IRMASAT Syllabus 2019

IRMASAT 2019 Exam Date: 1st Week February 2019 (Tentative)

IRMASAT 2019 Result: 1st Week March 2019 (Tentative)

Candidates can check their result on official website – https://www.irma.ac.in/

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IRMASAT 2019 Syllabus

The IRMA does not release any official syllabus for IRMASAT 2019. But based on the previous year exam pattern and question types the experts have outlined the syllabus for IRMASAT 2019.

As there is no particular syllabus given the candidates are supposed to prepare on the topics given below and build their general awareness to boost their performance in IRMASAT 2019.

The candidate’s general awareness will be tested. The candidates are supposed to answer the questions after reading the passages, and also some question s will also require prior knowledge.

The important topics to be noted are as follows:

  • Women-oriented schemes.
  • Short-term migration
  • Sex ratio
  • Rural development
  • Rural and urban population
  • Indian economy
  • IRDP schemes
  • Health issues
  • Human development
  • Human rights
  • Education
  • Gender and social groups
  • Educational initiatives of the Government
  • Environmental issues
  • Employment and literacy
  • Agriculture
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Abbreviations
  • Statistical announcements on agriculture and rural development
  • GDP measurements

The standalone questions will be based on general awareness and General Knowledge.

The hopefuls need to get ready on the actualities and data identified with government plans and organizations like NABARD, IARI, ICAR, NDDB, NDRI, JNNURM, NITI Aayog, 5-year plan, joblessness levels in India and so forth.

The candidates shall concentrate on the issues related to the environment, health, culture, gender equality, food, agriculture etc.

There will be also some key issues making the impact on the social life are also to be covered on IRMASAT 2019 syllabus:

  • Me too campaign- women empowerment.
  • Swachh Bharat mission.
  • Fake news on social media.
  • Social media- a boon or a bane for society.
  • Law as an instrument of social change
  • Social activism is necessary for survival in a democratic society.
  • India and uniform civil code.
  • Net neutrality.
  • Smart city project.
  • Gender bias.
  • Retirement homes etc.

The reference books for preparing IRMASAT:

  • Yojana magazine.
  • Pratiyogita Darpan- Indian economy.
  • MBA education and career magazine.
  • Manorama or CSR year book- it will be useful in preparing in stock type questions asked in the exam.
  • Kurukshetra magazine.
  • Also, try OMET’s by TIME. It will be very helpful as the candidates will get to understand the questions and concepts of IRMASAT 2019.