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HSEE Syllabus 2022 - Latest Syllabus, Section Wise Detailed Syllabus

Updated By Samiksha Rautela on 03 Feb, 2022 10:26

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HSEE 2022 Syllabus

The syllabus for the HSEE exam is specified by IIT Madras every year after it releases the notification for the exam. In the HSEE syllabus, the institute specifies all the important units and topics from where the questions in the exam are supposed to be asked. In the sections to follow, the candidates will find out the latest HSEE syllabus for both Part 1 and Part 2. Candidates preparing to appear in the upcoming HSEE exam must be thorough with the latest HSEE syllabus mentioned below as per the IIT Madras official website.

HSEE 2022 English & Comprehension Skill Syllabus

The latest HSEE English & Comprehension Skill syllabus has been given below - 

Reading Skills

Vocabulary, Grammar & Reading Skills

HSEE 2022 Analytical and Quantitative Ability Syllabus

The latest HSEE analytical and quantitative ability syllabus has been given below - 

  • Patterns

  • Brainteasers

  • Logical Reasoning

  • Analytical Reasoning

  • Data Interpretation

  • Elementary Trigonometry

  • Linear Equations

  • Age Sums

  • Discount

  • Work and Time

  • Simple and Compound Interest

  • Percentages

  • Profit and Loss

  • Ratio and Proportion

  • Basic Statistics (Average)

  • Calendar

  • LCM & HCF

  • Algebra

  • Numbers

HSEE 2022 General Studies Syllabus

The latest HSEE syllabus for General Studies has been provided below - 

World Affairs

  • The emergence of the US and USSR

  • The emergence of the UN system

  • the Cold War and nuclear race

  • The disintegration of the Soviet Union, the decline of Communism and the rise of nationalism 

  • Arab-Israel conflict 

  • India and the World 

  • NAM and role of India

  • India-China and India-Pakistan relations, China and the World, conflict and wars

Indian Society and Culture

  • Indian Traditions and Knowledge Systems (Classical dance forms, Architecture, Education, Ethics, Language and Grammar, Painting, Music, Theatre, Textiles Indian Literature, Mathematical and Medical systems)

  • Indian Philosophy and Thinkers (Jainism, Buddhism, Orthodox Systems, Sikhism, Sufism, Gandhi, Swami Vivekananda, Rabindranath Tagore, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan)

  • Medieval and Modern Indian History (Delhi Sultanate and Mughal era; British Raj; Uprising of 1857; (Social) Reform, and Resistance Movements; Indian National Movement and the Emergence of the Indian nation)

  • Social Change in India (Sanskritization, Modernisation, Westernization and Secularization, Social Movements and Regionalism, Panchayati Raj Institutions & Governance, Affirmative Action Programme of the Government, Commissions and Policy Interventions)

  • Structure of Indian Society (Caste, Class and Tribe, Institutions of Marriage, Family and Kinship, Political institutions, Demographic Indicators and Trends)

Indian Economy

  • Money, Banking and Public Finance (Concepts of money and measures of the money supply)

  • Foreign Trade and International Economy (balance of payments, foreign exchange reserves and trade policy, I.M.F., W.T.O., international aid)

  • Sectoral Development (agriculture – Green Revolution and technological changes, current issues and policies; industry-evolution of industrial policies in India (from 1948), strategies for industrial development, public and private sectors, small and medium industries, infrastructure, transport and communication, service sector etc)

  • Economic Growth and Development (Meaning and measurement of economic growth, stages of development, national income concepts and trends, trends in savings and investment; human development index, national policy on education, health and health care policies. Planning in India: Five-Year Plans - objectives, priorities and problems)

  • Major Economic problems (Poverty, Unemployment and Inequality - concepts, measurement, trends, sectoral distribution and policies, inflation - trends, causes and remedies)

  • Main Features of Indian Economy (Natural resources; human resources -population size and composition, literacy and education, occupational distribution)

  • Understanding the Economy (Scarcity, opportunity cost, resource allocation, economic systems and their characteristics, features of market economies, forces of demand and supply, the elasticity of demand and supply)

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