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Syllabus

COURSE CONTENT

A. Aptitude   (Total : 90 Classes)

COURSE OBJECTIVE: The course aims at improving the numerical ability and analytical reasoning of students in alignment with the corporate requirements during recruitment and selection process.

1. Concept and Problems Based on: (10 Classes)

Number System, HCF and LCM, Simplification, Square and Cube Roots, Average, Ratio and Proportion, Coding and Decoding, Blood Relations, Ranking and Sitting Arrangement.


2. Concept and Problems Based on: (10 Classes)

Percentage, Profit and Loss, Discount, Simple and Compound Interest, Diagram Interpretation, Alphabets and Number Series, Patterns (symbols and images), Age Calculation.


3. Concept and Problems Based on: (10 Classes)

Time and Work, Pipes and Cisterns, Boat and Streams, Time and Speed (including problems on Trains), Distance, Mixtures, Input-Output.


4. Concept and Problems Based on: (10 Classes)

1. Work and Wages, Permutation and Combination, Probability, Progressions and Sequences, Set Theory, Venn Diagram, Calendar and Clock.

2. Data Interpretation, Mensuration, Data Sufficiency (10 Classes)


5. Practice on Numerical, analytical Ability & Data interpretation: (40 Classes)

Recommended Texts:

Dinesh Khattar : Pearson Guide to Quantitative Aptitude (Pearson)

Kiran Prakashan : Quickest Mathematics (Kiran Prakashan)

Tyra and Kundan : Quicker Maths(BSC Publications)

Tyra and Kundan : Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency &Series (B S C Publishing)

R S Aggarwal : A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning (S. Chand)

Rajesh Verma : Fasttrack Objective arithmetic (Arihant) Rajesh Verma

Pt. Ramnandan Shashtri : Vedic Mathematic MADE EASY (Arihant)

BS Sijwali : A new approach to reasoning verbal & non verbal (Arihant Publications)


B. English/ Soft Skills (Total : 60 Classes)

COURSE OBJECTIVE: The course aims at improving the English speaking and communication abilities of students in alignment with the corporate requirements during recruitment and selection process.

1. Sentence Formation: (10 Classes)

Parts of Speech: Noun, Pronoun, Adjectives, Verbs, Adverbs, Preposition, Conjunction, Interjection. Subject-Verb Agreement; Infinitives, Articles, Active and Passive Voice.


2. Vocabulary Building: (05 Classes)

Synonyms, Antonyms, Suffix, Prefix, commonly used words in business practice.


3. Spoken English Practice: (05 Classes)

Etiquettes, Role-plays of day-to-day scenarios, Public speaking, videos of GD/PI, Extempore, reading, etc.


4. Group Discussions: (17 Classes)

Basic guidelines for effective GDs and Practice. GD topic: Economic, Political, Business, Philosophical, Abstract.


5. Resume building & updation: (03 Classes)


6. Interviews: (15 Classes)

Body Language; Dressing etiquettes; Mannerisms; Preparing common interview questions. Practice sessions for interview preparation


7. Sectroal Review: (05 Classes)

Recommended Texts:

Wren and Martin : English Grammar (S Chand Publishing)

Norman Lewis : Word Power made Easy (W R Goyal Publishers)

Bovee, Thill, Schatzman : Business Communication Today (Pearson)

Dr. Madhu Rani & S Verma : Technical Communication (Acme Learning)

Ken Taylor : Business English (Orient Blackswan)


Technical/ Domian Syllabus:

Branchwise technical course is designed based on Industry demand and upcoming technologies. Fundamentals of each branch / Domain are focused upon through practical pedagogy like discussions, presentations, Quizzes etc.