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TNPSC DCPO syllabus 2022

TNPSC DCPO Syllabus 2022: தமிழ்நாடு அரசுப் பணியாளர் தேர்வாணையம், மாவட்ட குழந்தைகள் பாதுகாப்பு அலுவலர் பாடத்திட்டத்தை (TNPSC DCPO Syllabus 2022) மேம்படுத்தியுள்ளது. தேர்வுக்கு விண்ணப்பிக்க விரும்பும் விண்ணப்பதாரர்கள் எங்கள் வலைப்பதிவில் TNPSC DCPO Syllabus 2022, தேர்வு முறையையும் பதிவிறக்கம் செய்து கொள்ளலாம். தேர்வு முறை மற்றும் பாடத்திட்ட தலைப்புகளை பதிவிறக்கம் செய்வதற்கான நேரடி இணைப்புகள் இங்கே கொடுக்கப்பட்டுள்ளன.

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TNPSC DCPO Syllabus 2022 – Topics

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SOCIOLOGY

UNIT-I: INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

  • Definition and Meaning of Sociology, Basic concepts: Society, Community, Culture, Association, Socialization.
  • Social Institutions: Family, Marriage, Education, Religion, Caste, Class, Politics.

UNIT-II: SOCIOLOGICAL THINKERS

  • August Comte: Law of Three stages; Social Statics and dynamics. Herbert Spencer: Theory of Evolution, Organic Analogy, Social Darwinism. Emile Durkheim: Social facts, Suicide, Division of labour.
  • Max Weber: Social action, ideal types, bureaucracy and The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism. Karl Marx: Historical materialism, Social Change, Class struggle, alienation

UNIT-III: RURAL AND URBAN SOCIOLOGY

  • Rural: Rural – urban contrast. Characteristics of Rural society. Agrarian class structure. Panchayatraj system. Rural development programmes.
  • Urban: Meaning, Characteristics of urbanisation and its impact, Urban sociological theories- Tonnies, Georg Simmel, Max Weber, Robert Park, Louis Wirth and Ernest Burgess, Homer Hoyt, Harris and Ullman.

UNIT-IV: SOCIAL PROCESSES, SOCIAL CHANGE, AND SOCIAL CONTROL

Associative and dissociative processes. Features, causes and sources of social change. Meaning, purposes, types, and agencies of social control.

UNIT-V: INDIAN SOCIAL REFORMERS AND CHILD PROTECTION

Contributions of Mahatma Gandhi, EVR Periyar, Anne Besant, Raja Ram Mohan Rai, Jyotiba Phule, Savitriba Phule, Muthulakshmi, Ambedkar, Mother Teresa

UNIT-VI: SOCIOLOGY OF MARGINALISED

Marginalization and its socio economic indices. The culture of marginalized communities – SC, ST, Nomadic Castes and Tribes and De-notified Tribes, transgender, religious minorities, differently abled, aged, HIV/AIDS. Constitutional Provisions, Implementation, and Impact on Marginalized.

UNIT-VII: CHILDREN WITH DIFFICULT CIRCUMSTANCES

Sex preference, female infanticide, Girl child, neglected, orphan, abandoned, street children, child abuse, child labour, children with disabilities (CwD), Child marriage.

UNIT-VIII: CONSTITUTIONAL PRIVILEGES TOWARDS CHILDREN

Children Related Policies and Acts: Constitutional Provisions for Children in India; National Policy for Children (1974 and 2013); Current policies and trends – Child Welfare; Children Acts – JJ Act, Protection of Children, from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO), 2012, Child Labour (Abolition and Prohibition) Act 1986 , The Prohibition of Child Marriage Act 2006 – Bonded Labour (Abolition) Act 1976.

UNIT-IX: AFFIRMATIVE ACTIONS FOR CHILD WELFARE

Institutional services:- Short-stay homes. Foster home. Facilities/services for children of unmarried mothers, Juvenile homes. Non- Institutional services:- Anganawadi, Day-Care Centres, Crèches, Child Guidance Centres, Services through nursery/primary school, Services for children in need of special care – Schools for Mentally Retarded, Blind, Deaf and Dumb and Physically Handicapped Children.

UNIT-X: CHILDREN AND STAKEHOLDERS

Children Stakeholders: Ministry of Women and Child Development: Roles and Functions – Central and State Level Commission for Protection of Child Rights in India; Roles and Functions National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development; Roles and Functions of Civil Society and civil society organisations.

SOCIAL WORK

UNIT–I: INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK

Meaning, Definition, Objectives, functions of Social Work, Concepts- Social Welfare, Social Development, Social Work, Social Service, Social security, Social Reforms, Social Legislation, Social Policy, Social Justice; India as a Welfare State, Historical development of Social Work in the West and in India, Social Work as a Profession-Values, Principles and Code of Ethics, Social Worker as enabler, broker, mediator, advocate and facilitator; Sociology and psychology for social work

UNIT–II: SOCIO–RELIGIOUS THOUGHT OF INDIA AND SOCIAL REFORMS

Religious Values, Ethics and Contribution-Hinduism (four values-Dharma, Artha, Kama, Moksha) Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Islam and Christianity; Social Reforms and Reform Movements: Arya Samaj, Brahmo Samaj, Gandhian Movement, Dravidian Movements, Dalit and tribal movements-Contributions of Dr. Ambedkar.

UNIT–III: CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS, SOCIAL LEGISLATIONS AND UN CHARTERS

Fundamental Rights in the Indian Constitution, Directive Principles of State Policy, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Convention on the Elimination of all forms of discrimination against women, Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Policies and programmes, for Social Legislations for Vulnerable Groups.

UNIT–IV: SOCIAL CASE WORK

Definition, Objectives, Values and Principles, Case Work Components – Person, Place, Problem, Process; Case Work stages-Study, diagnosis, treatment, termination, evaluation; Recording in Case Work, Skills of a case worker. Application of Case Work in various settings.

UNIT–V: SOCIAL GROUP WORK

Definition of Groups, types and characteristics, Stages of Group development, Group Dynamics Definition of Social Group Work: Objectives, Values and Principles, Group Work Process: Beginning, middle and ending stage, Programme Planning in Group Work, Recording in Group Work, Skills of a group worker; Application of Group Work in various settings.

UNIT–VI: COMMUNITY ORGANISATION AND SOCIAL ACTION

Definition of Community and community Development, types and characteristics of Communities, principles of CO, difference between CO and CD, Community power  structure, CO process, Recording in Community Organisation, Skills of a community worker; Application of Community Organization in various settings; Social Action; Concept, definition, approaches –Paulo Freire, Saul Alinsky and Gandhi, Medha Patkar, Sudarlal Bahuguna, Application of Community Organization Method.

UNIT–VII: SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH AND SOCIAL WORK ADMINISTRATION

Definition, Objectives, Types– Quantitative, Qualitative and Mixed Methods; Research Designs, Sampling methods: Probability and Non-Probability, Tools and Techniques of Data Collection – Observation, Questionnaire, Interview Schedule, Focus Group Discussion, Sources of Data, Coding and tabulation, analysis and interpretation; Basic Statistics–Mean, Median and Mode; Standard Deviation, Report Writing.

Social Work Administration: Definition, Principles and Process, Structure and Functions of Central and State Welfare Departments and Boards; NGOs: Definitions, Characteristics, Problems and challenges of NGOs, Laws Related to NGOs –Societies Registration Act, Trust Act and Companies Act.

UNIT–VIII: RURAL/ URBAN AND TRIBAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Community and Development: Definition, philosophy, objectives and scope; Rural,urban and tribal problems, Organization and administration of rural, tribal andurban development from block to National level; Panchayat systems and local self-government in India; 73rd Amendment, Development policies and programmes; Urban Habitat Development Corporation

UNIT–IX: HEALTH AND SOCIAL WORK

Definition and Concept, Status of health in India, Health indicators, diseases, types and prevention, Mental health: definition, concept, mental retardation and mental illness, common mental disorders; Alternate systems of health care, Health care services and programmes, National Health Mission; Disability – types, causes and rehabilitation.

UNIT–X: FAMILY AND SOCIAL WORK

Family as a social institution, concept, characteristics, types, emerging family patterns, definition of marriage, forms, functions and problems. Constitutional Safe guards assuring rights of children in India, UNCRC, Problems of Children and Youth: Street Children, Child Labour, Child Abuse, Child Trafficking, Child Protection Services: Commission for Protection of Child Rights Act. Sex and Gender Discrimination against the Girl Child; Gender Development Indicators – GDI, GEM, Protective Measures, Constitutional and Legal Provisions. Elder Care: meaning and definition; special needs, disorders, diseases and disabilities, Role of NGOs;

PSYCHOLOGY

UNIT-I : INTRODUCTION

  • Psychology – Definition, History, Goals, Branches, Scope, Research Methods in Psychology – Observation, Correlation, Experiment, Case study. Ethics in Research.
  •  Biological Basis of Behaviour – Neurons, Nervous system, Brain, Heredity and Behaviour.

UNIT-II: ATTENTION, PERCEPTION AND CONSCIOUSNESS

  • Attention – Definition and kinds of attention.
  • Perception – Definition, Perceptual organization, Perceptual constancy, illusion, factors affecting perception.
  • Consciousness – Definition, Biological rhythm, Waking states, Sleep, Consciousness altering drugs.

UNIT-III: LEARNING AND MEMORY

  • Learning – Definition, Classical conditioning, Operant conditioning, Observational learning, Latent learning, Insight learning.
  •  Memory – Definition, Process, Models, Types of memory.
  • Forgetting – Meaning, Causes, Memory distortion, Improving memory.

UNIT-IV: COGNITION

  • Thinking – Thinking process, Concept formation, Problem solving, Decision making,
  • Language. Intelligence – Definition, Nature, Theories, Assessment. Emotional Intelligence. Creativity.

UNIT-V: MOTIVATION AND EMOTIONS

  • Motivation – Definition, Need, Drive, Instinct, Theories, Types.
  •  Motives – Physiological – Hunger and Sex – Psychological – Achievement, Affiliation, Aggression – Social – Power.
  • Frustration and Conflict.
  •  Emotion – Meaning, Nature, Biological basis of emotions, Theories.

UNIT-VI: HEALTH, STRESS AND COPING

  • Health psychology – Definition, Bio Psycho Social model.
  • Behavioural and psychological correlates of illness.
  • Stress and coping – Definition, Nature, causes, Effects.
  •  Promoting wellness – Primary prevention and secondary prevention, managing stress

UNIT-VII: PERSONALITY

Personality – Definition, Psycho analytical approach, Humanistic approach, Trait Theory, Learning approach to personality, Measuring Personality – Questionnaire and Inventories, Projective techniques, Other measures – Behavioural observation, Interviews and Biological Measures

UNIT-VIII: MENTAL DISORDERS

Models of Abnormality – Assessment and Diagnosis – DSM and ICD – Disorders of Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence, Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, Dissociative and somatoform disorders, Sexual and Gender Identity Disorder, Personality Disorders, Schizophrenia, Substance related disorders, Psychotherapies – Psychological approaches, Group therapy, Marital therapy, Family therapy, Psycho Social Rehabilitation, Biological therapy, Indigenous therapy (Yoga and meditation).

UNIT-IX: DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

  • Childhood – Physical, Cognitive, Moral, Social and Emotional domain
  • . Adolescence – Physical, Cognitive, Moral, Social and Emotional domain.
  • From Gender identity to Sexual Category constancy.
  • Adulthood – Cognitive, Social and Emotional domain, views on adulthood (Stage theories vs. Contextual approach)
  • Aging – Theories, Death and Bereavement.

UNIT-X: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

  • Social thought – Attribution, Social cognition, Attitudes.
  • Social Behaviour – Prejudice, Social influence, Attraction and Love, Leadership, Persuasion, Prosocial behaviour, Aggression, Anti-social behaviour. Group – Types and formation of groups, group process- Social Facilitation, Social Loafing, Conformity, Inter-group relations.

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

UNIT 1 : GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

1.1 Definition and Distinction of growth and development

1.2 Principles of growth and development

1.3 Factors affecting growth and development

1.4 Domains of development and its interrelatedness

UNIT 2 : THEORIES OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR AND DEVELOPMENT

2.1 Learning and behavioural theories – Pavlov‟s Classical conditioning, Skinner‟s operant conditioning, Watson behaviourism, Bandura‟s social learning theory

2.2 Language theories – Behaviourist perspective, Nativist perspective and Interactionist perspective

2.3 Cognitive theories – Piaget‟s Cognitive theory

2.4 Psycho-analytic theories – Freud‟s psycho-analytic theory, Erikson‟s psycho-social theory

2.5 Moral development theories – Piaget‟s moral theory, Kohlberg‟s moral theory

UNIT 3: STAGES/ PERIODS OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT

3.1 Five stages of child development and its characteristics – Prenatal, Infancy and Toddlerhood, Early childhood, Late childhood and Adolescence

3.2 Havighurst‟s Developmental Tasks – Infancy to Adolescence

3.3 Concept and importance of developmental milestones

UNIT 4 : PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT

4.1 Conception – Structure of Ovum and Sperm, process of fertilization

4.2 Prenatal development – the period of ovum, embryo and foetus

4.3 Factors influencing/debilitating prenatal development

4.4 Signs and symptoms of pregnancy

UNIT 5: INFANCY AND TODDLERHOOD (BIRTH TO TWO YEARS)

5.1 Neonates – appearance, adaptations/adjustments; New born reflexes, APGAR Scale

5.2 Physical and motor development, Cognitive development, Language development

5.3 Emotional and social development

5.4 Temperament and attachment

UNIT 6: EARLY CHILDHOOD (2-6 YEARS) AND LATE CHILDHOOD (6-12 YEARS)

6.1 Physical and motor development, Cognitive development, Language development

6.2 Emotional development and social development

6.3 Habit formation – principles, importance and methods

6.4 Common behaviour problems during childhood period

UNIT 7 : EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION (ECCE)

7.1 ECCE- Definition, Concept, Significance, Objectives and Scope of ECCE

7.2 Types of ECCE settings

7.3 Play and its characteristics. Role of play in overall development of children and teacher’s role.

7.4 Importance of Parental involvement in Early learning

UNIT 8 : ADOLESCENCE

8.1 Physical development -Primary and secondary sexual characteristics, Psychological impact of physical changes

8.2 Cognitive development

8.3 Psychological development – Self concept, Self esteem, Interest and Attitude

8.4 Social development – Peer relationship and friendship, Parent adolescent relationships and conflict, Sibling relationship

8.5 Physiological and psychological problems and challenges

UNIT 9: CHILDREN WITH DIVERSE NEEDS

9.1 Definition, classification (RPWD Act), causes and characteristics of children with special needs

9.2 Definition, classification and characteristics of Gifted children

9.3 Children in difficult circumstances –Child prostitutes, trafficked children, street children, refugee children and child victims of war/natural calamities, Juvenile delinquents, abused children

9.4 Gender and societal disparities – Infanticide, foeticide, girl child, children of prostitutes and AIDS affected parents

UNIT 10 : GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING

10.1 Meaning, definition and scope of guidance and counseling

10.2 Physical and mental health counselling

10.3 Educational, vocational and career guidance

CRIMINOLOGY

UNIT – I – CRIMINOLOGY – CONCEPTS:

Criminology – Definition, nature and scope. Crime, criminals, victims-Meaning Concept Statutory, Procedure, Evidence, Local and Special Law Structure of Criminal Justice and its forms – role & responsibilities Froms of Crime – Elements of crime – Criminal Typology – Formal and Informal Control of Crime- Psychological impact of abuse and its prevention – Child abuse: Physical, Psychological, Sexual, Psychosocial impact of abuse and its prevention, awareness creation – Child Trafficking Hard and Soft Labour – Street Children.

UNIT II- SCHOOLS OF CRIMINOLOGY:

Pre-classical, classical – Neo classical School – Positive School – Cartographic Schools – Biological and Constitutional schools.

UNIT III – INTRODUCTION TO JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM:

Juvenile Delinquency Definition and concept Truancy, vagarancy, Youth crimes, principle of Parens patriae, Doli Incapex, Principle of negative semantics, children and vulnerability, children and Non applicability of capital punishment.

UNIT IV – CORRECTIONAL PRINCIPLES

  • Penology Definition, nature scope – Theories of punishment – Prison Reforms Commissions – Indian Jails Committee, Justice Mullah Committee, V.R.Krishna Iyer Committee.
  •  Institutional and Non Institutional Correction – Probation, Admonition Juvenile probation.

UNIT V – NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS:

  • Riyadh Guidelines – Prevention of Delinquency, Tokyo Rules – Standard Minimum Rules for Non-Custodial / Measures, UN Convention on the Child Rights, Nelson Mandela Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners.
  • Beijing rules – UN standard Minimum Rules for Juvenile Justice. UN Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for victim of Crime & Abuse of power 1985. National policy of children – (Recent), National policy of elderly people – (Recent), National policy of Women – (Recent).

UNIT VI – VICTIMOLOGY:

  • Development of Victimology basic concepts, Impact of Victimization – Physical, Financial and psychological, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Acute Stress Disorder (ASD).
  • Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Victimization – victim Compensation and Restitution.

UNIT VII – CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM:

Introduction of the Criminal Justice System in India – Components of the Criminal Justice system – Judiciary (Courts), Law enforcement(Police) and corrections(Prison) – Special courts – POCSO Act – Substantive Laws – Salient Features – Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure and Indian Evidence Act – Salient features of Special and local Laws

UNIT VIII- JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM:

Salient features of the Juvenile Justice Act – Introduction of Juvenile Justice System – Children in conflict with law – Special Juvenile Police Unit; CWPO; Probation – Juvenile Justice Board – Composition – Juvenile Institutions, Observation Home – Special Home, Place of Safety, after care – Children in need of care and protection – composition of Children Welfare Committee(CWC), Shelter home.

UNIT IX – CRIMINAL JUSTICE INSTITUTION:

  • Structure of Criminal Justice System – Police – Organizational Structure of Police – State, District, City – Functions of Police.
  • Structure of Judiciary Hierarchy of Courts in India – Supreme Court, High Court, District Courts, Lower Courts – Inquiry, Prosecution, Defence Counsel – Bail – Summons – Types of trial – Power of Courts – Different types of correctional Institutions in India – Homes – Borstal Schools, other State holders of Criminal Judicial System – NHRC, SHRC, NCW, SCW, Commission for Children – Commission for SC/ST [Institutions relating to Children].

UNIT X – CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN CRIMINOLOGY:

Economic and Financial Crimes – White collar crime – Nature, Meaning and Forms – Corporate crime – Corruption, Tax evasion, counterfeiting. Credit card fraud, Money laundering Bank frauds, Non-Banking Institutions, Insurance frauds, Prevention and Detection of White Collar Crimes, Organised Crimes – Nature, meaning and forms – Criminal syndicates, Racketeering Organised Crimes – Regional and International linkages – Trans-national Organised Crimes – Drug, Smuggling, Human Trafficking, Problems of identification, Investigation and Prosecution – Prevention & control Strategies – Environmental Crimes – Cyber Crimes and Child Soldiers. Cyber Crime: Definition History & Evolution, Forms of cyber crime – Malicious code, Hacking, Identity theft, Online scam, Cyber Crime against women and children, Intellectual property issues & Cyberspace.

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Subject
EXAMINATION in COMPUTER BASED TEST Method
Duration Maximum Marks Minimum qualifying marks for selection
SCs, SC(A)s, STs, MBCs/ DCs, BC(OBCM)s & BCMs Others
(i)                Paper I

Subject Paper (Degree standard) – 200 Questions

(Any one of the following subject)

Sociology (Code No.369 ) or

Social Work(code no. 371 )

or

Psychology(Code No. 373 )

Or

Child Development(Code no.375)

or

Criminology (Code No.377)

3 Hours 300 153 204
(ii)             Paper II

(Total 200 questions) Part-A

Tamil Eligibility Test * (SSLC Std) (100 questions/ 150 marks)

300 Note:

Minimum qualifying marks –60 marks (40% of 150)

 

Marks secured in Part-A of Paper-II will not be taken into account for ranking

Part-B

(General Studies) (Code No.003)

(100 questions/ 150 marks)

General Studies (Degree Std) -75

questions and Aptitude & Mental Ability Test

(SSLC Std.) -25 questions

150
(iii) Interview and Records 60
Total 510

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  • மற்ற விஷயங்கள் சமமாக இருக்கும்பட்சத்தில், சமூகவியல் அல்லது சமூகப் பணி, உளவியல் அல்லது குழந்தை வளர்ச்சி அல்லது குற்றவியல் ஆகியவற்றில் முதுகலை பட்டம் பெற்றுள்ள விண்ணப்பதாரர்களுக்கு முன்னுரிமை அளிக்கப்படும்.

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Sl. No. விண்ணப்பதாரர்களின் வகை அதிகபட்ச வயது
1 SC, SC(A)s, STs, MBC/DCs, BC(OBCM)s, BCMs மற்றும் அனைத்து வகைகளின் ஆதரவற்ற விதவைகள். அதிகபட்ச வயது வரம்பு இல்லை
2 மற்றவை” [அதாவது. SCக்கள், SC(A)s, STகள், MBCகள்/DCகள், BC(OBCM)கள் மற்றும் BCM களுக்குச் சொந்தமில்லாத வேட்பாளர்கள் 32 ஆண்டுகள் (முடித்திருக்கக் கூடாது)

குறிப்பு:13.09.2021, நிர்ணயித்த அதிகபட்ச வயது வரம்பு நேரடி ஆட்சேர்ப்பு மூலம் 2 ஆண்டுகள் அதிகரிக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது (TNPSC DCPO Recruitment 2022, Age Limi).

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