.     Aids                    
237.     Devices for diabetics
238.     Advanced prostheses
239.     Artificial limbs
240.     Hypoglycemia
241.     Diabetes                
242.     Effects of caffeine     
243.     Effects of nicotine
244.     Hyperkinetic behavior   
245.     Psychosomatic disoders  
246.     Vitamin therapies
247.     Magnetic resonance       
248.     Ultrasound              
249.     Inflation               
250.     Recession               
251.     Balanced budget
252.     Capital punishment     
253.     Dream research
254.     Handwriting analysis    
255.     Biorhythms
256.     Dyslexia                
257.     Wellness programs
258.     Life on mars            
259.     Extraterrestrial
260.     Ufos                     
261.     Uranus expedition         
262.     Saturn expedition       
263.     Supernova               
264.     Black holes
265.     Space shuttles
266.     Earthquakes
267.     Hurricanes
268.     Droughts
269.     Monsoons
270.     Whales
271.     Sharks
272.     Black widows
273.     Boa constrictors
274.     Heart attacks
275.     Influenza
276.     Cancer
277.      Computer architecture and micro-processors
278.     Power systems, 3 phase motors etc. 
279.     Circuit design and some basic circuits like amplifiers
280.     Signal processing 
281.     Control systems and how to analyze and design feedback 


 List of Topics for Technical Report Writing  for Professional Students

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