In math the same kind of transplantation occurs all the time. In his widely cited 1994 essay “ On Proof and Progress in Mathematics ,” the influential mathematician William Thurston explained that there are dozens of different ways to think of the concept of the “derivative.” One is the way you learn it in calculus — the derivative as a measure of infinitesimal change in a function. But the derivative appears in other guises: as the slope of a line tangent to the graph of a function, or as the instantaneous speed given by a function at a specific time. “This is a list of different ways of * thinking about* or * conceiving of* the derivative, rather than a list of different * logical definitions* ,” Thurston wrote.

Paper I – General Paper

The course material will contain objective type questions with answers on various subjects like comprehension, logical reasoning, teaching aptitude, analysis evaluation, deductive and inductive reasoning etc. It will be provided in 6 volumes.

Paper II

The course material will contain important theory parts in brief and a large number of objective type questions with answers.

Paper III (A)

The course material will consist of extensive theory covering important topics. It will also contain descriptive questions and answers.

The course materials for Paper-II and Paper-III(A) together will be provided in 10-15 volumes.

Paper III (B)

The course materials will cover certain selected electives from each subject. These will contain descriptive theory providing deep insight into the concept.