BPSC PCS Syllabus for Subjects Physics Chemistry Botany Zoology Philosophy Law Geology Geography Sociology Social Work Public Administration

BPSC PCS Syllabus for Subjects Physics Chemistry Botany Zoology Philosophy Law Geology Geography Sociology Social Work Public Administration
GROUP – D
SCIENCE

23. PHYSICS
Mechanics and properties of the Matters, Sound, Heat, Light, Magnetism and electricity as for
degree examination.

24. CHEMISTRY
Chemistry paper will include all the three sections (A) Inorganic (B) Physical and (C) Organic
Chemistry each carrying equal marks. The standard is the same as for degree examination.

25. APPLIED CHEMISTRY
Chemical Plant, Chemical Engineering, Ceramics, Oils, Sugar, leather, Soap and Toilet
Products paper and Cellulose derivatives, Food preservation and Milk Products, Rosin and
Turpentine, Paints and Varnishes Coal Carbonization and Road Tars, Fermentation
Industries, Water purification, Waste disposal starch and Allied Products, Heavy Chemicals,
Fertilizer Matches.

26. BOTANY
Standard Same as for degree Examination.

27. ZOOLOGY
Standard Same as for degree Examination.

28. AGRICULTURE
Standard Same as for degree Examination.

29. ASTRONOMY
Standard Same as for degree Examination.

30. HUMAN ANATOMY
Standard Same as for degree Examination.

31. PHYSIOLOGY
Standard Same as for degree Examination

GROUP – E
MISCELLANEOUS

32. ETHICS AND PSYCHOLOGY
Standard same as for degree Examination.

33. LOGIC AND ELEMENTS OF PHILOSOPHY
Logic will cover all the topics usually discussed in deductive and inductive logic including the
Categories and the predicable. The Reduction of Syllogisms, different kinds of Syllabics and
Quantitative Determination, Questions may be set not only on points of doctrine but also on
the logical analysis of arguments.
1. The Problem of Philosophy, its relation with common sense, Science, and Religion. The
Method of Philosophy and Divisions of Philosophy.
2. Theories of knowledge Sceptionism, Realism, Intuitionism, Pragmatism.
3. Theories of Boing-Dualism, Monism-Pluralism Materialism, Spiritualism, Neutral Monism,
Emergent Evolution.

34.ISLAMIAT
The Candidates will be expected to have a reasonably good knowledge of Quran, Hadith
and Fiqah. They Should be able to answer questions on the following subjects:
a. Shariat-i-Islam and Arkan-i-Islam.
b. Holy Prophet’s life.
c. History of the Khulpha-i-Rashideen.
The Study of the following books is recommended:
i. Spirit on Islam by Amir Ali.
ii. Sirat-un-Nabi by Shibli Numani.
iii. Khutbat-i-Madaras by Syed Suleman Nadvi.
iv. The early Caliphate by Muhammad Ali.

35. ECONOMICS
Standard Same as for degree Examination.

36. POLITICAL SCIENCE
Standard Same as for degree Examination.

37. CRIMINAL LAW
The Pakistan Penal Code. The Evidence Act, The Criminal Procedure Code.

38. CIVIL LAW
The Evidence Act. The Civil procedure Code. The limitation Act.
Note: For Paper in subject (37) and (38) bare copies of the relevant Acts will be provided.

39. GEOGRAPHY
General and political Geography of the world. A Special knowledge of the geography of
Pakistan, India and adjoining countries will be expected, contours and elementary principles
of Land Surveying questions on Physical and Economic geography may be set.
40. INTERNATIONAL ELATIONS
1. European and USA Affairs since, 1919 with special reference to the following topics:
a. The Versailles settlement.
b. The League of Nations and UNO.
c. Soviet Foreign Policy.
d. The Second World War.
e. Foreign Policy of U.S.A.
f. Fascism and National Socialism.
g. The Current International Situation.
2. Eastern Affairs since 1919 with special reference to the following topics:
a. The Expansion of Japan.
b. The Chinese Civil War.
c. The Freedom Movement in South-East Asia.
d. The Palestine Problem and the Arab States.
e. The Egyptian Nationalism.
f. Turkey and its Foreign Policy.
g. International Rivalries in Iran and Afghanistan.
3. Geographical aspects of International Relations.
41. COMMERCE COMPRISING.
1. Industrial and Commercial Organization.
2. Industrial and Commercial Law.
3. Statistics

42. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Legal and institutional setting, principles of organization internal management and control,
Personal management, fiscal management, Planning, Special problems in administration.

43. SOCIOLOGY
Definition, Scope and methods of Sociology, Study of social problems population, rate
relations, disorganization of families, crime etc. History of social thought etc. Social structures
like Government, Family etc. Community and community organization with study of Ecology
and group relationship, Family, Marriage and Population problems with special reference to
social problems of Pakistan.
44. SOCIAL WORK
Standard same as for degree examination.
45. GEOLOGY
Standard same as for degree examination.
46. JOURNALISM/MASS COMMUNICATION
Standard same as for degree examination.

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