# Senior Teacher Syllabus FPSC

Senior Teacher (Male) (BS-17),

A. Chemistry

B. Physics

C. Mathematics

D. Economics

E. Statistics

F. English

Federal Educational Institutions,

Federal Directorate of Education,

Islamabad, Capital Administration

and Development Division.

Objective Type Test (MCQ)

Part-I

English= 20 marks

Part-II

Subject Test = 50 marks

Part-III

Professional Test = 30 marks

Note:

§For the subject of English,

English part for 20 marks will not

be included.

§It will be 70% subject Test and

30% Professional Test.

For (A) Chemistry

Part-I

Vocabulary, Grammar usage, Sentence Structure

Part-II(Masters Level)

Chemical Kinetics,

Chemical Equilibrium,

Quantum Theory of Atom,

Synthetic Chemistry & Polymers,

Reaction Mechanism,

Green Chemistry,

Spectroscopy,

Nano Technology,

Colloidal State.

Part-III

Educational Psychology

Curriculum Development

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Teaching Methods

Classroom Management and Discipline

Development of Education in Pakistan.

For (B) Physics

Part-I

Vocabulary, Grammar usage, Sentence Structure

Part-II(Masters Level)

Heat and Thermodynamics,

Waves and Optics,

Electrostatic,

Electricity and Magnetism,

Atomic and Modern Physics,

Nuclear Physics,

Basic Solid State Physics,

Basic Electronics,

Electrodynamics,

Mechanics.

Part-III

Educational Psychology

Curriculum Development

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Teaching Methods

Classroom Management and Discipline

Development of Education in Pakistan.

Page 6 of 10

Note: - In cases of BS-16 to 19 where number of applicants is less than ten (10) per case, the Commission reserves the right to dispense with the

written test and call the candidates for interview directly, after determination of their eligibility in terms of advertised conditions.

S.

No

Case No.

F.4-

Particulars of Post(s) Test Specification Topics of Syllabi

For (C) Mathematics

Part-I

Vocabulary, Grammar usage, Sentence Structure

Part-II(Masters Level)

Calculus/Differentiation, Integration, Limits of Continuity

Discrete Structures/Discrete Mathematics,

Communication Skills for Mathematicians,

Computing Tools for Mathematicians,

Classical Mechanics,

Mathematical Statistics,

Real Analysis,

Mathematical Spaces (Sets, Vector Spaces, Metric Spaces,

Topological Spaces, Tensors)

Differential Equations.

Part-III

Educational Psychology

Curriculum Development

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Teaching Methods

Classroom Management and Discipline

Development of Education in Pakistan.

For (D) Economics

Part-I

Vocabulary, Grammar usage, Sentence Structure

Part-II (Masters Level)

Micro Economics,

Macro Economics,

Managerial Economics,

International Economics,

evelopmental Economics,

Statistics & Econometrics,

WTO and Developing Economies,

Monetary Theory & Public Finance,

Part-III

Educational Psychology

Curriculum Development

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Teaching Methods

Classroom Management and Discipline

Development of Education in Pakistan.

Page 7 of 10

Note: - In cases of BS-16 to 19 where number of applicants is less than ten (10) per case, the Commission reserves the right to dispense with the

written test and call the candidates for interview directly, after determination of their eligibility in terms of advertised conditions.

S.

No

Case No.

F.4-

Particulars of Post(s) Test Specification Topics of Syllabi

For (E) Statistics

Part-I

Vocabulary, Grammar usage, Sentence Structure

Part-II (Master’s Level)

Measures of Central Tendency,

Measures of Dispersion or Variation,

Regression and Correlation,

Index Numbers,

Probability Theory,

Probability Distributions,

Presentation of Data by Frequency Distribution & Graphs,

Time Series Analysis,

Statistical Inference,

Sampling Theory and Techniques,

Analysis of Variance,

Experimental Design.

Part-III

Educational Psychology

Curriculum Development

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Teaching Methods

Classroom Management and Discipline

Development of Education in Pakistan.

For (F) English

Part-I (Master’s Level) (70 Marks)

English Literature 14th to 20th Century.

Vocabulary

Structuring of Sentences.

Linguistics.

English Language Teaching.

Grammar.

Syntax.

Diction.

Part-II (30 Marks)

Educational Psychology

Curriculum Development

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Teaching Methods

Classroom Management and Discipline

Development of Education in Pakistan

A. Chemistry

B. Physics

C. Mathematics

D. Economics

E. Statistics

F. English

Federal Educational Institutions,

Federal Directorate of Education,

Islamabad, Capital Administration

and Development Division.

Objective Type Test (MCQ)

Part-I

English= 20 marks

Part-II

Subject Test = 50 marks

Part-III

Professional Test = 30 marks

Note:

§For the subject of English,

English part for 20 marks will not

be included.

§It will be 70% subject Test and

30% Professional Test.

For (A) Chemistry

Part-I

Vocabulary, Grammar usage, Sentence Structure

Part-II(Masters Level)

Chemical Kinetics,

Chemical Equilibrium,

Quantum Theory of Atom,

Synthetic Chemistry & Polymers,

Reaction Mechanism,

Green Chemistry,

Spectroscopy,

Nano Technology,

Colloidal State.

Part-III

Educational Psychology

Curriculum Development

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Teaching Methods

Classroom Management and Discipline

Development of Education in Pakistan.

For (B) Physics

Part-I

Vocabulary, Grammar usage, Sentence Structure

Part-II(Masters Level)

Heat and Thermodynamics,

Waves and Optics,

Electrostatic,

Electricity and Magnetism,

Atomic and Modern Physics,

Nuclear Physics,

Basic Solid State Physics,

Basic Electronics,

Electrodynamics,

Mechanics.

Part-III

Educational Psychology

Curriculum Development

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Teaching Methods

Classroom Management and Discipline

Development of Education in Pakistan.

Page 6 of 10

Note: - In cases of BS-16 to 19 where number of applicants is less than ten (10) per case, the Commission reserves the right to dispense with the

written test and call the candidates for interview directly, after determination of their eligibility in terms of advertised conditions.

S.

No

Case No.

F.4-

Particulars of Post(s) Test Specification Topics of Syllabi

For (C) Mathematics

Part-I

Vocabulary, Grammar usage, Sentence Structure

Part-II(Masters Level)

Calculus/Differentiation, Integration, Limits of Continuity

Discrete Structures/Discrete Mathematics,

Communication Skills for Mathematicians,

Computing Tools for Mathematicians,

Classical Mechanics,

Mathematical Statistics,

Real Analysis,

Mathematical Spaces (Sets, Vector Spaces, Metric Spaces,

Topological Spaces, Tensors)

Differential Equations.

Part-III

Educational Psychology

Curriculum Development

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Teaching Methods

Classroom Management and Discipline

Development of Education in Pakistan.

For (D) Economics

Part-I

Vocabulary, Grammar usage, Sentence Structure

Part-II (Masters Level)

Micro Economics,

Macro Economics,

Managerial Economics,

International Economics,

evelopmental Economics,

Statistics & Econometrics,

WTO and Developing Economies,

Monetary Theory & Public Finance,

Part-III

Educational Psychology

Curriculum Development

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Teaching Methods

Classroom Management and Discipline

Development of Education in Pakistan.

Page 7 of 10

Note: - In cases of BS-16 to 19 where number of applicants is less than ten (10) per case, the Commission reserves the right to dispense with the

written test and call the candidates for interview directly, after determination of their eligibility in terms of advertised conditions.

S.

No

Case No.

F.4-

Particulars of Post(s) Test Specification Topics of Syllabi

For (E) Statistics

Part-I

Vocabulary, Grammar usage, Sentence Structure

Part-II (Master’s Level)

Measures of Central Tendency,

Measures of Dispersion or Variation,

Regression and Correlation,

Index Numbers,

Probability Theory,

Probability Distributions,

Presentation of Data by Frequency Distribution & Graphs,

Time Series Analysis,

Statistical Inference,

Sampling Theory and Techniques,

Analysis of Variance,

Experimental Design.

Part-III

Educational Psychology

Curriculum Development

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Teaching Methods

Classroom Management and Discipline

Development of Education in Pakistan.

For (F) English

Part-I (Master’s Level) (70 Marks)

English Literature 14th to 20th Century.

Vocabulary

Structuring of Sentences.

Linguistics.

English Language Teaching.

Grammar.

Syntax.

Diction.

Part-II (30 Marks)

Educational Psychology

Curriculum Development

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Teaching Methods

Classroom Management and Discipline

Development of Education in Pakistan