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Organisation : Central University of Orissa
Announcement : Download Hall Ticket
Entrance Exam : CUOEE 2017 CUO Entrance Examination
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Distribution of Admit Card to the candidates (through online only) 23th June, 2017
Date of Entrance Examinations 1st & 2nd July, 2017

Related : NIELIT Download Admit Card CCC, BCC, CCC Plus & ECC July 2017 Exam : www.indianin.in/7094.html

Entrance Examination :
There shall be an entrance examination for admission to all the programmes on the dates determined by the University. The University reserves the right to change/cancel any Centre of Examination as and when required without assigning any reason thereof.

The time table for the entrance examination will also be available on the University website. Any change of the schedule of the Entrance Examination for any programme, will be notified on the University website from time to time.

Candidate called for the entrance examinations (both written and/or interview) will appear for the examinations at their own expense.

Candidates applying for more than one programme should note that if the Entrance Examination of their choice of programmes clashes (the same time and date), then candidates have to opt for any one only.

Syllabus for Entrance Examination :
M.A. in Odia
Section-A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) will be asked on:
Linguistics,Grammar, Metre and Rhetoric (Chhanda & Alankar)
Section-B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) will be asked on:
History of Odia Literature (Ancient, Medieval, Modern and Contemporary Literature), Development of Odia Language, Folk Literature, Literary Terms (Indian and Western), History of Indian and Western Literature and Western Literary Movements.

M.A. in English
Section-A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) will be asked on:
Basics of English Language and Functional English Grammar
Section – B
: 70 Questions (70 Marks) will be asked on:
History of English Literature, Genre Studies (Forms of Literature), Literary Terms, Basics of Literary Theory and Criticism

M.A. in Hindi
1. History of Hindi Language and Literature – 25 Questions (25 Marks)
2. Works of prominent personalities of Hindi Language and Literature- 25 Questions (25 Marks)
3. Functional Hindi 25 Questions (25 Marks)
4. Questions on General Hindi Grammar/Linguistics- 25 Questions (25 Marks)

M.A. in Sanskrit
Section-A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) will be asked on:
Grammar: knowledge of shabdarupa and dhaturupa, knowledge of vacya-parivartana, Samjna, Paribhsha, Karaka portions only from Siddhanta Kaumudi. Section –B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) will be asked on:
a Poetics: Chapter I & VI of Sahityadarpana.
b Chhandas (from Chhandomanjari): Mandakranta, Shardulavikridita, Malini, Shikharini, Drutavilamvita, Arya, Bhujangaprayata, Sragdhara.
c Alankaras (from Sahityadarpana): Upama, Vibhavana, Vakrokti, Yamaka, Slesa, Utpreksha, Anuprasa.
d General Outlines of Authors: Kalidasa, Magha, Bharavi, Sriharsha, Bhavabhuti, Sudraka, Jayadeva.
e Literature: Abhijnanashakuntalam, Shishupalavadham (1st Canto), Kumarasambhavam (5th canto), Shrimadbhagavadgita (chapters 2 and 15).
f History of Sanskrit Literature (General outlines): Veda (Vedic Samhitas, Aranyakas, Brahmanas, Upanishads, Vedanga), Puranas, Classical Sanskrit Literature (Kavyas, Mahakavyas, Khandakavyas, Natakas, Gadyasahityas).

M.Sc. in Anthropology
Section-A: 30 Questions (30 marks) will be based on:
General aptitude, Basic English grammar, reasoning, arithmetic, general science, and general knowledge.

Section-B : 70 Questions (70 marks) will be based on:
Theories of Evolution, Human Evolution, Primates, Basics of Human Genetics, Human Cytology, Basics of Human Physiology, Human Ecology, Nutritional Epidemiology, Basic Bio-Statistics, Indian Society, Reconstruction of the Past, Geological Time Scale, Indian Prehistory, Understanding Culture, Demographic profile of Indian Populations, Understanding the diversity of Indian social structure, Indian Geography, Constitutional safeguards for the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes.

M.A. in Sociology
Section -A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) from General Knowledge (English Grammar, General Awareness / General Knowledge)
Section- B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) from subject specific questions (Basic Concepts in Sociology; Classical Sociological Theories; Indian Society; Social Change and Development; Social Research and Methods)

M.A. in Economics
Section -A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) from Genral Knowledge, English, Reasoning and Numerical Ability. Section- B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) on Subject Awarness comprising of Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Indian Economy, Economics of Growth and Development, Public Economics, History of Economic Thought, Mathematics for Economics, Statistics for Economics, International Trade, and Monetary Economics.

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