Mizoram Civil Services Exam 2021

Eligibility | Dates | Pattern | Syllabus

Last Updated on 12th October, 2021

Mizoram Civil Services Exam is conducted by Mizoram Public Service Commission (MPSC) for direct recruitment to the Junior Grade of the Mizoram Civil Service, Mizoram Police Service, Mizoram Finance and Accounts Service and Mizoram Information Service.

On the constitution of Mizoram as the full-fledged State of India in 1987, the Mizoram Public Service Commission came into existence in 1991. Since then MPSC is conducting Mizoram Civil Services Examination once a year to fill up the vacancies in administrative positions under State Cadre.

Exam Highlights
Level of Exam Graduate, State Level
Exam Medium English
Exam Frequency Once in a year
Purpose of the Exam To recruit the qualified candidates in various civil services within the state.
Conducting Body Mizoram Public Service Commission

MCSE Exam Eligibity Criteria 2021

  1. Nationality
    • The candidate must be a citizen of India
    • He/She must be a permanent resident of the state of Mizoram provided that a candidate will also be eligible if his parents or any of his ancestors in his direct lineage are the permanent residents of the State, with proper documentary proof like enrolment in Electoral Roll and Birth Certificate.

  2. Educational Qualification
    • The candidate must hold at least a degree from a recognised University
    • He/She must possess basic knowledge of computer application
    • He/She must have a working knowledge of Mizo Language of at least Middle School standard.

  3. Age Limit
  4. The age of the candidate to appear in the MCSE examination should be minimum of 21 years and maximum of 35 years.
    However, there are age relaxations for candidates belonging to the reserved categories. They are given below in the table:
    Category Upper Age Limit
    SC/ST 40 years
    Other Backward Class 38 years
    PwD 45 years
    PwD (SC/ST) 50 years
    PwD (OBC) 48 years
    State Government Employee 40 years
    Disabled Defence services personnel 45 years

  5. Restrictions on Attempts
  6. There is no attempt restriction for the candidates provided the upper age limit has not been exceeded.

MCSE Exam Important Dates 2021

Event Date
Starting Date of Application To be notified
Last Date of Application To be notified
Last Date of Payment of Fee To be notified
Date of Preliminary Examination To be notified
Date of Result To be notified

MCSE Exam Pattern 2021

Mizoram Civil Service Examination pattern can be segregated into three stages:
Stage I: Preliminary examination consists of two papers of objective type (General Studies Paper-I and Aptitude Test Paper-II) carrying 200 marks each of 2 (two) hours duration.
Stage II: After that, Mains examination consisting of eight papers of conventional (essay) type.
Stage III: This stage consists of a Personality Test (Interview).

Pattern for Preliminary Exam

Sl. No. Name of the Paper/Section Nature Nos. of Questions Question Type Duration Negative Marking Marks
1 Paper I: General Studies
Qualifying Nature Objective (Multiple Choice) 120 mins One third of the marks will be deducted for each wrong answer 200
2 Paper II: Aptitude Test
Qualifying Nature Objective (Multiple Choice) 120 mins One third of the marks will be deducted for each wrong answer 200

Pattern for Main Exam

In the Mains examination, besides 6 compulsory papers, there will be two optional papers from one subject. The candidate will have to select any of the following subjects:

  1. Agriculture
  2. Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science
  3. Anthropology
  4. Botany
  5. Chemistry
  6. Civil Engineering
  7. Commerce & Accountancy
  8. Economics
  9. Education
  10. Electrical Engineering
  11. English
  12. Forestry
  13. Geography
  14. Geology
  15. History
  16. Home Science
  17. Law
  18. Management
  19. Mathematics
  20. Mechanical Engineering
  21. Medical Science
  22. Mizo
  23. Philosophy
  24. Physics
  25. Political Science & International Relations
  26. Psychology
  27. Public Administration
  28. Sociology
  29. Statistics
  30. Zoology
Sl. No. Name of the Paper/Section Nature Nos. of Questions Question Type Duration Negative Marking Marks
1 Paper I: General English

The aim of the paper is to test the candidate’s ability to read and understand serious discursive prose and to express his ideas clearly and correctly in English.

Merit Ranking Nature Descriptive 180 mins 100
2 Paper II: General Essay
Merit Ranking Nature Descriptive 180 mins 100
3 Paper III: General Studies I

This paper covers topics like Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society.

Merit Ranking Nature Descriptive 180 mins 100
4 Paper IV: General Studies II

This paper covers topics like Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations.

Merit Ranking Nature Descriptive 180 mins 100
5 Paper V: General Studies III

This paper covers topics like Technology, Economic Development, Biodiversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management.

Merit Ranking Nature Descriptive 180 mins 100
6 Paper VI: General Studies IV

This paper covers topics like Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude.

Merit Ranking Nature Descriptive 180 mins 100
7 Paper VII (Optional Subject)

This is the first paper on an optional subject.

Merit Ranking Nature Descriptive 180 mins 100
8 Paper VII (Optional Subject)

This is the second paper on the optional subject.

Merit Ranking Nature Descriptive 180 mins 100

Pattern for Personality Test

Total marks allotted: 100

The candidates shall be interviewed by the Board constituted by the Mizoram Public Service Commission.

MCSE Exam Syllabus 2021

Syllabus for Preliminary Exam

1 Prelims Paper I: General Studies

  • Current events of national and international importance.
  • History of India and Indian national movement.
  • Indian and World Geography- physical, social, economic geography of India and the world.
  • Indian polity and governance – Constitution, political system, Panchayati raj, public policy, rights issues, etc.
  • Economic and social development – sustainable development, poverty, inclusion, demographics, social sector initiatives etc.
  • General issues on environmental ecology, bio-diversity and climate change that do not require subject specialization.
  • General Science.
  • General Awareness on Mizo Society, its culture and heritage.

2 Prelims Paper II: Aptitude Test

  • English language comprehension skills (Class X level)
  • Interpersonal skills including communication skills
  • Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  • Decision making and problem-solving
  • General mental ability
  • Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude etc. (Class X level), Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. – Class X level)

Syllabus for Main Exam

1 Mains Paper I: General English

  • Comprehension of given passages.
  • Précis Writing
  • Usage and Vocabulary
  • Letter writing

2 Mains Paper II: General Essay

Candidates may be required to write essays on multiple topics. They will be expected to keep close to the subject of the essay to arrange their ideas in an orderly fashion and to write concisely. Credit will be given for effective and exact expression.

3 Mains Paper III: General Studies I

Unit I:

  • Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from ancient to modern times.
  • Mizo heritage and culture

Unit II:

  • Modern Indian history from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the present significant events, personalities, issues
  • The Freedom Struggle – its various stages and important contributors/ contributions from different parts of the country.
  • Post-independence consolidation and reorganization within the country.
  • History of the world will include events from 18th century such as industrial revolution, world wars, re-draw of national boundaries, colonization, decolonization, political philosophies like communism, capitalism, socialism etc. their forms and effect on the society.

Unit III: 

  • Salient features of Indian Society, Diversity of India
  • Role of women and women’s organization, population and associated issues, poverty and developmental issues, urbanization, their problems and their remedies.
  • Effects of globalization on Indian society
  • Social empowerment, communalism, regionalism & secularism.

Unit IV:

  • Salient features of the world’s physical geography.
  • Distribution of key natural resources across the world (including South Asia and the Indian subcontinent); factors responsible for the location of primary, secondary, and tertiary sector industries in various parts of the world (including India
  • Important Geophysical phenomena such as earthquakes, Tsunami, Volcanic activity, cyclone etc., geographical features and their location changes in critical geographical features (including water bodies and ice-caps) and in flora and fauna and the effects of such changes.

4 Mains Paper IV: General Studies II

Unit I:

  • Indian Constitution historical underpinnings, evolution, features, amendments, significant provisions and basic structure.
  • Functions and responsibilities of the Union and the States, issues and challenges pertaining to the federal structure, devolution of powers and finances up to local levels and challenges therein.
  • Separation of powers between various organs, dispute redressal, mechanisms and institutions
  • Comparison of the Indian constitutional scheme with that of other countries
  • Parliament and State Legislatures structure, functioning, the conduct of business, powers & privileges and issues arising out of these.
  • Structure, organization and functioning of the Executive and the Judiciary. Ministries and Departments of the Government; pressure groups and formal/informal associations and their role in the Polity.
  • Salient features of the Representation of People’s Act.
  • Appointment to various Constitutional posts, powers, functions and responsibilities of various Constitutional Bodies.
  • Statutory, regulatory and various quasi-judicial bodies
  • Governance and politics in Mizoram since 1947

Unit II:

  • Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation.
  • Development processes and the development industry – the role of NGOs, SHGs, various groups and associations, donors, charities, institutional and other stakeholders
  • Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population by the Centre and States and the performance of these schemes; mechanisms, laws, institutions and Bodies constituted for the protection and betterment of these vulnerable sections
  • Issues relating to the development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health, Education, Human Resources.
  • Issues relating to poverty and hunger

Unit III:

  • Important aspects of governance – transparency and accountability, e-governance applications, models, successes, limitations and potential; citizens charters – transparency & accountability, institution and other measures.
  • Role of civil services in a democracy

Unit IV:

  • India and its neighbourhood relations.
  • Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests
  • Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India’s interests, Indian diaspora.
  • Important International institutions, agencies and fora – their structure, mandate.

5 Mains Paper V: General Studies III

Unit I:

  • Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization of resources, growth, development and employment
  • Inclusive growth and issues arising from it.
  • Government Budgeting
  • Major crops – cropping patterns in various parts of the country, different types of irrigation and irrigation systems, storage, transport and marketing of agricultural produce and issues and related constraints; e technology in the aid of farmers.
  • Issues related to direct and indirect farm subsidies and minimum support prices; Public Distribution System – objectives, functioning, limitations, revamping; issues of buffer stocks and food security; Technology missions; economics of animal rearing
  • Food processing and related industries in India scope and significance, location, upstream and downstream requirements, supply chain management.
  • Land reforms in India
  • Effects of liberalization on the economy, changes in industrial policy and their effects on industrial growth.
  • Infrastructure: Energy, Ports, Roads, Airports, Railways etc.
  • Investment models.

Unit II: 

  • Science and technology developments and their applications and effects in everyday life
  • Achievements of Indians in science & technology; indigenization of technology and developing new technology.
  • Awareness in the fields of IT, Space, Computers, robotics, nanotechnology, biotechnology and issues relating to intellectual property rights.

Unit III:

  • Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, environmental impact assessment
  • Disaster and disaster management.

Unit IV: 

  • Linkages between development and spread of extremism.
  • Role of external state and non-state actors in creating challenges to internal security.
  • Challenges to internal security through communication networks, the role of media and social networking sites in internal security challenges, basics of cybersecurity; money-laundering and its prevention
  • Security challenges and their management in border areas; linkages of organized crime with terrorism
  • Various Security forces and agencies and their mandate

6 Mains Paper VI: General Studies IV

Unit I:

  • Ethics and Human Interface: Essence, determinants and consequences of Ethics in human actions; dimensions of ethics; ethics in private and public relationships. Human Values – lessons from the lives and teachings of great leaders, reformers and administrators; the role of family, society and educational institutions in inculcating values.

Unit II:

  • Attitude: content, structure, function; its influence and relation with thought and behaviour; moral and political attitudes; social influence and persuasion
  • Aptitude and foundational values for Civil Service, integrity, impartiality and non-partisanship, objectivity, dedication to public service, empathy, tolerance and compassion towards the weaker sections.
  • Emotional intelligence concepts, and their utilities and application in administration and governance
  • Contributions of moral thinkers and philosophers from India and the world.

Unit III:

  • Public/Civil service values and Ethics in Public administration: Status and problems; ethical concerns and dilemmas in government and private institutions; laws, rules, regulations and conscience as sources of ethical guidance; accountability and ethical governance; strengthening of ethical and moral values in governance; ethical issues in international relations and funding; corporate governance.
  • Probity in Governance: Concept of public service; Philosophical basis of governance and probity; Information sharing and transparency in government, Right to Information, Codes of Ethics, Codes of Conduct, Citizen’s Charters, Work culture, Quality of service delivery, Utilization of public funds, challenges of corruption.

Unit IV:

  • Case Studies on the above issues.

7 Mains Paper VII (Optional Subject)

See the table given below in the note.

8 Mains Paper VII (Optional Subject)

See the table given below in the note.

Points Related to the Main Exam

Sl. No Optional Subjects Paper I Paper-II
1. Agriculture Part A

  • Unit I: Ecology and its relevance, natural resources
  • Unit II: Cropping patterns, Organic and Precision farming
  • Unit III: Farm management, Marketing management
  • Unit IV: Agricultural extension, socio-economic survey

Part B

  • Unit I: forestry plantations, Propagation of forest plants
  • Unit II: Soil- physical, Soils of India
  • Unit III: Soil conservation, Soil erosion
  • Unit IV: Water-use efficiency, Drip and sprinkler irrigation
Part A

  • Unit I: Cell structure, Synthesis
  • Unit II: Plant breeding, reproduction
  • Unit III: Seed production
  • Unit IV: Enzymes, photosynthesis, photoperiodism and vernalilzation

Part B

  • Unit I: Major fruits, Post harvest technology
  • Unit II: Diagnosis of pests, vegetables
  • Unit III: Food production, Food security
  • Unit IV: Processing constraints, Micro nutrient deficiency


2. Animal Husbandry And Veterinary Science
Part A

  • Unit I: Partitioning of food energy
  • Unit II: Conservation of fodders
  • Unit III: Blood constituents
  • Unit IV: Animal Reproduction

Part B

  • Livestock Production and Management
  • Genetics and Animal Breeding

Part A

  • Anatomy and Pharmacology
  • Animal Diseases

Part B

  • Veterinary Public Health
  • Milk and Milk Products Technology
  • Meat Hygiene
  • Meat Technology
3. Anthropology
Part A

  • development of Anthropology
  • Characteristics of Primates
  • The Nature of Culture
  • Family
  • Economic organization

Part B

  • Anthropological theories
  • Research methods
  • Human Genetics
  • Concept of human growth

Part A

  • Evolution of the Indian Culture
  • Emergence and growth of anthropology in India
  • Caste system in India
  • Indian Village

Part B

  • Tribal situation in India
  • Problems of exploitation of SC and ST
  • Impact of Hinduism
  • Role of anthropology
4. Botany Part A

  • Unit I: Microbiology and Plant Pathology
  • Unit II: Cryptogams and Phanerogram
  • Unit III: Plant Systematics
  • Unit IV: Families of Angiosperms

Part B

  • Unit I: Plant Development
  • Unit II: Economic Botany
  • Unit III: Morphogenesis
  • Unit IV: Plant Anatormy
Part A

  • Unit I: Cell Biology
  • Unit II: Genetics, Molecular Biology and Evolution
  • Unit III: Ecology
  • Unit IV: Environment and Conservation

Part B

  • Unit I Plant Breeding and Biotechnology
  • Unit II: Biostatistics
  • Unit III: Plant Physiology
  • Unit IV: Biochemistry
5. Chemistry Part A

  • Unit I: Solid State Chemistry
  • Unit II: The Gaseous State and Transport Phenomenon
  • Unit III: Surface Chemistry
  • Unit IV: Chemical Kinetics

Part B

  • Unit I: Atomic Structure
  • Unit II: Chemical Bonding
  • Unit III: Chemistry of s- and p- Block Elements
  • Unit IV: Chemistry of Lanthanides and Actinides
Part A

  • Unit I: Delocalised covalent bonding
  • Unit II: Reaction mechanisms
  • Unit III: Pericyclic reactions
  •  Unit IV: Preparation and Properties of Polymers

Part B

  • Unit I: Synthetic uses of reagents
  • Unit II: Photochemistry
  • Unit III: Spectroscopy
  • Unit IV: Electronic
6. Civil Engineering Part A

  • Unit I: Engineering Mechanics
  • Unit II: Strength of Materials
  • Unit III: Structural Analysis
  • Unit IV: Design of Structures

Part B

    • Unit I: Fluid Mechanics
  • Unit II: Boundary layer
  • Unit III: Hydraulic Machines and Hydropower
  • Unit IV: Geotechnical Engineering
Part A

  • Unit I: Construction Technology
  • Unit II: Construction Planning and Management
  • Unit III: Surveying and Transportation Engineering
  • Unit IV: Railway Engineering

Part B

  •  Unit I: Hydrology, Water Resources and Engineering
  • Unit II: Irrigation Engineering
  • Unit III: Environmental Engineering
  • Unit IV: Environmental pollution
7. Commerce & Accountancy Part A

  • Unit I: Financial Accounting
  • Unit II: Cost Accounting
  • Unit III: Taxation
  • Unit IV: Auditing

Part B

  • Unit I: Finance Function
  • Unit II: Financing Decisions
  • Unit III: Indian Financial System
  • Unit IV: Financial Services
Part A

  • Unit I: Organisation Theory
  • Unit II: Modern Concepts of Organisation Theory
  • Unit III: Meaning and Concept
  •  Unit IV: Management of Conflicts in Organizations.

Part B

  • Unit I: Meaning, Nature and Scope of HRM
  • Unit II: Performance Appraisal and 360° Feed Back
  • Unit III: Meaning, Nature, Importance and Scope of IR
  • Unit IV Worker’s Participation in Management
8. Economics Part A

  • Advanced Micro Economics
  • Advanced Macro Economics

Part B

  • Money – Banking and Finance
  • International Economics
  • Growth and Development
Part A

  • Indian Economy in Pre-Independence Era
  • Indian Economy after Independence: The Pre Liberalization Era

Part B

  • Indian Economy after Independence
  • The Pre Liberalization Era
9. Education Part A

  • Unit I: Psychological Foundation of Education
  • Unit II: Philosophical Foundations of Education
  • Unit III: Sociological Foundation of Education
  • Unit IV: Pedagogy

Part B

  • Unit I: Development of Education in Ancient and Medieval India
  • Unit II: Development of Education in British India and Independent India
  • Unit III: Issues in India Education
  • Unit IV: Modern Trends in Indian Education
Part A

  • Unit I: Fundamentals of Educational Research
  • Unit II: Conduct of Educational Research
  • Unit III: Statistics in Education
  • Unit IV: Evaluation in Education

Part B

  • Unit I: Educational Management
  • Unit II: Educational Technology
  • Unit III: Educational Guidance
  • Unit IV: Curriculum Construction
10. Electrical Engineering Part A

  • Unit I: Basics and Circuit Theory
  • Unit II: Electromagnetic theory
  • Unit III: Electrical Machines
  • Unit IV: Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation

Part B

  • Unit I: Power System
  • Unit II: Computer aided power systems
  • Unit III: Control Engineering
  • Unit IV: Electronics
Part A

  • Unit I: Power Electronics and Electrical Drives
  • Unit II: Micro-processors and Micro-Computers
  • Unit III: Analog and Digital Communication
  • Unit IV: Fibre Optic Systems

Part B

  • Unit I: Energy Management
  • Unit II: Power System Protection
  • Unit III: Stability
  • Unit IV: Signals, Systems and Digital Signal Processing
11. English Part A

  • Unit I: William Shakespeare: King Lear and The Tempest
  • Unit II: John Donne
  • Unit III: John Milton : Paradise Lost
  • Unit IV: William Wordsworth

Part B

  • Unit I: Jonathan Swift. Gulliver’s Travels
  • Unit II: Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice
  • Unit III: Charles Dickens. Hard Times
  • Mark Twain. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Part A (poems by)

  • Unit I: William Butler Yeats
  • Unit II: W.H. Auden
  • Unit III: A.K. Ramanujan
  • Unit IV: John Osborne

Part B

  • Unit I: Joseph Conrad. Lord Jim
  • Unit II: D.H. Lawrence. Sons and Lovers
  • Unit III: Virginia Woolf. Mrs Dalloway
  • Unit IV: Raja Rao. Kanthapura
12. Forestry Part A

  • Silviculture
  • Silvicultural Systems
  • Silviculture-Mangrove and Cold desert
  • Silviculture of trees

Part B

  • Agroforestry, Social Forestry, Joint Forest Management and Tribology
  • Forest Soils, Soil Conservation and Watershed Management: Forest Soils
  • Environmental Conservation and Biodiversity
  • Tree-Improvement and Seed Technology
Part A

  • Forest Management and Management System
  • Forest Working Plan
  • Forest Mensuration and Remote Sensing
  • Surveying and Forest Engineering

Part B

  • Forest Ecology and Ethnobotany
  • Forest Protection & Wildlife Biology
  • Forest Economics and Legislation
13. Geography Part A

  • Unit-I : Geomorphology
  • Unit-II : Climatology
  • Unit-III : Oceanography
  • Unit-IV : Biogeography

Part B

  • Unit-I : Perspectives in Human Geography
  • Unit II: Economic Geography
  • Unit III: Population and Settlement Geography
  • Unit IV: Regional Planning
  • Unit-V: Models, Theories and Laws in Human Geography
Part A

  • Unit-I : Physical aspect and Resources
  • Unit-II : Agriculture
  • Unit-III : Industry
  • Unit-IV : Transport

Part B

  • Unit-I : Cultural aspect and Settlements
  • Unit-II : Regional Development and Planning
  • Unit-III : Political Aspects
  • Unit-IV : Contemporary Issues
14. Geology Part A

  • General Geology
  • Geomorphology and Remote Sensing
  • Hydrogeology
  • Engineering Geology

Part B

  • Structural Geology
  • Paleontology
  • Principles of Stratigraphy
  • Indian Stratigraphy
Part A

  • Crystallography and Mineralogy
  • Igneous Petrology aphy:ed Technology
  • Metamorphic Petrology
  • Sedimentary Petrology

Part B

  • Economic Geology
  • Mining Geology
  • Geochemistry
  • Environmental Geology
15. History Part A

  • Unit I: Sources
  • Unit II: Megalithic Cultures
  • Unit III: Mauryan Empire
  • Unit IV: Guptas, Vakatakas and Vardhanas

Part B

  • Unit I: Early Medieval India, 750-1200
  • Unit II: The Fourteenth Century
  • Unit III: The Fifteenth and early Sixteenth Century
  • Unit IV: Economy and Society in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
Part A

  • Unit I: European Penetration into India
  • Unit II: Economic Impact of British Colonial Rule
  • Unit III: Indian Response to British Rule
  • Unit IV: Politics of Separatism

Part B

  • Unit I: Enlightenment and Modern ideas
  • Unit II: Nation-State System
  • Unit III: World Wars
  • Unit IV: Unification of Europe
16. Home Science Part A

  • Unit I: Introduction to Home Management
  • Unit II: : Family as economic unit
  • Unit III: Introduction to Extension Education
  • Unit IV: Introduction to Family and Child Welfare

Part B

  • Unit I: : Introduction to Textile Fibre
  • Unit II: Fashion Design – elements of fashion design
  • Unit III: Cardio-vascular system
  • Unit IV: Child Psychology
Part A

  • Unit I: Foods
  • Unit II: Malnutrition and optimum nutrition
  • Unit III: Introduction to Organic Chemistry
  • Unit IV: Definition and scope of Biochemistry

Part B

  • Unit I: Concept of Human Development
  • Unit II: Prenatal period
  • Unit III: Introduction to Mother and Child Health Care
  • Unit IV: Introduction to Early Childhood Education
17. Law Part A

  • Unit I: Constitutional and Constitutionalism
  • Unit II: Constitutional position of the President and relation with the Council of Ministers.
  • Unit III: Supreme Court and High Courts
  • Unit IV: Principles of natural justice

Part B

  • Unit I: Nature and definition of international law
  • Unit II: Territorial jurisdiction of States, Extradition and Asylum
  • Unit III: Law of the Sea
  • Unit IV: Peaceful settlement of disputes
Part A

  • Unit I: General principles of criminal liability
  • Unit II: Offence against women
  • Unit III: Nature and definition of Tort
  • Unit IV: Liability based upon fault and strict liability

Part B

  • Law of Contract and Mercantile Law
  • Contemporary Legal Developments
18. Management Part A

  • Unit I: Managerial Function and Process
  • Unit II: Organisational Behaviour
  • Unit III: Organisational Process & Design
  • Unit IV: Entrepreneurship

Part B

  • Unit I: Human Resource Management
  • Unit II: Marketing Management
  • Unit III: Accounting for Managers
  • Unit IV: Financial Management
Part A

  • Unit I: Business Statistics
  • Unit II: Operations Research
  • Unit III: Production and Operations Management
  • Unit IV: Material and Quality Management

Part B

  • Unit I: Management Information System
  • Unit II: Government Business Interface
  • Unit III: Strategic Management
  • Unit IV: International Business
19. Mathematics Part A

  • Unit I: Linear Algebra
  • Unit II: Calculus
  • Unit III: Riemann’s definition of definite integrals
  • Unit IV: Analytic Geometry

Part B

  • Unit I: Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Unit II: Dynamics & Statics
  • Unit III: Equilibrium of a system of particles
  • Unit IV: Vector Analysis
Part A

  • Unit I: Algebra
  • Unit II: Real Analysis
  • Unit III: Complex Analysis
  • Unit IV: Linear Programming

Part B

  • Unit I: Partial differential equations
  • Unit II: Numerical Analysis
  • Unit III: Computer programming
  • Unit IV: Mechanics and Fluid Dynamics
20. Mechanical Engineering Part A

  • Unit I: Mechanics
  • Unit II: Design of machined elements
  • Unit III: Engineering Materials
  • Unit IV: Theory of Machines

Part B

  • Unit I: Conventional Machining
  • Unit II: Non-conventional machining
  • Unit III: Production Management
  • Unit IV: Quality Control
Part A

  • Unit I: Thermodynamics
  • Unit II: Fluid mechanics
  • Unit III: Gas Dynamics and Turbine
  • Unit IV: Heat Transfer

Part B

  • Unit I: I .C. Engines
  • Unit II: Steam Engineering
  • Unit III: Water pumps and turbines
  • Unit IV: Refrigeration and air-conditioning
21. Medical Science Part A

  • Unit I: General Medicine
  • Unit II: Pharmacology
  • Unit III: Dermatology
  • Unit IV: Psychiatry and Radio Diagrnosis

Part B

  • Unit I: Paediatrics
  • Unit II: Pathology
  • Unit III: Community Medicine (Preventive and Social Medicine)
  • Unit IV: Human Physiology
Part A

  • Unit I: General Surgery
  • Unit II: Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
  • Unit III: Human Anatomy
  • Unit IV: Orthopaedics, Endoscopy and Laparoscopic Surgery

Part B

  • Unit I: Obstetrics
  • Unit II: Gynaecology including Family Planning
  • Unit III: Biochemistry
  • Unit IV: Microbiology
22. Mizo Part A

  • Literary Trends
  • Poetry/Hla
  • Kum 1900-1940 chhung hlate
  • Kum 1966 hnu lam hlate

Part B

  • History of Mizo Literature
  • Drama/Lemchan
  • Prose/Thu
  • Fiction/Thawnthu
Part A

  • Epic
  • Ballad
  • Elegy
  • Satire
  • Narrative

Part B

  • Fiction/Thawnthu-Rambuai Hma
  • Fiction/Thawnthu-Rambuai Hnu
  • Dram/Lemchan-Mizo Lemchan
23. Philosophy Part A

  • Plato and Aristotle
  • Empiricism
  • Hegel
  • Phenomenology

Part B

  • Carvaka
  • Schools of Buddhism
  • Sa-mkhya
  • Schools of Veda-nta
Part A

  • Social and Political Ideals
  • Individual and State
  • Marxism and Socialism
  • Genocide, Capital Punishment

Part B

  • Notions of God
  • Soul
  • Religious Experience
  • Religious Pluralism
24. Physics Part A

  • Unit I: Mechanics of Particles
  • Unit II: Mechanics of Rigid Bodies and of Continuous Media
  • Unit III: Special Relativity
  • Unit IV: Thermal and Statistical Physics

Part B

  • Unit I: Waves, Geometrical Optics and Interference
  • Unit II: Diffraction, Polarization and Modern Optics
  • Unit III: Electrostatics, Magnetostatistics and Current Electricity
  • Unit IV: Electromagnetic Waves and Blackbody Radiation
Part A

  • Unit I : Basic Quantum Mechanics
  • Unit II : Advance Quantum Mechanics
  • Unit III : Angular momentum
  • Unit IV : Molecular Physics

Part B

  • Unit I : Nuclear Physics
  • Unit II : Particle Physics
  • Unit III : Solid State Physics
  • Unit IV : Elementary ideas about high temperature superconductivity
25. Political Science And International Relations Part A

  • Unit I: Political Theory
  • Unit II: Democracy
  • Unit III: Indian Political thought
  • Unit IV: Western Political Thought

Part B

  • Unit I: Indian Government and Politics
  • Unit II: Salient features of the Indian Constitution
  • Unit III: Grassroots Democracy
  • Unit IV: Planning and Economic Development
Part A

  • Unit I: Comparative Politics
  • Unit II: Globalisation
  • Unit III: Key concepts in International Relations
  • Unit IV: United Nations

Part B

  • Unit I: Regionalisation of World Politics
  • Unit II: India and the World
  • Unit III: India and the South Asia
  • Unit IV: India and the U.N
26. Psychology Part A

  • Unit I: Introduction : Psychology as a Science
  • Unit II: Methods of Psychology
  • Unit III: Development of Human Behaviour
  • Unit IV: Attention, Sensation and Perception

Part B

  • Unit I: Personality
  • Unit II: Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Unit III: Language and Communication
  • Unit IV: Recent Trends
Part A

  • Unit I: Psychological Measurement of Individual
  • Unit II: Wellbeing and Mental Disorders
  • Unit III: Work Psychology and Organisational Behaviour
  • Unit IV: Application of Psychology to Educational Field

Part B

  •  Unit I: Application of Psychology to disadvantaged groups
  • Unit II: Psychological and the problem of social integration
  • Unit III: Psychology and Economic development
  • Unit IV: Application of Psychology to environment and related fields
27. Public Administration Part A

  • Unit I: Introduction
  • Unit II: Administrative Thought
  • Unit III: Administrative Behaviour and Organisational patterns
  • Unit IV: Accountability – control and Administrative Law

Part B

  •  Unit I: Comparative Public Administration and Development
  • Unit II: Personnel Administration
  • Unit III: Public Policy and Techniques of Administrative Improvement
  • Unit IV: Financial Administration
Part A

  • Unit I: Evolution of Indian Administration
  • Unit II: Union Government and Administration
  • Unit III: State Government and Administration
  • Unit IV: Civil Services

Part B

  • Unit I: Planning and financial Management
  • Unit II: Rural and Urban Local Bodies
  • Unit III: Law and Order Administration
  • Unit IV: Significant issues in Indian Administration
28. Sociology Part A

  • Sociology – The Discipline
  • Sociological Concepts
  • Marriage, Family And Kinship
  • Social Stratification And Mobility

Part B

  • Sociological Thoughts
  • Research Methods
  • Economic, Political And Religious Institutions
  • Social Change
Part A

  • Perspectives On Indian Society
  • Rural And Agrarian Sectors
  • Tribal Communities In India
  • Caste And Classes In India

Part B

  • Population Dynamics And Urbanization
  • Social Movements In Modern India
  • Religion And Society
  • Challenges To Indian Society
29. Statistics Part A

  • Sample space and events, probability measure
  • Statistical, unbiasedness, consistency, efficiency
  • Estimation by methods of moments

Part B

  • Order Statistics
  • Bivariate data
  • An outline of fixed-population
  • Fixed effects model
Part A

  • Process and product control
  • Concept of reliability
  • Different types of models in Operations Research
  • Replacement of failing

Part B

  • Determination of trend
  • Present official statistical system in India
  • Demographic data from census
30. Zoology Part A

  • Principles of classification
  • Platyhelminthes and Nemathelminthes
  • Biosystematics of chordates
  • Integument in vertebrates and their derivatives

Part B

  • Concept of ecology
  • Concepts of evolution
  • Apiculture
  • Experimental Designs
Part A

  • Unit I: Cell theory
  • Unit II Mendelian genetics
  • Unit III: Structure and types of DNA and RNA
  • Unit IV: Carbohydrates and lipids

Part B

  • Unit I: Digestion and absorption of food
  • Unit II: Types and structures of neuron
  • Unit III: Gametogenesis
  • Unit IV: Concepts and models of ageing

Syllabus for Personality Test

In broad terms, this is really an assessment of not only a candidate’s intellectual qualities but also social traits and interest in current affairs. Some of the qualities to be judged are mental alertness, critical powers of assimilation, clear and logical exposition, the balance of judgement, variety and depth of interest, the ability for social cohesion, LEADERSHIP, and intellectual and moral integrity.