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PART - II
SYLLABUS AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR VARIOUS COURSES (Subjects)
01.
M.A. (English)
A. English Gra mmar:
(50 Questions x 1 = 50 Marks)
1)
Tense
2)
Transformation of Sentences
3)
Antonyms
4)
Synonyms
5)
Homophones
6)
Homonyms
7)
Idioms and Phrasal Verbs
8)
Question Tags
9)
Collocation
10)
Reading Comprehension
B. English Literature:
(50 Questions x 1 = 50 Marks)
11)
Books and Authors (including Indian Books)
12)
Figures of Speech
13)
Literary Terms
14)
Ages and Movements
15)
Literary Appreciation of a Poem and a Prose Passage
A. Reco mmended Reading:
1. David Green, Contemporary English Grammar, Structures and Composition (Madras:
Macmillan, 1995)
2. M.H. Abrams, AGlossary of Literary Terms (Bangalore: Prism Books, 1993)
3. B. Prasad, ABackground to the Study of English Literature (New Delhi: Macmillan,
1995)
4. K. Purushotham, Objective English Literature (Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2006)
5. B. Prasad, An Introduction to English Criticism (New Delhi: Macmillan, 1999)
6. Emile Legouis and Louis Cazamian, History of English Literature (London: JM Dent &
Sons, 1974)
B. Additional Reading:
1. William J. Long, A History of English Literature (New Delhi: Kalyani Publishers)
2. K. R. Srinivasa Iyengar, Indian Writing in English (New Delhi: Sterling Publishers,
1973)
3. W. H. Hudson, An Introduction to the Study of Literature (New Delhi, Kalyani, 1979)
4. Satish Kumar, ;History and Principles of Literary Criticism ( Agra: LN Agarwal, 2007)
5. G.C. Thornley and Gwyneth Roberts, An Outline of English Literature (Calcutta: Orient
Longman, 1994)
6. R.D. Trivedi, A Compendious History of English Literature (New Delhi: Vikas
Publishing House, 1976)
Model Question paper
Time: 90 Minutes
Max. Marks: 100
The Question paper will consist of 100 questions in multiple choice out of which 50
questions are from English Grammar and 50 questions are from English Literature.
SAMPLE QUESTIONS
1) Shakespeare belongs to
a) 14th Century
b) 15th Century
c) 16th Century
d)
17th Century
2) T.S. Eliot's criticism comes under
a) Romantic Phase
b) Modern Phase
c) Victorian Phase
d) Classicism
3) A Sonnet contains
a) 12 lines
b) 14 lines
c) 16 lines
d) 18 lines
4) The concept of Negative Capability was proposed by
a) William Wordsworth b) P.B. Shelley
c) John Keats
d) S.T.
Coleridge
5) Stream of consciousness is interchangeable with
a) Interior Monologue b) Introspection
c) Dramatic Monologue
d)
None
6) The Dark Room is written by
a) Mulk Raj Anand
b) Manohar Malgonkar
c) Raja Rao
d)R.K. Narayan

7) Measles…. Broken out in our area
a) have
b) is
c) has
d)
are
8) Everest is the …………. Peak in the world
a) most highest
b) highest
c) more higher
d) higher
9) The boy goes to school……
a) by walk
b) by walking
c) on legs
d) on foot
10) He is …………. for your
a) awaiting
b) waited
c) waiting
d) waits
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.A. (English): Candidates must have secured a minimum of 40% marks in English Literature
under Part – II (minimum pass marks for SC, ST candidates); or 50% or more marks in
General English under Part – I (minimum pass marks for SC, ST candidates) at
BA/B.Com/B.Sc/BBM of Kakatiya University or any other degree recognized as
equivalent by Kakatiya University.
02.
M.A. (Telugu)

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.A. Telugu : Candidates must have secured minimum 40% marks under Part-II in the
language concerned (for SC, ST minimum pass) or 50% or more of marks under Part-I
(for SC, ST minimum pass) in the language concerned in BA/B.Com./B.Sc. or the
examinations recognized as equivalent including Dr. B R Ambedkar Open University by
Kakatiya University.
Bachelor of Oriental Language Degree candidates are eligible in the language concerned
provided they pass the General English prescribed for BA/B.Com./B.Sc. under Part-I
with minimum pass marks.
03.
M.A. (Econo mics)
Micro Economics : Definition and subject matter of Economics - Micro and Macro
Economics - Methods of economic inquiry, static and dynamic analysis; Theory of
Demand; Utility analysis - Law of diminishing marginal utility - Elasticity of DemandPrice, Income and cross elasticities of demand - Consumer's surplus; Indifference Curve
analysis - Properties of Indifference curves - Price, income and substitution effects Consumer equilibrium; Theory of production - Factors of production - production
function - Cobb-Douglas production Function - Law of variable proportions - Laws of
returns - concept of optimum firm - Money, real and opportunity costs - Total; Average
and Marginal costs and revenues - Laws of supply - Supply curves in the short run and
long run - Internal and external economies; Market analysis - Concept of market and
types of markets.
Pricing in perfect competition and oligopoly, selling costs monopolistic competition; Marginal Productivity Theory of distribution - Differential
and scarcity rent - Quasi-rent, Marginal Productivity of Theory of wages - Demand and
supply theory of wages - Loan able funds and Keynesian theories of interest uncertainty and dynamic theories of profits.
Macro Econo mics: Meaning and scope - Description of the economy in terms of macro
economics; National income; Meaning and measurement - significance and limitations of
National Income accounting; Theories of Income - output and employment; Classical
theory - Say's Law - Keynesian theory - Aggregate demand and Aggregate Supply - role
of effective demand; Consumption function - multiplier, and Accelerator Determinants
of the level of investment - Marginal Efficiency of Capital and rate of interest. MoneyFunctions of money, Value of money, Fisher's quantity theory of money - savings and
investment theory - Inflation and Deflation - Banking - Credit creation by Commercial
Banks. Functions and the role of commercial banks in the management of monetary
system - Monetary policy, Aims and objectives.
Economic Development and Indian Econo mic Problems: Meaning and Measurement
of economic development, Distinction between economic development and economic
growth - characteristics of under-development, Obstacles to economic development Market Imperfections - Vicious circles of poverty, Social institutions and International
forces; Factors governing Economic Development - Natural resources - Role of
technology. Role of Stae in economic development; structural changes in the Indian
economy - Trends in the composition of National Income, Occupational structure of the
labour force; Population problem and population policy - Human resource development
unemployment, Poverty and Inequalities in income distribution - Land reforms and State
policy, Green revolution - Rural credit, Problems of Indian Industry, Industrial policy Large-scale industries - problems of small scale industries - Rural industrialization Role of Public sector in Industrial development - Industrial finance, A brief outline of
the India's five year plans, Objectives and strategies - Gro wth with social justice and
Inclusive growth. Matrix Algebra, Measues of central tendency, Measures of Dispersion
Correlation and Regression Analysis.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
Choose the correct answer:
1) Consumer's surplus is the difference between
a) Price demanded and price paid
b) Price quoted and price actually paid
c) Price that a consumer is willing to pay and the price actually paid d) None of these
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.A. (Econo mics): Candidates must have passed B.A. degree examination conducted by
Kakatiya University or an examination recognized as equivalent by the Kakatiya
University, with the subject Economics at B.A. degree legel. The candidate is intending
to appear for the Entrance Test and they must have secured at least 40% marks in the
subject concerned at the qualifying examination (only pass marks for SC/ST ).

Note: B.Com graduates are not eligible for admission into M.A. (Economics)
M.A. (Public Administration)
1. CONCEPTS AND THEORIES:
1) Meaning and scope of Public Administration, 2) Comparison between Public & Private
Administration, 3) Relations with other Social Sciences; Political Science, Sociology,
Economics and Law, 4. Importance of Public Administration in a Developing Society, 4)
Politics and Administration Woodrow Wilson, 6) Classical Approach: Luther Gullick and
Lyndall Urweick, 7) Human Relations Approach: Elton Mayo, 8) Behavioural Approach
A. Simon & Herbert Chestered. Bernard 9) Ecological Approach F.W. Riggs 10)
Comparative and Development Administration : weidner, 11) Socio-Psychological
Approaches: Duglus Abraham Maslow, Rencin Lickert 12) Bureaucracy: Karl Marx
and Max Weber, 13) Division of work, Mc. Gregor Co-ordination, Hierarchy, Unit of
Command, Span of Control-Line and Staff Agencies, Centralization and Decentralization
Delegation, 14) Leadership & Supervision, 15) Communication & Public Relations, 16)
Planning.
2. INDIAN ADMINISTRATION:
17) Characteristics of Administration during the British Period, Administrative System
at the time of the Independence : continuity and change 18) Political context of Indian
Administration, 19) Social and Economical context of Indian Administration 20) Chief
Characteristics of the Union Ad ministrative system, President, Prime Minister - cabinet,
council of Ministers, cabinet committees, Role of Cabinet Secretariat, 21) Union State
Administrative Relations, 22) Role of the All-India Services, 23) Planning Commission
24) Finance Commission 25) Union Public Service Commission 26) Comptroller and
Auditor General 27) The Organizational Pattern of Public Enterprises 28) The Profile of
State Level Administrative System 29) The Secretariat, Organization and Function 30)
The Relation between secretariat and Directorates 31) Administrative Reforms at the
State levels 32) Features of Administration at the District and Local levels 33) Role of
Collector in Law and Order Development 34) Citizens Control over Administration 35)
Judicial control over Administration.
3. MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES:
36) Personnel Management a) Manpower Planning, b) Recruitment, c) Training, d)
Promotion, 3) Civil Service Unions - Staff Relations 37) Financial Management 38)
Budget - Principles of Budget, preparation, Enactment and Execution, 39) Parliamentary
Financial Committee, Estimates Committees, Public Accounts Committee 40)
Accounting and Auditing, 41) Material Management a) Procurement b) Storage, c)
Distribution 42) Organization and Methods.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire
syllabus.
1. Who proposed the theory 'X' and theory 'Y'
a) Douglus Megregor
b) Woodro Wilson
c) L.D. White
d) F.W.
Riggs
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.A. (Public Administration) :
Candidates must have passed B.A. degree examination conducted by Kakatiya University
or an examination recognized as equivalent by the Kakatiya University, with the subject
Pub. Admn at the degree level. The candidate is intending to appear for the Entrance
Test and they must have secured at least 40% marks in the subject concerned at the
qualifying examination (only pass marks for SC/ST ).
05.
M.A (Political Science)
CONCEPTS, THEORIES AND INSTITUTIONS
1. Introduction : Definition, Scope and Importance of Political Science
2. Approaches to the Study of Political Science; Liberal and Marxist
3. State - Nation and Civil Society
4. Soveregnty : Monism and Pluralism
5. Theories of Origin of the State : Social Contact and Evolutionary (Historical)
6. Concepts :
a.
Law : Sources of Law and Concepts of Rule of Law
b.
Liberty and Equality - Their Relationship
c.
Theories and kinds of Rights
d.
Power and Authority
7. Ideologies : Individualism, Anarchism, Fascism and Socialism.
04.

8 Forms of Government :
a. Democracy : Direct and Indirect
b. Unitary and Federal c.
Parliamentary
and Presidential
9. Theory of Separation of Powers
10. Organs of Government
a)
Legislature: i) Uncameral and Bi-cameral
ii)
Powers and Functions
b)
Executive i) Powers and Functions ii)
Independence of Judiciary and
Judicial Review
INDIAN GOVERNMENT & POLITICS:
1. Salient Features of Indian Constitution a Comparative Perspective with the Constitutions
of U.K, USA and Switzerland.
2. Evolution of Indian Constitution - Nationalist Movement and Philosophical Foundations.
3. Indian Federation- Centre - State Relations - Recent Trends
4. Fundamental Rights and Duties, Constitutional Remedies with special reference to Writs
Directive Principles of State Policy.
5. President - Election, Powers and Functions - Prime Minister and Council of Ministers.
6. Parliament - Composition, Powers and Functions.
7. Judiciary - Supreme Court, Composition, Powers, Functions and Judicial Review Judicial Activism.
8. Party System : National and Regional Parties; Coalitional Politics.
9. Election Commission : Electoral Reforms and Voting Behaviour.
10. State Government - Governor, Chief Minister and Council of Ministers - Powers and
Functions.
11. Social and Economic Factors - Language, Religion, Caste and Regional plentities.
12. Social Movements : Agrarian, Working Class, Women, Tribal, Dalit and Environment.
13. Challenges to National Integration - Communalism and Terrorism.
14. Local Government Institutions - 73rd & 74th Constitutional Amendments.
POLITICAL THOUGHT:
1. Ancient Indian Political Thought
a)
Sources of Ancient Indian Political Thought b)
Manu
Varnadharma
and
Dandaneeti
c)
Kautilya State and Society
d) Goutama Buddha :
Dhamma and Sangha
2. Modern Indian Plitical Thought
a)
Gandhi Ahimsa and Satyagraha
b) Nehru Democratic Socialism
c)
Ambedkar : Annihilation of Caste
d) M.N. Roy : Radical Humanism
3. Western Political Thought
Plato, Aristotle, St. Thomas Aquinas, Machiavelli, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, J.J.
Rousseua, Jermy Benthom, J.S. Mill, Hegel, Marx and Gramsci
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
1) State is the individual write large
a) Socrates
b) Plato
c) Hobbes
d) Marx
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.A. (Political Science) :
Candidates must have passed B.A. (Pol. Science) degree examination conducted by
Kakatiya University or an examination recognized as equivalent by the Kakatiya
University, with the subject, the candidate is intending to appear for the Entrance Test
and they must have secured at least 40% marks in the subject concerned at the qualifying
examination (only pass marks for SC/ST).
06.
M.A. (History)
HISTORY OF INDIA UPTO 1526 A.D.:Sources - Methods of study - influence of
Geography on Indian History, Harappan Culture, Vedic Culture, Importance of 6th
Century B.C., Buddhism, origin, growth & decline, Jainism, Origin & gro wth,
Alexander's invasion and its effects, Mauryan empire, Political History, Ashoka's
Dharma, administration, decline, cultural contribution, Kushanas and Kanishka,
Satavahanas political, social, economic & cultural history; Imperial Guptas: Political
History, cultural contributions, Fahien's account:
Harsha's achievements, Yuan
Chwang's account, Rajput heritage: cultural contracts with neighbouring countries,
Pallavas; political history cultural contributions; art; Western Chalukyas of Badami,
Eastern Chalukyas of Vengi, Imperial Cholas - administration, cultural contribution and
temple architecture; Turko - Afghan invasions, Sultanate, influence of Islam on Indian

cultural and Bhakti &Sufi movements; Kakatiyas - socio-economic & cultural
conditions, Vijayanagara empire - political history, socio-economic & cultural
conditions.
HISTORY OF INDIA, 1526 - 1964:
Political conditions on the eve of Babur's invasion, Babur; Humayun; Shershah's
achievements; Akbar's religious and Rajput Policies; Jahangir; Shah Jahan; Aurangazeb;
Moghul administration; Social and cultural life, economic conditions, causes for the
decline and downfall; Shivaji; his achievements and administration, Peshwas; Expansion
of British power in India-Clive, Warren Hastings, Cornwallis, Wellesely, Hastings,
Bentink, Dalhousie; The Revolt of 1857; Indian under the crown; Queen's proclamation,
socio-economic life, Constitutional reforms; Indian renaissance; Raja Rammohan Roy;
Social Reform Movements in the 19th Century; Viceroyalities of Rippon, Curzon, Indian
National Congress; First phase upto 1920; Second phase; Gandhian Era - Non cooperation; Salt Satyagraha; Civil Disobedience; Quit India, Crips, Cabinet Mission;
Transfer of Power, Indian Independence act; Sardar Patel - Integration of Princely
states; Nehru as Prime Minister - An estimate.
HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE (1789-1945) :
The French Revolution - Nepoleon Bonaparte, Congress of Vienna (1815) - Concert of
Europe - Revolution of 1830 and 1848, Nepoleon III - The Second French Republic; Rise
of Nationalism in the 19th Century - Unification of Italy and Germany; Industrial
Revolution - Growth of Capitalist economy; Eastern Question - Greek War of
Independence, Imperialism, Colonialism, Partition of Africa - Growth of Socialist
Movement. The Third French Republic - Decline of Ottoman Empire - The Crimean War
- Congress of Berlin 1878.
First World War - Paris peace conference; Russian
Revolution of 1917 - Role of Lenin - transformation of Russia; League of Nations,
World peace and disarmament - The world economic crisis - Rise of Nazism in Germany
and Facism in Italy; developments in Spain, causes and effects of World War-II, UNO
and its organs.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
Choose the correct answer.
1. Which one of the following was the author of Indica
a)
Megasthenese
b) Kautilya
c) Kalidasa
d) Itsing
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.A. (HISTORY): Candidates must have passed B.A. degree examination conducted by
Kakatiya University or an examination recognized as equivalent by the Kakatiya
University, with the subject, the candidate is intending to appear for the Entrance Test
and they must have secured at least 40% marks in the subject concerned at the qualifying
examination (only pass marks for SC/ST).
07.
M.A. (Sociology)
Sociology - Definition, Nature and Scope, Its relation to the other Social Sciences :
economics, Psychology, Anthropology, History and Political Science, Human Society Its nature, Characteristics and Functions individual and society - Social contract theory,
Organismic theory and Groupo Mind theory, Socialization, Its meaning Process and
Agencies: Culture and Personality; Social structure and Organization, Social Groups,
(Primary, secondary, formal, Informal, In and Out groups) Institutions, Association and
Communities Role, Status, Norms, values power and authority; Social Disorganisation
and Social control Agencies of Social Control; Heredity and Environment - Their
influence on the individual, Natural and Social selection and social heritage; social
Interaction and its associative and disassociative processes; Co-operation
accommodation assimilation, acculturation, and integration, Competition and Conflict,
Social Stratification - Its nature, forms and characteristics, Caste and Class;
Indian Society - Racial, Linguistic, Cultural and Religious divisions; Hindu Social
Organization Varnashrama Dharmas and Purshardhas, Varna and Caste - Forms of
Marriage. Nature of Family - Status of Women in Hindu Society; Social Organization of
minorities; Muslims, Christians and others; their Marriage and Family patterns; Indian
Tribes; Major forms of their social and religious organizations Clan, Kinship, Marriage,
Family, Totem and Toboo; Social Problems; Casteism, Untouchability, Dowry, Poverty,
Unemployment, Beggary, Crime, Delinquence, prostitution, Alcholism and Communal
tensions, Social Legislation and change in India - Islamization, Westernization,
Sanskritization - Modernization and Secularization.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER

Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
1. Fundamentals of Sociology
a) Murthy & Murthy
b) Johnson
c) Gisbert
d)
Laxmana
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.A. (Sociology): Any graduate of Social Sciences from Kakatiya University or any
other University recognized as equivalent by Kakatiya University passed with aggregate
40% of marks in the subject concerned (only pass marks for SC and ST candidates).
08.
M.A. (Gender Studies):
I. Concepts and Theories:
1) Meaning and scope of gender studies
2) Nature and importance of gender studies
3) Masculinity and Femininity views – religion, science and politics.
4) Gender discrimination – Periyar, Gandhi, Ambedkar, Jyothi Rao Pule
5) Biological, functional; and cultural subordination of wo men
6) Matriarchy, Patriarchy, transformation of matriarchy into patriarchy
7) The status of women in India – Education, ;employment, health
8) Feminism-origin and development of Feminism
9) Feminist theories – liberal, radical and socialist theories.
II. Women Empowerment:
10) Concept and significance of women empowerment – Social, Political, Economic, Legal
and cultural
empo werment
11) Violence against women
12) Role of women in media and society
13) Gender and Technology
14) Women entrepreneurship
III. Gender and Development:
15) Concept of gender development
16) Gender development policies of the Government, Central and State social welfare
boards,
National Commission for Women, Mini9stry of Women Development
and Child Welfare
17) Role of NGOs in women development
18) Role of Financial Institutions in Women Entrepreneurial activities.
Model Question paper
Time: 90 Minutes
Max. Marks: 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire
syllabus.
Eg. 1. Gender Studies explains about:
a)
Men
b) Politics
c) Women
d) Economics
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.A. (Gender Studies): Any graduate of Social Sciences from Kakatiya University or
any other University recognized as equivalent by Kakatiya University passed with
aggregate 40% of marks in the subject concerned (only pass marks for SC and ST
candidates).
09.
Master of Human Resource Management (M.H.R.M.)
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
SECTION - I : LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION (30 Questions x 1 = 30 Marks)
A. SYNONYMS: In this subsection 5 words along with their alternative synonyms will be
given. You have to chose the correct synonyms and indicate it in the answer sheet. (5
Questions)
Specimen: Stereotyped: a) Original b) Antique
c) Modeled
d)
Repetitions
B. ANTONYMS: In this subsection 5 words along with their alternative Antonyms will be
given. You have to choose the correct meaning and indicate it in the answer sheet. (5
Questions)
Specimen: Magnify: a) Forgive
b) Comprehend
c) Extol
d)
Diminish
C. MEANING IDENTIFICATION: In this subsection 5 idoms/phrases with their
alternative meanings are be given. You have to choose the correct meaning and indicate
it in the answer sheet. Specimen: Hobsons Choice
(5 Questions)

a) Excellent choice
b) Choice to live or die
c) No choice at all
d) First choice
D. VERBAL ANALOGIES : In this sub-section you are required to select from the given
alternative word-pairs one which has a similar relationship to the key-word paid. In all
5 questions will be given. Indicate the right answer in the answer sheet. (5 Questions)
E. SENTENCE COMPLETION : Five questions will be given in this sub-section, which
require you to complete the sentence by selecting the most appropriate given word and
inserting it in blanks to make the sentence complete and indicate it in the answer sheet.
(5 Questions)
Specimen: He was ……………….. in this colorful dress uniform.
F. ENGLISH USAGE : This sub section tests the knowledge in basic English grammar 5
sentences will be given. Some sentences contain grammar, usage, word choice and idom
that would be incorrect in Composition. Some sentences are correct. No sentence will
have more than one error. If the sentence has an error choose the underline part that is
incorrect and indicate that number in the answer sheet. (5 Questions)
That
Kind of house
which should
no error
Specimen
is the
in
like to live
A
B
C
D
SECTION - II : GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (30 Questions x 1 = 30 Marks)
A. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE & CURRENT AFFAIRS: (10 Questions x 1 = 10 Marks)
Ten multiple choice objective type questions carrying one mark each would be asked.
These cover a wide variety of social, economic, political, historical, scientific and
technical events including games, sports and current affairs.
Specimen Questions :
10 x 1 = 10
1. In winning medals in the XI Asian Games in Beizing recently, India ranks
B. TEST OF REASONING: (20 Questions x 1 = 10 Marks)
T wenty multiple choice objective type questions carrying one mark each would be asked.
These covered quantitative and analytical questions related to reasoning ability asked.
Specimen Questions :
1. Four out of the five words have definite kind of relationship with the word
"AUSTRAIA" while the fifth one is different, Find the odd-man art.
1. ASIA
2. ASTRIA
3. TRAIL
4. RET AIL
5. LAST
2. Which of the following has the highest value:
1. 2/3
2. 11/15
3. 4/9
4. ½
5. 15/21
3. Find the add-man art:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
SECTION - III : MANAGEMENT APTITUDE (40 Questions x 1 = 40 Marks)
A. ORGANISATION THEORY AND MANAGEMENT :
(10 x 1 = 10)
Specimen questions:
1. The father of scientific management
a) Henri Fayol b) Elton Mayo
c) F.W. Riggs
d) F.W. Taylor
B. INDUSTRIALISATION IN INDIA
(15 x 1 = 15)
Specimen questions:
1. As per MRTP Act a large Industrial house is one whose assets exceed
a) Rs.35 crores b) Rs.20 Crores
c) Rs.74 Crores
d) None of the
above
C. INDIAN WORKING CLASS: (15 x 1 = 15)
Specimen questions:
1. Mahatma Gandhi was primarily associated with the working class of
a) Textile Industry in Bombay
b) Iron & Steel Industryin Jodhpur
c) Textile Industry in Kanpur
c) Textile Industry in Ahmedabad.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.H.R. M. : Candidates must have passed any Degree conducted by the Kakatiya
University or an examination recognized as equivalent by Kakatiya University with an
aggregate of 40% marks in qualifying examination (only pass marks for SC/ST).
10.
MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK (MSW)
i) HUMAN SOCIETY: Meaning, nature and characteristics, T ypes of society - tribal, rural
and urban, Individual and Society, Theories of Origin of society.
ii) SOCIAL GROUPS : Meaning, types and characteristics.
iii) SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS:
Marriage, Family, Kinship, Economic Institutions,
Educational Institutions, Political Institutions and Religious Institutions, Caste and
Class.

iv) SOCIAL PROBLEMS: Problems related to: Women, Children, Youth, Old-aged,
Physically and Mentally Handicapped - Crime and Delinquency - Deviance and Control;
Correctional Services, Social Welfare - Tribal, Backward Class and other Weaker
Sections.
v) SOCIAL WORK: Historical and Philosophical origins of Social Work - Philanthropy
and Charity: meaning, definitions, nature scope and importance of social work
profession, Methods of Social Work - Case Work, Group work and Community
Organizations; Fields of Social Work - Child Welfare, Women welfare, Youth welfare,
Welfare of Physically Disabled, Mentally Retarded, Destitutes, Orphans and Old age
people, Welfare of Weaker sections - S.C., S.T., B.Ds and Minorities : Need and
importance of Voluntary Organization in developing and underdeveloped countries.
Social Security Services - Legal and Constitutional Provision of disadvantaged Sections.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
1. It is not a method of social work practice
a) Case work
b) Group work
c) Social welfare administration
d)
Sociology
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK (MSW) : Any graduate including professional courses like
medicine, engineering, law, pharmacy, management, information technology with 40%
marks at qualifying examination (for SC/ST students pass marks) are eligible to apply
for the MSW (Master of Social Work) Course. A minimum of 36 marks should be
obtained in Entrance Test as eligibility for admission. But there is no minimum marks
for SC and ST candidates.
11.
Master of Education (M.Ed.)
Time: 2 hours
Marks : 100
Paper I : FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION
Q. John Dewey belongs to the school of
a) Idealism
b) Naturalism
c) Pragmatism d) Existentialism
Paper II : PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
Q. The intellect model proposed by Guilford consists of
a) 120 factors
b) 150 factors
c) 190 factors
d) 90 factors
Paper III : EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY & COMPUTER EDUCATION
Q. 'Edgar Dale' proposed
a) Cone of Experience b) Programmed Learning
c) Micro-Teaching
d)
Systems Approach
Paper IV : SCHOOL MANAGEMENT & SYSTEMS OF EDUCATION
Q. The exact sequential order in 'the ladder of student involvement in schools' is
a)
1) Decoration
2) Tokenism
3) Manipulation
b)
1) Tokenism
2) Decoration
3) Manipulation
c)
1) Tokenism
2) Manipulation
3) Decoration
d)
1) Manipulation
2) Decoration
3) Tokenism
Paper V : PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNICATION ENGLISH
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
Q. What does 'scanning' indicate?
a) Reading for general purpose
b) Reading for specific information
c) Reading for detailed comprehension
d) None of the above
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.Ed. : a) Candidates who have obtained at least 55% Marks in the B.Ed. degree of Kakatiya
University or any other universities recognized as equivalent by the Kakatiya University
are eligible for admission.
b) The reservation for SC/ST/OBC and other categories shall be as per the rules of the
Central Government / State Government, whichever is applicable. There shall be
relaxation of five percent marks in favour of SC / ST / OBC and other categories of
candidates.
The Entrance Test is for 100 Marks of 2 Hours duration. The Test Paper contains 100 (one
hundred) multiple-choice objective type questions from the existing syllabus (Paper-I:
Foundations of Education, Paper-II: Psychological Foundations of Education, Paper-III:
Educational Technology & Computer Education, Paper-IV: School Management &
Systems of Education, Paper-V; Personality Development & Communicative English).
12.
MASTER OF TOURISM MANAGEMENT (M.T.M.)

Section - I

(45 Questions x 1
= 45 Marks)
1. Geographical conditions of India - Unity in Diversity - Harappan Culture.
2. Vedic Culture - Aryavartha - Jainism & Buddhism - religious centres - Gandhara Art.
3. Mauryan Empire - Historical Places such as Taxasila, Pataliputra, Kalinga, Saranath
etc.,Mauryan Inscriptions, Art & Architecture.
4. Guptas - Fahien's account Cultural achievement (Literature, art & architecture), religion,
learning centres like Nalanda University.
5. Satavahanas - Cultural contribution - Amaravathi School of Art, Jain & Budhist centres Acharya Nagarjuna.
6. Pallavas & Cholas - Cultural contribution - Study of tourist centers like Kanchi,
Mahabalipuram art & architecture under Pallavas & Cholas - Chola's administration.
7. Harshavardhana: Sites like Sthaneshwar & Prayaga - Hiuen - Tsang's account - Rajputs
& their Cultural achievements - Literature, art & architecture.
8. Chalukya art & architecture - Kakatiya contribution to art & architecture, Cultural
achievements under Vijayanagara rule - Hampi, Lepakshi, Tadipatri, Ahobilam, Belur,
etc., Traveller's account.
9. Influence of Islam on Indian Culture - Indo-Sarcenic art - constructions of the Sultans
and the Mughals, Delhi, Agra, Fathepur Sikri, Madhura, etc., Bahmani & Qutub Shahi
structures in the Deccan, Sufi & Bhakti Movements.
10. Western impact on India - English education - Socio-cultural reform movements:
Brahma Samaj, Arya Samaj - Theosophical Society - Ramakrishna Mission - Hitakarini
Samaj at Rajahmandry etc.
11. National Movement & the centres of National struggle (Bombay, Calcutta, Madras,
Lahore, Jalianwalabagh, Dandi etc.)
Role of Gandhiji in Freedom Movement Achievement of independence & integration of princely states.
SECTION-II
:
Tourism related G.K. of the world
(15 Questions x 1
= 15-Marks)
SECTION-III
:
English Language & Comprehension
(40 Questions x 1
= 40-Marks)
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
Section-I (Marks : 45)
I. Choose the correct answer.
1. Qutub Minar was built by
a) Balban
b) Qutb-ud-din-Aibak c) Razia
d) Babur
Section-II (Marks : 15)
II. Choose the correct answer.
1. The Great Wall of China was built by
a) Shimoho wang
b) Tzu-se
c) Mao-Tseting
d) Sanyat
Sen
Section-III (Marks : 40)
III. Choose the correct answer.
1. Disclose:
a) reveal
b) open
c) conceal
d) deny
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
MASTER OF TOURISM MANAGEMENT (M.T.M.) : Candidates must have passed
any Degree conducted by the Kakatiya University or an examination recognized as
equivalent by Kakatiya University with an aggregate of 40% marks in qualifying
examination (only pass for SC/ST).
13.
MASTER OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (M.P.Ed)
1. Principles, Philosophy and Psychology, Method of Physical Education – PRINCIPLES –
Definitions, Concepts, Scope, Need and Functions, Aims and Objectives, Biological
Principles of Physical Education. PSYCHOLOGY – Kinds of Learning, Definitions and
Theories of Psychology. METHODS – Methods of Teaching, Principles of Teaching,
Lesson Plan in Physical Education.
2. Organization and Administration of Physical Education and Health Education:
Organisation at different levels, curriculum, organization and conducting Tournaments
and Competitions, Intramurals & Extramurals, Budget, Maintainance of Records &
Registers.
3. Anatomy, Physiology and Physiology of Exercise: Cell, Form & General Structure of
Bone, Digestive System, Circulatory System, Respiratory System, Nervous System.

4. Body Mechanics and Kinesiology: Joints, T ypes of Muscular Contractions, Basic
Principles of Movement, Physical Principles concerning Motion. Application of
Kinesiology to the nature of movements.
5. Officiating and Coaching of Physical Education: Rules & Officiating of Games/Track &
Field, Foot Ball, Hockey, Cricket, Volley Ball, Kabadi, Kho-Kho, Basket Ball.
Coaching: Principles and Philosophy of coaching. Qualities and Responsibility of
Coach.
6. Tests and Measurements: Characteristics of good Tests, Elementary Statistics on
methods. Tests: Fitness Tests, Cardiovascular Test, Reading Skills.
Model Question paper
Time: 90 Minutes
Max. Marks: 75
The question paper consists of 75 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
1. Man became a homo sapien animal because he developed:
a) A high brain
b) A solid set up
c) An upright posture d)
A
Superior
nervous system
2. Psychology deals with:
a) Functions of body
b) Activities of air
c) Behaviour
d) Construction of
body
*25 marks for sports aachievement.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
Master of Physical Education (M.P.Ed.): a) Candidates who have obtained at least 55%
marks in the B.P.Ed. degree of Kakatiya University or any other universities recognized
as equivalent by the Kakatiya University / or B.Sc. degree in Physical Education, Health
Education and sports are eligible for admission. However, minimum pass percentage of
marks in required for SC / ST candidates.
b) The reservation in seats and relaxation in the qualifying marks for SC / ST / OBC and
other categories shall be as per the rules of the Central Government / State Government,
whichever is applicable.
14.
M.Com. (Common for M.Com.; M.Com (Financial Accounting);
M.Com. (Banking & Insurance); and M.Com. (Computer Applications)
i) BUSINESS ECONOMICS: Micro and Macro economic analysis - Economic gro wth and
economic development; Decision Making in business - Demand analysis - Cost analysis :
Measurement of National Income - Business Cycles - Causes, consequences and remedial
measures. (20 Questions)
ii) INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT :
Concept of business,
industry, commerce, trade, plant and firm-Forms of business organizations Industrial
structure public, private, joint and cooperative sectors-Measurement of size of industrial
unit-optimum firm, representative firm-Industrial policy-Globalisation-PrivatisationSmall scale industries problems and prospects. Different approaches to managementfunctions of managements-forms of organizations-authority and power-delegation. (20
Questions)
iii) FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING :
Accounting concepts and conventions - Bank
reconciliation statement - consignment and joint venture accounts - hirepurchase and
instalment purchase system - rectification of errors - company accounts - types of capital
and shares - record share transactions - calls in advance - calls in arrears - forfeiture re-issue of forfeited shares- depreciation methods - provision and reserves - accounts of
non-trading concerns. (20 Questions)
iv) QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES: Measures of central tendency - mean - mode median - geometric mean - their relative merits and limitations measures of dispersion skewness - simple correlation and regression analysis - time series analysis .Probability:
concepts - approaches - addition and multiplication theories - rules of counting. (20
Questions)
v) Financial Management: Finance Structure-Capital Structure - Over - Capitalization
under capitalization Reserves, Retained Earnings, Networth, Sources of Finance, Long
term Vs. Short Term, Capital Markets - Money Market - Corporate securities shares and
debentures - Functions of Stock Exchanges - Underwriting (20 Questions)
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
II. Choose the correct answer
1. A Minor's Contract is
a) Valid
b) Void
c) Voidable
d) Illegal
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

M.Com. (Common for M.Com.; M.Com (Financial Accounting); M.Com. (Banking &
Insurance) and M.Com. (Computer Applications): Candidates must have passed
B.Com., B.B.M., Degree Examination conducted by the Kakatiya University or an
examination recognized as equivalent by Kakatiya University and secured at least 40%
marks in aggregate (only pass marks for SC/ST)
15.
Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ)
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
SECTION-I
Consist of 20 questions pertaining to General Knowledge
Specimen Question :
20x1=20
1. Which is the Capital city of USA:
a) Newyork
b) Washington D.C. c) Chicago
d) Bhostan
2. Who invented Printing Machine :
a) William James
b) Newton
c) Cutenberg
d) Graham
Bell
SECTION-II
Consist of 20 questions pertaining to Current Affairs, Regional, National and
International events who's and who-Sports, Books, Awards.
Specimen Question :
20x1=20
1. Who is the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh State
a) Kiran Kumar Reddy b) Akhilesh Yadav
c) Mulayam Singh Yadav
d)
Mayavathi
2. Asia Cricket Cup-2012 won by :
a) India
b) Bangladesh
c) Srilanka
d)
Pakistan
SECTION-III
Consist of 20 questions pertaining to English Language (Synonyms, Antonyms, One
word substitutions, Correction of Sentences and Basic Grammar)
Specimen Question :
20x1=20
1. What is the Synonym of Anxiety :
a) Pleasure
b) Enthusiasm
c) Sorrow
d)
Happiness
2. She..... ( write) the letter since 10.00 a.m.
a) is writing
b) ahs been writing
c) have been writing
d)
was
writing
SECTION-IV
Consist of 40 questions pertaining to Print and Eletronic Media and Advertisements.
Specimen Question :
40x1=40
1. 'An Idea can change your life', is the slogan of ....
a) Airtel
b) Aircel
c) IDEA
d) Reliance
2. Who is the Editor of 'The Hindu' daily newspaper
a) Ramoji Rao b) S.V. Rajan
c) MVN Shastry
d) A.B.K.
Prasad
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
MCJ (Master of Communication and Journalism): Candidates must have passed any
Degree conducted by the Kakatiya University or an examination recognized as
equivalent by Kakatiya University with an aggregate of 40% marks in qualifying
examination (only pass marks for SC/ST).
16.
Master of Library & Information Science (M.L.I.Sc. )
The syllabus for M.L.I.Sc. Entrance Exam will be of B.L.I.Sc. standard. It consists of
the follo wing:
1. Library & Society : Five Laws of Library Science, History of Libraries : Library
Movement in India & Andhra Pradesh, Library Legislation in India, Library
Organisations & Associations, T ypes of Libraries, National Libraries & Documentation
Centers
2. Library Management : Management Theory & Principles; Application to Library &
Information Centers. Library planning: Components of Library & Building etc. Human
Resource Management: Committees, Authories, Planning, Staffing Library Governance:
Rules & Regulations, Records, Statistics, Annual Reports Financial Management &
Budgeting, Collection Management & Maintenance
3. Library & Information Sources & Services: Information Sources:Primary Sources,
Secondary & Territory Sources. T ypes of Bibliograpy, User Needs & Reference
Services, Lib. & Inf. Services : Document Delivery Service, ILL, Referral Services,

Reprography Services, Information Consolidation & Repackaging, Services: Indexing,
Abstracting, Translation Services etc.
4. Information Retrieval & Co mputer Application & Networking: Computer & its
Application in Libraries, Computer Hardware & Software, Library Automation, Resource
Sharing, National Networking : NICNET, ERNET & INFLIBNET etc.
5. Library Classification: Classification - Need, Purpose, Function ; Growth & Structure
of Kno wledge, Normative Principles & Theoretical Foundation of Classification ;
Principles of Facet, Sequence & Helpful Sequences, Postulational Approach :
Fundamental Categories; Rounds & Levels, Notation : T ypes, Mnemonics & Devices,
Study of Classification Schemes : DDC, UDC, CC
6. Library Cataloging Theory : Catalogue : Functioning, Forms, Development of
Catalogue Codes & Rules, T ypes of Entries - Main Entry & Added Entry etc. Subject
Cataloging & Indexing : Subject catalogue, Subject Heading, Subject Indexing &
Techniques Types of Cataloguing, Bibliographical Standardization : ISBD, MARC, CCF,
Standard Format : MARC 21
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTIONS:
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
1. Father of Library Science in India:
a) S.R. Ranganathan
b) G. Harisarvotham Rao c) P.N. Kurla
d)
Girija Kumar
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.L.I.Sc. (Master of Library & Information Science): a) The candidate who have passed
B.L.I.Sc. Degree (one year course) of Kakatiya University or any other University
recognized as equivalent by Kakatiya University. b) The test paper consists of 100
Multiple Choice objective type questions covering the entire B.L.I.Sc. Syllabus. c) The
Entrance Test is for 100 marks of 90 minutes (i.e. one and half hour) duration. d) The
duration of the course will be one academic year. There will be two semesters in an
Academic year. e) If an employee (Govt./Private) takes admission into the courses he
has to go on leave for entire duration of the course.
17.
M.Sc. (BOTANY)
Diversity of Microbes:
1) A general account of VIRUSES and MYCOPLASMA, 2) Prokaryotes: General structure
and reproduction.
Evolutionary relationships of Archaea.
Autotrophic bacteria:
Photosynthetic bacteria: Cyanobacteria - Cell Structure, thallus organization, economic
importance (SCP, biofertilizers, etc.): Chemotrophic bacteria: Heterolrophic bacteria
saprophytic, mutualistic and parasitic.
Diversity of cryptoga ms:
(i) FUNGI: General characters, classification and economic importance of fungi.
Structure, reproduction and systematic position of the follo wing: Mastigomycotina
(Albugo), Zygomycotina (Mucor), Ascomycotina (Pencillium, Peziza), Basidiomycotina
(Puccinia) and Dueteromycotina (Alternaria), (ii) LICHENS: A genral account o f
structure, reproduction, ecological significance and economic importance. (iii) ALGAE:
general characters, classification and economic importance. Structure, reproduction and
life-history of the following:
Chlorophyceae (Volvox, Oedogonium and Chara).
Xanthophyceae
(Vaucheria),
Bacillarphyceae
(Lectocarpus),
Rhodophyceae
(Polysiphonia) and Bacillariophyceae (iv) BRYOPHYT A:
General characters,
classification, sexuality, and alternation of generations of bryophytes.
Structure,
reproduction and systematic position of Hepaticopsida (Marchantia), Anthoceratopsida
(Anthoceros) and Bryopsida (Polytrichum). Evolution of land habit and saprophyle in
bryophytes. (v) PTERIDOPHYT A: General characters, classification and life-cycle of
Pteridophytes, Structure, reproduction and systematic position of Psilopsida (Rhynia),
Lycopsida (Lycopodium) Sphenopsida (Equisetum) and Pteropsida (Marselia), Evolution
of stele, heterospory and seed habit.
Diversity of Flowering Plants:
(i) CYCADOPHYTA and PALEOBOTANY: General features, diversity, distribution and
economic importance of Gymnosperms, Geological time table, fossils and fossilization.
General account of Bennettilales Morphology, anatomy of leaf, stem, and root,
reproduction and life-cycle of Pinus and Gnetum.
(ii) MAGNOLIOPHYTA:
(a) TAXONOMY: History and principles of plant classification. Current systems of
classification. A comparative account of the systems of Bentham & Hooker and Engler

& Prantl, Plant nomenclature: International code of botanical nomenclature (Vienna
Code).
Current concepts in taxonomy (Systematic embryology, cytotaxonomy,
chemotaxonomy, and numerical taxonomy). Diversity and economic importance of the
families: Magnoliopsida (Annonaceae, Malvaceae, Rutaceae, Fabaceae (Leguminosae),
Cucurbitaceae, Rubiaceae, Asteraceae, Sapotaceae, Apocynaceae Asclepiadaceae,
Acanthaceae, Lamiaceae, Amaranthaceae, Euphorbiaceae:
Liliopsida, Orchidaceae,
Liliaceae, Arecaceae and Poaceae.
(b) ANATOMY: Tissues and tissue systems. Organization of shoot and root apices, and
associated theories. Leaf structure and internal diversity.
Epidermal tissue system
(trichome and stomatal types). Normal structure of the wood, sapwood and heartwood.
Anomalous secondary growth in Magnoliopsida (Dicots) and Liliopsida (Monocots).
(c)
EMBYOLOGY and PALYNOLOGY:
Microsporogenesis, megasporogenesis.
Fertilization; Endosperm types, development and Haustoria. A general account of
embryogeny, Polyembryogeny and Apomixis.
Palynology: A general account and
importance.
(iii) PHYSIOLOGY:
A general account of plant-water relations, Enzymes:
Characteristics, mechanisms of action, kinetics and factors affecting. Essential macro
and micronutrients. Transport of organic substances. Photosynthesis: Pigments,
concept of photosystems, photophosphorylation. Calvin cycle. C4 pathway, CAM
plants, and photorespiration. A general account of Nitrogen and Lipid metabolism, Plant
Growth Hormones, Photomorphogenesis, Fruit development, and Seed dormancy.
(iv)
ECOLOGY:
Plants and Environment.
Ecological factors like gases, light,
temperature, soil, water, salinity, and biota. Adaptations of the plants to these factors.
Population ecology, Community ecology. Ecosystem structure and function. Food
chains, energy flo w, ecological pyramids, biogeochemical cycles (carbon, nitrogen and
phosphorus). Biogeographic regions of India. Vegetation types of India. A general
account of air, water, soil, sound and thermal pollution.
(v) CELL BIOLOGY and GENETICS: Cell and cell organelles; cell inclusions;
separation of cell organelles; cell envelops, DNA the genetic maternal; DNA protein
interaction. Cell division - Meiosis and Mitosis. Mendelism, laws of segregation and
independent assortment, linkage and crossing over with reference to two-point and threepoint test crosses. Gene expression. Genetic variations: mutation and their significance.
Extra nuclear genome. General account of genetic code.
(vi) TISSUE CULTURE and BIOTECHNOLOGY: Basic aspects of plant tissue culture,
totipotency, and morphogenetic factors. Applications of Biotechnology.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
1. Cyathium is found in:
a) Phyllanthus
b) Acalypha
c) Euphorbia
d) Croton
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.Sc. (BOTANY): Candidates must have passed Degree Examination conducted by Kakatiya
University or an examination recognized as equivalent by the Kakatiya University with
the subject the candidate is intending to appear for the Entrance Test and they must
have secured at least 45% marks in the subject concerned (40% for SC/ST).
18.
M.Sc. (Zoology)
Biology of inverterbrates and cell biology
Protozoa to Annelida
Phylum protozoa
: General characters and outline classification up to
classes.
Type study
: Pararamecium.
Phylum Porifera
classes.
Type study

: General

characters and utline classification up to

: Sycon; Canal system in sponges.

Phylum Coelenterata
: General charaters and outline classification up to classes.
Type study
: Obliea, Polymorphism in Coelenterates;Coralas and
Coral reef
formation.
Phylum Platyhelminthes : General characters and outline classification up to classes.
Tye study
: Fasciola hepatica.
Phylum Nemathelminthes: General characters and outline classification up to classes.
Type study
: Ascar is lumbricoides.

Phylum Annelida
classes
Tye study

: General chaacters and outline classification up to
: Leechi; Coelom and coelomoducts in Annelids.

Arthopoda to Hemichordata : Phylum Arthropoda: General characters and outiline
classification up to classes. T ype study: Prawn; Crustacean larvae; Peripatus Characters and significance. Phylum Mollusca: General Charaters and outline
classification up to classes. T ype study: Pila; Pearl formation in Molluscs.Phylum
Enchinodermata: General characters and outline classification up to classes. Tye study:
Star fish. General characters of Hemchordata: Structure and affinities of Balanoglossus.
Cell Biology : Cell theory. Ultra stuture of Animal cell. Structure of Plasma membrane Fluid-mosaic model. Transport functions of Plasma membrane - Passive transport,
active transport ( Antiport, symport and uniport) and bulk trnsport. Structure and
functions of Endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi body, Ribosomes, lysosomes and
Mitochaondria. Chromosomes - nomenclature types and- structure, Giant Chromosomes Polytene and Lampbrush chromosomes.
Cell division - Cell-cycle stages (G1, S,
G2 and M phases), Cell - Cycle check points and regulation. Mitosis; Meiosis - and its
significance.
Biomolecules of the cell
Carbohydrates : Classification of Carbohydrates
Structure of Monosaccharides (Glucose and Fructose)
Structure of Disaccharides (Lactose and Sucrose)
Structure of Polysaccharides (Starch, Glycogen and Chitin)
Proteins: Amino acids : General Properties, nomenclature, classfication and structure
Classfication of proteins based on fuctions, chemcial nature and nutrition, peptide bond
and structure (Primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary structures)
Lipids : Classification. Structure of Fatty acids (Saturated and unsaturated) Triacylglycerols,
Phopolipids (Lecithin and cephalin) and Steroids (Cholesterol).
Nucleic acids : Structure of purines, pyrimidines, ribose and deoxyribose sugars. Watson and
Crick model of DNA and Chargaff’s rule. Structure of RNA, T ypes of RNA - rRNA
and mRNA. Biology of chordates, Embryogology, ecology and zoogeography
Protochordata to Amphibia : Protochordates: Slient features of Urochordata and
Cephalochordata.
Structure and
life-history of Herdmania.
Significance of
retrogressive metramorphosis General characters of Chordates. General characters of
fishes, classification up to sub-class level with examples . T ype study - Scoliodon
(Morphology, respiratory system, circulatory) system, Urinogenil system, nervous
system and sense organs)T ypes of scales. General characters and classification of
Amphibhia up to order level. T ype study-Rana
(Morphogoy, digestive system,
respiratory sytem, circulatory system, excretory system, nervous system and
reproductive system). Parental care in amphibia.
Reptilian to Mammalia : General characters and classification of Reptilia up to order level.
Type study - Calotes: Digestive system, respiratory system, circulatory system,
nevrvous system and urinogenital sytem. General characters and classifications of Aves
up to order level with examples Columba livia (Exosokeleton, repiratory sytem,
circulatory system excretory system, nervous system and reprodutive system). Fligh
adapatations in birds; Significance of migration in birds. General characters and
classification of Mammalia up to order level with examples. Dentition in mammals.
Embryology : Gametogensis and Fertilization, T ypes of eggs and cleavagaes, Development of
frog up to gastrulation and formation of primary germ layers Foetal membranes and their
significance, Placenta: Types and functions
Ecology : Biogeochemical cycles - Gaseous cycles of Nitorgen and Carbondioxide.
Sedimentary cycle-phophorus. Definition of community - Habitat and ecologicial niche
Community interactions : Brief account of competitive, predation, mutualism,
commonsalism and parasitism.Ecological succession.
Population ecology: Density, mortality and natality, growth curves Populoation
regulation mechanisms - both biotic abd abiotic Zoogeography: Zoogegraphical realms.
Fauna of Oriental, Ethiopion and Australian regions.
ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY, GENETICS AND EVOLUTIONS
PHYSIOLOGY OF DIGESTION : Definition of digestion and types of digestion – extra and
intracellular. Digestion of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and cellulose. Absorption and
assimilation of digested food materials. Gastrointestinal hormones – control of
digestion.

PHYSIOLOGY OF RESPIRATION : T ypes of respiration – external and internal respiration.
Structure of mammalian lung and gaseous exchange. Transport of oxygen – formation of
oxyhemoglobin and affinity of hemoglobin to oxygen, oxygen dissociation curves.
Transport of CO2 – Chloride shift. Bohr effect Cellular respiration – Main steps of
glycolysis. Krebs cycle, electron transport. Oxidative phosporylation and ATP
production.
PHYSIOLOGY OF CIRCULATION : Open and closed circulation Structure of mammalian
heart and its working mechanism. Heart beat and cardiac cycle. Myogenic and
neurogenic hearts. Regulation of heart rate – Tachycardia and Bradycardia.
PHYSIOLOGY OF EXCRETION : Definition of excretion Forms of nitrogenous waste
products and their formation: Classification of animals on the basis of excretory
products. Gross organization of mammalian excretory system and structure of kidney.
Structure and function of Nephron – Counter current mechanism
PHYSIOLOGY OF MUSCLE CONTRACTION : General structure and types of muscles.
Ultra structure of skeletal muscle. Sliding filament theory of muscle contraction.
Chemical changes during muscle contraction – role of calcium, ATP utilization and its
replenishment.
PHYSIOLOGY OF NERVE IMPULSE
: Structure of nerve cell. Nature of nerve impulse
– resting potential and action potential. Properties of nerve impulse – threshold value,
refractory period, all or none response. Conduction of nerve impulse along an axon –
local circuit theory and Salutatory conduction theory. Structure of synapse, mechanisms
of synaptic transmission – electrical and chemical
PHYSIOLOGY OF ENDOCRINE SYSTEM : Relationship between hypothalamus and
pituitary gland Hormones of hypothalamus. Hormones of Adenohypophysis and
Neurohypophysis. Hormones of pineal gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid, thymus, adrenal
and pancreas. Endocrine control of mammalian reproduction – Male and female
hormones - Hormonal control of menstrual cycle in humans.
PHYSIOLOGY OF HOMEOSTASIS : Concept of Homeostasis and its basic working
mechanism. Mechanism of Homeostatis – Giving three illustrations viz., Hormonal
Control of glucose levels, Water and ionic regulation by fresh water and Marine animals
and temperature regulation in man
GENETICS : Mendel’s laws – Law of segregation and independent assortment: Gene
interaction - Incomplete dominance Co-dominance and epistasis Identification of DNA
as genetic material – Griffith’s experiment and Hershey – Chase Experiment. Central
dogma of molecular biology – Brief account of DNA (Semi conservative method)
Replication fork (continuous and discontinuous synthesis); Transcription – Brief account
of initiation, elongation and termination in eukaryotes: Translation; Genetic code: gene
regulation as exemplified by Lac operon. Human karyotyping, barr bodes and Lyon
hypothesis and Amniocentesis, chromosomal disorders – autosomal and sex
chromosomal.
ORGANIC EVOLUTION : Genetic basis of Evolution. Gene pool and gene frequencies,
Hardy – Weinberg’s law. Force of destabilization, natural selection, genetic drift,
Mutation, Isolation and Migration Speciation – Allopatry and sympatry Evolution of
Man
APPLIED ZOOLOGY
FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE : Capture fisheries – Introduction. Types of fisheries,
Fishery resource from Freshwater. Fin-fish and shell-fish fisheries. Fishing gears and
fishing crafts. Site selection criteria. Aquaculture systems. Induced breeding. Hatchery
design and Management. Shrimp and prawn culture. Post-harvest technology.
Preservation and processing – Freezing, solar drying, canning, salting smoking
CLINICAL SCIENCE : Hematology. Blood composition and functions. Blood groups and Rh
factor, transfusion problems. Blood diseases – Anemia, Leukemia, Leucocytosis,
Leucopaenia. Biopsy and autopsy – Clinical importance
Immunology: Types of
immunity – Innate and acquired, organs of immune system. Antigens – Haptens and
epitopes. Structure and biological properties of human immunologlobulin G (IgG).
Humoral immunity and cell mediate immunity, B and T-Cell. Hypersensitivity –
immediate and delayed
ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY : Animal Biotechnology: Scope of Biotechnology, Cloning
vectors –Characteristics of vectors, Plasmids. Gene Cloning – Enzymatic cleavage of
DNA, Restriction enzymes. (Endonucleases) and Ligation. Transgenesis and Production
of transgenic animals (Fish and Goat) Application of Stem Cell technology in Cell based
therapy. (Diabetes and Parkinson’s diseases).
MODEL QUESTION PAPER

Time : 90 Minutes
Max Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions covering the entire syllabus.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M. Sc. ( Zoology) : Candidates must have passed Degree Examination conducted by Kakatiya
University or an examination recognized as equivalent by the Kakatiya University with
the subject the candidate is intending to appear for the Entrance Test and they must
have secured at least 45% marks in the subject concerned (40% for SC/ST).
19.
M.Sc. (Chemistry)
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY : Periodic properties of s&p-block elements, compounds of noble
gases, Bonding in metals, Alloys, d-block elements, f-block elements, Coordination
compounds, Organometallic compounds, metalions in biological systems, Inorganic
reaction mechanisms, non aqueous solvents, HSAB.
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY: Structure of organic molecules, Reactivity of organic molecules,
Nomenclature of organic compounds, Effect of structure on physical properties, Alkanes,
Cycloalkanes, Alkenes, Arenes, Halogen compounds, Hydroxy compounds, Ethers,
Carbonyl compounds, Monocarboxylic acids and their derivatives, organic synthesis
based on carbonions, Nitrogen compounds, Optical isomerism, Amino acids,
Carbohydrates, Heterocyclic compounds, structural elucidation of organic compounds.
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY: 1. Atomic structure, 2. Chemical Euillibrium, 3. Colloids, 4.
Adsorption, 5. Gaseous state, 6. Liquids, 7. Solids, 8. Solutions, 9. Phase rule, 10.
Colligative properties, 11. Thermodynamics, 12. Electro chemistry, 13. Chemical
Kinetics, 14. Macromolecules, 15. Molecular spectroscopy. The details of each topic are
given in common core syllabus.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
1. The number of possible stereo isomers for a complex having the molecular formula
[Co(NH3)4 Cl2]*
a) one
b) two
c) three
d) four
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.Sc. (Chemistry):Candidates must have passed Degree Examination conducted by
Kakatiya University or an examination recognized as equivalent by the Kakatiya
University with the subject the candidate is intending to appear for the Entrance Test
and they must have secured at least 45% marks in the subject concerned (40% for
SC/ST).
20.
M.Sc. (Physics / Engineering Physics &Instrumentation)
Vectors: Grad, div and curl operations with examples - Strokes and Gauss theorems.
Mechanics: Motion of Variable mass systems - Centre of mass and related kinematics Collisions in one and two dimensions - Rutherford scattering - Work energy theorem.
Moment of Inertia: Inertia tensor, Euler's equations, symmetric top, Gyroscope.
Relativity: Michelson - Morley experiment - Lorentz transformations - Time dilation length contraction - Einstein's mass - energy relation.
Simple Harmonic motion: Characteristics of simple harmonic motion - Analysis of
complex vibrations - Damped and forced oscillations - Coupled oscillations - normal
modes.
Kinetic Theory and Thermodyna mics: Maxwell's Velocity distribution - Laws of
thermodynamics - Carnot's Engine - Entropy - Thermodynamic scale of temperature Thermodynamic potentials - Maxwell's equations - Specific heats - Claussius Clapeyron euation - Joule - Kelvin effect - Stefan Boltzmann's law - Thermoelectric
effect (seebeck, Thomson and Peltier effects) - Thermoelectric diagrams - Methods of
production of low temperatures - Adiabatic demagnetization - Black body radiation Rayleigh - Jean's Wien's and Planck's laws of radiation.
Interference: Coherence - Interference phenomenon - division of amplitude and wave
fronts - Young's experiment - Lloyd's mirror - Newton's rings - Thin films - Michelson
Interferometer - Fabry - Perot interferometer.
Diffraction: Fresnel and Fraunhoffer diffraction-Fresnel Kirchoff's integral theoremSingle and Double slits-Grating-Circular aperture-Half period zones-Diffraction at
straight edge -Cornu's spiral.
Polarization:
Double refraction - Nicol prism - quarter wave plate - Babinet's
compensator - Optical activity.
Electrostatics: Gauss law and its applications - Electric potential - Potential due to a
dipole - Spherical conductor and infinite line of charge - Dielectrics - Polarization Gauss's law for dielectrics - susceptibility and dielectric constant.

Capacitance: Concentric spheres, cylindrical and parallel plate condensers.
Magnetostatics: Magnetic shell - Magnetic induction and field - Hysteresis loop - Hall
effect - Cyclotron - principles of synchrocyclotron - Synchrotron - Force on current
carrying conductor - Torque on a current loop - Ampere's law - Biot - Savart's law.
Digital Principles: Binary arithmetic, logic gates, Half and full address - De-Morgan's
theorems.
A.C.Circuits:Electrical characteristics of LC, LR and LCR (series and parallel circuits)
power factor-QFactor.
Electro magnetic Induction: Faraday's laws - Lenz's law - Ballistic galvanometer damping correction - Self and mutual inductance - inductance of a solenoid and to roid
principles of transformers.
Electro magnetic waves: Maxwell's Equations - displacement current - transverse nature
of electromagnetic waves - Poynting's theorem.
Semiconductors: Continuity equation - junction diode - Zener diode. Transistor - CE,
CB and CC configurations, h-parameters, concept of feedback.
Spectroscopy and Quantum mechanics: Vector Atom Model - LS and jj coupling
schemes - spectra of alkali elements and alkaline earths, X-ray spectra, Rotational
spectra &Vibrational spectra of dielectric molecules, Raman Effect, deBroglic
hypothesis - Heisenberg's uncertainity Principle - Schrodinger wave equation - Solutions
for infinite square well, potential step and potential barrier.
Nuclear Physics: Mass defect, packing fraction and binding energy - Liquid drop model
- Semiempirical mass formula - Gammo w's theory of alpha-decay - Nuclear reaction Conservation laws - -values - elementary particles.
Solid State Physics: Crystal systems, Bravais lattices, Miller indices - Bragg's law NaCl, CsCl and diamond structures - Bonding in solids - Lattice energy of ionic crystals
- Madelung's constant - Magnetic materials - dia, para and ferro magnetic materials Langevin's theory of paramagnetism - Weiss model for ferromagenetism.
Superconductivity, Meissner Effect.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
Choose the correct answer.
1) The force (F) on a current carrying conductor of length (l), placed in a magnetic field
(B) is given by
a) F = il/B
b) F = ilB
c) F = iB/l
d) i/lB
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.Sc. (Physics / Engg. Physics &Instrumentation): Candidates must have passed B.Sc.
Degree Examination conducted by the Kakatiya University or an examination recognized
as equivalent by Kakatiya University with Physics subject and they must have secured at
least 45% marks in subject concerned (40% for SC/ST).
21.
M.Sc. (Mathematics / Statistics / Applied Mathematics)
MATRIX THEORY:
1. ELEMENTARY TRANSFORMATION : Reduction of matrix to the normal forms.
Rank of the matrix - Elementary Matrices - Computation of the inverse of matrix-system
of linear equations and consistency - characteristic equation - Cayley - Hamilton
theorem.
2. VECTOR CALCULUS: Vector differentiation - Differential operator - Gradient Divergence - Curl - Vector Integration - Theorems of Gauss, Green and Strokes and
problems related to them.
3. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS: Differential equations of First order and first degree Variable seperable. Homogeneous equations - Non-Homogeneous equations - Exact
equations - Linear equations of first order and higher degree equations - second order
equations with constant coefficient and variable co-efficient, change of independent
variable - variation of parameters - simultaneous differential quations.
4. GROUP THEORY:
Examples and elementary properties of groups-sub-groups Lagranges theorem - Normal sub-group, Homomorphism - Isomorphism - Automorphism
- Kernel of Homomorphism - Cyclic groups - Premutation groups.
5. RINGS AND FIELDS: Definition and Examples of rings and fields, Elementary
properties of rings - Integral domains - homomorphism - fundamental theorem of
homomorphism of rings - Ideals - Maximal ideals - Prime ideals - Principle ideals Definition and examples of Euclidean rings.

6. VECTOR SPACES: Vector spaces - Sub spaces - Linear spaces - Linear Independent.
Linear Dependent of Vectors - Linear Span - Basis - Dimension - Algebra of Linear
transformation - Rank - Nullity theorem.
7. INNER PRODUCT SPACES: Definition and examples of inner product spaces orthonormal set of vectors - scwartz inequality - Bessel's inequality - orthogonal
complements - The adjoining, normal, self adjoint, unitary and orthogonal operators.
8. REAL ANALYSIS: Sets of real numbers - Dedekind property - Bounded sets - Limit
point of a set, sequences - Convergence Divergence - Bounded and Monotonic, sequence
- Cauchy's sequence - Convergence of series - Comparison test, Ratio test - Absolute and
conditional convergence - Alternating series - Lelbnitz's Test.
9. LIMITS AND CONTINUITY: Limits of functions - Left hand limit - Right hand limit
and limit of a function - Theorems on limits - continuous and discontinuous functions removable continuity - properties of continuous functions on a closed interval [a, b].
10. DIFFERENTIATION: Differentiability of function - Rolles, Lagranges and Cauchy's
mean value theorems - Maclaurins expansion of functions.
11. INTEGRATION:Riemann integrability of function
- properties of integrable
functions - Primitive - Fundamental theorem of integral calculus.
12. SOLID GEOMETRY: The plane - equation of a plane, normal form, intercept form
and passing through three points - Length of the perpendicular from a given point to a
plane - Bisectors of angle between plane - The equation of line - shortest distance
between two straight lines - sphere - cone - cylinder.
13. MULTIPLE INTEGRALS: The concept of plane curve, Line integrals, The area of a
subset in a plane, Calculation of double integrals, Jordan curve, Area, Change of the
order of integration.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
i. Choose the correct answer.
1) If G = {1,2,3,4} is a group under multiplication then/ G/is
a) 2
b) 1
c) 3
d) 4
2) The number of generators for a cyclic group of order 8 are
a) 2
b) 3
c) 4
d) 6
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.Sc. (Mathematics/Statistics/Applied Mathematics): Candidates must have passed Degree
Examination conducted by Kakatiya University or an Examination recognized as
equivalent by Kakatiya University with the subject concerned to appear for the Entrance
Test. The candidates seeking admission into M. Sc. Mathematics must have at least 45%
marks (40% for Sc, ST) in the subject Mathematics. Those candidates seeking admission
into M. Sc. Statistics must have at least 45% marks (40% for SC, ST) in the subject
Mathematics or Statistics. Both these courses have Entrance Test in the subject
“Mathematics”.
22.
M.Sc. (Micro Biology)
PART-A Marks : 30
CHEMISTRY (Compulsory to all candidates) (30 Questions x 1 = 30 Marks)
1. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY: Coordination compounds, Organometallic compounds,
inorganic metals in biological systems:
2. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Structure of organic molecules, Reactivity of organic
molecules, Nomenclature of organic compounds, effect of structure on physical
properties, Alkanes, Cycloalkanes, Alkenes, Arenes, Halogen compounds, Hydroxy
compounds, Esters, Carbony compounds (Aldehyde and ketones); Monocarboxylic acid
and their derivatives, Organic synthesis based on carbanions, Nitrogen compounds)
Opticalisomerism, Amino acids, Carbohydrates, Heterocylic compounds, structural
elucidation of organic compounds.
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY:
1. Thermodynamics; 2. Electro Chemistry; 3. Chemical Kinetics; 4. Macromolecules; 5.
Molecular Spectra.
PART-B Marks : 70.
Candidate has to choose any TWO among the following five subjects under Part B:
(Botany, Zoology, Bio-Chemistry, Microbiology, Biotechnology)
1. BOTANY
(35 Questions x 1 = 35 Marks)
ALGAE: Structure, Reproduction, life-History and systematic position with particular
reference to the following types; a) Chlorophyceae; Volvox, Oedogonium, Cladophora
and Chara;

b) Phaeophyceae; Ectocarpus; c) Rhodophyceas; Polysiphonia; d) Cyanophyceae; Nostoc;
Evolutionary trends in vegetative and reproductive structures and economic importance
of Algae. FUNGI: Structure, reproduction, Life-History, systematic position with
reference to the following types a) Mastigo mycotina, albugo; b) Zygo mycotina; Mucor;
c) Ascomycotina; Peziza, d) Basidiomycotina; Puccinia; e) Deuteromycotina;
Helminthosporum; f) General account of plant diseases and their control ; g) Lichens;
Structure, Biology and Economic importance; h) Microbiology; General account
properties and transmission of the plant viruses and symptoms produced by them; 1)
General account of structure, reproduction, nutrition, physiology and ecology of the
Bacteria; j) Economic importance and diseases caused by bacteria and fungi; k) General
account of Myxomycotina.
PLANT ECOLOGY: Concept of biosphere and Ecosystem; Role of soil, water, light,
Temperature and Biotic factors on structure of plant Communities, Causes and Process
in plant succession, Hydrosere and Xerosere; Energy flo w through Ecosystem and
Ecological pyramids; Basic knowledge of Air and Water pollution.
PHYSIOLOGY: Chemical Constituents of plant cell:
Carbohydrates, Proteins,
Enzymes; Pigments and Nucleic Acids, Celluar organelies and their metabolic activities;
Mitochondria, Peroxisomes, Ribosomes, Nuclear, membrane systems, general structure
of biological membrane, photosynthesis, mechanism, photosynthetic electron transport,
Photosphosporylation, Diversity in Carbon fixation pathways, C3,C 4 and CAM
pathways; factors affecting photosynthesis, Ultra structure of Thylakoid membrane in
relation to function; Elementary account bioenergetics; ATP, pathway of Glycolysis,
Kreb’s Cycle, Electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation; Respiratory ratio;
Anaerobic respiration and Fermentation; Nitrogen metabolism outlines of protein
syntehsis, nitrogen fixation and Nitrogen cycle; plant water relationships, Diffusion,
Osmosis and Imbition,; Transport of water, Ascent of sap; Lose of water; Stomatal
control and environmental factors, Essentiality, their role in plant nutrition and
symptoms of their deficiency; plant gro wth hormones; Auxins, Gibberellins, Cytokinins
and Abscissic acid, Photopertiodism, general account on seed germination and
dormancy.
GENETICS: Principles of seggregation and independent assortment; Linkage and
crossing over with reference to two point, three point test cross; General account of
mutation and their significance; General account of polyploidy; Gene concept and
genetic code.
2. ZOOLOGY
(35 Questions x 1 = 35 Marks)
BIOLOGY OF INVERTEBRATE & CELL BIOLOGY:
1. General characters and outline classification on major invertebrate phyla with
examples up to classes. 2.
A detailed study of structure, life history, functions,
diversity and adaptating of the animals with reference to the follo wing types of different
phyla. 3. PROTOZOA; type study; Polysto mella ii) Porfiera; type study; sycon, iii)
Coelenterata; type study Aurella iv) Helminthes; type study; Fasciola, 2. Development o f
planocera v) Parasite adaption in Helminthes vi) Annelida; type study: Leech, structure
of Trocophone larva, segmentation, coelome and coelomoducts formation and
signficance vii) Arthropoda; type study; Palaemon peripatus (Characters and affinities
only) vii) Mollusca; type study: Pila pearl formation in mollusca ix) Echinodermata;
type study; Asterias, larvae, in echinoder mata water vascular system x) type study;
Balanoglassus, Tornaria Cell Biology; 1. Elementary idea of prokaryotic and Eukaryotic
cell, 2. Ultra str of animal cell: 3. Structure and functions of the following cell
organellus. i) Plasma membrance ii) endoplasmic reticulm iii) Golgi Complex iv)
Lysozomes v) Mitochondria vi) Nucleus and its compounds vii) Ribosomes Mitosis and
melosis, Biology of chordates: i. General Characters and outline classification up to
order level, i) Protochordata: a) Structure, development and affinities of amphioxus b)
Structure and life history of an ascidian ii) Comparative study of the following systems
with reference to Scoliodon (pisces), Rana (Amphibia) Calotes (Reptilia) Columba
(Aves) and Lagomorpha (Mammalia) a) Integument and its derivatives b) Digestive
system c) Skeletal system d) Respiratory system e) Circulatory system f) Execretory
system g) Urino genital system h) Nervous sytem i) Foetal membrances and development
of chick up to 48 hours j) Placenta in mammals k) Structure and function of mammalian
Ear & Eye.
GENETICS: 1. Non-Mendalian Inheritance, gene interactions, 2. Sex determination, 3.
Sex linked inheritance, 4. Blood groups, 5. Modern concepts of Genes, Definition, fine
structure of gene, functions operon concepts, Polypeptide concept, muton recon and
cistron.

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY:
Animal physiology pertaining to i) Nutrition: T ypes of nutrition in animals, autotrophic,
Heterotrophic, Vitamins and minerals, ii) Digestion in mammals, iii) Respiration: Brief
accounts of types of respiratory Vitamins and minerals, ii) Digestion in mammals, iii)
Respiration: Brief acounts of types of respiratory mechanism, respiratory pigments, gas
transport with reference to mammals iv) Circulation: Composition and functions of
blood, coagulation of blood: Myogenic and Neurogenic hearts, mammalian heart
structure and function, blood pressure and its role and exchange of materials in
capillaries v) Osmoregulation: in acuatic animals vi) Excretion: 1) Clarification of
animals basis on exretary and productions 2) Formation of nitrogen wastes, 3) Kidney
structure and function, vii) Nervous Transmission structure of neuron, action potential,
production and propagation of nerve impluse and synaptic transmission viii) Endocrine
Glands of Mammals: Pineal body, Hypophysis, Hypothalamus, T hyroid, Parathyroid,
thymus, Adrenal, Pancreas, Testis and overy ix) Hormonal control of reproduction in
animal x) Concept Homeostasis.
3. BIOCHEMISTRY
(35 Questions x 1 = 35 Marks)
Classification, Structure and properties of carbohydrates, lipids aminoacids and proteins,
structure and function of nuclicacids, porpryrins and vitamins, Enzymes, coenzymes,
inhibitors, Allosteric enzymes metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nuclic
acids, metabolism of amino acids. Hence metabolism, Hormones and their functions,
Water and mineral metabolism, acid base regulation. Blood and CSF Detoxification.
(The Syllabus prescribed by KU for B.Sc., Bio I, II & III).
4. MICROBIOLOGY
(35 Questions x 1 = 35 Marks)
Genreral characters and reproduction of micro-organisms (Viruses, Bacteria, Alga,
Fungi, Protozoa, Heliminths); Structure of viruses and mycoplasma; General
microbiological media and laboratory techniques Gro wth conditions of bacteria and
Fungi; Elementary compositioin and nutrition (autotrophy and heterotrophy). Types of
hypersensitivity; DNA structure, gene and gene function, mutations drug sensitivity and
resistance; Recombination mechanisms (Transformation, transduction and conjugation)
Lysogeny; Distribution of microorganisms and nutrient recycling; Micro organisms and
plants gro wth (rhizosphere, phyllosphere, mycorrhizae, biological nitrogen fixation);
Recombinant DNA, plasmids and their role in strain improvement and genetic
engineering, Food contamination, spoilage, microbial toxins and aflatoxins, General
methods of food preservation, Microbial Flora of
human body, principles of
epidemiology human diseases, myco candidiasis superficial mycotic and protozoa; plant
diseases (mosaic, yellow, canker, wilts, littleleaf, smuts, rutsts and powdery mildews)
Microbial purification of waste water; General account of aerobiology with special
reference to plant and animal diseases, Elements of clinical Microbiology.
5. BIOTECHNOLOGY
(35 Questions x 1 = 35 Marks)
Cell Biology: Cell division, cell cycle and its regulation. Biophysics: Hydrodynamics
of biological molecules-Viscosity Diffusion. Osmosis: Biochemistry: Kinetics of
enzyme catalysed reactioins. Enzymes, Enzymes in food processing medicine and
diagnostics. Genetics: Mutations; Spontaneous and induced mutations, molecular basis
of mutations and their applicatioins.
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY: Replication of DNA and RNA Gene concept: Classical and
Modern concept of gene. Molecular organisation of prokaryotic and Eukaryotic gene.
Gene Expression:
Transcription, RNA Processing.
Translation and reverse
transcription.
RECOMBINANT DNA TECHNOLOGY: A General account on Genetic Engineering
(R-DNA Technology), PCR technique and its applications, Gene transfer method; a)
Direct gene transfer microprojectile gun, Miroinjection, Electroporation, Lipofection, b)
indirect gene transfer-Agrobacterium mediated gene transfer, Applications of R-DNA
Technology in Agricutlture and Medicine.
PLANT TISSUE AND ANIMAL CELL CULTURE:
Protoplast isolation, fusion
somatic hybrids and cybrids. Aplications of plant tissue culture, Applications of animal
cell culture.
IMMUNOLOGY: Cells of immune System and their function. Antigen-Antibody
structure and interaction, Naturla and genetically engineered vaccines.
AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY:
Biofertilizers: Blue-green algae, Azolla, Azatobacter, Rhizobium, Nitrogen fixing
microorganisms and VAM fungi in Agriculture, Pollution control: Treatment of sewage
waer and industrial effluecents. Biodegration of pesticides, hydrocarbons, metals coal
(Xenobiotics), utilisation of sewage and Agro waste.

MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
NOTE: There are two parts. Part-A is compulsory to all candidates.
There are five subjects in Part-B and candidate has to attempt any TWO.
PART-A (Chemistry Compulsory) (30 x 1 = 30 Marks)
.Q. The degree of ionization an electron does not depend on
a) Electron
b) Protons
c) Nucleus
d) Neutron
PART-B
(the candidates has to choose and attempt any T wo of the follo wing five subjects)
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
1. BOTANY
(35 x 1 = 35 Marks)
Q. Pollution indicators are
a) Lichens
b) Bacteria
c) Anglosperms
d) Algae
2. ZOOLOGY
(35 x 1 = 35 Marks)
Q. Retrogressive metamorphosis is present in
a) Pila
b) Asteria
c) Herdmania
d) Balanoglassus
3. BIOCHEMISTRY
(35 x 1 = 35 Marks)
Q. One complete krebs cycle starting from axaloacetate produces ho w many moles of ATP?
a) 3
b) 6
c) 12
d) 24
4. MICROBIOLOGY
(35 x 1 = 35 Marks)
Q. Growth of one group of organisms favourable for the gro wth of other organisms is called
a) Symblosis
b) Metabolism c) Mutualism
d) Parasitism
5. BIOTECHNOLOGY
(35 x 1 = 35 Marks)
Q. Enzyme used in PCR amplification
a) T4 DNA ligase
b) Exonuclease
c) Taz polymerace
d) RNA
polymeraese
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M. Sc. Microbiology : Science Graduates (Candidates must have passed Degree Examination
conducted by Kakatiya University or an examination recognized as equivalent by
Kaktiya University) with 45% in part II are eligible seeking admission into M. Sc.
Micro-Biology (40% for SC/ST). They have to appear for Entrance Test consisting of
two parts. Part-A consists of Chemistry for 30 marks which is compulsory. Part-B
consists of five subjects viz., Botany, Zoology, Micro-Biology, Bio-Chemistry and BioTechnology for 35 marks each. Candidates have to attempt and get qualified in any two
of these five subjects. Admission will be considered on the basis of marks secured by
the candidate in Part-A and Part-B put together.
23.
M.Sc. (Bio-Chemistry)
(The candidates must secure a minimum of 15 marks in each section to qualify for the
examination)
PART-A
CHEMISTRY (Compulsory) to all candidate
(50
Questions x 1 Marks : 50)
1. Inorganic Chemistry
Coordination compounds, Organometallic compounds, Inorganic metals in biological
systems, Nuclear Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry.
2. Organic Chemistry
Structure of organic molecules, Reactivity of organic molecules, Nomenclature of
organic compounds effect of structure on physical properties Alkanes, Cycloalkanes,
Alkenes, Arenes, halogen compounds, Hydroxy compounds, Ethers, Carbonyl
compounds, Monocarboxyllc acids and their derivatives, organic synthesis based on
carban ions, Nitrogen compounds, Optical isomerism, Amino acids, Carbohydrates,
Heterocyclic compounds, Structural elucidation of organic compounds.
3. Physical Chemistry:
Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics, Macro molecules, Molecular Spectra, Electro
Chemistry, Colligative Properties, Solutions, Colloirs.
PART-B
Candidates has to choose ONE among the following four subjects under part B: Marks : 50
(Botany or Zoology or Bio-Chemistry or Microbiology)
1. BOTANY
(50 Questions x 1 = 50 Marks)
ALGAE :
Structure,Reproduction, life-History and systematic position with particular
reference to the follo wing types: a) Chlorophyceae; Vilvox, Oedogonium, Cladophora
and Chara; c) Phaephyceae; Ectocarpus; d) Rhodophyceae; Polysiphonia; e)

Cyanophyceae; Nostoc; Evolutionary trends in vegetative and reproductive structures
and economic importance in algae FUNGI; structure, reproduction, Life-History,
systematic position with reference to the follo wing types. A) Mastigomycotina; Albugo;
B) zygomycotima; Mucor: C) Ascomycotina: Peziza: d) Basidiomycotina; Puccinia; e)
Deuteromycotina; Helminthosporium; f) General account of plant diseases and their
control; g) Linchens; Structure, Biology and Economic importance; h) Microbiology
General account, properties and transmission of the plant viruses and symptoms
produced by them; i) general account of structure, reproduction, nutrition, physiology
and econology of the Bacteria; j) Economic Importance and diseases caused by bacteria
and fungi; k) General account of Myxomycotina. BRYOPHYT A; a. Evolution of the
gametophyte, b) Evolution of the sporophyte; PTERIDOPHYTES; Structure,
reproduction, Life - History andSystematic position of the follo wing Licopodium,
Euisetum and Marsilea; b. Stelar evolution in pteridophytes and general account of
Heterospory and seed habit; GYNOSPERIMS; Gnetum; PLANT ANATOMY
cell
division, the process and significance of Mitosis, Melosis; b. Internal Organisation.
Tissue and Tissue system: c. Norma secondary growth of stem and root; d. Aamaldus
secondary growth in dracaena, Amarnathus. Angiosperm Taxonomy; A) A brief account
of Artificial, Natural and phylogenetic classification of Angiosperms B) Bentham and
Hooker classification comparing with Engler & Prantle systems; C. Basic rules of
nomenclature and international code of Botanical nomenclature; d. Taxonomy and
Economic importance of the following families, 1. Annonaceae, 2. Rutaceae, 3.
Meliaceae, 4. Anacardiaceae, 5. Leguminace, 6. Umbelliferae, 7. Cucurbitaceae, 8.
Compositae, 9. Asclepiadaceae, 10. Convolvulaceae, 11. Acathaceae, 12. Labiaceae, 13.
Euphorblaceae, 14. Orchidaeae, 15. Palmae and 16. Graminae; 3. Pollinatio n
mechanisms of Labitae. Asclepladaceae, Orchidceae, f. Modern trends in Taxnomy;
EMBRYOLOGY a. Mono sporic Bisporic, tetrasporic types of female Gametophyle
development monocot . Dicot embryo development.
PLANT ECOLOGY: Concept of biosphere and Ecosystem; Role of Soil, Water, Light,
Temperature and Biotic factors on structure of Plant Communities, Cause and Process in
Plant succession, Hydrosere and Xerosere; Energy flo w through Ecological pyramids
Basic kno wledge of Air and Water Pollution.
PHYSIOLOGY: Ehcmical Constituents of plant cell; Carbohydrates, Proteins, enzymes;
Pigments and Nucleic Acids; Cellular organelles and their metabolic activities;
Mitochondria, Peroxisomes, Ribosomes, Nucle, membrane systems, general structure of
biological membrance, photosynthesis, mechanism photosynthetic electron transport,
photophosphorylation, Diversity in Carbon fixation pathways, C3, C4 and CAM
pathways; factors affecting photosynthesis. Ultra structure of Thylakoid membrance in
relation to function; Elementary account of bioenergetics; ATP, pathway of Glycolysis,
Kreb's Cycle, Electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation; Respiratory ratio;
Anaerobic respiration and Fermentation; Nitrogen metabolism outlines of protein
synthesis, Nitrogen fixation and Nitrogen cycle; plant water relationships; Diffusion,
Osmosis and imbibitions; Transport of water, ascent of sap; Loss of water; Stomatal
control and environmental factors, Essential elements, Criteria of their essentiality, their
role in plant nutrition and symptoms of their deficiency; Plant growth hormones; Auxins,
Gibberellins, Crytokinins and Abscissic acid, photoperiodism, general account, on seed
germination and dormancy.
GENETICS: Principles of segregation and independent assortment; Linkage and
crossing over with reference to two point, three point test cross; General account of
mutation and their significance; General account polyploidy; Gene concept and genetic
code.
2. ZOOLOGY
(50 Questions x 1 = 50 Marks)
BIOLOGY OF INVERTEBRATE & CELL BIOLOGY:
1. General characters and outline classification of major invertebrate phyla with examples
upto class. 2. A detailed study of structure, life history, functions, diversity and
adaptating of the animals with reference to the following types of different phyla. 3.
PROTOZOA; type study; Polystomella II) porifera; type study; sycon iii) Coelentera;
type study - Aurella iv) Helminthes; type study; Faxciola, 2. Development of planocera,
v) parasite adaption in Helminthes vi) Annellda: type of study; Leech Structure of
Trocophone larva, segmentation, coclome and colemoducts formation and significance
vii) Arthropoda; Type study; palaemon peripatus (Characters and affinities only) vii)
Mollusca: T ype study: Pila-Pearl formation in mollusca ix) Echinodermata type study:
Asterias, larvae in echinodermata, water vascular system x) Hemichordata: type study:
Balanogiassus, Tornaria larvae cell Biology: 1. Elementary idea of prokaryotic and

Eukaryotic cell, 2. Ultra structures of animal cell. 3. Structure and functions of the
following cell organelles i) plasma membrance, ii) endoplasmic reticulum, iii) Golgi
complex, iv) Lysozones, v) Mitochondria, vi) Nucleus and its compounds, vii)
Ribosomes, Mitosis and Melosis, Biology of Chordates: 1. General Characters and
outline classification upto ordrr level, l) Protochordata: a) Structure, development and
affinities of amphioxus b) structure and life history of an ascodian, ii) Comparative
study of the following systems with reference to scollodon (pisces), Rana (Amphibia)
calotes (Reptillla) Columba (Aves) and Lagomorpha (Mammalia) c) Integument and its
derivatives, b) Digestive system, c) Skeletal system, d) Respiratory system, e)
Circulatory system, f) Execretory system, g) Urino genital system, h) Nervous system, i)
Foctal membrances and development of chick up to 48 hours, j) placenta in mammals, k)
Structure and function of mammalian Ear & Eye.
GENETICS: 1. Non-Mendalian Inheritance gene Interactions 2. Sex dermination 3. Sex linked
inheritance, 4. Blood group, 5. Modern concepts of Genes, Definition, fine structure of
gene, functions operon conceipts 1. Cistron, 1. Polypeptide concept, muton recon and
cistron, 6. General concepts of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology contributions of
genetic Engineering, 7. Chromosomes and human diseases.
EVOLUTION AND ZOOGEOGRAPHY : 1. Modern Synthetic theory of evolution; mutations
genetic basis of evolution, genetic dritic (Hardy Weingerg's Law) Isolation and
specification, 2. Basis patterns of evolution, 3. Characteristic of Zoogeographic regions
and their fauna.
ZOOLOGY: Animal physiology pertaining to i) Nutrition: T ypes of nutrition in animals,
autotrophic, Heterotrophic, Vitamins and minerals, ii) Digestion in Mammals, iii)
Respiration: Brief accounts of types of respiratory mechanism, respiratory pigments,
gas transport with reference to mammals, iv) Circulation: Composition and functions o f
food coagulation of blood; Myogenic and Neurogenic hearts, mammalian heart structure
and function, blood, pressure and its role and exchange of materials in capillaries v)
Osmoregulation: in aquatic animals, vi) Excretion: 1) CClassification of animals basis
on excretory and products 2) Formation wastes, 3) Kidney structure and function, vii)
Nervous transmission Structure of neuron, action potential, production and propagation
of nerve impulse and synaptic transmission, viii) Endocrine Glands of Mammals: Pineal
body Hypophysis, Hypothalamus, Thyroid, parathyroid, thymus, Adrenal, Pancreas,
Testis and Ovary ix) Hormonal; control of reproduction in animal, x) Concept
Homeostasis, animal Behaviour:
taxis reflexes, instinctive behaviour, motivate
behaviour, learning imprinting 'A' biological rhythms, circadian, lunar and circannual
rhythms, Annual Ecology: 1. Physico-Chemical and biological factors of the animal
Environment, Temperature, light, pressure and water, atmospheric gases i.e., Oxygen
and Carbon dioxide inorganic salts, bio-geochemical cycles; nitrogen, carbon and
phosphorous cycles, 2. Animal Community and animal Population:
ecosystems
(Ecological Succession, Ecological pyramids energy flow in an ecosystem) Animal
association (Parasitism Commensalism, symbiosis, Environments and adaptive feature of
animals inhabiting pelagic, deep sea, cave, cursorial, fossorial, aroborial and volant life,
3. Environmental pollution, 4. Wild life, Wild life sanctuaries national parks of India.
3. BIOCHEMISTRY
(50 Questions x 1 = 50 Marks)
Classification, Structure and properties of carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids and
proteins. Structure and function of nuclic acids, porpyrins and vitamins, Enzymes,
coenzymes, coenzymes, Inhibitors, Alosteric enzymes Metabolism of carbohydrates,
lipids, proteins and nuclic acids, Metabolism of amino acids, Hence Metabolis,
Hormones and their functions. Water and mineral metabolism acid-base regulation,
Blood and CSF Detrxification, (The Syllabus Prescribed by KU for B.Sc., Bio I, II &
III).
4. MICROBIOLOGY
(50 Questions x 1 = 50 Marks)
General characters; classification and reproduction of micro-organisms (Viruses,
Bacteria, Algae, Fungi, Protozoa Helminthis); Structure of Viruses and mvcoplasma;
General microbiological media and laboratory techniques Gro wth conditions of Bacteria
and Fungi; DNA Structure, gene and gene function, mutations drug sensitivity and
resistance; Recombination mechanisms (Transofmration, transduction and conjugation)
Lysogeny; Distribution of microorganisms in nature, microorganisms and nutrient
recycling; Microorganisms and plant gro wth (rhizosphere, Phyllosphere, mycorrhizae
biological nitrogen fixation), Recombinant DNA, plasmids and their role in strain
improvement and genetic, engineering, food contamination, spoilage, microbial toxins
and afiatoxins. General methods of food preservation, Microbial Flora of human body
principles of epidemiology human diseases mycob cardidiazi, supertical mycotic and

protozoa; plant diseases (mosaic, yellows, canker, wilts, little leaf, smuts, rusts and
power mildews; Microbial purification of waste water; General account of aerobiology
with special reference to plant and animal diseases, Elements of clinical Microbiology.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
PART-A (Chemistry Compulsory)
I. Choose the correct answer from the following:
Marks: 50
1)
The degree of Ionization of an electron does not depend on
a)
Electron
b) Protons
c) Nucleus
d) Neutron
PART-B
(Candidate has to choose any one among the following four subjects)
1. BOTANY
II. Choose the correct answer:
Marks: 50
1) Pollution indicators are
a) Lichens
b) Bacteria
c) Angiosperms
d) Algae
2. ZOOLOGY
II. Choose the correct answer:
Marks: 50
1) Retrograssive metamorphosis present in
a) Pila
b) Asterias
c) Herdmania
d)
Balanogiassus
3. BIO CHEMISTRY
II. Choose the correct answer:
Marks: 50
1) One complete krebs cycle starting from oxaloacetate produces no w many moles of
ATP?
a) 3
b) 6
c) 12
d) 24
4. MICROBIOLOGY
II. Choose the correct answer:
Marks: 50
1) Growth of one group of organisms favourable for the gro wth of other organism is
called
a) Symbiosis
b) Metabollosis
c) Metualism
d) Parasiter
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M. Sc. Bio-Chemistry : Science Graduates (Candidates must have passed Degree
Examination conducted by Kakatiya University or an examination recognized as
equivalent by Kakatiya University) with 45% are eligible for seeking admission into M .
Sc. (Bio-Chemistry) (40% for SC/ST). They have to appear for Entrance Test consisting
of two parts. Part-I consists of Chemistry for 50 marks which is compulsory. Part-II
consists of four subjects vz., Botany, Zoology, Micro-Biology and Bio-Chemistry for 50
marks each. The candidate has to attempt and get qualified in any one of these four
subjects. Admission will be considered on the basis of marks of these two parts put
together.
24.
M.Sc. (BIO-TECHNOLOGY)
PHYSIOLOGY:
a) Plant Physiology: Photo synthesis: Ultra structure of chloroplast, electron transport,
photophosphorylation, calvin cycle, diversity in photosynthetic pathways (C3, c4, CAM)
and photorespiration.
Respiration: Ultra structure of mitochondria, respiratory pathways: glycolysis, Kreb's
cycle, electron transport, pentose phosphate pathway and fermentation.
Nitogen metabolism: Biologial nitrogen fixation, nitrate reduction, amino acids and
proteins synthesis.
Phytohormones: Auxins, cyclokinins and gibberellins
b) Animal Physiology: Types of nutrition in animals, vitamins, minerals, composition and
functions of blood, antigen, antibody reactions, kidney structure and function, structure
of neuron and endocrine glands of mammals.
CELL BIOLOGY: Cell Theory, broad classification of cell types, PPLOs, bacteria,
eukaryotic microbes, plant and animal cells, ultra structure of cell organelles, cell
division and cell cycle.
ECOLOGY: Basic concepts of ecology: Biosphere, Ecosystem, Ecotone, Ecotype,
Biome, Biomass, Energy flo w through ecosystem and ecological pyramids, process of
plant succession, hydrosere and xerosere, renewable and non-renewable resources and
basic kno wledge of air, water and soil pollution.
GENETICS: Mendelism: Principles of segregation and independent assortment, nonmendelian inheritance, Chromosomes strcture and chemical compositioin, eukaryotic and

special types of chromosomes and their organization, sex determination, sex linked
inheritance. Linkage and crossing over: 2 point & 3 point test cross, interference,
coincidence. Mutations:
Spontaneous and induced and their applications. Basic
microbial genetics: Transformation, transduction, conjugation, isolation of auxotrophs.
Nature of genetic material: RNA, DNA. Extra chromosomal inheritance: Mitochondrial
and chloroplast genetic systems, Gene concepts, gene expression in pro and eukaryotes
and genetic code.
Problems on Mendelian principles of Monohybrid, dihybrid and test crosses.
BIOTECHNOLOGY: Recombinant DNA technology: Gene cloning, cloning vehicles,
plasmids, bacteriophages, viral vectors Genomic libraries, C-DNA libraries, Restrictio n
endo nucleases and ligases, gene transfer methods. Plant tissue culture: Totipotency,
micropropagation, somatic embryogenesis, androgenic haploids, protoplast isolation
fusion, somatic hybrids and cybrids, applications of plant tissue culture.
MICROBIOLOGY:
Classification, characteristics and ultrastructure of microbes:
bacteria, algae, fungi, actinomycetes, mycoplasma and viruses, biofertilizers and single
cell proteins.
BIOCHEMISTRY:
i) Carbohydrates: Classification, chemical reaction and properties of ribose, glucose,
fructose, sucrose, structure and properties of starch.
ii) Lipids: Classification, structure, physical and chemical properties of triglycerides, fatty
acids, phospholipids.
iii) Amino acids: Classification, properties and chemical reactions, proteins: structure,
classification, isolation and purification.
iv) Enzymes: Classification, factors affecting enzyme action, temperature, activators and
inhibitors, co-enzymes, enzyme inhibition, specificity and mechanism of enzyme
actions.
v) Nucleic acids: Structure, properties of purine and pyrimidine bases, nucleosides and
nucleotides, structure and properties of RNA and DNA.
vi) Statistics: Mean, mode, median, range, variance, standard deviation and standard error.
Problems related to above topics.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
The question paper consists of 100 questions in multiple choice covering the entire syllabus.
1. Flavr Savr technology was successfully completed in
a) Brinjal
b) Rice
c) Sorghum
d) Tamoto
2. Mendelian principles were published in the year
a) 1967
b) 1908
c) 1867
d) 1900
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.Sc. (BIO-TECHNOLOGY): Graduates (Candidates must have passed Degree Examination
conducted by Kakatiya University or an examination recognized as equivalent by
Kakatiya University) with Botany/Zoology/Micro-Biology/Bio-Technology/ BioChemistry/Genetics/B. Pharmacy with 45% aggregate in part-II (for SC/ST 40%) are
eligible to appear for the Entrance Test.
25.
M.Sc. (COMPUTER SCIENCE)
SECTION – A (MATHEMATICS) (40 Questions x 1 = 40 Marks)
i) REAL NUMBERS, SEQUENCES AND SERIES : Real Numbers, SequencesMonotonic Sequences, Limit of Sequence, Convergence of Sequence , infinite series,
Tests of onvergence, Absolute and Conditional convergence.
ii) GROUP THEORY: Groups, Semi-Groups, Coset, Index of a Sub-Group, cyclic Group,
Quotient group Homomorphism, Auto-morphisms, Permutation Group, Symmetric
Group, Alternate Groups.
iii) RINGS AND FIELDS: T ypes of Rings, Integral domain, Skew field, field, ideals,
Maximal ideal, Prime ideal, Quotient rings, Euclidean rings.
iv) LINEAR ALGEBRA: Vector space, sub-space, Quotient spaces, Linear dependence and
independence, Algebra of linear transformations, Matrix of a linear transformation,
Eigen values, Eigen Vectors, Rank, Inner product spaces, normal of vector space,
Orthonormal vectors.
v) THREE-DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY: Directon cosines, Direction ratios, Projections,
Plane, Pair of planes, Line and Plane, Skew-lines, Transformation of Co-ordinates,
Spheres, Plane section of sphere, Tangent planes, Polar line, Conjugate planes,
Orthogonal spheres, Power of a point, Radical planes, Co-axial system of spheres.
SECTION –B (COMPUTER SCIENCE) (60 Questions x 1 = 60 Marks)

i) FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS: T ypes of Computer –Logical Organization of a
Computer Memory: Main Memory, RAM, ROM and Cache, T ypes of Secondary Memory,
Input devices, Output devices
ii) Operating Systems: Functions of an operating system, T ypes of Operating systems,
batch processing, Multi Programming, multitasking, time sharing, real time operating
systems, T ypes of Networks, Internet, WWW
iii) PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS: Programming Concepts, Variables, Constants,
Expressions, Control Structures, Arrays and functions, Files, Structures and Unions,
Pointers.
iv) DATA STRUCTURES: Linear Data Structures-Ordered Lists, Queues, Stacks, NonLinear Data Structures-Tress, Sorting and Searching.
v) DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: Relations, Relational Algebra, Relational
Calculus, ER Model, Normalization, Integrity Constraints, Transaction Management and
Concurrency Control.
vi) OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING: Object oriented features of Java, Classes and
Objects, Constructors, Inheritance, Interfaces, Polymorphism, Exception Handling,
Multithreading.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time: 90 Minutes
Max. Marks: 100
SECTION-A: MATHEMATICS (40 QUESTIONS)
Marks:
40
(Each question is of multiple choice type with four options)
SECTION-B: COMPUTER SCIENCE (60 QUESTIONS)
Marks:
60
(Each question is of multiple choice type with four options)
Sample Questions:
SECTION-A: MATHEMATICS (40 QUESTIONS)
1) Which of the following is a subset of {b, c, d}?
A.{}
B.{1, 2, 3}
C.{a}
D.{a, b, c}
2) In coordinate geometry, the equation of the x-axis is
A.y=x
B.x = 0 C. y = 0
D. y = 1
SECTION-B: COMPUTER SCIENCE (60 QUESTIONS)
1) The statement that transfers control to the beginning of the loop is called
A. Break statement
B. Exit statement
C. Continue statement
D.
Go to statement
2) Each attribute of an entity has a defined set of values. This set of values is called
A.Range
B. Domain
C. Entity Set
D.
Mapping
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.Sc. (Computer Science): Candidates must have passed 3 year Degree programme of the
Kakatiya University with Mathematics as one of the course of study and Computer
Science or Computer Applications or PGDCA from a University as another course of
study in the group or an examination recognized by the Kakatiya University as
equivalent thereto/BCA from Recognized University.
26.
M.Sc.(Geology):
Physical Geology-Branches of Geology.
Earth as a Planet- Its shape, size, and density. Origin and age of Earth. Geological
processes – exogenetic and endogenetic,– T ypes of weathering of rocks – physical and
chemical- Erosion and agents of erosion.
Rivers- (fluvial) cycle, land forms by river erosion and deposition. V-shaped valley,
meander, ox-bow lake.
Glaciers- T ypes of glaciers, typical land forms by glacial erosion and deposition –
cirque, U-shaped valley,
monadnocks, moraines, eskers.
Groundwater –porosity, permeability aquifer, water table, zone of saturation, artesian
well, spring, geysers
karst topography, sinkhole, cavern, stalactities and stalagmites.
Seas: Offshore profile – land forms of sea – lacustrine deposits,
Wind: Characteristic features by wind erosion and deposition – pedestal rock, epi
orogenic and orogenic
movements – mountains, geosyncline.
Earthquakes : Causes, kinds of earthquake waves, Ritchers scale – seismograph and
scismogram, Interior

of the earth.
Volcanoes : Origin, products of Volcanoes.
Crystallography: Morphology of crystals.
Forms : Simple, combination, closed, and open forms.
Symmetry : Plane, axis, centre, crystallographic axis, crystallographic notation –
parameter system of Weiss, index system of Miller.Classification of crystals into seven
systems.Morphological study of the normal class of seven crystal systems.
Mineralogy Physical properties of minerals. isomorphism, solid solution,
polymorphism, pseudomorphism, silicate structures. Study of physical properties,
chemical properties and mode of occurrence of the following mineral
groups.nesosilicates-Olivine, Garnet, aluminum silicates,
sorosilicates- Epidote,
cyclosilicates-Beryl, inosilicates-Pyroxene; Amphibole, phyllosilicates -Mica, Hydrous
magnesium silicate-tektosilicates - Feldspars, Feldspathoids and quartz.
Miscellaneous minerals - Calcite, Corundum, Apatite, talc.
Optical Mineralogy- Petrological microscope, mechanical and optical parts. Isotropic
and anisotropic minerals, crossed nicols – extinction, pleochroism, optical properties of
important minerals, Garnet, Quartz, Plagioclase, Olivine, Hornblende, Biotite.
Igneous Rocks- Intrusive and extrusive forms, structures and textures of Igneous rocks,
plutonic, hypabyssal and volcanic rocks, sills, laccolith, bysmalith, lopolith, dykes,
phacoliths and batholiths. uni-component magma, binary system, Bowen’s reaction
principle. CIPW classification of Igneous rocks. Descriptive study of following rock
types - Granite, Gabbro, Peridodite, Dunite, Dolerite, Rhyolite, Trachyte, and Basalt.
Sedimentary Rocks - Sedimentary structures. Classification of Sedimentary Rocks clastic, non-clastic rocks, Conglomerate, Breccia, Sandstone, Shale, Limestone.
Metamorphic Rocks - Agents of metamorphism, types of metamorphism, textures and
structures of metamorphic rocks. classification of metamorphic rocks, metasomatism,
Gneiss, Schist, Slate, Quartzite, Marble, Charanockite and Khondalite.
Structural Geology - Primary and secondary structures; strike, dip and apparent dip,
clinometer. Folds, nomenclature of folds.–Classification of Joints and Faults.
Unconformities – types of Unconformities, cleavage, schistosity, foliation and lineation.
Palaeontology -Modes of preservation and uses of fossils. Morphology of phylum
Brachiopod, Mollusca and Arthropoda – study of Turritella, Pecten, Graphyea, Nautilus,
Ammonoids, Bellemnites. Plant fossils - Glossopteris, Gangamopteris.
Indian Geology-Standard geological time scale. Physiographic divisions of India.
Systems Archaen, Cuddapah, Vindhyan, and Gondwana and Deccan Traps.
Economic Geology-Ore minerals, gangue, tenor, syngenetic deposits, epigenetic
deposits. Study of ore deposits with respect to their mineralogy, mode of occurrence,
distribution in India of - Gold, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Aluminum, Iron, Chromium,
Uranium. Distribution of Industrial minerals in India for the follo wing industries Cement, Ceramic, Glass.
Fossil fuels: Coal, origin and types of Coal – Coal deposits of India. Oil and Natural
Gas: Origin, migration and distribution in India, Beach sands: Monazite, Ilmenite.
Mineral resources of Andhra Pradesh.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time: 90 Minutes
Max Marks: 100
Questions paper consists of 100 questions covering the entire syllabus
Objective type: MULTIPLE CHOICE
1). Gold deposits in Andhra Pradesh occur in
a. K-G Basin
b. Eastern Ghats
c. Godavari Valley
d.
Ramagiri Schist belt.
2). The Radius of the Earth is
a. 10,400 km.
b. 6,400 km.
c. 7,400 km.
d.
5,400 km.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.Sc.(Geology) : The candidates must have passed B.Sc examination with Geology or any
Science subjects as optional, conducted by Kakatiya University or any university
recognized as equivalent by KU with 45% aggregate marks in Part-II (40% for S.C and
ST).
27.
M.Sc. (Nano Science & Nano Technology)
Model Question Paper
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
PART-A : 50 Questions from Chemistry Subject
50x1=50 Marks
PART-B :
50x1=50 Marks

For Biology students: 50 Questions from Botany and Zoology (Botony 25 + Zoology 25)
For Mathematics Students: 50 Questions from Mathematics Subject
Syllabus for Chemistry
:
As prescribed for M.Sc.,(Chemistry) Entrance
(Pg No. 29)
Syllabus for Mathematics
:
As prescribed for M.Sc.,(Mathematics) Entrance
(Pg No. 31)
Syllabus for Botany and Zoology
:
As prescribed for M.Sc.,(Botony) Entrance (Pg
No. 26)
M.Sc., (Zoology) Entrance (Pg No. 27)
28.
M.Sc. (PSYCHOLOGY)
SECTION-I
30x1=30
Consist of 30 questions pertaining to Indian Heritage & Culture
Specimen Question :
1. Thousand Pillars located at
a) Hanamkonda
b) Hyderabad
c) Vijayawada
d) Thirupath
SECTION-II 30x1=30
Consist of 30 questions pertaining to Current Affairs, Regional, National and
International events who's and who-Sports, Books, Awards.
Specimen Question :
30x1=30
1. Who is Governor of Tamilnadu State
a) Lalu Prasad Yadav
b) K. Soshaiah c) Mamatha Benarji
d)
L.N.
Narasimhan
SECTION-III 40x1=40
Consist of 40 questions pertaining to General Knowledge - Inventions, Discover,
Capital Cities, Abbreviations and Social Problems.
Specimen Question :
1. Which is the capital city of Sikkim :
a) Luckno w
b) Hyderabad
c) Raipur
d) Gangtok
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
M.Sc. (PSYCHOLOGY) : Candidates must have passed any Degree conducted by the
Kakatiya University or an examination recognized as equivalent by Kakatiya University
with an aggregate of 40% marks in qualifying examination (only pass marks for SC/ST).
29.
P.G. DIPLOMA IN SERICULTURE
Group-A : BOTANY: Distribution and taxanomy of Moracea: Cytology, Polyploidy,
Mutation breeding and selection of races: General account of plant disease, Diseases
caused by bacteria and fungi; Phytohormones, their role in vegetative propagation and
leaf quality; influence and environmental factors of growth of Mulberry (Moracea); Role
of Soil, water, light, temperature and biotic factors on structure of plant communities;
inorgamic nutrition, essential elements, criteria of their essentiality. Their role in plant
nutrition and symptoms of their deficiency, physiology of Biomass, productivity with
reference to leaf yield.
Group-B :
ZOOLOGY: System Position of Disease causing Protozoa (Entamoeba,
Plasmodium,
Trypanosoma),
Bombycidal,
Helminth
Parasites
(Schitosoma,
Echinocoecus, Paragonium, Trichinella & Diphyllobathrium), Classification of
Arthropoda and general characteristics of insect, Cell Components, Mutations and
Chromosomal aberrations; Sex determination and sex-linked inheritance; General
concepts of Biotechnology, Nucleic Acids (RNA and DNA) Protein synthesis,
Physiological importance and classification of proteins, Carbohydrates, Lipid, Minerals,
Vitamins, Parasitism, Predation competition, Commensulism and Symbiosis.
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
Time : 90 Minutes
Max. Marks : 100
A. OBJECTIVE TYPE : MULTIPLE CHOICE :
Choose the correct answer.
1) The cortical tissue in mostly
a) Parenchyma in Hydrophytes b) Mesophytes c) Xerophytes
d) Halophytes
(There will be altogether 100 such questions covering the entire syllabus)
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
P.G. DIPLOMA IN SERICULTURE: Candidates must have passed B.Sc. (Botany, Zoology,
Chemistry) conducted by the Kakatiya University or an examination recognized as
equivalent by Kakatiya University and secured 45% marks in aggregate in Part-II (40%

for SC/ST). Candidates with B. Sc. (Agriculture) Degree recognized by Kakatiya
University are also eligible.
5 Years Integrated M.Sc. (Chemistry / Biotechnology / Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
for the Academic year 2016 - 17

Eligibility and other Details
1. The candidates seeking admission into 5 Year Integrated M.Sc. Chemistry,
Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Chemistry should have passed intermediate (10+2)
or equivalent as recognized by Board of Intermediate Education, T.S. with a minimum
of 50% marks. In case of SC/ST candidates a minimum pass in the qualifying
examination is sufficient.
2. The candidates who have passed intermediate with Maths, Physics and Chemistry
(MPC) are eligible for M.Sc. (Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Chemistry); and Biology,
Physics and Chemistry (BPC) candidates are eligible for M.Sc. Chemistry,
Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Chemistry.
3. The Entrance Test will be 3 hours duration with four sections viz. Chemistry, Physics,
Mathematics and Biology. Each section consists of 50 bits carrying 50 marks and the
candidates should attempt any three sections. Section A and B are compulsory for all
the candidates and Section C is Maths for MPC students, Section D is Biology for BPC
students. All questions are of multiple choice to be answered on OMR sheets.
4. The number of seats. M.Sc. (Chemistry) 70, M.Sc. (Biotechnology) 70 and M.Sc.,
(Pharamceutical Chemistry) 40, and rules of reservation (the Andhra Pradesh
Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission) Order 1974 with amendments in
1975 and 1996) are applicable.
5. 20% of seats i.e., 6 are allotted for the foreign students under NRI quota in both the
courses in the University College, Kakatiya University campus. If foreign students are
not available, the candidates qualified in the entrance test are considered, in case the
candidates qualified are not available under the quota. Other eligible candidates will be
considered.
Syllabus for Entrance Test : Same as prescribed for Intermediate Examination.

Note: once admission process is completed there is no choice to shift from Biotechnology to
chemistry vise versa.
Eligibility Criteria for Non-Entrance Courses
M.A. (HINDI) : Candidates must have secured minimum 40% marks under Part-II in Hindi
literature, (for SC, ST minimum pass) or 50% or more of marks under Part-I (for SC, ST
minimum pass) in the languages concerned at BA/B.Com./B.Sc. or the examinations
recognized as equivalent including Dr. B R Ambedkar Open University, Hyderabad by
Kakatiya University. Bachelor of Oriental Language, Hindi Vidhwan conducted by Hindi
Prachar Sabha, Hyderabad or Praveena Examinations conducted by Dakshin Bharat Hindi
Prachara Sabha, Madras are also eligible to seek admission provided they pass the
General English under Part-I.
M.A. Sanskrit : Must have passed B.A. examination and secured 40% marks in Sanskrit as an
optional subject as main/major/one of the three equal optional subjects under Part-II
(OR) Must have passed graduate examination and secured 50% marks in Sanskrit as
Second Language in Part-I or 50% marks in Sanskrit as one of the subjects of study at
the concerned degree level carrying not less than 200 marks in the scheme of
examination concerned (OR) must have passed B.A. Language Sanskrit examination with
40% marks in the aggregate. (OR) Must have passed B.O.L., (Sanskrit) with General
English of Under Graduate standard of Part-I securing 40% in the aggregate. (OR) Must
have passed B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. or its equivalent examination and also passed in Sanskrit
which has been recognized by the Govt. A.P. as being equivalent to an under graduate
degree thereof. The candidate should however have obtained 40% marks in aggregate in
said examination of Sanskrit. (OR) Must have passed M.A. in any Indian language or

M.A. (English) of a recognized University. Note:For SC/ST candidates a minimum pass
in the language concerned under Part-II and 45% under part-I.
M.Sc., (MIT) : Applicants must have Bachelors Degree and admissions will be made on the
basis of marks secured in Degree.

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