HCS Exam Syllabus

HCS exam syllabus Subject wise consists of the topics given below:

Syllabus of Compulsory Subjects of HCS Exam

1. English and English Essay

Questions to test the candidate's capacity to understand and write good English. The paper will comprise precis writing expansion, tests in vocabulary and any other form of composition that may be suitable.

2. Hindi and Hindi Essay (in Devnagri Script)

  1. Translation of an English passage into Hindi.
  2. Explanation of Hindi passage into prose & poetry in the same language.
  3. Composition (idioms, corrections etc)

3. General Knowledge including Everyday Science

This paper is intended to test the candidate's knowledge of current events and of such matters of every day observation and experience in their scientist aspect as may be expected of an educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific subject. The paper will also include questions of historical, geographical and economic importance, with special reference to Haryana.

Syllabus of Optional Subjects of HCS Exam

1. Agriculture
   
Part I:

Concepts of multiple cropping, multistorey, relay and inter-cropping, and their importance in relation to food production.

Part II:

Cell Division, Nucleic acids-structure and function.

2. Animal Husbandary and Veterinary Science       

Part I:

a. Animal Nutrition

b. Animal Physiology

c. Live Stock Production and Management

d. Genetics and Animal Breeding

Part II:

a. Health and Hygiene

b. Animal Diseases

c. Veterinary Public Health

d. Milk and Milk Products Technology

e. Meat Hygiene

f. Extenstion

3. Botony
    
Part I:

a. Microbiology and Plant Pathology

b. Cryptogams

c. Bryopytes

d. Pteriodophytes

e. Gymnosperms

f. Phytogeography

g. Systematics

h. Anatomy

i. Embryology

j. Economc Botany

Part II:

a. Cytogenetics

b. Plant Breeding and Biostatistics

c. Physiology and Biochemistry

d. Plant Ecology

e. Applied Botany

4. Chemistry

Part I:

a. Atomic Structure

b. Chemical Bonding

c. Solid State

d. Gaseous State

e. Thermodynamics and Statistical Thermodynamics

f. Clausius Clapeyron Equation

g. Electrode Potential

h. Chemical Kinetics

i. Photochemistry

j. Surface Phenomena and Catalysis

k. Coordination Chemistry

l. Chemistry of d block elements.

Part II:

a. Reaction Mechanisms and Reactive Intermediates

b. Substitution Reaction

c. Chemistry and mechanism of reactions

d. Polymeric Systems

f. Principles of spectroscopy and application in structure elucidation

 

5. Civil Engineering

Part I:

a. Engineering Mechanics

b. Strength of Materials

c. Structural Analysis

d. Design of Structure

e. Fluid Mechanics

f. Open Channel flow

g. Geo-technical Engineering

Part II:

a. Construction Technolgoty

b. Constructions Equipment

c. Construction Planning and Management

d. Survey

e. Transportation Engineering

f. Hydrology

g. Irrigation Engineering

h. Enviornment Engineering

 

6. Commerce and Accountancy

Part I: Accounting and Finance

a. Financing Accounting

b. Cost Accounting

c. Taxation

d. Auditing

e. Business Finance and Financial Institutions

Part II: Organisation Theory and Industrial Relations

a. Organisation Theory

b. Industrial Relations

7. Economics

Part I:

a. Micro Economics Analysis

b. Nature, types and functions of money

c. Full employment and Say's Law

d. Function of Central Bank

e. Public Finance

f. International Economics

g. Growth and Development

Part II:

a. Indian Economics in Past.

b. Employment

c. Industry

d. Money and Banking

e. Index numbers of price level

f. Trade balance of payments and exchange

g. Public Finance and Fiscal Policy

h. Economic Planning in India

8. Electrical Engineering
   
Part I:

a. Electrical Circuits-Theory and Applications

b. Signals and Systems

c. E.M. Theory

d. Analog Electronics

e. Digital Electronics

f. Energy Conversion

g. Power Electronic and Electric Drives

h. Analog Communication

Part II:

a. Control Systems

b. Electrical Engineering Materials

c. Microprcessor and Microcomputers

d. Measurement and Instrumentation

e. Power Systems;Analysis and Control

f. Power System Protection

g. Non-Conventional Energy Sources and Energy Management

 

9. English Literature
          
English Literature from 1600 to 1990.

10. Geography
    
Part I:

a. Physical Geography

b. Human Geography

Part II:

a. Geography of India

11. Hindi Literature

Part I:

a. History of Hindi Language and Nagari Lipi

b. History of Hindi Literature

c. Katha Sahitya

d. Drama and Theatre

e. Criticism

Part II:

First hand reading of the texts of main Hindi writers's texts.

12. Indian History

Part I:

a. History of India (Down to AD 750)

Part II:

a. Modren India and Freedom Struggle(1757 AD - 1947 AD)


13. Law

Part I:

a. Constitutional Law of India

b. International Law

Part II:

a. Law of Crimes

b. Law of Torts

c. Law of Contracts and Mercantile Law.

d. Law of Evidence and Indian Evidence Act.

14. Mathematics


 

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