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KERALA PSC LECTURER IN ECONOMICS (COLLEGIATE EXAM)

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  • Best academic assistance to crack the objective examination
  • Highly experienced faculty in the field of economics
  • Classes led by professors who have cleared Kerala PSC Collegiate exam
  • Comfortable learning atmosphere with multimedia classes & modern classroom
  • Periodic test papers for every session and seperate discussion for previous year questions papers
  • Printed study materials
  • minimum 4 sessions including weekends (20 hours per week)

 

FURTHER DETAILS REGARDING MAIN TOPICS OF
SUPPLEMENTARY PROGRAMME NO. 04A/2014 (Item No.8)

LECTURER IN ECONOMICS

COLLEGIATE EDUCATION

(CATEGORY NO. 585/2012)

Part I

Methodology of Microeconomics – Recent developments in consumer behavior – Modern
theories of demand analysis – Theories of production and cost – Input output analysis, Linear programming and Game theory – Market models: -Perfect and Imperfect – Risk and Uncertainty models in product and factor markets – Theories of General Equilibrium and Welfare economics – Theories of Distribution.

Part II

Classical, Keynesian, post-Keynesian approaches in Macroeconomics – IS-LM Closed and Open economy models – Consumption and Investment Theories – Theories of Demand for and Supply of Money – Theories of Inflation – Theories of Business Cycle – Modern Developments in Macroeconomics – Macroeconomic Policy.

Part III

Application of Matrix algebra, Differentiation and Integration in Economics – Theories of Probability – Probability Distributions – Theories of Sampling – Theories of Estimation and Testing of Hypothesis – Linear Regression Models – Violation of assumptions of Classical Linear Regression models – Dummy variables

Part IV

Economic Growth and Development: Concept, approach and measurement – Traditional and Modern theories of development – Growth models: Harrod-Domar, neoclassical, Cambridge and Endogenous growth models – Plan models – Human capital and Manpower Planning – Environment and Sustainable development -Environmental policies.

Part V

Growth, Performance and Structural change in Indian economy since New Economic
reforms – Sectoral growth – Economic planning in India – Demographic development – Impact of Economic reforms on poverty, unemployment and inequality – Fiscal, financial and external sector reforms – Fiscal federalism and Finance Commissions – Development experience of Kerala: Decentralization, Migration, Urbanization, Poverty, Unemployment and Inequality – Gender issues – State finance

Part VI

Trade and Growth – Pure theories of international trade – Recent developments in trade
theories – Trade policy and economic integration – International monetary system – Foreign exchange market – Balance of payments and exchange rates – Internal and external balance under alternative exchange rate regimes – International capital flows – Institutions and instruments in Indian money and capital markets – Financial inclusion

Part VII

Recent developments in Economics

Part VIII Research Methodology/Teaching Aptitude

I. TEACHING APTITUDE

  • Teaching: Nature, objectives, characteristics and basic requirements;
  • Learner’s characteristics;
  • Factors affecting teaching;
  • Methods of teaching;
  • Teaching aids;
  • Evaluation systems.

II. RESEARCH APTITUDE

  • Research: Meaning, Characteristics and types;
  • Steps of research;
  • Methods of research;
  • Research Ethics;
  • Paper, article, workshop, seminar, conference and symposium;
  • Thesis writing: its characteristics and format.

 
Part IX(a) Salient Features of Indian Constitution

Salient features of the Constitution – Preamble- Its significance and its place in the interpretation of the Constitution.
Fundamental Rights – Directive Principles of State Policy – Relation between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles – Fundamental Duties.
Executive – Legislature – Judiciary – Both at Union and State Level. – Other Constitutional
Authorities.
Centre-State Relations – Legislative – Administrative and Financial.
Services under the Union and the States.
Emergency Provisions.
Amendment Provisions of the Constitution.

Part IX(b) Social Welfare Legislations and Programmes

Social Service Legislations like Right to Information Act, Prevention of atrocities against Women & Children, Food Security Act, Environmental Acts etc. and Social Welfare Programmes like Employment Guarantee Programme, Organ and Blood Donation etc.

Part X(a) Renaissance in Kerala

TOWARDS A NEW SOCIETY

Introduction to English education – various missionary organisations and their functioning- founding of educational institutions, factories.printing press etc.

EFFORTS TO REFORM THE SOCIETY
(A) Socio-Religious reform Movements
SNDP Yogam, Nair Service Society, Yogakshema Sabha, Sadhu Jana Paripalana Sangham, Vaala Samudaya Parishkarani Sabha, Samathwa Samajam, Islam Dharma Paripalana Sangham, Prathyaksha Raksha Daiva Sabha, Sahodara Prasthanam etc.
(B) Struggles and Social Revolts
Upper cloth revolts.Channar agitation, Vaikom Sathyagraha, Guruvayoor Sathyagraha, Paliyam Sathyagraha. Kuttamkulam Sathyagraha, Temple Entry Proclamation, Temple Entry Act .Malyalee Memorial, Ezhava Memorial etc.
Malabar riots, Civil Disobedience Movement, Abstention ovement etc.
ROLE OF PRESS IN RENAISSANCE
Malayalee, Swadeshabhimani, Vivekodayam, Mithavadi, Swaraj, Malayala Manorama, Bhashaposhini, Mathnubhoomi, Kerala Kaumudi, Samadarsi, Kesari, AI-Ameen, Prabhatham, Yukthivadi, etc
AWAKENING THROUGH LITERATURE
Novel, Drama, Poetry, Purogamana Sahithya Prasthanam, Nataka Prashtanam, Library movement etc
WOMEN AND SOCIAL CHANGE
Parvathi Nenmenimangalam, Arya Pallam, A V Kuttimalu Amma, Lalitha Prabhu.Akkamma Cheriyan, Anna Chandi, Lalithambika Antharjanam and others
LEADERS OF RENAISSANCE
Thycaud Ayya Vaikundar, Sree Narayana Guru, Ayyan Kali.Chattampi Swamikal, Brahmananda Sivayogi, Vagbhadananda, Poikayil Yohannan(Kumara Guru) Dr Palpu, Palakkunnath Abraham Malpan, Mampuram Thangal, Sahodaran Ayyappan, Pandit K P Karuppan, Pampadi John Joseph, Mannathu Padmanabhan, V T Bhattathirippad, Vakkom Abdul Khadar Maulavi, Makthi Thangal, Blessed Elias Kuriakose Chaavra, Barrister G P Pillai, TK Madhavan, Moorkoth Kumaran, C. Krishnan,
K P Kesava Menon, Dr.Ayyathan Gopalan, C V Kunjuraman, Kuroor Neelakantan Namboothiripad, Velukkutty Arayan, K P Vellon, P K Chathan Master, K Kelappan, P. Krishna Pillai, A K Gopalan, T R Krishnaswami Iyer, C Kesavan.
Swami Ananda Theerthan , M C Joseph, Kuttippuzha Krishnapillai and others
LITERARY FIGURES
Kodungallur Kunhikkuttan Thampuran, KeralaVarma Valiyakoyi Thampuran, Kandathil Varghesc Mappila. Kumaran Asan, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Ulloor S Parameswara Iyer, G Sankara Kurup, Changampuzha Krishna Pillai, Chandu Menon, Vaikom Muhammad Basheer. Kesav Dev, Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai, Ponkunnam Varky, S K Pottakkad and others

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