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RPSC Syllabus

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RPSC Syllabus

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– : ENGLISH : –

Part – (i) (Secondary and Senior Secondary Standard)

Grammar and usage

  1. Parts of speech
  2. Determiners
  3. Tenses
  4. Subject-verb agreement
  5. Prepositions
  6. Transforming an Affirmative into Negative and Interogative Sentence.
  7. Passive Voice
  8. Direct/Indirect Speech
  9. Auxiliaries
  10. Conditional Sentences
  11. Phrasal Verbs
  12. Joining Sentences
  13. Transformation

Simple sentence into compound and complex sentence.

Other varied transformations.

  1. Degree (Positive/Comparative/Sup. Degree).
  2. Phonetic Transcription and Word Stress.
  3. Common Idioms & Phrases

Part – (ii) (Graduation Standard)

Grammar, Usage and Literature

  1. Basic Sentence Patterns.
  2. Phrase analysis in terms of M H M.
  3. Clause analysis in terms of SPOCA.
  4. Phonetic Symbols and Transcription.
  5. Reading comprehension and vocabulary.
  6. Synonyms and Antonyms.
  7. An acquaintance with literary forms.
  8. An acquaintance with major literary movements.
  9. An acquaintance with major Indian writers in English.

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Part – (iii) Teaching Methods

  1. Grammar – Translation method.
  2. Direct Method.
  3. Structural Method.
  4. Audio-Lingual Method.
  5. Communicative English language Teaching.
  6. Teaching Prose, Poetry, Grammar and Composition.
  7. Basic Principles of second language Teaching-Selection, Gradation, Presentation and

Exam Structure:

  • The question paper will carry maximum 300 marks.
  • Duration of question paper will be Two Hours Thirty Minutes.
  • The question paper will carry 150 questions of multiple choices.
  • Paper shall include following subjects carrying the number of marks as shown against them:
Knowledge of Secondary and Sr. Secondary Standard about relevant subject matter 150 questions  180 Marks 2 hours  30 minutes
Knowledge of Graduation Standard about relevant subject matter  80 Marks
Teaching Methods of relevant subject  40 Marks
 Total 300 Marks

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SR.TEACHER (GRADE-II), (Special Education)




  1. Indus Valley Civilization – its salient features.
  2. Vedic Age – Social and religious life.
  3. Budhism and Jainism – Teachings, Causes of rise and fall of Buddhism.
  4. Mauryas and Guptas.
  5. Bhakti and Suffi movements.
  6. Mughal Period – (-) – Administrative features and cultural achievements.
  7. Legecy of Shivaji.
  8. Freedom Movement –

Revolution of .

Birth of Congress.

Role of Mahatma Gandhi.

Partition of India.

  1. French Revolution, American War of Independence & Russian Revolution.
  2. League of Nations and the U.N.O.
  3. India’s role in World Peace.


  1. Motions of the earth and their effects, Latitudes – Longitudes.
  2. Interior of the Earth. Isostacy, Rocks, weathering.
  3. Atmosphere – Composition, Insolation, Pressure belts, winds..
  4. Ocean Currents, Tides and Salinity.
  5. India – Physical features, Climate, Soil, Natural vegetation, Drainage, Agriculture, Industries and Population.
  6. Rajasthan – Physical features, Climate, Soil, Natural vegetation, Drainage, Agriculture, Live Stock, Minerals, Industries and Population, Geographical Divisions.

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  1. Concepts of National Income.
  2. Basic concepts of Demand & Supply and Consumer Equilibrium.
  3. Concept of money supply and high powered money. Role and functions of Reserve Bank and commercial Bank.
  4. India’s Foreign Trade – Direction and Trends. Concept of Globalization, Privatization and Liberalization.
  5. Economic reforms and Planning in India. Important issues of Development with special Reference of Rajasthan.


  1. Political Theory – Traditional and Modern Perspective, Power, Sovereignty, Right, Liberty and Justice.
  2. Indian Constitution – Salient features, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties, Directive Principles of State Policy, Amendment procedure, Union and State Government – Legislature, Executive and Judiciary.
  3. Challenges to Indian democracy.
  4. Indian Foreign Policy- India’s relations with neighboring countries.
  5. Panchayati Raj Institutions and Urban Local Governments in Rajasthan.,


  1. Meaning, Nature and Perspective of Sociology, relationship with other Social Sciences (Political Science, History, Geography).
  2. Basic Concepts – Society, Social Structure, Social Group, Status & Role, Social change.
  3. Caste and Class – Meaning, Features, Change in Caste and Class.
  4. Current Social Problems – Casteism, Communalism, Poverty, Corruption, AIDS, Violence against woman.
  5. Concept of Varnashram, Dharma, Purusharth, Marriage, Family and kinship.


  1. Meaning, Scope, Nature and evolution of Public Administration as a discipline. Its role in developed and developing societies.
  2. Administrative behavior – Decision making, Moral, Motivation.
  3. Issues in Indian Administration – Relationship between Political and Permanent Executive, Peoples participation in Administration.
  4. Redressal of Citizens grievances – Lokpal, Lokayukts.
  5. District administration – Role and importance- District collector, Land and Revenue and developmental functions.


  1. Vedic and Upanishadic Philosophy: Basic concepts.
  2. Socratic view related the nature of knowledge and Socratic Method for getting correct definitions.
  3. Greek Ethics, Hedonism, Utilitarianism, Kantian Ethics, Freedom of Will, Theories of Punishment.
  4. Niskam Karma of Geeta, Ethics of Jainism, Buddhism and Gandhian Ethics, Astang sadhan of Yoga.

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  1. Nature, Scope and Concept of Social Studies. Aims and objectives of teaching of social studies at different levels.
  2. Correlation of social studies with other school subjects.
  3. Methods of Social Studies Teaching – Project, Problem-Solving, Social recitation.
  4. Innovative Practices – Role playing, Brain Storming, Field Trips, Concept mapping, case study and Action Research.
  5. Instructional Support System-Teaching aids in Social Studies, use of Maps, Print and Electronic Media and Computers in Social Studies Teaching, Adaptations of  material for teaching Children with disabilities.
  6. Qualities, Role and Professional growth of a teacher of Social Studies.
  7. Curriculum – Concept and objectives, National curriculum frame work .
  8. Planning of Teaching – Yearly, Unit and Daily Lesson Plan.
  9. Tools and Techniques of Evaluation, Various Types of Question, Blue Print and Preparation of achievement Test.

Exam Structure:

  • The question paper will carry maximum 300 marks.
  • Duration of question paper will be Two Hours Thirty Minutes.
  • The question paper will carry 150 questions of multiple choices.
  • Paper shall include following subjects carrying the number of marks as shown against them:
Knowledge of Secondary and Sr. Secondary Standard about relevant subject matter 150 questions  180 Marks 2 hours  30 minutes
Knowledge of Graduation Standard about relevant subject matter  80 Marks
Teaching Methods of relevant subject  40 Marks
 Total 300 Marks

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Senior Secondary Level

  1. Development of Sociology
  2. The Meaning of Sociology
  3. Subject matter of sociology
  4. Sociology and Social Sciences
  5. Society –Meaning , characteristics, Types of Society.
  6. Community – Meaning, Characteristics
  7. Social Group – Meaning and Types (Primary and Secondary)
  8. Family – Meaning, Features, Types
  9. Concept of Religion and Magic – Meaning, Characteristics and Types of Magic
  10. Marriage – Meaning, Aims, and Types of Hindu Marriage
  11. Indian Social Problems – Regionalism, Casteism, Communalism, Corruption
  12. Social Change – Meaning, Characteristics, Factors
  13. Institution – Meaning, Features and Types
  14. Association – Meaning, Features and Types, Difference between Association and Institution.
  15. Culture – Definition, Characteristics, Elements of Culture

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Graduation Level

  1. Sociological Perspective – Scientific and Humanistic Orientations to Sociological Study
  2. Social Structure – Meaning and Characteristics
  3. Status and Role – Definition, Characteristics, Types and Relation between Status and Role
  4. Socialization – Meaning, Characteristics, Stages and Agencies, Theories
  5. (Cooley, Mead, Freud)
  6. Social Control – Meaning, Characteristics, Types and Agencies
  7. Social Stratification and Mobility – Meaning, Forms and Theories of Stratification
  8. Social Process – Meaning, Characteristics and Types (Co-operation, Competition and Conflict
  9. Kinship – Meaning, Features, Kinship Usages
  10. Problems of Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes, Women and Minorities
  11. Population Profiles and related issues – Explosion, Consequences
  12. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency – meaning, Types of Crimes, Factors and
  13. Consequences
  14. Social Research – Meaning, Stages and Types
  15. Sampling – Meaning, Features and Types of Sampling
  16. Tools of Data Collection – Observation, Interview, Schedule and Questionnaire
  17. Hypothesis – Meaning, Characteristics, Types, Sources

Post-graduate Level

  1. Emergence of Social Thought – Comte-Positivism, Spencer-Social Drwinism, Super Organic Evolution
  2. Durkheim – Division of Labour, Suicide, Social Fact
  3. Maxweber – Social Action, Ideal Type, Views on Religion, Bureaucracy
  4. Karl Marx – Class and Class Conflict, Views on Social Change, Dialectical Materialism
  5. Process of Social Change – Sanskritization, Westernization, Modernization
  6. Post Modernism – Meaning and Features
  7. Liberalization and Globalization – Meaning, Features and Impact of Liberalization and Globalization on Indian Society

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Part – IV (Educational Psychology, Pedagogy, Teaching Learning Material, Use of computers and Information Technology in Teaching Learning)

  1. Importance of Psychology in Teaching-Learning :
  • Learner,
  • Teacher,
  • Teaching-learning process,
  • School effectiveness.
  1. Development of Learner
  • Cognitive, Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral development patterns and characteristics among adolescent learner.
  1. Teaching – Learning :
  • Concept, Behavioural, Cognitive and constructivist principles of learning and its implication for senior secondary students.
  • Learning characteristics of adolescent and its implication for teaching.
  1. Managing Adolescent Learner :
  • Concept of mental health and adjustment problems.
  • Emotional Intelligence and its implication for mental health of
  • Use of guidance techniques for nurturing mental health of adolescent.
  1. Instructional Strategies for Adolescent Learner :
  • Communication skills and its use.
  • Preparation and use of teaching-learning material during teaching.
  • Different teaching approaches: Teaching models- Advance organizer, Scientific enquiry, Information, processing, cooperative learning.
  • Constructivist principles based Teaching.
  1. ICT Pedagogy Integration :
  • Concept of ICT.
  • Concept of hardware and software.
  • System approach to instruction.
  • Computer assisted learning.
  • Computer aided instruction.
  • Factors facilitating ICT pedagogy integration.



  1. Everyday Science
  2. General Knowledge
  3. Mathematics

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General English

  • Tenses/Sequence of Tenses.
  • Voice: Active and Passive.
  • Narration: Direct and Indirect.
  • Transformation of Sentences: Assertive to Negative, Interrogative, Exclamatory and vice-versa.
  • Use of Articles and Determiners.
  • Use of Prepositions.
  • Translation of Simple (Ordinary/Common) Sentences from Hindi
  • English and vice-versa.
  • Correction of sentences including subject, Verb, Agreement, Degrees of Adjectives, Connectives and words wrongly used.
  • Glossary of official, Technical Terms (with their Hindi Versions)
  • Synonyms.
  • Antonyms.
  • One word substitution.
  • Forming new words by using prefixes and suffixes.
  • Confusable words.
  • Comprehension of a given passage.
  • Knowledge of writing letters :
  • Official, Demi Official, Circ
  • Ulars and Notices, Tenders.

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LDC/ Clerk Exam Pattern

Phase IGK, Science, Maths1501003 hr.
General Hindi & English1501003 hr.


Phase IIHindi Typing On Computer
Speed Test25 Mark10 min.
Efficiency Test25 Mark10 min.
English Typing on Computer
Speed Test25 Mark10 min.
Efficiency Test25 Mark10 min.

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RPSC Syllabus PDF

Exam NameSyllabus In PDF Format
LDC Paper IGet Details
LDC Paper IIGet Details
Asst. ProfessorGet Details
Sr. Teacher Gr II (Spl. Edu. [Urdu])Get Details
RAS/RTS Comb. Comp. Exam (English Version)Get Details
Statistical OfficerGet Details
Occupational TherapistGet Details
Town Planning AssistantGet Details
Asst. Director (ISMTC)Get Details
Inspector Factory (Chemistry)Get Details

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