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MDU Syllabus 2014

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MDU 2014 Syllabus

1. The questions in the Entrance Examination for admission to a program will be of the standard which a student, having passed qualifying examination for admission to that program, is expected to answer. For example, the questions in the Entrance Examination for admission to M.Com. program will be of the standard which a student, having passed B.Com. or equivalent qualifying examination, is expected to answer. Similarly, the questions in the Entrance Examination for admission to M.A. / M.Sc. ( Hons. ) 5 Year and LL.B ( Hons. ) 5 year programs will be of the standard which a student, having passed 12th standard with syllabus prescribed by Board of School Education, Haryana, is expected to answer.

2. The syllabi of M.A. / M.Sc. / M.Com. / equivalent examination ( Previous & Final both ) will constitute the syllabi for setting question papers for Entrance Examinations for admission to the M.Phil.

3. Each Entrance Examination paper will carry 100 questions of one mark each, the duration of which shall be 75 minutes except M.Phil in English and MVA 6 year for which the pattern of question paper duration etc. shall be as given under the heading pattern of question papers.

4. The main topics along with no. of questions are given in the table below. Refer to University’s website www.mdurohtak.ac.in & www.mdurohtak.com for details of the topics.

5. The Entrance Exam.(s) question papers shall be both in Hindi and English, as before.

MDU 2014 Pattern of Question Papers

Sr.NoName of the ProgrammeSyllabiNo. of
Questions
Master Degree Programmes
i.Chemistrya ) Organic Chemistry
b ) Inorganic Chemistry
c ) Physical Chemistry
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iiCommercea ) Financial Accounting
b ) Business Mgt.
c ) Mercantile Law
d ) Comp. Law & Secretarial Practice
e ) Money & Banking
f ) Business Statistics
g ) Higher Accountancy
h ) Cost Accounting
i ) Income Tax Law & Problems
j ) Indian Economic Problems
k ) Mgt. Accounting & Fin. Mgt.
l ) Auditing
10
10
08
08
08
08
08
08
08
08
08
08
iiiEconomics a ) Microeconomics
b ) Macroeconomics
c ) Economic Development
d ) Indian Economy
e ) Reasoning & Quantitative Aptitude
20
20
20
20
20
ivEnglish a ) Applied Grammar
b ) Comprehension ( Poetry )
c ) Comprehension ( Prose )
d ) General Awareness of English Literature
e ) Vocabulary
30
06
06
20
08
30
vGeographya ) Physical Geography
b ) India
c ) Geography of India
d ) Economic Geography
e) Human Geography
f ) Cartography
25
25
20
20
10
viHindia ) History of Hindi Literature
b ) Kavya Shastra
c ) Grammar and Language
70
20
10
vii.P.G Diploma in Translation ( Hindi / English )
Syllabus of Entrance Test :

The Written Test based on practice translation from English to Hindi, will be in four parts :

a. 10 sentences covering the area of social sciences
b. 10 sentences covering the area of literature.
c. 10 sentences covering the area of Idioms and Proverbs
d. 10 Phrases / terms pertaining to Administration
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30
30
10
viiHistoryB.A. Ist Year ( MDU )
Option I : History of India ( earliest times to A.D. 1526 )
Option II : History of Haryana
B.A. IInd Year ( MDU )
Option I : History of India ( 1526 - 1857 )
Option II : History of India ( 1857 - 1950 )
B.A. IIIrd Year ( MDU )
Option I : Ancient and Medieval World
Option II : History of Modern World
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15
15
15

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20
viiiJournalism and Mass Communicationa ) Current Affairs
b ) Aptitude Test
c ) Language Test ( English - Hindi )
50
25
25
xiLL.Ma) Indian Constitutional Law
b) Jurisprudence
c) Law of Contract
d) Law of Marriage & Divorce
e) Indian Penal Code
f) Public International Law
20
20
15
15
15
15
xMaster of Computer Applications
(MCA)
1 ) Mathematical Ability ( 30 questions )
a ) Sets and Relations
b ) Algebra
c ) Matrices
d ) Quadratic Equations
e ) Probability
f ) Average
g ) Co-ordinate Geometry
h ) Permutation and Combination
i ) Complex Numbers
j ) Calculus
k ) Trigonometry
2 ) Logical & Analytical Ability ( 20 questions )
a ) Reasoning
b ) Puzzle Test
c ) Number and Letter Series
d ) Data Interpretation
e ) Coding and Decoding
f ) Analogy
g ) Classification of Numbers
h ) Problem Solving
i ) Finding the rule
3 )English / Comprehension ( 20 questions )
a ) Fill in the Blanks
b ) Grammar
c ) Comprehension
d ) Prepositions, articles
e ) Voices
f ) Sentence correction
g ) Question Tags
h ) Spelling
i ) Tenses
j ) Phrases
k ) Essay writing
l ) Precise writing
4 ) Computer Awareness ( 30 questions )
a ) Organization of a computer
b ) Central Processing Unit ( CPU )
c ) Structure of instructions in CPU
d ) Input / output devices
e ) Computer Memory
f ) Memory Organization
g ) Back up devices
h ) Representation of characters, integers, and fractions
i ) Binary and Hexadecimal representations
j ) Addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, single arithmetic and two complement arithmetic, floating point representation of numbers, normalized floating point representation
k ) Boolean Algebra, truth tables
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xiMaths & Maths with Computer
Science
a ) B.A. / B.Sc.- I
b ) B.A. / B.Sc.- II
c ) B.A. / B.Sc.- III

MDU Syllabus
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30
40
xiiPhysicsa ) B.Sc. Part - I
b ) B.Sc. Part - II
c ) B.Sc. Part - III

MDU Syllabus
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30
40
xiii.Political Sciencea ) B.A. Part - I
Option - I : Pol. Theory
Option - II : Pol. Theory, Concepts
b ) B.A. Part - II
Option - I : Indain Govt. & Politics
Option - II : Int. Relations
c ) B.A. Part - III
Option - I : Comp. Govt. & Politics ( Govt. of UK, USA, China, Switzerland )
Option - II : Pub. Admin.
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18

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xivPsychologyB: Mental Abilities

a) Verbal Reasoning
b) Numerical Reasoning
c) Non - Verbal Reasoning
d) Gen. Science upto10th standard -
( Physics, Chemistry & Biology )
10
10
10
10
xvPublic Administrationa ) B.A. - I
b ) B.A.- II
c ) B.A.- III ( Option - I )
d ) B.A.- III ( Option - II )
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30
20
20
xvi.Sanskrita) Sanskrit Grammar
b) History of Sanskrit Literature
c) Chhand Alankar
50
40
10
xvii.Sociologya ) Sociology Syllabus upto B.A. Level
b ) Current Affairs
c ) General Studies
60
20
20
xviii M.Sc. ( Hons. ) 5 Year
Integrated Mathematics
10+1 & 10+2 level of CBSE / Haryana Board of School Education, Bhiwani

a) 10+1
b) 10+2
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60
xix

M.A. ( Hons. ) 5 Year Integrated EnglishSyllabus Part - A

Applied Grammar
Composition Poetry
Composition Prose
Vocabulary

Syllabus Part - B

Students will be required to write an essay in about 250 words on any of the four given topics.
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10
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M.Phil
iCommerce Accounting for Managerial Decisions
Management Concepts and
Organizational Behaviour
Business Environment
Managerial Economics
Statistical Analysis for Business and
Quantitative Techniques for Managerial
Decisions
Computer Applications to Business
Strategic Management
Accounting Theory and Practice
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12

12
12

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13
12
13
iiEconomicsMicroeconomics
Macroeconomics
Development economics
Indian Economy
Public Economy
Mathematics for Economics
Statistical Techniques
International Economics
20
20
10
10
10
10
10
10
iiiEducation Phil. Fdns. of Education
Socio. Fdns of Education
Psychological Fdns. of Education
Educational Research
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17
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ivEnglish Question Paper of Entrance Test consisting of two parts - A & B - will carry 100 Marks.

Result of the entrance exam will be prepared on the basis of the total marks obtained by the student in both these parts.

Part A will consist of 60 Multiple Choice Questions ( MCQ ) of one mark each.

Part B will carry 40 marks. Students will be required to attempt two essay type questions out of the given four.
Part B will be checked only if the candidate obtains the minimum prescribed marks in Part A. Part B will be attempted on a separate sheet which will be examined by two examiners and the average of the two will be taken as the final score of this part.

Both Part A and Part B will be based on latest syllabus of MA ( English ) of M.D.University, Rohtak.
60
40
( Time 2:00 hours )
vGeography Geomorphology
Climatology
Geographical Thought
Population Geography
Economic Geography
Political Geography
Social Geography
Geography of India
Regional Planning
Statistical Methods
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
viHindi History of Hindi literature
Kavya Shastra
Language
60
20
20
viiHistory M.A.( Previous )

a) Ancient Societies
b) Medieval Societies
c) Modern world
d) State in India
e) History of Haryana

M.A. ( Final )

a) Historiography; concepts, methods
and tools
b) Indian Archaeology
c) Ancient Indian History
d) Medieval Indian History
e) Modern Indian History
10
10
10
10
10
10

10
10
10
10
viiiJournalism and Mass
Communication
Basic Concepts in Communication
Mass Media and Society
Essential of Journalism
Evolution of Media in India
Development Communication
Communication Research
Inter-national Communication
Radio, T.V. & New Media Production
Advertising and Public Relations Media Writing
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
ixMathematics Advanced Abstract Algebra; Real Analysis;
Topology; Complex Analysis; Differential
Equations; Integration Theory and Functional
Analysis; Partial Differential Equations; Mechanics
100
xPhysical Education Sports Psychology History & principles of Physical Education & Sports Kinesiology Anatomy, Physiology, Physiology Exercise and Sports Medicine Sports Sociology Bio - mechanics in Physical Education Officiating and Coaching ( rules, dimensions, regulations of major athletic & sports ( games event ) Health Education Yoga Research Methodology Test Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education Sports Management Computer Applications Current Affairs Sports Training08
08

08

10
05
08
08


05
05
08
08

04
05
05
05
xiPolitical SciencePolitical Theory and Thought
Comparative Politics and Political
Analysis
Indian Government and Politics
Public Administration
Inter-national Relations
20
20

20
20
20
xiiPsychologyFundamentals of Psychology
Applied Psychology
Research Methods & Statistics
40
30
30
xiii.Public AdministrationAdministrative Theory and Thoughts
Indian Administration
Development Administration
Research Method
25
25
25
25
xiv.Sanskrit Part - I

Vedic Literature
Indian Philosophy
Sanskrit Grammar
Classical Literature
Linguistics ( Bhasha Vigyan )
Indian Culture

Part - II

Sanskrit Grammer
or
Indian Philosophy
or
Classical Literature
or
Vedic Literature
10
10
10
10
10
10

40

40

40

40
xv.StatisticsProbability theory
Statistical Methods
Statistical Inference
Sampling Techniques
Design of Experiments
Applied Statistics
Complex Analyst
Numerical Methods
Linear Programming
15
15
15
10
08
12
07
08
10
xviSociology Introduction to Sociology/
Basic Concepts
Sociological Thinkers
Classical Sociology Theories
Research Methodology
Society and culture in India
Advanced Sociological Theories
Understanding Indian Society
Rural Sociology
Quantitative Techniques
15
10
10
15
10
10
10
10
10
10
Professional Programs
i. LLB ( Hons ) 3 year
( Morning & Evening )
a) General English
b) General Hindi
c) General Knowledge

The General Knowledge area will cover the following fields of knowledge :

1) Current Events of National and International Importance
2) General Science
3) History of India
4) Geography
5) Indian Polity & Economy

Standard of questions will be as may be expected of a graduate who has not made any special study in any of the areas given above.
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25
50
ii.LLB ( Hons ) 5 year Integrated
a) Legal Aptitude
b) Reasoning
c) General English
d) General Hindi
e) General Knowledge

The General Knowledge area will cover the following fields of knowledge :-

1) Current Events of National and International Importance
2) General Science
3) History of India
4) Geography
5) Indian Polity & Economy
20
20
20
20
20
iii. MBA 2 yeara) General English ( including comprehension, vocabulary, usage and grammar etc. )
b) Numerical Ability and Reasoning
c) General Awareness
d) Management Aptitude

Standard of questions will be as may be expected of a graduate who has not made any special study in any of the areas given above.
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25

25


25
iv.M.P.Ed.i ) Analytic study of Ragas
ii ) Comparative study of Ragas
iii ) Detailed knowledge of different Musical forms
iv ) Detailed study of technical study of music
v ) Contribution of musicians
vi ) Introduction of talas
vii ) Study of granthas of music Origin & development of instruments
viii ) Research methodology
ix ) Knowledge of folk music of different states

Note : Admission to M.Phil will made on the basis of academic merit in the qualifying examination
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10
10
10
10
10
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10
10
10
v. B.Pharmacy a) Physics
b) Chemistry
c) Mathematics OR Biology

Note : The standard of questions will be that of the 12th standard, as prescribed by the Board of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani
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35
30
vi M.F.A. ( 6 year )
Skill Life ( Time 1:30 Hours )
Pencil colour )
Pastel Colour ) Any one
Water Colour )

Composition ( Time 1:30 hours ) Like
Fair Scene )
Bus Stand Scene )
Chaat Wala )
Theory ( Time : 30 minutes )
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