HIGH TEACHERS RECRUITMENT BIOLOGY SYLLABUS

SYLLABUS FOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS RECRUITMENT
(for 8th  TO 10TH STANARD)
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BIOLOGY
Living World: Characteristics of Living organisms.: Plants, Animals and microbes.
Life process in plants,Transpiration,osmosis,diffusion,active transport,translocation of food and water,mechanism of opening and closing of stomata;theories,guttation,theories of water transportation,Trophic movementsphoto,geo,thigmo,hydro.
Photosynthesis-Factors
affecting photosynthesis.
Light and Dark reaction,Respiration(Aerobic and anaerobic),Factors affecting respiration, Cellular respiration steps(Glycolysis and Krebs cycle) Growth.Growth curve, Growth hormones,Factors affecting Growth,Experiments on plants growth. Reproduction(Vegetative,Asexual, and sexual in detail.) parthenocarpy in plants.
Life process in animals: Movement,Respiration,Circulation(heart.blood.blood vessels), Digestion (in detail)
Excretion(in detail),Control and co-ordination(Glands-exocrine and endocrine). Sense organs in human beings-in detail Natural resources: Meaning,Types,Classification,  Importance of soil(types),forest(forest ecosystem,diversity in forest),fossil fuels(different types),water,minerals and conservation.

PHYSICS SYLLABUS FOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS RECRUITMENT KARNATAKA

SYLLABUS FOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS RECRUITMENT
(for 8th  TO 10TH STANARD)
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SCIENCE – PM SUB: PHYSICS
1.Measurement,Units and dimensions:
• Fundamental and derived units, fundamental forces in nature, Measurement of longer distance objects like sun, planets etc, measurement of very small distances like size of atom , errors , types of errors, significant figures.
2.Magnetism:
• Magnetic field,properties of magnet, Biot-savart’s law, Ampere’s circuital law- applications, magnetic lines of force-properties. Solenoid , toroid, Cyclotron – applications, Force on current carrying
conductors,Magnetic materials- types and examples. Electromagnets , factors affecting their strength, permanent magnets.
3.Current Electricity:

BUSINESS STUDIES SYLLABUS FOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS CET

SECONDARY SCHOOL ASSISTANT MASTERS RECRUITMENT
BUSINESS STUDIES  Syllabus 8th, 9th & 10th
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 EVOLUTION AND GROWTH OF COMMERCE - Meaning of Economic activities
.Economic activities can be classified into three types(Business, Profession,
Employment).Meaning of Exchange .Meaning of Evolution and Growth of Commerce
.Meaning of Evolution and Growth of Commerce 6.Important stages of Evolution and
Growth of Commerce( Hunting and fishing , Pastoral, Agricultural, Handicraft, Barter
system (Lack of double co-incidence of wants, Lack of common measure of value,
Difficulty of sub-division), Money economy, Town economy, International trade .Role of
Business and Commerce in Economic Development, 8.Development of Commerce
during 21st century
BUSINESS – MEANING AND IMPORTANCE - Business objectives: Economic and
Social objectives, Meaning of Trade , Types of Trade- Home trade(Retailers -
Permanent shops, Mobile traders), Whole sealers, Foreign trade, Entrepot trade,
Meaning of Industry - Primary Industries (Genetic Industries, Extractive Industries),
Secondary Industries(Manufacturing Industries, Construction Industries),Meaning of
Cottage and small scale industries, Service for smooth conduct of business, Hindrance

ECONOMICS SYLLABUS FOR 8TH 9TH AND 10TH TEACHERS CET

SECONDARY SCHOOL ASSISTANT MASTERS RECRUITMENT
Economics Syllabus 8th, 9th & 10th
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Meaning of Economics: Importance of the study of the economics, economic activities,
production activities, consumption activities, exchange activities, distribution activities,
production-factors of production [land, labour, physical capital, human capital]
Natural Resources: Scarcity of resources, meaning of renewable and non-renewable
resources, meaning of deforestation and desertification, meaning of carrying capacity
climate change-factors influencing the climate, consequences of climate change,
prevention of climate changes.
Human Resources: Meaning of human resources, people has resources, population
growth, demographic transition- stages [Backward stage, developing stage, developed
stage] reproductive health quality and population.
Poverty and hunger: Who are poor, indicators of poverty, extent of poverty in India
[percentage] hunger and family, food security and eradication of poverty- measures or
economic development measures, implementation of specific poverty, provision of
minimum basic requirements and social security measures.

GEOGRAPHY SYLLABUS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL ASSISTANT MASTERS

Geography Syllabus– 8-9-10
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The Earth – Latitudes Longitudes Important Time zones. International Date
Line
Lithosphere - meaning – Importance – The Crust The Mantle – The core –
Land Mines in the World – Rocks – Formation – Types – Forces of the earth’s Crust –
Internal Forces – Volcanoes – types – Super Volcanic eruptions of the World – Volcanic
materials and Distribution – Earth Quakes – Causes – Distribution effects- External
Forces – Weathering – types – Denudation - Asserts of Denudation – River – Glaciers –
Underground water – Springs – Wind
Atmosphere – Meaning and importance – Composition – Layers of Atmosphere
– Elements of Weather – Temperature – Zones – Isotherms – Atmospheric Pressure –
Major Pressure belts of the earth – Wind – Types – Clouds – Types – Rainfall – Types
and Distribution – Difference between weather and climate. Factors affecting climate of
a place
Hydrosphere – Distribution of Water bodies – Relief features of the ocean Floor
– Temperature and Salinity of the ocean water – Ocean Currents – Types – Major
Ocean Currents of the World – Major fishing grounds – Tides – Types, Causes and
uses – Conservation of oceans
Biosphere – Meaning – Importance – Pollution – Types – Effects of Pollution –
Measures to control pollution – Global warming – Greenhouse effect Ozone Depletion –
Acid rain – Bio Diversity
Karnataka – origin – Location – Size – Geography
Physiographic Divisions – Coastal Plain – Malnad region – Maidan region
Climate – Soil – Natural Vegetation – Animal Resources
Water Resources – East Flowing and West Flowing rivers – Irrigation in
Karnataka – Hydro-Electric Power – Projects – River Water Disputes
Land Resources – Pattern of land use – Agriculture – Importance – Types of
Cultivation – Major Crops of Karnataka – Food Crops – Commercial Crops
Minerals Resources – Different Minerals – Distribution
Transport – Roads – States, National Highways – Railways – Kankan & Metro
– Air Transport – Water Transport – Ports
Industries – Major industries like Iron & Steel, Cotton Textiles – Sugar – Paper
– Cement – Industrial Regions – Information Technology – its centers
Major Tourist Centers – National Cultural Centers – Wildlife Sanctuaries –
Historical Places and Forts
Population – Size – Growth – Destiny – Sex Ratio Age – Literacy Ratio
India – ourmother land – India’s Position in the world- Latitudinal and
longitudinal position – neighboring Countries Physical Divisional in Details
Monsoon Seasons – features – Soils of India – Types of Soils – Soil Erosion –
Causes – Effects and Conservation – Soil management
National Vegetation – Distribution of forests – Conservation of Forests – Wild
life Sanctuaries
Water Resources – Irrigation – Types – Multipurpose River valley projects –
Major Hydro Electric power projects – Rain Water harvesting
Land use – Factors affecting the land use – Type of land use- Agriculture –
Types – Cropping pattern – Crop seasons – Major food crops – Commercial and
Beverage crops – ICAR-NIHR – Floriculture
Mineral and power Resources – Different Minerals and their types – Coal, Petro
and Atomic Minerals – Non Conservational energy sources – Solar – Wind –
Conservation of Energy
Transport System – Types – Importance – Parts and Airports
Major Industries of India – Industrial regions – Factors of Location and
Industries , Important Industries – Knowledge based Industries - IT – BT & AT
Communication – Types – Importance
Natural Disasters – Cyclones – Causes – Effects – Preventive Measures –
Floods – Causes – effects – measures to Control – Landslide – Causes – Effects –
Coastal Erosion – Causes – effects – Control. Earthquakes – Causes – Effects –
measures to Control

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SOCIOLOGY SYLLABUS FOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS RECRUTIMENT

Sociology Syllabus for 8 – 10
Man and Society – Man is a Social Animal, Socialization, Men and Language, Important
Socialists – Herbart Spencer, Maxwebber, Karl Marx, Emily Derkim.
Man and Culture – Meaning of the Culture, Cultural differences, Traditions – Customs
Sociology in Daily Life – Types of the Society. Hunters and food collectors Society –
Animal Husbandry’s Society – Farmers Society – Industrial Society – Features of these
Societies
Family – Meaning of the family, Features of a family, Types of Family
Socialization and Relation of Family – Meaning and importance of Socialization,
Factors influencing Socialization – Agents of Socialization – Family – Peers – Religion
– School – Mass Media – Neighborhood
Towns and other communities – Meaning characteristics of Town, Industrialization and
Urbanization, Rural Community and its features, Tribal community and its features
Social Stratification – Meaning of Social Stratification – Kinds – Discrimination,
Untouchability – Different Acts
Work and Economic Life – Meaning of labour, Division of labour and classes, paid work
and unpaid work, Labour discrimination, Unemployment and Remedies, Organized and
Unorganized Workers – Their problems

POLITICAL SCIENCE SYLLABUS FOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS RECRUITMENT EXAM KARNATAKA

Political Science Syllabus for 8 – 10

Meaning and importance of Political Science – Different Definitions
Citizen and citizenship – Meaning, Difference between Citizen & Alien. Measures to acquire
Indian citizenship – Methods – Citizen and Government
Democracy – Different types of government – Meaning – types and features of Democracy,
Merits and Demerits – Characteristics – Universal adult franchise, Election and process of
election – Political parties – Right to information
Local self government – Meaning – Aims and Functions, Composition of local self governing
bodies, GramaSabha –GramaPanchayat, TalukPanchayat, zillapanchayat – Urban local bodies
– MahanagaraPalike. Karnataka Panchayat Raj System, Divisions of Local government.
Our Constitution – Constituent assembly – Drafting Committee – Formation of Constitution,
Preamble of our Constitution, Features of Indian Constitution, Fundamental Rights and Duties,
Directive Principles of State Policy – Independent Judiciary system – Different Writs
Central Government – Legislature, Rajyasabha – Loksabha, Functions, Central Executive –
President, Powers of President, Vice-President, Prime Minister, Judiciary – Supreme Court and
High Court – Qualification – functions and powers – Emergency power
State Government – Legislature, Membership – Functions and Powers, State Executive –
Powers and Functions, Councils of Ministers, State courts and functions, Lokadalat
Defence of the country- Divisions of the Defence system, Army – Navy – Air-force – Defence
production, Defence – Research Development, Second line of Defence – Central Guards, B S
F , Civil Defence, Home guards, Red Cross – Armed forces and International Peace
National Integration – Meaning of Nationality – Unity in Diversity – Factors to promote National
Integration – Problems hindering national integration
Problems of India and Remedies – Communalism, Regionalism, Illiteracy, Corruption, Status of
the Women, Economic inequality, Over Population, Poverty, Profiteering, Smuggling –
Measures to check Problems
Foreign policy of India – objectives, Fundamental factors of Indian foreign policy
India’s relation with other countries – India with Pakistan, China, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka,
Russia, U S A
World problems and India’s role – Denial of Human Rights, Race of armaments Economic
Inequality, Racism, Terrorism
World Organizations – U N O, Aims and objectives of U N O, Organs and Functions of U N O,
Achievements of U N O, Specialized agencies of U N O – Regional Co-Operation.
Commonwealth of Nations – SAARC – European Union – ASEAN – Aims and Achievements of
each

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SOCIAL SCIENCE SYLLABUS FOR HIGH TEACHERS RECRUITMENT KARNATAKA

Arts Teacher
Social Science syllabus for recruitment of High School Teachers
– (for 8th, 9th & 10th )
History
Sources- Literary- Native & Foreign, Archaeological- Inscriptions, Numismatics,
Monuments, Oral traditions, Anecdotes
Physical features of India & Pre historic times
Ancient civilizations of India - Harappan culture, Vedic times, Later Vedic times
Ancient civilizations of the World- Egyptian Civilization, Mesopotamian civilization,
Chinese civilization, Greek, Roman & American civilization,
Rise of New Religions in India- Jainism- Parshwanatha, VardhamanaMahaveera
Teachings.Buddhism- Buddha & his teachings.
Greek invasion, Mauryas- Chandra Gupta Maurya, Kautilya, Ashoka- Mauryan
administration. Kushans

METHODOLOGY SYLLABUS FOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER CET KARNTAKA

 Secondary School Assistant Masters Grade II and Physical Education Grade I for the year 2014-15 Recruitment

METHODOLOGY: 50 Marks
Unit 1: Place of English in India – importance of English in present scenario
Unit 2: The Nature of language: meaning, definitions and functions, principles of
language teaching.
Unit3: problems of teaching and learning English.
Unit 4: Aims and objectives of teaching English.
Unit 5: Phonetic transcriptions
Unit 6: development of language skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing
(LSRW)
Units 6: Approaches, methods and techniques of teaching English.
a) Direct method, definition, principles, merits and demerits.
b) Bilingual method – definition, principles, merits and demerits.
c) Structural approach, definition, selection and gradation of structures,
advantages and disadvantages.
d) Communicative approach- meaning, definition role of teacher,
advantages and disadvantages.
e) Constructivism – meaning and use in teaching English.
f) Remedial teaching.

HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS EXAM ENGLISH LANGUAGE SYLLABUS

Language English SYLLABUS FOR 8-10 - HIGH SCHOOL
II paper – Marks 80 + 20=100
I. LANGUAGE USE (Grammar elements)-100
 Noun and its types- numbers, genders.
 Pronouns and its types- possessive pronoun and Apostrophe, relative
pronoun, reflexive pronoun - use and usage.
 Personal pronouns
 Prepositions
 Adjectives and its types-use and usage, comparison of adjectives
 Conjunctions- Correlative, compound – classes of conjunction
 Adverbials- use and position of adverbs, comparison
 Verbs: tense – time – aspects
 Auxiliaries
 Modals – functions and notions.
 Participles, gerunds, inflexions
 ‘to be’ form of verbs.
 Finite and infinite verbs.
 Transitive and Intransitive verbs.
 Verbs-strong and weak verbs
 Articles – uses and usage.
 Collocations.
 One word alternative for a phrase or a sentence
 Pronunciation – nature of sounds, vowels, consonants, stress, intonations.
 Cohesive devices – direct cohesive
 Syntax: subject- verb-object agreement. (syntax concord)
 Words used as different parts of speech
 Punctuations
 VOCABULARY: synonyms, antonyms, prefixes-suffixes, number, gender,
collocations, compound words, homophones (rhyming words), onomatopoeia
 Derivatives - primary and secondary
 Figures of speech
 Questions tags
 Phrases: Noun phrases, prepositional phrases – uses and usages.
 Idioms – uses and usages.
 Phonology: vowels, consonants, stress, intonation, organs of speech, nature of
sound.
 Articles
 Dictionary use
 Abbreviations

CET FOR PRIMARY TEACHERS RECRUITMENT KARNTAKA

TEACHERS RECRUITMENT CELL KARNATAKA

The Examinations for the candidates who passed TET Examination will be conducted by the department on 23 and 24th May 2015

Eligible candidates who applied for the post may download the application online

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