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Syllabus for History Govt Degree College lecturer 2015

Changes in Indian society:- Christian Missionaries , The new education ,
English language – Modern Science.
Socio-Religious Reforms – RajaRamMohanRoy , DayanandaSaraswati –
Dr.Anniebesant -
 Swamy Vivekananda – Sir Sayyad AhamadKhan.
Unit-12 : Towards Independence:-
 Rise of Indian Nationalism – Revolt of 1857 – Tribal and Peasent
Movements.
Indian National Congress – 1885- 1920 – Swadeshi Movements.
Gandhian Mass movements – Justice party – Left wing politics , Communilism
and Genesis of Pakistan.
Towards Indian Independence and Partition.
India after Independence – 1947-1964:-
Rehabilitation after Partition .
Integration of Princely states – Kashmir Questions – Making of Indian
Constitutions – Dr.B.R Ambedkar.
Economic Policies and the Planning Process – Linguistic reorganization of
states.
Foreign Policy – India’s relations with neighbours.
Unit-13: Asiain Continental History:-
 Colonialism and its growth in Asia :China – BoxerRebellion –
Revolution of 1911 , Dr Sunyatsen – Achviements of nationalist governments
– Ywanshikai – Maotse-Thung – People’s Repulic of China – Foreign Policy –
India and China relation.
Japan:- Emergence of Japan on world power.
 Sino-Japanese conflicts – Anglo-Japenese alliances – Russo-Japenese war
– Japan and world wars - Reconstructions of Japan scop.
Rise of Arab National Movement – OPEC and Oil Deplomacy.
Rise of Isreil and Palestine question – Aims and Objectives of South Asian
Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC and NAM)
Unit-14: Modern World:-
 Reneissance – Reformation – Geographical discoveries -
Imperialism– Socialism – Enlightened Despots.
French Revolution – Napoleon Bonaparte – Unification of italy – Germany.
Russian Revolution of 1917.Fascism and Nazism.
Second World War- UNO – Cold War – Disintegration of USSR – Formation
of European union – Liberalization and Globalization – American
Imperialism

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Syllabus for Sociology for Degree College Lecturer 2015


SYLLABUS-SOCIOLOGY
Chapter -1
Introduction to Sociology
Definition –Nature- and Importance
Relation of Sociology with other social sciences-Economics-History –Political
Science-Phychology and Social Anthropology-Branches of Sociology-Industrial
Sociology-Political Sociology-Sociology of Family-Sociology of Education-Medical
Sociology-Urban and Rural Sociology.
Chapter-2
Development of Sociology as a Social Science and Sociological Prospective.
Chapter-3
Basic Concepts
a) Society-Community-Association
Institution –Social Groups-Social Structure and function- Role and Status- Social
Stratification and Mobility- Social Control-Social process and Social Change.
b) Culture and Socialization
Definition-Features-Elements-Types-CulturalRelativity-Ethnocentrism-Cultural lagCultural
System & sub-system-cultural change.
Chapter-4
Social Institutions
a) Marriage-Family-Kinship-Religious Institutions-Economic Institution –
Educational Institution and Political institutions.
b) Indian Social Institutions.
Marriage-Family-Joint Family-Caste System-Rural Community-Tribes-Rural
Developmental Policies-Community Development Programmes-Panchayath Raj
and 1973 Amendment Act-PURA Programme-people’s participation-Political
Empowerment and Co-operation movement-Rural Development ProgrammesOveral
Development 2
Chapter 5
Social Problems.
Definition-Nature-Cause-Proposals.
Family Disorganisation-Problem of Child Labour-Problem of Aged-Gender issues
and Gender problems-Communal Riots-corruption-terrorism-Alcoholism and Drug
Addiction-problem of Unemployment-untouchability-population problem-Rural and
Urban Problems- Nepotism-Legal and Constitutional measures in controlling
Social problems.
Chapter-6
Social Research
Meaning-Nature-Types & importance.
Problem of objectivity & value Neutrality in social research-Research ProcessStages-Selection
of Research Problem-Hypothesis-Research Design-TypesSample
selection-Probability and Non probability-Data Collection-TypesTechniques-Classification
of Data & Interpretation, Report writing.
Chapter-7
 Thinkers / Theorists
a) Auguste Comte-Herbert Spencer-Emily Durkheim-Max Webber-Karl MarxSorokin-Wilfredo
Pareto,
b) G.S.Ghurey-Ramakrishna Mukherjee-Radhakrishna MukherjeeM.N.Srinivas-IravathiKarve-Louis
Dumont-Dipankar Gupta-Yogendra SinghVeena
Das-SharmilaRaegae-LeelaDubey- A.R.Desai-Neera Desai.
Chapter-8
Contemporary Sociological Theories
Structural-functionaltheory-Brown-Nadel-Levis-Strans-Malinovsky-Merton-Talcot
Parsons
Conflict Theory-Simmel-Marx-Dahremdorf-Coser-Randel Collins-C.W.Mills
Critical Theory
Symbolic-internationalism-C.H Cooley-G.H.Mead-W.I.Thomas-Herbert Blumer.
Feminism-Modernization&-Anti-Feminism. 
Theories-(DependencyTheory)-Post Modern Development Theory-(Escobar)-
Social Changes.
Phenomenology-Ethnomethodology & Post Modern Thinking
Chapter-9
Social Change & Social Movement-Meaning Definition-Nature and Importance,
Types-peasant movement-Dalit Movement-Backward Classes movement-Social
Reform Movement-Social Movement and Social Change. 

Chapter-10
Social Inclusion and Exclusion-Meaning-Nature-issues and problems of Social
Inclusion/Exclusion among Scheduled Caste and Class-Scheduled Tribes-Neo
Buddhist and Women.
BOOKS FOR REFERENCE
1). Inkles Allex 1991 What is sociology?-Prentice Hall India Ltd., New Delhi..
2) N.J. Smelser 1993 Sociology, Prentice Hall India Ltd., New Delhi.
3) Davis Kingsley 1981, Human Society, Indian (reprint) Surjeet Publications, New
Delhi.
4) Anthony Giddens 1997, Sociology, Third Edition, Polity Press.
5) R.T.Schaeffer, 1989, Sociology, International Editions Mc.Grawal.
6) P.Gisbert 1973, Fundamentals of Sociology, Bombay, Orient Longman.
7) Harry M .Johnson, 1988, Sociology, A systematic introduction, New Delhi,
Allied Publishers Pvt., Ltd.,
8) Ram Ahuja-Social Problems in India 1999, Rawat Publications, Jaipur.
9) G.R.Madan, Indian Social Problems(Vol.1)
10)R.K.Merton and R.Nisbet(ed) Contemporary social problems Himalayan
Publications.
11)Madan G.R.1976, Social Change and Problems of Development in India, New
Delhi Oxford University Press.
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మంగళˆరు
13) Melvin Pumin- Social Stratification-The forms and functions of inequality, New
Delhi-Prentice Hall of India, Pvt Ltd.,
14) Lewis Coser A. 2001- Master’s of Sociological thought, Rawat Publishers,
New Delhi.
15)T.K. Omen and P.N. Mukarji 1986, Indian Society-Reflection-intropsectionsPopular
Prakashan.
16).G.S.Gurvey 1969 Catste in Modern India, Popular Prakashan.
17) M.N.Srinivas, edi.1960, India’s Villages and Caste and other essay in India.
18) Yogendra Singh 1986-Modernization of Indian Tradition, Rawat.
19) Andre, Beteille, 1971, Caste, Class and Power, Berkeley, University of
California Press.
20) Desai 1961-Rural Sociology in India
21) Pauline Kolenda-Caste in contemporary in India- Rawat-1984.
22)T.B.Botomore-Sociology-Problems and prospectus
23)Abraham Francis-2006-Contemporary sociology.
24) Jayaram N.1988-Introductory Sociology, Macmillan India Madras.
25) M.N.Srinivas-Social Change in India.PopularPrakashan, Bombay.
26) Zetilin Irving 1998, Rethinking Sociology, A critic of contemporary theory,
Jaipur Rawat, 2001.
27) Dubey Lila-Et.al.(eds)1986; Visibility and Power Essays on women in society
and development, New Delhi. OUP.
28) Dubey Lila 1997 women and kinship : comparative perspectives on Gender in
south and south east asia.
29) Tokyo United Nation University Press.
30) Sharmila Rege-2004 Sociology of Gender, Sage, New Delhi.
31) Tong Rosemarie 1989 Feminist though a comprehensive introduction
calarodo; West view press.
32)RamAhuja 2002 Research Methods Bangalore. Rawat Publications, Jaipur.
33) Jayaram N.1989 Sociology-Methods and theories Macmillan India Ltd.,
Bangalore.
34) Wilinson T.S. &Bhandarkar P.L.1990, Methodology and Techniques of Social
Research, Himalaya Pub. House, New Delhi.
35) Kothari C.R.1989, Research Methodology-Methods and techniques,
Bangalore; Wiley Eastern Madge, John, 1970, The Origins of scientific sociology,
London; Tavistock.

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Urdu Syllabus for First Grade College Lecturer


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Hindi Syllabus for First Grade College Lecturer 2015


“ HINDI “ SYLLABUS
UNIT-I
1.BHASHA VIGNYAAN
2.HINDI BHASHA VIKAS
UNIT-II
1. HINDI SAHITYA KA ITIHAAS
I. AADIKAAL – A. SIDDH SAHITYA
 B. NAATH SAHITYA
 C. JAIN SAHITYA
II. RAASO SAAHITYA
A. AMIR KHUSRO
B. VIDYAPATHI
UNIT – II-A.
BHAKTI (MADHYA ) KAAL
A.KABIR
B. MULLA DAWOOD
C.KUTUBAN
D.JAAYASI
UNIT – III –B
I.TULASI – RAMCHARIT MAANAS
II. SOORDAS - KRISHNA BHAKTI
II. MEERABAI – KRISHNA BHAKTI
UNIT-III – C
I. KESHAV
II. BHOOSHAN
III. BIHARI
UNIT IV AADHUNIK KAAL
Sl.No NAME LITERATURE
1 BABU BHARATENDU
HARISCHANDRA
POETRY, PROSE,DRAMA,ESSAY,
GRAMMAR,CRITICISM,LINGUISTIC
& HINDI LANGUAGE.
PRAYOJANMULAK HINDI.KAVYA
SHASTRA ,AALOCHANA.
2 DWIVEDI YUG
3 PRASAD YUG
4 PREMCHAND YUG
5 CHAYAVAD
6 PRAGATIVAD
7 PRAYOGVAD
8 PRAYOGVAD UNIT – VI VYAKARAN
1.SHABD VICHAR, A.VIKARI –B AVIKARI
2. SANDHI
3. SAMAS
 4. SANGYAA
5. SARVANAAM
 6.PARASARG
7. UPASARG
8.VISHESHAN
 9.KARAK
10.`NE` PRATYAY
11.KRIYA
 12.KAAL
 13.KAAVYA SHAASTRA
14.AALOCHANA
UNIT – VII – PRAYOJANMOOLAK HINDI

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Syllabus for English Lecturer Assistant Professor for First Grade College 2015


1
Subject: ENGLISH
I British Literature
• Chaucer – Prologue to Canterbury Tales
• Rise of the drama – Mystery, Miracle, Morality plays
• Elizabethan and Jacobean Eras [1558-1625]
o Edmond Spenser’s Amoretti, Sonnets (1,3,22,67,68,74,75,79,81)
o Sir Phillip Sidney’s Astrophel and Stella, Sonnets (6,7,14,23,24,31,64,92)
o Elizabethan Theatre
o Shakespeare – Tragedies, Historical plays, Comedies,
 Sonnets (3, 16, 17, 19, 20, 27, 30, 35, 42, 54, 65, 73, 80, 94, 116, 130)
o Christopher Marlow – Dr. Faustus
o Ben Jonson – Volpone
o Francis Bacon – Essays
o John Donne
o George Herbert
o Robert Herrick
• Caroline Period [1625—1660]
o Andrew Marvell, Henry Vaughan
o Milton – Paradise Lost & minor poems
• The Neo—Classical Period [1660—1798]
The Restoration
o John Dryden – Mac Flecknoe
o John Bunyan – The Pilgrim’s Progress
o Congreve –The Way of the World
o Sheridan – The Rivals
Augustan Age
o Alexander Pope – The Rape of the Lock, An Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot, Belinda’s Toilet
o Jonathan Swift – Gulliver’s Travels
o Joseph Addison and Richard Steele – Essays
The Age of Sensibility
o James Boswell—The Life of Dr. Samuel Johnson
o Henry Fielding – The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling
o Daniel Defoe – Robinson Crusoe, Moll Flanders
o Oliver Goldsmith—The Citizen of the World
o Thomas Gray - Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard 2
Age of Transition
o William Blake – Songs of Innocence, Songs of Experience, A Poison Tree
• 19TH Century – Age of Romantics[1798—1837]
o Socio cultural & intellectual contexts, Philosophy & Aesthetics of Romanticism
o Wordsworth - Lines Composed A Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey, Lucy poems,
Ode: Intimations of Immortality, Daffodils
o S. T. Coleridge : The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Kubla Khan, Frost at Midnight
o Lord Byron – Don Juan
o P. B.Shelley – Ode to the Westwind, To a Skylark, The Cloud, Ozymandias, Adonais
o John Keats – Ode on a Grecian Urn, Ode to a Nightingale, Ode to Autumn
o Jane Austen – Emma, Pride and Prejudice
o Emily Bronte – Wuthering Heights
o Mary Wollstonecraft - A Vindication on Rights of a Woman
• Victorian Age [1837—1900]
o Religion, Science & Technology in the Victorian England. Victorian ethos,
complacency, despondency, prudence
o Alfred Lord Tennyson – Ulysses, Lotus Eaters, Break, Break, Break
o Robert Browning – My Last Duchess, Andrea del Sarto
o Matthew Arnold – Dover Beach, Culture and Anarchy – Sweetness and Light
o G. M. Hopkins – The Wreck of the Deutschland, Sonnets
o George Eliot – Silas Marner, Mill on the Floss
o Thomas Hardy – The Mayor of Casterbridge, Jude the Obscure
o Charles Dickens – Hard Times, A Tale of Two Cities
o Charles Lamb – Essays
o Charlotte Bronte – Jane Eyre
• Modern Age
o Socio-cultural and intellectual background of the 20th century
o W. B.Yeats – A Prayer for My Daughter, The Second Coming, 1919, Byzantium
poems, Leda and the Swan, Easter 1916
o T. S. Eliot – The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, The Waste Land, The Journey of
the Magi, Four Quartets
o W. H. Auden – The Unknown Citizen, The Shield of Achilles, In Memory of W.
B.Yeats
o Wilfred Owen – Insensibility, Strange Meeting
o Dylan Thomas, Ted Hues, Phillip Larkin, Sylvia Plath
o D. H. Lawrence – Women in Love, Sons and Lovers
o Joseph Conrad – Heart of Darkness, Lord Jim
o James Joyce – Ulysses 3
o William Golding - Lord of the Flies
o T. S. Eliot – Family Reunion, Murder in the Cathedral
o G. B. Shaw – Major Barbara, The Apple Cart
o John Osborne – Look Back in Anger
o Harold Pinter – The Birthday Party
o John Galsworthy – Loyalties
o Virginia Woolf – To the Lighthouse
II Indian Writing in English
History, Later History and debates of IEL
Poems
• Sri Aurobindo – Last poems
• Toru Dutt –Our Casuarina Tree, Jogadhya Uma, Laxman, Seetha
• Rabindranath Tagore – Gitanjali
• Sarojini Naidu – Sins of Love, Coromandel Fishers
• A. K. Ramanujan – Love Poem for a Wife, Obituary, River, Small scale Reflections
on a Great House
• Nissim Ezekial – Background, Casually; A Very Indian Poem in Indian English,
Goodbye Party for Miss Pushpa.T.S., Enterprise, Poet, Lover, Birdwatcher
• Kamala Das – An Introduction, The Old Playhouse
• Jayanta Mahapatra - Hunger, Grandfather, Dhauli
• Arun Kolatkar - Jejuri poems
• Eunice D Souza – Women in Dutch Paintings, Feeding the Poor
Fiction
• Rabindranath Tagore – The Home and the World
• Raja Rao – Kanthapura, The Serpent and the Rope
• R. K. Narayan – The Guide, The Financial Expert, The Man-Eater of Algoid
• Mulch Raj Anand – The Untouchable, Coolie
• Amitav Ghosh – The Shadow Lines, In an Antique Land
• Arundathi Roy – The God of Small Things
• Shashi Deshpande - A Matter of Time
• Amrita Preetam – Pinjar
• Salman Rushdie – Midnight’s Children
Prose
• M. K.Gandhi – My Experiments with Truth
• Nirad Chaudhuri – The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian
Drama
• Rabindranath Tagore - Red Oleanders
• Girish Karnad – Hayavadana, Tughlaq
• Mahesh Dattani – Final Solutions, Dance Like a Man, Mango Souffle 4
III American Literature
• Puritanism, Transcendentalism, Harlem Renaissance, Notions of American culture and
American Dream, Civil Rights Movement
• Life of Frederick Douglass
• Nathaniel Hawthorne – The Scarlet Letter
• Herman Melville – Moby Dick
• Mark Twain – Huckleberry Finn
• Hemmingway – The Old Man and the Sea
• John Steinbeck – The Grapes of Wrath
• J. D. Salinger – The Catcher in the Rye
• Saul Bellow – Herzog
• Emily Dickinson – Because I Couldn’t Stop for Death, The Soul Selects Her Own
Society
• Walt Whitman – O Captain! My Captain! , Brahma, I Sing the Body Electric
• Robert Frost – Mending Wall, Birches, Fire and Ice, The Road Not Taken, Stopping by
Woods on a Snowy Evening
• Wallace Stevens – The Emperor of Ice Cream, A Jar in Tennessee, Of Modern Poetry
• Arthur Miller – Death of a Salesman, All My Sons
• Tennessee Williams – The Glass Menagerie
• Eugene O’Neill – Long Day’s Journey into Night, Desire Under the Elms, The Hairy
Ape
• Edward Albee – The Zoo Story, Who is Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
• Henry David Thoreau – Walden, Civil Disobedience
• Emerson – The American Scholar, Nature
• James Baldwin – Collected Essays
• Toni Morrison – Beloved, The Bluest Eyes
• Joseph Heller – Catch 22
• Langston Hughes—The Negro Speaks of Rivers, The Negro Mother, As I grew older
• Sylvia Plath—Lady Lazarus, Daddy, Mirror
IV New Literatures
African
• Chinua Achebe – Things Fall Apart
• Wole Soyinka – The Interpreters
• Gabriel Okara – Piano and Drums, You Laughed and Laughed and Laughed
Australian
• A. D. Hope – Australia,The Death of the Bird.
• Judith Wright – Half a Lifetime
• Patrick White – Voss, A Fringe of Leaves, The Tree of Man 5
Canadian
• Margaret Atwood – Surfacing
• A. J. M. Smith – The Lonely Land
West Indies
• V. S. Naipaul – A House for Mr. Biswas
• Derek Walcott – A Far Cry from Africa, Almond Trees, Ruins of a Great House.
V Gender Studies
Key Concepts – Gender, sexuality, sexual differences, The other body, Desire,
Patriarchy, Gender stereotypes, Language and representation, Gyno-criticism, Gender
and language
• Virginia Woolf—A Room of One’s Own
• Simone de Beauvoir – Introduction to The Second Sex
• Kate Millet – Sexual Politics
• Helene Cixous—The Laugh of the Medusa
• Susie Tharu & Tejaswini Niranjana – Problems for a contemporary theory of genders
• Shashi Deshpande—The Stone Woman
• Ismat Chugtai—The Veil, The Quilt
• Maha Shwetha Devi—Draupadi
• Ambai —A Kitchen in the Corner of the House
• Vaidehi—Akku
• Jaya Prabha—Chupulu
• Anupama Niranjana—The Incident and After
VI Literary Theory and Criticism
Classical Texts
• Plato – The Republic
• Aristotle – The Poetics
• Longinus – On the Sublime
• Phillip Sidney – An Apology for Poetry
• Samuel Johnson – Preface to Shakespeare
• John Dryden – An Essay on Dramatic Poesy
Modern Texts
• William Wordsworth – Preface to Lyrical Ballads
• Coleridge - Biographia Literaria
• Matthew Arnold – The Function of Criticism
• P. B.Shelley – A Defence of Poetry, Study of Poetry
• Eliot – Tradition and Individual Talent 6
• Cleanth Brooks – Language of Paradox
• F. R. Leavis – Revaluation, The Great Tradition
• Basic concepts of Structuralism, Post—Structuralism and Deconstruction,
Postmodernism, Psychoanalytic criticism, Marxist criticism, New historicism and
cultural materialism, Postcolonial criticism, Stylistics, Narratology, and
Ecocriticism
VII Modern Linguistics
• Human language and other systems of communication
• Language variation – dialect and idiolect and style
• Speech and Writing
• Phonology
• Morphology
• Syntax
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. K. R. Srinivasa Iyengar – Indian Writings in English.
2. N. K. Naik – Critical Essays in Indian Writing in English
3. David Daiches – A Critical History of English Literature (04 Volumes)
4. Boris Ford (Edited) – Pelican Guide to English Literature (08 Volumes)
5. Herbert Grierson - Meta Physical Poets
6. Arnold Kettle – The English Novel (02 Volumes)
7. A. C. Bradley – Shakespearean Tragedy
8. F. R. Leavis – The Common Pursuit
9. New Bearings in English Poetry
10. E. M. Foster – Aspects of the Novel
11. Bill Ashcroft (Edited) – Key Concepts in Critical Theory, Routledge, London
12. Boris Ford – The New Pelican Guide to English Literature (Volume 09)
13. Daniel Boorstin – The Americans – The Colonial Experience (Volume – 1)
The Americans – The National Experience (Volume – 2)
 The Image (Volume - 3)
14. Peter Barry – Beginning Theory – An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory
15. Judith Wright – Pre occupations in Australian Literature
16. Margaret Atwood – Survival; A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature
17. Marcus Cunliffe - History of Literature of United States
18. Griel Marcus - A New Literary History of America, Harvard Univ Press
19. Patricia Waugh - Literary Theory, OUP
20. Peter Barry - Beginning Theory, Viva Publications
21. Bruce King - New Literatures in English, OUP
22. Edward Said - Orientalism
23. Homi Bhabha - Location of Culture
24. F.P.Dinneen – An Introduction to General Linguistics
Nina Baym (ed) – Northern Anthology of American Literature.

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All Subjects syllabus for the degree college lecturer (asst. Professor) posts 2015



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         1.  Kannada
         2.  English
         3.  Hindi
         4.  Urdu
         5.  Sociology
         6.  History
         7.  Psychology
         8.  Economics
         9.  Political Science
       10.  Geography
       11.  Commerce
       12.  Journalism & Mass Communication
       13.  Social Work
       14.  Management
       15.  Physics
       16.  Chemistry
       17.  Mathematics
       18.  Computer Science
       19.  Zoology
       20.  Tourism Administration
       21.  Electronics
       22.  Home Science.

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Syllabus for Kannada Subject for Degree College Lecturer 2015


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5. CA±ÀUÀt: wæ¥À¢ - K¼É - ¸ÁAUÀvÀå.
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ªÀiÁvÁæUÀt: PÀAzÀ – gÀU À¼ É - µ Àlà¢.
6. DzsÀĤPÀ bÀAzÀ¸ÀÄì : ¸Á£ Émï - ¥ÀæUÁxÀ - ¸ÀgÀ¼ ÀgÀUÀ¼É - ªÀĺÁbÀAzÀ¸ÀÄì

UÀæAxÀ ¸ÀA¥ÁzÀ£É:
1. CxÀð-ªÁåSÉå-ªÁå¦Û
2. ¯ÉÃRå ªÀ¸ÀÄÛUÀ¼ÀÄ: ²¯É - ¯ÉÆú À – ªÀÄtÄÚ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ EvÀgÉ ¸ÁªÀÄVæUÀ¼ÀÄ.
3. °¦PÁgÀgÀÄ: ¤AiÀÄÄPÀÛ °¦PÁgÀgÀÄ – ªÀÈwÛ °¦PÁgÀgÀÄ - ºÀªÁå¹ °¦PÁgÀgÀÄ.
4. ºÀ¸ÀÛ ¥ÀæwUÀ¼ÀÄ: ¸ÀéºÀ¸ÁÛPÀëgÀ ¥Àæw – KPÉÊPÀºÀ¸ÀÛ ¥Àæw - ¥ÀgÀA¥ÀgÀUÁUÀvÀ ºÀ¸ÀÛ ¥Àæw - ¸ÀAgÀPÀëw
ºÀ¸ÀÛ ¥Àæw – «Ä±Àæº À¸ ÀÛ ¥Àæw.
5. ¸ÁÍ°vÀå: CxÀð - ¸ÀégÀÆ¥À - ¥ÀæPÁgÀUÀ¼ ÀÄ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ ¥ÀæPÉëÃ¥À.
6. ¥ÁoÀ ¥ÀjµÀÌgÀuÉ - ¥ÁoÀ ¸ÀAAiÉÆÃd£É: ¹éÃPÀg Àt, ¸ ÀAz ÉúÀ, ªÀdð£ À ªÀÄv ÀÄÛ ¥ÀjµÀÌgÀt.
7. ¥ÀæªÀÄÄR ¸ÀA¥ÁzÀ£Á PÀÈwUÀ¼ÀÄ:±À§ÝªÀÄtÂzÀ¥Àðt– bÀAzÉÆÃA§Ä¢ü: g ɪÀgÉAqï J¥sï Qmɯï,
¥ÀA¥ÀgÁª ÀiÁAiÀÄt – PÀ£ÁðlPÀ ¨ sÁµÁ¨ s ÀƵÀt-±À¨ÁÝ£ ÀıÁ¸ À£ À: ©.J¯ï gÉʸï,
PÀ«gÁdª ÀiÁUÀð – PÉ.©.¥ÁoÀP À, PÁªÁåªÀ¯ÉÆÃPÀ£ÀA – Dgï.£ Àg À¹AºÁZÁAiÀÄð,
ªÀqÁØgÁzs À£É – r.J¯ï £ÀgÀ¹AºÁZÁAiÀÄð, ºÀjºÀgÀ£À §¸ÀªÀgÁdzÉêÀgÀ gÀUÀ¼ É –
n.J¸ï.ªÉAPÀtÚAiÀÄå, £ÀA©AiÀÄtÚ£À gÀUÀ¼É – wÃ.£ÀA. ²æÃP ÀAoÀAiÀÄå, ªÀZÀ£À ¸Á»vÀå -
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1. d£À¥ÀzÀ –eÁ£À¥ÀzÀ: ªÁåSÁå£À, ¸ Àég ÀÆ¥À, ªÁå¦Û ªÀÄvÀÄÛ ªÀVÃðP ÀgÀt.
2. d£À¥ÀzÀ PÁªÀå: VÃvÉ, PÀxÀ£À PÁªÀå, ¯ÁªÀtÂ, RAqÀPÁªÀå, ªÀĺÁPÁªÀå – EªÀÅUÀ¼À ¸ ÀégÀÆ¥À,
®PÀët ªÀÄvÀÄÛ »£À߯É.
3. d£À¥ÀzÀ UÀzÀå:UÁzÉ, MUÀlÄ, LwºÀå, PÀxÉ - Eª ÀÅUÀ¼À ¸ÀégÀÆ¥À, ®PÀët ªÀÄvÀÄÛ »£À߯É.
4. d£À¥ÀzÀ gÀAUÀ¨sÀÆ«Ä: ¸ ÀuÁÚl, zÉÆqÁØl, AiÀÄPÀëUÁ£À (vÉAPÀwlÄÖ - §qÀUÀwlÄÖ) -
EªÀÅUÀ¼À ¸ ÀégÀÆ¥À, ®PÀët ªÀÄvÀÄ Û ¥ÀgÀA¥ÀgÉ.

¸ÀA±ÉÆÃzsÀ£É:
1. ¸ÀA±ÉÆÃzsÀ£É: CxÀð – ªÁå¦Û - ¥ÀæPÁg À.
2. ¸ÀA±ÉÆÃzsÀPÀ£À CºÀðvÉ: PÀÄvÀƺÀ®, ¥ÁæªÀiÁtÂPÀv É, ªÀÅåvÀàwÛ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ ªÀÄ£ ÉÆÃzs ÀªÀÄð.
3. PÉëÃvÀæ PÁAiÀÄð: ¸ÀégÀÆ¥À ªÀÄvÀÄ Û «zsÁ£À.
4. DPÀgÀUÀ¼À ¸ÀégÀÆ¥À :¥ ÀæzsÁ£À, ¥ÀÆg ÀPÀ, ¥ÀævÀåPÀë ªÀÄv ÀÄÛ ¥ÀgÉÆÃPÀë.
5. ¸ÀA±ÉÆÃzsÀ£À ¸ÁgÀ¯ÉÃR (Synopsis), ¸ÀA±ÉÆÃzsÀ£À ¯ÉÃR£À (Research paper),
¤§AzsÀ (Dissertation), ªÀĺÁ¥Àæ§AzsÀ (Thesis) – EªÀÅUÀ¼ À ¸ ÀégÀÆ¥ À ª ÀÄvÀÄ Û
ªÀåvÁå¸À.
6. ¸ÀA±ÉÆÃzsÀ£É: ¨sÁµÉ ªÀÄv ÀÄÛ ±ÉÊ°, GzÀÝgÀuÉ, Cr n¥ÀàuÉ, C£ÀħAzsÀ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ UÀæAxÀ¸ÀÆa.
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¸ÁvÀP ÀtÂð - ºÁ®gÁd), PÀzÀA§(ªÀÄAiÀÄÆgÀªÀªÀÄð – PÁP ÀÄv ÀìªÀªÀÄð), UÀAUÀ(zÀÄ«ð¤Ãv À
- ²æÃ¥ÀÄgÀĵÀ), ¨ÁzÁ«Ä ZÁ®ÄPÀå(EªÀÄär ¥ÀÄ®PÉò - EªÀÄär «PÀæª ÀiÁ¢vÀå),
gÁµÀÖçPÀÆl (ªÀÄĪÀÄär UÉÆëAzÀ – CªÉÆÃWÀªÀµÀð - £ÀÈ¥ÀvÀÄAUÀ-ªÀÄĪÀÄär PÀȵÀÚ),
PÀ¯Áåt ZÁ®ÄP Àå (¸ ÀvÁå±ÀæAi ÀÄ EjªÀ¨ ÉqÀAUÀ – EªÀÄär dAiÀĹAºÀ-DgÀ£ÉAiÀÄ
«PÀæªÀiÁ¢vÀå), PÀ®ZÀÆAiÀÄð (©dÓ¼À), ºÉÆAiÀÄì¼À («µÀÄÚªÀzsÀð£À – Eª ÀÄär §¯Áè¼ À),
«dAiÀÄ£ÀUÀgÀ (EªÀÄär(¥ËæqsÀ) zÉêÀgÁAiÀÄ – PÀȵÀÚzÉêÀgÁAiÀÄ), §ºÀªÀĤ (D¢¯ï±Á¬Ä
CgÀ¸ ÀgÀÄ), ªÉÄʸ ÀÆgÀÄ (aPÀzÉêÀgÁd – ªÀÄĪÀÄär PÀȵ ÀÚgÁd).
2. PÀ¯É ªÀÄvÀÄ Û ¸ÁA¸ÀÌøwPÀ PÉÃAzÀæUÀ¼ÀÄ:§£ÀªÁ¹, vÀ®PÁqÀÄ, ±ÀæªÀt¨É¼ ÀUÉƼÀ, ¨ÁzÁ«Ä-
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– ªÉÄʸÀÆgÀÄ.
4. ¸Á»vÀå ¤AiÀÄvÀPÁ°PÉUÀ¼ÀÄ:ªÁUÀÆãµÀt, dAiÀÄAw, dAiÀÄPÀ£ÁðlPÀ, fêÀ£ À, ¥Àæ§Äz ÀÞ
PÀ£ÁðlPÀ, ¥ÀjµÀvÀàwæP É, P À£ÁðlP À ¨ sÁgÀw, ¸ÁzsÀ£É, ¸ÁQë, ¸ÀAPÀæªÀÄt, IÄdĪÁvÀÄ,
¸ÀAZÀAiÀÄ, ºÉƸ ÀvÀÄ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ CgÀĺÀÄPÀÄgÀĺÀÄ
5. ¸Á»vÀå ¥Àæ±À¹ÛUÀ¼ÀÄ: eÁÕ£À¦ÃoÀ, PÉÃAzÀæ ¸Á»v Àå CPÁqÉ«Ä, gÁµ ÀÖçPÀ«, ¥ÀA¥À, PÀ£ÀPÀ-
¥ÀÄgÀAzÀgÀ, qÁ.UÀÄ©â «ÃgÀtÚ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ CwÛªÀĨÉâ.

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