Shivaji University Syllabus 2019 - Shivaji University, Kolhapur, announces the syllabus of Shivaji University 2019 for admission test along with the official notification. Shivaji University 2019 syllabus is available in online mode for various undergraduate and postgraduate courses. It is important for candidates appearing for the entrance test to refer to Shivaji University syllabus 2019 as they get to know the topics from which the questions are asked in the entrance test. Candidates are advised to kick start their preparations much in advance and start studying the topics mentioned in the syllabus of Shivaji University 2019. They can also make a timetable and assign time slots for each of the topics and prepare accordingly. Along with Shivaji University 2019 syllabus, candidates are also advised to go through the entrance test pattern so that they are not just aware of the question paper contents but also its structure. A fair idea of the exam pattern and syllabus heightens the candidates’ chances of scoring well in the entrance test, provided they work accordingly.
To summarise Shivaji University syllabus 2019, the questions to be asked are of graduation level; the syllabus for different years will have different weightage. There are 100 multiple choice based questions in the entrance examination, each for one mark. Candidates should note that there are no negative marking in the test.
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Shivaji University invites applications for its various UG/PG courses every year. Shivaji University admission 2019 had commenced from May 28, 2019, to June 07, 2019.
For more details related to the syllabus of Shivaji University 2019 like exam pattern, exam day instructions, dates of examination, answers to frequently asked questions, candidates can read further.
Before going through Shivaji University 2019 syllabus, candidates must go through the examination dates. They should make a serious note of these dates so that they do not miss skip appearing for the examination.
May 28, 2019 - June 07, 2019
Candidates can scroll down below to see the syllabus for Shivaji University 2019 for various courses.
Shivaji University 2019 Syllabus - M.Sc. Computer Science
BCS and BSc(Comp. Sci) final year syllabus
General Knowledge and Aptitude (MCQs) - 25 marks
General Communication in English and Knowledge of Soft Skills (MCQs) - 25 marks
Course Specific Subject Knowledge/Aptitude (MCQs) - 50 marks.
Indian Rural Economy, Rural Demography
Agencies and organisations of Rural Development in India
Government Schemes/Programmes for Rural Development in India
Basic Knowledge about Indian agriculture
Role of Cooperatives in Rural Development
Basic Concepts and their Meaning: Society, Rural Community, Development, Social Development, Rural Development, Sustainable Development, Globalization,
Social Welfare, Social Work
Major Social Reformers and their Work: Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Mahatma
Jotiba Phule, Vitthal Ramji Shinde, Maharshi Karve, Karmveer Bhaurao Patil, Chh. Shahu Maharaj and Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
Social Problems in India: Population Explosion, Unemployment, Poverty, Dowry,
Gender Discrimination and Inequality, Farmers’ suicide, Violation of Human Rights
Government Policies: Agriculture, Health, Population, Education, Women,
Rural Development: Panchayati Raj Institutions; Schemes and Experiments- Indira Awas Yojana, Provision of Urban Amenities in Rural Areas(PURA), Bharat Nirman,
MGNREGA, SGSY, NRLM, PMGSY; Ralegan Siddhi, Hiware Bazar, Anandvan
I: Foundation of Library and Information Science
Unit 1: Library as a Social Institution
Social and Historical foundation of Library
Different types of Libraries and their Features and Functions
Role of Library in formal and informal education.
Unit 2: Normative Principles of Library and Information Science
Five Laws of Library Science
Implications of Five Laws in Library and Information Science
Unit 3: Landmarks of Library Movements
Landmarks of Library Movements in U.K and U.S.A.
Library Movements in India
Unit 4: Library Development
Development of Libraries in India with Special Reference to Maharashtra.
Role of UGC in Developing Academic Libraries
Resource Sharing, Library Consortia
Unit 5: Laws Relating to Libraries and Information
Library legislation Need, Purpose and Features.
Library legislation in India
Press and registration act and delivery of books act (Public Libraries).
Copyright act and Intellectual Property Right (IPR)
Unit 6 : Library Education and Profession.
Librarianship as a Profession
Professional Qualities and Ethics
Professional Education and Research
Library Education in India
Unit 7 : Professional Associations
Role of Professional Associations in Library Development.
National Library Associations: ILA, IATLIS, IASLIC:
International Library Associations: IFLA, ALA, LA:
Promoters of Library and Information Services: RRRLF,UNESCO
Unit 8: Public Relations and Extension Activities:
Concept, Definition and Scope
Facets and Programmes
Library Publicity, Extension/Outreach Activities
II: Knowledge Organization, Information Processing and Retrieval
Unit 1 : Document Classification
Library Classification: Definition, Scope and Purpose
Notational System,Three Planes of Work.
Normative Principles of Classification and their Application.
Unit 2: Scheme of Classification
Overview of schemes of classification.
Call Number: Class Number, Book Number, Collection Number
New Trends in Library Classification.
Unit 3: Document Cataloguing
How to read a book technically.
Normative Principles of Cataloguing.
Overview of Standard Codes of Cataloguing
OPAC ( Online Public Access Catalogue)
Unit 4: Standards of Cataloguing Code
AACR II: Salient Features
Subject Heading: Definition, Evolution, Importance, Sear’s list and Library of
Congress list of Subject Headings.
Unit 5: Bibliographic Description
Overview of Principles and Practices in Document Description
Standards for Bibliographic Description: ISBD, ISBN, ISDN, ISSN
Unit 6: Standards for Document Description
Importance of document description
Machine Readable Catalogue ( MARC) : LCMARC, UKMARC, CANMARC,
UNIMARC, CCF, MARC21
Current trends in Standardization
Unit 7: Scheme of Classification
Detailed Study of CC
Facet Formula for Book Number according to CC
Unit 8: Standards of Cataloguing Code
CCC: Salient Features
Comparative study of AACRII and CCC
III: Management of Libraries and Information Centers
Unit 1 : Management
Principles and Functions of Management (POSDCORB)
Concept of Scientific Management
Unit 2 : Human Resource Management
Organizational structure of staff
Job Description, Job Analysis, Job Evaluation., Performance Appraisal
Motivation, group Dynamics
Delegation of Authority, Communication and Participation
Disciplines and Grievances
Unit 3: Financial Management
Cost effectiveness and Cost benefit analysis
Unit 4: Planning
Definition and Need
Policies and procedures
Risk Management, Contingency Management
Unit 5: System Analysis and Design
Graphical Network Technique : PERT,CPM
Performance evaluation standards
Performance measurement, Reengineering, Time and Motion study
Decision Tables and DFD (Data flow diagram)
SWOT (Strength, weakness, opportunities, threats)
Unit 6: Total Quality Management (TQM)
Quality audit, LIS related standards.
Unit 7: Library Housekeeping Operations:
Different sections of library and their functions.
Book Acquisition, Technical Processing, Circulation, Stock Verification, Wedding,
Collection Development and Collocation Management.
Annual Report Contents and Compilation
Unit 8: Management of Change
Concept of change
Changes in Procedures, Methods, Tools
Problems of incorporating change
Techniques of managing change
IV: Information Sources and Services
Unit 1: Fundamental Sources of Information
Categories of Information Sources: Primary, Secondary and Tertiary
Study of Reference Sources: Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Almanacs, Yearbooks,
Directories, Handbooks, Manuals, Bibliographies, Educational and Geographical
Unit 2: Information Sources and their evaluation
Evaluation of different types of Information sources
Electronic Information Sources : E-documents and databases
Unit 3: Information Service
Types of information service: Ready Reference, Long Range Reference, Referral
Information Services in different types of Libraries
Unit 4 : Web resources
Gateways, Digital libraries, forum, etc.
Unit 5. Information Service
Documentation Services: Abstracting, Indexing, Translation, Reprography, Alerting
Services-CAS and SDI
Document Delivery Service
Unit 6. Abstracting Service
Abstract: Meaning, Types : Indicative and Informative. Parts of an Abstract.
Abstracting Products: LISA,CAS,INSPEC
Unit 7: Indexing Systems
Pre-coordinate and Post coordinate- POPSI, PRECIS, KWIC, KWAC, KWOC and
Unit. 8. Information Systems and their Services.
Study of National and International Information Systems: Their Information Services
National Information Systems : NISCAIR, ICSSR
International Information Systems : MEDLARS, AGRIS
V: Information Technology Basics
Unit 1. Information Technology
Components of Information Technology
Applications of Information Technology
Unit 2 : Computer Basics
Introduction to Computers
Overview of Historical Development of Computers
Generations of Computers, Classification of Computers
Unit 3. Computer Architecture
Hardware: Various Input and Output devices
Various Storage devices used
Unit. 4. Computer Software
Operating Systems: Single & Multi User Systems, Basic features of MS-DOS, MS
Windows, Linux, UNIX, WindowsNT
Types of Softwares: System Software, Application Software
Programming Languages: Concept and Types, Algorithm and Flowcharting.
Unit. 5. Computer Applications in Libraries and Information Centers
Library Automation: Concept and its need
Automation of Housekeeping Operations: Acquisition, Cataloguing, Circulation, Serial
Control and OPAC
Unit 6. Database
Database: Concept, types, features, structure and use
DBMS Packages- CDS/ISIS, MS-Access, SQL (Basic features)
Unit. 7 Multimedia
Multimedia: definition and components
Applications of multimedia in Libraries & Information centres
Unit 8: Computer Networks
Network - Types, Topology and Components
Internet- Concept and Services
Applications in Library and Information Centres
Unit 9: Digital Library and Virtual Library
Basic Concepts and Objectives
Features and advantages
VI: Library and Users
Unit 1: Information Users and their needs
Identification of Information user
Categories of information users, Academic Community- Teachers and Students,
and Technologists, R & D Personnel, Other Professionals, Planners, Policy Makers,
Information Need- Definition and Models
Information Seeking Behaviors
Unit 2: Information Literacy
Definition and need,
Information Literacy Activities : Library Bibliographic instructions, Library tour,
Initiation to Freshman, Library Orientation.
Unit 3. User Orientation Programme
Need and objectives
Conventional and modern Techniques: Study tour, Newsletters, Handbooks,
PowerPoint Presentation, Websites
Unit 4: User Study
Meaning and importance
Planning and Organization
Methods/ Techniques of User Studies.
Methods for data collection : Proforma, Interview and Record Analysis
Evaluation of user study.
Unit 5: Techniques of Use Studies
Use studies in different types of libraries.
Quantitative and qualitative techniques.
Unit 6: User Education
Goals, Objectives and levels.
User Education Programme.
Evaluation of User Education Programme
Unit 7: User Education : Technique and Methods
Introduction: Programmed instructions in specified disciplines, resource based
Instructions, use of A/V aids
Information Literacy Models
Information literacy and lifelong learning.
Unit 8: Report Writing for Use & User studies
Basics of report writing, use of Standards (Style Manual)
Guidelines for report writing
News, Sports, Science etc.
Author and Books
Reasoning (Including Mathematical)
Number series; letter series; codes; Relationships; classification.
Understanding the structure of arguments; Evaluating and distinguishing deductive and inductive reasoning; Verbal analogies : Word analogy — Applied
analogy; Verbal classification. Reasoning Logical Diagrams : Simple
diagrammatic relationship, multi diagrammatic relationship
People and Environment
People and environment interaction; Sources of pollution;
Pollutants and their impact on human life, exploitation of natural and energy
resources; Natural hazards and mitigation
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Candidates are advised to go through the exam pattern of Shivaji University 2019 in order to know the question paper structure like the number of questions, maximum marks, marking scheme, level of questions, and so on.
Shivaji University 2019 Exam Pattern
Mode of the exam
Duration of the exam
Type of questions
1 mark for each correct answer; no negative marking
Questions of graduation level; first year - 10%, Second year - 10%, Third year - 80%
Candidates should carefully go through the exam pattern and syllabus of Shivaji University 2019 in order to have a fair idea of the contents and structure of the question paper.
A fair idea of the exam pattern will help candidates to come up with exam day strategies like how to finish the paper in time, how to attempt multiple choice-based questions, and so on. Once candidates have known and prepared the syllabus, they will be able to locate their weaker areas or the topics which they find difficult. Accordingly, candidates can decide whether they should attempt those questions first or at the end in the entrance test. Such strategies not only help students to finish the paper on time but also attempt the entire paper confidently.
Candidates should start collecting relevant material on each of the topics mentioned in Shivaji University syllabus 2019 and start studying and practising them.
To finish the whole syllabus on time, it is best for candidates to make a timetable, assign time slots to each topic, and study accordingly. This timetable should be followed on a regular basis.
Instead of leaving their preparation for last moment, it is best that candidates start revising smaller chunks of Shivaji University 2019 syllabus on a daily basis. This will not only help candidates to retain the information better but also ensure that they are perfect at whatever they have learnt.
Candidates should ensure that they carry their admit cards along with a valid photo identity proof. If candidates fail to bring these documents, they will be barred from sitting for the examination.
If the online answering system fails, candidates will be required to mark their answers in the OMR sheet with a black ball pen.
After downloading the admit card, candidates should confirm their seat numbers by clicking on the official link given in the website five days before the examination.
Candidates should report to their exam centres well on time. They should refrain from being for the examination even by a second.
For admissions to postgraduate courses, candidates will be asked questions of graduation level. The weightage breakup as per Shivaji University syllabus 2019 is as follows - First year syllabus - 10%, Second year syllabus - 10%, Third year syllabus - 20%.
Yes. The topics mentioned in the syllabus are the ones from which there will be questions in the entrance paper. Therefore, it is advised that candidates are thorough with all the topics mentioned in the syllabus.
There will be 100 multiple choice based questions in total. Each question will be of one mark. The exam will be for 90 minutes and will be conducted in online mode. As per Shivaji University 2019 syllabus, the level of questions to be asked in the entrance test paper will be of graduation level.
No. there is no negative marking. So there is some chance for candidates to do guess work to answer their questions. However, it is advisable that candidates prepare the syllabus of Shivaji University 2019 thoroughly so that they do not have to resort to guesswork.
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For M.Sc. chemistry in Shivaji University, Kolhapur:
The University website does not mention number of seats explicity. The selection is based on minimum marks scored by students in the entrance examination.
The minimum eligibility for BDS in Shivaji University is passing senior secondary examination with an aggregate score of 50% from a recognized board or equivalent examination and have Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English as subjects in 12th class. The admissions are taken by conducting entrance tests. The candidates with their senior secondary examination results awaited are welcomed to apply for this course.
You must visit the official website for MHTCET and fill in the details in the set format by proceeding to MHT CET 2019 Registration. You need to upload a recent passport size photograph and signature in the space allocated for the same in the form.You must maintain and retain a valid mobile number, email id for late use relating to the application form.The print out of the application must be taken within a duration of 24 hours of filling in the details in the application form online. You will receive a notification for the availability of admit cards after which you can download the same from the website.The application fee of Rs. 800/- (Rs. 600/- for candidates belonging to reserved categories) must be paid at any nearby SBI branch. For offline admission you must visit the alloted department.
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