F Syllabus for Ph. D Entrance Test | Starex University | Gurugram, Haryana

Ph D Program

Research & Methodology

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Meaning & Objectives of research, Types of research, Significance of research, Research & Scientific method, Research process & Outcomes, Definition, Important techniques of defining research problem, Formation of research problem. Objectives of research problem, Internet basics, Internet protocol, Search engines, seaching hints, Use of advance search techniques, Qualitative reasearch, Scale,Sampling, Questionnaire, Primary & Secondary data and tools of analysis


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Micro-Economics, Macro-Economics, Quantitative Analysis and current economic affairs and general aptitude


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Perceptual processes, Memory and forgetting, Learning processes, Intelligence and Aptitude, Personality, Motivation and Emotion, Research Methods in Psychology, Biological basis of behaviour.


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The entrance test shall be having multiple choice questions (MCQs).The syllabus for the written test in Mathematics is based on the typical syllabus followed by any Indian University for B.Sc. and M.Sc. degree courses. The objective of entrance examination is basically to test the basic understanding and knowledge in the area of General concept of Mathematics, Real Analysis, Algebra, Linear Algebra, Complex Analysis, Function of Complex Variable, Numerical Analysis, Operation Research, Mathematical Statistics, Differential Calculus, Differential Equations, Discrete Mathematics, Topology etc.


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Business Studies, Economics, Accounting and finance, Business management, Business Environment, GST, Banking & Financial Institution, Human Resources Management, Financial management, Sales and Marketing management, Business Mathematics, Research Aptitude


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General management, Business Studies, financial management, HRM, marketing management, Business Strategy, Research Aptitude and Research Methodology, Micro/macro/Managerial Economics, Quantitative Analysis, Operations Research, Business Mathematics;


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General syllabus of standard universities upto post graduate level.History of microbial world: history development of microbes, identification, structure and classification of microbes; Microbial ecology and ecosystems, microbial interactions, microbial growth, nutrition and metabolism; Soil and environmental microbiology; Industrial and food microbiology, Microbial techniques.

Computer Science

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Graph Theory, Set Theory and Algebra, Probability, Digital Logic, Data Structure,Computer organization and architecture, Algorithms, Theory of Computation, Compiler Design, Operating System, Databases, Software Engineering, Computer Networks, Web Technologies.


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In general, the syllabus for the Admissions Tests in Physics (Written and Interview) is typically a course of studies in Physics as the main subject in the Undergraduate and Masters levels in an Indian University. The questions in the written test (multiple choice type) and the interviews are distributed over the following areas: Classical Mechanics; Mathematics relevant to Physics; Electricity and Magnetism; Quantum Mechanics; Heat, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics; General Physics; Modern Physics; Electronics and Experimental Physics.


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The syllabus for the Written test in Chemistry is similar to the typical standard syllabus followed in any Indian university for the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degree course. The questions are aimed at testing the basic understanding and knowledge in the areas of physical, organic, inorganic, analytical, electro and quantum chemistry, biophysics, thermodynamics, spectroscopy (NMR, fluorescence, IR, UV and X-ray), logic and statistics and mathematical methods.


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General syllabus of standard universities up to post graduate level. Cell biology, Molecular biology, Gene structure and regulation, Recombinant DNA Technology, Molecular biology techniques, Biomolecules and metabolism, Enzymology, Hybridoma technology, Gene cloning, Tissue culture, Genetic engineering (plant and animal)

Pharmaceutical Science

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The Syllabus for the written test and Interview in Pharmaceutical Sciences is strictly according to the syllabus followed by the Pharmacy Council of India for the B.Pharm and M.Pharm. The questions are based on the basic concepts in the areas of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacognosy, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Analysis and different Spectroscopy Techniques (NMR, fluorescence, IR, UV, Mass, X-ray etc.)


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Philosophical foundation of Education

Relationship of education & philosophy, western school of philosophy, Realism, Naturalism, Pragmatism, Indian school of philosophy, Contributions of Vivekananda, Tagor, Gandhi & Aurobindo to educational thinking

Modern concept of Philosophy

Analysis, logical analysis, logical empiricism & Positive relativism

Sociological foundation of Education

Relationship of Sociology & education, Meaning & nature of Educational Sociology, Education – as a Social Sub-system, specific characteristics, Education & the community with special reference to Indian society, Education & democracy, Meaning & nature of Social changes

Psychological foundations of Education

Relationship of education & psychology, progress of growth & development, Development of concept formation, Individual differences Intelligence-its theories & measurements, learning & motivation, theories of learning lewin’s field theory

Methodology of Educational Research nature & Scope of educational research formulation of research problem

Nature & scope of educational research, Scientific inquiry & theory development – some emerging trends in research, fundamental of research problem, developing assumptions & hypothesis in various types of research

Political Science

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Indian Government & politics:

Fundamental Rights and Parliament, President, Prime Minister, Center State Relations, Federalism, Judicial system: Supreme Court, High Court, PIL cases Social movements in India

International Relations:

Realism, Neo-realism, Feminism, United Nations , Cold War, International Organizations: WTO, IMF, World Bank Regional Organizations: SAARC, ASEAN, BRICS India's foreign policy: India's Act East Policy, Relations With neighbor countries, India- U.S relations, India- China Relations

Political Theory & thoughts:

Liberalism and Idealism, Post-modernism, Socialism, Marism Plato, Aristotle, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke,J. J. Russeau, Hegel, J.S Mill, karl Marx, Machiavelli, J. Bentham, John Rawls, M.K.Gandhi, Nehru, Kautilya, Aurobindo Ghosh, M. N. Roy, V D Savarkar, B.R Ambedkar, J.P. Narayan, Tilak

Comparative Politics and Analysis:

Approaches: Institutional, Political culture, Political Economy and New Institutionalism, Comparative Methods.

State Theory: Debate over the nature of state in capitalist and socialist societies; post colonial state; welfare state; globalization and nation state. Constitution and constitutionalism: Forms of constitutions, rule of law, judicial independence and liberal constitutionalism. Comparing of regimes: Authoritarian and Democratic. Classification of Political system: Parliamentary and Presidential, Federal and Unitary. Development: Underdevelopment, Dependency, Modernization, World system theory, Development and democracy.