WBMSC SUBJECT EXAM DATE 2014, RESULT PERSONALITY TEST FINAL VACANCY

Subject Examination Re-scheduled to be held on 24th August 2014 (Sunday).

 
Admit Card will be available from 10th August, 2014 onwards.

Form no list for Subjective Examination of 6th SLST, 2013 FORM NUMBER LIST

Total marks of the Subject Examination will be 60, Each question having 2 marks.

Syllabus of the subject examination 2014 http://wbmsc.net/syllabus/

 

 

WBMSC TET 2014

Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) 2014 under West Bengal Madrasah School Service Commission.

WBMSC TET Exam Date 2014 is 8th June 2014 (Sunday).

Admit Card of TET Examination should be downloaded from 28/05/2014 By entering Application Form Number. 

Link of Admit Card http://wbmsc.com/
The last date of sale & receiving of Application Forms for 6th SLST, TET 2013 has been extended from 15.02.2014 to 18.02.2014.
Public Notice / Advertisement for Madrasah TET 2014

DOWNLOAD NOTICE: wbmsc_public_notice_2014

General information related to TET, 2013. wbmsc_general_information

TET Syllabus 2014

 

6th SLST 2013.  State Level Selection Test

For latest news about WBMSC visit the website www.wbmsc.net regularly.

THE WEST BENGAL MADRASAH SERVICE COMMISSION
Bikash Bhawan, 2nd Floor, East Block, Salt Lake,Kolkata- 700 091

PUBLIC NOTICE

Advertisement No. MSC-04         Date: 06.02.2013

It here by notified for general information that the 6th State Level Selection Test-TET,2013 (6th SLST) is scheduled to be held on 9th March 2014 (Tentative) for preparing panel of Assistant Teachers and Under Graduate Teachers in Recognized Govt. aided Jr. High/High/Higher Secondary/Senior Madrasahs in West
Bengal against the vacancies available and reported. The vacancies indicated are tentative i.e. which presently exist and those likely to occur within January 01, 2014 and be reported and the final reported vacancies in the posts of Assistant Teachers (including undergraduate teachers) for which the 6th SLST is being conducted shall be published during the publication of the result of the written examination.

Eligibility: Citizens of India may apply for a single subject in Undergraduate or in Pass or in Hons. /PG Category in Madrasah in prescribed form available from the designated branches of United Bank of India as mentioned below:

Essential Qualification: i) Bachelor’s Degree with Honors or Master’s Degree in the concerned subject from any UGC recognized University. For Biological Science a candidate must have Bachelor’s Degree with Hons./Post Graduate Degree in any of the subjects viz. Zoology, Botany & Physiology.

Desirable: i) B.Ed./B.T./P.G.B.T. from any recognized University or any Training recognized by the State Government as equivalent to B.Ed./B.T./P.G.B.T. from a Teachers’ Training Institution duly recognized by NCTE in the relevant academic session. ii) Knowledge in Islamic Studies and Culture.

A.1. Essential Qualification of Assistant Teachers in Theology/Advanced Arabic (Islam Parichay):
i) Kamil (Honors),B.A (Honors in Arabic) from Aliah University or MM/MF with Kamil or MM/MF with Kamil(General) from West Bengal Board of Madrasah Education / Aliah University.

ii)Knowledge in Islamic Studies and Culture.

A.2. Essential Qualification of Assistant Teacher in Computer Science(H-PG) category:
The candidate should possess any of the following Degree/Diploma.
(i) B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Science or M.Sc. in Computer Science or
(ii) BCA (Hons.) or MCA. or (iii) B.E./B:Tech. in Computer Science/Information Technology/Electronics and Computer Engineering or ME/M.Tech. in Computer Science/Information Technology/Electronics and Computer Engineering or (iv) B.Sc. in Information Technology (Major) or M.Sc./M.Tech. in Information Technology/MCA or (v) B.Sc. in Software System (Major) or M.Sc./M.Tech. in Software System/MCA. obtained as a ‘Regular Candidate’ from any College/University recognized by University Grants Commission and (vi)B.Ed. or other equivalent Degree from a recognized University.
A.3. Essential Qualification of Assistant Teacher in Computer Application(H-PG) category:
The candidate should possess any of the following Degree/Diploma.
(i) B.C.A. Hons M.C.A. or(ii) B.Sc. with Hons. in Computer Science or M.Sc. in Computer Science or
(iii) B.E./B.Tech. in Computer Science/Information Technology/Electronics and
Computer Engineering or M.E./M.Tech in Computer Science/Information
Technology/Electronics & Computer Engineering or (iv)B.Sc. with Computer Application as the Major subject or M.Sc./M.Tech. in Computer Application/M.C.A.or
(V) B.Sc. in Software System (Major) or M.Sc./M.Tech. in Information Technology/ M.C.A. or
(vi) B.Sc. in Software System (Major) or M.Sc./M.Tech. in Software System/M.C.A.
obtained as a “Regular Candidate” from any College/University recognized by university Grants Commission.

A. Posts in Hons./PG Category Page 2 of 6

Essential Qualification: i) Minimum marks required for appearing for TET Examination is 50% at Graduation or Master Degree level .Minimum educational qualification is required for appearing TET Examination is a Graduation Degree from any UGC recognized University along with minimum marks as stated above for Graduate Teacher in pass vacancy of class V to VIII.
Note: Candidates who score average 50% marks in the all subject studied (total marks / papers) in the graduation or master degree level and minimum educational qualification is required for appearing TET examination.

Desirable: i) B.Ed./B.T./P.G.B.T. from any recognized University or any Training recognized by the State Government as equivalent to B.Ed./B.T./P.G.B.T. from a Teachers’ Training Institution duly recognized by NCTE in the relevant academic session.   ii)Knowledge in Islamic Studies and Culture.

B.1. Assistant Teachers in Work Education:
Essential Qualification : (i) Bachelor’s Degree in General Stream in Arts/Science/Commerce from a UGC Recognized University with Post Graduate Basic Training from any Teachers’ Training Institution duly recognized by NCTE or Bachelor’s Degree in General stream in Arts /Science /Commerce with Work
Education as a Subject in Bachelor of Education in regular Course from a Teachers’ Training Institution duly recognized by the NCTE in the relevant academic session or (ii)Bachelor’s Degree in General Stream in Arts/Science/Commerce with Degree or Diploma in Arts and Craft from any UGC recognized University/ any UGC recognized educational Institution affiliated to any University or (iii) Bachelor’s Degree in Home
Science or Agriculture or Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or Information Technology or Software system from any UGC recognized University or (iv) Bachelor’s Degree in General Stream in Arts/Science/Commerce with Computer Science or Computer Application as a subject of at least 300 marks at
the degree level from any UGC recognized University.(v) Bachelor’s Degree in General Stream in Arts/Science/Commerce with Degree or Diploma in Tailoring and needle work (at least 2 year course) from any institution duly recognized by any UGC recognized University/from any UGC recognized University.
Desirable: i) B.T/B.Ed. /P.G.B.T from any recognized University or any Training recognized by the State Govt. as Equivalent to B.T/B.Ed. /P.G.B.T from Teachers’ Training Institution duly recognized by the NCTE in the relevant academic session.  ii) Knowledge in Islamic Studies and Culture.

B. 2. Assistant Teachers in Physical Education :
Essential Qualification : i) Bachelor’s Degree in General Stream of Arts /Science / Commerce with Post Graduate Basic Training / Degree/Diploma in Physical Education from a Teachers’ Training Institution duly
recognized by the NCTE in the relevant academic session.
ii)Knowledge in Islamic Studies and Culture.

C.1. Posts meant for Arabic:
Essential Qualification :
i) Fazil held from 1993 onwards of West Bengal Board of Madrasah Education or M.M. prior to 1998*. (ii) Knowledge in Islamic Studies and Culture.
ii) 50% marks or above in Higher Secondary or equivalent examination.
Desirable : (i) Junior Basic Training or any training recognized by the State Govt. as equivalent to Junior Basic Training from a Teachers’ Training Institution duly recognized by the NCTE in the relevant academic session.
C. 2. Posts meant for General Subject:
i)Essential Qualification : Higher Secondary from the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or equivalent.
B. Posts in Pass Category
C. Posts in Undergraduate Category Page 3 of 6
ii) 50% marks or above in Higher Secondary or equivalent examination.

Desirable : (i) Junior Basic Training or any Training recognized by the State Govt. as equivalent to Junior Basic Training from a Teachers’ Training Institution duly recognized by the NCTE in the relevant academic session.(ii) Knowledge in Islamic Studies and Culture.

Note: Co-Curricular activities: The candidates applying for Undergraduate Category must attach the self attested photocopies of the certificates mentioned below in support of Co-Curricular activities with the filled in Application Form:
(i) Certificate representing the district in State level games, sports, issued by district level sports authority. (ii) Certificate showing excellence in cultural activities representing the district in State level competitions issued by district level authority. (iii) Minimum ‘A’ certificate of National Cadet Corps. (iv) Certificate of successful participation in literating the illiterates by a district level officer, and (v) Diploma / Certificate in Music/Arts and Craft on completion of a course of at least one
year’s duration from any University / recognized Government institutions.

Information here under strictly for A,B, and C category

1. Age: Minimum: 20 years as on 01.01.2013 (i.e. not born after 01.01.1993)
Maximum : 40 years as on 01.01.2013 (i.e. not born before 01.01.1973)
Relaxation: Relaxable upto 55 years of age for approved teaching and non-teaching staff in recognized non-Govt. aided Madrasahs / Schools and Sr. Madrasahs approved by the West Bengal Board of Madrasah Education/West Bengal Board of Secondary Education /West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education.
2. Medium of instruction : . Candidates applying for Madrasah with particular language as medium must have that language of the medium as first or second or third language at any of the Secondary level or Higher Secondary level or must have succeeded at any subsequent higher level of education in that subject.

3. Tentative Examination Date (TET) : 29th March,2014
Note : Subjective Examination date will be announceed later on.

4. Visually handicapped candidates shall be allowed 15 minutes extra time (10 minutes extra time for undergraduate category) and separate sitting arrangement shall be made for them.
NOTE: (i) Visually Handicapped (VH) candidates may apply in prescribed form and the said form should collect from the commission’s office.

5. Medium of Answers: Questions will be set in English & Bengali.

6. Fees for examination: Application Form & Brochure: Rs. 300/- for General candidates, for Physically Handicapped Rs. 100/- and Rs.1000/- for general in-service teachers who avail the relaxation of age.

6. Syllabus & Qualifying Marks of TET: Syllabus and qualifying marks as per NCTE guidelines.

7. a. Date of collection of Application Form: 08.02.2014 to 15.02.2014 during Banking hours.
b. Date of Submission of filled in Application Form: 08.02.2014 to 15.02.2014 during Banking hours. Purchase and submission of application form must be in the same designated Bank.
Note: Before submission of the application form please visit website www.wbmsc.com for further information and test is purely provisional subject to verification of the candidate’s eligibility at various stages.

8. Personality Test :Letter of personality test will be issued to the selected candidates on the basis of academic score and marks obtained in TET (for PASS/H-PG category who applying class V to Class VIII standard) for Undergraduate category academic score and marks obtained in TET including score in Training & Co-curricular activities) to the extent of not exceeding 1.5 times of the advertised final reported vacancies Mediumwise, Subjectwise & Genderwise . All candidates will be considered against General Page 4 of 6 (unreserved) vacancies in terms of existing Govt. order (s) in Minority Affairs and Madrasah Education
Department, Govt. of West Bengal.

9. THE SCHEDULE OF TEST: The Test shall be held in one day of 11
/2 hours (One and half hours) duration comprising of one part (TET) all over West Bengal. Question Booklets for TET will be handed over to the candidates. The completed Question Booklets with Answer sheet(OMR) for TET will be
collected by the invigilators exactly after 11 /2 hours (One and half hours).
10. QUESTION: All questions in “TET” will be of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), each carrying one mark, with four alternatives out of which one answer will be correct. There will be no negative marking. The Test items for Language I will focus on the proficiencies in the elements of language, grammar and comprehension abilities related to the medium of instruction, (as chosen from list of prescribed Language options in the application form). The Language II will be from among the prescribed options other than Language I. The test items in Language II will also focus on the elements of language, grammar and comprehension abilities. Candidates must choose either Language BENGALI & ENGLISH OR Language
URDU & ENGLISH (ITEM NO.16.2 IN THE APPLICATION FORM)

NAME OF THE DESIGNATED BANK BRANCHES OF UNDITED BANK INDIA
DISTRICT BANK BRANCHES
BANKURA Bankura (Nutan Chati),Bishnupur,
BIRBHUM Bolpur, Suri, Rampurhat
BURDWAN Burdwan, Asansol, Katwa,Kalna,City Centre Durgapur
COOCHBEHAR Coochbehar, , Ghugu Mari, Dinhata,
DAKSHIN DINAJPUR Balurghat, Gangarampur
HOOGHLY Arambagh, Chinsurah, Srirampur
HOWRAH Howrah, Bagnan,Uluberia
JALPAIGURI Jalpaiguri
KOLKATA Dalhousi Square , CIT Road, Sealdah, Hazra
MALDA Malda, Kaliachak, Chanchol, Netaji Market
MURSHIDABAD Baharampur, Gora Bazar, Lalbagh, Jangipur, Kandi
NADIA Krishnanagar, Kalyani, Tehatta
NORTH-24 PGS Barasat (Nabapally), Habra, Barrackpur,, Basirhat, Minakha
PASCHIM MEDINIPUR Medinipur (Station Road), Sepai Bazar ,Ghatal, Belda, Jhargram,
PURBA MEDINIPUR Tamluk, Contai, Mecheda (Thermal plant)
PURULIA Purulia
SILIGURI Sevok Road, Siliguri
SOUTH-24 PGS Baruipur, Diamond Harbour, Amtala, Joynagar, Canning,
UTTAR DINAJPUR Raiganj, Dalkhola, Islampur

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TENTATIVE REPORTED VACANCIES IN MADRASAHS IN DIFFERENT SUBJECTS MEDIUMWISE &
GENDERWISE SUBJECT TO FINALIZATION IN DUE COURSE
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Tentative vacancies mean total include vacancies in teaching posts which presently exist and those likely to occur within 01 January, 2014 (Excepts RTE Post) and be reported. ‘General’ denotes vacancies in the posts of Assistant Teachers in Boys’ and Co-Education Madrasahs and ‘Female’ denotes vacancies in the posts of
Assistant Teachers in Girls’ Madrasahs.

Web Enabled admit card will be available from the commission’s website www.wbmsc.com from 05/03/2014 onwards. Candidate should put their application form number in the desired field and get the admit card.

For details visit Website: www.wbmsc.com

 

Official Website:  www.wbmsc.com

FINAL RESULT OF WBMSC

WBMSC Final Result of 5th SLST AT 2011 held on 2012, Result on 2013.

Final result, Counselling date, Vacancy List, List of Madrasah on official website :  www.wbmsc.com

Final result will be available on official website of West Bengal Madrasah Service Commission  www.wbmsc.com

Counselling will be done after publication of final result.

After counselling candidate will receive joining letter / appointment letter.

 

Best of luck.

WBMSC PERSONALITY TEST SCHEDULE 5th SLST(AT/UG) 2011

The West Bengal Madrasah Service Commission
Personality Test Schedule for 5th SLST(AT/UG) 2011
Venue: Bikash Bhawan, East Block, 2nd Floor, Kolkata – 700 091

 

The West Bengal Madrasah Service Commission
Personality Test Schedule for 5th SLST(AT/UG) 2011
Venue: Bikash Bhawan, East Block, 2nd Floor, Kolkata – 700 091
SubjectCode SUBJECT PT_DATE PT_BOARD PT_TIME
01 Arabic Madrasah(H/PG) 31/08/2013 2 11:00 AM
02 Arabic (H.S.)(H/PG) 01/09/2013 2 02:30 PM
03 Adv. Arabic (Islam Parichay)/Theology(H/PG) 31/08/2013 1 11:00 AM
04 Bengali(H/PG) 14/09/2013 1 11:00 AM
04 Bengali(H/PG) 14/09/2013 1 02:30 PM
05 Biological Science(H/PG) 01/09/2013 2 11:00 AM
06 Chemistry(H/PG) 01/09/2013 1 11:00 AM
07 Economics(H/PG) 07/09/2013 1 11:00 AM
08 Education(H/PG) 07/09/2013 1 11:00 AM
09 English(H/PG) 14/09/2013 2 11:00 AM
09 English(H/PG) 14/09/2013 2 02:30 PM
09 English(H/PG) 15/09/2013 1 11:00 AM
09 English(H/PG) 15/09/2013 1 02:30 PM
10 Geography(H/PG) 08/09/2013 2 11:00 AM
11 History(H/PG) 14/09/2013 3 11:00 AM
11 History(H/PG) 14/09/2013 3 02:30 PM
12 Home Management & Home Nursing(H/PG) 07/09/2013 1 02:30 PM
13 Islamic History(H/PG) 14/09/2013 3 02:30 PM
14 Mathematics(H/PG) 01/09/2013 1 11:00 AM
15 Nutrition(H/PG) 07/09/2013 1 02:30 PM
16 Philosophy(H/PG) 08/09/2013 1 11:00 AM
17 Physics(H/PG) 07/09/2013 2 11:00 AM
17 Physics(H/PG) 07/09/2013 2 02:30 PM
18 Political Science(H/PG) 08/09/2013 1 02:30 PM
19 Sociology(H/PG) 08/09/2013 1 11:00 AM
20 Statistics(H/PG) 01/09/2013 1 11:00 AM
21 Arabic (Madrasah)(Pass) 31/08/2013 2 02:30 PM
22 Adv. Arabic (Islam Parichay)/Theology(Pass) 31/08/2013 1 02:30 PM
23 Bengali(Pass) 15/09/2013 2 11:00 AM
24 Bio Science(Pass) 01/09/2013 2 11:00 AM
25 English(Pass) 15/09/2013 2 02:30 PM
26 Geography(Pass) 08/09/2013 2 02:30 PM
27 History(Pass) 14/09/2013 3 11:00 AM
27 History(Pass) 14/09/2013 3 02:30 PM
28 Physical Education(Pass) 15/09/2013 3 02:30 PM
29 Pure Science(Pass) 01/09/2013 1 02:30 PM
30 Work Education(Pass) 15/09/2013 3 11:00 AM
31 Arabic(UG) 01/09/2013 2 02:30 PM

Source:  www.wbmsc.com

TET SYLLABUS of WBMSC West Bengal Madrasah Service Commission

TET Syllabus of WBMSC

West Bengal Madrasah Service Commission

Paper II (for Pass/Honors/PG category) : 30 Marks
I. Child Development and Pedagogy 
Questions
a) Child Development (Elementary School Child)
• Concept of development and its relationship with learning
• Principles of the development of children
• Influence of Heredity & Environment & Religious thought.
• Socialization processes: Social world & children (Teacher, Parents, Peers)
• Piaget, Kohlberg and Vygotsky: constructs and critical perspectives
• Concepts of child-centered and progressive education
• Critical perspective of the construct of Intelligence
• Multi Dimensional Intelligence
• Language & Thought & Religious thought.
• Gender as a social construct; gender roles, gender-bias and educational practice
• Individual differences among learners, understanding differences based on
 diversity of language, caste, gender, community, religion etc.
• Distinction between Assessment for learning and assessment of learning; School-
 Based Assessment, Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation: perspective and
 practice
• Formulating appropriate questions for assessing readiness levels of learners; for
 enhancing learning and critical thinking in the classroom and for assessing
 learner achievement.
b) Concept of Inclusive education and understanding children with special needs
5 Questions
• Addressing learners from diverse backgrounds including disadvantaged and
 deprived with reference to social backgrounds .
• Addressing the needs of children with learning difficulties, ‘impairment’ etc
• Addressing the Talented, Creative, Specially abled Learners
c) Learning and Pedagogy Questions
• How children think and learn; how and why children ‘fail’ to achieve success in
 school Performance with reference to social factors.
• Basic processes of teaching and learning; children’s strategies of learning;
 learning as a social activity; social context of learning.
• Child as a problem solver and a ‘scientific investigator’ Alternative conceptions of
 learning in children; understanding children’s ‘errors’ as significant steps in the
 learning process.
• Cognition & Emotions
• Motivation and learning with reference to religious thought.
• Factors contributing to learning personal & environmental with reference to social
factors
II. Language I.                                                  30 Marks 
Questions
a) Language Comprehension Questions
Reading unseen passages- two passages one prose or drama and one poem with
questions on comprehension, inference, grammar and verbal ability (Prose passage
may be literary, scientific, narrative or discursive)
b) Pedagogy of Language Development Questions
• Learning and acquisition
• Principles of language Teaching
• Role of listening and speaking; function of language and how children use it as a
 tool
• Critical perspective on the role of grammar in learning a language for
 communicating ideas verbally and in written form;
• Challenges of teaching language in a diverse classroom; language difficulties,
 errors and disorders
• Language Skills
 Evaluating language comprehension and proficiency: speaking, listening, reading
 and writing
• Teaching-learning materials: Textbook, multi-media materials, multilingual
 resource of the classroom
• Remedial Teaching
III. Language- II 
Questions 30Marks
a)Comprehension Questions
Two unseen prose passages (discursive or literary or narrative or scientific) with
questions on comprehension, grammar and verbal ability
b) Pedagogy of Language Development
Questions
• Learning and acquisition
• Principles of language Teaching
• Role of listening and speaking; function of language and how children use it as a
tool
• Critical perspective on the role of grammar in learning a language for
communicating ideas verbally and in written form;
• Challenges of teaching language in a diverse classroom; language difficulties,
errors and disorders
• Language Skills
• Evaluating language comprehension and proficiency: speaking, listening, reading
 and writing
• Teaching-learning materials: Textbook, multi-media materials, multilingual
 resource of the classroom
• Remedial Teaching
Paper II (for Under Graduate category) : 30 Marks
I. Child Development and Pedagogy 
 Questions
a) Child Development (Elementary School Child)
• Concept of development and its relationship with learning
• Principles of the development of children
• Influence of Heredity & Environment & Religious thought.
• Socialization processes: Social world & children (Teacher, Parents, Peers)
• Piaget, Kohlberg and Vygotsky: constructs and critical perspectives
• Concepts of child-centered and progressive education
• Critical perspective of the construct of Intelligence
• Multi Dimensional Intelligence
• Language & Thought & Religious thought.
• Gender as a social construct; gender roles, gender-bias and educational practice
• Individual differences among learners, understanding differences based on
 diversity of language, caste, gender, community, religion etc.
• Distinction between Assessment for learning and assessment of learning; School-
 Based Assessment, Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation: perspective and
 practice
• Formulating appropriate questions for assessing readiness levels of learners; for
 enhancing learning and critical thinking in the classroom and for assessing
 learner achievement.
b) Concept of Inclusive education and understanding children with special needs
5 Questions
• Addressing learners from diverse backgrounds including disadvantaged and
 deprived with reference to social backgrounds .
• Addressing the needs of children with learning difficulties, ‘impairment’ etc
• Addressing the Talented, Creative, Specially abled Learners
c) Learning and Pedagogy Questions
• How children think and learn; how and why children ‘fail’ to achieve success in
 school Performance with reference to social factors.
• Basic processes of teaching and learning; children’s strategies of learning;
 learning as a social activity; social context of learning.
• Child as a problem solver and a ‘scientific investigator’ Alternative conceptions of
 learning in children; understanding children’s ‘errors’ as significant steps in the
 learning process.
• Cognition & Emotions
• Motivation and learning with reference to religious thought.
• Factors contributing to learning personal & environmental with reference to social
factors
II. Language I.        30 Marks 
 Questions
a) Language Comprehension Questions
 Reading unseen passages- two passages one prose or drama and one poem with
 questions on comprehension, inference, grammar and verbal ability (Prose passage
 may be literary, scientific, narrative or discursive)
b) Pedagogy of Language Development Questions
• Learning and acquisition
• Principles of language Teaching
• Role of listening and speaking; function of language and how children use it as a
 tool
• Critical perspective on the role of grammar in learning a language for
 communicating ideas verbally and in written form;
• Challenges of teaching language in a diverse classroom; language difficulties,
 errors and disorders
• Language Skills
 Evaluating language comprehension and proficiency: speaking, listening, reading
 and writing
• Teaching-learning materials: Textbook, multi-media materials, multilingual
 resource of the classroom
• Remedial Teaching
 
III. Language- II   Questions 30Mraks 
a)Comprehension Questions
Two unseen prose passages (discursive or literary or narrative or scientific) with
questions on comprehension, grammar and verbal ability
b) Pedagogy of Language Development
Questions
• Learning and acquisition
• Principles of language Teaching
• Role of listening and speaking; function of language and how children use it as a
tool
• Critical perspective on the role of grammar in learning a language for
 communicating ideas verbally and in written form;
• Challenges of teaching language in a diverse classroom; language difficulties,
 errors and disorders
• Language Skills
• Evaluating language comprehension and proficiency: speaking, listening, reading
 and writing
• Teaching-learning materials: Textbook, multi-media materials, multilingual
 resource of the classroom
• Remedial Teaching
(iv) Mathematic : Class X standard(For General UG) 30 Marks
OR
ARABIC (For Arabic UG)
Bengali
 
English
a) Prose : Packing-Jerome K. Jerome
b) Poetry : The Solitary Reaper : W. Wordsworth
Where the mind is without fear: Rabindranath Tagore
c) Grammar: Use of Article and Prepositions,
Voice Sentence forms : Simple, Compound, Complex
Arabic
A. Classical Prose
1. MajaniulAdab (PP. 107-121)
Text Book prescribed : University Arabic Selection : published by Calcutta University,
third edition( 1968)
B. Modern Prose
1. Nahadatul LughatilArabiya(PP.299-318)
Text Book prescribed : B.A. Pass Arabic Selection (Prose Part.II) published by Calcutta
University, First Edition (1968)
C. Classical Poetry
1. Al-babuthThalith(PP.224-230)
Text Book prescribed : B.A. Pass Arabic Selection : published by Calcutta University, T
Third Edition (1988)
D. Modern Poetry
1. Hafiz Ibrahim (PP.231-234)
Text Book prescribed: B.A. Pass Arabic Selection (Part II Poetry) published by Calcutta
University, First Edition (1963)
E. Grammar and Composition
1. Nahu (Syntax)-Bahathul Fe’l
2. Sarf (Etymology)
Topics : i) Bahathul ‘Hai ii) Bahatul Idgham iii) Bahathul Ibdal
Theology
1. Hadith (Tradition of the Prophet): Kitabul fitan (whole)
Text Book prescribed: Mishkatul Masabih
2. Tarikh-ul-Hadith (History of Hadith): History of Hadith Literature during the 2nd
Hijri Century
Books Recommended:
a) Tazkiratul Huffaz-part I by Shamsuddin Zahabi
b) Al Fihrist-by Ibnun Nadim
c) Bustanul Muhaddethin-by Shah Abdul Aziz
d) MeftahusSaadah-byTash Kubrih Zada
3. Tafsir:
From Surah Al-Maayedah to th e end of Surah Al-An’aam. Book
Prescribed: Tafsir-e-Jalalain
4. Tarikh-ut-Tafsir (History of Tafsir):
History of Tafsir Literature during 1st Hijri Century Books
Recommended:
a) Tabaqatul Mufassirin by Jalaluddin Suyuti
b) Meftahus Sa’adah-by Tashkubri Zada
Islamic Studies
1. Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence)
Kitabut Taharat, Salat, Saum, Kitabuz Zakat Text-Book Prescribed : Sharhul
Waqayah (Part-I & II)
2. Kalam (Meta Physics)
From beginning to the chasteness of the Prophets (i.e. Ismatul Ambia) Text Book
Prescribed : Fiqh-ul-Akbar
3. Faraid (Islamic Inheritance Law)
From Muqaddamah to the end of Fasal Fit-takharruj and Babur Rad Text Book Prescribed :
As-Siraji
(v) Environment Studies(Details given below )   30 Marks 
1: The multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies
• Definition, scope and importance
• Need for public awareness
2: Natural Resources:
Natural resources and associated problems.
(a) Forest resources: Use and over-exploitation, deforestation. Timber
extraction, mining, dams and their effects on forests and tribal people.
(b) Water resources: Use and over-utilization of surface and ground water,
floods, drought, conflicts over water.
(c) Mineral resources: Use and exploitation, environmental effects of
extracting and using mineral resources.
(d) Food resources: effects of modern agriculture, fertilizer-pesticide
problems, water logging, salinity.
(e) Energy resources: Growing energy needs, clean Energy e.g. Solar,
Wind etc. renewable and non-renewable energy sources, use of
alternate energy sources, case studies.
• Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources.
• Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles.
3: Ecosystems
• Concept of an ecosystem
• Structure and function of an ecosystem
• Producers, consumers and decomposers
• Energy flow in the ecosystem
• Ecological succession
• Food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids
• Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and function of the
following ecosystem:
a. Forest ecosystem
b. Grassland ecosystem
c. Desert ecosystem
d. Aquatic ecosystems (ponds, streams, lakes, rivers, ocean
estuaries)
4: Biodiversity and its conservation
• Introduction – Definition: genetic, species and ecosystem diversity
• Bio geographical classification of India
• Value of biodiversity: consumptive use, productive use, social, ethical
aesthetic and option values
• Biodiversity at global, national and local levels
• India as a mega-diversity nation
• Hot- spots of biodiversity
• Threats to biodiversity: habitat loss, poaching of wildlife, man wildlife conflicts
• Endangered and endemic species of India
• Conservation of biodiversity: In- situ and Ex- situ conservation of biodiversity
5: Environmental Pollution
Definition
• Causes, effects and control measures of:
a. Air pollution
b. Water pollution
c. Soil pollution
d.. Noise pollution
e. Nuclear pollution
• Solid waste management: Causes, effects and control measures of
urban and industrial wastes.
• Role of an individual in prevention of pollution
• Pollution case studies
• Disaster management: floods, earthquake, cyclone and landslides
6: Social Issues and the Environment
• Climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion, nuclear
accidents and holocaust..
• Environmental Protection Act
• Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act
• Water (Prevention and control of Pollution) Act
• Wildlife Protection Act
• Forest Conservation Act
7: Human Population and the Environment
• Population explosion – Family Welfare Programmes
• Environment and human health
• Human Rights
• Value Education
• HIV/AIDS
• Women and Child Welfare
• Role of Information Technology in Environment and Human Health
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WBMSC ARABIC MADRASAH (H/PG) SYLLABUS

SYLLABUS OF ARABIC MADRASAH (H/PG) WBMSC

West Bengal Madrasah Service Commission (WBMSC)

ARABIC MADRASAH (H/PG) SUBJECT CODE – 01

There shall be a paper of 60 marks. The syllabus, Distribution of marks and the pattern of questions shall be as followas:
1. Three questions each having two marks.
Translation /Explanation of an extract into Bengali or vowel signs from the following Hadith Sharif.
(a) Mishkat al-Masabih : Kitabul Iman, Ilim ,Kitab al-Salat, Kitabul –Janaiz & Kitabul Buyou only.
(b) Sahihul-Bukhari (Kitabul Magazi only)
(c) Sahih -Muslim ( Kitabul-birr was silah only)
2. Three questions each having two marks.
Explanation / Translation of the different verses of the Holy Quran into Bengali or vowel signs from the following commentaries:
Tafsir-e-Jalalain (Sura-e-araf, Anfal and Nahl)
3. Three questions each having two marks.
Usual al-Tafsir, Hadith and Fiqh.
(a) Second half of Al-Fauzul Kabir by Shah Waliullah.
(b) Sharhu Nukhbat al-Fikr.
(c) Musallam al-Thubut : from beginning to II Maqala.
4. Three questions each having two marks.
Fiqh :
Al-Hidaya : Kitab al-Riba. Rihan and Wasaya only.
5. Two questions from Kalam each having two marks.
IImul Kalam
(a) Second Half of Sharhu Aqaid Nasafi.
6. One question from each of History of Hadith, Tafsir, FIqh and Islam (Total four question ) each having two marks.
(a) History of Tafsir 4th Century A.H. only
(b) History of Hadith 5th Century A.H. only.
(c) History of Fiqh 4th Century A.H. only
(d) History of Islam Khulafa e-Rashidin to Khulafa-e Bani Umayyah.

7. Translation / Explanation of an extract or vowel signs from the followings :

B.A. Pass Arabic Selection Prose Part-II 1963 edition. And Arabic Hons. Course Published by C.U. 1976. Four questions each having two marks.
(a) Al-Iqab
(b) Al-Nahdat al-Lughat at-Arabiyyah
(c) Al- Ayyam
(d) Maqamat Al- Hariri — 1 to 2 Chapters.
8. Explanation / Translation of Different verses or vowel signs from the following poetry :
B.A. Pass Arabic Selection Poetry Part-II. Four question each having two marks.
University Arabic Selection 1976.
(a) Diwan-Al-Zuhair Pages 141 – 143
(b) Diwan Al-Mutanabbi : Qasidah Lamiya Pages 139 – 146
(c) Hafiz Ibrahim Pages 231 – 245
(d) Al-Shawqiyat : Al Hilal, Ayyuhan Nil.
9. Grammar. There will be four questions each having two marks
(a) Nouns and cases of nouns
(b) Number Singular & Plural
(c) Syntex : (I) Different kinds of sentences (II) Grammatical Analysis of any sentence or verse with vowel signs. (III) Mafail Khamsa, Hal, Tamiz, Huraf –e Mushabbah bil Fe’l etc.
(d) (I) Ilmul Bayan, Ilmul badi, Mukhtasarul Ma’ami by Taftazani (1st half)
(e) History of Arabic Literature from Pre-Islamic period to upto 1990 A.D. on the different aspects of life and works of the famous scholars, writers and poets etc.

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WBMSC ARABIC (HONS/PG) (H.S) SYLLABUS

SYLLABUS OF ARABIC (HONS/PG) (H.S) WBMSC

West Bengal Madrasah Service Commission (WBMSC)

ARABIC (HONS/PG) (H.S)[ CODE -02]

There shall be a paper of 60 marks. The Syllabus, distribution of marks and the pattern of questions shall be as follows:
1. Translation / Explanation of an extract into English or vowel signs from the following
B.A. Pass Arabic Selection Prose Part-II 1963 edition. And Arabic Hons. Course Published by C.U. 1976. Eight questions each having two marks.
(a) Al-Muntakhabatu Minal-Kashshaf   Pages 26 – 39
(b) Al-Muntakhabatu FiSirah    Pages 47 – 67
(c) Al-Muntakhabatu Min Muqaddamah    Pages 68 – 84
(d) Al-Iqab   Pages 175 – 20
(e) Al-Nahdatal-Lughatat-Arabiyya Pages 299 33
(f) Ala Hamish al-Sirah Book-I by Dr. T. Hossain
(g) Al-Ayyam –      do.
(h) Maqamat Al-Hariri ——- Introduction & 1 to 3 Chapters
(i) Ki-Tab Al-Fakhri upto IInd Chapter from beginning
2. Explanation /Translation of Different verses or vowel signs from the following poetry
B.A. Pass Arabic Selection Poetry Part-II. Eight question each having two marks.
University Arabic Selection 1976.
(a) Diwan-Al-Zuhair Pages 141 – 14@             [@ = missing digit may be any one of 0 to 9]
(b) Al-Mutanabbi: Qasidah Lamiya Pages 139 – 14@
(c) Abul Ala al-Maarri  Pages 168 – 18@
(d) Al-Muntakhabatu Min Diwani Ibnil Farid Pages 120 -12@
(Arabic Hons. Course Pub. by C.U. 1976) Pages 231- 24@
(e) Hafiz Ibrahim ages 286 – 30@
(f) Jamil Sidqi Al-Zahawi
(g) Al-Shawqiyat: Al Hilal, Ayyuhan Nil,
Al-Dimashq, Munajatul Ahram, Al-Riqqu Wal-hurriyyaat,
Masair-al-Ayyam, Dhikra Istibal al-Suriya & Tut. Ankh Amun
3. Grammar. There will be six questions each having two marks
(a) Etymology : (I) Verbs their measures and salient features
(II) Irregular verbs includes perfect (Sahih)
Hamzated (Mahmuz) Infirm (Mutal) Surb (Mudhaaf)
(b) Nouns and cases of nouns
(c) Number Singular & Plural
(d) Different kinds of Particles (Al-Huraf)
(e) Syntex: Different kinds of sentences (II) Grammatical Analysis of any sentence or verse with vowel signs. (III) Mafail Khamsa, Hal, Tamiz, Mushabbah bil Fil etc.

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WBMSC ADVANCED ARABIC (ISLAM PARICHAY)/ THEOLOGY (H/ PG) SYLLABUS

SYLLABUS OF ADVANCED ARABIC (ISLAM PARICHAY)/THEOLOGY (H/PG) WBMSC

West Bengal Madrasah Service Commission (WBMSC)

ADVANCED ARABIC (ISLAM PARICHAY)/THEOLOGY (H/PG) CODE – 03

There shall be a paper of 60 marks. The syllabus, Distribution of marks and the pattern of questions shall be as follows: .
1. Four questions each having two marks:
Translation/Explanation of an extract into Bengali or vowel signs from the following
Hadith Sharif.
(a) Mishkat al-Masabih : Kitab al-Iman, Kitab al-Salat, Kitabul-Janaiz & Kitabul Buyou
only, (b) Sahih al-Bukhari. (Vol-II only) (c) Sahih al-Muslim (Vol-I only), (d) Abu Daud
Sharif (Vol. II only)
2. Four questions each having two marks.
Explanation/Translation of the different verses of the Holy Quran into Bengali or vowel signs from the following commentaries:
Tafsir-e-Jalalain (Sura-e-araf, Anfal and Nahl)
3. Three questions each having two marks.
Usual al-Tafsir, Hadith and Fiqh.
(a) Second half of Al-Fauzul Kabir by Shah Waliullah. (b) Sharhu Nukhbat al-Fikr  (c) Musallam al-Thubut : from beginning to II Maqala.
4. Four questions each having two marks.
Fiqh :
Al-Hidaya : Kitab al-Riba. Rihan and Wasaya only.
5. One question from Kalam, One question from Balagat and one question from Mantique/ Hikmat each having two marks.
IImul Kalam, Balagat, Mantique & Hikmat :
(a) Second Half of Sharhu Aqaid Nasafi. (b) Sharhu al-Tahzib (Tasawoorat.) (c) Hidayat al-Hikmat (Ilahiyyat.) (d) Mukhtasar al-miani: from Musnad to Al-Maani.
6. Four questions each having two marks.
Arabic Literature:
(a) Prose (I) Maqamat: Forth Chapter. (II) Al-Ayyam upto 78 page from begining. Vol. 1  (b) Poetry (I) Muallaqa-e-Labid and Amr. bin Kulthum. (II) Diwan-e-Hafiz ; Itezar Ila Ahmad Shawqi and Ratha Al-Ustad Mohammad Abduh. (Ill) Jamil Sidqi Al-Zahawi: Ila Ahlil-Haq. (IV) Muqaddama Ibn-e-Khadun : Fi Ulum al-Lisan al-Arabiyya to End.
7. Two questions from each of History of Hadith, Tafsir & Fiqh & one question from each of History of Arabic literature & Islamic History each having two marks. (Total eight questions)
History of Tafsir, Hadith, Fiqh, Arabic literature and Islam:
(a) History of Tafsir 4th Century A. H. only, (b) History of Hadith 5th Century A.H. Only (c) History of Fiqh 4th Century A.H. only (d) Hsitory of Arabic Literature 10th & 1st half of 11th Century A.D. including Egypt and Spain (e) History of Islam Khulafae-Rashidin to Banu Umayyah.

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WBMSC BENGALI (HONS./PG) SYLLABUS

SYLLABUS OF BENGALI (HONS./PG) WBMSC

BENGALI (HONS./PG) [CODE-04]

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WBMSC BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE (HONS./PG) SYLLABUS

SYLLABUS OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE (HONS./PG) WBMSC

West Bengal Madrasah Service Commission (WBMSC)

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE (HONS./PG) [ CODE -05]

ZOOLOGY

Invertebrates:
1. Classification of major phyla upto subclass with examples.
2. Special features: Reproduction a Protozoa. Polymorphism of Siphonophira, Respiration in Arthropod. Nervous system in Gastropod. Water vascular system in Starfish.
Chordates:
1. Classification of Amphibians. Reptilians & Mammalians upto order with Examples.
2. Special features, Lateral sense organ in fishes. Non-poisonous and poisonous snakes. Heart and aortic arches, Brain in man Exoskeleton structures in bird.

Cytology, Histology & development Biology:
1. Structure & function of plasma membrane. Mitochondria, Golgi complex and Endoplasmic reticulum.
2. Nucleic Acids: DNA-Physico Chemical structure-replication, transcription & role in cell cycle, RNA types: Structure of RNA function & role in protein synthesis.
3. Histology of Liver, Pancreas and Kidney.
4. Histological technique: Fixation & Fixative. Outline classification of dyes.
5. Outline knowledge of Gametogenceis; Ultra structure of sperm & ovum.
6. Morphogenetic movements and fate map.
7. Concept of organizers in development.
8. Organogenesis: Development of eye in chick.
9. Placenta types, structure and functions in rodents.

Distribution, Evolutionary Biology & Systematics:
1. Zoogeographical realms and subdivisions & their characteristic fauna.
2. Chemical basis of Origin of life.
3. Modern concept of evolution-Neo-Darwinism and Harby-Weinberg equilibrium.
4. Adaptation types: Adaptive radiation & adaptive convergence in mammals: Desert adaptation,
5. Biological species concept.
6. Importance of classification; Principles of zoological nomenclature.
7. Modes ofspeciation-Sympatric, allopatric&parapatire processes.

Ecology, Animal behaviour, Biodiversity & Conservation:
1. Energy flow in the ecosystem.
2. Population Ecology: growth forms; regulation of population density.
3. Community ecology: habitat & niche concept. Resource partitioning, species diversity.
4. Ecological succession.
5. Instinctive and learning behaviour.
6. Complex behaviour: fixed action pattern; circadian, rhythm; migratory behaviour in bird.

7. Concept of biodiversity: Types of biodiversity & its importance mega diversity zones & Biodiversity Hotspots with special reference to India.
8. Concept of conservation: in situ and ex situ methods.
9. Wildlife conservations strategies.

Parasitology & Immunology:
1. Lifecycle, pathogenecity, clinical features & control of -Plasmodium vivax,and Wuchereria bancrofti
2. Mosquitoes as vector for disease transmission.
3. Classification of immunoglobin; acquired & innate immune system; lymphoid & myeloid cells in immune system: T & B cell co-operation: macrophage.

Genetics & Molecular Biology:
1. Cell cycle.
2. Allele concept, multiple allele (ABO blood group); pseudo allele; isoallele; allelic interaction.
3. Sex determination with special reference to Drosophila and Man.
4. Gene as a structural & functional unit — cistron concept; one gene-one polypeptide; sickle cell anemia; thalassemia.
5. Genetics and molecular biology of replication, transcription and translation.
6. Mutation-types, detection, molecular mechanism, chromosomal aberration.
7. Elementary idea of DNA finger printing, PCR, cloning, oncogene.

Animal Physiology & Biochemistry:
1. Enzymes: Classes, kinetics and factors affecting it.
2. Structure and function of haemoglobin.
3. Structure of mammalian nephron; Physiology of urine formation; osmoregulators & osmoconformer.
4. Nature, origin and propagation or nerve impulse along a neuron.
5. Transport of oxygen & Carbon dioxide in mammals.
6. Elementary idea of structure of carbohydrate, protein & lipid.

Endocruiology and reproductive biology:
1. Endocrine glands and hormones — classification of hormones, mechanism and effects of hormonal actions.
2. Hormonal regulation of gametogenesis in males and females of mammals, reproductive cycle in mammals.
3. Brief notes on Endocrine disorders, RIA, ELISA, cry preservation of gametes.

Environment Biology:
1. Nature, sources & effects of major pollutants of air & water; noise pollution. Applied Zoology:
1. Aquaculture: Induced breeding. Composite fish culture, Exotic fishes & their role. Freshwater & brackish water prawn culture.
2. Sericulture: Silk varsities in India; mulberry silkworm culture, diseases of silkworm and their control.
3. Biology & control of pests: Paddy pest (Scirpophegor in ortutus) Anomies sobulifra stored grain pest (Sitophilus oryzea) rodent pest (Bandicoota begabusi) Biological and Integrated Pest Management.
4. Animal husbandry: common dairy breeds (cow); techniques of dairy management (brief idea); common poultry breeds (fowl) rearing methods, diseases & control.

 

BOTANY


A. CELL:
(a) Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes: Characteristics, and differences with reference to their Nuclear and cell wall compositions.
(b) Structure, function and significance of cellular organelles and cell membrane. Chromosomes: Ultra-structures and chemical compositions.
B. PLANTANATOMY
Plant Tissue: Definition, Classification, Distribution and Functions including Mechanical tissues. Stele: Types & Evolution.
Normal and anomalous secondary growth in stems and roots in plants. Root-steam Transition.
C. ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT:
Divisions of ecology, ecological factors, ecological units; Energy flow in ecosystem; Ecological niche; General ideas about global warming; Eutrophication; Ozone depletion; Acid rain; Sustainable development. Afforestation -Process and significance; Briosphere Reserve. Pollution air, water and soil.
D. PLANT GROUPS:
1. ALGAE: Range of thallus structures; Economic importance (as food, fodder, fertilizer and sources of iodine, laminarine starch, phycocolloid, agar, algin diatomite.
2. FUNGI: Structure of cell wall, mycelium, spore forms reproduction types: Homo-and heretrohallism, Parasexuality. Economic importance.
3. BRYOPHYTES&PTERIDOPHYTES: Structural organization or gametophytes and sporophytes-a brief knowledge. Economic importance.
4. GYMNOSPERMS&ANGIOSPERMS: Structural organization of ovule, male and female gametophytes in cycas and pixus post-fertilization changes in embryo-sac in angiosperms.

E. PLANT PATHOLOGY:
Necrosis, hypo plastic and hyperplastic symptoms of plant diseases, mechanism of infection Disease control-a brief knowledge, with emphasis on chemical and biological control.
F. TAXONOMY:
Concept of artificial, natural and phylogenetic system of classification; Outline classification of Cronquist (1981). Role of Cytology and Phytochemistry in tamonomic studies. Diagnostic characters, evolutionary significance of the following families: Magnoliaceae, Nymphaeacea, Compositae (Asteraceae). Alismataceae, poaceae (Graminee) and Ochidaceae. ICBN-principles, rules of priority, effective and valid publication, brief note on cladistics. Functions of Herbaria and Botanical Gardens; Biodiversity and conservation-in-situ and ex-situ, Brief note on IUCN and Biosphere Reserves.
G.PALEOBOTANY:
Fossils — Types, processes of fossilization, Geological time scale.
H. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY:
(b) Preliminary ideas about acid, base, and buffer.

(c) Transpiration: Mechanism and factors affecting it.
(d) Role of mineral elements in plants.
(e) Photosynthesis: Photosynthetic pigments and their properties, photo- phosphorylation. Calvin cycle, C4-cycle & photorespiration, CAM.
(f) Respiration- Concept of fermentation in terms of Industrial Bio-technology, Glycolysis, pentose phosphate pathway, Kreb’s cycle and Electron transport system.
(g) Hormones-Role of auxin, gibberellins, cytokinnis, ethylene and abscistic acid in plant growth and development.
(h) Enzymes: Definition; Properties of Enzymes, and types of enzymes.
I. PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY:
General Chemistry of carbohydrate, protein and fat. J.
CYTOGENETICS & PLANT BREEDING:
Cell Cycle – Definition and different phases. Mendelism, Linkage and Crossing over -Types with examples Chromosome aberration, Aneuploidy, Euploidy; Gene Mutation -Definition, types and importance, Gene regulation (Operation concept), genetic
code, protein synthesis, Brief Knowledge about Transposon. Oncogene, Gene cloning, Gene transfer ,PCR. Definition, methods and importance of mass selection, pureline selection, hybridization and hybrid vigour. Tissue culture- Definition, Types and Prospects in
Agriculture and Forestry.
K. PHARMACOGNOZY:
Active principles, macroscopic, microscopic characters and uses of the following drug-yielding plants: Azadirachta (neem) Andrographis (Kalmegh), Rauvolfia.
L. MICROBIOLOGY:
Virus: general properties, structure of bacteriophage; concept of Plasmid. Electron microscopic structure of a bacterial cell. Development of endospore. Process of Transduction. Nutritional groups of Bacteria (Photo-autotroph. Chemoautotroph, Photoorganotroph and Chemoorganotroph).

PHYSIOLOGY

1. Cellular Physiology:
Molecular structure of cell membrane and mitochondria. Enzymes . Properties, mechanism and kinetics of action, regulation of enzyme action, enzyme inhibitors.
2. Biochemistry & Metabolism:
Chemistry of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and nucleic acids. Metabolic pathways -glycolsis, HMP shunt, TCA cycle, beta-oxidation of fatty acids, glycogenesis choleseterol synthesis, protein synthesis, purine and pyrimidine biosynthesis. Hormonal regulation of
metabolic pathways. Oxidative phosphorylation.
3. Nutrition & Dietetics:
Digestion and absorption of nutrients, composition, functions and regulations of salivary juice, gastric juice, pancreatic juice and bile, Balanced diet, RDA, BMR, RQ, Specific dynamic action. Calorie value of foods, Biological value of proteins, NPU Vitamins -sources, functions, deficiency symptoms, hypervitaminosis, antivitamins. Minerals . functions and deficiency symptoms. Undernutition and overnutrition. Diet chart formulation for adult person and pregnant woman.

4. Body fluid and Immunology:
Composition and functions of blood. Buffers in blood and regulation of blood pH. Coagulation of blood. Blood Groups. Formation, circulation and functions of lymph and tissue fluid. Immunity -Innate and acquired immunity, Humoral an cell mediated immunity. Hypersensitivity, Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome.
5. Heart & Circulation:
Heart rate and its regulation. Cardiac output-measurementand factors affecting. ECG-normal ECG, leads, vectocardiogram. Blood pressure-vasomotor centres, vasomotor reflexes, capacitance and resistance vessels. Molecular mechanism of vasoconstriction and vasodilatation. Hypertension, arterial and venous pulse. Peculiarities of coronary of coronary and cerebral circulation.
6. Respiration:
Volumes and capacities of lungs, Mechanics of breathing-lung compliance, intrathoracie & intrapleural pressure, surfactant, work of breathing, Hypoxia, Oxygen toxicity Neural centers and reflexes regulating respiration.
7. Physiology of Excitable Tissue:
Molecular mechanism of contraction and relaxation of different types of muscles, Sarcotubular system and excitation -contraction coupling. Different elastic components of muscles, Heat production in muscles during activity. Nerve impulse. Compound action potential of nerve. Membrane current and conductance. Voltage gated channels, molecular basis of synaptic transmission. Electron microscopic structure of my neural junction-active zones, gutter, post synaptic receptors, EPP, MEPP.
8. Nervous System:
Stretch reflex, inverse myototic reflex, muscle spindle, propiospinal reflex, spinal shock, Structure, connections and functions of cerebellum, basal ganglia, thalamus, Hypothalmic control of food and water intake, neuro-endocrine functions. Functions of association cortex, Asymmetric functions of cerebral cortex, Functions of limbic system, Neural basis of memory. Sleep and REM Sleep. Impulse transmission in autonomic ganglia. Molecular basis of autonomic neural activity on effector organs.
9. Special Senses:
Receptors as biological transducer, Muller’s law of specific nerve energies, Transduction mechanism in rods and cones, auditory hair cells, gustatory and olfactory Neural basis of sensory coding . Pitch And loudness perception, odor and taste discrimination,
physiology of colour vision, visual acuity.
10. Renal Physiology:
Histological structure of nephron and filtering membrane, glomerular filtration, counter current exchanger and multiplier. Physiological mechanism of tubular reabsorption and secretion. Diuresis. JG apparatus.
11. Endocrine system and Chronobiology:
Physiological functions of the hormones – pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, pancreas, adrenal. Cell signaling mechanism of hormones – cAMP, IP3 , DAG, Tyrosine kinase, Jak-STAT Pathway. Hypo and hyperactive states of endorcrine glands- Acromoegaly, Frolich’s Syndrome, hashimoto’s disease, Curshing’s syndrome, Pheochromocytoma, Biorhythm, Zeitgeber, Free running rhythms, Cardian rhythm in adrenal, pineal and sleep-wake behaviour, neural basis of single and multiple oscillators of cardian rhythm
jet-lag..

12. Reproductive Physiology: Hormonal control of ovulation. Physiology of implanation, Hormonal control of preganancy and lactation, Spermatogenesis and its hormonal control. Control of fertility and population.

13. Exercise and Sports Physiology: Maximum aerobic power and factors affecting it. Excess post exercise oxygen consumption (EPEOC). Effect on training on physiological systems. Anaerobic threshold. Anaerobic capacity. Anaerobic and aerobic requirements in different sports activities.

14. Body temperature Regulation: Structure of skin, composition of sweat, channels of heat loss and gain. Neural and humoral control of body temperature.

15.  Environmental Physiology: Physiological changes in extreme environment: Hot, Cold, Hypobaric and Hyperbaric conditions. Heat stress. Acclimatization in high altitude, hot and cold environment Cardiovascular and respiratory effects of positive and negative G-Forces, Noise pollution and its impact on human life, Ionizing radiation hazards, Toxicology of industrial wastes-diseases due to excess accumulation of Pb, Hg and Cd in body. Addiction to tobacco, alcohol and narcoties, Over population . its causes and effects

16. Biomedical Instruments: Basic principles and uses of following instruments: UV – Spectrophotometer, ECG, EMG, EEG, Pulmonary function analyzer, CT Scan, MRI, Ultrasonography (USG), Dialyser, Pacemaker, Endoscopy.

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