Maths Syllabus for PGT RMSA AP Model Schools

Structure of Examination for Maths PGT Post RMSA AP Model School Recruitment 2012

The Written Exam For Maths PGT post graduate teacher post consists of 6 parts to answer

  1. Part – I : This part consists of GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS for 10 marks
  2. Marks and syllabus for other 5 parts is given below

Syllabus  for Maths PGT Post RMSA AP Model School Recruitment 2012

Part – I

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS (Marks: 10)

Part – II

CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND PEDAGOGY (Marks: 10)

  1.  Development of Child
  2. Understanding Learning
  3. Pedagogical Concerns

Part – III

PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION (Marks: 10)

  1. History of Education
  2. Teacher Empowerment
  3. Educational Concerns in Contemporary India
  4. Acts / Rights
  5. National Curriculum Framework, 2005

Part – IV

LANGUAGE- ENGLISH (Marks: 10)

  1.  Poets, Essayists, Novelists, Dramatists and their works.
  2. Forms of Language – Story, Essay, Letter writing, Editorial, Précis writing, note- making, autobiography and biography.
  3. Pronunciation – Sounds – Use of dictionary
  4. Parts of Speech
  5. Tenses
  6. Types of Sentences
  7. Articles and Prepositions
  8. Degrees of Comparison
  9. Direct and Indirect – Speech
  10. Clauses
  11. Active and Passive Voice
  12. Use of Phrases
  13. Comprehension of a Prose passage / Poems
  14. Vocabulary

Part – V

CONTENT (Marks: 48)

  1.  Sets
  2. Relations & Functions
  3. Principle of Mathematical Induction: Processes of the proof by induction.
  4. Permutations & Combinations : Fundamental principle of counting. Factorial n, Permutations and combinations, derivation of formulae and their  connections, simple applications.
  5. Complex Numbers
  6. Linear Inequalities
  7. Binomial Theorem
  8. Sequence and Series
  9. Elementary Number Theory
  10. Quadratic Equations
  11. Matrices and Determinants
  12. Two dimensional Geometry
  13. TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS
  14. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
  15.  DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
  16. VECTORS
  17.  SOLID GEOMETRY
  18. STATISTICS
  19. PROBABILITY
  20. LINEAR ALGEBRA
  21.  ANALYSIS
  22. ABSTRACT ALGEBRA AND REAL ANALYSIS
  23. GROUPS

Part – VI

TEACHING METHODOLOGY (Marks: 12)

  1. Meaning and Nature of Mathematics, History of Mathematics.
  2. Contributions of Great Mathematicians – Aryabhatta, Bhaskaracharya, Srinivasa Ramanujan, Euclid, Pythagoras, George cantor.
  3.  Aims and Values of teaching Mathematics, Instructional objectives (Blooms taxonomy).
  4. Mathematics curriculum: Principles, approaches of curriculum construction, Logical and Psychological, Topical and oncentric, Spiral approaches. Qualities of a good Mathematics text book.
  5. Methods of teaching mathematics- Heuristic method, Laboratory method, Inductive and Deductive methods, Analytic and Synthetic methods, Project method and Problem Solving method.
  6. Unit Plan, Year Plan, Lesson Planning in Mathematics.
  7. Instructional materials, Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience.
  8. Evolving strategies for the gifted students and slow learners.
  9. Techniques of teaching mathematics like Oral work, Written work, Drilling, Assignment, Project, Speed and Accuracy.
  10. Mathematics club, Mathematics structure, Mathematics order and pattern sequence.
  11. Evaluation – Types, Tools and Techniques of Evaluation, Preparation of SAT  Analysis, Characteristics of a good test.

For Full details

http://apms.cgg.gov.in/APMS2012/Syllabus/PGT_Maths.pdf

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