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Friday, 1 November 2019

KAS OFFICER (JUNIOR TIME SCALE) TRAINEE (STREAM 1, STREAM 2, STREAM 3) - KERALA ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE SYLLABUS PUBLISHED

KERALA ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE 
(Preliminary Examination)
DETAILED SYLLABUS
PAPER -I
GENERAL STUDIES -I
(A) History (India and Kerala)
1)Ancient and Medieval Period :
(i) Salient features and major  landmarks of ancient and medieval India  
(ii)  Art,  culture,  literature and  Architecture  
(iii)  Major Dynasties,  their  administrative  system,  social,  religious  and economic conditions prominent movements

2)  Modern Period :
(i) Modern Indian History (from the 18th century up to the present) significant events, personalities and issues  
(ii) India – Struggle for independence 
(iii) Social and religious reform movements in the 19th and 20th century 
(iv)  India  after  Independence,  Post  independent consolidation  and reorganisation  
(v)  Independent India and her neighbours. 

3)  Kerala History (from 18th  century):
(i)  Pre-Independence socio-political movements.  Formation of Kerala  State, Political parties, movements,  Governments, Landmark legislation and policies.  

(B)  History of the World (from mid 18th century)
(i) Industrial revolution (ii) World wars (iii) Redrawal of National boundaries  (iv) Colonialisation and decolonisation, (v) Globalisation (vi) Communism,  Capitalism,  Socialism – their forms and effects in society. 

(C)  Cultural Heritage of Kerala:
1)  Cultural  Heritage  of  Kerala  Art  Forms,  literature,  sculpture, architecture,  salient  features  of society 
2) Kerala Tribal  culture, Pilgrimage,  Tourist  places,  Folk  Culture,  Cinema,  Theatre
3)  History and revolution of Malayalam language and literature. 

(D)  Indian Constitution, Public Administration, Political  System, Governance, Social Justice and International Relations
1) Indian Constitution and its salient features 
2) Functions and Responsibilities of the Union and the States, Parliament and State Legislatures – structure,  function, power and privileges.  Issues and challenges pertaining to Federal  Structure  – Devolution of Power  and  Finances  up to  local  levels  and  challenges  therein
3)  Constitutional  Authorities  –  Powers,  Functions  and Responsibilities 
4) Panchayati Raj, Public Policy and Governance, Impact  of  L.P.G  on  Governance  
5)  Statutory,  Regulatory  and Quasi-judicial bodies  
6)  Rights  Issues  (Human  rights,  Women rights, SC/ST rights, Child rights, etc.), Important Acts 
7) India's Foreign Policy, International Organisations, International Treaties
and Forums,  their structure and mandate 
8) Judiciary in India – Structure  and  functions,  important  provisions  relating  to Emergency  and  Constitutional  amendments,  Judicial  review, Public Interest  Litigation,  Land Revenue Laws 
9) Fundamental rights, fundamental duties and Directive Principles 10) Principles of Administrative Law. 

(E)  Reasoning, Mental Ability & Simple Arithmetic
(1)   Logical Reasoning and Analytical  Ability, Number series, Coding-Decoding, problems related to Relations,  Shapes and their subsections,  Venn  Diagram, problems based on  Clock, Calendar and Age,  Simple Arithmetic. 

(F)  Geography
1)  General Geography: Solar system, Motion of Earth, Concept of time,  Seasons, Internal structure of the Earth,  Major Landforms and their features.   Atmosphere  – Structure and Composition, elements and factors of Climate, Airmasses and Fronts, atmospheric disturbances.   Oceans:  Physical,  Chemical and Biological  characteristics,  Hydrological  Disasters,  Marine and  Continental  Resources  
2)   Physical,  Social,  Economic Geography  of  World,  India  and  Kerala  
3)   Geophysical phenomena like Earthquake,  Tsunami,  Volcanoes,  Cyclone, Flood, Landslides. 

PAPER-II
GENERAL STUDIES -II
(A) Economy and Planning
1)  Indian economy on the eve of independence.  Indian economy in the post-reform period – new economic reforms,  NITI  Aayog, National Income and Per  Capita  Income,  Sectoral  Composition (Output and Employment) – Primary, Secondary and Tertiary. Development under different policy regimes  (including  Five  Year  Plans)  –  Goals, Constraints, Institutions and Policy framework. 

2) Agriculture Sector, Land Reforms in India, Technological change in  Agriculture – Major Crops and Cropping patterns in various parts of the  Country,  Irrigation, Pricing of agriculture inputs and outputs, Agricultural  Finance Policy and Marketing, Issues in Food Security and  Public  Distribution  System,  Green  Revolution, Policies for sustainable agriculture and organic farming. 

3)  Industrial Policy, Public Sector Enterprises and their performance, Growth and pattern of industrialization, Small-scale sector, Productivity in the industrial sector,  SEZ and industrialization,  foreign investment and competition policy,  e-Commerce, Effects of liberalisation on the economy.

4)   Infrastructure in Indian  Economy, Meaning and importance of infrastructure – Water Supply and Sanitation- Energy and Power – Science and Technology  – Rural and Urban  Infrastructure,  Ports, Roads,  Airports,  Railways,  Telecommunication,  Dams,  Inland Waterways.  Social Impact Assessment.  

5)  Trends and Patterns in the structure of the population over time – Growth rate, Gender Rural-Urban Migration, Literacy, Regional Structure and trends of Poverty and Inequality,  Unemployment – trends,  Structure and National Rural Employment policies.  Indicators of development – Physical  Quality of  Life  Index, Human Development  Index,  Human Poverty Index, Gender Development Index, National Happiness Index.

6)  Indian Public Finance, Government Budgeting, Indian Tax System, Public Expenditure, Public Debt, Deficit and Subsidies in the Indian Economy.  Centre-State financial relation.  Recent fiscal and monetary policy issues and their impact, the structure of Indian Banking and NonBanking Financial Institutions and reforms,  GST: Concept and Implications.  Stock exchange and share market. 

7)  Trend,  Composition, Structure and direction of India's  Foreign Trade. India's Balance of payments situation in the post reforms period.

8)  The economy of  Kerala State-an overview,  Population,  Major agriculture,  Industry, Service sector issues.  Infrastructure and resources, Major Developmental Projects, Programmes and Schemes. Co-operative  Sector. History and relevant policies in traditional industries, IT Sector, Pravasi and Foreign remittance.

9)   Kerala model development –  (Land reforms, Social security, devolution of Power,  Decentralised  Planning,  Housing,  Tourism, Women  Empowerment,  Social  Welfare Schemes,  Disaster Management.   Role  and  Function  of  Kerala  Planning  Board,
Achievements of Kerala in Health and Education  Sector:  Policies, Programmes, Initiatives and Impacts.

(B)  Science and Technology
1) Science and Technology: Nature and scope of Science and Technology, Relevance of S&T, National policy on  S&T  and innovations,  Basics of everyday science, Human body, Public Health and Community Medicine, Food and Nutrition, Health Care.
        Institutes and Organization in India promoting the integration of S&T and  Innovation,  their activities and contributions, Contribution of Prominent Indian Scientists. 

2)  ICT: Nature and Scope of ICT,  ICT in day to day life, ICT and industry,  ICT  and  Governance  –  various Government schemes promoting the use of  ICT,  e-Governance Programmes and Services, Netiquettes, Cyber Security concerns – National Cyber Crime Policy. MIS.  Artificial Intelligence – benefits and impacts, Robotics. 

3)   Technology  in  Space  and  Defence:  Evolution  of  Indian  Space
The programme, ISRO – it's activities and achievements, various Satellite
Programmes – DRDO-vision, mission and activities. 

4)  Energy requirement and efficiency: India's existing energy needs and deficit, India's energy resources and dependence, Renewable and Non-renewable energy resources, Energy Policy of India  – Govt.Policies and Programmes, Energy Security and Nuclear Policy of India. 

5)  Environmental Science: Issues and concerns related to the environment, its legal aspects, policies and treaties for the protection of the environment at the National and the International level, Environment protection for sustainable development.
       Biodiversity – its importance and concerns,  Climate change, International initiatives (Policies, Protocols)  and India's commitment, Western Ghats, Features, Characteristics and issues.
       Forest and wildlife – Legal framework for Forest and Wildlife Conservation in India.
      Environmental  Hazards, Pollution, Carbon  Emission, Global Warming. National action plans on climate change and  Disaster Management. 
      Developments in Biotechnology,  Green Technology and Nanotechnology. 

(C) Current Events
(D) Language Proficiency - English
1) Tenses 2) Synonyms 3) Phrasal Verbs 4) Antonyms 5) Error Correction  6)  Adjectives  7)  Adverbs  8)  Reported  Speech 9)  Active  Voice  10)  Passive  Voice  11)  Auxiliary  Verb
12) Question Tag 13) Degrees of Comparison 14) Punctuation 15)  Idioms  and  Phrases  16)  Simple  Compound  Complex Sentences  17)  Connectives  18)  Prepositional  Verbs
19) Prepositions 20) Concord 21) Pronouns – 9 types 22) Word Order and Sentence Order.

(EI)  Language Proficiency  - Malayalam

1)  പദശുദ്ധി  2) വാക്യശുദ്ധി  3) പരിഭാഷ  4) ഒറ്റപദം  5) പര്യായം  6) വിപരീതപദം  7) ശൈലികൾ  പഴഞ്ചൊല്ലുകൾ   8) സമാനപദം  9) ചേർത്തെഴുതുക  10) സ്ത്രീലിംഗം പുല്ലിംഗം  11) വചനം  12) പിരിച്ചെഴുതൽ 13) ഘടക പദം  (വാക്യം ചേർത്തെഴുതുക) 
14) ഭരണഭാഷയുമായി  ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട് ഒരു ഖണ്ഡിക് നല്കി അതിനെ ആധാരമാക്കി  ചോദ്യങ്ങള്‍ 
15) ഔദ്യോഗിക ഭാഷാ പദാവലി, വിപുലനം, സംഗ്രഹം. 
OR
(EII)  Language Proficiency  -   Kannada

1) Word  Purity  /  Correct  Word  2)  Correct  Sentence 3)  Translation  4)  One  Word  /  Single  Word  /  One  Word Substitution 5) Synonyms 6) Antonyms 7) Idioms and Proverbs
8)  Equivalent  Word  9)  Join  the  Word  10)  Feminine  Gender, Masculine  Gender  11)  Number  12)  Sort  and  Write 13) Add Phrases 14) Comprehension

OR
(EIII)  Language Proficiency  -   Tamil
1) Correct Word 2) Correct Structure of Sentence 3) Translation 4) Single Word  5)  Synonyms  6) Antonyms  /  Opposite 7) Phrases and Proverbs  8) Equal Word  9) Join  the  Word 10) Gender Classification – Feminine,  Masculine 11) Singular, Plural 12) Separate 13) Add Phrases 14) Comprehension
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