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Economics Syllabus for Primary Teachers Exam Karnataka

Economics  Syllabus for Graduate Primary School Teachers for Classes 6 to 8 for SOCIAL SCIENCE

Paper II
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 nonrenewable
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 povertymeasures
or economic development measures, implementation of specific
poverty, provision of minimum basic requirements and social security measures
 Economic structure: Meaning of structural transformation; Source of income;
Source of employment; Meaning of static and dynamic economy.
 Sectors of Indian Economy : Meaning of primary sector , Secondary sector
,Tertiary sector;
 Money and Credit:- Meaning of money ,Evolution of money ,Meaning of Barter
System , commodity money , Metallic money , Paper money , Bank money ,
Credit and Debit Card;
 Importance of Banks , Types of Banks: Industrial banks , Exchange Banks,
Saving Banks , Co-operative Banks and Land mortgage Banks ; Meaning of
deposits of commercial banks, Current account deposits, Saving deposits, Fixed
deposits ; Reserve Bank of India ; Functions of RBI : Monopoly of note issue,
ACTS as banker to Government , Bankers Bank , Acts as National clearing
house, Acts as the controller of credit, Custodian of Foreign Exchange reserves,
Publishes the economic statistics and other information, Promotion of Banking
habits, Facilities of Agriculture.
 Labour and Employment- Meaning of Labour, Features of Labour, Importance
of Labour ,Types of Labour, Division of Labour: Advantages and
Disadvantages of division of labour; Gender dimension of labour, Meaning of
productive Labour , Reproductive Labour, Abolition of Bonded Labour,
Abolition of Child Labour; Employment, Unemployment, NSSO classification:
Usual status, Weekly status, Daily status; Meaning of Youth Unemployment,
Types of Unemployment, Disguised Unemployment , Seasonal Unemployment,
Voluntary Unemployment.
 Economy & government-Planning in India- History of Planning- Five year
plans- Achievements of Five year plans- Green revolution-
 Public finance & Budget- Meaning & importance of Public finance- BudgetPublic
expenditure- Capital expenditure- Public revenue- Capital receiptsFiscal
defecit, GST, Demonetization
 ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Meaning of entrepreneur, Meaning of

entrepreneurship, Characteristics of an entrepreneur, Functions of entrepreneur,
Role and Importance of an entrepreneur, Importance of entrepreneur, Self
employment opportunities for entrepreneurship, Self employment schemes
 INSURNACE -Meaning of insurance, Importance of insurance, Need for Life
insurance, Terms use in insurance - Policy, Claims, Premium, Difference
between life insurance and general insurance,
 GLOBALIZATION OF BUSINESS - Meaning of Globalization, Factors that
are included in Globalization, Characteristics of Globalization, Merits of
Globalization, Demerits of Globalization, Meaning of World Trade
Organization (WTO), Major functions of WTO, Additional function of WTO
 Development: Meaning of development and underdevelopment; Income
indicators of development; Human development indicators; General related
development.
 Accounting in Business - Meaning of Accounting, Definitions of Accounting,
Features of Accounting, Need for Accounting, Merits of maintaining accounts,
Types of maintaining accounts (Accounting system)
 Economy and Government: Relation between government and economy;
Planning in India, five year plans and achievements; Green revolution;
Liberalization, Globalization and Privatization

Exam Structure
Section 1 – Multiple Choice Questions
Marks – 50
Duration – 1 hour
Section 2 - Short and Long answer type questions
Marks – 100
Duration – 2 hours

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Business Studies Syllabus for Teachers Exam

Business Studies Syllabus for Graduate Primary School Teachers for Classes 6 to 8 for SOCIAL SCIENCE

Paper II
Business Studies
 Evaluation and growth of Commerce-Economic Activity, Exchange, Commerce
in 21st century, Globalization.
 Business- Trade, Industry and Services, Business Ethics and Social
Responsibilities, Marketing Management, Banking Operations, Insurances,
Entrepreneurship.
 Formation of Small and Large Scale Business Organization.
 MARKETING -Meaning of marketing, Functions of marketing - Buying and
assembling, Transportation, Selling, Storage and warehousing, Market research,
Standardization, Grading, Branding, Insurance, Importance of marketing,
Standard of living, Consumer satisfaction, Employment opportunity, Resources,
International marketing, Economic development, Marketing Mix - Meaning of
marketing mix, Importance of marketing mix, Four forces of marketing mix,
Product mix, Price mix, Production mix, Place mix, Meaning of distribution
channel, Types of distribution channel - Direct distribution or direct selling,
Indirect distribution or indirect selling - Producer – Retailer – Consumer,
Producer – Wholesaler – Retailer – Consumer, Producer – Agent - Wholesaler –
Retailer – Consumer, Producer – Wholesaler – Consumer, Consumer rights and
the functions of consumer forums - Meaning of consumer, Functions of
consumer - Consumer protection, Consumer rights, Consumer protection acts
rights - Right to be protected, Right to information, Right to choice, Right to be
heard, Right to seek redressal, Right to consumer education, Right to stop
exploitation, Right to healthy environment, Consumer disputes redressal
agencies - District forum, The state commission, The national commission

Exam Structure
Section 1 – Multiple Choice Questions
Marks – 50
Duration – 1 hour
Section 2 - Short and Long answer type questions
Marks – 100
Duration – 2 hours

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Geography Syllabus for Primary School Teachers Exam 2017- Karnataka

Geography Syllabus for Graduate Primary School Teachers for Classes 6 to 8 for SOCIAL SCIENCE

Paper II
Geography
 Our Mother Planet- Earth, Solar System, Latitudes and longitudes Major Land
forms, Climate and Vegetation. Time Zones, International Date line.
 Lithosphere, Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, Biosphere, Natural Resources, Human
Resources-Poverty and Hunger
 Karnataka –Location, Size, Geography, Physiographic divisions, Climate,
Water resources, Land Resources, Mineral Resources and it’s distributions.
 Transportation-Roads, Railway, Air transport, Water transport- Ports.
 Asia-Land of Contrast, Europe-Peninsula of Asia, Africa-Central Continent,
North America-Land of Prairies, South America Land of Andies, AustraliasFlattest
Continent, Antarctica-White Continent.
 Industries-Major industries like Iron & Steel, Cotton Textiles-Sugar-PaperCement-
Industrial Regions-Information Technology-its centers. Major
Industries of India-Industrial regions-Factors of Location and Industries,
Important Industries– Knowledge based Industries - IT -BT & AT
 Major Tourist Centers-National Cultural Centers-Wildlife SanctuariesHistorical
Places and Forts
 Population-Size-Growth-Destiny-Sex Ratio Age -Literacy Ratio
 Monsoon Seasons-features-Soils of India-Types of Soils-Soil Erosion-CausesEffects
and Conservation-Soil management
 National Vegetation-Distribution of forests-Conservation of Forests-Wild life
Sanctuaries
 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

Exam Structure
Section 1 – Multiple Choice Questions
Marks – 50
Duration – 1 hour
Section 2 - Short and Long answer type questions
Marks – 100
Duration – 2 hours

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POLITICAL SCIENCE SYLLABUS FOR TEACHERS EXAM


 National Integration-Castism, Communalism, Regionalism, National Anthem,

Syllabus for Graduate Primary School Teachers for Classes 6 to 8 for SOCIAL SCIENCE

Paper II
Civics /Political Science
 Constitution of India-Directive Principles, Fundamental Rights and duties.
 Our Government-Union Government and State Government, Organs- executive,
Legislative, Judiciary- Center and State Powers and functions.
 Our Defence Forces-Army, Navy and Air force, BSF, Home Guards, Coastal
Guards, NCC, Red Cross.
National Symbol, National Festival,
 Social and Economic Problems and Remedies, India and Neighbors, World
Organizations- UNO and it’s Organs, India and UNO, IMF, ILO,
UNCTAD,WTO, Common Wealth, SAARC, European Union, ASEAN, OAU,
India’s Foreign Policy.
 Human Resources, Population and it’s effects. Poverty, Gender, Religion and
Caste System, People as Resources- Economic Activities, Health and
Education, Unemployment, Poverty alleviation Programmes, Sectors of Indian
Economy, Globalization and Nationalization.

 Rural Development-Citizens and Citizenship, Democracy, Local Self
Government-Panchayath Raj Institutions, National Integration.
Organizations- UNO and it’s Organs, India and UNO, IMF, ILO, UNCTAD,WTO, Common Wealth, SAARC, European Union, ASEAN, OAU, India’s Foreign Policy.
 Human Resources, Population and it’s effects. Poverty, Gender, Religion and Caste System, People as Resources- Economic Activities, Health and Education, Unemployment, Poverty alleviation Programmes, Sectors of Indian Economy, Globalization and Nationalization.
 Rural Development-Citizens and Citizenship, Democracy, Local Self Government-Panchayath Raj Institutions, National Integration.

Exam Structure
Section 1 – Multiple Choice Questions
Marks – 50
Duration – 1 hour
Section 2 - Short and Long answer type questions
Marks – 100
Duration – 2 hours

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HISTORY SYLLABUS FOR TEACHERS RECRUITMENT EXAM

Syllabus for Graduate Primary School Teachers for Classes 6 to 8 for SOCIAL SCIENCE

Paper II
History
 Sources of History – Literary-Native and Foreign, ArcheologicalInscriptions,
Numismatics, monuments, Oral Traditions, Anecdotes,
 Physical features of India & Pre historic times-Old Stone Age, Microlithic
Age, Neolithic Age, Metal Age.
 Ancient civilizations of India-Vedic Age, Harappan culture, Vedic and
later Vedic times.
 Ancient civilizations of the world- Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Chinese,
Greek, Roman and American Civilization.
 India and outside world-Rise of Christianity and Islam crusades, Arabs,
Mongols, Turks cultural and trade contacts.
 Rise of new religions in India- Jainism, Buddhism and its teachings.
 India and the world – Advent of Europeans, Renaissance, Humanism, Art
and Architecture Science, Reformations, Geographical Explorations,
Europeans in India-Portuguese, Such, English East India Company, French
East India Company. Kannada speaking regions during Colonial Rule,
Folk History.
 Greek invasion, Mauryas -Chandraguptha Maurya, Kautilya, AshokaAdministration,
Kushanas.
 Prominent kingdoms-Guptas, Vardhanas, Cholas, Shathavahanas,
Kadhambas, Gangas, Chalukyas, Bahami, Pallavas of Kanchi. Rastrakutas,
Kalyani Chalukyas, Hoysalas- Their contributions, literatures, Art and
Architecture.
 Religious Reformers of India- Shankaracharya, Ramanujacharya,
Madvacharya, Basaveswara-their works, Philosophy, teaching, literary
development.
 Bhakthi Movement-Chaithanya, Gurunanak, Meera Bai, Sufi Sints and
Chistis.
 Europe in the middle ages-Feudalism-Merits and demerits, Decline of
Feudalism. Modern Europe-Renaissance, Geographical Explorations,
Reformations, Industrial Revolutions.
 Revolutions and the Rise of Nations States-American war of
Independence, French Revolutions, Unification of Italy and Germany.
 India from 9th to 14th century AD-Rise of Rajaputs, Turkish, Mohammad
Ghazani, Mohammad Gori, Delhi Sultanate, Slave Dynasty, Khilji, Rulers,
Tuglaq rulers, Lodhi Dynasty- Their administration, Art and Architecture,
Social Systems, Military Reforms.
 Vijayanagar Dynasty- Sanghama, Saluva, Tuluva, Aravidu, DynastyRulers
Contributions towards their administration, Art and Architecture,
Social Systems, Military Reforms.
 Bhahumani Dynasty-Mohammad Gavan, Rise of new kingdoms, decline of
Bhahumani and their administration, Art and Architecture, Social Systems,
Military Reforms.
 Mughal Dynasty-Babar, Humayun, Akbar, Jahangir, Shershah,
Shahajahan, Aurangzeb, decline of Mughals and their administration, Art
and Architecture, Social Systems, Military Reforms.
 Peshawas, Nawabs of Carnatic, Carnatic wars, Nawabs of Bengals,- Battle
of Palssey. Maratas-Shivaji-Their Life and achievements, administrative
systems, Military Reforms.
 Rise of the English-British rule in Bengal-Robert Clive, warren HastingsBuxar
war, Anglo Marata war, Anglo Sikh war, Anglo Mughal war, British
administration, Revenue, Military and Political, Hyder Ali and Tippu
Sultan-Anglo Mysore war and their administration, Art and Architecture,
Social Systems, Military Reforms
 Political Developments in Karnataka-Unification, Social Movements,
Barder water environment, Women, Peasant and Dalit Movements etc
 Social Economic Developments in Karnataka-Land Reforms, Mass
Communication, IT-BT revolutions, Agriculture, Industry, Infrastructure
development.
 Reforms during British Rule- 1 Civil Service, Military, Judiciary,
Economy-Land revenue Policy, the permanent Settlement, Mahalwari and
Ryothwari System, Industry and trade, English Education.
 Growth of Nationalism-Social Reforms-Brahma Samaja, Prartana Samaja,
Satyashodhaka Samaja, Arya Samaja, Theosophical Society, Narayana
Guru Movement, Aligarh Movement.
 Growth of Nationalism-First war of Indian Independence-Foundation of
Indian National Congress, Muslim League, Extremists and Moderates,
 Pase 1-1885 to 1905
 Pase 2- 1905 to 1920
 Gandhi and his experiments, Quit India Movement and India’s
Independence, Partition, India after Independence.
 Political Dimension of 20th century-Russian Revolution, World War-1 and
World War-2 and it’s Impact, Rise of Dictators, Cold War, Chinese
Revolution, Rise of USA.

Exam Structure
Section 1 – Multiple Choice Questions
Marks – 50
Duration – 1 hour
Section 2 - Short and Long answer type questions
Marks – 100
Duration – 2 hours


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BIOLOGY SYLLABUS FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS RECRUITMENT EXAM 2017

BIOLOGY  Syllabus for Graduate Primary School Teachers for Classes 6 to 8

Paper II
BIOLOGY
 Living World: Characteristics of Living Organisms: Plants, Animals and microbes.
 Life processes in plants: Transpiration, osmosis, diffusion, active transport, translocation of
food and water, mechanism of opening and closing of stomata; theories, guttation, heories of
water transportation, Trophic movements-photo, geo, thigmo, hydro.
Photosynthesis-Factors affecting photosynthesis., Light and Dark reaction, Respiration
(Aerobic and anaerobic), Factors affecting respiration, Cellular respiration steps (Glycolosis
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.
 Reaching the age of adolescence: Changes at Puberty, Role of hormones in initiating
reproductive function, Sex determination, types of hormones
 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.
 Food: Meaning, importance, Nutrients. Components of food-types, functions, examples.
Simple tests for Carbohydrates, fats and lipids Concept of balanced diet, deficiency diseases
– Why do we fall ill? – Health and hygiene, diseases and their causes, types of diseases -
infectious and non-infectious, prevention of diseases, Immunisation., Adulteration of food-
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Meaning, causes, effects, Tests to find out some common adulteration of food (Act regarding
adulteration).
 Ecology: Components (biotic, abiotic), biomes-types. Interaction between biotic and abiotic
factors.
 Soil erosion: Meaning, causes, effects, soil conservation methods.
 Pollution: meaning, types (Air, Water. soil, Sound, radioactive), causes, effects, controlling
measures.
 Water: Importance, management, rain water harvesting, conservation.
 Green house effect: Meaning, importance, green house gases, Global warming-causes,
effects.
 Eco system: Components, trophic levels, food chain, food web, Ecological pyramids,
importance. Biological fixation of nutrients.
 Cytology: Plant cell and animal cell-Differences, Cell organelles, functions, Cell division
(mitosis and meiosis)
 Classification of organisms: 2,3,4,5 kingdom classification., Detailed study of monera,
protista, Mycota, Plantae & animalia. , Hirerchy of clasification and examples.
 Micro Organisms Types (Virus, Bacteria, Fungus, Protozoans), Beneficial and harmful
micro organisms, Examples (Common diseases caused by them).
 Evolution: Theories (Theory of natural selection, Use and dis use theory), Darwinism, Neo
Darwinism. Evidences of evolution like - Fossil, homologues, analogues, embryological.
Human Evolution. (complete study)
 Plant kingdom: Algae, Fungi, Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, gymnosperms, and Angiosperms
Ecological importance.
 Tissues (Plants and Animals) in detail: Meaning, Types, Function of tissues .
 Genetics: Heredity- Mendel’s laws of Inheritance, Mono hybrid and Di-hybrid cross, test
cross, In complete dominance, Co-dominance, D.N.A. Double helix model,
 Tissue culture - process, applications. Genetically modified organisms (plants and animals),
Transgenic animals.

 Bio Technology: Principles, Application in Agriculture, Medicine, - Cloning, DNA
fingerprint technology, tissue culture, genetic engineering, recombinant DNA technology,
tests-elisa, PCR,western blot, harmful effects and ethical issues.
 Animal resources: Sericulture (In detail), Dairy (In detail), Poultry (In detail), Vermiculture
(In detail), pisiculture, (in detail), apiculture.

Exam Structure
Section 1 – Multiple Choice Questions
Marks – 50
Duration – 1 hour
Section 2 - Short and Long answer type questions
Marks – 100
Duration – 2 hours

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CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS FOR TEACHERS EXAM

CHEMISTRY  Syllabus for Graduate Primary School Teachers for Classes 6 to 8

Paper II
CHEMISTRY
 Basic concepts of chemistry: Molarity, molality, numerical problems, mole fraction, mass
percentage
 Structure of an atom: Dalton’s theory – Fundamental particles and properties – electronic
configuration – Bohr’s theory of hydrogen atom – Rutherford’s theory – J.J.Thomson
experiment – Goldstains Alpha particle experiment – valency – valence electrons- Atomic
number – Element symbol – Atomic mass – Atomic Mass Unit – Molecular mass – Avogadro
number – Mole Concept – Isotopes. Quantum numbers – Aufbau’s principle – Hunds rule –
Pauli’s Exclusion Principle – Percentage Composition – Shape of s, p, and d orbitals -
empherical formula. De Broglie Relationship, numerical problems, Heisenberg uncertainty
principle
 Classification of elements: Dobariner’s Triads – Newlands Octave’s – Mendeleev’s –
Modern periodic table. Periodic trends of Modern periodic table. Transition elements and
inner transition elements- properties
 Chemical bonds: Ionic bond – Covalent bond – Hydrogen bond – Metallic bond – Electron
Sea Model – Ionic compounds – Covalent Compounds: Nature and properties– Co-ordination
bond –, polar and non polar compounds – sigma bond – pi bond – Hybrid orbitals: SP, SP2
and SP3, VSEPR theory- examples CH4, H2O, NH3, VBT orbital overlap concept-ss, s p,p p
with examples, Hybridization Sp3d with pcl5
 Molecular orbital theory: salient features, formation of molecular orbital by LCAO method
 Electronic configuration and molecular behavior- bond order, nature of bond, bond length.
 Matter:States of matter – Element – compound – mixtures – solutions – Anomalous
expansion of water – Boyle’s law and Charles law - applications. Boyle’s law, Charles’ lawits
numerical problems. Gay Lussac’s law
 Metallurgy : Metals and non-metals, Physical and Chemical Properties of Metals and Nonmetals,
Uses of metals and Non-metals, Alloys, Corrosion
 Chemical Reactions: Meaning and types of chemical reactions – Chemical combination,
decomposition, displacement, double displacement – oxidation – reduction – catalysts.–
exothermic and endothermic reactions – reducing agent – oxidizing agent, Equilibrium in
chemical process-Le Chatelier’s principle, (factors affecting equilibrium) Ionic equilibrium
 Acids, bases and salts: Meanings – examples – properties – uses: strong – weak – dilute
acids – concentrated acids – hydrated salts – efflorescent – deliquescent. Theories of acids
and bases with examples. Ionization of acids and bases, degree of disassociation, Ionic
product of water
 Organic chemistry: Carbon and its compounds – allotropes of carbon – catenation –
isomerism – Hydrocarbons: Aliphatic and Aromatics – Aromatic hydrocarbons properties and
uses – petrochemicals – fractional distillation of petroleum - combustion of hydrocarbon fuels
– calorific value – octane number – thermal cracking – Functional groups – Manufacture of
sucrose. Poly functional group, Hydrogenation, Ethyl alcohol preparation
 Chemical properties: Substitution reaction, halogenations, combustion, controlled oxidation
(catalytic oxidation) pyrolysis, Markownikoff’s rule
 Test for unsaturated hydrocarbons: Aromatic hydrocarbons-structure of Benzene,
resonance and stability of Benzene, electrophilic substitution reaction- Halogenations,
Nitration, Sulfonation, Friedel craft’s alkylation
 Solid state :Crystal lattice, FCC, bcc and cubic
 Solutions: Colloids and its properties, Raoult’s law, colligative properties
 Electro chemistry: Factors affecting the products of electrolysis. Leclanche cell, lead acid
battery H2-O2 fuel cell.

 Chemical kinetics: Rate of Reaction- factors affecting rate of reaction, first order and half
life, pseudo first order reaction, Temperature –Arrhenius equation, activation energy, energy
distribution curve.
 d-block elements: electronic configuration of 3d series elements , general trends in
properties of first row transition metals, metallic character, oxidation state, magnetic
properties , colour, catalytic properties, alloy formation.
 Chemicals in our daily life: Soaps – detergents – cement – glass – ceramics – washing soda
– baking powder – plaster of Paris - paper – Pharmaceuticals – Bleaching powder –
Fertilizers: Raw materials and uses, Chemicals in medicines-antacids, antibiotics
disinfectants, antiseptics and analgesics.

Exam Structure
Section 1 – Multiple Choice Questions
Marks – 50
Duration – 1 hour
Section 2 - Short and Long answer type questions
Marks – 100
Duration – 2 hours


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PHYSICS SYLLABUS FOR 6-8 TEACHERS RECRUITMENT EXAM KARNATKA

Syllabus for Graduate Primary School Teachers for Classes 6 to 8

Paper II
PHYSICS
 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.
 Magnetism: Magnetic field, properties of magnet, Biot-savart’s law, Ampere’s circuital lawapplications,
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.
 Current Electricity: Electric current, Drift velocity, mobility, Ohm’s law, electrical
resistance, resistivity, conductivity, electrical power. Carbon resistors , colour codes of
carbon resistors, series and parallel combi9nation of resistors. Cell- Internal resistance,
potential difference, emf , series and parallel combination. Kirchhoff’s laws. Wheat stone
bride, potentiometer, meter bridge principle and applications.
 Dynamics: Scalars and vectors meaning and examples, Displacement, Distance travelled,
speed, velocity, acceleration units and problems. Newton’s three laws of motion and
illustrations. Inertia, Force, work, momentum units and problems. Circular motioncentripetal
force, centrifugal reaction and applications. Position and displacement vectors,
resolution of vectors, scalar and vector product of vectors. Friction , laws of friction, types
of friction, factors affecting friction, methods of increasing and reducing friction. Centre of
mass, momentum of force, torque, angular momentum. Equilibrium of rigid bodies, rotational
motion, moment of inertia.
 Gravitation & Rockets and artificial satellites :Meaning, acceleration due to gravity,
variation of acceleration due to gravity on the earth. Newton’s law of gravitation, Weight,
weightlessness. Principle, fuel, payload, Different stages, Launching of rockets. Escape
velocity, orbital velocity, communication satellites, geo-stationary satellites. ISROprograms,
moon mission, MOM.
 Thermodynamics. Heat and temperature meaning and differences. Different scales of
measurement of temperature and inter conversions. Laws of thermodynamics, Isothermal and
adiabatic process, reversible and irreversible process. Heat engines- different types, petrol and
diesel engine, efficiency of heat engine- problems, refrigerators –principle and working
 Optics: Properties of light,. Mirrors , different types of mirrors and image formation, mirror
formula, uses. Lenses , image formation in different types of lenses at different object position,
power of lens Uses. Refraction and dispersion of light through prism .Phenomenon and laws
of reflection and refraction. Dispersion of light, scattering of light, total internal reflection,
optical fibres –uses. Theories of light- Newton’s corpuscular theory, Huygen’s wave theory,
Maxwell’s electromagnetic wave theory, Max planck’s quantum theory, dual nature of light.
Raman effect, optical instruments : simple and compound microscope, telescope, binoculars -
magnifying powers. Polarisation –plane polarised light, polaroids and their uses, Application
in daily life
 Electromagnetic radiation:Meaning, examples, properties, uses of different electromagnetic
radiations. Photo electric effect, experimental facts about pef, Einstein/s explanation and
applications of Pef. Electromagnetic spectrum, Laser meaning , production, properties and
uses.
 Energy :Meaning different forms of energy, law of conservation of energy . Inter conversion
of energy from one form to another form. Power, Kinetic energy and potential energy
meaning , example and problems.
 Electronics and communication system: Conductors, insulators and semiconductors
meaning and examples. Energy bands in solids, Bias and types. Doping, dopants. p/n junction
diode, transistor, LED, Photodiode, Solar cell, Zener diode, Construction of simple circuits,
series and parallel combination of cells and bulbs. circuit symbols of components of circuits.
Superconductors, Fuse. Logic gates(AND, OR,NOT,NOR,NAND). Radio broadcastingreceiver
and transmitter, television broadcasting – transmitter and receiver, modulation, band
width of transmission medium, propagation of electromagnetic waves in space. Telephone,
Fax, Mobile, internet working and applications.
4

 Oscillations and waves: Periodic motion –period, frequency, displacement. Simple harmonic
motion - k.e and p.e, free, forced and damped oscillations, resonance. Wave motion,
Transverse and longitudinal waves,, Speed of wave motion. Sound waves, Echo’s.
Wavelength, period, frequency, amplitude of waves. Superposition of waves, reflection of
waves, standing waves in strings and pipes, fundamental mode and harmonics , beats, Doppler
effect.
 Modern physics: Atom, constituents of atom and their properties. Atomic no, mass no,
nuclear chain reaction, Nuclear fission , nuclear fusion and applications. Meaning , elements
possess radioactivity, α-decay. β –decay and ɤ-decay. Half-life and mean life period,
problems. Isotopes, Isotones, Isobars with ex. Atomic models – Rutherfold’s model, Bohr’s
model, Thomson model. Mass energy relation, mass defect, binding energy- problems.
 Universe : Horizon, Geocentric system, solar centric system, Constellations, Zodiac
constellations. Moon, different phases of moon. Formation of eclipses. Solar system, facts
about sun, planets and their satellites, asteroids, comets. Galaxy, types of galaxy, stars, life
cycle of different mass stars, Quasars, Pulsars, Stellar luminosity, temp of stars. Hubble’s law,
big bang theory. Kepler laws of planetary motion
 Friction : Meaning, types, causes, factors affecting friction, methods of increasing and
reducing friction, uses and effects of friction.
Sound: Sound waves, Echo’s. Wavelength, period, frequency, amplitude of waves. Infrasonic and
ultrasonic sound waves. Sonar, ultra sound scanner, their uses.

Exam Structure
Section 1 – Multiple Choice Questions
Marks – 50
Duration – 1 hour
Section 2 - Short and Long answer type questions
Marks – 100
Duration – 2 hours

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MATHEMTICS SYLLABUS FOR TEACHERS RECRUITMENT EXAM

Syllabus for Graduate Primary School Teachers for Classes 6 to 8

Paper II
MATHEMATICS
 Number Sysyem - Place value, Expanded form, Basic operation, Simplification, Natural,
whole, integer, rational, irrational and real numbers, Square and cubic numbers, Square and
cube roots, Playing with numbers, HCF, LCM, fundamental theorem of arithmetic, Ratio
and Proportion, Comparing Quantities.
 Surds - Definition, Basic operation, Simplification, Binomial surds, Rationalisation of
surds.
 Sets - Properties, Types, Laws, Venn diagram, Cardinality of sets, Relations and
functions.
 Progressions - Sequence and series, AP, GP and HP, Means.
 Commercial Mathematics - Unitary method, Percentage, Profit and loss, Brokerage,
Commission, Simple interest, Compound interest, Discount, Hire purchase and instalment
buying.
 Statistics
Class interval and types, Graphical representation, Measurement of central tendency,
Dispersion measures, Co - efficient of variation.
 Permutation and Combination - Meaning, Formulae, Fundamental counting principle,
Factorial notation
 Probability - Meaning, Types- Random experiments and events, Types of events, Addition
rule.
 Basic Concepts of Algebra - Basic terms, Algebraic expressions, Types of polynomials,
Basic operations, Special products, Factorisation, Identities, Conditional identities, HCF and
LCM.
 Polynomials - Meaning and types, Zeros of polynomials, Division algorithm, Remainder
factor theorem, Synthetic division theorem.
 Linear Equations - Linear equations, Simultaneous linear equations, Different methods of
solving.

 Exponents - Laws, Problems
 Quadratic Equations - Meaning and types, Different methods of solving, Descriminant,
Sum and product of roots, Formation of quadratic equation.
 Variation - Meaning ant types, Problem based on variation.
 Basic Geometrical Ideas - Basic definitions, Axioms, Postulates, Statements, Theorems
 Triangles - Meaning, Types, Properties, Construction, Area and perimeter, Heron’s
Formula, Congruent and similar triangles, Concurrent lines (centroid, in centre,
circumcentre and ortho centre)
 Quadrilaterals - Meaning, Types, Properties, Construction, Area and Perimeter, Theorems
 Polygons - Meaning, Types, properties, Theorems, Constructions, Problems
 Circles - Definition, Terms and their meaning, Cyclic quadrilaterals, Chords and tangents,
Theorems, Constructions, Area of sector.
 Mensuration - Plane figures, Solid figures, LSA and TSA of solid figures, Volume of solid
figures(cone, sphere, cylinder, frustum of cone, prisms, pyramids and combination of
solids).
2
 Trigonometry - Basic ratios, Identities, Standard angles, Complementary angles, Heights
and distances, Problems, Allied angles.
 Co ordinate Geometry - Ordered pair, Distance formula ,Section formula, Slope, Equation
of straight line, Slope intercept form.
 Symmetry - Definition, Line of symmetry, Point of symmetry.
 Matrices - Definitions, Types, Determinants.
 Polyhedra and Networks - Meaning and type, F+v=E+2, Nodes, area and regions, Euler
Formula, Transversable networking and conditions for transvesability
Exam Structure
Section 1 – Multiple Choice Questions
Marks – 50
Duration – 1 hour
Section 2 - Short and Long answer type questions
Marks – 100
Duration – 2 hours

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ENGLISH SYLLABUS FOR TEACHERS RECRUITMENT EXAM KARNATAKA

Syllabus for Graduate Primary School Teachers for Classes 6 to 8 for Language (English post) 

The syllabus for English Teachers recruitment Examination to be conducted in the month of November 2017 is as follows.
Area 1
Language use (Grammar, functions of language and phonetics)
 Parts of speech
 Tense forms: present simple, present continuous, present perfect, past simple, past
continuous, past perfect, past perfect continuous and future forms
 Modal verbs
 Articles
 Prepositions
 Conjunctions and linkers
 Types of sentences (simple, compound and complex sentences)
 Clauses: noun, adjective, adverbial and conditional clauses
 Active and passive voice
 Direct and indirect speech
 Degrees of comparison
 Functions of language: introducing oneself and others, seeking and giving information, asking for and giving directions, giving instructions, making a request, giving suggestions and advice, expressing comparison and contrast, complaining,
apologizing, thanking, expressing one’s opinion
 Phonetics: Sounds of English (vowels, consonants, stress and intonation patterns)
Area 2

Reading comprehension and vocabulary
 Ability to comprehend, analyse and interpret unfamiliar reading passages (a narrative
and an argumentative or descriptive passage)
 An unfamiliar poem
 Synonyms, antonyms, prefixes, suffixes, phrasal verbs, idioms, compound words,
collocations, proverbs, word forms, abbreviations
 Figures of speech
Area 3
Writing ability
 Common errors in writing (editing): identifying and correcting errors in the use of
articles, prepositions, tenses, word forms, cohesive devices, spelling
 Punctuation
 Paragraph writing (descriptive/narrative/argumentative/process type)
 Writing personal and official letters
 Writing a notice, placard, email
 Making a diary entry
 Writing a letter to the Editor of a newspaper on a current/contemporary issue
 Writing a dialogue (purposes: Seeking and giving information, asking for and giving
directions, giving instructions, making a request, giving suggestions and advice,
expressing comparison and contrast, complaining, apologizing, thanking, expressing
one’s opinion)
Exam Structure
Section 1 – Multiple Choice Questions
Marks – 50
Duration – 1 hour
Section 2 - Short and Long answer type questions
Marks – 100
Duration – 2 hours

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Descriptive type Questions for Teachers Recruitment Exam

The following are the sample descriptive type questions for teachers recruitment examination.

1.“How do teachers actually teach writing in the classroom?”

2.“What are primary teachers' views as to how writing should be taught in the classroom?”

3.“Do more experienced teachers provide more help with corrections during writing periods than less experienced teachers?”

4.How do you communicate with a parent about a student's performance?

5.“What is the effect, on the amount which a child writes, of helping a child to correct his or her writing errors?”

6. How do you build rapport with your class?

7. How do you give your students recognition and positive reinforcement?

KANNADA GRAMMAR FOR KAR TET

TEACHERS ELIGIBILITY TEST
KAR TET USEFUL KANNADA VYAKARANA (GRAMMAR)

There are so many books available in the market on Kannada Vyakarana (Grammar). In Teachers Eligibility Test -TET examination conducted in Karnataka, there will be some questions on Kannada Grammar, these are all we studied in our elementary education, even though going through it is very important. here we uploaded a  book of 328 pages in pdf format. The svara, vyanjana, Sandhigalu, Lingagalu, Tatsama Tadbhava, Vibhakthi prathyaya, dhatu, Kalagalu, Samasa, Karmani Prayoga, Krudanta, Taddhitanta, Vakya Vibhajane, Chandassu, Shatpadi, Alankaragalu, Anuprasa are explained here briefly with examples.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW/ DOWNLOAD THE BOOK OF 328 PAGES.PDF.


CLICK HERE TO VIEW/ DOWNLOAD KANNADA VYAKARANA(GRAMMAR).PDF.



TET QUESTION ANSWERS PDF.

TET EXAMINATION QUESTION ANSWERS
KARNATAKA TEACHERS ELIGIBILITY TEST QUESTION ANSWERS
KAR TET QUESTION ANSWERS IN PDF. FORMAT

Click here to view 800 TET Question answers in Kannada Language(Psychology) 


TET Question answers in Kannada Language- Psychology is published here by www.coastalhut.in. Every year School Education and public instruction department conduct Teachers Eligibility test in Karnataka, to get TET Certificate the candidate must get minimum 60% Marks in KARTET. Here we uploaded 800+ Child Psychology related question answers in four parts. Answer to the question is provided at the end of all the parts.


Click here to view 800 TET Question answers in Kannada Language(Psychology) 

1400 TEACHERS RECRUITMENT IN KARNATAKA

KARNATAKA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Invites applications for the post of Teacher in Morarji Desai residential Schools
Published @ http://teacher-jobs.blogspot.in/

TEACHERS:

No. of posts:
Kannada Language Teachers: 253
English Language TEachers: 288
Hindi Language Teachers: 191
Mathematics Teachers: 165
Science Teachers: 271
Social Science Teachers: 239

Pay Scale: 17,650- 32,000

Educational Qualifications: (1) Must be holder of Bachelor Degree with respective Language as one of the optional subjects from a recognized university.  AND Must be holder of B.Ed Degree granted by the recognized university. (2) If candidate not studied Kannada as optional in Bachelor Degree, a post Graduation in Kannada language will be considered.- Click here for complete postwise Educational Qualification details

Last date: 24/07/2017

For more details click here or visit http://www.kpsc.kar.nic.in 

KAR TET FINAL KEY ANSWER

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER FOR PUBLIC INSTRUCTION  CENTRALISED ADMISSION CELL  KARNATAKA TEACHERS ELIGIBILITY TEST 2016
TET FINAL KEY ANSWER

The Final Key Answer of KAR TET Examination Conducted in the month of January 2017 is published by the department.

Click here to download KAR TET Answer Key

For more details click here or visit www.schooleducation.kar.nic.in