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FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION, ISLAMABAD

RULES FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION (CSS) 2012


Islamabad, the28th November, 2011
In pursuance of Section 7-A read with section 10 of the FPSC Ordinance,
1977, Chairman FPSC with the approval of the Federal Government has
made, in supersession of Competitive Examination Rules, 2011, the following
rules for regulating the conduct of the Competitive Examination, 2012
1. No. F. 2/1/2012-CE The Competitive Examination, 2012 will be
held by the Federal Public Service Commission, with effect from
25th February, 2012 for recruitment to posts in BS-17 for the
following Groups/Services under the Federal Government:(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)

Commerce & Trade Group


District Management Group
Foreign Service of Pakistan
Information Group
Inland Revenue Service
Military Lands & Cantonments Group
Office Management Group
Pakistan Audit and Accounts Service
Pakistan Customs Service
Police Service of Pakistan
Postal Group
Railways (Commercial & Transportation) Group

2(i). Places of the Examination:


The examination will be held simultaneously at Abbottabad,
Bahawalpur, Dera Ghazi Khan, D.I.Khan, Faisalabad, Gilgit,
Gujranwala, Hyderabad, Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Larkana,
Multan, Muzaffarabad, Okara, Peshawar, Quetta, Rawalpindi,
Sargodha, Sialkot, & Sukkur depending on the number of applicants
for each centre.
(ii). Places of Interviews:
The interviews will be held at Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Multan,
Peshawar & Quetta.
(iii) The Commission reserves the right to finally decide the place
where the candidates would be examined or interviewed.
(iv) The Competitive Examination comprises the following:(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

Written Examination,
Medical Examination,
Psychological Assessment; and
Viva Voce.

Cut Off Date


3. The cut off date for determining the eligibility of the candidate
in terms of age, qualifications, domicile, etc., is 31st December,
2011.
AGE-LIMITS
4.(i) A candidate for admission to the examination must have
attained the age of 21 years and not over 28 years on 31st December,
2011 (i.e. a candidate born on or before 31st December 1983 and on or
after 2nd January, 1991 will not be eligible), except the candidate
falling in the categories mentioned in Rule-4(ii) where any
(a)
the candidates
tostthe
Scheduled
Caste
Buddhist
candidate
born on belonging
or before 31
December,
1981
andand
born
on or
Community
subject
to production
of a certificate (Annex-A of
after 2nd January,
1991
will not be eligible.
(ii) The upper
Application
Form)
age limit
to bewill
issued
be relaxed
by Political
by two
Agent/DCO/
years up to the age
of 30 years
District
Magistrate
in respect
in of
support
AGE
: of
RELAXATION
their claim.

the(b)
candidates belonging to the recognized Tribes who
are permanent residents of the areas mentioned-below
and whose families have been living in these areas. Such
candidates must attach a certificate (Annex-B of
Application Form) to be issued by Political Agent/
DCO/District Magistrate in support of their claim :
Balochistan.
1.
Tribal
2. Areas of D.I.Khan and Peshawar Divisions
(including former Frontier States of Dir, Swat,
Chitral and Amb).
Former
3. excluded (Baluch) area forming part of the
Dera Ghazi Khan and Rajanpur Districts.
Former Tribal Areas of Mardan and Hazara
4.
Divisions.
Upper Tanawal Area of Hazara Division.
5.
the(c)
candidates who are permanent residents of Azad
Kashmir Territory, subject to submission of a
certificate (Annex-C of Application Form) to be issued
by Kashmir Affairs Division, Government of Pakistan,
Islamabad..
the(d)
candidates who are permanent residents of Gilgit Baltistan including Gilgit, Diamir, Baltistan, Ghizar
and Ghanche, subject to submission of a certificate
(Annex-B of Application Form) to be issued by the
Political Agent/DCO/ District Magistrate.
the(e)
candidates who are disabled namely, physically
impaired, hearing/speech impaired (deaf & dumb) and
visually impaired (blind), subject to submission of
certificate of disability issued by the competent
authority designated for the purpose by the
Federal/Provincial Government.
In Service
(f)
Government Servants, Armed Forces
Personnel,Contract employees, including the
Government servants of AJ&K, who possess a minimum
of two years continuous Government service as on 31st
December, 2011, subject to submission of Departmental
Permission Certificate (Annex-E) from the competent
authority. Employees of Nationalised Banks, State Bank
of Pakistan, WAPDA, Regulatory Authorities,
Autonomous bodies and other semi autonomous bodies
are not entitled to age relaxation.
Date of Birth
(iii) The date of birth accepted by the Commission is that
entered in the following documents:
(a) Matriculation Certificate;
(c) Certificate of birth from the Principal/Headmaster
the School
where
a candidate
hasLeaving
passed
(b)of
Secondary
orfrom
Higher
Secondary
School
his/her GEC, O level or equivalent examination,
Certificate;
(iv) The
(d)decision
showing
In case as
of
theto
Christian
date
which
of birth
certificate
candidates,
in the is
School
Baptismal
acceptable
Admission
or
for the
purpose of
Register;
birth
dateregistration
of birth rests
certificate.
with the Commission.

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(v) Once a date of birth has been claimed by a candidate and
accepted by the Commission for the purpose of admission to (d) Domicile once claimed by a candidate and accepted by the
an examination, no change will be allowed at a subsequent Commission for the purpose of admission to an examination shall
examination or selection.
be final. No change will be allowed at a subsequent examination
or selection.
(vi) Applications of Government Servants will also be governed
by the Government Servants (Application for Services and Posts)
(e) Domicile claimed by a candidate and accepted by the
Rules, 1966 except that three chances will be allowed
Government at the time of first entry into Government service shall
irrespective of the provisions of the Government
be treated as final throughout his/her service career and no
Servants(Application for Services and Posts) Rules,1966.
subsequent change in his/ her domicile will be recognized for the
purpose of terms and conditions of his/her service including his/her
(vii) The relaxation in u p p e r limits prescribed in paragraph 4allocation
(ii)
and liability to transfer.
above shall be permitted up to the maximum period of an individual
concession and not by the total period of the concessions
GENERAL
taken together, if admissible in any case.
EDUCATION

7. (i) A candidate must satisfy the Federal Public Service


Commission that he/she is suitable in all respects for employment
under the Government.

5.(i) A candidate must hold at least a Second Division or


Grade C Bachelors degree in any faculty of one of the Pakistani
(ii) No candidate will be admitted to the examination who does
Universities or an equivalent degree or comparable educationalnot hold a certificate of admission from the Commission.
qualifications of a foreign University recognized by Higher
Education Commission, Islamabad.
(iii) Decision of the Commission as to the eligibility or otherwise
of a candidate for admission to the examination shall be final.
Note: In case the candidate does not hold the required
degree on or before the cut off date, he/she shall be
(iv) Candidates are cautioned that if an application which is not
required to produce a certificate from the duly
signed and or is received incomplete or wrongly filled in and is not
authorized officer of the concerned degree awarding
institution, to the effect that the candidate has fulfilled accompanied with any one of the documents mentioned in para 11
of the Instructions to Candidates, it will be rejected
all the requirements of the said degree and has/had
cleared/passed the examination for the said degree on
or before the cut off date. The candidate however
(v) Caution:A candidate who knowingly furnishes particulars
would be required to produce the said degree before
which are false, or suppresses material information, or
the final result is declared by the Commission.
attempts to influence the Commission, or officers or members
of the staff of the Commission, or tries to obtain support for
(ii) A candidate who has obtained a Third Division (or D
his/her candidature by improper means, or deliberately submits
grade) in his/her Bachelors Degree will be eligible for the
forged certificates, or tampers with the entries in his/her age,
Examination in cases where he/she has obtained a higher Division
educational and other certificates, or misbehaves in the
in Masters Degree.
examination hall or uses unfair means/copying, or is found
guilty of misconduct during examination/medical, Viva Voce
(iii) The decision as to which foreign degrees or comparable Tests and uses filthy and unethical language in the Answer
Book(s) during written examination, may be disqualified for
educational qualifications are equivalent to corresponding
this and/or subsequent examinations/selections held by the
Pakistani degree rests solely with the Commission.
Commission and/or criminally prosecuted and debarred from
employment under Government.
NATIONALITY
6.(i) Candidates for the examination must be a citizen of Pakistan
(vi) The result of any candidate, whose candidature is rejected on
or a person deriving his/her nationality from the State of Jammu
any ground, will not be declared, irrespective of whether he/she,
and Kashmir.
failed/passed the examination.
(ii) A candidate who has married a person who is not a citizen of
(vii) A candidate who, even after his appointment, is found to have
Pakistan shall not be eligible for appointment provided that a
knowingly furnished particulars which are false, or to have
person who marries a foreign national of any country recognized
suppressed material information will be liable to dismissal from
by Federal Government with the prior permission of Government
Service.
may be regarded as eligible for appointment.
(iii) A candidate having dual nationality must surrender his/her(viii) Certificates of age and educational qualifications in which any
entry is overwritten, altered, erased, mutilated or tampered with, in
foreign nationality and inform the Government before joining Civil
any way or the genuineness of which is otherwise doubted will be
Services
Academy.
(b) A
candidate who has acquired the citizenship of Pakistan
liable to be impounded till such time as the Commission considers
by registration under the Pakistan Citizenship Act and the
it necessary.
Rules made thereunderDOMICILE
should attach to the application
an attested copy of the certificate of citizen-ship. A
(ix) Candidates are cautioned that wrong selection of subjects will
(iv) (a) Seats
earmarked
fornot
prescribed
provincial/regional
quotas
candidate
who has
been registered
as a citizen of
(xi) Answer Books in all subjects of examination are confidential
lead to rejection under para 7(iv) and para (viii) of Appendix-I.
shall
be allocated
to candidates
on should
the basis
the domicile
Pakistan
but claims
that he/she
beof
deemed
to bedocuments and cannot, therefore, be permitted to be seen by
For Candidates whose selections of subjects are in order, no
certificate
issued
by the
competent
authority
in accordance
citizen of
Pakistan
under
the Pakistan
Citizenship
Act candidates or their representatives nor re-examination of answer
subsequent change during the conduct of Examination/on the
with
the
law
and
the
rules.
(c) Onlyshould
those candidates
submit proof
shall
to the
be considered
effect that he/she
for vacancies
fulfills thebooks/scripts is allowed under any circumstances. A candidate
day of paper (s) shall be allowed.
reservedconditions
for Azad Jammu
on the basis
and Kashmir
of whichwhose
he/sheapplication
claims to be
forms
desirous
(x) Only of
those
getting
candidates
his/her shall
marks,
beawarded
considered
by for
the vacancies
examiners, refor the Competitive
deemed as aExamination
citizen of Pakistan.
are accompanied
A candidatebywho
domicile
derives
counted
reservedmay
for Minorities
submit his/her
(Non-Muslims)
request for the
whose
purpose,
application
withinforms
one for
certificate
his/her
alongwith
nationality
Permanent
from the
Residence
State ofCertificate,
Jammu andissued
Kashmir
by
month
the Competitive
from the date
Examination
of issue ofareresult
accompanied
card/marks
bysheet
certificate
alongwith a
the Kashmir
should
Affairs
attachDivision,
to the application
of that territory.
a certificate
No such
issued by the
Treasury
(Annex-D)
Challan
issuedof
byRs.
the200/DCO/District
per paperMagistrate/Political
as fee for re-counting
Agent.
of
certificates
Kashmir
shall be
Affairs
accepted
Division
at any
inlater
support
stage.
of his/her claim. marks
No such
only.
certificate
Thereafter,
shallno
besuch
accepted
request
at any
will
RE-COUNTING
later
be entertained.
stage. OF MARKS

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(xii) Answer books of Candidates will be retained in the office the
of suitability of the applicants and to adequate representation of
the Federal Public Service Commission for one year only and the Provinces/Areas of Pakistan as well as of the various age
thereafter these will be destroyed. Candidates are, therefore, concessions.
cautioned that any query relating to their Answer books should be
made within the specified period, thereafter, no request in this
SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION
regard will be entertained.
(xiii) Grace marks are not allowed.

9. Subjects for the Competitive Examination will be as given in


Appendix I.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION
8. (i) A candidate seeking admission to the examination must apply
to the Federal Public Service Commission, Islamabad on the
prescribed application form, which must reach the Commission
on or before the closing date. Any application alongwith required
documents sent by courier/ mail on or before the closing date, will
be accepted if received in the Commission within three (03) days of
the closing date. No application will be accepted / entertained after
this period.

FEES
Candidates
10. must
(a) pay Rs.1500/- as Application fee as
prescribed in Appendix-II, deposited in State
Bank/National Bank of Pakistan, under the account head
C02101-Organs of State Exam Fee(FPSC Receipt)
No claim for(b)
refund of any fee will be entertained nor can
the fees paid be held in reserve for another examination or
selection.

(ii) Government servants who fulfill conditions laid down in these


QUALIFYING MARKS
rules are eligible for admission to the examination if permitted
by the competent authority in their departments or offices.
However, an advance copy of the Application may be submitted11. (i)The Commission with prior approval of the
before the closing date to avoid rejection. Candidates who join Government may fix qualifying marks in any or all of the
subjects of the examination but a candidate who fails to secure at
Government service after submitting their applications for
least 40% marks in any compulsory subject, 33% marks in any of
admission to the examination should also submit the Departmental
the optional subjects, or 50% marks in the Aggregate and 100
permission immediately thereafter.
marks at the Viva Voce, will be considered to have failed and will
not be eligible for appointment.
(iii)Armed Forces candidates should route their applications
through proper channel of their Services. Applications not routed
(ii) Candidates qualifying the written examination and found
through proper channel will be rejected. Similarly released/ retired
eligible will be called for Medical Examination, Psychological
personnel should produce a clearance certificate from Military Assessment and Viva Voce.
Secretary Branch for employment in civil services of Pakistan.
However, an advance copy of the Application may be submitted
12. From the marks assigned to candidates in each subject, such
before the closing date to avoid rejection.
deductions will be made as the Commission may consider
necessary in order to ensure that no credit is allowed for merely
(iv)A candidate who after submitting such Departmental
superficial knowledge Candidates who obtain less than 40%
permission, joins Civil Service Academy or is transferred to marks in any of the Compulsory subjects and 33% marks in any of
another Department, should also obtain the permission of that the optional subjects and 100 marks out of 300 in Viva Voce will
Department and submit it to the Commission as soon as possible.
not be given credit in that subject/Viva Voce.
(v) A candidate who has left Government service should submit
13. If any candidates handwriting is not easily legible, a
with his/her application an attested copy of his/her
deduction will be made on this account from the total marks
discharge/service certificate. A candidate who has been dismissed
otherwise accruing to him/her. In case of illegible handwriting zero
from Government or semi Government Service will not be eligible
marks will be awarded on this account. Marks will be deducted for
for admission to the examination.
irrelevance.
(vi) Number of Attempts:A candidate may attempt/avail three
14. Credit will be given for orderly, effective and exact expression
chances of the examination.
combined with due economy of words in all subjects of
Examination. Answers to questions in excess of the required
Explanation:
number shall not be marked nor taken into account. The marking
will be in order of consecutive answers.
(i) A candidate shall be deemed to have
attempted the examination if he/she actually
appeared in any one or more papers and even 15.
if If any candidate writes his/her Roll No. (except in the space
provided
for this purpose
cover of theTO
answer
he/she tendered blank Answer Book/Sheet and
17.
CANDIDATES
WILL on
BEthe
ADMITTED
THE book) or
writes his/her name
or makes any distinguishing
any
even if rejected subsequently.
EXAMINATION
PROVISIONALLY
AT THEIR mark
OWNatRISK
place in his/her
answerBEING
book and/or
additional
Answer
Books,
SUBJECT
TO THEIR
FOUND
ELIGIBLE
IN ALL
he/she shall be awarded Zero mark in that paper, besides any other
RESPECTS.ONDETAILEDSCRUTINYOFTHE
(ii)
A candidate who has received and read the APPLICATIONS
punishment whichAFTER
the Commission
may decide to award.
THE ANNOUNCEMENT
OF RESULT
Question
Paper
will
not
be
allowed
to
leave
his/her
(ix)Maximum
(vii) If a candidate
number
whooftook
candidates
the Competitive
to be admitted
Examination
to this 2011
OF THE WRITTEN PART OF THE EXAMINATION, IF ANY
ordiscretion
examtohall
without
marking
wishes to apply
examination
may,
forseat
atadmission
the
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of
2012
Government,
he/she
must
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CANDIDATE
FOUND
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CandidatesIS
must
use blue
or black inkIN
only
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and
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the
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over.
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such
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Government
prescribed may
dateuntil
decide.
without
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the
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UNDER
and
Note:
of
To
RULES
avoid
frustration,
FOR THEEXAMINATION
candidates
arebeadvised
HIS/HER
in their
Answer
Books
otherwise
Zero
marks may
awarded.
2011.
the
number
If subsequently
of candidates
it isexceeds
not necessary
that limit,
for him/her
the Commission
to take the
shall
CANDIDATURE
own interest to make
WILL
sure
BEbefore
CANCELLED
appearingREGARDLESS
at the examination
OF
2012
select
(viii)written
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fromplea
amongst
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that anthe
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applicants
his/her examination
form
those
orwho
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in doing so, shall have regardEXAMINATION
examination.
to
OR QUALIFIED THEREIN.

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REPRESENTATION AND REVIEW PETITION

VIVA VOCE 300 MARKS

18.(a) A candidate aggrieved by any decision of the Federal 21. Each candidate who qualifies written part of the exam. will be
Public Service Commission may, within thirty days of
interviewed by a Board who will have before them a record of his/her
communication of decision, make a representation to the
career, both academic and extra-mural. He/she will be asked questions
Commission and the Commission shall decide the representation
on matters of general interest. The object of the interview is to assess
within fifteen days after giving the candidate a reasonable his/her suitability for the services for which he/she is entered and in
opportunity of hearing.
framing their assessment the Board will attach particular importance to
the moral and ethical qualities of the candidates, his/her intelligence
(b) A candidate aggrieved by the decision of the Commission
and alertness of mind, his/her vigour and strength of character and
made under paragraph (a) may, within fifteen days of
his/her potential qualities of leadership. The Board will take into
communication of decision, submit a review petition to the consideration his/her extra-mural activities such as sports, debates,
Commission and the Commission shall decide the review petition
hobbies, etc., and their effect on his/her physique and character, in
within thirty days under intimation to the petitioner. The decision
assessing his/her merit.
of the Commission on review petition shall be final.
(c) Save as provided in this Ordinance, no order made or 22. All candidates are expected to have basic knowledge regarding
Islam and Pakistan. Questions may be asked in the Interview on these
proceeding taken under this Ordinance, or rules made hereunder,
subjects.
by the Commission shall be called in question in any court and
no Persons securing less than pass marks in these subjects will
injunction shall be granted by any court in respect of any not be considered for appointment to Government jobs, irrespective of
decision made or taken in pursuance of any power conferredtheir
by, proficiency in other fields. However, the Non-Muslim candidates
will not be asked any question regarding Islam.
or under, this Ordinance.
(d) Any candidate aggrieved by a decision of the Commission
23.Reevaluation of marks awarded by the Viva Voce Board is not
under paragraph (b) may, within thirty days of the decision, prefer
allowed under any circumstances
an appeal to the High Court.
VACANCIES
Note: Each representation and review petition will be entertained
only if accompanied with Treasury Receipt of Rs.250/- in each
24. Approximate number of vacancies in BS-17 to be filled on the
case.
results of this examination will be announced later. The Government,
however, reserves the right to fill a smaller or larger number of
MEDICAL EXAMINATION
vacancies than that announced.
19.(i) All candidates must be in good mental and bodily health
and free from any physical defect likely to interfere with the
APPOINTMENTS
discharge of their duties. The candidates who (after such medical
examination which Government or the appointing authority, 25.(i)
may Subject to the Recruitment policy explained in Appendix-III of
prescribe) are found not to satisfy these requirements, will not
be Rules, candidates securing the highest places on the combined
these
appointed except disabled candidates as mentioned in sub rule
(ii) of the written Examination, Psychological Assessment and Viva
results
below:Voce and eligible for appointment will be appointed upto the number
of vacancies available. No candidate will, however, be considered for
(ii) Disabled candidates in the categories of physically impaired,
hearing/speech impaired(deaf & dumb) and visually impairedappointment to any of the Groups/Services for which he/she has been
(blind) are allowed to compete for Competitive Examinationdeclared not suitable by the Commission at the time of Viva Voce.
against four Occupational Groups/Services viz: (a) Commerce &
(ii) When total marks of more than one candidate are equal, the one
Trade Group (b) Pakistan Audit & Accounts Service (c)
Information Group & (d) Postal Group. Disabled candidates who gets more marks in viva voce is treated as higher in merit. If
marks in viva voce are also equal, the one who gets more marks in
securing a position against prescribed 7.5% merit quota on all
compulsory subjects is treated as higher in merit. If marks in
Pakistan basis may be considered for allocation to Foreign Service
compulsory subjects are also equal the one who is older in age is
of Pakistan on the basis of his/her choice.
treated as higher in merit.
Note :
26.(i) Success in the examination confers no right to appointment.
(1) Disabled candidates viz visually impaired (Blind),
Appointments will be made only after the Government is satisfied,
physically impaired, hearing/speech impaired (Deaf
after such enquiry as may be necessary, that the candidate is suitable in
& Dumb) will be provided helper such as Writer,all
if respects for appointment to the Public Service and subject to the
so requested by them in their application forms. availability of vacancies.
(2) Extra time viz 15 minutes per hour will be allowed
to visually impaired (Blind) candidates. Request(ii)
of CANDIDATES WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR THOSE
Computer literate candidates for provision of GROUPS/SERVICES ONLY WHICH THEY INDICATE IN THE
computer equipment etc. to attempt question papers
APPLICATION FORM. NO CANDIDATE WILL BE CONSIDERED
willbe called
entertained.
Examination
forrequired
such to FOR THE GROUPS/SERVICES WHICH HE/SHE WILL NOT
20. All candidates
for Viva
Voce will be
candidates will
be held atcomprising
Islamabadwritten
only. However,
undergo Psychological
Assessment,
testsMENTION
and
IN THE FORM. CANDIDATES WILL HOWEVER, BE
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will be admissible.
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Such
tests etc.
are designed
to assess abilities, attitude
GIVEN A CHANCE TO REVISE THEIR CHOICE OF
(3) Disabled
candidates
mustcandidates
submit a certificate
ofOCCUPATIONAL GROUPS AT THE TIME OF THE VIVA VOCE.
and personality
characteristics
of the
with special
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SO REVISED AT THE TIME OF VIVA-VOCE
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not awardeddesignated
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Government.
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theofentire
this
Secretary
chance
standards
will
notwill
berequired
allowed
be PSYCHOLOGICAL
considered
are
to appear
attached
as consumed.
forwith
Viva
ASSESSMENT
the
Voce.
Rules as Annex A.
will
Competitive
examination.
be entertained.
Examination
Note.This
without
issues
assigning
with theany
approval
reason.of the Government.

APPENDIX-I

PROCEDURE OFCOMPETITIVE EXAMINATION (CSS), 2012


SUBJECTS FOR WRITTEN EXAMINATION (1200 MARKS)
1. (i)

The examination will include the following subjects and each subject will carry the marks shown against it.

There will (ii)


be two papers of 100 marks each of the subjects which carry 200 marks. In other subjects there will be one paper. Each
paper will be of 3 hours duration.
(iii)

The candidates should expect some objective type questions (MCQs) in compulsory and optional papers.

The Question
(iv) Papers in Urdu or other Pakistani regional languages (Punjabi, Sindhi, Pushto and Balochi), Persian and Arabic
should be answered in the respective languages or in Urdu/English unless otherwise directed in the question paper. The question
paper in Islamiat is to be answered in English or Urdu only. All other papers must be answered in English unless otherwise
directed in the Question Paper. Contravention of these instructions will result in the cancellation of the papers and award of ZERO
marks in the paper(s) concerned.
(v)

A Guideline of the syllabus of the subjects is given in Annex B to the Rules.

The Non-Muslim
(vi)
candidates have the option either to take Islamiat as one of the compulsory subject or otherwise Pakistan Affairs
(G.K. Paper-III) will be treated of 200 marks in their case and half of the total marks obtained by them in the paper on Pakistan Affairs
(G.K. Paper-III) will be counted in lieu of Islamiat.
A candidate(vii)
who does not appear in any compulsory subject will not be allowed to appear in the remaining papers of the Examination.

COMPULSORY SUBJECTS (600 MARKS)


(1)
(2)
(3)

Essay
English (Precis and Composition))
General Knowledge :
Paper - I Every Day Science

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS (600 MARKS)


100
100

honours

100

*(MCQs=50 Marks+Subjective=50 Marks)

(4)

The minimum
(viii) standard of optional subjects will be that of an

Paper - II Current Affairs


Paper - III Pakistan Affairs
Islamiat

100
100
100

Total : 600

*MCQs are to be attempted on computerized OMR Answer sheet,


whereas subjective questions are to be attempted on Answer Book.
Rules

Subject(s) carrying not more than 200 marks from Code No. 11 to 14 can be opted.

300

degree

candidates are

of

university
Pakistan.
The
in

required

to

select
subjects
optional

carrying a total of 600 marks, but not more than 200

marks from any box/columns, as provided in the


columns of rules. The grouping of optional subjects are
as under:
Subjects
(Code No.)

Optional Subjects Marks

11
12
13
14

Accountancy & Auditing


Economics
Business Administration
Public Administration

200
200
100
100

Subject(s) carrying not more than 200 marks from Code No. 15 to 19 can be opted.

15
16
17
18
19

Political Science
Agriculture
Forestry
Sociology
Journalism

200
100
100
100
100

Subject(s) carrying not more than 200 marks from Code No. 20 to 23 can be opted.

20
21
22
23

Pure Mathematics
Applied Mathematics
Computer Science
Statistics

200
200
100
100

Only one subject from Code No. 24 to 29 can be opted.

24
25
26
27
28
29

Physics
Geology
Geography
Chemistry
Botany
Zoology

200
200
200
200
200
200

Only one subject from Code No. 30 to 34 can be opted.

30
31
32
33
35
34
36

Islamic History & Culture


History of Pakistan & India
British History
European History
Law
History of theLaw
U.S.A.
Constitutional

200
200
200
200
200
100
100

47
37
43
38
44
48
39
41
45
49
40
42
46
50

Mercantile
Sindhi Literature
English
Law
Muslim
Philosophy
Pushto
Urdu
Law & Jurisprudence
International
PsychologyLaw
Punjabi
Persian
including
International
Experimental
Balochi
Arabic
Relations
Psychology

200
100
200
100
200
100
200
100

Note: Business Administration cannot be combined with Public Administration

Subject(s)
carrying Language
not more than
marks
No.
to 40 can be opted.
Only
one Regional
from200
Code
No. from
43 toCode
46 can
be35
opted.
Only one
Note:
International
Regional
Urdu
subject
National/Foreign/Classical
cannot
Languages
from
be
Law
combined
Code
cannot
cannot
No.be
with
41be
combined
toLanguage
combined
Regional
42 canwith
beLanguages.
from
with
opted.
International
Urdu.
Code No. 47
Relations.
to 50 can be opted.

6
APPENDIX-II

COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION (CSS), 2012


RATE OF FEES
1.

The following fees must be paid by the candidates :


(A) To the Federal Public Service Commission.
(i) Rs.1500/- for all candidates. (Application fee)
(ii) Rs.250/- for each representation/review petition which
a candidate wants to submit against any decision of
the Commission.
(iii) Rs. 200/- per paper as fee for recounting of marks.

The procedure for the payment of this fee is given in the


Instructions to candidates which have been printed separately
and a copy of which is attached with the Application form.

The original copy of the Treasury challan should be


handed over to the President of the Central Medical
Board at the time of Medical Examination.
Rs. 750/-(ii)
before examination by a Medical Board
in the case of candidates who qualify in the
written examination. Payment of this fee will be
required to be made in cash to the Medical Board
concerned at the time of physical examination of the
candidates. Candidates will present their National
Identity Cards & Admission Certificates to the
Medical Authorities concerned.
A Candidate(iii)
who is medically deferred will have to
make the full payment again to the Medical Board at
the time of re-examination.

(B) To the Medical Board.

2 . Candidates must see by referencing to the rules and must decide


definitely before depositing the fee in the Treasury/Bank that they
are eligible in all respects to apply for the examination. Fee once
(i) Rs.100/- to be deposited by all the candidates in the Government
deposited in the Treasury/Bank will not be refunded, nor will it
Treasury/State Bank of Pakistan under Head of Accounts
be held in reserve for any other examination or selection
C02839-Health Fee for Medical Examination.
under any circumstances.
This issues with the approval of the Government.
APPENDIX III

COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION, 2012


RECRUITMENT POLICY
1.The following merit, and provincial/regional quotas shall be observed in filling vacancies reserved for direct recruitment to posts
under the Federal Government which are filled on all Pakistan basis in pursuance of Establishment Division O.M. No. 4/10/2006-R-2,
dated 12-02-2007;
7.5%Merit
Punjab (including Federal Area of Islamabad)

50%

Sindh
The share of Sindh will be further sub-allocated in the following ratio:
Urban areas namely Karachi, Hyderabad and Sukkur (40% of 19% or 7.6%)
Rural Areas i.e. rest of Sindh excluding Karachi, Hyderabad and Sukkur (60% of 19%
or 11.4%)

19%

Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa

11.5%

Balochistan

6%

Gilgit Baltistan/Federally Administered Tribal Areas

4%

AJK

2%

Note:
10%
(i) quota is reserved for women from the share of Provinces/Regions except Merit
quota in terms of Establishment Divisions O.M. No. 3/17/2005-R-2 dated 26-09-2006.
Un-filled vacancies will be carried forward.
(ii) 5% quota is reserved for Minorities (Non-Muslims) from the share of Provinces/Regions
except Merit Quota in terms of Establishment Divisions OM No.4/15/94-R-2, dated 26-5-2009.
Unfilled
vacancies
will
be carried
forward.
(i) Tribal
Areas
adjoining
Peshawar
district;
Disabled
compete
in accordance with (vii)
the Government
recruitment policy, as
(ii) (iii)
Tribal
Areascandidates
adjoining will
Bannu
district;
Orakzai Agency;
there Areas
will beadjoining
no separate
quota for
disabled candidates.(viii) Khyber Agency;
(iii) Tribal
D.I.Khan
district;
4.Appointment to vacancies to be(iv)
filledTribal
in by Areas
candidates
adjoining
belonging
Kohattodistrict;
a particular community or
(ix)
a province/region
KurramAgency;
shall be made by
Government
2.Sindh (Urban)
in the
refers
order
only
of Merit
to the
(v)of
city
theBajour
areas
candidates
ofAgency;
Karachi,
belonging
Hyderabad
to a particular
and Sukkur.
community
Cantonment
or a province/region
areas
(x) areNorth
counted
Waziristan
provided
as part of
that
Agency;
thethey and
have qualified in
the
city.examination
The areas under
and 3.
are
the in
Jurisdiction
all respects
Federally
(vi) ofMohmand
suitable
theAdministered
District
forAgency;
employment
Councils
TribalofAreas
under
these district
Government.
include:
are the rural areas.
(xi) South Waziristan Agency.

7
5.On appointment to BS-17 posts, a candidate will be required to execute a bond, with one surety, to refund all moneys paid to him/her
or spent in connection with his/her training, as may be determined by the President in the event of failing to complete his/her probation to the
satisfaction of the President or resigning his/her service during that period or within three years thereafter..
6.

On appointment, the probationer will be required to undergo such training as may be prescribed by the Government.

7.If any vacancies reserved in terms of paragraphs 1-2 above cannot be filled by reason of failure of candidates to pass the qualifying
standard or otherwise, such vacancies will be carried over and filled in on the result of the next years examination from among the candidates in
whose quota the vacancies are so reserved.
8.Provincial or regional quotas in respect of posts in a particular year shall be worked out to the 1000th fraction. A Province or region
having larger fraction in accordance with the prescribed quotas shall be allocated the vacant post for recruitment whereas the Province or
region not allocated the post due to smaller fraction shall get those fractions carried forward and added to its share in the subsequent year
in accordance with procedure set out as below:
Province/
Region
1st Year
Merit

Quota (%)

No. of
Vacancies

Share

Last Years
C/F Balance

Total

Vacancies
Balance
to be to be
allotted
carried forward

7.5%

03

0.2250

0.2250

(+)0.2250

Punjab

50%

03

1.5000

1.5000

02

(-)0.5000

*Sindh
Sindh (U)

19%
7.6%

03
03

0.5700
0.2280

0.5700
0.2280

01

(-)0.4300
(+)0.2280

Sindh (R)

11.4%

03

0.3420

0.3420

01

(-)0.6580

K.P.K

11.5%

03

0.3450

0.3450

(+)0.3450

Balochistan

6%

03

0.1800

0.1800

(+)0.1800

GBFATA

4%

03

0.1200

0.1200

(+)0.1200

AJK

2%

03

0.0600

0.0600

(+)0.0600

2nd Year
Merit

7.5%

05

0.3750

(+)0.2250

0.6000

01

(-)0.4000

Punjab

50%

05

2.5000

(-)0.5000

2.0000

02

*Sindh
Sindh (U)

19%
7.6%

05
05

0.9500
0.3800

(-)0.4300
(+)0.2280

0.5200
0.6080

01
01

(-)0.4800
(-)0.3920

Sindh (R)

11.4%

05

0.5700

(-)0.6580

(-)0.0880

(-)0.0880

K.P.K

11.5%

05

0.5750

(+)0.3450

0.9200

01

(-)0.0800

Balochistan

6%

05

0.3000

(+)0.1800

0.4800

(+)0.4800

GBFATA

4%

05

0.2000

(+)0.1200

0.3200

(+)0.3200

AJK

2%

05

0.1000

(+)0.0600

0.1600

(+)0.1600

Merit

7.5%

02

0.1500

(-)0.4000

Punjab

50%

02

1.0000

1.0000

01

*Sindh
Sindh (U)

19%
7.6%

02
02

0.3800
0.1520

(-)0.4800
(-)0.3920

(-)0.1000
(-)0.2400

(-)0.1000
(-)0.2400

Sindh (R)

11.4%

02

0.2280

(-)0.0880

0.1400

(+)0.1400

K.P.K

3rd Year

11.5%

02

0.2300

(-)0.0800

0.1500

(+)0.1500

Balochistan

6%

02

0.1200

(+)0.4800

0.6000

01

(+)0.4000

GBFATA

4%

02

0.0800

(+)0.3200

0.4000

(-)0.6000

AJK

2%

02

0.0400

(+)0.1600

0.2000

(+)0.2000

*Provided that Sindh shall be allowed quota of 19% first and then the posts fallen to its share shall be
9.THE POLICY
LAID DOWN
ABOVE
IS LIABLE
AND
CHANGE
WHICH MAY BE MADE
sub-divided
between
Sindh (U)
and SindhTO
(R)MODIFICATION
at the ratio of 7.6%
andANY
11.4%
respectively.
THEREIN WILL BE APPLICABLE TO THE CANDIDATES
Note: This
FORissues
THIS with
EXAMINATION.
the approval of the Government.

9
Annex A

FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION


REGULATIONS FOR PHYSICAL EXAMINATION

COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION (CSS), 2012


1. These regulations are published for the convenience of candidates and in order to enable them to ascertain the
probability of their coming up to the required physical standard. But it must be clearly understood that the Government of
Pakistan reserve to themselves an absolute discretion to reject as unfit any candidate whom they may consider, on the report of
the Medical Board, to be physically disqualified for the Services and that their discretion is in no respect limited by these
regulations.

2. If any change is made in the standard of physical fitness, an announcement will be made accordingly before the
examination.
3. Night blindness will be a cause of rejection for District Management Group, Police Service of Pakistan,
Customs and Excise Group and Railways (Commercial and Transportation) Group.
4. Disabled candidates in the categories of physically impaired, hearing/speech impaired (deaf & dumb) and visually
impaired (blind) are allowed to compete for Competitive Examination against four Occupational Groups/Services
viz; (a) Commerce & Trade Group (b) Pakistan Audit & Accounts Service (c) Information Group & (d) Postal Group.
Disabled candidates securing a position against prescribed 7.5% merit quota on all Pakistan basis may be considered for
allocation to Foreign Service of Pakistan also on the basis of his/her choice.

5. For appointment a candidate must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect likely to interfere
with the efficient performance of the duties of his/her appointment. Candidates whose height is less than 1524 millimeters will not be
considered physically fit for appointment to any of the BS 17 post under the Federal Government. In the case of female candidates, this
standard will be reduced to 1473 millimeters for posts which are completely sedentary provided the weight of such candidates is not less than
43.5 kilograms except disabled candidates.

6. (a) In the matter of the correlation of age, height and chest-girth of candidates, it is left to the Medical Board to
use whatever correlation figures are considered most suitable as a guide in the examination of the candidates except for the
Police.
For the Police
(b) The correlation of age, height and chest-girth will not be less than that given in the following table :
PHYSICAL EQUIVALENTS
Chest
Breadth when fullyRange of expansion
expandednot less than

Height without Shoes

Millimeters

Millimeters

Millimeters

1626 and under 1651

..

..

..

..

..

..

851

51

1651 and under 1727

..

..

..

..

..

..

864

51

1727 and under 1778

..

..

..

..

..

..

876

51

He/She will
remove
his/her1829
shoes and be.. placed against
the standard
with
weight
1778
and under
..
..
.. his/her ..feet together
.. and the890
thrown on the heels, and not on the toes or outer sides of the feet. He/She will stand erect without rigidity and
with the heels, calves, buttocks and shoulders touching the standard; the chin will be depressed to bring the
1829 and upwards
..
..
..
..
..
..
902
vertex of7.the The
headcandidates
level underheight
the horizontal
will be measured
bar and the
as height
followswill
:be recorded in millimeters.

51
51

10

8.

The candidates chest will be measured as follows :

He/She will be made to stand erect with his/her feet together and to raise his/her arms over his/her head. The
tape will be so adjusted round the chest that its upper edge touches the interior angles of the shoulder blades
behind and lies in the same horizontal plane when the tape is taken round the chest. The arms will then be
lowered to hang loosely by the side and care will be taken that the shoulders are not thrown upward or
backwards so as to displace the tape. The candidate will then be directed to take a deep aspiration several times
and the maximum expansion of the chest will be carefully noted and the minimum and maximum will then be
recorded in millimeters 838890, 864927, etc. In recording the measurements fractions of less than 13
millimeters should not be noted.

The candidate
9. will also be weighed and his/her weight recorded in kilograms. Fractions of a kilogram should not
be noted.
The candidates
10. eye sight except disabled i.e. visually impaired (blind) will be tested in accordance with the
following rules. Result of each test will be recorded:
GeneralThe
(i) candidates eyes will be submitted to a general examination directed to the detection of any
disease of abnormality. The candidate will be rejected if he/she suffers from any squint or morbid
conditions of eyes, eyelids or contiguous structures, or such a sort as to render, or to be likely at a future
date to render him/her unfit for service.
Visual Acuity.
(ii) The examination for determining the acuteness of vision includes two testsone for
distant, the other for near vision. Each eye will be examined separately.
I.

POLICE

11. The Army test types will be used for the test for distant vision without glasses at a distance of 6096 millimeters
and for the test for near vision, without glasses, at any distance selected by the candidate.
No candidate
12. will be considered fit for the service whose Visual Acuity falls below the following standards :
Standard I

Right eye

Left eye

Distant vision V. 6/6

..

..

..

..

..

..

V. 6/6

Near visionReads 0.6

..

..

..

..

..

..

Reads 0.6

Standard II

Better eye

Worse eye

Distant vision, V. 6/6

..

..

..

..

Near visionReads 0.6

..

..

..

..

V, without
..
glasses, not below 6/60 and after
correction with glasses not below 6/24.

Standard III

..

..

Reads 1.

V, without glasses, not below


Distant visionV, without glasses : not below 6/60 and
6 /6 0 and a ft er co rr ec tio n with
Better
eye
after correction
Near
visionReads
13.
No
(a)
with
relaxation
Each
0.8
glassesNot
eyeofwill
the be
standards
below
examined
.. 6/6.of vision
separately
.. will and
be..allowed.
the lids must
.. be kept
.. wide
glassesnot
open
.. during
below
the
Reads
test.
6/24.1. Worse eye

1112
23. Following additional points should be observed :
II.

RAILWAYS

(a)

14.

that the candidates hearing in each ear is good except disabled i.e. hearing/speech
impaired (deaf & dumb)and that there is no sign of disease of the ear ;
No candidate will be accepted whose Visual Acuity falls below the following standards :
(b)

that the candidates speech is without impediment except disabled i.e. hearing/speech
Better eye
impaired (deaf & dumb);

Distant
vision
. . that he/she is..provided ..with dentures
.. where ..necessary for 6/12
that the candidates
(c) teeth
arewithout
in goodglasses
order and
effective mastication (well-filled teeth will be considered as sound). Candidates for the Police Service of
Pakistan mustCorrected
have 10 sound
teeth in. .the upper jaw,
teeth..in the lower jaw.
with glasses
.. functionally
.. opposed
.. to 10 sound
..
6/6
Two of these teeth in each jaw must be molars. Well-filled teeth will be considered as sound ;
Near vision with or without glasses
..
..
..
..
0.6
that the candidates
(d) chest is well-formed and his/her chest expansion sufficient; and that his/her heart and
lungs are sound
; perception, night blindness and field vision :
Colour

Worse eye
6/19
6/9
0.6

15. The candidates will be examined,


andofaccording
to the disease
methods; prescribed by the Railway
(e)
thatwith
therethe
is apparatus
no evidence
any abdominal
Boards Standing Advisory Committee of Medical Officers. Any defect of colour perception or in regard to field vision will
be a cause for rejection of the candidate. The candidate under the condition of ordinary test for Visual Acuity having 6/6 vision
(f) that the candidate is not ruptured ;
with both eyes open with or without glasses, will be rejected, if, under the conditions of the Night Blindness Test his/her vision
with both eyes open, with or without glasses; falls below 6/24.
that the candidate
(g)
does not suffer from hydrocel, a severe degree of varicocele, varicose veins or polyps. A
candidate for the Police Service of Pakistan who has been successfully operated on will be accepted ;
that the candidates
(h) limb, III.
hands
OTHERS
and feet(EXCEPT
except disabled
DISABLED
i.e. physically
I.E. VISUALLY
impairedIMPAIRED
are well formed
(BLIND)
and
developed and that there is no shortening of any limbs and that there is free and perfect motion of all
joints ;
16. Snellens test types will be used for the test for distant vision, without glasses at a distance of 6096 millimeters,
(i)
that the candidate does not suffer from any inveterate skin disease ;
and for the test for near vision, without glasses, at any distance selected by the candidate.
(j)
that there is no congenital malformation or defect ;
17. No candidate will be accepted whose Visual Acuity falls below the following standard: that the
(k)candidate does not bear traces of acute or chronic disease pointing to an impaired constitution ;
Better eye
that the candidate
(l) bears marks of efficient vaccination ; or in the case of the Police Service of Pakistan he has
been vaccinated (twice unsuccessfully) within the last five years.
Distant vision without glasses
..
..
..
..
..
..
*6/24
(In support of this the candidates will be required to produce certificate signed by a Medical Officer); and
Corrected with glasses
..
..
..
..
..
..
6/6
(m)
that the candidate is free from communicable disease.
Near vision with or without glasses. .
..
..
..
..
..
0.8
24. When any defect is found it must be noted in the certificate and the medical examiner should state his opinion
whether or not
it is likely to lowered
interferetowith
the efficient performance of the duties which will be required of the candidate if
* Temporarily
6/60.
the condition is remediable by operation it should be so stated.
25. If a candidate is declared
medically
unfitnight
by the
Centraland
Medical
Board,
he/she will be informed by the Federal Public
18. Colour
perception,
blindness
field of
vision:Service Commission that he/she has been declared medically unfit. The candidate will also be informed of the particular
defect or defects for which he/she has been declared medically unfit. The candidate may prefer an appeal against the
(a) Board
Each
be examined
separately
and the lids
must bewithin
kept wide
openofduring
decision of the Central Medical
to eye
the will
Federal
Public Service
Commission,
Islamabad,
14 days
the the test.
receipt of the information. The appeal must be supported by two certificates from the doctors of standing stating inter alia
that :
Inability to
(b)distinguish the principal colours will not be regarded as a cause for rejection but the fact will
be noted in the proceedings and the candidates will be informed.
They are in full knowledge
(a) of the facts that the candidate has been examined by the Central Medical Board
(c)
Each eye must have full field of vision as tested by hand movements.
and declared unfit; and
(b) That they have read the Rules and Regulations for physical fitness required of the candidates for the
Competitive
Examination.
19. The degree
of acuteness
of vision of all candidates for appointment will be entered in the proceedings in the
reserve for
theappointment
right to dealifwith
thevision
appealdoes
as they
deemupfittoand
not bind themselves
to
manner
:
21Government,
. No candidatehowever,
will be accepted
his/her
not come
thedo
requirements
specified above
constitute
for the
medical
the candidate
concerned.
further
be
without
the useaofsecond
contactMedical
glasses.Board
(A contact
glass
or lensexamination
is defined as of
a glass
shell, the concavity
of No
which
is in appeal
contact shall
with the
entertained
decision
ofinterposed
the Appellate
Board
shall beThe
treated
as closed.
globe
of the eye,against
a layer the
of liquid
being
between
theand
lensthe
andcase
the cornea.
meaning
of the word glasses wherever used
V.P. ................................................................... with glasses ........................................................... Reads
20.
22.
V.L.
The
In...................................................................
cases
urineof(passed
seriousin
abnormality
the presence
the
Note:
ofopinion
theThis
examiner)
of
with
issues
an ophthalmic
glasses
with
should
the
...........................................................
beapproval
specialist
examined
ofshould
and
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Annex-B

FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION


COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION (CSS), 2012

INDEX OF SUBJECTS
The optional subjects have been arranged in alphabetical order for facility of
candidates. However, the selection of combination of optional subjects will be governed by the
provisions of sub-para (viii) of Rule 1 of Appendix-I.
S.No
.
1.
2.
3.

4.

Name of Subject

Paper

Page

S. No.
21.

13

22.

13

23.

Compulsory Subjects
Essay
English (Precis & Composition)
General Knowledge

Name of Subject

Paper
Page
I&
26II

Geology.
History of Pakistan and India.
History of the U.S.A.

24.

International Law.

I26,27
& II
2727,28-

(i) (Every Day Science).

13

25.

International Relations.

(ii) (Current Affairs).

II

14

26.

Islamic History and Culture.

(iii) (Pakistan Affairs).

III

14

27.

Journalism (Mass Communication)

15

28.
29.

Law.
Mercantile Law.

Islamiat

Optional Subjects

28I28,29
& II
29I & 30
II
30-

5.

Accountancy & Auditing.

I & II

16

30.

Muslim Law & Jurisprudence.

6.

Agriculture.
Applied Mathematics.

16,17

31.

I & II

17

32.

Persian.
Philosophy.

I30,31
& II

7.
8.

Arabic.

I & II

17,18

33.

Physics.

I31,32
& II

9.

Balochi

18

34.

Political Science.

I32,33
& II

10.

Botany.

I & II

19

35.

Psychology including
Experimental Psychology

I & 33
II

11.

British History.

I & II

19,20

36.

Public Administration.

34-

12.

Business Administration

20

37.

Punjabi.

34-

13.

Chemistry.

I & II

20,21

38.

Pure Mathematics.

14.

Computer Science.

21,22

39.

Pushto.

35-

15.

Constitutional Law

22

40.

Sindhi.

35,36,37-

16.

Economics.

I & II

22

41.

Sociology.

17.

English Literature.

I & II

22,23

42.

Statistics.

37,38-

18.

European History.

I & II

23 to 25

43.

Urdu.

I & 38
II

19.

Forestry.

25

44.

Zoology.

I38,39
& II

20.

Geography.

I & II

25,26

30I & 31
II

I & 35
II

37-

14

GUIDELINES OF THE SYLLABUS

N.B.The topics mentioned under each subject are only indicative


and not exhaustive of the field covered by that subject. A candidate should
study the whole subject with the help of relevant books. Some of the reading
materials have been suggested for each subject for the guidance of the
candidates.

6.

Practical English Usage

7.

English Idioms

8.

Mastering Modern English

Note : Candidates opting languages will be asked to answer some


questions in the language concerned and will be expected to have
knowledge of the Principal Authors, both Classical and
Contemporary and to be able to compose in the language and
translate from it into English and vice versa.
1.

3.

Swan (OUP)
McMordie
Etherton

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
Total Marks300
PAPER I

EVERY DAY SCIENCE (COMPULSORY)


Marks100

ESSAY (COMPULSORY)
Total Marks100
1.

Introduction

Candidates will be required to write one or more essays in English. A


wide choice of subject will be given.
2.

ENGLISH (PRECIS & COMPOSITION)


(COMPULSORY)
Total Marks100

Nature of Science ;
Brief History of Science with special reference to contribution
of Muslims in the evolution and development of science ;
Impact of science on society.

The examination will be based upon a paper carrying 100 marks and
will be geared to test the candidates ability to handle grammatical structure,
reading comprehension and analysis,and precis writing and composition.

2.

The Physical Sciences

(a) Constituents and Structure :Universe, Galaxy, Solar


system, Sun, Earth, Minerals ;

The candidates should be capable of :


(a) Using English correctly and efficiently as a vehicle of
communication.

(b) Processes of Nature :Solar and Lunar Eclipses ; Day and


Night and their variation ;

(b) Reading, comprehending and analyzing advanced texts.

(c) Energy : sources


Energy conservation ;

and

resourcesof
Energy ;

Grammar and Vocabulary


(i) Ceramics, Plastics, Semiconductors ;
The candidates ability to handle the structure of English will be
tested by framing items based upon grammatical categories that usually
create problems for foreign students.

Radio, Television,
(ii) Telephones, Camera, Laser,
Microscope.

There shall be no prescribed course for this purpose.

(iii)

Reading Comprehension and Analysis

Computers, Satellites ;

Antibiotics,
(iv)
Vaccines, Fertilizers, Pesticides.

Two unseen passages shall be given with a fixed reading time and
multiple choice questions would be placed at the end to be answered. The
passage for comprehension shall be fairly technical. The passages would be
selected from writings on economic, social, cultural subjects and
international affairs.

3.

Biological Sciences

The basis of lifethe cell, chromosomes, genes, nucleic


acids.

Precis Writing

The building blocksProteins. Harmones and other nutrients.


Concept of balanced diet. Metabolism.

The candidates will be required to present an acceptable precis of a


given passage. The unseen passage will be selected from current,
economic, social, cultural and international affairs.

Survey of Plant and Animal Kingdom a brief survey of


plant and animal kingdom to pinpoint similarities and
diversities in nature.

ENGLISH (PRECIS & COMPOSITION)


(COMPULSORY)
SUGGESTED READINGS

3.
2.
1.
5.
4.

Modern
A
comprehensive
English
I & IIGrammar
TitleEnglish Vol.
forUniversity
Harcourt
A
communicative
Practical
Foreign
Brace
English
students
English
Jovanovich.
grammar
grammar
Grammar.
of English

Thomson &
Martinet
R.
Eckersley
Quirk &&
S.
Eckersley
Greenbaum
(LongAuthor
(Longmans)
Leech & Svartik
Rutherford
mans)

The Human bodya brief account of human Physiology.


Human behaviour.

3.
2.
1.
5.
4.

EVERY DAY SCIENCE (COMPULSORY)


Turber, Kilburn
Principles
Exploring
Exploring
Guide
Science
Title
to
SUGGESTED
Restated
Science
life
of Physical
Animal
Sciences
Biology
READINGS
Science
Khan,
& Isaac
Howell
(CSS-2012)
M.
Asimov
Cassidy
Author
Rafiq

15
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
PAPER II
CURRENT AFFAIRS (COMPULSORY)

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
PAPERIII
PAKISTAN AFFAIRS (COMPULSORY)
(Marks100)

Candidates will be expected to display such general knowledge of


History, Geography and Politics as is necessary to interpret current affairs.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

8.
9.
10.
11.

12.

(Marks100)

1. Evolution and growth of Muslim Society in the Sub-continent.

Pakistans relations with its neighbours.


Pakistans relations with Middle Eastern, African and Far 2. Ideology of Pakistan.Definition and Elucidation, Historical
aspects : Muslim rule in the sub-continent, its downfall and efforts of
Eastern Countries.
Renaissance. Movements for reformsSheikh Ahmed Sarhindi, Shah
Pakistan relations with big powers.
Waliullah, Aligarh, Deoband, Nadwah, Anjamun Hamiat-e-Islam and other
International Economic issues and Pakistan.
Educational Institutions Sind Madressah and Islamia College Peshawar.
Pakistans role in regional and international organizations.
Ideology of Pakistan in the lights of speeches and sayings of Allama Iqbal
Nuclear politics in South Asia.
Structure of Pakistans economy, economic planning andand Quaid-i-Azam.
development strategies.
Central Issues and problems in the Educational Systems.
Issues in Pakistan Politics.
Superpowers and the Issues of World Order.
3. Pakistan Movement.Historical developments, important event,
Major Contemporary Crises.
role of various individuals, communities and groups.

4. Political Developments in Pakistan since 1947 and efforts for


promulgation of Islamic system.
Major Economic, social and political issues of the world as
reflected and discussed in periodicals and newspapers.

5. Land and People of Pakistan.Geography, Society, Natural


resources, Agriculture, Industry, Education with reference to
characteristics, trends and problems.

CURRENT AFFAIRS (COMPULSORY)


SUGGESTED READINGS

PAKISTAN AFFAIRS (COMPULSORY)


Title

Author
SUGGESTED READINGS

1.

India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and


Great Powers

G.W. Choudhry

2.

Main Spring of Indian and Pakistani


Foreign Policies

S.M. Burke

3.

Pakistans Foreign Policy

S.M. Burke

4.

Pakistan and the Great Powers

Mohammad
Ahsan Choudhry

5.

Pakistan and the U.N.

Mohammad
Ahsan Choudhry

6.

Pakistan the long view

Lawrence Ziring
et. al.

7.

Political System of Pakistan

Khalid B. Sayeed

8.

Politics in Pakistan

Khalid B. Sayeed

9.

World Politics Since 1945

P. Calvocrassi

Conflict and Cooperation in the Indian


Ocean : Pakistans Interests and Choices

Pervaiz Iqbal
Cheema

11.

The Security of South Asia

Stephen P. Cohen

12.

The Military and Politics in Pakistan

Hasan Askari
Rizvi

13.
14.

The Management of Pakistans


Development
economy 1947strategies
to 1982 of Pakistan

Ahmad, V.,
M.L.
Qureshi
Rashid
Amjad

10.

Title

Author

1.

Ideological Orientations of Pakistan


Al Mujahid Sharif

2.

Letters of Iqbal to Jinnah

3.

Muslim Separatism in India (A brief Hamid, Abdul


Survey 18581947)

4.

Modern Muslim India and the birth


of Pakistan

Ikram, S. M.

5.

Quaid-i-Azam and Pakistan

Dani, Ahmed
Hassan

6.

Struggle for Pakistan

Qureshi, I. H.

7.

The case for Pakistan

Rafiq, Afzal M.

8.

The Making of Pakistan

9.

The Muslim Community of the Indo- Qureshi, I. H.


Pakistan Sub-continent

Iqbal, Mohammad

Aziz, K. K.

10.

The Emergence of Pakistan

Mohammad Ali
Ch.

11.

Towards Pakistan

12.

Pakistan A Study
of Political Development 194797

13.
14.

Ulema Scholars
World
in Politics
on Quaid-i-Azam

Waheed-uzZaman
Hamid Yusuf
Dani, Ahmed
Qureshi,
Hassan
(CSS-2012)
I. H.

16
4.

ISLAMIAT (COMPULSORY)
Total Marks100

1.

Basic Problems of Human Life and their Solutions

Various sources of knowledge-revelation (Wahy) as a source of


knowledge and solution to human problems. Divinity and Supermacy of
Wahy.
2.

Need of Religion and its role in Human Life


Islam and other religions.

3.

Islam

Its concept and meanings, Deen and Muzhab. Islamic concepts of


Universe and Humanity, Place of Humanity in Islam, Man as Vicegerent of
Allah, Chief Characteristics of Islamic Ideology.
4.

Fundamental Beliefs and Practices of Islam

(a) Tauheed (Unity of Allah), Risalat (Finality of the Prophethood),


Akhirat (Day of Judgement).
(b) Salat, Soum, Zakat, Hajj, Jehad.
5.

Islamic Way of Life

(a) Sources of Shariah : The Quran, Sunnah, Ijma (Consensus),


Qiyas and Ijtihad (reasoning).
(b) Social system in Islam : Responsibilities and mutual relationship
of members of family, separate role of man and woman in an Islamic Social
set up, concept of Womans freedom in Islam, Responsibilities of man and
woman in character-building of new generation.
(c) Morality in Islam : Concept of morality, Relationship of morality
and Faith, Islamic principles and methods of character-building, Moral
values in Islam.
(d) Islamic Political System :
(i)

ISLAMIAT (COMPULSORY)

Legislative System

SUGGESTED READINGS
(ii)

Judicial System
1.

Title
Introduction to Islam.

2.

Islamic Ideology

Quranic Ayat and their Translation.

3.

Ideology of the Future

Following last 10 surrah of the Holy Quran with their translations :

4.

Islam : The Misunderstood Religion

(e) Muslim ummah : Role and objectives of Muslim Ummah.

6.

1. SURRAH AL-FEEL

Author
Dr. Hamidullah
Dr. Khalifa Abdul
Hakim
Dr. Muhammad
Rafiuddin
Muhammad
Qutub

5.

Islam : Its meaning and Message Khushid Ahmed

2. SURRAH AL-QURESH

6.

Islam the Religion

3. SURRAH AL-MAOON

7.

The Religion of Islam

4. SURRAH AL-KAUSAR

8.

Outlines of Islamic Culture

Syed Anwar Ali


Ahmad A.
Galwash
A.M.A. Shushtery

5. SURRAH AL-KAFAROON
6. SURRAH AN-NASR
7. SURRAH AL-LAHAB
8. SURRAH AL- AKHLAS
9. SURRAH
10.
SURRAH-AN-NAS
AL-FALAK

(CSS-2012)

17
5.

ACCOUNTANCY AND AUDITING


Total Marks200
PAPER I

6.

Cost Accounting

Nisar-ud-Din

7.

Cost Accounting

S. Qavi Ahmad

8.

Auditing

9.

Companies Act 1984

Dicksee, L.R.

(Marks100)
ACCOUNTING

Principles of Accounting and their applications to all types of


Business OrganizationsBanking, Insurance, Investment, Trading and
Industrial Concerns, Accounting for non-profit Organisations, Work-sheet,
Financial statements, Financial Reporting, Financial Analysis and
Budgeting, Depreciation, Partnership.
Note.Accounting for Executors, Trustees of Deceased Persons,
Liquidators, Receivers, Official Agencies, Assignees etc. and Accounting
for Multinational Corporation will not be included.

PAPERII

10.

Practical Auditing

Spiecer and Pegler

11.

Principles and Procedure of Auditing


Kh. Amjad Saeed

12.

Income Tax Ordinance 2001


(Amended to date)

13.

Income Tax Law (Latest edition) Kh. Amjad Saeed

14.

Business Organization

15.

Principles and Practice of Commerce

16.

Basic Business Finance

17.

Income Tax Law Vol. I & II


(Latest edition)

(Marks100)

(a)

Cost Accounting

Principles of Cost Accounting, Relationship of Cost Accounting to


Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting as a tool of managementuse of
Cost information, Cost flow, Cost elements, Costs classification, Process
Cost and joborder Cost Accounting, Costing for Joint and byProducts,
Standard Cost Accounting, reconciliation of Financial Accounts with Cost
Accounts.
(b)

Auditing

Nisar-ud-Din
Stephenson

Hunt, Williams
and Donaldson
Luqman Baig

6. AGRICULTURE
Total Marks100

1. Natural Resources (Land, Water, Biological, Environmental,


Solar and energy) as bases for agricultural production. Agriculture as
integrated system of components like Crops, Livestock, Fisheries, Forestry,
Range Management, Socio-economics etc. Role of research and newer
technologies in current and future agriculture in Pakistan.

Principles of Auditing, The Accounting System, Its importance to


Independent Audit, Internal Control, Internal Audit, Rights and Duties of
Auditors. Professional Liabilities of an Auditor, Application of Auditing 2. Elements of climate and their relationship with crop growth,
Principles and Techniques to all Types of Trading, Commercial, Industrial,
Factors of soil, Soil formation and development of soil profile, Soil texture
Banking, Insurance and Investment under-takings, Audit programme, and structure and their management, Soil fertility and fertilizer requirement
Special Audit Investigation of actual or suspected Frauds, Limitations ofof various soils and crops, Role of organic matter in soil ; Water
Audit, Audit Report, Certificates and Opinion as required under Companies
requirements of crops and water use efficiency, Cropping pattern and crop
Act, Securities Exchange Authority Rules, Auditing and EDP Systems. relations, Systems and types of farming; Nature, formation and reclamation
of salt affected and water-logged soil, Soil erosion and conservation.
(c)

Income Tax

3. Physiology of Growth and development, growth curves, growth

Principles of Computing taxable income and total income for the regions, RGR, NAR and LAR in relation to biomass production. Seed
growth and assimilate partitioning, Harvest index. Photoperiodic and
purposes of Income Tax, Universal Self-Assessment.
thermoperiodic responses of crop plants, photorespiration. Nitrogen
Specialized knowledge of Income Tax will not be expected.
Candidates will be required to have a sound grasp of the provisions of fixation, Nitrogen cycle, factors affecting biological N-fixation.
Sections 4, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 39, 39 (3) and (4), 40, 72, 87, 92,
93, 98A, 98B, 98C, 101, 114(1), 114(3), and 4, 120, 122, 123, 124, 147,
176, First Schedule and 2nd Schedule of Income Tax Ordinance 2001 as 4. The modern concept of genetics, gene and gene function,
amended upto date and the connected Rules contained in Income Tax application of genetics for the improvement of crops.
Rules, 2002.
5. Modern concept of Horticultural industry, Plant propagation,
Major management and breeding problems in fruits and vegetables.
(d)

Business Organization and Finance

6. Pests and diseases of agricultural crops, Principles and methods of

pest and diseases control, Pesticidestheir application and action. Modern


Nature and Scope of Business Organization, Forms of Business
OrganizationSole Proprietorship, Partnership, Joint Stock Company, concept and principles of insect pest management.
Cooperative Society, Company Promotion and Management, Insurance,
business Combinations, Principles of Business FinanceShort Term,
7. Role of agriculture in the national economy. Agricultural
Intermediate Term and Long Term financing, expansion and contraction,mechanization. Land tenure and Land reforms. Population problems of
Ratio analysisSources and flow statement, Role of Financial Institutions.
rural Pakistan. Major issues in agriculture and agricultural development in
Pakistan.
Principles and Practice of Book
Temporary
King BlackHWell,
&D
4.
3.
2.
1.
5.
Title Accounting,
Advanced
Accountancy
Book
Keeping
Cost
Keeping
and
ACCOUNTANCY
Accounting
Accounts
and
SUGGESTED
Planning
Accounts
Vol.Iand
&AND
II
READINGS
Control
AUDITING
Author
Big,
Muin-ud-Din
Vickery,
Matz
W.S.
andPickles,
B.G.
Usry W.
3.
4.
2.
1.
5.
Agriculture
A treatile
An
Breading
Introduction
Title Field
inin
Horticulture
India
Crops
SUGGESTED
to Animal
Tropical
Vol.
AGRICULTURE
I &Husbandry
Agriculture
II READINGS
Grit,
J.O.L.
Kamar,
H.
Gilani,
(CSS-2012)
Poehlman
L.S.S.
Author
M.A.

18
6.

Disease of Field Crops

7.

Agricultural Insects Pests of Tropics


and their control.

8.

Forest Ecology

9.

Fundamentals of Soil Science

Dickson, Non-linear
J.G.
equations. Systems of equations. Variation of parameters and
the power series method.
Hill, S.D.
Formation of partial differential equations. Types of integrals of
partial differential equations, Partial differential equations of first order.
Partial differential equations with constant coefficients, Monges method.
Spurr, S.H.
Classification of partial differential equations of second order. Laplaces
equation and its boundary value problems. Standard solutions of wave
Foth
equation and equation of heat induction.

10.

Irrigation Principles and Practicals

Isrealson, O.W.

11.

Manual of Plant Production

Abdul Manan

12.

Principles of Agronomy

13.

Principles of Field Crop Production

14.

Principles of Genetics

15.

Physiology of Crop Plants

16.

The Nature and Properties of Soil

17.

Physiology of Growth and Development

18.

Plant Pathology

SECTION B

7.

APPLIED MATHEMATICS

Tensor
Mudliar, W.T.S.
Definition of tensors as invariant quantities. Coordinate
transformations.
Contravariant and covariant laws of transformation of the
Martin, J.H.
&
of tensors. Addition and multiplication of tensors. Contraction
Leonard,components
W.H.
and inner product of tensors. The Kronecker delta and Levi-Civita symbol.
The metric tensor in Cartesian, polar and other coordinates. covariant
Gardner, derivatives
E.J.
and the Christoffel symbols. The gradient, divergence and curl
operators in tensor notation.
Gardner, Peares
and Mitchal
SECTION C
Buckman, H.O. &
Bready, N.C.
Elements of Numerical Analysis
Solution of non-linear equations, Use of x = g (x) form. Newton
Raphson method, Solution of system of linear equations. Jacobi and GaussAgrioes, Seidel
G.N. Method. Numerical Integration. Trapezoidal and Simpsons rule.
Regula falsi and iterative method for solving non-linear equation with
convergence. Linear and Lagrange interpolation. Graphical solution of
linear programming problems.
Willking

Total Marks200
PAPERI

APPLIED MATHEMATICS
(Marks100)
SUGGESTED READINGS

Candidates will be asked to attempt any two questions from Section


A and any three questions from Section B.

Title

Author

1.

Classical Mechanics

2.

Lectures on Ordinary Differential


Equations

3.

Lectures on Partial Differential


Equations

4.

Mechanics

Symon, G.F.

Statics

5.

Mechanics

Ghori, Q.K.

Composition and resolution of forces, Parallel forces, and couples,


Equilibrium of a system of coplanar forces, Centre of mass and centre of
gravity of a system of particles and rigid bodies, Friction, Principle of
virtual work and its applications, equilibrium of forces in three dimensions.

6.

Mathematical Physics, An Advanced Mikhin, S.G.


Course

7.

Ordinary Differential Equations.

SECTION A
Vector Analysis
Vector algebra, scalar and vector product of two or more vectors,
Function of a scalar variable, Gradient, divergence and curl, Expansion
formulae, curvilinear coordinates, Expansions for gradient, divergence and
curl in orthogonal curvilinear coordinates, Line, surface and volume
integrals, Greens, Stokes and Gausss theorems.

Goldstein
Hille, E.

Petrovosky, I.G.

Easthan, M.S.P.

SECTION B
8.
Principles of Mechanics
Synge and
Griffith
Tangential, normal, radial and transverse components of velocity and
Dynamics Rectilinear motion with constant and variable acceleration,
acceleration,
9.
Principles of Mechanics
Hauser.
Simple harmonic motion, Work, Power and Energy, Conservative forces
and principles of energy, Principles of linear and angular momentum,
Motion of a projectile, Ranges on horizontal and inclined planes, Parabola
10.
Partial Differential Equations
Sneddon. I.N.
of safety. Motion under central forces, Apse and apsidal distances,
Planetary orbits, Keplers laws, Moments and products of inertia of
11.
Theoretical Mechanics
Beckker
particles and rigid bodies, Kinetic energy and angular momentum of a rigid
body,
Candidates
Motion of
will
rigid
be bodies,
asked toCompound
attempt any
pendulum.
two questions
Impulsive
from motion,
Section
The Quran, its language,
Theory
Vector
contents
and
of ordinary
Tensor
and style;
Methods
differential
its influence
Goddirgton,
on the E.A.
12.
Theoretical
Mechanics
Bradsbury
collision
A,
Differential
oneLinear
question
of two
Equations
differential
spheres
from Section
and
APPLIED
equations
coefficient
B and
SECTION
PAPERII
with
MATHEMATICS
twoof
constant
questions
restitution.
A and
from
variable
Section
coefficients.
C. (Marks100) subsequent
1. literature.
(a)
13.
14.
(b)
equations
Cartesian
The
Pre-Islamic
Tensors
Arabic8.Literature.
PAPERI
ARABIC
and
Total
Charlton
N.Marks200
Marks100
Livenision
(CSS-2012)
Jeffreya

19

2.

(c)

Quranic semantics and etymology with special reference to Ibn


Manzoors Lisan alArab and Raghib al-Asfahanis Mufradat fi
Gharib al-Quran.

(d)

Literary History and Literary criticismliterary movements,


classical backgound, socio-cultural influences and modern trends.
Origin and development of modern literary genres, including
drama, novel, short story, essay.

(e)

Contribution of Arabs in the fields of science, philosophy and


linguistics with special reference to the views of the Ibn Khaldun,
al-biruni, al-Jahiz, Ibn Maskawaih, Ibn Maja, al-Kasai and
Sebawaih.

(f)

A short introduction to Pakistani Arabic literature in the fields of


prose and poetry.

(g)

The contemporary Arabic literature in Egypt, Lebanon and Iraq


with special emphasis on the literature of al-Mahjer and its
outstanding representatives such as Jabran Khalil Jabran, Ilia Abu
Medhi, Mckhail Naeema, and Umer Abu Risha.
A short Essay in Arabic.

PAPERII
(Marks100)
This paper will require first-hand reading of the texts prescribed and
will be designed to test the candidates critical ability.

11. Literary History of the Arabs


12. Arabic Grammer

Poetry

1.

Imarul Qais : His Maullaqah :


Qifaa Nabki mim Zakraa Habibin Wa Manzili (Complete).

2.

Zohair Bin Abi Sulma : His Maullaqah :


A Min Umme Aufaa Dimnatun lam takalami (Complete).

3.

Hassan Bin Tabit : The following five Qasaid from his Daiwan : From
Qasidah No. 1 to Qasidah No. IV and the Qasidah :
Lillahi Darru Kaaba .................. Nadamtuhum.

4.

Labeed : Afatiddiyaru Mahalluha Wa Maqammuha Mahmud Timur :


Story : Ammi Mutawalli (From :)

5.

Taufiq Al-Hakim : Dramas : Sirrul Muntahiraa from his book


Masra-hiyaatu Tufiqal Hakim.

6.

Dr. Rana M. N. Ehsan Elahie : Nafais al-Adab, [P.U.B.A. (Hons)


Course].

7.

Dr. Jalal al-Khayyat and others :

Nicholson
Thatcher

9. BALOCHI

Jarikh-ul-Abad-il-Arabi-il-Hadith
8.

Dr. Taha Hussain :

Hadith al-Arabaa

9.

Isa an-Nauri :

Adab al-mahjer

Candidates
1. The Contribution
will be required
of India
to answer
to the some questions carrying not
10.
11.
N
less
OTE
George
than
Dr.
: Arabic
25%
DeSaidah
Boer
marks
Title
Literature.
: in Arabic
SUGGESTED
also. ARABIC
Adabuna
The
READINGS
History
wal-Udaba
of Philosophy
fi Authors
Dr.
Adab
Zubaid
in al-Mahjer
IslamAhmed

(CSS-2012)

20
10.

BOTANY
4.

Plant Taxonomy and BiosystematicsClive, A. Stace

5.

The Biology of the Algae


(Second Edition)

6.

The Structure and Life of Bryophytes Watson, E.V.

Phycology : Origin, evolution, distribution and classification


with reference to range, structure, life history, ecology and
economic importance of the main groups of algae.

7.

The Morphology of Pteridophytes

Sporne, K.R.

8.

The Morphology of Gymnosperms

Sporne, K.R.

Mycology and Plant Pathology Structure, development


reproduction, classification; phylogeny, physiology and
economic importance of the main groups of fungi. Diseases of
economic importance and general principles of their control.

9.

Cytology

Total Marks200
PAPERI
(Marks100)
1.

Thallophytes :
(a)

(b)

Round, F.E.

Wilson, G.B. &


Morrison, J.H.

10.

Diagnosis and Improvement of Saline


Richards, L.A.
and Alkali Soils
(ed)

11.

Plant Physiology (Second Edition) Frank, B.


Salisbury &
Cleon W. Ross

4. Anatomy and Embryology : Primary and secondary tissues.


Meristems, tissue differentiation, normal and abnormal secondary growth,
anatomy of leaf, stem and root. Micro and megasporogenesis, pollination
mechanism, fertilization, development of embryo and endosperm. seed
dispersal.

12.

Plant and the Ecosystem

13.

Principles of Genetics

Gardner, E.J.

14.

Morphology of Plants

Bold, Harold, C.

5. Taxonomy of Angiosperms : Systems of classification. Rules of


botanical nomenclature. Concepts of speciation. Introduction to modern
trends in plant taxonomy : Bio-systematics, chemotaxonomy and numerical
taxonomy.

15.

Introduction to fungi

16.

Plant growth and Development

Leopold, A.C. &


Kriedmann, P.E.

17.

Terrestrial Plant Ecology

Barbour, M.G. &


Bark, J.H. Titts,
W.D.

2. Bryology : Evoloution of gametophytes and sporophytes.


3. Peteridophyta and Gymnosperms : General structure, life history
and evolutionary tendencies. Ontogeny and structure of seed.

BOTANY

Billings, W.D.

Webster, J.

PAPERII
(Marks100)
11. BRITISH HISTORY
1. Plant Physiology : Plant water relations, osmotic quantities,
absorptions, transpiration, role of essential mineral elements, their uptake
Total Marks200
and distribution, growth and development, plant hormones,
photoperiodism, vernalization. Dormancy and seed germination.
British History.The history of the British Isles and of the British
Biochemistry of carbohydrates, proteins and fats with reference to plants.
Empire and Commonwealth.
Enzymes. Plant pigments. Photophosphorelation, path of carbon in
photosynthesis, oxidative phosophorelation (respiration), nitrogen and fat
Paper I.
metabolism.
(Marks100)
From 1688 to 1850
2. Ecology : Influence of climatic, edaphic and biotic factors on
plant growth. Sampling techniques. Major formations in relation to climatic
Paper II.
zones. Concepts of ecosystems and their productivity, Ecological energetics,
(Marks100)
efficiency, pyramids, food chains and trophic levels.
From 1850 to the present day.
Note.Credit will be given in both the papers, not only for precise presentation
Salinity and water logging in Pakistan, causes, reclamation, soil
erosion, methods of control and conservation. Pollution and conservationof facts, but also for sound critical judgement.
of natural resources.

3. Cytology : Detailed study of ultrastructure of cell. Mitosis and


meiosis. Significance of meiosis.

BRITISH HISTORY
SUGGESTED READINGS

4. Genetics :
Title
(a)

Mendalian Genetics, Linkage, crossing over, sex linked genes,


lethals, balanced lethals. Mutation, polyploidy.

Biochemical Genetics : Bichemical nature of hereditary


(b) An Introduction
5. Evolution
material,
: Theories
genetic
oftoevolution,
Embryology
Code, Fine
Neo-Darwinism.
of
Structure of gene,
Neo- transduction
Eames, A.G. &
Lamarckism.
2.
1.
3.
An Adaptive
Angiosperms
Introduction
and transformation.
Title
mutations.
SUGGESTED
of Plant Anatomy
to
Diseases
BOTANY
READINGS
Mc.
Author
Wheeler,
Maheshveri
Daniels,
B.E.J.
L.H.

Author

1.

A Text Book of Modern English History


Southgate, G.W.

2.
10.
5.
4.
3.
6.
7.
8.
9.

A
Text
Book of
G.W.
The
Struggle
Penguin
Dictionary
forEuropean
MasteryofHistory
inEnglish
EuropeSouthgate,
Derry, J.K.
&
England
Modern
History
Europe
English
18481918
and
European
Since
of
Social
Britain
in Britain
England
theNapoleon
History
Eighteenth
History Harmondswarth
Century
Thompsen,
Trevelyan,
Williams,
Jarman,
Taylor,
Serlley,
Carter,
(CSS-2012)
Wood,
David
A.J.P.
G.M.
T.L.
E.N.
W.T.
E.H.
E.L.

21
11.

Britain Between the Wars

Movat, Charles L.

5.

Management

12.

Democracy : Great Britain 18151914

Bentley, Michael

6.

Marketing Management

7.

Fundamentals of Marketing

8.

Marketing

Joel R. Evans

9.

Marketing

Courtland L. Bovee.

12.

Arthur G. Bedeian
Philip Kotler
William J. Stanton

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Total Marks100

Candidates will be asked to attempt total Five questions including


one compulsory (objective type) question. They will attempt at least one
question (out of two) from each part. Short note within the question
(without choice) can also be given.

10.

Putting Total Quality Management


Marshal Sashkin and
to Work
Kenneth J. Kiser

11.

Fundamentals of Financial Management Van Horn

12.

Essentials of Managerial Finance


J. Fred Weston,
Eugene and Brigham

13.

Financial Management

PART-I
MANAGEMENT
1. Nature And Scope of Management-Different Schools of thought.
2. PlanningPlanning
Management.

process;

Planning

tools;

Change
13.

3. OrganisationType of Organisation; Theory of Organisation;


Group dynamics ; Staffing.
4. ActuatingLeading; Approaches to LeadershipCoordinating;
Communicating; Motivating.
5. ControllingBudgetary Control; Budgetry process.
PART-II
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

Gitt Man

CHEMISTRY
Total Marks200
PAPERI
(Marks100)

1. Atomic structure.Quantum theory, Schrodinger equation,


Particle in box, hydrogen atom. Hydrogen moleculeion, hydrogen
molecule. Theories of hydrogen and metallic bonding.
2. Electrochemistry.Ionic equilibria, theory of strong electrolytes;
ebye-Huckel theory of activity coefficients, galvanic cells, memberane
equilibria and fuel cells. Theories of Acids and Bases, glass electrode,
measurement of pH. Electroloysis, overvoltage and corrosion.

1. An overview of Marketing.
2. Marketings Role in Society and inside a Firm.

3. Thermodynamics.First law of thermodynamics, internal energy,


enthalphy functions. Thermochemistry, Entropy and second law of
Thermodynamics, Free energy and chemical equilibrium.

3. Environment of Marketing.
4. Chemistry of Following Elements.Oxygen, Carbon, Chlorine,
Silicon, Nitrogen, Phosphorus.

4. Strategic Planning and Marketing.

5. Metallurgy of the Following Elements.Copper, Aluminium,


5. Marketing Mix i.e. Product, Pricing, Place (Distribution,
Iron and Silver.
Channels), Wholesaling, Retailing, Sales Promotion (Advertising, Publlic
Relations).
6. Inorganic Chemical Industries.Sulphuric Acid, Fixation of
Nitrogen, Chemical Fertilizers, Semi-conductivity devices. Cement, Glass
and Ceramics.

6. Global Marketing.
PART-III
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
1. Nature and Scope of Financial Management
2. Interpretation of Financial
analysisCommon size analysis.

7. Chemistry of Transition Elements.General characteristics of the


group based on the electronic configuration of the elements. Complex
compounds. Nature of Coordinate Bond, Historical development,
Applications of Valence Bond, Molecular Orbital and Crystal Field
Theories to explain the structures of the Complex Compounds.

StatementRatio analysis, Trend

3. Time Value of MoneyConcept of TVM; Net Present Value; Pay


Back period; Internal rate of return.
4. Working Capital ManagementCash Management; Receivable
Management; Inventory Management.

8. PollutionWater, air.

CHEMISTRY
PAPERII

(Marks100)
4.2.Physical
Chemical
Organic
Kinetics.Rate
Chemistry.Elements
law and its determination
of Organic reaction
Order of
5. Port Folio ManagementTypes of Investment; Financial
reaction.
mechanism.
3.1.Surface
Theory
Experimental
Optical
Chemistry
of Chemical
andmethods.
Geometric
and
Bonding.Elements
Catalysis.Physical
Temperature
Isomarism.Dependence
Conformational
ofadsorption
Valence of
bond
and
rate
analysis.
and
Securities;
Diversification of Risk.
6. AccountingAccounting
Cycles, Preparation of Financial
HoroldA.
James
Koontz
F.constants.
molecular
chemisorption.
Resonance.
Stoner
5.and
Organic
Study
orbital
HBond
Halogen
Surface
of
theories
mechanism
and
Compounds.Types
area
(idea
itsdetermination.
effects
of abonding,
few
on the
selected
Homogeneous
properties
non-bonding
and reactions
Synthetic
of Organic
and
and
(1st
application.
anti-bonding
and 2nd
Statements;
4.
3.
2.
1.
Management
The
Management
Balance
Title
New Management
Sheet,
BUSINESS
SUGGESTED
IncomeADMINISTRATION
Statement.
READINGS
Robins
Robert
Heinz
and
Author
Charles
Weihrich
M.
Stephen
under
Fulmer
orbitals)
Hetrogeneous
Compounds.
Grignard
Wanke
P.reaction
Sigma
Reagents.
Catalysis.
only).
and Pi bonds.
Acid-base
Hybridization,
and Enzyme
Shape
Catalysis.
of molecules.
(CSS-2012)

22
6. Chemistry of Carbonyl Compounds.Types of Carbonyl
Compounds. Preparation and reactions of Aldehydes and ketones.
7. Aromatic Chemistry.Structure of Benzene with particular
reference to Mechanism of Electrophilic Substitution Reactions.

Software Engineering
Introduction to Software Engineering, Software life cycle, Software
Design Methodologies: Structured/Object oriented, Software
documentation and Management, Introduction to CASE tools.

8. Organic Nitrogen Compounds.Diazonium Salts and their


synthetic applications. Preparation and reactions of Aromatic Amino
Compounds. Introduction to the Study of Dyes with particular reference to
Azodyes.

SECTION-C
Data Base Management

Data Models, E-R Models, Relational Database concepts, SQL,


Normalization, Database Design.

9. Chemistry of Natural Products.Elementary study of


Carbohydrates. Oils and Fats. Alkaloids and Vitamins.

Web Programming
10. Industrial Organic Chemistry.Organic Polymers. Fermentation
processes including preparation of Anti-Biotics. Petro-Chemical Industry. HTML, CGI, PERL, JAVA: Applet/Script, WWW, Web based
interface Design.
CHEMISTRY
Computer Graphics
SUGGESTED READINGS

1.

Advanced Inorganic Chemistry


3rd Ed.

2.

Inorganic Chemistry, 3rd Ed. 1983

3.

Physical Chemistry 3rd Ed.

Fundamentals of input, display and hard copy devices, scan


Author conversion of geometric primitives, 2D and 3D geometric transformations,
clipping and windowing, scene modeling and animation, algorithms for
visible and surface determination.
Cotton. F.A. and
Wilkinson Groffrey
SUGGESTED READINGS
Hukeavy, James E.
The following books or their more recent equivalents, manuals,
Barrow, Gardon
M.magazines and Journals, are recommended.
computer

4.

Physical Chemistry 5th Ed.

Moore, Walter J.

5.

University Chemistry

Mahan, B.H.

6.

Introduction to Organic Chemistry


2nd Ed.

Streitwieser, A. Jr.

7.

Mechanism & Structure in Organic


Chemistry

Gould, Edwards

8.

Organic Chemistry 2nd Ed.

Morrison, Robert
Thornton & Boyd
R.N.

Title

14. COMPUTER SCIENCE


Total Marks100
Candidates will be asked to attempt total five questions including one
compulsory objective type question. They will attempt atleast one question
from each section. Each question will carry 20 marks.
SECTION-A

Title
1.

Computer Concepts, 3rd Edition, ITP,J.J.


1998
Parsond &
D. Oja

2.

Mathematical Structures for ComputerG.L. Gersting


Science, Freeman & Company

3.

Java Script: The Definitive Guide, 2/e, D. Flanagan


OReilly, 1997

4.

The HTML Sourcebook, Wiley, 1996 I.S. Graham

5.

Computer Science: An overview, 6/e,


J. G. Brookshear
Addison-Wesley, 1998

6.

Java: An Object First Approach, Addison F. Culwin


Wesley, 1998

7.

Web Page Scripting Techiques, Hayden


J. Bloomberg,
Books, 1996
J. Kawski J and
P. Treffers

Computer Architecture
Introduction to modern machine Architecture, Storage Hierarchy;
Main/Virtual/Cache/Secondary Memory, CPU, ALU, Peripheral
communication, Designing of Instruction set, Stored program concept,
Introduction to parallel computing; SIMD/MIMD.

Computer
8. Organization and Architecture:W. Stallings
Designing for performance 4/e, Prentice-Hall
1997
The Art
9. of Computer Programming, Addison D.E. Knuth
Wesley

Operating System
Functions/Types of operating systems, Processes, Interprocess
Communication/Synchronization/Co-ordination, Process Scheduling
Policies, Virtual Memory Management Techniques; Paging/Segmentation,
File Management Systems.
Pseudo language, Functions, Iteration, Recursion, Time/complexity
Analysis,
LAN/WAN/MAN,
Basics
Stacks
of C/C++
Queue,
environment,
Communication
hashing, linked
memory
channels,
list,concepts,
Searching;
Internetworking,
operators,
Sequential,
control
Binary,
Computer
Networks
Internet,Algorithms,
structures,
Sorting
Network
selection
layer
Graphs
structures,
structure,
Algorithms,
Array
ISO&Internet
functions/methods,
Tree Algorithms,
Protocol, OSI/TCP/IP
Trees,
classes
ADTs,
& data
reference
Structured
Abstractions,
Data
Implementation
Structures
model.
andinheritance
Object
and
using
Algorithms
Structured/object
Oriented
and polymorphism.
Programming
SECTION-B
oriented languages.

Author

Vol. 1 Fundamental Algorithms, 3/e, 1997


Vol. 3 Sorting and Searching, 2/e, 1998
10.

Algorithms and Data Structures, Prentice N. Wirth


Hall, 1985

11.
Introduction to Database Systems, 6/e,
C.J. Date
Computer Graphics:
Software
Operating
Computer
Principles
Engineering:
Networks,
networks
System
and1996
Practice,
Concepts,
and
3rd
AInternet,
Practitioners
Edition,
Foley/Van
4/e, AddisonPrentice
Prentice
Silberschatz
Dam/
H.M. Deitel,
&
Addison
Wesley,
2/e, Addison-Wesley,
14.
13.
12.
16.
15.
18.
17.
Software
Approach
Wesley,
Hall,
C++:
1996Feiner/Hughes
1996
1998
How
1996
Engineering,
(4th
to Program,
edition),6/e
Prentice-Hall,
McGraw-Hill,
1998 IanJ.S.Sommerville
1998
Peterson,
P.J.
1997
R.
D.E.
(CSS-2012)
Tanenbaum
Pressman
Deital
Comer

23
19.

20.

Data Base Processing, Fundamentals-design David M. Kropnke 3. Agricultural Development in Pakistan : Changes in Agricultural
implementation, 4th Edition, Macmillan
Policies over plan periods, Major Monetary and Fiscal measures to promote
Publishing Company, New York, 1993
Agricultural development, Green Revolution Strategy and its implications
for growth and redistribution, Land Reforms and changes in the Tenure
System 19501980, Cooperative Farming.
Data and Computer Communication, 5th
W. Stallings
Edition, Prentice-Hall International, 1997
4. Industrial Development in Pakistan : Early industrialisation
strategy, Creation of Financial and Development Institutions, Major
monetary and fiscal measures to promote industrial development, Changing
role of public sector over the plan periods, Evaluation of Nationalisation
15. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Policy, Concentration of industrial income and wealth.

Total Marks100
5. Role of Foreign Trade and Aid in economic development : Trends
Constitutional LawPrinciples of Constitutional Law with special in Pakistans Balance of Payments, Changes in direction of trade, Trends in
reference to United Kingdom, United States of America, France, FormerPakistans major exports and imports, Causes of significant changes in the
trends, the role of migration and remittances in Pakistans economy, costs
Union of Soviet Socialist Republic, Pakistan and India.
and benefits of Foreign Aid.
6. Privatization, denationalisation and deregulation, conceptual and
operational aspects. International comparisons.

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
SUGGESTED READINGS

ECONOMICS
Title

Author
SUGGESTED READINGS

1.

Constitution of Pakistan

Monir, M.

2.

Constitutional Development of Pakistan

Choudhry, A.G.

3.

Governments and Parties in Continental


Europe

Lowell, A.L.

Introduction to the study of the Law of


the Constitution

Dicey

Title

Author

1.

A Text-book of Economics TheoryStonier & Hague

2.

Economic Development in the Third Todaro, M.P.


World

3.

Under Development and Agrarian Khan, Mahmood


Structure in Pakistan
Hassan

4.

Economic of Islam

Total Marks200

5.

Economics

(Marks100)

6.

Factors in Economic DevelopmentCairncross, A.K.

7.

Foreign Aid Theory and Practice in


Southern Asia

Consumer behaviour, Determination of market demand and supply,


theory of the Firm, Producers equilibrium, Pricing of the factors of
production.

8.

Government FinanceAn Economic Due John, F.


Analysis

2.

9.

Introduction to International EconomicsSnider, D.A.

4.

16.

ECONOMICS

Ahmed, S.M.
Paul A. Samuleson

PAPERI

1.

Micro Economics

Macro Economics

Basic Economic Concepts, National Income Accounting,


Consumption Function and Multiplier, Determination of equilibrium level
of income and output, Inflation.
3.

10.

Microeconomic Theory

Ferguson, C.E. &


Gould, J.P.

11.

Modern Microeconomics

Koutsoyiannis, A.

12.

Macroeconomics

13.

Population Problems

14.

Studies in Economic Development with Ghouse, A.


Special Reference to Pakistan

Money and Banking

Functions of Money, Quantity Theory of Money, The Fisher and


Cambridge Formulations, Systems of note issue, Credit Creation,
Functions of Central Banks, Instruments of credit control, Theory of
Liquidity Preference.
4.

Wolf, Jr. DC

Public Financing

Rudigar Dorubush
& Stanley Fisher
Theompson &
Lewis

Government expenditure, Sources of Government Revenue, Types of


taxes, Incidence of different taxes, Public Debt, Objectives, methods of
15.
The General Theory of Employment, Keynes, J.M.
1.
Definition
andfinancing.
measurement of Development, Characteristics of
The paper will cover the study
of English
literature from 1798 to 1900
repayment,
Deficit
Interest
and Money
under
Theory
development,
of Comparative
Rethinking
costs,onArguments
the conceptforofProtection,
Development
Balance
: Growth
ofwith specialNote.The
referencecandidates
to the works
of be
W.familiar
Blake,with:
Wordsworth, Shelley,
should
payments,
vs.
Redistributive
2. Planning
International
Experience
justice,liquidity,
Absolute
of Pakistan
International
and :Relative
A critical
Money
Poverty,
evaluation
andBasic
Banking
of Needs
the
Keats, Byron,Pakistan
CharlesEconomic
Lamb, Dickens,
Tennyson,ofRobert
Browning,
Hardy,
Survey, Government
Pakistan,
Five Year Plans,
5.
International
Trade
The
Economics
Developing
Countries
Hynit, H.
Institutions.
Approach.
strategy
of economic
planning.
PAKISTANS
ECONOMICS
PAPERII
ECONOMY
(Marks100)
George Eliot,Government
J.S. Mill,16.
Ruskin
and
Detailed
OscarDevelopment
study
Wilde.
17. of
ofENGLISH
a literary
PAPERI
age
LITERATURE
Total
(19thMarks200
Marks100
century)
(CSS-2012)
of Pakistan,
World
Reports.

25
24
VII.Evidence
Risorginmento
of first-hand
and the
reading
Unionwill
of Italy
be required. The paper will be
IX.17.
The Second
Shakespeares
World War
Later Comedies; Palmer, D.J. (ed)
designed to test not only the candidates knowledge of the prescribed
An anthology of Modern Criticism
Causes, the events, Atlantic Charter, Tehran, Yalta and Potsdam
authors
works but also
their understanding
of theCavour
main literary
trends
Revolutionary
movements
in Italy, Mazzini,
and other
victory, effect of the war.
during theof
period.
having
a bearing
on the
social
and Foregin
cultural conferences, the allied 18.
architects
ItalianQuestions
unification,
Napoleon
III and
Italian
Unity,
The world of Swift
Vickers, B. (ed)
back-ground
the Period
also be
included.
Policy
of Italyofafter
unification
to 1914.
X. 19.The U.N.O.
The Art of Swift
Probyn, C.T.
VIII. Unification of Germany
Origin, the Charter
theDark
U.N.O.,
keeping
force.
ENGLISH LITERATURE
20. ofThe
Sun,U.N.O.
a Studyasofpeace
Lawrence
Hough,
Graham
Background, Napoleon and Germany, Rise of Prussia, Zollverein,
XI.21.
The Political
State
of Europe
194550
Revolution of 1848 and Germany, PAPERII
Rise of Bismark and his role as architect
The Love
Ethics
of Lawrence
Silk, M.
of German Unity, Wars with Denmark, Austria and France, Domestic
and
(Marks100)
foreign policy of Bismark from 1870 to 1890. Foreign Policy of Germany The new Balance of Power in Europe, Russian domination of Eastern
22.
The Lonely Tower Studies in the
Henna, T.R.
from 1890 to 1914.
Europe, Decisions on Germanys
Future,
Economic Collapse of Western
Poetry
of Yeats
The paper will require first hand knowledge of the text prescribed as
Europe and recovery, Marshall Plan, Cold War, The Blockade of Berlin,
well as general awareness of the authors major works, and will be designed
N.A.T.O.
to test
candidates
critical ability.
IX.
Thethe
growth
of Colonisation
and of Overseas Empire 181592
23.
The Last Romantics
Hough, G.
XII.
Russia
a Great power Knight, G. Willson
Different
forms of colonisation, British
Colonial
1.
Shakespeare
..
Hamletpolicy and
24.The Rise
Theof
Wheel
of as
Fire
expansion, The French Colonial Policy and expansion, The French in North
the Century
fruit of victory,
Warsaw Pact,Basil Willey
Africa,
Canal, Anglo French Control
in Egypt,
Russia
in the CaucasusThe effects of the War
2. Suez
Swift
..
Gullivers
Travels
25.on Russia,
The 19th
Back Ground
Russias efforts to spread its influence in Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and
and Turkistan, Anglo-Russian Results of Colonial development.
Latin-America 1945 to 1960.
3.
Jane Austen
..
Pride and Prejudice
26.
The Great Tradition
Leavis, F.R.
X. England 1893 to 1910
XIII.
after
theofSecond
4.
Shaw
..
Pygmalion
27.France
The
Odes
Keats World War Holloway, T. Camb
Social and constitutional reforms, material progress, social thought
French Republic,
Colonial Policy after Second World Ricks, C.
and 5.
culture.
Yeats
..
The Second Coming, sailing Fourth
to
28. French
Tennyson
War, Algeria, Indochina, De Gaules domestic and foreign policy.
Byzanthium, Among School
Children
XI. Road to the First World War
29.
Tennyson : The Critical Heritage
Jump, J.D.
XIV. England after the Second World War
Alliances
counter alliances, Drickaiserbund,
Austro
German
6.
T.S.and
Eliot
..
The Waste
Land
30.
The Poetry of Browning
Drew, P.
alliance 1879, Triple alliance 1882. The formation of Dualalliance 1891-93,The rise of Labour Party, Economic Policy of the Labour Partys
Colonial Policy after the Second World War,
Anglo-Japanese
alliance, French British
British
Entente, theirGovernment, Englands31.
7.
D.H. Lawrence
.. and Russo
Sons &
Lovers
Use of Poetry & Use of Criticism
Eliot, T.S.
crisesAlgeeiras, Bosnia, Agadir, German Navy, Baghdad Railway, Decline of England as World Power, British Common Wealth, England and
the Common Market, England and the Middle East 1945 to 1960.
Balkan crises. The cause of First World War.
8.
Earnest Hemingway
..
Old Man & The Sea
32.
20th Century Views
Abrahams, M.H.
XV.33.
Europe
andRomantics
Common Image
Market
..
Waiting for Godot
The
Kermode, F.
EUROPEAN HISTORY
10.
Robert Frost
..
The Pasture, Revelation, TheThe
Tuftorigin and evolution of the European Common Market upto
of Flowers, After Apple1960.
(19141960)
18. EUROPEAN HISTORY
Picking, Mending Wall, The
EUROPEAN HISTORY
PAPERIIRoad not Taken, And Old Mans
Total Marks200
Winter Night, Birches, Fire and
(17891914)
Ice, Stopping by Woods, WestSUGGESTED READINGS
running brook, Desert(Marks100)
Places.
PAPERI
Title
Author
(Marks100)
I.
First World War
ENGLISH LITERATURE
AnRevolution
Intellectual History of Modern Stromberg, R.N.
I. 1.French
EventsU.S.A.s entry into the War, Wilsons 14 points, the choice
Europe
SUGGESTED
READINGS
of the Turks, War in the Middle
East Britains
Middle East Policy during
the War, Balfour Declaration, Defeat of Germany, Austria and Turkey,
Background, Old Regime, Philosophers, Estate General, National
2.
AParties
History
World
effects of the War.
inof
theModern
Legislative
Assembly. ThePalmer, R.
Title
Author Assembly, Englands Reaction,
fall of Monarchy, European coalition against France and the War, the second and the third partition
theofTerror
andFrance
the end of Terror,
3. of Poland,
A History
Modern
Cobban, Afred.
After
Strange Gods
Eliot, T.S.
II. 1. Peace
Treaties
France and Europe 179395. 18711962
9.

Samuel Backet

2. Treaty
A Guide
to English
Literature
Ford,
The
of Versailles,
The
big four, The basis of the Treaty,
TheB. Pelican
EuropeBonaparte
Since 1815
Craig, G.A.
Series
7 Vols.
II. 4. Napoleon
Treaty of Versailles and the U.S. The treaties of St. Germain and
Trianon,
The treaty of Serres, the Treaty of Lausanne.
Europe
in the Ninteenth
to power,
Napoleon
as Emperor, statesmanAgatha
and Ramm.
3.
Common Pursuit
Leavis, F.R.The rise of Napoleon 5.
Century
1789, 1905
warrior,
Napoleon
and
Europe,
the
continental
system,
the
fall
of
Napoleon,
III. The League of Nations
Englands role in the catastrophe of Napoleon.
4.
D. H. Lawrence
Leavis, F.R.
6.
Europe in the Twentieth
Agatha Ramm.
The Covenant, the League between the two Wars, causes of failure.
Century 1905-1970
5.
Dickens, the Novelist
Leavis, F.R.
IV. Marxism and the Soviet Union
III. Vienna Settlement and concept of Europe
7.
Europe Since Napoleon
Thompson, D.
6. Russian
Gulliver
and the Gentle
Rowson,
The
Revolution
1917, Reader
Lenin, The Third International
1919, C.J.
Treaty
of
Chaumont,
First
treaty
of
Paris,
Second
treaty
of
Paris,
Civil War in Russia, Trotsky. The Constitution of the U.S.S.R. Stalin, First
8.
Europe
Since Alliance,
1870
Quadruple
Congress SystemToll,
andJames,
Five7.year Plan,
Purges,
policy between theCaroll,
two Wars.
George
Eliot The
: TheRussian
Criticalforeign
Heritage
D.Treaty
(ed) of Vienna, Holy Alliance.
The
Background,
of the
continuity
Greek British
Revolt
and reaction,
1820 toMetternich
Independence
system,
1832,
thethe
force of
failure
offorces
congress
system,
Leadership.
Disadvantages
Germany fromoftheParliamentary
Versailles Treaty
Government,
to Hitler, Cabinet
Origins of
Government
Nazism, in
change
Crimeanand
War
progress,
1853 to Nationalism,
1856
Peace
Democracy,
Treaty
Europe
ofin
Liberalism,
Paris,
the Making
Pan Slavisin,
Socialism,
from
9. andModern
International
Relations
Between
the The Carr, E.H.
8.Italy
History
of English
Legouis
and
V. Defects
and
Fascism
Mein
England.
Effects
Kamph,
Depression
In
of
ofMemorium
the
the
Hitlers
War
French
of
on1929
rise
Italy,
in
Constitution,
Essay
toLiterature
and
Mussolinis
power,
Ancient
England,
Domestic
collapse
rise
Stability
to
ofPolicy
power,
theofThird
British
ofFascist
Hitler,
Republic,
Steel,
Common
party
the P. Preacher
Revolution
Russo-Turkish
Effects of
inWar
France
Warperiod,
1877,
1830,constitutional
the
Revolution
treaty
the
The
European
History
Struggle
of San
in
development,
Revolution
France
Stefano.
offor
Powers
Modern
Mastery
in The
1848
and
to
progress
Europe
the
Congress
inthe
and
Europe
Common
German
the
in sequence
and the
TwoFrench
World
Wars
Cazamian
IV.
England
1814
to1848
1833
and13.
VI.
Totalitarian
VII.
Foreign
VIII.
Wealth,
12.
16.
15.
14.
10.
11.
Germany
9.
Principles,
France
England
Foreign
Policy
Hardy
and
Romantic
Lawrence
Robert
Swift
History
Hardy,
State,
between
and
between
Modern
of
Italys
Policy
:the
Browning
Nazism
France
Hitlers
of
The
Poetry
the
English
Novelist
foreign
Critical
the
oftwo
between
England
foreign
two
Wars
Literature
policy
Heritage
Wars
policy.
the
between
between
Wars. the
theWars.
two Wars. Kermode,
Cecil,
Hudson
Cox,
Eliot,
Abrahams,
Amstrange,
and
Jester
R.G.
T.S.
D.of
treaty
Industry,
F.
(ed)
revolutions
M.H.
J. (ed)
of Berlin
Agriculture
in1878.
Europe.
V.and
VI.
10.
13.
12.
14.
15.
11.
The
Culture.
Europe
Eastern
Market
The
Question
18891917
18481918
1815
Age
Norton
Question
to
of
19481971
Progress
History
1820oftoModern
1878 EuropeColins,
Taylor,
Nicolson,
Mosse,
(CSS-2012)
Gilbert,
Fasal,
Irene.
A.J.P.
W.E.
H.
G.
F.

26
16.

The First World War.

Taylor A.J.P.

17.

The Origions of the Second World War

Taylor, A.J.P.

18.

Western Civilization 2 Volumes

Burns, E.M.

19.

The Eve of European Era 1890 to the


Present

Gilbirt, Felix

20.

The Age of Revolution and Reaction


17891850

Breving, Charles

21.

The Age of Nationalism and 18501890

20.

GEOGRAPHY
Total Marks200
PAPERI

PHYSICAL AND GENERAL GEOGRAPHY

19.

Ecology and General Silviculture.

2.

Forest Statistics, Mensuration and Research Methods.

(iii)

Forest Management and Economics.

(iv)

Water Shed Management.

Forests surveying and Engineering.

(vii)

Forest Policy, Law and Protection.

(viii).

Landforms

3.

Oceans

Continental Margins and the Sea Floor. Distribution of Temperature


and Salinity. Movements of the Ocean Water : Waves, Currents and Tides.
4.

Range Management

(vi)

Elements of Weather and Climate

Total Marks100
Major landforms, Rocks : origin, formation and classification,
Internal Structure of the Earth, Earth quakes and Volcancity, Weathering,
Mass Wasting, Erosion and Deposition, Cycle of Erosion. Landforms
produced by Underground and Ground Water, Wind and Glaciers.

(ii)

(v)

1.

Insolation and Atmospheric Temperature. Global Radiation and Heat


Balance. Atmospheric Pressure and Winds. Humidity and Precipitation. Air
Rich, Norman
Masses, Fronts and Atmospheric Disturbances. Classification of Climate
and Climatic Regions.

FORESTRY

Forestry :
(i)

(Marks100)

Study of Maps

Types of maps : Topographical Maps, Aerial Photographs, Weather


Maps. Map Projections : classification and choice of projections, Merits
and Demerits of Cylindrical, Conical and Zenithal Projections. Diagrams,
graphs and Distribution Maps based on Statistical Data.
PAPERII

Forest Biology, Wildlife and Natural Park Management.

HUMAN, ECONOMIC AND REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY


FORESTRY

(Marks100)
1.

SUGGESTED READINGS
Title

Human Geography

Man and his Habitat : Concepts of Environmentalism and Possibilism.


World Population-distribution, structure and growth (natural increase and
migration). World, Society and Culture : races, languages and religions,
Champion,
Sethof education and welfare. Settlementsrural and urban,
levels
& Khattak,
G.M.
characteristics
and problems of urban places. Population/Resource
Regions.
Do
Author

1.

Manual of Silviculture for Pakistan

2.

Forest Types of Pakistan

3.

Principles of Silviculture

4.

Plant & Environment

5.

Elementary Forest Mensuration

6.

Natural Resources Measurement

2.
Economic Geography
Daniel, T.W.
Helms & Baker
Economic Activities : primary, secondary and tertiary. Primary
Activity : agricultural systems ; subsistence, intensive, extensive,
Daubenmire,
R.
mechanized
and mixed farming. Production, Distribution and Trade of
Major Cereal and Non-Cereal Crops. Forests and Fisheries. Power Resources.
Jerram, M.R.K.
Major Industries : iron and steel, textiles and chemical industries. Politicoeconomic Relationship between the More Developed and Less Developed
countries.
Avery, T.E.

7.

Forest Management

Khattak, G.M.

8.

Fundamental of Forestry Economics

Duerr, W.A.

9.

Surveying and Levelling

10.
16.
15.
14.
13.
12.
18.
17.
11.

Rasul Manual for Subordinate


Engineers, Surveying Part-I
Material
The
Principles
Forest
Forests
Range
Vegetation
Pakistan
Engineering
Protection
Management
&ofForestry
of
&
Construction
Forest
Forest
Watershed
in
(Roads
Policy
Act,
Pakistan
Management
1927
& Bridges)

3.

Regional Geography

Economic and Social Regions of the world. Regional Geography of


South Asia with special reference to Pakistan under the following heads :
Kanetkar,Resource
T.P.
base (Human, Physical and Economic) Transport, Trade and
and Kulkarni
International Relations.
Stoodart,M.I.
Sheikh,
Smith
&
Anon
Syed,
Harrison,
Hawley
Worrell
Hafeez,
and
Colman,
Box
Z.H.
M.
&E.A.
J.L.
Stickle

4. An Introduction to Map work and


Monkhouse, F.J.
1.Practical
2.
3.
5.
6.
An
Physical
Maps
Human
Introduction
Title
and
Geography
Geography
Diagrams
toSUGGESTED
Climate
GEOGRAPHY
and
READINGS
Wilkinson,
Trewartha,
Strahler,
(CSS-2012)
Deblij,
Bygott
Lake,
Author
H.R.
A.N.
G.T.
H.J.
J.
P.

27
7. Human Geography

Bradford, M.G. &


Kent, W.A.

8. Population Geography

Jones, H.R.

9. Population Geography

Clarke, J.I.

10. Economic Geography

Pounds, N.

11. South Asia

Jonson, B.L.C.

12. An Introduction to South Asia

Farmer, B.H.

13. A Geography of Pakistan

Kureshy, K.U.

GEOLOGY
SUGGESTED READINGS
Title

21.

Author

1.

The Evolving Earth

Sawkins & others

2.

Physical Geology

3.

Structural Geology

4.

Geodynamics of Pakistan

5.

Invertebrate Palaeontology

Skinner & Porter


Park
Farah & Dejong

6.

Moore, Laliker &


Fisher
Stratigraphy and Sedimentation Krumbein & Sloss

Total Marks200

7.

Stratigraphy of Pakistan

(Marks100)

8.

Mineralogy

9.

Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology

GEOLOGY
Ibrahim Shah

PAPERI

1. General Geology : Earth as a planet, its origin and age. Internal


structure of the earth and lithospheric plates. Internal and external geological processes such as earth-quakes, volcanism, weathering, erosion and
deposition. Geomorphic cycles.

Berry & Mason


Turner &
Verhoogen

10.

Sedimentary Rocks

11.

Mineral Directory of Pakistan

Zaki Ahmed

12.

Industrial Rocks and Minerals

Lefond

13.

Geology of Petroleum

3. Palaeontology : Fossils and their preservation. Morphology,


evolution and geologic distribution of major invertebrate phylla.
Micropalaeontology of Foraminifera. Vertebrate and plant fossils.

14.

Energy Resources

15.

Engineering Geology

4. Stratigraphy : Stratigraphic nomenclature, and stratigraphic


codes. Principles of correlation. Sedimentary basins of Pakistan and
detailed stratigraphy of type sections.

16.

Groundwater Hydrology

17.

Geological Prospecting

5. Mineralogy : Chemical composition of the earth crust. Minerals,


their physical and chemical properties. Space lattice, symmetry classes and
crystal systems. Crystal optics. Atomic structure of crystals and X-Ray
diffraction. Detailed study of important rock forming minerals.

18.

Techniques in Mineral exploration

2. Structural Geology : Primary sedimentary structures. Mechanical


properties of rocks. Description and classification of secondary strucutres.
Structures in Metamorphic rocks. Orogeny and geosynclines in plate
tectonic framework. Major tectonic features of the earth. Geodynamics of
Pakistan.

6. Petrology : Origin and evolution of magma. Binary and Ternary


silicate systems. Description of important plutonic and volcanic
associations. Sedimentary environments and processes. Petrography of
major types of sedimentary rocks. Metamorphism, metamorphic zones and
facies. Description of principle types of metamorphic rocks.
Metamorphism and magmatism in relation to plate tectonics.

GEOLOGY
PAPERII

Pettjohn

Leverson
Brown & Skipsey
Beavis
Todd
Kreiter
Reedman

22.
HISTORY OF PAKISTAN AND INDIA
Total Marks200
PAPERI
(Marks100)
7121857 (Excluding arrival of European nations,
decline and fall of Muslim Rule)

Arrival of the Muslims in the sub-continent, foundation of Muslim


Ruleadministrative system and reforms under the Sultans and the
Mughals.
(Marks100)
Structure of the Muslim society.

1. Economic Geology : Processes of formation of mineral deposits.


Industry, trade and commerce under the Muslim patronage, the Army,
Detailed study of metallic and non-metallic mineral deposits of Pakistan.Financial administration, Zakat, Ushr, Kharaj etc.
Mineral
2. Energy
basedResources
industries.: Metallogeny
Constitution of
andPakistan.
kinds of coal. Geology of
Pakistan
5.3.Exploration
Engineering
coal fields.
Geology
Geology
Origin,: :migration
Geological
Geological
and
mapping
factors
accumulation
inand
thetradition
construction
of natural of
Arrival of European
nationsdecline
and fall of Muslim
Rule,and
Administration
of JusticeSufis
and Ulemathe
Madrassahs
hydrocarbons.
civil
prospecting
4. engineering
Hydrogeology
methods.
Oilprojects.
well
: Groundwater
Photogeology
drilling
Geology
and drilling
occurrence
of
and
Dam
remote
muds.
Sites
and
sensing
ofOil
types
Pakistan.
and
mineral
ofgas
acquifers.
Landslides
fields of contributions
Art and architecture,
of Shah Wali
literature,
Ullah, Syed
sports,
Ahmed
dressMuslim
Shaheed and
contribution
Sir Syed to
MaktabsAuqaf
Pakistan.
and
Movement
exploration.
stability
Origin
ofDisperson
ofgroundwater.
slopes.
and occurrence
Open
of trace
Salinity
andelements
of
subsurface
radioactive
and waterlogging.
andexcavations.
geochemical
minerals.
Water
Pakistan
Construction
surveys.
resources
resource
scientific
Ahmed
of Constitutional
Khan
knowledgePolicy
towards
reforms
regeneration
of the
of the
British
ofMuslim
theGovernment
MuslimHindu
rules towards
and growth
non-Muslims.
reform of the
of atomic and
materials
Pakistan.
Geophysical
energy
techniques
building
minerals.
stones.
forGeothermal
prospecting
Site investigation
energy;
of solid recovery
minerals,
and foundation
and
oil uses.
andanalysis.
water.movements
The
Political
spiritPartiesIndian
and
andlegacy
anti-Muslim
Part
of Muslim
ANational
: 18571947
rolecivilization.
ofCongress,
Hindu leaders.
All India Muslim
PAPERII
league
(Marks100)
(CSS-2012)

28
Partition of Bengal, Simla Deputation, Role of Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk,
Nawab Viqar-ul-Mulk.

HISTORY OF THE U.S.A.


SUGGESTED READINGS

Syed Ameer Ali, the Agha Khan and other Muslim leaders, Lucknow
pact; Khilafat movement. Contribution of Maulana Muhammad
Ali, Allama Iqbal, Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah for Muslim uplift
and welfare.
Nehru report, Quaid-i-Azams Fourteen Points, Allama
Iqbals Allahabad Address 1930, Round Table Conference. The Congress
role in the provinces, Lahore Resolution 1940, various missions and plans
for the partition of the sub-continent.
Quaid-i-Azam as an organizer of the Muslim League
Muslim leader and maker of Pakistan.
PAKISTAN SINCE 1947

Title

Author

1.

America at 1750 A Social Portrait

Hofstadter,
Richard

2.

A Pocket History of the United States


Nevnis, Allan and
Cammager, Henry
Sterl

3.

American Foreign Policy Since


World War-II.

4.

Abolitionism A New Perspective.

5.

American Individualism : A StudyMalik,


of Iftikhar H.
its Origin and Development, Pakistan
Journal of American Studies.

6.

Benjamin Franklin The Father of Malik,


the Iftikhar H.
Yankees Pakistan Journal of American
Studies.

7.

Encyclopedia of American History


Morris, Richard &
Commager, H.S.
eds.

8.

Evolution of Muslim CommunityMalik,


in
Iftikhar H.
the U.S. Journal of Research Society
of Pakistan No. 2.

9.

Family Encyclopedia of American History

Spainer, W.

Sorin, Gerald.

Part B
Constitution making in Pakistanvarious attempts at constitution
making. Difficulties in establishing a parliamentary democracy, imposition
of various Martial Laws, nature of Pakistans economy, development plans.
Role of foreign aid.
Separation of East Pakistan, causes and effect : Pakistan and the
worldmajor powers, Islamic world, relations with India.
Social and intellectual trends after 1947. Contribution of Quaid-iAzam as First Governor General and Liaquat Ali Khan as first Prime
Minister.
HISTORY OF PAKISTAN AND INDIA
SUGGESTED READINGS
Title

Author

1. Constitutional Development in Pakistan

G.W. Choudhry.

2. Constitutional History of India

Keith A.B.

3. Early India & Pakistan

Wheeler Mortimer

4. Five Thousand Year of Pakistan

Wheeler R.E.M.

5. Government & Politics in Pakistan

Ahmad Mushtaq.

6. Pakistan & India

G.W. Choudhry.

7. Political System in Pakistan

Khalid Bin Saeed.

8. Pakistan the Formative Phase

Khalid Bin Saeed.

9. Studies in Islamic culture in Indian


Environment

Aziz Ahmed.

10. The Making of Pakistan

Richard Symond.

11. Political Parties in Pakistan Vol. I & II

Afzal, Rafique.

12. The Great Divide : Britain, India


and Pakistan

Hodson, H.V.

13. The Pakistan ExperienceState and


Religion

Khan, Asghar.

10.

Iran, Turkey and Afghanistan


A Political Chronology.

Ziring, Lawrence.

11.

Main Currents in American History.

12.

Paved with Good Intentions


Rubin, Barry.
The American Experience and Iran.

13.

The Americans : The Colonial Experience


Boorstin, David J.
The Americans the National Experience
do

14.

The United States

15.

The American Constitution

16.

The United States and Pakistan

17.

United States Pakistan Relation, U.S.


Malik, Iftikhar H.
Pakistan Relation : A Historical Perspective on Cross-Cultural Dialogue,
in Rais A. Khan ed.

18.

U.S. China Relations : A Study inMalik, Iftikhar H.


Imperialism Strategic Studies.

Parrington,
Vernon.

Hofstadter,
Richard et. al.
Pritchet, Herman.
Tahir-Khali,
Shirin.

19.
White Mans Burden : Historical Jordan, Winthrop
History of the U.S.A.Facts of political history from the early settlers International Law : Public International Law, Important cases deciOrigins of Racism in the United States
D.
to the
present
day.
be asked
on economic
M.
and
Burke
ded(ed)
by the permanent court of Making
Out
The
International
of
American
Our
America
Past
Justice,
Constitution
: :The
Thethe
Forces
Society
International
: Its
That
and
Origins
Luedtke,
CourtLuther,
14. Pakistan
inbeTransition
Wriggins,
Note.Credit
willQuestions
given notwill
onlyalso
for precise
presentation
of S.
facts
but
alsoW.H.
constitutional
15.critical
16.
17.
Two
The
Muslim
development
British
Nation
RuleRaj
23.
theory
in in
Indio-Pak
of
India
HISTORY
the U.S.A.
subcontinent
OF THE U.S.A. Salim
Ishwari
Shafiq
Total
Al-Din
Ali
Prasad
Marks100
Khan
of
Qureshi
Justice and U.N.O. Law
20. of the
21.
22.
Shaped
and
Culture
Sea.
Development.
Modern
of the
24.United
Amercia
INTERNATIONAL
States
Total
S.
Kelly,
Degler,
Marks100
LAW
(CSS-2012)
Alfred
Carl H.
N.
for
sound
judgement.

29
INTERNATIONAL LAW

10.

Indian Ocean and the Superpowers :Rasul Bux Rais


Economic, Political and Strategic
perspectives

11.

Sanctuary and War

12.

Contemporary Strategy : Theories


and Policies

SUGGESTED READINGS
Title

Author

1.

Public International Law

2.

Territorial Waters and Maritime


Zones Act., 1976

3.

U.N. Convention on Law of the Sea


1984

Pervaiz Iqbal
Cheema

Brownlie
J. Baylis, K.
Booth, P.
Willimas, J.
Garnet

26.ISLAMIC HISTORY AND CULTURE


25.

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Total Marks200
PAPERI
(Marks100)

Total Marks100
PartA

I.

1. The modern state systemhistory, basic features, evolving


forms.
2. International Relations as a field of study, Basic Approaches
Power, Balance of Power, Imperialism, Nationalism.

Humanity at the dawn of Islam

A brief survey of major world civilizations, with special emphasis on


their intellectual, humanistic and special institutionstheir impact on
world history.

3. Interaction between statesdiplomacy, International Law,


international economic and trade linkagespressures in world politics.
Part B
1. Evolution of the International System since 1815 (Congress of
Vienna) Historical Overview.

II.

Advent of Islam

Life and teachings of the Holy Prophet.


Foundations of a new and revolutionary world order :
Institutions of Islam; Political, Social, Economic and Legal Strucutre of the
Islamic polity.
The Quran : Emphasis on the study of Nature and Research, Changes
brought by Islam in human thinking and behaviour.

2. World War I, II, Decolonization, Rise of the Third World Alliance


System (NATO, SEATO, CENTO, WARSAW PACT) Peaceful coexistence :
III. Foundation of Muslim State
Non-Aligned Movement Theories of Peace and Security in Nuclear Age
(Deterrence, Limited war, Crisis Management etc). Detente.
Early conquests of the Khulafa-i-Rashidin ;
Administrative and legal structure of the State.
Political and Ideological differences and the emergence of the Ummayyads;
PartC
Expansion and consolidation of the Empire.
1. Foreign Policies of the Superpowers, major powers (USA, USSR,
China) with special reference to South Asia (India, Pakistan, etc.).
2. Issues in global Politics.

IV. The Grandeur of Islam


Philosophical, scientific and Literary Progress of the Muslims during
the Abbasid period.

(a)

Nuclear Proliferation.

(b)

Superpower rivalry in the Indian Ocean.

(c)

International economic order.

(d)

Regional Security issues and crises (Afghanistan Crises,


IranIraq war, Palestine problem, Aparthied and South
Africa, Namibia, Polish crises, Eurocommunism, Central
American crises etc.)

V.

Turkish march towards Europe. Political structure of the Turkish


Empire, salient features of their administration, decline and disintegration.
PAPERII
(Marks100)
I.

(e)

The Ottoman Caliphate

Islam in Africa and Spain

Arms Control and disarmament.


II. Muslim achievements in Natural and Social Sciences; Schools of
Baghadad, Spain and Iran, Muslim contribution to History, Science,
Medicine and other branches of human civilization.

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
SUGGESTED READINGS
Title

III. Muslim Arts


Author

1.

International Politics

Muslims contribution in architecture, music, painting, handicrafts,


pottery, calligraphy, etc.
K.J. Holsti

2.
4.
3.
8.
7.
6.
5.
9.

Politics
Among
Nations
International
An
Contending
Introduction
Theories
Relations
to International
of: InternaPeace
Politics
tional
Issues
World
or
Relations
WarRelations
in
Politics
: Global
Power
of Nations
: An
Since
and
Politics
Introduction
Justice
1945

IV. Renaissance and Reformation


Hans Morgenthan
Frederick
Theodor
Richard
Contobius
Origin
Impactofofthis
Islam
intellectual
on Western
revolution
Discovering
thought,; social
Contribution
IslamMaking
institutions
of Muslim
and
Sense
economic
James
and
Tames
Gavin
Peter
Rosecrance
Hartman
Thomas
Caluocorassi
N.
Boyd
Dougherty
Universities
policies.
Rosenau
Wolfe and Seminaries
V. 1.Modern
Dissemination
inofSpain
Muslim
World
Title
and
ISLAMIC
of
History
Baghdad
Muslim
SUGGESTED
and
HISTORY
; learnings
SocietyREADINGS
AND
inAhmad,
theCULTURE
West.
(CSS-2012)
Akbar
Author
S.

30
2.

Islam : Ideology and Leading Issues

Ali, Anwar.

3.

The Spirit of Islam

Ali, S. Ameer

4.

Aspects of Islamic Civilization : The


Muslim World Depicted Through Its
Literature

Arberry, A.J.3. Pakistan Press, An overview of the evolution of the Muslim Press
in South Asia before 1947 and development of the Pakistan Press since
1947, its social economic aspect; Trends and Characteristics; Problems and
Prospects.

5.

The Preaching of IslamA History


of the Muslim Faith

6.

The History of Philosophy in Islam

Arnold, T.W.
4. Mass Media : Components, functions and effects, Mass Media in
Pakistan : Size and dispersion; Role in national development, Prospects and
problems.
Boer, T.J.De.

7.

History of the Islamic Peoples

(b)
(c)
(d)

Educational Function
Opinion for motives
Entertainment function

Brockelmann,
Carl (ed)

SECTION-B

8.

Spanish Islam

Dozy, R. 5. News. Principles and techniques of News writing. Editorial :


Definition, ingredients, Types and functions of writing of Editorials.

9.

Studies on the Civilization of Islam

Gibb, Hamilton
A.R.
6. Public Relations : Definition, Purpose and scope, Ethics, PR in
Pakistan ; Duties of PRO; PR Procedures and Processes.

10.

The Religion of Islam, Vol. I & II

Glawash, Ahmad
A.
7. Magazine Journalism : Mag-Journalism in Pakistan. Types,
Functioning Purpose its social aspects and scope.

11.

Classical Islam : A History 600


1258

12.

Cambridge History of India

Grunebaum, G.E.
Voni
8. Press Release, Press Note, and Press Communication :
Definitions and Basic ingredients. Writing of Press Release, Press Note and
Press
Holts, P.M.
andCommunique.
Lewis, Bernard.
9. Advertising : Definition, functions, types and purpose. Its social
and economic aspects, principles of successful advertising.
Irving, T.B.

13.

Islam Resurgent : The Islamic


World Today

14.

Islam : From Prophet Mohammad to


the Capture of Constantinople.

15.

Islam in History.

Munir,
Muhammad.

16.

Islam and The Modern World

Nadawi, Abu
Hasan Ali.

10. Press Laws : Press Laws in Pakistan (gradual developments) and


the Right to Know concepts of press freedom and responsibility, Ethics of
Lewis, Bernard
Journalism.
JOURNALISM
SUGGESTED READINGS

17.

The Making of the Past : the


Spread of Islam

Rogers, Michael

18.

A History of Medieval Islam

Saunders, J.J.

19.

Introduction to Islamic Civilization

20.

21.

Title

Author

1.

Advertising Operations and Management

2.

Contemporary Public Relations

Savory, R.M. (ed)

3.

Communication in Power

The Legacy of Islam

Schacht, Joseph &


Bosworth, C.E.
(eds)

4.

Exploring Journalism

5.

Editor and Editorial Writing

Islamic HistoryA New Interpretation AD 7501055

Shaban, M.A.
6.

Hand Book of Public Relations

22.

A History of Muslim Philosophy

Sharif, M.M.
7.

Journalism in Pakistan

23.

Muslim Thought : Its Origin and


Achievements

Mohd. Hanif
Nadvi

Dr. Abdus Slam


Khurshid

8.

Mass Communication

Wilbur Schram.

24.

Studies in Islamic History

Siddiqi, Amir
Hassan.

9.

Newspaper Organization and


Management

Note:
Concept
Candidate
and process
will beofasked
communication
to attempt total
: Source,
five Message,
questions
including Destination,
Channel,
one compulsory
Encoding,
(objective
Decoding,
type) question.
Noise, Feedback
They willOral
attempt
vs at
27. and
JOURNALISM
least
Written
2. Information
twoCommunication.
questions
from
JournalismFunctions
each
Two Section.
step(MASS
flowShort
ofCOMMUNICATION)
Communication.
:note
Scanning
withinthe
theHorizon
Role
question
of
(without
Opinion
and
(a)
reporting
Leader.
choice)
News
back.
function
can also be given.SECTION-A
Total Marks100

10.
17.
16.
15.
14.
13.
12.
11.

Beinton

Garkan Gene &


Scott.
Herbert Brucver.
Wosley and
Campbell.
A Gayle Waldrop.
Stephenson
Howard.

Rucker

Practicaland
Newspapers
Geofrey Haris &
Process
Effects ofReporting
Mass
David
Spark.
Radio & T.V. Writing
Communication
Wilbur
(CSS-2012)
Max
Schram.
Wylic

31
28.

LAW

2.
Total Marks200

PAPERI

The Principles of Mohammadan Sir Abdur Rahim


Jurisprudence.

31.

PERSIAN

(Marks100)
Total Marks200

Civil Procedure Code, Contract Act and Law of Torts.


Aims
PAPERII

The aims of the syllabus in Persian are as follows :


(Marks100)
To acquaint
(i) the students with classical and modern Persian.

Qanun-e-Shahadat, 1984. Code of Criminal Procedure and Penal Code.


To familiarise
(ii)them with such selection of Persian texts including
those from Iqbal, which have a value in practical life.

LAW
SUGGESTED READINGS
Title

PAPERI

Author

1.

Criminal Procedure Code

Shaukat Mahmud

2.

Law of Torts

Choudhry, A.M.

3.

Pakistan Penal Code

Shaukat Mahmud

4.

Qanun-e-Shahadat

1984

5.

The Law of Contract

Dr. M.A. Mannan

6.

The Civil Procedure Code

Aamir Raza

29.

Marks100
1. (a)

Origin and development of the language.

Elementary
Outline : (i)information about; Avesta, Old Persian and
Pahlavi languages.
The advent of
(ii)Persian prose and poetry in the present
script in the Islamic era.
The earlier Persian
(iii)
prose writers and poets upto 4th
century H/10th century A.C.

MERCANTILE LAW
(b)Significant features of the grammer of the language.
Total Marks100

Mercantile Law.The main principles of law relating to Agreements:


Contracts ; Bailment; Pledge; Sale of Goods Act; Agency; Partnership Act;
Indemnity and Guarantee, Negotiable Instruments Act; Companies
Ordinance, 1984. Contract Act, Life, Fire and Marine Insurances, Law of
Arbitration.

Translation
(ii)
of simple English passage into Persian.

2. Literary History and literary criticismLiterary movements,


classical background, Socio-Cultural Influences and modern trends: Origin
and development of modern literary genres.

MERCANTILE LAW
SUGGESTED READINGS
Title

Grammer
Outline : :(i)
The three tenses, imperative modd (Affirmative and
Negative) and muzara for present and future tenses.

Author

1.

A Hand-Book of Company Law

Choudhry, A.M.

2.

A Manual and Mercantile Law

Hashmi, I.R. &


Latif Ahmed

3.

Contract Act

Mannan, M.A.

4.

Insurance Law

Farani

5.

Negotiable Instruments Act

Khergermvala

6.

Sales of Goods and Partnership Acts

Pollock and Mulla

7.

Arbitration Act., 1940

The
Emphasis
literary :history
(i)
should include the development of
Persian language and literature, besides Iran, in
Afghanistan, the Indo-Pakistan Sub-Continent and the
Persian speaking areas of the Former USSR.
In classical background,
(ii)
the four styles known as
Khurasani, Iraqi, Hindi and Revivalist may be studied.
In the literary
(iii)
movements the revivalist and purist
movements, and in the modern trends, the adaptation of
Western loan words in Persian language needs to be
emphasised.
3.

Short essay in Persian


PAPERII
Marks100

The paper will require firsthand reading of the texts prescribed


Daftar1and
will be designed to test the candidates critical ability.
(1st half upto
30.
MUSLIM
LAW
AND
JURISPRUDENCE
Candidates will be expected to show some familiarity with the
Farrukhi Seestani.
Dastan-e-Peer-ioriginal
2. sources.
1.
The Title
Principles
Islamic
MUSLIM
ofLaw
theSUGGESTED
Mohammadan
Islamic
LAW
as Administered
AND
Jurisprudence.
Law
JURISPRUDENCE
READINGS
in Pakistan.
Mulla,
Author
Total Marks100
D.F.
(a) 4.
1. Texts
3.
2.
5.
(Qasida
Unsar-ul-Maali
Rumi
Saadi
Diwan
Hafiz
Masnavi.
Gulistan.
upto
on the
radif
conquest
Qabus
Re (Qabus
of Soomnath)
Nama).
Changi.)
Last
(CSS-2012)
Chapter
Chapter
7 & 44
8.

32
6.

Iqbal
(a)
(b)

2. Muslim Rationalists and Social ThinkersAl-Farabi, Ibn-i-Sina,


Ibn-i-Rushd, and Ibn-i-Khaldun: their main doctrines.
Asrar-i-Khudi upto Marhilah-e-Siwum Niabat-e-Ilahi.
3. Schools of Muslim TheologyMutazilism, Ash arism, Sufism,
Al-Ghazali (his Ethics and Criticism of Muslim Rationalists).
Javid Nama (Last Chapter)
Address to Javid (Dialogue with the new generation).
4. Muslim thought in South Asia with special reference to Shah Wali
Ullah, Sayyid Ahmad Khan and Iqbal, and Post-Iqbalian Thought.
PERSIAN
PHILOSOPHY
SUGGESTED READINGS
SUGGESTED READINGS

Title

Author
Title

1.

Iranian Revolution

Dr. WahiduzZaman Qureshi,

2.

Modern Trends in the Persian


Language.

Dr. A. Shakoor
Ahsan,

Author

1.

A Modern Introduction to MetaphysicsDrenon D.A.

2.

A History of Philosophical Systems Firm, Vergilius

3.

Aqliyyat-e-Ibn-e-Taimya (Urdu) Maulana


Muhammad Hanif
Nadvi.

4.

A Modern Introduction to Logic

5.

Critical Thinking

6.

History of Muslim Philosophy


Vols. I, II.

Sharif, M.M.

8.

7.

History of Modern Philosophy

Wright, W.K.

9.

8.

Human Knowledge, Its Scope


and Limits

Russell, B.

11.

9.

History of Islamic Philosophy

Fakhri, Majid.

12.

10.

Introduction to Philosophy

Patrick G.T.W.

11.

Iqbal and Post-Kantian Voluntarism

12.

Introduction to Logic

16.

13.

Logical Postivism

17.

14.

Philosophical Analysis

18.

15.

Reconstruction of Religious
Thought in Islam

Iqbal, M.

16.

Types and Problems of Philosophy

Mead, H.

17.

Types of Philosophy

3.
4.

Stebbing, L.S.

5.
6.
7.

10.

13.

Blank, Max

Dar, B.A.

14.
15.

32.

PHILOSOPHY
Total Marks200
PAPERI

Copi, I.M.
Qadir, C.A.
Urmson, J.O.

Mocking, W.E.

(Marks100)
LOGIC
1. Formal and informal arguments; Elements of deductive
reasoning; validity and truth; Proposition and syllogism.

33.

PHYSICS

Total Marks200
PAPERI
(Marks100)

2. Definition with special reference to Aristotle, Ibn-e-Taimyas


Mechanics
Criticism of Aristotle; Relativity of definition; Ambiguity; vagueness and
VectorsDots, Cross and triple products, Gradient, divergence and
emotive use of language as impediments in clear thinking; Fallacies
applications.
formal,
material
linguistic.
4.1.
3.The
Symbolic
Idealism,
naturePragmatism,
Logic:
ofand
scientific
value Vitalism,
theory;
of special
Scientific
Logical
symbols,
Positivism,
method;
symbols
Inquiry
for at
Special
Free
Newtonian
oscillation
theory
laws
ofwith
of
relativity.
motion;
one and
MischelsonMorely
conservation
two degrees law
of freedom;
of energy;
experiment
forced
conservation
and
conjunction,
common
Existentialism
sense
Negation,
and
levelDialectical
andDisjunction
scientific
Materialism:
level;
and Implication.
Scientific
The main
explanation;
Method
arguments
of Deduction
The
of these
Einsteins
of
damped
linear
Surface
oscillations
and
postulates;
tension;
angularViscosity;
and
momentum;
Lorentz
phenomenon
transformation;
Elasticity;
Dynamics
of resonance.
fluid
oftime
motion
rigiddilation
Travelling
body;
and Bernoullies
spin
and waves
length
and and
: Formal
grounds
Philosophical
5. of
proofs
Muslim
belief;
theories
PHILOSOPHYWESTERN
of induction,
contribution
validity,
and their
Rules
probability
to
impact
of
Logicinductive
PAPERII
Replacement.
on
and
lifefunctional
AND
and morals.
ISLAMIC
andanalysis.
deductive. (Marks100)
contraction;
precession;
transmission
theorem. gyroscope;
equivalence
of energy;
Waves
Fluid
Gravitation;
Phase
ofMechanics
and
mass
and
Oscillation
and
Group
planetary
energy.
velocity;
motion
standing
including
waves.
satellite.
(CSS-2012)

33
Reflection, Refraction, Interference, Diffraction and Polarization of
waves; interfero-meter and Newtons rings; Diffraction Gratings and their
resolving power; spectro-meters. Electromagnetic wave equation; normal
and anamolous dispersion; coherence, laser and its application.

34.

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Total Marks200
PAPERI

Heat and Thermodynamics

(Marks100)
PART A

Perfect gas and Van der Waals equation; Three Laws of


Thermodynamics, Thermal properties of Simple system production and
measurement of low temperatures; kinetic theory of gases; Maxwellian
distribution of molecular velocities; Brownian motion; Transport
phenomena. Classical Maxwell-Boltzmann Statistics and its application;
Quantum BoseEinstein and FermiDirac Statistics.

PAPERII
(Marks100)

1. Political Theory
Western Political
(i) Thought
Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Montesquieu, Hobbes, Locke,
Rousseau, Bentham, Mill, Marx, Lenin, Mao
Muslim Political
(ii) Thought
Al-Farabi, Al-Mawardi, Nizam-ul-Mulik Tusi, Al-Ghazali,
Ibn-i-Khaldun, Iqbal

Electricity and Magnetism


Electric field due to point charges, Gauss law Electric potential and
poisson and Laplaces equation Dielectric medium and Polarization;
Capacitance; Moving charges and magnetic field Amperes law; Vector
potential; Magnetic properties of matter; Transient current; Faradays law
of electromagnetic induction; Alternating current and LRO circuit.
Maxwells equations; Poynting theorem and Poynting Vector.

Electronics

PART B
The nature and
2. emergence of Modern state system, Islamic
concept of state.
Political concepts,
3. Sovereignty, Law, Liberty, Equality, Rights
and Duties.
Political Dynamics
4.
: Public Opinion, Propaganda, Political
Parties, Pressure Groups.

Thermionic emission; Space charge; Diode. Triode Tetrode; Pentode


and their static and dynamic characteristics; Amplitude modulation and
demodulation or detection. Various basic circuits for rectification,
amplification modulation and detection connected with radio receivers and
transmission; n and p type semiconductors; Biased function; Transistors;
Common base and common emitter configurations.

Political Institutions
5.
: Legislature, Executive, Judiciary, Political
Elites, Civil and Military Bureaucracy.
Forms of Government
6.
: Monarchy, Democracy, Dictatorship,
Unitary and Federal, Presidential and Parliamentary.
7.

Atomic Physics
Bohr theory and quantum numbers including electron spin; Paulis
exclusion principle; Spectra of simple systems with one or two valence
electrons. Photo electric effect Compton scattering; pair production;
Landes g factor and Zeeman effect. Raman effect; Waves and particles and
De Broglies Hypothesis; Shrodinger wave equation and its application to
one dimensional harmic oscillator. Heisen bergs uncertainly principle.

Totalitarianism : Fascism, Communism.

Local Self-govenrment
8.
: Theory and Practice with special
reference to Pakistan.

POLITICAL SCIENCE
PAPERII
(Marks100)

Nuclear Physics
Structure of Nuclei; Radioactivity , , and decay. Methods of
detection, Mass Sepectrometer. Accelerators. Phenomenon of fission;
reactor and nuclear power, nuclear fusion and its application, Elementary
particles and their properties.

PART A
Selected Political
1. Systems : Nature and dynamics of major political institutions in U.S.A., U.K., France and Former Soviet Union.

PART B
PHYSICS
Political Systems
2. of developing countries : Turkey, Iran, India and
China.

SUGGESTED READINGS
Title

Author

1. Perspectives of Modern Physics.

A. Beiser.

2. Fundamentals of Physics.
3. Introduction to Electromagnetic
4.Fields
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Engineering
Semiconductor
Physics
Heat
Nuclear
and
and
Course.
Physics.
Thermodynamics.
Waves.
Electronics.
Electronics.

Halliday &
D.
Corson &
Resnick.
Barkeley.
P. F.
J.
W.
Kaplan.
D.
Lorrain.
Zemanasky
E.
Gibbons.
Ryder.
Burcham.

Rise of Muslim
3. Nationalism in South Asia with special reference
to the role of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Iqbal and Quaid-i-Azam
Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
A comparative4.and critical analysis of the 1956, 1962, 1973 and
1985 Constitutions of Pakistan.
Govt. and Parliament : A Survey from Garles Worth
4.
3.
2.
1.
5.
History
Constitutional
Comparative
Contemporary
the
inside
Titleof Muslim
Politics
Development
Political
SUGGESTED
POLITICAL
Philosophy
: AAnalysis
World
inREADINGS
SCIENCE
Pakistan
View
Almond
Herbert
G.W.
James
M.
(CSS-2012)
&
Choudhry
Morrison
M.Powell
Sharif
Author

34
6.

Govt. and Politics in Pakistan

Mushtaq Ahmed

7.

History of Political Theory

George H. Sabine

8.

History of Political Theories


(Three Volumes)

William A.
Dunning

9.

Political Thought in Medieval Islam

PSYCHOLOGY INCLUDING
EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
PAPERII

10.

Modern Islamic State

11.

Political Thought in perspective

12.

Patterns of Governments

13.

Pakistan A Political Study

14.

Politics, Parties and Pressure Groups

15.

Modern Political Systems : Asia

16.

Politics in Pakistan : Nature and


Direction of Change

17.

Reflection on Government

18.

South-East Asia Political System

19.

The Political System of Pakistan

20.

Nizam-ul-Mulk Tusi, Published by


Mohammad Ashraf, Lahore, 1978

(Marks100)

1. Meaning, phases and characteristics of Growth, development and


RosenthalMaturation, Methods of developmental psychology, Biological and sociocultural factors, Importance of Developmental psychology, Broad
approaches to the study of children.
Rosenthal
2. Pre-natal development and infancy : Genetic Factors, Hereditary
William Edenstein
transmission and chromosomal abnormality, Stages, Developmental irregularities,
Samuel H.
Beer Psychological and physical characteristics of the infant, Methods of
Adem B.studying
Ullam infant behaviour.
3. Physical, motor and sensory development. Perceptual
Keith Callard
development. Intellectual development : Development of logical thought in
V.O. Keyearly
Jr. childhood, Development of concepts, Creativity. Emotional
Development : patterns, characteristics, Some common emotional patterns.
Roy, C. Macradis
(Ed.)
4. Concept of abnormality : popular and scientific, Goals of Clinical
Diagnosis, Personality Assessments, Behavioural Assessment, Nature of
Clinical Judgement, Sources of information in clinical diagnosis,
Khalid Bin
Sayeed Assessments of organisations, institutions and environment, Professional
issues, The nature of professional preparation for clinical psychological
work, ethical standards and legal issues.
Earnest Barker
Therapies : Somatic therapies, environmental therapies,
Lucian W. 5.
Pye
psychoanalytic, phenomenological, existential, Gestalt, rationalemotive
cognitive Therapies, Behaviour therapy and behaviour modification,
Khalid B.and
Sayeed
Group therapies.
Rizvi S. Rizwan
Ali

Intelligence
6. : Its nature and assessment, Mental retardation.

7. Biological and sociological factors in maladjustments and crime,


Juvenile delinquency, drug addiction, alcoholic and sex offences
characteristics, causation and treatment.

21.

8. Psychoneurotic disorders, Psychosis, Character disorders,


Psychosomatic disorders.
35. PSYCHOLOGY INCLUDING
EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

9. Industry : Nature of the work situations; work, vocation,


personality and society, Working environment, Works methods and modern
approaches, Work efficiency, Group dynamics, Work incentives, Job
satisfaction.
Total Marks200

PAPERI
PSYCHOLOGY INCLUDING
EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

(Marks100)
1. Definition and scope of Psychology, Psychology as a science of
behaviour, Schools and Systems of Psychology, Recent trends in
Psychology.

SUGGESTED READINGS
Title

Author

2. Nervous System : Structure and functions of cells, Central and


Peripheral Nervous System, Endocrine system.

1.

An Introduction of Psychology

3. Learning : Conditioningclassical and operant, Reinforcement,


Avoidance conditioning, Extinction, Discrimination learning, imprinting,
Theories of learning, Verbal learning, Probability learning, Concept
learning, Perceptual learning, Transfer and interference, Motivational
factors in learning, Readiness and individual differences in learning.

2.

Child and Adult Psychology

Medinnus, G.
Rand, V. C.
Lohnson

3.

Historical Introduction to Modern


Psychology

Murphy, G. &
Koraclr, J.K.

4.

History and System of Psychology Sahakiam, W.S.

5.
12.
10.
13.
11.
9.
8.
7.
6.

Historical Roots of contemporary Menor,


Mistak,
M.H.D.
H.
&
Wolman,
B.B.
Psychology
Psychological
Psychotherapy
Physiological
Reading
Systems
Social
Studies
Psychology
inand
inCross
Abnormal
Around
Theories
Psychology
Testing
and
cultural
Counselling
the
Psychology
inWorld
PsychologyHill
Gronmen,
Berkowitz,
Allmon,
Seston
Anastasi,
(CSS-2012)
in,
Warron,
Sauakian
W.O.
Jaffe
S.P.
A.
Z.
N.

Natureof
ofmotives
perceptual
: Perception of
distance,
4.5.Nature
andorganization
emotions : Homeostasis,
Biogenic
and
Movement,
6. Nature
Space,
andMeasurement
determinants
Depth, colour,
of human
personality
Perceptual
:constancy,
Factors
in Effect
development
social
motives,
of
motivation,
Theories
ofof learning
and
of
personality.
motivation
Theories
on
perception,
of
personality,
Senses
viz.
trait
vision,
and
types,
hearing
Freudain,
and
other
Neosenses.
motivationMaslow, Lewin and Freud, Theories of emotion, Role
of
Perception
Freudain,
8.7.Structure
Socialization
Murry,
andand
sensation,
Allport,
Functions
: Society
Cattel.
Determinations
and
of
Group,
personality,
Types
Role
of of
personality
status
perception
Formation
relations,
tests
(Needs,
of opinions
and
Group
their
attitudes,
and
endocrine
glands,
frustration
and
conflict.
sets, values,
rationale.
attitudes,
norms,
Group
Prejudice.
personality
solidarity,traits,
Intergroup
emotional
tension,
states,
International
suggestions,
tension.
etc.).

Wikon & Wargment Knight.

35
36.

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

10.

Public Administration Theory and Fesler, James W.


Practice

11.

Pakistan in Search of Democracy,


194777

12.

Pakistan The Enigma of Political Ziring, Lawrence


Development

13.

Research on the Bureaucracy of


Pakistan.

Braibanti, Raplh

14.

The Human Side of Enterprize.

Douglas Mc
Gregor.

15.

The Bureaucracy of Pakistan

Total Marks100
1. Public Administration.Its nature and scope, the role of Public
Administration in a modern Welfare State.
2. Major Schools of thought in Administration.Scientific
Management Movement, Human Relationists; Behavioural School;
Systemic theory.
3. Bureaucracy.Concept of Bureaucracy, Theories of
Bureaucracy, Ecology of Bureaucracy; Bureaucracy of Pakistan as a
Change Agent.
4. Administrative Leadership.Approaches to the study of
Leadership, Forms of Leadership, Leadership qualities.
5. Administrative Accountability.Internal and External Controls;
Executive Control, Legislative Control, Judicial Control, Ombudsman,
Public Opinion and Pressure Groups; Problems of Administrative
Accountability in Pakistan.

Yusuf, Hamid.

Charles F.
Kennedy

37. PUNJABI

6. Planning.Types of Plans, Planning Process; Principles of


Planning, Planning Machinery; the system of planning and programming in
Pakistan, Planning Machinery in Pakistan.

7. Organization.Types of Organization, Theories of Organization,


Principle of Organization, The Organization of Federal and Provincial
Governments in Pakistan, Public Corporations in Pakistan.

8. Personnel Administration.Nature and scope of Personnel


Administration; Personnel Functions, Tools of Personnel Management,
Salient Features of the system of Public Personnel Management in
Pakistan.

9. Controlling and Co-Ordination.Forms of Controls, Control


Mechanism, the process of Control, Principles of Controlling; Principles of
Coordination; Machinery for Coordination; Problems of Coordination in
Public Administration in Pakistan.

10. Communication.Types of Communication, Communication


Channels, Communication Process, Principles of Communication.

11. FinancialAdministration.ElementsofFinancial
Administration, Performance and Programmed Budgeting, Capital Budget,
Principles of Budgeting, Auditing and Accounting.

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
SUGGESTED READINGS
Title

Author

1.

A Handbook of Public Relations.

United Nations.

2.

An Introduction to the Public


Administration
Introduction
Public
Administration
to the Study
for of
a Welfare
Public
Administrative
Bureaucracy
Human
Administration
Public
State
Administration
Relations
: Modern
Behaviour
Administration
Society

E.N. Cladden

6.
5.
4.
3.
7.
8.
9.

Pfiffner Smithuburg
Simon,
and
Herbet,
Pebr,
Robert
L.D.
&
Paul
Presthus
Thompson.
Abbleby
White
M.Dubir.
ABlau.
Simon.

(CSS-2012)

36
38.

PURE MATHEMATICS

5.

Calculus with Analytic Geometry

6.

Differential Geometry of Three Weatherburn, C.E.


Dimensions

7.

Elements of Complex Analysis

8.

Theory of Groups

9.

Mathematical Methods

Yusuf, S.M.

Modern Algebra

10.

Mathematical Analysis

Apostal, T.M.

Groups, subgroups, Lagranges, theorem, cyclic groups, normal


subgroups, quotient groups. Fundamental theorem of homomorphism.
Isomorphismtheoremsofgroups,Innerautomorphisms.
Conjugate elements, conjugate subgroups. Commutator subgroups.

11.

Principles of Mathematical Analysis

12.

The Theory of Groups

13.

Topics in Algebra

Total Marks200
PAPERI

Yusuf, S.M.

(Marks100)

Candidates will be asked to attempt three questions from Section A


and two questions from section B.
SECTION A

Vector spaces, Linear independence, Bases, Dimension of a finitely


generated space. linear transformations, Matrices and their algebra.
Reduction of matrices to their echelon form. Rank and nullity of a linear
transformation.
Solution of a system of homogeneous and non-homogeneous linear
equations. Properties of determinants. Cayley-Hamilton theorem,
Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Reduction to canonical forms, specially
diagonalisation.
SECTION B

Vector equations for Plane and for space-curves. The arc length. The
osculating plane. The tangent, normal and binormal. Curvature and torsion.
Serre-Frenets formulae. Vector equations for surfaces. The first and second
fundamental forms. Normal, principal, Gaussian and mean curvatures.

(Marks100)

SECTION A

Macdonald, I.N.
Herstein, I.N.
PUSHTO

1.

Essay on prominent works


personalities and writers.

2.

Translation of unseen passages


from Pushto into English or Urdu.

3.

Translation of unseen passages of


English or Urdu into Pushto.

4.

General Questions on evolution and


criticism of Pushto Prose and Poetry.

5.

Folk Literature Introduction of Tappa,


Charbaita, Lobha, Neemakai, Sandara
and Badala (including folk stories).

PUSHTO
SUGGESTED READINGS
Title

Author

1.

Foreign Approach to Khushal Khan


Dost Muhammad
Khattak.
Kamil.

2.

Pushto Poetry

Major Roverty.

3.

Selected Poems of Khushal Khan


Khattak.

Major Roverty.

4.

The Pathans

Sir Olaf Careo.

PAPERII
Candidates will be asked to attempt any three questions from Section
A and two questions from Section B.

Rudin, W.

Total Marks100

Geometry
Conic sections in Cartesian coordinates, Plane polar coordinates and
their use to represent the straight line and conic sections. Cartesian and
spherical polar coordinates in three dimensions. The plane, the sphere, the
ellipsoid, the paraboloid and the hyperboloid in Cartesian and spherical
polar coordinates.

Majeed, A.

39.

Rings, Subrings, Integral domains, Quotient fields, Isomorphism


theorems, Field extension and finite fields.

Pennisi, L.L.

Calculus and Real Analysis


Real Numbers. Limits. Continuity. Differentiability. Indefinite
integration. Mean value theorems. Taylors theorem. Indeterminate forms.
Asymptotes. Curve tracing. Definite integrals. Functions of several
variables. Partial derivatives. Maxima and minima. Jacobians. Double and
triple integration (techniques only). Applications of Beta and Gamma
functions. Areas and Volumes. Riemann-Stieltjes integral. Improper
integrals and their conditions of existences. Implicit function theorem.
Absolute and conditional convergence of series of real terms.
Rearrangement of series, Uniform convergence of series.
Metric spaces. Open and closed spheres. Closure, Interior and
Exterior of a set.
Sequences in metric space. Cauchy sequence convergence of
sequences.
Complete
metric
spaces. Continuity
in metric
spaces.
FunctionExamples.
of a complex
variable;
Demoivers
theorem and
its
Properties of Analytic
continuous
functions.
applications.
functions,
Cauchys theorem. Cauchys integral
formula, Taylors and Laurents series. Singularities. Cauchy residue
theorem and
Ancontour
Introduction
integration.
to Differential
Fourier
series
SECTION
B and Fourier transforms.
Analytic
Geometry
Complex continuation.
Analysis
4.
3.
2.
1.
Advance
Analytic
Complex
Title
PURE
Function
Calculus
Analysis
MATHEMATICS
SUGGESTED
Theory Vol. READINGS
I
Kaplan,
Author
Hille,
Wilmore,
Goodstein,
E.W.T.S.
G.R.G.

40. SINDHI
(CSS-2012)

37

(CSS-2012)

38

41.

SOCIOLOGY
Total Marks100

1.

Individual, Culture and Society : Individual as a social product,

The variety of social forms, Methods of socialization, Ethnocentricism,

4.

Contemporary Sociological TheoriesPitrim Sorokin

5.

Family in Asia

6.

Ibn-i-Khaldun : His Life and Work


M. Abdullah Enan

7.

Master of Sociological Thought

8.

Pakistani Society

M. Iqbal
Chaudhry

9.

Sociology

Ogburn &
Nimkoff

Man Singh Das &


Pahos D. Bardis

Lewis A. Coser

10.

Strategies of Social Research

Smith, H.W.

11.

Sociology : Roles & Relationships


Everett K. Wilson

12.

Social Problems

13.

Social Change and History

Robert Nisbet

14.

Feudal System in Pakistan

Nawab Haider
Naqvi

15.

The Sociology of Rural Life

Lynn Smith, T.

16.

The Sociology of Social Problems Horton & Leslie

17.

The Sociology of Religion

Jon. M. Shepard
& Voss

Norms and Values, Cultural Patterns, Varieties of sub-cultures.


2.

Sociological

Theory

The

sociological

perspectives

Evolutionary, order and conflict, Evolutionary Theorists : Ibn-i-Khaldun


Spencer and Tannis, Order Theorists: August Comte, Emile Durkheim,
Max Weber, Conflict Theorists : George Hegel, Karl Marx, Lewis Coser,
Mills.
3.

Methods of Sociological Research : Research Design, Surveys,

Max Weber

Participant Observation, Experiments, Case Studies.


4. Social Interaction : Significance of social classes, Forms of social
classesTribes, Biradaris, Castes, Classes and Feudal system in Pakistan,

42.

STATISTICS
Total Marks100

Social Mobilitynature of social mobility, Mobility determinants in


1. Basic Probability : Axiomatic definition of probability, random
variable, distribution function, probability density function, mathematical
expectation; conditional probability, jointly distributed random variables,
5.
Social Control : Mechanisms of social controlinternal and marginal and conditional distributions, conditional expectation, stochastic
independence.
external means of social control, Alienation, Integrationintegrative
patterns in Pakistani Society.
Pakistan society, Social immobility, Culture in poverty.

2. Some Special Distributions : Binomial, poisson, negative binomial,


Social and Cultural Change and Social Policy : Processes of hypergeometric, normal distributions with their derivation of their mean
and variance; Definition and Application of chisquare, T and F
Social and Cultural Changediscovery, invention, diffusion, Factors in the
distributions.
rate of social and culture change, Incentives and inhibitions to social and
6.

cultural change in Pakistan Social planning and directed social and cultural
change.
3. Statistical Inference: Maximum likelihood estimation of the mean
and the variance of a normal population; confidence interval for mean,
difference of means and for variance; testing hypothesis for the equality of
two
7.
Community : The rural community, Traditional Characteristics
ofmeans (paired and unpaired observations); testing of equality of several
means (ANOVA) and testing of variance and equality of two variance.
rural life, The urban community, RuralUrban convergence, Urbanism,
Future of cities in Pakistan.
4. Correlation and regression : Simple linear regression model, point
Social Institutions : The nature and genesis of institutions, theand interval estimation of parameters, Simple, Partial, Multiple Correlation
and testing of these correlations.
process of institutions, Functions and Trade of Social Institutions. Family,
8.

Religion, Educational, Economic and Political Institutions.


5. Sampling, Simple random, stratified, systematic and cluster
sampling, estimates of mean and total and their precision.
9. Social Problems in Pakistan : Population Growth, Demographic
Transition : Deviant Behaviour, Institutionalised evasions, social conflicts,6. Applications of Statistics in social, economic and political
Adamsonproblems
Hoebel, public health, crimes,Introduction
Law, social to
innovations,
the Theoryeconomic
of
Mood, Graybill
internal
international
Migration,
Aging,
Drug abuse, Prostitution,
Smuggling,
1. and
3.
2.
Anthropology
Pakistani
Contemporary
Illitracy
Title Society
and Poverty.
:Social
SUGGESTED
The Study
Problems
SOCIOLOGY
of Man
READINGS
Author
Akbar
E.
RobertAhmad,
K.development,
Merton
S.
socio-political
1. inequality.
4.
3.
2.
Statistics.
Mathematical
Sampling
Title Techniques
Statistics.
SUGGESTED
(3e)
STATISTICS
READINGS
Cochran
Hood
and (CSS-2012)
Boes.
and
andFreund.
Craig.
Author
Cox.

39
40
5.

Statistics : An Introductory
ZOOLOGY
Analysis.

Yamane

PartE

6.

Statistics : A Guide to thePAPERII


Un-known.

Tanur, Hudith
(ed) : Concept of ecosystem, biogeochemical cycles, animal
Ecology
adaptations to major habitats, environmental pollution and its effect on life.
(Marks100)

43. URDU

GENERAL ZOOLOGY

ZOOLOGY

The candidates will be required to attempt at least one question from


each part.

SUGGESTED READINGS
Title

Author

PartA

1. A Text Book of Zoology (Invertebrate)

Parker and
Haswell

Cell Biology : Morphology, Chemical composition and functions of


nucleus, nuclear inclusions and cytoplasmic organelles, protein synthesis
and molecular genetics, mechanism of mitosis and meiosis.

2. Comparative Anatomy of the Vertebrates


George C. Kent
3. Invertebrate Zoology

Hegner and
Engemann
Loewy and
Siekevitz

PartB
General Physiology : Respiration, respiratory mechanism, respiratory
pigments, transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide, circulation :
haemodynamics, control of cardio vascular system, nutrition : modes of
nutrition, digestion and assimilation of food stuff, Excretion : nature and
sources of substances excreted, modes of excretions, Nervous system,
nerve impulses, Hormones and their biological action.

4. Cell Structure and Function


(Modern Biology Series)
5. Cell and Molecular Biology
(Eighth Edition)

De-Robbertis,
E.O.D., & DeRobertis, EMF.

6. Fundamentals of Ecology

Odum

PartC
7. Principles of Genetics
Genetics : Mendelian principles, multiple alleles, interaction of genes;
linkage and crossing over, mapping of genes, sex determination and sex
linkage, mutations, chromosomal aberrations, gene concept.

Strickberger

8. Introduction to Evolution
9. Modern Genetics

PartD

44.

Evolution : Origin of life, organic diversity, theories to account for


organic diversity, Phylogeny and ontogeny, species concept, mechanism of
evolution, modern concept of natural selection, evolutionary trends.

Moody
Ayala, F.J. and
Kiger, J.A. Jr.
ZOOLOGY

10. Text Book of Medical Physiology


Guyton, W.B.
Total Marks200
PAPERI
11. Molecular Biology of Gene
Watson, J.D.
(Marks100)
(CSS-2012)
INVERTEBRATE AND CHORDATE ZOOLOGY

The candidates will be required to attempt five questionsthree from


PartA and two from PartB.
PARTA
Invertebrate
General organization (general morphology, mode of life, adaptations,
life cycles and economic importance) of the following groups with special
reference to the topics mentioned in each group :
Protozoa : Parasitism, conjugation and autogamy, medical
importance.
Porifera : Canal system, skeletal structures and their taxonomic
value, position of porifera in the Animal Kingdom.
Coelenterata : Polymorphism ; measenteries ; corals and coral
reefs.
Platyhelminthes : Parastic adaptations, medical importance.
Nematoda : Medical importance.
Origin; comparative account of skeleton, circulatory, excretory and
nervous systems, development Annelida
(egg types,
cleavage,metamerism.
blastula and gastrula,
: Coelom,
germ layer/formation,
Mollusca : Shell,
embryonic
modifications
membranes
of foot,
and placentation)
feeding, respiration,
natural shell
history (mode
fishery.
of life,
Echinodermata
Chordata
migration,
Arthropoda
adaptations,
::Appendages,
Skeleton,biting
water
feeding;
mechanism
vascular
PARTB
respiration,
system,
of snakes).
larvae.
(CSS-2012)
larvae.