Punjab PSC Inspector Syllabus 2016 – Punjab Public Service Commission has issued a recruitment notification for Punjab PSC 300 Posts Recruitment 2016, it going to hire employees for Exam for Inspector posts. Punjab PSC invites applications in a prescribed format for the recruitment of these 300 Inspector posts. The organization has going to conduct an examinations for the recruitment of employees to these posts(Punjab PSC Inspector Syllabus 2016). It gives better preparation for the exam.
Punjab PSC Inspector Posts Selection Procedure
This examination will conducted through written mode. Candidate who will be shortlisted in the written exam conducted by the Punjab PSC(Punjab PSC Inspector Syllabus 2016).
Punjab PSC Inspector Posts Examination Pattern
This examination will consists of a Single paper. This paper consists of multiple choice questions and It Contains three Parts. All candidates will undergo a common multiple-choice type examination. This examination will consists of papers:
Written Examination: 300
Interview: 40 Marks
Grand Total: 340 Marks
2.Political Theory & International Order.
4.History of India.
7.Current Events of National and International Importance.
Punjab PSC Inspector Syllabus 2016
States of matter, structure of atom, versatile nature of carbon, Acids, bases, salts, corrosion in metals, action of soaps, Life on earth-evolution, marine & terrestrial life. Human body and life processes, nutrition, disease- its causes & prevention, infectious diseases, lifestyle diseases, Public health initiatives, mother and child health, immunization & vaccination, HIV-AIDS, TB, POLIO etc, Force-laws of motion & gravitation, Archimedes principle, Energy-kinetic & potential, Light – reflection & refraction – concepts and applications, Sound – propagation & reflection – concepts and applications, Electric current – concepts and application, Computers and telecommunication -concepts and applications.
2.Political Theory & International Order:
Basic concepts of freedom, equality social justice, rights &duties, citizenship, nationalism, secularism etc, United Nations and its organs/agencies, other international organizations like the World Bank, IMF, WTO, EU, G20, BRICS etc. and their role in the World peace, trade & development.
Basic features, provisions, schedules of the Indian Constitution, Key amendments, Panchayati Raj. Elections – people’s Representation Act, electoral reforms. Rise of regionalism and coalition politics, Armed challenges to the Indian state since independence.
4.History of India:
The Indus valley civilization, The Aryan and the Vedic age, Jainism and Buddhism, The Maurya Gupta Periods, Advent of Islam and Sultanate period (political, social & cultural), The Bhakti Movement, The Mughals (political, social & cultural till Aurangzeb), The coming of the European Powers and the advent of the British rule, The Mutiny of 1857, The British rule and the Indian National Movement (1857-1947).
Indian economic development (1950-1991) – key economic policies, public sector dominance, bank nationlisation etc, Five year plans – key goals and main achievements, Liberalisation, privatization and globalization era since 1991 – key policies, decision and results, Performance of Indian economy since 1991 – Growth, fiscal & revenue deficits, trade, commences & balances of payments, inflation, and growth of service sector, Key challenges and responses – agriculture and food security, industrialsation, poverty alleviation & employment, rural & urban infrastructure, social sector – health, education etc.
Population – distribution, density, growth and comparison, Migration – types, causes and consequences, Human development. Human settlements, Land resources and agriculture, Water resources, Mineral and energy resources, Manufacturing industries, Planning and sustainable development in India, Transport and communication, International trade, Geographical perspective on selected issues and problems.
7.Current Events of National and International Importance
Geography, People, Society and Culture, History, Economy.
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