Vacancies for Coordinator at National Institute of Securities Markets (NISM) - Feb 2012
Goverment Jobs & CNational Institute of Securities Markets (NISM), established by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), is a Public Trust with a mandate to contribute to the development of securities markets. NISM has taken up several initiatives in financial education, certification of market intermediaries, corporate governance, securities markets data, research and securities markets education.

As part of its strategy of marketing Financial Literacy Programmes, in general and the Pocket Money Initiatives for Schools in particular, NISM invites applications from Candidates based in Mumbai/Maharashtra, Ahmedabad/Gujarat, Chennai/Tamilnadu for a one year contractual assignment as Resource Persons and designating them as ‘Coordinator - Financial Literacy’, to be part of the marketing initiative of the Financial Literacy efforts of NISM.

Designation of the Resource Person – “Coordinator – Financial Literacy”:

Essential Profile:

Age: Preferably between 25 to 35 years

Educational Qualification/s: Post graduate in Commerce/ Economics/ Management / Social Sciences

Communication Skills : Excellent oral and written communication skills are a pre-requisite with good knowledge of local language. Ability to make presentations is necessary both in English and the Regional Language. Good interpersonal skills are essential.

Technical Skills : Proficiency in MS Office with tools of MS Excel, usage of Internet extensively.

Experience : Exposure in liaisoning with Schools and Colleges, Educational Organisations, Government / Semi Government and Private Organisations/ Agencies/ Autonomous Institutes involved in education sector with very good networking skills. Exposure to educational initiative and ability to take sessions on financial literacy would be given preference. Exposure to training is desirable.

Willingness to travel : Job involves extensive travelling.

Compensation :

The Compensation package will comprise of fixed and variable components. Fixed component would be in the range of Rs.20,000/- to Rs.30,000/-p.a. depending on location, educational qualifications, experience of the candidate and other relevant factors. In computing the variable component, emphasis would be on deliverables laid down by NISM-SEBI. NISM reserves its right to increase or decrease the compensation payable on merits of each case as assessed by them.

Proposed Location of the Resource Persons:

For Maharashtra –Mumbai

For Gujarat – Ahmedabad

For Tamil Nadu – Chennai

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MP Patwari Recruitment Examination – 2012
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RAS Exam 2012 Syllabus
RAS Exam 2012 Syllabus: Rajasthan Public Service Commission(RPSC), Ajmer has issued Notification for RAS Exam 2012 for Rajasthan State and Subordinate Services Combined Competitive Examination.
RAS PRE/ Mains Syllabus:
RAS PRE will have Two Papers.
PAPER 1 GENERAL KNOWLEDGE(Compulsory): GK has no limit of Syallabus, so no one can define the range of syllabus but it contains 50% waitage to Rajasthan GK and 50% to India/World General knowledge including general Science.
General Knowled
PAPER 2: OPTIONAL SUBJECT: RAS Pre will have Second paper as one of Optional Subject listed below with Syllabus.
RAS MAINS: RAS main will have TWO optional Paper from below list as per RPSC Guidlines to select Subject.The Syllabus for the Paper/ Subjects prescribed for Examinations are mentioned here in accordance with Subject will is listed here:
01. Agriculture Syllabus for RAS Exam
02. Agricultural Engineering Syllabus for RAS Exam
03. Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science Syllabus for RAS Exam
04. Botany Syllabus for RAS Exam
05. Chemistry Syllabus for RAS Exam
06. Civil Engineering Syllabus for RAS Exam
07. Commerce and Accountancy Syllabus for RAS Exam
08. Crop Husbandry with Horticulture Syllabus for RAS Exam
09. Computer Engineering Syllabus for RAS Exam
10. Computer Science Syllabus for RAS Exam
11. Dairy Processing & Technology Syllabus for RAS Exam
12. Economics Syllabus for RAS Exam
13. Electrical Engineering Syllabus for RAS Exam
14. Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Syllabus for RAS Exam
15. Geography Syllabus for RAS Exam
16. Geology Syllabus for RAS Exam
17. Home Science Syllabus for RAS Exam
18. History Syllabus for RAS Exam
19. Law Syllabus for RAS Exam
20. Mathematics Syllabus for RAS Exam
21. Mechanical Engineering Syllabus for RAS Exam
22. Mining Engineering Syllabus for RAS Exam
23. Philosophy Syllabus for RAS Exam
24. Physics Syllabus for RAS Exam
25. Political Science & International Relations Syllabus for RAS Exam
26. Psychology Syllabus for RAS Exam
27. Public Administration Syllabus for RAS Exam
28. Sociology Syllabus for RAS Exam
29. Statistics Syllabus for RAS Exam
30. Zoology Syllabus for RAS Exam
31. Anthropology Syllabus for RAS Exam
32. Management Syllabus for RAS Exam
Literature Subjects:
33. English Syllabus for RAS Exam
34. Hindi Syllabus for RAS Exam
35. Urdu Syllabus for RAS Exam
36. Sanskrit Syllabus for RAS Exam
37. Sindhi Syllabus for RAS Exam

NOTE: Please do Conform Syllabus with RPSC Information Booklet 2012, This Syllabus is updated for Information Purpose only from Previous year examination.

RAS EXAM Psychology Syllabus
Psychology (Code No. 26)
1. Scope, Method and subject matter.
2. Methods : Experimental methods, Field Studies, clinical and case methods, Characteristics of psychological studies.
3. Physiological Basis, Structure and functions of the nervous systems, functions of the endocrine system.
4. Development of Behaviour, Genetic mechanism, Environmental factors, Growth and maturation, Relevant experimental studies.
5. Cognitive processes (I) : Perception, Perceptual Process ; Perceptual organisation, Perception of form, colour, depth and time, Perceptual constancy, Role of motivation, Social and cultural factors in perceptions.
6. Cognitive Processes (II) : Learning. Learning process. Learning theories; Classical conditioning, Operant conditioning, Trial and error and Insight theories, Perceptual learning. Learning and motivation. Verbal learning. Motor learning.
7. Cognitive Processes (III) : Remembering. Measurement of remembering. Shortterm memory. Long-term memory. Forgetting. Theories of forgetting.
8. Cognitive Processes (IV) : Thinking. Development of thinking. Language and thought. Images. Concept formation. Problems solving
9. Intelligence : Nature of intelligence. Theories of intelligence. Measurement of intelligence. Intelligence and creativity.
10. Motivation : Needs, drives and motives. Classification of motives Measurement of motives. Theories of motivation.
11. Personality : Nature of personality. Triat and type approaches. Determinants of personality. Personality assessment : techniques and tests.
12. Coping Behaviour. Coping Mechanisms. Coping with frustration and stress. Conflicts.
13. Attitudes. Nature of attitudes. Theories of attitudes. Measurement of attitudes. Change of attitudes.
14. Communication : Types of communication, Communication process. Communication network. Distortion of communication.
15. Applications of psychology in industry, Education and Community.

1. Place of psychology in the family of social and behavioural sciences,. Nature, Scope and methods of psychology.
2. Nervous system; central and peripheral. Endocrine glands in context of human behaviour. Localisation of brain functions.
3. Attention and perception: Meaning, kinds and determinants of attention, Filteration,; Shifts; Division; Distraction, Fluctuation, Span of attention, Pattern recognition, Form perception, Figure-ground, Organizational principles of perception, Depth and Distance perception, Size perception, perception of motion, Illusion: Kinds, Theories, Factors, influencing perception.
4. Emotion: Characteristics of emotional behaviour, Expressions of emotions. Role of nervous system and endocrine glands in emotions. Theories of Emotion: James Lange and Cannon Bard.
5. Motivation: Needs, Drives Motives, and incentives. Characteristics of motivated Behaviour. Measurement of Need Achievement. Theories of Motivation.
6. Learning : Types of learning. Meaning. Theories of leaning. Classical
and Operant conditioning. Insight. Trial and Error learning. Laws of Learning. Skill learning. Factors influencing Learning. Learning curves. Transfer of training. Kind. Theories and Factors influencing Transfer.
7. Remembering and Forgetting: Nature of Remembering Methods of Reproduction: Recall, Recognition. Relearning, Reconstruction, Anticipation and paired associate learning. Factors influencing Remembering: Type and Amounts of material, methods of learning, Nature of forgetting: Forgetting curves. Causes of Forgetting.
8. Thinking : Nature of Thinking. Symbolic processes. Concept formation. Problem solving. Reasoning. Creative thinking, Language and Thought.
9. Intelligence and Aptitudes: Nature, and determinants of intelligence and aptitudes. Theories of intelligence, Measurement of intelligence and aptitudes. Constancy of IQ. Types of intelligence and Aptitude Tests.
10. Personality: Nature and Theories of Personality: Trait and Type Theories; Freud's Psychoanalytical Theory, Determinants of Personality. Measurement of Personality.
11. Attitudes: Nature, formation, measurement and change. Theories of Attitude; Balance and Cognitive Dissonance Theory.
12. Abnormal Behaviour: Concept. Conflicts and frustration. Mental Mechanisms. Causes of Abnormal Behaviour. Motivation and Adjustment. Methods of Assessing Abnormal Behaviour.
Unit-I Development Psychology: growth and Development, Principles and Stages of Development, Social, Emotional and Moral Development. Development Tasks.
Unit-II Guidance and Counselling: Meaning, Scope, Need, Difference between Guidance and Counselling. Areas: Vocational, Educational, personal, Group Guidance. Techniques: Directive, Non-directive, Electric, Group Counselling.
Unit-III Criminal Behaviour: Types of Crime. Understanding of crime. Causes of crime. Modern-Urban changes and crime. War and Crime. Measure s for Reforming criminals. Crime Detection methods. Prevention of crime. Juvenile Delinquency.
Unit-IV Psychology Applied to Industry: personnel selection and classification. Workers and management. Job Analysis. Personnel Assessment Techniques. Job Satisfaction. Industrial Morale. Psychology of work and accident. Propaganda.
Unit-V Psychology of Groups: Crowd Behaviour. Leadership: Types. Qualities. Functions. Theories. Group Behaviour. Group dynamics. Sociometry.
Unit-VI Construction and Standardization of Psychological Test: Steps of Construction and Standardization of Tests. Types of Reliability; Validity and Norms, Functions and Limitations of Psychological tests.
Unit-VII Statistics in Psychology: Graphical representation of data, Uses of Mean, Median, And Mode. Measures of Variability. Quartile Deviation. Average deviation. Standard Deviation. Concept of correlation. Uses of Correlation in psychology. Percentile and percentile ranks.
Unit-VIII Phychophysical Methods-Psychophysics: Basic concept, problems of psychophysics. Classical Psychophysical methods- Method of Limits, Method Constant Stimuli and method of average error. Limitations of psychophysical Methods.
Unit-IX Consumer Psychology: Interview, Mailed Questionnaire, Marketing, Motivation. Advertisement, Importance. Factors.
Unit-X Psychology of Marital Adjustment: Success and Failure. Divorce. Parental Fixation. Sibling Rivalary. Broken home and family consequences.
Unit-XI Special need children: Concept. Types; Mentally Retarded. Blind. Orthopaedically handicapped. Approaches in dealing with them. Hearing handicapped their special problems: Physical, Social, Psychological, Educational.

RAS EXAM Public Administration Syllabus
RAS EXAM Public Administration Syllabus, RAS Exma 2012, RAS Exma Syllabus, RAS Syllabus 2012

Public Administration (Code No. 27)
I. Introduction : Meaning, scope and significance of public administration; Private and Public Administration; Evolution of Public Administration as a discipline.
II Theories and Principles of Administration : Scientific Management; Bureaucratic Model; Classical Theory; Humman Relations Theory; Behavioural Approach; Systems Approach. The Principles of Hierarchy; Unity of Command; Span of Control; Authority and Responsibility; Coordination; Delegation; Supervision.
III Administrative Behaviour; Decision Making; Leadership theories; Communication; and Motivation.
IV Personnel Administration; Role of Civil Service in developing society, Position, Classification, Recruitment; Training; Promotion; Pay and Service Condition; Neutrality and Anonymity.
V Financial Administration : Concept of Budget : Formulation and execution of budget; Account and Audit.
VI Control over Administration : Legislative, Executive and Judical Control, Citizen and Administration.
VII Comparative Administration : Salient features of administrative system in U.S.A., Great Britain and France.
VIII Central Administration in India. British legacy; Constitutional context of Indian Administration; The President, the Prime Minister as Real Executive; Central Secretariat; Cabinet Secretariat; Planning Commission; Finance Commission; Comptroller and Auditor General of India; Major patterns of Public Enterprises.
IX Civil Service in India : Recruitment of All India and Central Services, Union Public Service Commission, Training of IAS and IPS; Generalists and Specialists; Relations with the Political Executive.
X State, District and Local Administration : Governor, Chief Minister; Secretariat; Chief Secretary; Directorates; Role of District Collector in revenue, law and order and development administration; Panchayati Raj and Urban local governament- Main features, Structure and problem areas.

I. Basic Premises : Meaning, scopes nature and significance of Public Administration: Its role in developed and developing societies. Evolution of Public Administration as a discipline and its relationship with political science, psychology, economics and Law; Ecology of administration -asocial, economic, cultural, political and legal. New Public Administration.
II. Theories of Organization" Scientific management (Taylor and his associates): The Bureaucratic theory of organization (Weber): Classical theory of Organizations (Henri Fayol, Luther Gullic and others), The Human Relations Theory of Organization(Elton Mayo and his Colleagues), Behavioural approach, Systems Approach: Organizational Effectiveness.
III. Principles of Organization - Hierarchy, Unity of Command, Authority and Responsibility, Coordination. Span of Control, Supervision, Centralization and Decentralization, Delegation.
IV. Administrative Behaviour - Decision making with Special Reference to the contribution of Herbert Simon, Theories of leadership; Communication, Morale, Motivation (Maslow and Harzberg).
V. Structure of Organizations-Chief Executive; Types of Chief Executives and their functions; Line, staff and Auxiliary agencies; Departments: Corporations, Companies, Boards and Commissions, Headquarters and field relationship.
VI. Personnel Administration - Bureaucracy and Civil Services; Position Classification, Recruitment, Training, Career Development; Performance Appraisal, Promotion, Pay and Service Conditions, Retirement Benefits, Discipline, Employer-Employee Relations.
VII. Financial Administration - Concept of Budget. Preparation and Execution of the Budget, Performance Budgeting, Legislative Control, Account and Audit.
VIII. Accountability and Control - The concepts of Accountability and Control; Legislative and Judical Control over Administration: Citizen and Administration.
IX. Administrative Reforms - O & M, Work Study, Work Measurement; Administrative Reforms; Processes and Obstacles.
X. Administrative Law - Importance of Administrative Law: Delegated Legislation : Meaning, Types, Advantages, Limitations, Safeguards: Administrative Tribunals.
XI. Comparative and Development Administration - Meaning, Nature and Scope of Comparative Public Administration. Contribution of Fred Riggs with Particular reference to the prismatic Sala Model. The Concept. Scope and Significance of Development Administration: The concept of Administrative development;
Public Policy Process.

Indian Administration
I. Evolution of Indian Administration - Kautilya; Mughal period; British period.
II. Environmental Setting - Constitution, Parliamentary Democracy, Federalism Planning, Socialism.
III. Political Executive at the Union Level - President, Prime Minister, Council of Ministers, Cabinet Committees.
IV. Structure of Central Administration - Secretariat, Cabinet Secretariat, Ministries and Departments, Boards and Commissions, Field Organisations.
V. Centre- State Relations - Legislative, Administrative and Financial.
VI. Public Services - All India Services, Central Service, State Services, Local Civil Services, Union and State Public Service Commissions, Training of Civil Services.
VII. Machinery for Planning - Organization and role of National Development Council and Planning Commission; Planning Machinery at the State and District and Local Levels.
VIII. Public Undertakings- Forms of management, Control and impact of liberalization and improving performance and public enterprises in India.
IX. Control of Public Expenditure- Parliamentary Control; Role of the Finance Ministry; Comptroller and Auditor General.
X. Administration of Law and Order - Role of Central and State Agencies in Maintenance, of Law and Order.
XI. State Administration - Governor; Chief Minister, Council of Minister, Secretariat, Chief Secretary, Directorates with Special reference to Rajasthan.
XII. District Administration - Role and importance,; District Collector, land and revenue, Law and order and developmental functions; District Rural Development Agency.
XIII. Local Administration - Panchayati Raj and Urban Local Governments Features, Forms and Problems with special reference to Rajasthan: Autonomy of Local Bodies.
XIV. Administration for welfare - Administration for the Welfare of Weaker Sections with particular Reference to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Programs for the Welfare of Women and Children in Rajasthan.
XV. Issues in Indian Administration - Relationship between Political and Permanent Executives, Generalists and Specialists in Administration, Integrity in Administration. People's Participation in Administration; Redressal of Citizens Grievances. Lok Pal and Lok Ayuktas, Administrative Reforms in India | |pre teacher education test 2012 | JNVU PTET ONLINE FORM |PTET 2012 ONLINE FORM | Jai Narain Vyas University pre
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Exam date – 22 April 2012


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Chhattisgarh Class 12 Result 2012 at
All those candidates who appeared in the examination of Class 12 from  March To April 2012 Now waiting for their Result of Class 12 (X).Previous year result of class 12 was declared by Board in the month of june 2011 on its official website . So we may expect that Result of Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education class 12 (X) will be declared on Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Educationofficial website in the first week of June. Candidates can check official website of Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education regularly to get Update about result of class 12 examination.

The Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education has regularly updates its website to declare the result for the exams held regularly.

Candidates are waiting for Chhattisgarh Class 12 Result for long Time. Long Wait is Over and Chattisgarh Class 12 Result is going to be Declared  shortly on its official website . We are Providing Direct and easy Link To Get result So please Follow following Link To Get Yor Result Or Update about Result from official website.

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Goa Board HSSC Result 2012 | Goa Board Class 12 Result 2012
Goa Board HSSC Result 2012 | Goa Board Class 12 Result 2012

All those candidates who appeared in the examination of Class 12 from  March To April Now waiting for their Result of Class 12 (XII).Previous year result of Goa Board HSSC class 12 was declared by the  Board in the month of May 2011 on its official website . So we may expect that Result of Goa SSC   class 12 (XII) will be declared on Goa Board  official website in the First week of June 2012 . Candidates can check official website of Goa Board  regularly to get Update about result of class 12 examination.

Goa Board HSSC Results 2012 will be announced in the second week of May  2012by the authorities of Goa Board SSC Results 2021 and once announced the Goa Board SSC Results 2012 will be availabile in the official websites of the results as given below.

All the Goa Board HSSC Results 2012 will be availabile in the below given websites Please  do visit the Goa Board HsSC Results 2012 links given below for your immediate results

AP VRO VRA Answer Key 2012 , Cut Off , Solution
VRO(Village Revenue Officers) and VRA (Village Revenue Assistants)Examination was conducted 19th February 2012. The Candidates who appeared in the examination is now searchinf for the Answer key of VRA and VRO 2012 Examination.The Answer Key, Cut off marks and Solution will be available on official website very soon. The final key will be available at .

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RPSC Recruitment of Headmaster Feb 2012 | RPSC Head Master Syllabus Scheme 2012 |
rganisation Name: Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC), Ajmer

Name of the Post: Headmaster

Vacancies: 2093 (General-735,SC-234t,ST-176,OBC-308,SBC-14,PH-62)

Age Limit: 24-35years as on 01/07/2012.

Educational Qualification: Graduation in any stream with 5 years working experience in any school.

Pay Scale: Rs. 9300-34800/- with Grade Pay Rs. 4800/-

How to Apply: Eligible candidates may apply online at RPSC online on or before 10th March 2012.

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