PG Programs criteria

Eligibility

Pass in qualifying examination from a recognized University and also rank obtained in GAT (Humanities PG) - 2021, subject to the following criteria:

Courses and Fee structure Eligibility
M.A. Applied Psychology Any bachelor's degree, with a minimum of 60% marks, excluding Bachelor of Fine Arts with an English Medium background.
M.A. English Language and Literature Graduation in any stream with minimum 60% marks and proficiency in English
M.A. Economics Any Bachelor of Arts Degree with at least one core area being Economics (or) BBA (or) B. Com (or) B. Sc Mathematics (or) B. Sc Statistics with at least 60% marks.
Exam Pattern

The duration of the test is 90 Minutes. The test consists of five sections and all questions are of objective type (multiple choice questions). Each question has four options of which one is correct. Each correct answer will be awarded 1 mark. The wrong answer and unanswered questions will receive nil marks.


M.A. English Language and Literature
SectionSubjectNo. of questionsNo. of marks
A Reading Comprehension 25 50
B Grammar Usage 20 40
C Vocabulary in Context 20 40
D Language Aptitude 20 40
E Logical Reasoning 15 30
  Total 100 200

The test will be held online. The students can give the test through a computer, tablet or a mobile, which should have an internet connection and a working front camera. The test is web proctored and usage of any unfair means is forbidden. The login details for the test will be shared with the candidates prior to the exam.


Syllabus for M.A. English Language and Literature
Section Syllabus
A Reading Comprehension:General Reading Comprehension based on different texts/passages
B Grammar Usage:General english grammar and usage
C Vocabulary in Context: Use of words in different contexts.
D Language Aptitude: General English language skills to assess the ability of language use in different contexts.
E Logical Reasoning: General ability to interpret information, Patterns or number sequences.

M.A. Applied Psychology
SectionSubjectNo. of questionsNo. of marks
A Nature and Scope of Psychology 15 30
B Sensory and Perceptual Processes 15 30
C Physiological and cognitive bases of motivation 10 20
D Nature and Theories of Personality 10 20
E Nature of Intelligence 10 20
  Total 60 120

The test will be held online. The students can give the test through a computer, tablet or a mobile, which should have an internet connection and a working front camera. The test is web proctored and usage of any unfair means is forbidden. The login details for the test will be shared with the candidates prior to the exam.


50% in Written Examination for 120 marks is the cut-off for the Personal Interview for 80 marks. Applicants with an overall score of 120/200 would qualify for admission. The final selection of candidates for admission depends upon the rules of admission as stipulated by the University from time to time.


Syllabus for GAT M.A. Applied Psychology PG 2021
Section Syllabus
A Nature and Scope of Psychology, Historical perspective; Approaches: biological, evolutionary, cognitive, psychodynamic, humanistic, behavioral, cross-cultural perspective. Methods: Experiment, observation, interview, case-study, questionnaire
B Sensory and Perceptual Processes; Attention, perceptual organization, illusions; states of consciousness; Theories of Learning; Transfer of Learning; Functions and processes of memory; Memory Distortion; Thinking and Concept Formation.
C Physiological and cognitive bases of motivation, Expression and perception of emotions; physiological correlates and theories of emotion
D Nature and Theories of Personality, Personality Assessment
E Nature of intelligence, Theories and models of intelligence; genetic and environmental bases of individual differences in human behavior; psychological assessment and testing.

M.A. Economics
SectionSubjectNo. of questionsNo. of marks
A Microeconomics 15 30
B Macroeconomics 15 30
C Indian Economy 10 20
D Development Economics 10 20
E International Economics 10 20
  Total 60 120

The test will be held online. The students can give the test through a computer, tablet or a mobile, which should have an internet connection and a working front camera. The test is web proctored and usage of any unfair means is forbidden. The login details for the test will be shared with the candidates prior to the exam.


50% in Written Examination for 120 marks is the cut-off for the Personal Interview for 80 marks. Applicants with an overall score of 120/200 would qualify for admission. The final selection of candidates for admission depends upon the rules of admission as stipulated by the University from time to time.



Syllabus for GAT M.A. Economics PG 2021
Section Syllabus
A Microeconomics – Theory of Consumer Behaviour - Demand, Cardinal and Ordinal Utility Theories, Theory of Production and Costs, Market Structure – Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly.
B Macroeconomics – National Income Concepts, Theory of Employment – Classical and Keynesian Theories, Theory of Consumption and Saving, Theory of Demand for and Supply of Money.
C Indian Economy – Planning in India, Agricultural and Industrial Policies, Monetary and Fiscal Policies, Population, Poverty and Unemployment Situation, Indian Public Finance with a focus on Concepts on Budget.
D Development Economics – Economic Growth and Economic Development, Indicators of Economic Development – HDI, HPI, Inequality Measures, Theories and Approaches of Economic Development – Marx Theory, Schumpeter Theory, Big Push Theory, Balanced and Unbalanced Theory.
E International Economics – Theories of Trade – Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage and Heckscher and Ohlin Theory, Balance of Payments, Foreign Trade Policy of India, GATT and WTO.