Karnataka Prisons Department Warder Syllabus Kar Jailer Exam Pattern

Karnataka Prisons Warder Exam Pattern

S. noType of ExamSubject NameNo. of Questions Total Marks
1.OMR Based Written testGeneral Knowledge100100
2.General science
3.Geography
4.History
5.Indian Constitution
6.National Independence Movement
  • No negative marking.
  • The exam is OMR based written test.
  • KPD written test will contain 100 questions.
  • One question carries one mark.
  • The candidates will write the exam for a maximum of 100 marks.

Department of Karnataka Warder Syllabus – General Knowledge

  • Current Affairs- National & International.
  • Geography.
  • Economy.
  • States & Capitals.
  • Famous Persons.
  • Neighbouring countries of India.
  • Countries & Capitals.
  • History.
  • Famous places.
  • Countries & currencies.
  • Sports.
  • General Polity.
  • Indian Constitution.
  • Art & Culture.
  • Politics.
  • Famous Books & authors.
  • Scientific Research.

KPD Jailer Exam Syllabus – General Science

  • Biology.
  • Chemistry.
  • Physics.
  • Diseases.
  • Pollution.
  • Nutrition
  • Computer Technology.

Kar Warder Exam Syllabus – Geography

  • Geomorphology.
  • Climatology.
  • Human Geography.
  • Soils and Vegetations.
  • Human Aspects.
  • Oceanography.
  • Ecosystem.
  • Development of Geographical Thought.
  • Settlement Geography.
  • Economic Geography.
  • Physical Aspects.
  • Resources.
  • Transport and Trade.
  • Political Geography.
  • Regional Development and Planning.
  • Geography of Karnataka.

Karnataka Prisons Warder Exam Syllabus – History

  • Colonial Economy.
  • Imperialism and Colonialism.
  • Industrialization.
  • Early Indian Nationalism.
  • Tamilaham and its society; the Sangam texts.
  • The first half of 18th Century.
  • Soviet Disintegration and the Unipolar World.
  • Cold War.
  • Early pastoral and agricultural communities. The archaeological evidence.
  • The rise of Magadha; the Mauryan empire. Ashoka‘s inscriptions; his dharma nature of the Mauryan state.
  • Sources and approaches to study of early Indian history.
  • The post-Mauryan period in northern and peninsular India; Political and administrative history, economy, Society, culture and religion.
  • India in the Gupta and post-Gupta period (to c.750).
  • The Indus Civilization; its origins, nature and decline.
  • Teachings of Mahavira and Buddha. Contemporary society, the early phase of state formation and urbanization.
  • Patterns of settlement, economy, social organization and religion in India (c. 2000 to 500 B.C.): archaeological perspectives.
  • Themes in early Indian cultural history.
  • Akbar.
  • India, 750-1200.
  • India, 750-1200.
  • Unification of Europe.
  • Decolonization and Underdevelopment.
  • Colonial Liberation.
  • Imperialism and Colonialism.
  • World Wars.
  • Revolution and Counter-Revolution.
  • Nation-State System.
  • Enlightenment and Modern ideas.
  • Industrialization.
  • Origins of Modern Politics.
  • Towards Freedom.
  • Nationalism under Gandhi’s leadership.
  • Other strands of the National Movement.
  • The inter-war economy of India.
  • Socio-cultural impact of the colonial rule.
  • Economy 1858-1914.
  • Establishment of British rule in India.
  • Resistance to colonial rule.

Kar Exam Syllabus –  Indian Constitution

  • Introduction to Indian Constitution.
  • State government.
  • Union government.
  • Fundamental rights.
  • Local self government.

Karnataka Prisons Jailer Syllabus – National Independence Movement

  • The government of India Act, 1919.
  • Swaraj Party.
  • Simon Commission and Nehru Report.
  • Civil Disobedience Movement.
  • Revolutionary terrorism in 1920.
  • Khilafat and Non-Cooperation Movement.
  • The government of India act, 1935.

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