## Syllabus for Junior System Officer in Kerala Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Limited

Junior System Officer in Kerala Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Limited Syllabus Recruitment Type: Direct Recruitment. Cat.No: 690/2022

PART 1 – Mathematics – ( 15 Marks)

**Module 1 **:- Linear Algebra: Matrix – multiplication – determinants –

transpose – symmetric matrix – Hermitian matrix – rank – characteristic rootsCayley’s theorem

(2 Marks)

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**Module 2 **:- Complex numbers: Basic definitions-basic operations with complex numbers-Real and imaginary part – polar form of a complex numberproducts- quotients – powers – modulus – roots of complex number- n th root of unity (3 Mark)

**Module 3**: – Analytic Geometry: distance formula – straight line – angle between lines – general second degree equation to represent circle – ellipse – parabola- hyperbola- polar coordinate – cylindrical coordinate – spherical coordinates. (2 Mark)

**Module 4** :- Calculus: limit of a function – indeterminate form – L’Hospital’s rule – continuous function – derivatives – increasing and decreasing function – critical points – stationary points – maxima and minima – concave up and concave down – point of inflexions ( 2 Mark)

**Module 5**:- First Order Deferential Equation: Order – degree – separable equation – linear equation – exact equation – homogeneous equation with constant coefficients. ( 2 Mark)

**Module 6** : -Vector calculus: Position vector of a point – magnitude – dot product – projection of vector – angle between vectors – cross product – scalar triple products – gradient – divergent – curl- solenoidal vector – irrotational vector. (2 Marks)

**Module 7** : – Abstract Algebra: Group – properties and examples – subgroup- cyclic groups – Permutations – rings – integral domains – ideals – fields. ( 2 Marks )

PART- II Statistics (15 Marks)

Module 1: Descriptive Statistics (3 Marks)

Scales of measurement, Different types of Data, Primary Data and Secondary Data, Types of Probability Sampling – Simple Random Sampling, Stratified Random Sampling, Systematic Sampling, Classification and Tabulation, Frequency Distribution, Measures of Central Tendency, Measures of Dispersion, Raw and Central Moments, Skewness, Kurtosis, Correlation,

Regression.

Module 2: Probability (6 Marks)

Random Experiment, Events, Definitions of Probability, Elementary Probability

Theory, Problems based on Classical Definition of Probability, Conditional

Probability, Bayes Theorem, Random Variables, Standard Probability

Distributions such as Poisson, Binomial and Normal Distributions.

Module 3: Inferential Statistics (6 Marks)

Population and Sample, Sampling Distributions, Statistic, Statistical

Estimation, Desirable Properties of Estimators, Statistical Testing of

Hypothesis, Tests based on and Statistics.

PART- III Physics ( 15 Marks)

Module 1. Properties of Matter (4 marks)

Elasticity-Modulus of elasticity, the three elastic modulii, Surface tension-shapes of drops, concept of excess of pressure, capillary rise, variation of surface tension with temperature, Fluid Dynamics- Streamline and turbulent flow, equation of continuity, Bernoulli’s theorem and its applications,

Viscosity- coefficient of viscosity, Stoke’s formula, variation of viscosity with temperature.

Module 2. Thermal Physics (3 marks)

Thermal conductivity, coefficient of thermal conductivity, Weidman-Franz

law, Radiation of heat, Stefan’s law, Zeroth Law and First law of

Thermodynamics, differential form of first law, different thermodynamic

processes, specific heat capacities, Carnot’s heat engine, entropy.

Module 3. Optics (3 marks)

Interference of light- The principle of superposition, coherent sources,Double slit interference, interference in thin films, Newton’s Rings, DiffractionFresnel diffraction, Half-period zones, Fraunhofer diffraction-diffraction at a single slit, diffraction grating, LASER-Basic principle, He-Ne laser, optical fibre- step, index fibre, graded index fibre , numerical aperture.

Module 4. Modern Physics (5 marks)

Black body radiation curve, photoelectric effect, Compton effect, Bohr

model- hydrogen atom, wave nature of particles, uncertainty principle, wave

function, Vector atom model-quantum numbers associated with vector atom

model, L-S and J-J couplings, Zeeman effect, Anomalous Zeeman effect,

Paschen-Back effect, Stark effect, Solids-Amorphous and Crystalline

Materials, Unit Cell, Types of Lattices, Miller Indices, Nucleus-Constituents of

nucleus and their intrinsic properties, binding energy, Nuclear fission and

nuclear fusion processes.

PART IV – COMMERCE (15 Marks)

Module 1

Basic Accounting: Accounting process- Accounting Terms- debtor, creditor,

current and non-current assets and liabilities – Accounting Vs book keepingRevenue Vs Capital income and expenditure – Cash system vs accrual

system- Double entry vs single entry – Journal – Special journal – Ledger –

Trial balance – Components of GAAP- Annual financial statements- Analysis

of annual financial statements – Accounting ratios – Comparative statements.

(5marks)

Module 2

Banking: Lending policies – Principles of sound lending – Lending criteria –

Loan management- appraisal, monitoring – Forms of Lending- cash credit,

overdraft, term loans – Secured and unsecured advances – Modes of charging

security- lien, mortgage, hypothecation, pledge, assignment – Primary security

and collateral security – Standard asset and non-standard asset, Nonperforming assets – Provision for bad and doubtful assets. (5 marks)

Module 3

Co – operation : Formation of Co-operative society – Fundamental

documents of a society – Important legislations regulate a society- Cooperative principles – Structure of cooperative societies – Administration of a

society – Sources of finance of a society – Utilisation of finance of a societyDistribution of earnings – Important books and accounts maintained by a Society. (5 marks)

PART V- COMPUTER APPLICATION (40 Marks)

Module I (10 Marks)

Computer Fundamentals: Computer Hardware and Software, Input/Output

devices, Generation of Computers, Computer Systems: Micros, Minis and

Main-frames, Memory Units: RAM, ROM, Secondary Storage Devices, Cache

Memory, Virtual Memory.

Module II (10 Marks)

Programming in C: Tokens, Data types, Operators, Control Statements, User

defined functions, Arrays, Pointers, Structure and Union, File operations.

Data Structures: Concept of Data Structures, Types of Data Structures:

Linear, Non-linear, Data Structure Operations, An Introduction to Stacks,

Queues, Linked Lists, Trees, and Graphs.

Module III (10 Marks)

Operating Systems: Structure of Operating Systems, Operating System

Functions, Distributed Systems, The Process, Process State, PCB, Threads,

Process Scheduling Basic Concepts, Scheduling Criteria.

Database Management Systems: Introduction to Database System

applications, Database design, Data Models: Hierarchical Model, Network

Model, Entity Relationship Model, Object Oriented Data Model, Relational

Model, Set Operations.

Module IV (10 Marks)

Computer Networks and Security: Use of Computer Networks, Network

Topologies, Types of Networks – LAN, WAN, MAN, Data Communication –

Data Flow, Data transmission mode – Simplex, Half Duplex, Full Duplex,

Modem, Router, Switch, Internet Service Providers, Search Tools.

Artificial Intelligence: Overview of an AI, Definition and Importance of

Knowledge, Knowledge-Based Systems, Representation of Knowledge,

Natural Language Processing Introduction, Overview of Linguistics,

Grammars and Languages, Basic Parsing Techniques, Natural Language

Systems.