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GGU Entrance Exam Syllabus 2020 | VET Exam Pattern


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GGU Entrance Exam Syllabus 2020

GGU Entrance Exam Syllabus

About GGU VET :-

Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya Or Often Called GGU Conducts VET (Vishwavidyalaya Entrance Test). This Test Is Key To Get Admission In The University. University Has Many Under Graduates And Post Graduates Courses And Also A Number Of Diploma And Foreign Language Based Courses. If Anyone Wants To Get Admission In The University, He/ She Has To Clear The Examination.There Are Certain Rules Which Have To Be Followed By Everyone Who Wants To Apply. University Sets Some Age Limits And Also Gives Age Relaxations To Different Caste Categories. For More Details About GGU Bilaspur Admission Form Check Official Notification Given In Important Link Area.

GGU Entrance Exam Syllabus Pattern :-

One mark shall be awarded for each correct answer and there shall be no negative marking for any incorrect answer. Un-attempted question will be awarded zero marks. Tests will be conducted in groups of programmes. One paper will be conducted for one group of programmes at UG level. Choices will be available for the candidates in order of merit, at the time of counselling. Details of groups and its syllabus for test is as follows. you can also check GGU entrance exam syllabus given below.

GGU Entrance Exam Syllabus :-

BA (Honours)

Hindi, English, Journalism &Mass Communication, AnthropologyThere shall be one paper of 120 minutes (2hrs) duration carrying 100 marks containing 100 multiple choice questions. These shall be based on General Awareness, General Mental Ability, Numerical Ability, Comprehension and subject awareness of the subjects including basic knowledge of plants and animals, environment and its pollution, human body, health, common diseases, population explosion, production of food & raw material, climate & weather, natural resources and elementary knowledge of ancient Indian History, culture ,philosophy and freedomPage 8 of 14struggle. The paper will also include two sets of multiple choice questions on language comprehension one each in Hindi and English where the candidate is required to answer either in Hindi language set or English language set but not both. The standard will be of 10 +2 Examination or Equivalent.

BA (Honours) History, Political Science, Economics/ Bachelor of Social Work

There shall be one paper of 120 minutes (2hrs) duration carrying 100 marks containing 100 multiple choice questions. These shall be based on General Awareness, General Mental Ability, Numerical Ability, Comprehension and subject awareness of the subjects including basic knowledge of plants and animals, environment and its pollution, human body, health, common diseases, population explosion, production of food & raw material, climate & weather, natural resources and elementary knowledge of History, Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Psychology and Home Science. The paper will also include two sets of multiple choice questions on language comprehension one each in Hindi and English where the candidate is required to answer either in Hindi language set or English language set but not both. The standard will be of 10+2 Examination or Equivalent.

B. Sc. (Honours) – Computer Science, Electronics, Maths, Physics, Zoology, Botany, Rural Tech., Biotech. Anthropology, Forensic Science, Chemistry/ B.Pharma./ D.Pharma./ B.Sc. (Forestry)

There shall be one paper of 120 minutes (2hrs) duration carrying 100 marks containing 100 multiple choice questions. This will be divided into two Sections. Section I is compulsory and will have 30 questions from Physics and 30 questions from Chemistry. Section II will have 40 questions of Maths/Bio./Agriculture/ Biotech. Only one out of 04 groups from Section II can be chosen by a candidate.Note: Exercise of Choice of group according to his/her eligibility/qualification is the responsibility of the candidate. Choosing subject group not commensuration with eligibility and/ or appearing in the test group not opted for will disqualify the candidature at any stage. Choice once exercised in the application form is final.

Note :- Agriculture will be available as an option in VET Test papers for those candidates who are applying for B. Sc. (Forestry) or Rural Tech only.

B. Com. (Honours)

There shall be one paper of 120 minutes (2hrs) duration carrying 100 marks containing 100 multiple choice questions, 20 each from (i) Accounting and Business (ii) Economics and Money Banking (iii) Mathematics (iv) General Knowledge and Current affairs (v) Language- English or Hindi. The Language paper will also include two sets of multiple choice questions one each in Hindi and English where the candidate is required to answer either in Hindi language set or English language set but not both. The standard of questions will be of 10+2 Examination or equivalent.

Integrated BA.-LLB/B. Com.-LLB

There shall be one paper of 120 minutes duration carrying 100 marks containing 100 multiple choice questions. There will be 30 questions on Hindi/English (attempt any one), 40Page 9 of 14questions on General awareness, General Mental ability, numerical ability, basic knowledge on plants, animals, environment, pollution, human body, climate, natural resources etc; 30 questions on Arts/Science/Commerce (attempt any one). The standard will be 10+2 level for BA/ B.Com.-LLB.

B.Ed./M.Ed.
B.Ed./ B.Ed. Special Education (HI)/ B.Ed. Special Education (LD)

100 multiple choice questions on the following areas—(a) Language and reasoning ability (English—10, reasoning—10) which shall test the comprehension ability and general Language understanding in English as well as Reasoning ability. (b) Awareness of Educational affairs (20 questions) to test general awareness on current scenario in School and higher education as well as general understanding of teaching learning process, and (c) Subject understanding up to Graduation Level with (i) 30 questions in Physical Science/ Biological Science/ Mathematics and (ii) 30 questions in Hindi/ English/ Sanskrit/ Philosophy/History/ Geography/ Economics/ Political Science. The duration of test will be 120 Min.(2Hrs). Each question shall carry one mark. There is no negative marking.

M.Ed.

100 multiple choice questions on the following areas —(a) English Language ability (15 marks), which shall test the comprehension ability and general Language understanding in English (b) Reasoning Ability (10 marks), (c) General awareness on Recent Educational issues (15 marks), (d) 60 questions requiring basic conceptual understanding at B.Ed. level. The duration of test will be 120 Min.(2Hrs). Each question shall carry one mark. There is no negative marking.

Note:- Number of seats for B. Ed. Special (HI & LD) are tentative. Seats will be filled only after its approval from RCI.

B.P.Ed.

There shall be one paper of 120 minutes (2hrs) duration carrying 100 marks containing 100 multiple choice questions on General Studies, Aptitude Test and Current Affairs in Sports. The candidates appearing in theory examination will have to appear in Practical Examination (Physical Efficiency & Skill Test) of 50 Marks. The dates of practical examination shall be announced by the Department. Admission to B.P.Ed. programme shall be on the basis of overall merit of written and practical examination.

Diploma Courses. (Diploma in French, Diploma in German)

There shall be one paper of 120 minutes (2hrs) duration carrying 100 marks containing 100 multiple choice questions. These shall be based on General Awareness, General Mental Ability, Numerical Ability, Comprehension and subject awareness of the subjects including basic knowledge of plants and animals, environment and its pollution, human body, health, common diseases, population explosion, production of food & raw material, climate & weather, natural resources and elementary knowledge of ancient Indian History, culturePage 10 of 14,philosophy, freedom struggle.

All P.G. Courses. (M.Ed., M.P.Ed., MSW, M.Sc., M.A., MCA, M.Lib. Inf.Sc.)

Separate paper will be conducted for separate PG Courses/ Programmes. There shall be one paper of 120 minutes (2hrs) duration carrying 100 marks containing 100 multiple choice questions of the concerned subject in which the candidate is applying for admission. The standard of questions will be of undergraduate level Examinations or Equivalent.For M.P. Ed course the candidates appearing in theory examination will have to appear in practical examination (Physical efficiency & skill test) of 50 marks. The dates of practical examination shall be announced by the department. Admission to M.P.Ed. programme shall be on the basis of overall merit of written and practical examination.

B.Lib & Information Sc.

There shall be one paper of 120 minutes duration carrying 100 marks containing 100 multiple choice questions. There will be 30 questions on Hindi/English (attempt any one), 40 questions on General awareness, General Mental ability, numerical ability, basic knowledge on plants, animals, environment, pollution, human body, climate, natural resources etc; 30 questions on Arts/Science/Commerce (attempt any one). The standard of questions will graduate lever level for B.Lib. & Inf. Sc.

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