INDIAN ARMY EDUCATION HAVILDAR ARTS SYLLABUS

INDIAN ARMY EDUCATION HAVILDAR ARTS SYLLABUS

Syllabus of Indian Army Education Havildar Arts:

General Knowledge : The test will include questions relating to India and its neighboring countries especially pertaining to History, Culture, Geography and who’s who. In addition Abbreviations, Sports, Awards and Prizes, Terminology, Indian Armed Forces, Continents and Sub Continents, Inventions and Discoveries, The Constitution of India, International Organizations, Books and Authors, Knowledge of Important events that have happened in India and at world level in the recent years, Current important world events, Prominent personalities etc

English:

(i) Comprehension.

(ii) Parts of Speech.

(aa) Article.

(ab) Noun and Pronoun.

(ac) Adjective.

(ad) Preposition.

(ae) Conjunction and models.

(iii) Verbs

(iv) Tenses.

(aa) Present/past forms.

(ab) Simple/continuous form.

(ac) Prefect forms.

(ad) future time reference.

(v) Sentence Structure

(vi) Type of Sentences.

(aa) Affirmative/interrogative sentences.

(ab) Use of Phrases.

(ac) Direct and Indirect speech.

(ad) Active and Passive Voice.

(vii) Other Areas.

(aa) Idioms and Phrases.

(ab) Synonyms and antonyms.

(ac) One word substitution

Mathematics.

(i) Algebra.

(ii) Matrices & Determinants.

(iii) Analytical Geometry.

(iv) Trigonometry.

(v) Number Systems

(vi) Fundamental arithmetical operations

(vii) Mensuration

(viii) Area, Volume and Surface Area

Geography: Geomorphology, Climatology, Oceanography, Biogeography, Environmental Geography, Economic Geography, Population and Settlement Geography, Regional Planning Models, Theories and Laws in Human Geography, Geography of India: Physical Setting, Resources, Agriculture, Industry Transport, Communication and Trade, Cultural Setting, Contemporary Issues

SYLLABUS FOR HAVALDAR EDUCATION (ARTS)

Pattern

Ser
No
SubjectQuestionsMarksPass MarksRemarks
(a)Paper-1: General
Knowledge &
English
505020
(b)Paper-2
Maths
History
Geography
Political Science
Economics
505020

Syllabus.
(a) General Knowledge : The test will include questions relating to India
and its neighboring countries especially pertaining to History, Culture, Geography and who’s who. In addition Abbreviations, Sports, Awards and Prizes, Terminology, Indian Armed Forces, Continents and Sub Continents, Inventions and Discoveries,The Constitution of India, International Organizations, Books and Authors,Knowledge of Important events that have happened in India and at world level in the recent years, Current important world events, Prominent personalities etc.

(b) English.
(i) Comprehension.
(ii) Parts of Speech.
(aa) Article.
(ab) Noun and Pronoun.
(ac) Adjective.
(ad) Preposition.
(ae) Conjunction and models.
(iii) Verbs
(iv) Tenses.
(aa) Present/past forms.
(ab) Simple/continuous form.
(ac) Prefect forms.
(ad) future time reference.
(v) Sentence Structure
(vi) Type of Sentences.
(aa) Affirmative/interrogative sentences.
(ab) Use of Phrases.
(ac) Direct and Indirect speech.
(ad) Active and Passive Voice.
(vii) Other Areas.
(aa) Idioms and Phrases.
(ab) Synonyms and antonyms.
(ac) One word substitution.

(c) Mathematics.
(i) Algebra.
(ii) Matrices & Determinants.
(iii) Analytical Geometry.
(iv) Trigonometry.
(v) Number Systems
(vi) Fundamental arithmetical operations
(vii) Mensuration
(viii) Area, Volume and Surface Area

(d) History: All aspects of Indian History from Ancient to Modern, Indian
Freedom Struggle, Post Independence issues of consolidation and reorganization of the nation, World History including World War–I, Industrial Revolution,Colonization, decolonization and neo colonization, World War–II, Economic depression, emergence of new political philosophies – communism, capitalism and socialism.

(e) Geography: Geomorphology, Climatology, Oceanography, Biogeography,Environmental Geography, Economic Geography, Population and Settlement Geography, Regional Planning Models, Theories and Laws in Human Geography,Geography of India: Physical Setting, Resources, Agriculture, Industry Transport,Communication and Trade, Cultural Setting, Contemporary Issues.

(f) Political Science: Political Theory and Thought, Indian Government and Politics, Public Administration, International Relation, Political Development and modernization, Power and Authority, Theory of International Relation, International Law and UN, Indian Foreign Policy, Ideology Power and Interest.


(g) Economics: Basic concepts of economics, macro and micro
economic policy, micro macro balance, impact of economic policies, development versus growth, determinant of growth and development, India’s ranking in the various indices, poverty and its eradication programmes,, All Demographics issues and aspects, All aspects of Fiscal policy .

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