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SPSC Combined Competitive Examination CEE PCS Compulsory Optional Subjects Complete Details Full Syllabus

SPSC Combined Competitive Examination CEE PCS Compulsory Optional Subjects Complete Details Full Syllabus
I COMPULSORY SUBJECTS
1. English-This paper is intended to test the candidates command of the English Language and may include précis writing, usage of idioms, etc.
2. English Essay:- An essay to be written in English on one of several specified subjects and is intended to test the candidate’s ability to compose.
3. Essay in Urdu or Punjabi or Sindhi or Pushto or Baluchi- This paper is intended to test the candidate’s command of the language concerned.
4. General paper in Urdu or Punjabi or Sindhi or Pushto or Baluchi This paper is intended to test the ability of the candidates to write the language fluently and to Translate from English into it.
Candidates will be expected to have grasp of the language and to understand poetry and prose.
Knowledge of Literature as such will not form part of this paper.
5. General Knowledge including Everyday Science. This paper is intended to test the candidate’s knowledge of current world affairs and also of broad facts of historical, political, geographical and economic importance. A section will be included to test candidate’s knowledge and understanding matters of everyday observation and experience in the scientific aspect.
6. Viva Voce- The Viva Voce will be to test, the personal qualities of the candidates. This examination will be in matters of general interest and is intended to test candidates alertness, intelligence and general outlook,Consideration will also be paid to the bearing and physique of the candidate.

II OPTIONAL SUBJECTS
 GROUP “A”
Language and Literature
(1) English Literature Period I Scott, Wordsworth, Lamb, Keats, Shelly, Byron and Jane
Austen.
(2) English Literature Period II 1832-1901 Carlyle, Dickens, Thackeray, Tennyson, Browning, Mathew Arnold and Thomas Hardy.
Note:- Special attention should be paid to the authors named and a candidate will be expected to be familiar with some of their works. A candidate will also be expected to have studied the literary history of this period and done some independent
reading outside the author’s named. In marking the paper importance will be attached evidence of wide reading and independent judgement.
(3) Arabic (4) Persian (5) French Translation from the language into English and from English into the
language.(6) Sankirt (7) Latin (8) German composition on one or more specified subjects. Questions may
 be asked on the grammar of the language.
(9) History of Urdu Literature/Sindhi Literature Candidates will be expected to know the best known works in the language and to possess knowledge of the history of the literature and such knowledge of general social history as will enable them to understand the literature.
(10) Arabic Literature Period I (i) Pre-Islamic Poetry
 (ii) The Holy Quran.
(iii) Tafsir Literature.
 (iv) Evolution of Hadith Literature.
 (v) Origin and Development of early Prose.
 (vi) Omayyad Period Poets and Prose writers.
(11) Arabic Literature Period II (i) Abbasid Period Poets, Scientists, Prose writers, Geographers, Historians, Philosophers, Medical writers, etc.
 (ii) Arabic Literature in Spain, Poets, Prose-writers, Geographers,Historians, Philosophers, Medical writers, etc.
(12) Persian Literature Period I Upto 1500 A.D.
(13) Persian Literature Period II After 1500 A.D including also the literature produced in the IndoPakistan
Sub Continent. The Candidates will also be expected to answer questions regarding the cultural background of Persian Literature in both the above periods.

GROUP “B”
HISTORY
(14) Indian History Period I India from the first Aryan Settlement to the end of 1526 A.D. Question
may also be set on the History of Budhism outside India.
(15) Indian History Period II India from 1527 to 1857.
(16) English History, from 1714 A.D Standard same as for degree examination.
(17) European History, from 1789 A.D Standard same as for degree examination.
(18) Islamic History Period I (i) Pre-Islamic Arabia
 (ii) The Holy Prophet and Orthodox Caliph
 (iii) The Omayyad Period.
(19) Islamic History Period II (i) Abbasid Period
 (ii) Muslim “Rule” in Spain

GROUP “C”
MATHEMATICS
(20) Pure Mathematics
(i) Trigonometry-
 De-Moivre’s Theorem Hyperbolic and Inverse Hyperbolic functions. Summation of Trigonometric
Series. Standard same as for degree examination.
(ii) (a) Analytical Plane geometry- Rectangular and Polar Co-Ordinates, the Straight lines. Parllel Lines, points at infinity, line at infinity. Pair of Straight Lines, simple case of Harmonic Ranges and pencils. The circle, including, coaxi circles, the ellipse, the Hyperbola and the Rectangular Hyperbola, the Parabola, Transformation of Coordinates, Polar equation of coins, tracing of conic given by the General Equation of the second degree.
(b) Analytical Solid geometry, the straight line, the plane, the sphere, equations of Cylinder and one of second and of their tangent plane. Standard same as for degree examination.
(iii) Algebra-
 (a) Theory of Equation, cubic and quadratic equations.
 (b) Determinants of third and fourth order, their development and properties. Standard same as for degree Examination.
(iv) Calculus
(a) Differential Calculus
Function, Limits, Continuity, Definition of Differential Co-efficient, Differentiation of a function of one variable, Roll’s Theorem Mean Value Theorem, Successive differentiation, Taylor’s and Machlauren’s Theorems with Largraps form of remainder, Partial differentiation, Approximation and small, errors Maxima and Minima double points curvature, curve Tracing.
(b) Integral Calculus Different method of integration, reduction. Formulae integration as the limit of a sum, Definite integral Ratification
Quadrature, volumes and Surface of (Solids) of Revolution.
(A) Difference equation of the- types
(i) dy+Py
 dx Q where P and Q are functions of X
(ii) dy2 dy-cy. dx2+ dx-F(X)/Mx
Where f(x) is of the form ______ Sin mx of Cos mx Standard same as for degree examination.
(21) Applied Mathematics
 (i) Statistics
 Parallelogram and Triangle, of Forces Mements, ______Couples Condition of equilibrium of a particle and of a rigid body acted on by Coplanar forces, centre of gravity by Calculus method friction. Standard same as degree examination.
(ii) Dynamics,Velocity, Acceleration, Relative Velocity, Uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion. Motions on an inclined Plane, Simple harmonic motion, Projectiles Motion in a Circle, Conical Pendulum, Simple Pendulum Works, Energy Impulse Standard same as Degree Examination.
 (iii) Hydrostatic
Resultant. Thurst on any plane are immersed in a Homogeneous liquid at rest Centre of Pressure Archimedes Principle,
Standard same as Degree Examination.
(22) Statistics (1) Frequency distribution average for centilese and simple methods
of measuring dispersion, graphic methods treatment of qualitative
data, e.g. investigation of association by Comparison of ratio the
practice of graphic and algebraic methods of interpolation.
 (2) Practical methods used in the analysis of and interpretation of
statistics of prices, wages and incomes, trade, transport, production
and consumption, education, etc.
 Methods of dealing with population and vital-statistics miscellaneous
methods used in handling Statistics of experiments or observation.
(3) Elements of modern mathematical theory or statistics frequency
curves arid the mathematical representation of groups generally,
accuracy of sampling as effecting averages, percentages, the standard
deviation, significance of observed difference between average of
groups etc. the theory of Correlation for two variables.

GROUP “D”
 SCIENCE
(23) Physics Mechanics and properties of Matter, Sound, Heat, Light,
Magnetism and Electricity as for Degree Examination.
(24) Chemistry Chemistry paper will include all the three sections (A) Inorganic
(B) Physical and (C) Organic Chemistry each carrying equal marks. The
standard is the same as for Degree Examination.
(25) Geology Standard same as for Degree Examination.
(26) Applied Chemistry Chemical Plant, Chemical Engineering ceramics, Oils, Sugar,
Leather, Soap, and Toilet Products, paper and Cellulose. Derivatives;
Food Preservation and Milk Products, Rosin and Turpantine, Paints
and varnishes. Coal Carbonization and Road Tars. Fermentation
Industries, Water Purification. Waste disposal starch and allied
products, Heavy Chemicals, Fertilisers Matches.
(27) Botany.
(28) Zoology. Standard same as for Degree Examination.
(29) Agriculture.
(30) Forestry.
(31) Astronomy.
(32) Human Anatomy. Standard same as for Degree Examination.
(33) Physiology.



GROUP “E”
MISCELLANEOUS
(34) Ethics and Psychology Standard same as for Degree Examination.
(35) Logic and Elements of Philosophy Logic and Elements of Philosophy Logic will cover all the topics usually
discussed in Deductive and inductive Logic, including the Categories
and the Predicables, the reduction of syllogisms, different kinds of
syllogisms, Methods of Induction’s and Quantitative Determination.
Questions may be set not only on points of doctrine but also on the
logical analysis or arguments. Elements of Philosophy will include the
following topics:-
 (1) The Problem of Philosophy Its relations with common Sense,
Science and religion. The Method of Philosophy. The Divisions
 Of Philosophy.
(2) Theories of knowledge Scepticism Idealism, Realism,
Institutionalism, pragmatism.
(3) Theories of Being-Dualism. Menisum Pluralism, Materialism,
Spiritualism, Neutral Monum Emergent Evolution.
(36) Islamiat The candidates will be expected to have a reasonably good
knowledge of Quran, Hadith an the Fiqah. They should be able to
answer questions on the following subject;-
(a) Shariat-i-Imam and Arkan-i-Islam.
(b) Holy Prophet’s life.
(c) History of the Khulpha-i-Rashideen
The study of the following books is recommended: -
(i) Spirit of Islam By Amir Ali.
(ii) Seerat-un-Nabi by Shibli-Numani
(iii) Khutabat-i-Madras by Syed Suleman Nadvi.
(iv) The Early Caliphate by Muhammad Ali.
(37) Economics Standard same as for Degree Examination.
(38) Political Science Political Science Standard same as for Degree Examination.
(39) Criminal Law The Pakistan Penal Code. The Evidence Act. And the Criminal
Procedure Code.
(40) Civil Law. The Evidence Act, The Civil Procedure Code, Limitation Act for
 Note: paper in Subject (37) and (38) bare copies of the Relevant Act will be
provided.
(41) Geography General and Political Geography of the World. A special
 Knowledge of the Geography of Pakistan, India and adjoining countries
will be expected. Contours and Elementary Principles of land
Surveying Questions of Physical and Economic Geography may be set.
(42) International Relations (1) European and U.S.A Affairs since 1919, with special
 reference to the following topics :-
(a) The Versailles Settlements.
(b) The League of Nations and U.N.O.
(c) Soviet Foreign Policy.
(d) The Second World War.
(e) Foreign Policy of U.S.A
(f) Fascism and National Socialism.
(g) The Current International Situation.
(2) Eastern Affairs since 1919, with special reference to the following
topics:-
(a) The Expansion of Japan.
(b) The Chinese Civil War.
(c) The Freedom Movements in South East Asia.
(d) The Palestine problems and the Arab States.
(e) The Egyptian Nationalism.
(f) Turkey and Her Foreign Policy.
(g) International Rivalries in Iran and Afghanistan.
(3) Geographical Aspects of International Relations
(43) Commerce Comprising:-
(a) Industrial and Commercial Organisation.
(b) Industrial and Commercial Law; and
(c) Statistics.
(44) Public Administration Legal and Institutional Setting. Principles of Organization,
Internal Management and Control, Personal Management, Fiscal
Management Planning and Special Problems in Administration.
(45) Sociology Definition, Scope and methods of Sociology, Study of Social
 Problems, Population, Race, Relations, Disorganization of Families,
Crime, etc. History of Social Thought Social Structures Like
Government, Family, etc. Community and community organization
with study of Ecology and Group Relationship. Family, Marriage and
Population problems with Special Reference to Social Problems of
Pakistan.
(46) Journalism/Mass Communication Islamic Studies/Ethics for Non- Muslims, Computer Skills
/Statistics, Introduction to Mass Communication, History of Mass
Media, General Mathematics/Geography/Culture & Civilization, Rural
Development/ Environmental Science / General Science, Theories of
Communication, Meida Psychology, Rural Journalism, Media & Human
Rights, Mass Media Laws & Ethics, Social Media, Development
Communication, Contemporary News & Views, Advertising & P.R,
Media Management & Marketing, Peace Journalism.


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