Category: syllabus

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management-Syllabus

The course emphasizes portfolio management as a dynamic process in which the concepts from security analysis are factored into the dynamics of strategic and tactical investment decision-making criteria. The course covers the formulation of appropriate investment portfolio objectives for a key institutional investor, and alternative techniques for achieving them.

Gujrat Higher Judicial Service Examination and Syllabus

DIRECT RECRUITMENT OF  DISTRICT JUDGE (25%)- In view of amended Rule­5, viz. Clause (aa) of Sub­Rule (2) of Rule­5 of “The Gujarat State Judicial Service Rules, 2005”, Candidates who have not passed Secondary as well as Higher Secondary Examination with subject of Gujarati (Higher Level at both stages) are required to pass the vernacular (Gujarati) Language Proficiency Test as prescribed below and to secure minimum 40% Marks for being eligible for being called for Main Written Examination.

New Syllabus for Applied Psychology(PG) Delhi University from [2019-2020]

Application of psychological principles to solve human problems has acquired new dimension with the changing nature of the challenges that the world faces today. In view of this, the scientific discipline of Applied Psychology has emerged as a natural process of evolution in the knowledge base. It has gathered spectacular momentum in recent years. In this context a post-graduate training in Applied Psychology has been a need of the time. It demands a comprehensive curriculum. For preparing the applied psychologists of the future, equipping them with skills and adequate knowledge-bases, attempt has been made to incorporate professional training in three principal domains of the discipline such as: (A) Clinical and Health Psychology, (B) Organizational Behaviour and (C) Counselling and Social Psychology, as specializations, apart from focusing on understanding of the fundamental psychological processes, and research methods in Applied Psychology.

UGC NET Syllabus in International and Area Studies


International and Area Studies: Area studies are interdisciplinary fields of research and scholarship pertaining to particular geographical, national/federal, or cultural regions. The term exists primarily as a general description for what are, in the practice of scholarship, many heterogeneous fields of research, encompassing both the social sciences and the humanities. Typical area studies programs involve history, political science, sociology, cultural studies, languages, geography, literature, and related disciplines. In contrast to cultural studies, area studies often include diaspora and emigration from the area.