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MDU 2013 Syllabus

The questions in the MDU 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 MDU 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 MDU Entrance Examination for admission to MBA 5 – year and LLB 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.

The syllabi of M.A. / M.Sc. / M.Com. / equivalent examination ( Previous & Final both ) will constitute the syllabi for setting question papers for MDU Entrance Examinations for admission to the respective M.Phil / Pre – Ph.D. programs including University Research Scholarship.

Each MDU Entrance Examination paper will carry 100 questions of one mark each.

Duration of the MDU Entrance Examination shall be 75 minutes.

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

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

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
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iiiEconomics ( UTD)a ) Microeconomics
b ) Macroeconomics
c ) Economic Development
d ) Indian Economy
e ) Reasoning & Quantitative Aptitude
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20
20
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ivEnglish ( UTD )a ) Applied Grammar
b ) Comprehension ( Poetry )
c ) Comprehension ( Prose )
d ) General Awareness of English Literature
e ) Art and Culture in India ( Persons, Places, Events, Awards etc. Relating to Current Cultural and Literary Scenes )
f ) Vocabulary
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07
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10
vGeographya ) Physical Geography
b ) India
c ) Economic Geography
d ) Human Geography
e ) Cartography
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25
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20
10
viHindia ) History of Hindi Literature
b ) Kavya Shastra
c ) Grammar and Language
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20
10
viiHistory ( UTD ). B.AB.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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viiiJournalism and Mass Communicationa ) Current Affairs
b ) Aptitude Test
c ) Language Test ( English - Hindi )
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xiLL.Ma) Indian Constitutional Law
b) Jurisprudence
c) L aw of Contract
d) L aw of Marriage & Divorce
e) Indian Penal Code
f) Public Inter-national Law
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20
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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
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xiiPhysicsa ) B.Sc. Part - I
b ) B.Sc. Part - II
c ) B.Sc. Part - III
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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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xivPsychologya ) Mental Abilities
b ) General Science ( Phy., Chem., & Bio. at par with 10th standard )
c ) Numerical Ability ( at par with Indian Adaptation of DAT )
d ) Social / Physiological Psychology
e ) Experimental Psychology
f ) Abnormal Psychology
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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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20
xvi.SanskritSanskrit Grammar
History of Sanskrit Literature
Chhand Alankar
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40
10
xvii.Sociologya ) Sociology Syllabus upto B.A. Level
b ) Current Affairs
c ) General Studies
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M.Phil / Pre - Ph.D. programmes including URS
iBiotechnology, Biochemistry, Botany,
Genetics, and Zoology
Part - I
a. Molecules & their Interaction Relevant to Biology
b. Cellular Organization
c. Fundamental Processes
d. Cell Communication & Signaling
e. Development Biology
Part - II
a. System Physiology - Plant
b. System Physiology - Animal
c. Inheritance Biology
d. Diversity of Life Forms
e. Ecological Principles
f. Evolution and Behaviour
g. Applied Biology
h. Methods in Biology
Note :
1. For students of Botany ( Plant Sciences ), syllabus of System Physiology - Animal will be considered deleted and 10 marks meant for System Physiology - Plant shall be doubled. The same criteria shall be applicable on students of Zoology ( Animal Sciences ) i.e. System Physiology, Plant will be considered as deleted and 10 marks of System Physiology, Animal shall be doubled.

2. For students of Life Sciences subjects other than Botany ( Plant Sciences ) or Zoology ( Animal Sciences ), there will be 50% choice of questions from system Physiology - Plant and System Physiology - Animal i.e. they will be required to attempt 10 questions out of 20 questions from each system of Physiology.

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iiMicrobiologyi ) Microbiology
ii ) Microscopy
iii ) Microbial Energetics and Biochemistry
iv ) Molecular Biology
v ) Microbial bioprocesses
vi ) Fermentation Technology
vii ) Immunology and medical microbiology
viii )Genetics Engineering
ix ) Bioinformatics
x ) Biostatistics
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iiiBio - informaticsi ) Biological database
ii ) Computer fundamental and biological algorithm
iii ) Programming concepts
iv ) Object oriented programming
v ) Systems Biology
vi ) Computational Genomics
vii ) Proteomics
viii ) Molecular modeling
ix ) Drug Designing
x ) Chemo-informatics
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ivForensic Science1. General Forensic Science including Criminology & Law
2. Questioned Document Examination
3. Finger Prints Examination
4. C omputer Forensics & Forensic Psychology
5. C riminalistics
6. Research Methodology and Biostatics
7. Instrumental Analysis
8. Forensic Ballistics
9. Forensic Chemistry
10. Forensic Toxicology
11. Forensic Biology
12. Forensic Serology including DNA forensics
13. Forensic Physical Anthropology and Forensic Medicine
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vChemistry Part I
i ) Inorganic Chemistry
ii ) Physical Chemistry
iii ) Organic Chemistry
iv ) Spectroscopy
Part II
i ) Inorganic Chemistry
( or )
ii ) Physical Chemistry
( or )
iii ) Organic Chemistry

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viCommercei ) Accounting for Managerial Decisions
ii ) Management Concepts and Organizational Behaviour
iii ) Business Environment
iv ) Managerial Economics
v ) Statistical Analysis for Business and Quantitative Techniques for Managerial Decisions
vi ) Computer Applications to Business
vii ) Strategic Management
viii ) Accounting Theory and Practice
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viiComputer Science & ApplicationsUnit I
i ) Computer Organization & Arithmetic
ii ) Programming Languages
iii ) Data Structure
Unit II
i ) System programming and Compiler
ii ) Software Engineering
iii ) Computer Graphics
Unit III
i ) Database
ii ) Data Warehousing
iii ) Data mining
Unit IV
i ) Computer Network
ii ) Web - developments
iii ) Operating System

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viiiDefence & Strategic StudiesUnit I
Theories and Concepts

Unit II
Problems of place & security

Unit III
Global Security Issues

Unit IV
Issues in Conflict Resolution

Unit V
Economic, Science and Technology issues and National Security


Note : Admission to M.Phil program shall be made on the basis of academic merit in the qualifying examination.

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ixEconomicsi ) Microeconomics
ii ) Macroeconomics
iii ) Development economics
iv ) Indian Economy
v ) Public Economy
vi ) Mathematics for Economics
vii ) Statistical Techniques
viii ) Inter - national Economics
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20
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xEducationi ) Phil. Fdns. of Education
ii ) Socio. Fdns of Education
iii ) Psychological Fdns. of Education
iv ) Educational Research
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xiEnglishThe Entrance Examination paper will consist of 100 questions of one mark each, based on the syllabus of M.A ( Previous ) and M.A. ( Final ) for the last year of the University, but not necessarily on the authors and texts prescribed in the syllabus. The paper will consist of two parts. The first part will consist of 50 questions with multiple choice answers. The second part will also have 50 questions.100
xiiEnvironmental Biotechnology and
Environmental Sciences
Unit I
Fundamentals of Environmental Chemistry; Chemical composition of air water Chemistry; Toxic chemicals in the environment; Principles of analytical methods

Unit II
Ecosystems; Population Ecology; Common flora and fauna in India; Biodiversity and its conservation; Natural Resources

Unit III
Environmental Geosciences; The Earth Systems and Biosphere; Earth’s Processes and Geological Hazards; Mineral resources and environment; Water resources and environment; Environmental Geochemistry

Unit IV
Environmental Biotechnology; Biosensors; Genetic Engineering; Environmental Genomics; Biosafety

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xiii.Food Technologyi ) Introductory Food Technology
ii ) Fruits and Vegetable Processing
iii ) Cereals, Pulses and Oil seeds Processing
iv ) Technology of Milk & Milk Products
v ) Technology of Meat / Fish / Poultry Products
vi ) Food Quality Management
vii ) Food Engineering / Packaging and Labeling
viii ) Food Biotechnology
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xiv.Geographyi ) Geomorphology
ii ) Climatology
iii ) Geographical Thought
iv ) Population Geography
v ) Economic Geography
vi ) Political Geography
vii ) Social Geography
viii ) Geography of India
ix ) Regional Planning
x ) Statistical Methods
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10
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xv.HindiThe entrance examination paper will consist of 100 questions of one mark each, based on the syllabus of M.A. ( Previous ) and M.A. ( Final )
History of Hindi literature
Kavya Shastra
Language

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xviHistoryM.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

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xvii.Lawi ) Law Jurisprudence
ii ) Constitution of India
iii ) Law of Contract
iv ) Indian Penal Code
v ) Law of Torts
vi ) Inter - national Law
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xviii.Business Managementi ) Managerial Economics
ii ) Organizational Behavior
iii ) Human Resource Mgt.
iv ) Financial Management
v ) Marketing Management
vi ) Production Management
vii ) Statistical Tools for Business Research
viii ) Use of Computers and Software in Management Subjects
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10
10
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xix.Journalism and Mass Communicationi ) Basic Concepts in Communication
ii ) Mass Media and Society
iii ) Essential of Journalism
iv ) Evolution of Media in India
v ) Development Communication
vi ) Communication Research
vii ) Inter - national Communication
viii ) Radio, T.V. & New Media Production
ix ) Advertising and Public Relations
x ) Media Writing
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xxMathematicsAdvanced Abstract Algebra; Real Analysis; Topology; Complex Analysis; Differential Equations; Integration Theory and Functional Analysis; Partial Differential Equations; Mechanics100
xxiMusici ) 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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xxiiPharmaceutical Sciencesi ) Natural Products
ii ) Pharmacology
iii ) Medicinal Chemistry
iv ) Pharmaceutics
v ) Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
vi ) Pharmaceutical Analysis
vii ) Biochemistry
viii ) Microbiology
ix ) Clinical Pharmacy
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xxiiiPhysical Educationi ) Sports Psychology
ii ) History & principles of Physical Education & Sports Kinesiology
iii) Anatomy, Physiology, Physiology Exercise and Sports Medicine
iv ) Sports Sociology
v) Bio-mechanics in Physical Education
vi ) Officiating and Coaching ( rules, dimensions, regulations of
v ) major athletic & sports ( games event )
vi ) Health Education
vii ) Yoga
viii ) Research Methodology
ix ) Test Measurement and Evaluation in
x ) Physical Education
xi ) Sports Management
xii ) Computer Applications
xiii ) Current Affairs
xv ) Sports Training
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xxivPhysicsUnit – I
i ) Mathematical Physics
ii ) Classical Mechan nics - I
iii ) Electronic Devices
Unit - II
i ) Statistical Mechanics
ii ) Quantum Mechanics-II
iii ) Nuclear and Particle Physics
iv ) Atomic and Molecular Physics - I
Unit - III
i ) Computational Methods & Programming
ii ) Atomic & Molecular Physics - II
iii ) Solid State Electronics
iv ) Digital Electronics
Unit - IV
i ) Electrodynamics & Wave Propagation
ii ) Condensed Matter Physics
iii ) Informatics - I
iv ) Electronics - II
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xxvPolitical Sciencei ) Political Theory and Thought
ii ) Comparative Politics and Political Analysis
iii ) Indian Government and Politics
iv ) Public Administration
v ) Inter - national Relations
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xxviPsychologyi ) Theories of Psychology
ii ) Research Methods and Statistics
iii ) Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Processes
iv ) Current issues in pure and Applied Psychology
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xxviiPublic Administrationi ) Administrative Theory and Thoughts
ii ) Indian Administration
iii ) Development Administration
iv ) Research Method
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xxviiiSanskritPart - I
i ) Vedic Literature
ii ) Indian Philosophy
iii ) Sanskrit Grammar
iv ) Classical Literature
v ) Linguistics ( Bhasha Vigyan )
v ) Indian Culture
Part - II
Sanskrit Grammer
( or )
Indian Philosophy
( or )
Classical Literature
( or )
Vedic Literature
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xxixStatisticsi ) Probability theory
ii ) Statistical Methods
iii ) Inference
iv ) Sampling Techniques
v ) Design of Experiments
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xxxSociologyi ) Introduction to Sociology / Basic Concepts
ii ) Sociological Thinkers
iii ) Classical Sociology Theories
iv) Research Methodology
v) Society and culture in India
vi ) Advanced Sociological Theories
vii ) Understanding Indian Society
viii ) Rural Sociology
ix ) Quantitative Techniques
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xxxiVisual Artsi) Art Introduction & Appreciation
ii ) Methods & Materials
iii ) Art Appreciation
iv ) History of Art
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xxxiiComputer Science & Engg.i ) Database Management system
ii ) Operating system
iii ) Data Structures
iv ) Computer Networks
v) Software Engg.
vi) Automata Theory
vii ) Analysis & Design of Algorithms
viii ) Advanced Computer Architecture
ix) Programming Languages
x) Discrete Structures
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xxxiiiBio-technology Engg.i ) Molecular Biology and genetics engineering
ii ) Immunology and diagnostics
iii ) Biotechniques
iv ) Plaint biotechnology
v) Industrial Biotechnology and fermentation technology
vi ) Drug and Vaccine development
vii ) Animal Biotechnology
viii ) Bioprocess Engineering
ix ) Bioinformatics
x )Genomics & Proteomics
xi ) Biosensors
xii ) IPR, Biothics and Biosafety
xiii ) Environmental Biotechnology
xiv) Stem, cells
xv) Biostatistics
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xxxivElectronics & Communication Engg.i ) Analog & Digital Electronics
ii ) Control system
iii ) Communication Engg.
iv ) Satellite Communication
5+5
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i ) VLSI
ii ) Microprocessors
iii ) DSP
iv ) Data Communication
Wireless Communication
Optical Network
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xxxvElectrical Engineeringi ) Power System Protection
ii ) Electrical Machines
iii ) Control system
iv) Network theory
v ) Microprocessors
vi ) Generation
vii ) Transmission
viii ) Distribution
ix) Power Electronics
x) Mathematics ( Laplace, z-transform, Matrices )
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xxxviMechanical Engineeringi ) Manufacturing & production
ii ) Design
iii ) Thermal Engg
iv) Industrial Engg.
v ) CAD/CAM/CIM
vi ) Robotics & Automation
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xxxviiTextiles EngineeringGroup - A : Compulsory : Weightage :- 50% i.e., 50 questions, containing general subjects :
i ) Textile Raw Material
ii ) Fibre Science
iii ) Testing
iv ) Fabric Structure
v) Technical Textiles
Group : B Optional : Weightage :-50% i.e., 50 questions, containing Textile Technology related subjects :
i ) Spinning
ii ) Weaving
iii ) Texturising
iv ) Structure & Properties of Fibres
Group C : Optional : Weightage :-50% i.e., 50 questions, containing Textile Chemistry related subjects :
i ) Preparatory processes
ii ) Dyeing
iii ) Printing
iv )Finishing
v ) Recent developments in Chemical Processing
Group D : Optional : Weightage : 50% i.e., 50 questions, containing Fashion & Apparel Engineering related subjects :
i ) Fashion Designing
ii ) Garment Manufacturing Technology
iii ) Apparel Construction
iv ) Pattern Making, grading & draping
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xxxviiiLLB 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 Inter-national 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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xxxixLLB 5 - year Integrateda ) 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 Inter-national Importance
2 ) General Science
3 ) History of India
4 ) Geography
5 ) Indian Polity & Economy

Note : The standard of questions will be that of 12th standard as prescribed by the Board of School of Education, Haryana..
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xiMBA 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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xiiMBA 5 - year a ) General English ( including comprehension, vocabulary,
usage and grammar etc. )
b ) Numerical Ability and Reasoning
c ) General Awareness
d ) Management Aptitude

Note : The standard of questions for General English and numerical ability will be that of 10th standard as prescribed by the Board of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani.
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xiiiM.P.Ed.a ) Sports Terms
b ) History of Sports
c ) Sports performance
d ) Sports persons and Games
e ) Sports Awards and their winners
f) Trophies and Games to which they are associated and winners of these Trophies
g ) Anatomy and Physiology
h ) Allied Sports and Rules & Regulations of various Games played in India
i ) General I.Q. / Current Affairs ( not necessarily related to Sports )
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