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Gun Carriage Factory Jabalpur Exam Syllabus 2014
Gun Carriage Factory, Ministry of Defense, Jabalpur will conduct a Written exam for recruitment of posts of Trained Graduate Teacher (Science). The standard of Competition level is raising with the time period as we are going onwards and time passing away rapidly. So candidate should knows that what should they have to prepare for their performance in examination. Candidates who are going to face this exam and are ignoramus about the scheme and syllabus. Now, here we are providing recommended latest exam pattern and syllabus.
Exam Pattern : Exam Pattern for TGT (Science) written Exam is as Follows:-
► The written test will be multiple choice/objective type.
► The Time Duration will be 03:00 hours (180 minutes).
|Part II||Current Affairs||20|
|Reasoning & Numerical Ability||20|
► Part-II of the Question Paper of the candidate will be evaluated only if he/she qualifies in Part-I.
Exam Syllabus : Exam Syllabus for TGT (Science) written Exam is given below :-
CORE LANGUAGE COMPETENCY – The candidate should have adequate understanding of English and Hindi to deal with students of Elementary Classes. The ability to comprehend texts and express them effectively in writing/orally will be measured through Written Test and Teaching Skill Test.
English & Hindi : Articles/Determines, Prepositions, Verb forms, Adjectives, Tense, Modal Auxiliaries, Active/Passive, Reported speech, Punctuations, Letter Writing-formal & informal, Essay on current issues, Speech, vocabulary, idioms and phrases, Antonym & Synonyms, Methods of teaching English at Elementary level.
Current Affairs : In this objective of questions about general knowledge of surrounding society of the candidates to test the awareness about surrounding activities. Questions will also be included towards a scientist sight and thinking which expected from an educated person. So, candidates should must focus on affairs about India and its adjacent countries too. Scientific Progress/Development, National/International Awards, Indian Languages, Books, Script, Capital, Currency, Sports-Athlete such as essential knowledge.
Reasoning & Numerical Ability : Questions will be asked from analogies, similarities and differences, spatial visualization, spatial orientation, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship concepts, arithmetic reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series, non-verbal series, coding and decoding, statement conclusion, syllogistic reasoning. The test of Arithmetical and Numerical abilities will cover Number Systems including questions on Simplification, Decimals, Fractions, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Average, Profit & Loss, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Tables & Graphs, etc.
Science : The standard of the questions/level of difficulty of questions in the written examination will be Graduation/Degree level.
EFFECT OF CURRENT – Potential; potential difference ohms law; series combination of resistors, parallel combination of resistors; Power dissipation due to current; Inter relation between P, V, I and R. Magnetic field & magnetic lines, Magnetic field due to current carrying conductor, Fleming left hand rule, Electromagnetic Induction; Induced Potential Difference, Induced current; Direct current, Alternating current; Frequency of AC, Advantage of Electronic Motor & Electronic Generator.
LIGHT – Convergence and Divergence of light; Images formed by a Conclave Mirror; related concepts, centre of curvature; principal axis, optic centre, focus, focal length, Refraction & laws of refraction. Images formed by a convex lens; functioning of vision and remedies. Applications of spherical mirrors and lenses. Appreciation of concept of refraction index; Twinkling of stars; Dispersion of light; Scattering of light.
SOURCES OF ENERGY – Different forms of Energy, Leading to different sources for human use; Fossil Fuels, Solar Energy; Biogas; Wind; Water and Tidal Energy; Nuclear Energy. Renewable versus non-renewable sources.
MOTION; FORCE AND NEWTON’S LAWS – Displacement, Velocity, Uniform & Non-Uniform motion along a straight line, Acceleration, Distance-time and velocity, Time graphs for uniform and uniformly accelerated motion; Equations of motion by graphical method; Elementary idea of uniform circular motion. Force and Motion; Newton’s laws of motion, Inertia of a body; Inertia and Mass, Momentum, Force and acceleration, Elementary idea of conservation of momentum, Action and Reaction forces.
GRAVITATION: WORK, ENERGY AND POWER – Gravitation; Universal Law of Gravitation, Force of gravitation of the earth: gravity, acceleration due to gravity; mass and weight; free fall. Work done by a force energy, power; Kinetic and Potential energy; law of conservation of energy.
FLOATATION – Thrust and Pressure, Archimedes’ Principle, Buoyancy, Elementary idea of relative density.
SOUND – Nature of Sound and its Propagation in various media, Speed of Sound, Range of hearing in Humans; Ultra Sound, Reflection of sound; Echo and SONAR; Structure of the Human Ear (Auditory aspect only).
MATTER-NATURE AND BEHAVIOUR: STATES OF MATTER – Gases, Liquids, Solids, Plasma and Bose-Einstein condensate, types of intermolecular forces. Classification of matter into mixtures and pure substances. Henry’s Law. Concentration of solutions. Colloids-phases of colloids, Tyndall effect, Brownian movement. Suspension. Properties of matter. Measurement of properties of matter-S.I. system of units, physical and chemical changes. Laws of chemical combination; Gay Lussac’s law, Avogadro’s law, atomic and molecular masses, average atomic mass, mole concept and molar masses, percentage composition.
STRUCTURE OF ATOM – Dalton’s atomic theory, Discharge tube experiments, J. J. Thomson’s model of atom, Rutherford’s model, Bohr’s model of atom, electronic configuration, formation of ions, Characterization of elements as metals, metalloids, or non-metals, isotopes (their applications), isobars and isotones.
PERIODIC CLASSIFICATIONS OF ELEMENTS – Mendeleev’s periodic law, Periodic properties of elements, trends in the period and groups; Importance of the periodic table, position of hydrogen in the periodic table.
CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES – Nature and behaviour Acid, Bases and Salts; Classical definition of acids and bases, Bronsted-Lowry Theory, Lewis concept of acid and bases, relative strengths of acids and bases, logarithmic or p scale –pH, pOH and pkw, ionic equilibria in a solution, Action of indicators on acids and bases, source of acid and bases, Salt-Classification of salts and their pH.
CHEMICAL REACTIONS – Formulations of chemical equations, balancing chemical equations, Types of chemical equations with examples.
METALS AND NON-METALS – Characters of metals and non-metals including all properties and applications Occurrence of metals in nature: ores and minerals, enrichment of ores –metallurgical operations.
Corrosion : rusting of iron –prevention of corrosion.
CARBON COMPOUNDS – Position of carbon in the periodic table. Concept of hybridization and shapes of molecules structural formula and molecular models, types of reactions undergone by organic compounds, homologous series of compounds having different functional groups, isomerism, IUPAC nomenclature of organic compounds.
Hydrocarbons : Their classification, formation of coal and petroleum. Industrial source preparation and properties of alkenes.
Carboxylic acids : Preparation and properties. Qualitative analysis of alcohols, iodoform test, effect of alcohols on living being.
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES – Pollution of river water, Ganga action plan for improving quality of water, Need for sustainable management of natural resources. Development of non-conventional energy resources to prevent pollution and atmospheric conservation.
MAN MADE MATERIAL – Ceramics, cement, porcelain, glass, carbon fibers, soaps and detergents, polymers, fibers and plastics.
What are life Processes.
Need for Nutrition.
Different modes of Nutrition in animals.
What is Photosynthesis.
Various steps of holozoic nutrition.
Aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
Transportation in Human beings.
Transportation in Plants.
Transportation in animals.
Excretion in animals including Human beings.
Excretion in Plants.
Control & Co-Ordination
Animals —nervous system.
Basic unit of Nervous System in animals.
Co-Ordination in plants.
Geotropism —Positive, Negative.
Hormones in animals.
Endocrine & Exocrine glands.
Importance of variation.
Modes of Reproduction used by single organisms.
Sexual Reproduction in plants and animals.
Reproduction in Human beings.
What happens when egg is not fertilized.
Modes of avoiding pregnancy(family planning).
Heredity and Evolution
What is heredity?
Medals Law of inheritance.
How is sex determined?
Evolution & Classification.
Acquired and inherited traits.
Homologus and Analogous organs.
What are fossils?
The Human eye and the colourful world.
Structure of eye.
Defects of eye and their correction
Natural resources The fundamental unit of Life
What are living organisms made of?
Structure organization of cell.
Types of plants tissue and animals tissues
Diversity of living organisms
Basis of Classification.
Classification & Evolution.
Hierarchy of classification —groups.
Why do we fall ill
Health & its failure.
Diseases and their causes.
Types of diseases-Infectious, Noninfectious.
Prevention of diseases.
1. Our Environment : Atmosphere, roll of atmosphere in climate control, wind, rain, environmental pollution: Global warming and green house effect, acid rain, particulate pollutants, smog, formation of photochemical smog. Formation of ozone and its break down ozone hole, causes of ozone hole formation, polar vortex, effects of depletion of ozone hole. Water pollution-oxygen demand, chemical oxygen demand, international standard of drinking water, processing of drinking water. Soil pollution: waste recycling, Strategies to control environmental pollution, its collection and proper methods of disposal.
Biogeochemical cycles : water cycle, nitrogen cycle, carbon cycle, and oxygen cycle.
1. Breath of life : Air, Air pollution.
2. Water a wonderful liquid.
3. Water pollution.
4. Biochemical cycles. Nitrogen cycle. Carbon cycle. Oxygen cycle.
5. The green house effect.
6. What is ozone layer. How does it protect the earth. What are the causes of depletion of ozone layer. How can it affect day to day life of living organisms.
Improvement in Food Resources
1. Improvement in crop yield.
2. Animal Husbandry.
3. Need for Intercropping.
4. Cross Breeding
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