Other Entrance Exams

AP Ed. CET Syllabus

ed cet ap syllabus

Paper I Syllabus (General English)

  1. Reading Comprehension
  2. Vocabulary, Synonyms, Antonyms
  3. Correction of Sentences, Articles, Prepositions, Tenses, Spelling
  4. Transformation of Sentences – Simple, Compound and Complex. Voices, Direct Speech and Indirect Speech

Paper II Syllabus (General Knowledge and Teaching Aptitude)

  1. Current Affairs
  2. General Awareness
  3. India and neighbour countries: History, Culture, Geography, Ecology, Economics, General Policy and Scientific Research
  4. General Intelligence
  5. Teaching Characteristics: Communication, dealing with children, recognize individual differences.

Paper III :

Mathematics:

  1. Sets – relations
  2. Rings
  3. Vector spaces
  4. Elementary matrix operations
  5. Three dimensional geometry
  6. Real numbers
  7. Differential equations
  8. Elements of Number theory
  9. Quadratic equations

Physical Science:

Physics:

  1. Vector Analysis
  2. Mechanics of particles
  3. Mechanics of Rigid bodies
  4. Central forces
  5. Fundamentals of vibrations
  6. Damped and forced oscillations
  7. Vibrating strings
  8. Kinetic theory of gases
  9. Thermodynamics
  10. Quantum theory of Radiation
  11. Statistical thermodynamics
  12. Interference
  13. Diffraction
  14. Polarization and double effraction
  15. Lasers fiber optics and Holography
  16. Electrostatics
  17. Dielectrics
  18. Capacitance
  19. Magnetostatics
  20. Moving charge in electric and magnetic fields
  21. Electromagnetic induction
  22. Varying and alternating currents
  23. Maxwell’s equations and electromagnetic wave

Chemistry:

  1. Atomic Structure and Elementary Quantum Mechanics
  2. Chemical Bonding
  3. Periodic properties
  4. s-block and p-block elements
  5. d – block elements
  6. f- block elements
  7. Metals
  8. Co-ordination compounds
  9. Stereochemistry of carbon compounds
  10. Structural theory in Organic Chemistry
  11. Acyclic Hydrocarbons
  12. Benzene and its reactivity
  13. Areness and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons
  14. Heterocyclic Compounds
  15. Carbohydrates
  16. Amino acids and proteins
  17. Gaseous state
  18. Liquid state
  19. Solid state
  20. Dilute Solutions and Colligative properties
  21. Colloids and Surface Chemistry
  22. Solutions
  23. Chemical Kinetics
  24. Thermodynamics

Bio-Science:

Botany:

  1. Branches of Botany
  2. Classification of Plant Kingdom
  3. Cell Biology
  4. Tissue organization and growth
  5. Physiology
  6. Plant reproduction
  7. Plant resources and their utilization
  8. Plants and Environment

Zoology:

  1. Biology of Invertebrates
  2. Cell Biology
  3. Animal Phsiology, Behaviour and Ecology
  4. Animal Behaviour
  5. Animal Ecology
  6. Biology of Chordates, Genetics, Evolution and Zoogeography
  7. Genetics

Social Science:

Geography:

  1. Principles of Physical Geography
  2. Social and Economic Geography
  3. Regional Geography of India
  4. Regional Geography of Asia

History:

  1. History of India upto 1526 A.D.
  2. History of India (1526-1964 A.D.)
  3. Modern India
  4. History of Modern Europe (1789-1960)

Civics:

  1. Political Science – Concepts and Theories
  2. Public Administration – Concepts and Theories
  3. Indian Government and Politics
  4. Public Administration in India
  5. Challenges facing our country today
  6. United Nations and India’s role

Economics:

  1. 1) Micro-Macro, Static-Dynamic, Normative and Positive Economics
  2. Cardinal and Ordinal approaches, and law of diminishing marginal utility
  3. Law of variable proportions, and returns to scale
  4. Different concepts of costs and their Inter-reaction
  5. Concepts of National Income
  6. Meaning of Economic Development and Measure of Economic Development – GNP, PQLI, and HDL
  7. Sources of Public revenue
  8. Canons and Effects of Public Expenditure
  9. Functions and classification of Money
  10. Budgets and Money supply – concept of Inflation
  11. Functions of commercial banks and functions of Reserve Bank of India
  12. Methods of Credit control
  13. Importance of Agriculture in the Indian Economy
  14. Population growth in India – causes – problems of over population
  15. Regional disparities – causes of inequalities in Income and Wealth
  16. Meaning of a mixed Economy, characteristic features
  17. The concept of poverty – causes of poverty in India
  18. Types of unemployment – Disguised, Seasonal, Frictional, Structural
  19. Objectives of Planning in India – Important achievements and failures of planning India
  20. Importance of infrastructure
  21. Social sector – Literacy rates in India – Progress in Health Status
  22. Organized and unorganized sectors in the Indian Economy
  23. Structure of the Indian Economy – Agriculture sector, Industry sector and Service sector

English:

Language Skills:

  1. Language functions
  2. Elements of phonetics
  3. Grammar
  4. Phrasal Verbs (idioms)
  5. Writing Skills
  6. Study Skills
  7. Reference Skills
  8. Vocabulary
  9. Punctuations

English (Based on BA English syllabus):

  1. Language and Literature
  2. Forms of poetry: evolution, kinds and variations
  3. Element of Drama
  4. Elements of Fiction
  5. Poetry from the Elizabethan age to the Pre-Romantic
  6. Development of drama : 16th and 17th Century British Drama
  7. Prose : Origin and Development of the Essay; kinds
  8. Fiction: Origin and Development of the Novel
  9. Origin and growth of Indian English Literature
  10. Poetry for detailed study
  11. Drama
  12. Fiction
  13. American English Language and Literature
  14. Poetry for detailed study
  15. Drama
  16. Prose
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Jaspreet Singh