Syllabus for Written test for the post of Stock Assistant. Section I

Zum Zum Building Rambagh, Srinagar

Marks:-150 Time:-2:30 Hours
Syllabus for Written test (Objective Type} for the post of Stock Assistant. Section I                                 English                        (20   Marks)

Unseen Passage, Phrases, Pronouns, Homonyms/ homophones,Tenses, Clauses, Punctuation, Articles. Basic understanding of English Language, Essay and letter writing.
20 Marks
Section-I                               Mathematics                    (30Marks)
Unit 1                                                                                Algebra
Pair of Linear Equation in two variables, Algebraic conditions for number of solutions. Simple situational problems may be included, simple problems on equations reducible to linear equation may be included                                                              03 Marks.

Unit II                                                      Polynomials and Quadratic equation
Zeroes of a Polynomial, Relationship between Zeroes and coefficients of polynomial with particular reference to quadratic polynomials. Statement and simple problems on division algorithm for polynomials with real coefficients. Standard form of Quadratic equation ax2+bx+c=o, (a O), problems felated to day to day activities to be incorporated.                                                                                                  (05 Marks)


Unit III                                                                                                    Trigonometry
Tribonometrtc ratios of an acute angle of a right angled. Relationship between the ratios, Trigonometric indentities. Applications of the identity Sin2A+Cos2A=1 .Trigonometric ratios of complementary angles. Simple and believable problems on heights and distances. Angle of elevation/depression should be only 30,45,60.

(04 Marks) Unit IV                                                                                                            Mensuration
Problems on finding surface areas and volumes of combination of any two of the following cubes, cuboids, spheres, hemispheres and right circular cylinders/cones. Frustum of a cone. Problems involving converting one type of metallic solid into another and other mixed problems.

(08 Marks) UnitV                                                                                                                Probability
Repeated experiments and observed frequency approach to probability. Focus is on empirical probability. Classical definition of probability. Simple problems on single even, not using set rotation.

(10 Marks). Section III                                    Physics                                                      (20 Marks)
Unit I                                                                             Light-Reflection and Refraction
Reflection of light, spherical mirrors; Image formation; uses of spherical mirrors. Sign, conventions for spherical mirrors. Refraction of light, refraction through a glass, refractive indes, conditions for no refraction. Spherical lenses, image formation, sign conventions, lens formula (only relation).

(O5 Marks) Unit II                                                               The Human Eye and the Colorful World
Human eye; power of accommodation; defects of vision and their correction. Glass prism (refraction and dispersion). Atmospheric refraction-twinkling of stars and color of sun at sunrise and sunset.

(O5 Marks) Unit III                                                                                                                 Electricity
Concept of electric charge. Electric current; electric potential and potential difference; Ohm’s Law and experimental verification; resistance and its dependence. Heating effect of current-Electric power and energy.

(O5 Marks)
Unit IV                                                                                                    Source of Energy
Various sources of energy;Conventional sources of energy; improvement in technology for using conventional source of energy (Biomass and wind energy). Non-conventional sourcesofenergy (Solar energy. Energy from Sea). Nuclear energy (Nuclear fusion and nuclear fission). Lasting of energy sources.

(O5 Marks) Section-IV                            Chemistry                        (30Marks)
Unit -I                                   Chemical Reactions and Equation
Chemical equation, writing of chemical equation; balancing chemical equations. Types of chemical reactions; viz Combination reactions; Decomposition reactions; Displacement reactions; Double displacement reactions; Oxidation and reduction. Effects of oxidation and reduction reactions in everyday life, viz, corrosion and rancidity,

(05 Marks) U nit- II                                                                         Carbon and its Compounds
Bonding in Carbon. Covalent bond, Allotropes of Carbon; Versatile nature of carbon; Saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons; chains; branches and rings; homologous series and its characteristics. Chemical properties of carbon compounds viz. combustion; oxidation; addition and substitution reactions. Important Carbon compounds like Ethane and Ethanolc acid. Properties of Ethanoic acid. Soaps and Detergents.

(10 Marks)
Unit-Ill                                                                       Metals and Non-Metals
Physical properties of metals and non-metals. Chemical properties of metals like action of water, air, acids, salts. Cause of reactivity of metals and non-metals. Properties of Ionic compounds. Corrosion of metals and its prevention.

(05 Marks) Unit IV                                                      Acids, Bases and Salts
Idea about acidsand bases; Chemical properties of acids and bases viz. Action of metals, metal carbonates, metal hydrogen carbonates (only In case of acids), metallic acids; non-metallic acids and bases. Similarities in acids and bases; reaction of acids and bases with water. Strength of acids and base solutions; pH and its importance. Idea of salts, their family and pH. Chemicals from common salts like Sodium hydroxide, Baking soda and Washing soda; Hydrated salts, plaster of paris.

(10 Marks) Section                          Biology                                    (50Marks)
Unit-I                                                                      Life Processes
What are life processes? Nutrition-Autotrophic Nutrition. Heterotrophic Nutrition. How do animals obtain their nutrition? Nutrition in Human beings. Respiration. Transportation; Transportation in plants. Excertlon; Excertlon in Human beings, Excertion in plants.

(10 Marks) Unit-ll                                               Control and Co-Ordination
Animals-Nervous System, What happens in Reflex Action? Human Brain. Howarethese tissues protected? How does Nervous tissue cause action? Coordination in plants, immediate response to stimulus, movements due to growth. Hormones in Animals.

(10 Marks) Unit-Ill                                      How do Organisms Reproduce?
The importance of variation. Modes of reproduction used by unicellular organisms. Fission, Fragmentation, Regeneration, Vegetative Propogatlon, Budding, Spore Formation, Sexual Reproduction: Why the sexual mode of reproduction? Reproduction in human Beings. Male Reproductive System, Female Reproductive System. What happens when the egg is not fertilized? Reproductive Health.

(10 Marks) Unit-IV                                                     Heredity and Genetics
Accumulation of variation reproduction. Heredity; Inherited traits, Rules for the interitance of traits, Mendel’s contribution. How do these traits get expressed? Sex determination. Acquired and inherited traits. Speclatlon. Classification, tracing evolutionary relationships, fossils, evolution by stages.

(05 Marks)
Unit-V                                                               Our Environment
Environment and Ecosystem- What are its components? Food chains and webs. How do our activities effect the environment? Ozone layer and how it is getting depleted. Managing the garbage we produce.

(05 Marks)
Unit-VI                                Management of Natural Resources
Why do we need to Manage our Resources? Forests and Wild life. Stake holders, Sustainable Management, Dama, Water harvesting. Coal and Petroleum. An overview of Natural Resources Management
(10 Marks)


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