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CUCET Syllabus 2017 Pdf UG/PG Complete Information & Exam Pattern, Books


CUCET Syllabus

Central Universities Common Entrance Test has formally revealed CUCET Notification 2017 to get admission in the various courses of UG and PG courses which are offered by eight central universities jointly. The Eight universities are: Central University of Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Jammu, Kerala, Punjab, Kashmir, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu.

Contenders in tremendous number have shown their reaction for this advt and they are begun their search towards CUCET Syllabus 2016. The Selection Department has transferred complete Exam Pattern and Previous & Model Papers at the official page. With the assistance of this information, you can instantly start your preparation plan. Start your preparation by taking guidance of this Study Material. Candidate who wants to have a better performance in their program can download Syllabus/ Exam Pattern in PDF format on the official website or from the link given below on this page.


The Board will select candidates through Written Test and Interview. So save Exam Pattern and prepare well. Besides Syllabus ou can also get Previous Solved Papers at association official page. This data will be useful for the appellants to score high in the exam. Refer this blog entry to secure clear data with respect to Syllabus & Exam Pattern

Details about CUCET 2017 Application Form:
·         Exam Name: Central Universities Common Entrance Test
·         Conducting body –  Central University of Rajasthan
·         Participating Universities -Central university of Rajasthan. Jharkhand, Kerala, Haryana, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir
·         Official Website: cucet16.co.in
·         Mode of Apply: Online & Offline
·         Date of Exam: June 2017
·         Category: Syllabus


CUCET UG Syllabus

Part-A: It includes:
Part-B:

This part contains 4 section in which candidate has to answer any three sections. The sections include:

Section
Name of Chapters
Physics
  • Measurement
  • Motion in one dimension
  • Laws of Motion, Motion in two dimensions
  • Work, Power and Energy
  • Linear Momentum & collisions
  • Rotation of a rigid body about a fixed axis
  • Gravitation
  • Oscillatory motion
  • Mechanics of solids and fluids
  • Heat and thermodynamics
  • Wave
  • Electrostatics
  • Current Electricity
  • Magnetic Effect of Current
  • Magnetism in Matter
  • Electromagnetic induction
  • Ray Optics and optical instruments
  • Wave Optics
  • Modern Physics
Chemistry
  • Atomic Structure
  • Chemical Bonding
  • Redox Reactions
  • Chemical Equilibrium and Kinetics
  • Acid-Base concepts
  • Electrochemistry
  • Catalysis
  • Colloids
  • Colligative Properties of Solution
  • Periodic Table
  • Preparation and Properties of certain substances
  • Thermochemistry
  • General Organic Chemistry
  • Reaction intermediates
  • Isomerism
  • Polymers
  • Carbohydrates
  • Solid State
  • Petroleum
Mathematics
  • Algebra
  • Probability
  • Trigonometry
  • Co-ordinate Geometry
  • Calculus
  • Vectors
  • Dynamics
  • Statics
Biology
  • Zoology
  • Applied Biology
  • Mammalian Anatomy
  • Animal Physiology
  • Botany
  • Important Phylums


CUCET Syllabus For M.Phil. and /or Ph.D. Research Programme

This paper will comprise of two parts, Part-A and Part-B

Part-A
  • English Language Competency
  • General Knowledge
  • Current Awareness and Analytical Skills
Part-B

This part contains 4 sections, they are as follows:

Section-I
Unit-I
  • Management
  • Functions of Management
  • Managerial Roles and responsibilities
  • Management Thought
  • Classical Perspective  Scientific
  • Management  Administrative
  • Management  Bureaucratic
  • Management Behavioral Perspective.
  • Social Responsibilities of Business.
  • Leadership  transitions in leadership theories 
  • trait theories 
  • behavioural theories 
  • contingency theories 
  • leadership styles and skills
  • Managerial culture and leadership  Motivation and theories
  • Organization theories 
  • Individual Behaviour  Personality  Perception  Organizational Learning 
  • Group Dynamics 
  • Team Building
Unit-II
  • Meaning and scope of Managerial Economics  Objectives of firm 
  • Fundamental concepts of Economics  Incremental reasoning  contribution 
  • Time perspective 
  • Risk and uncertainty 
  • Discounting principle 
  • Opportunity cost 
  • Profit maximization model 
  • Growth maximization model and Behavioural model of firm Demand and revenue  Elasticity of demand  Demand function  Demand forecasting 
  • Cost concepts 
  • Production function 
  • Laws of returns and returns to scale.
  • Theory of pricing  Perfect competition  Imperfect Competition 
  • Monopoly 
  • Monopolistic competition 
  • Monopsony 
  • Duopoly and Oligopoly 
  • National Income 
  • Methods of measurement
Unit-III
Unit-IV
  • Financial Accounting 
  • Accounting as an information system
  • Accounting concepts 
  • conventions and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
  • Financial Statements:
  • Preparation of Financial Statements
  • Trading Account
  • Profit & Loss Account 
  • Balance Sheet and Adjustments in final accounts.
  • Management Accounting  Attributes and Usefulness of Financial Statements 
  • Cost Accounting: Cost Accounting & Cost Centre.
  • Elements and Methods of Costing Preparation of Cost Sheet and Inventory Control.
  • Marginal & Standard Costing and Budgetary Control 
  • Marginal Costing Absorption Costing  Concept and Application of CVP
  • Analysis in business decision making Standard Costing  
  • Variance Analysis.
  • Business Policy. Strategic Management 
  • Strategy formulation 
  • Strategic alternatives and choice
  • Strategic Analysis 
  • Strategy implementation 
  • Strategy Evaluation: Strategic Evaluation and Control 2 Corporate Governance:
  • Issues  Corporate Governance Code
  • Transparency & Disclosure.
  • Global issues of Corporate Governance.
  • Regulatory Framework of Corporate Governance 
  • Major Corporate Scams Indian and Global Computer fundamentals.
  • Computer Components: Hardware (Processing devices 
  • Memory (RAM ROM) Input-Output devices External storage devices) Software (System Application software) Data Humanware.
  • MS-Office. Internet.
  • Development of MIS
Section-II
Unit-I
  • Business Communication: Principles of effective communication (7 Cs) 
  • Media for communication (covering written  oral  face-to-face  audio-visual  computer aided  silence) 
  • Model of communication process.
  • Types of communication: Formal (upward downward horizontal diagonal) Informal (grapevine consensus) Ethics in communication.
  •  Barriers to communication.
  • Report writing corporate communication.
  • Means of communication
  • Entrepreneurship conceptual aspects.
  • Entrepreneurial process & entrepreneurship development.
  • Preparing for an entrepreneurial career.
  • Institutional infrastructure to promote entrepreneurship. Emerging trends in Entrepreneurship.
Unit-II
  • Marketing concepts
  • Marketing management 
  • Marketing mix  STP (Segmentation  Targeting  Positioning) concepts 
  • Marketing planning 
  • Organization and control.
  • Product classification product line-concepts and decisions new product development process 
  • Product Life Cycle Packaging labelling tags quality standards.
  • Product portfolio decisions.
  • Pricing process methods pricing strategies.
  • Physical distribution levels of distribution channels
  • Channel-management decisions. Promotion promotion mix concept;
  •  Advertising 5-M model; Sales promotion;
  • Public relations direct marketing Personal selling.
  • Financial Management objectives of financial management
  • profit maximization vs. wealth maximization financial modeling-Concepts
  • Scope and limitations.
  • Sources of finance.
  •  Emerging short-term and long term financial instruments.
  • Financing decisions 
  • Capital structure 
  • Investment decision 
  • Working capital management  Dividend decision
Unit-III
  • Production and Operations management 
  • Production planning and control  Production processes 
  • Capacity planning 
  • Plant location 
  • Plant layout 
  • Quality control 
  • Statistical Quality Control 
  • Control charts 
  • Acceptance sampling techniques 
  • Total Quality Management (TQM) 
  • Business Process Reengineering (BPR) 
  • Materials management 
  • Inventory management Business Environment 
  • Environment Scanning 
  • Environmental Analysis and forecasting  business and society –
  • Social responsibility of business
  • Economic and Political Environment 
  • Technological Environment 
  • Demography and Socio-Cultural
  • Environment  Legal  Financial and
  • International Environment
Unit-IV
  • Probability Theory and Probability Distributions
  •  Bayes' Theorem  Binomial 
  • Poisson and Normal distributions 
  • Measures of central tendency 
  • Measures of Variation.
  • Correlation and Regression.
  • Index Numbers 
  • Interpolation and Extrapolation. Research
  • Methodology types and process of research.
  • Research Design.
  • Data Sources methods of data collection.
  • Sampling and Tests of Significance Sampling of Attributes Sampling of Variables (Large and Small Samples). Data Analysis
  •  Hypothesis testing 
  • Parametric and Non-Parametric Tests.
  • Statistical Decision Theory: Decision making process 
  • Decisions under Uncertainty and Decisions under Risk.
  • Linear Programming  
  • Transportation Model 
  • Assignment Model 
  • Queuing Theory 
  • PERT & CPM  Game Theory
Section- III
Unit-I
  • Need for Training and development –
  • Methods of Identification of Training needs 
  • Training policy
  • Methods of Training - supervisory development programmes  (SDP) –
  • Techniques of SDP - Training and education for operative personnel  skill training 
  • Computer Based Training(CBT) 
  • Multimedia Training 
  • E-Learning/Online Learning  Distance
  • Learning Management Development (MD) and Organizational Development (OD).
  • Methods of MD- OD interventions.
  • Training Evaluation 
  • Kirkpatrick Model of Evaluation
  •  CIRO Model 
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis 
  • ROI of Training.
  • Role of Professional bodies for
  • Management Education and Training - AIMA
  •  NIPM 
  • ISTD 
  • IIMS 
  • School of Management Studies 
  • NPC 
  • NITIE and ASCI - Training and TQM and ISO 9000
  • Training Aids
  • Types of aids and Audio visual aids - Budget
  • Estimation on Training.
Unit-II
  • Conceptual Framework of Strategic HRM 
  • Models of Strategic HRM 
  • SHRM for Competitive Advantage 
  • Strategic HR 
  • Strategic H R Planning  
  • Implementation of Strategic HRM 
  • Performance Management & Feedback 
  • Compensation 
  • Employee Separation.
  • Components of Strategic HRM  
  • Strategic Knowledge Management.
  • Evaluating Strategic Contributions 
  • Approaches and methods of evaluation.
  •  Industrial Relations  Grievances
  • Handling Industrial Discipline. Trade
  • Unionism
  •  Industrial Disputes Collective
  • Bargaining Workers’ Participation.
Unit-III
  • International Management and Culture;
  •  Strategic Decision-Making- the PESTEL Framework;
  •  Comparing Cultures;
  •  Movement in the Culture;
  • Organisational Culture;
  • Culture and Management
  • Communication Performance Management
  • Managing Organisational Performance 
  • Evaluating performance management 
  • Compensation Management. Payment of Wages Act  1936
  • Employee's Provident Funds Miscellaneous Provisions Act  1952
Unit-IV
  • The Factories Act- 1948 
  • The Employees State Insurance Act  1948  Industrial Employment (standing order) Act 1946 
  • The Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 Perspective of HRD Organizational Effectiveness and Excellence.
  • Evaluating HRD. Organizational Development (OD) -OD Programs and Techniques: OD Consultants.
  • Organizational Development Process Managing Organizational Change. Concept of Competency.
Section-IV
Unit-I
  • Tourism
  • Typology of Tourism 
  • Classification of Tourists Tourism Network
  • Historical Development of Tourism ‐
  • Major motivations and deterrents to travel.
  • Tourism Industry; Structure and Components Emerging areas of tourism
  • Ideals of Responsible Tourism ‐ Alternate Tourism.
  • Tourist Transportation:
  • Air transportation Surface
  • Transport Rail Transport
  • Water Transport.
  • Tourism Impacts
  • Tourism Area Life Cycle (TALC)  Doxey’s Index
  • Demonstration Effect Push and Pull Theory 
  • Tourism System
  • Mathieson and Wall Model & Leiper’s Model 4 Stanley Plog’s Model of Destination Preferences  
  • Demand and Supply in tourism ‐
  • Tourism regulations Present trends in Domestic and Global tourism 
  • MNC’s in Tourism Industry.
Unit-II
  • Natural Tourism resources in India 
  • Tourism & nature conservation 
  • Tourism Organizations: Role and
  • Functions of World Tourism
  • Organization (WTO)  Pacific Asia
  • Travel Association (PATA) World
  • Tourism & Travel Council (WTTC) 
  • Ministry of Tourism Govt. Of India 
  • ITDC Department of Tourism Govt. of J&K FHRAI IHA IATA TAAI IATO.
  • Jammu and Kashmir Tourism  Tourism Products of Jammu & Kashmir  Religions and important pilgrimage sites  Tourism Destinations
Unit-III
  • Importance of geography in Tourism  IATA Areas
  •  Factors affecting global and regional tourist movements; demand and origin factors 
  • Destinations and resource factors. Contemporary trends in International tourist movements 
  • Physical and political features of Indian-subcontinent 
  • Tourism and Environmental Change 
  • Eco Tourism Resources in India Study of wild life Parks 
  • Sanctuaries & Tiger Reserves in India 
  • Study of Hill station attractions & their environs. Islands: Resources & their use patterns.
Unit-IV
  • Adventure Tourism 
  • Cultural and Heritage
  • Tourism 
  • Sustaining Tourism infrastructure for religious tourists and pilgrimages  local consultation and participation  administrative and regulatory issues; planning and management approaches 
  • Cultural Events Management 
  • MICE  Evolution of MICE industry;
  • Components of MICE 
  • Trade shows and exhibitions/expositions 
  • Conference and Events venues  Incentive Tour 
  • Travel Agencies and Tour Operators 
  • Organizational Structure/Chart of travel agency 
  • Different approval requirements from
  • Government and Private Travel bodies for setting up a travel agency 
  • Travel agency documents and formats used in operations. Destination Development 
  • Process of Strategic Tourism
  • Planning  destination planning and Synthesis 
  • Destination Promotion 
  • Destination development policies 
  • Approaches to Destination Resort Planning.


CUCET Syllabus PDF

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