Paper 3 has been removed from NET from 2018 (Notification)- now paper 2 and 3 syllabus is included in paper 2
CBSE (UGC) NET June-December 2018 Syllabus for Buddhist Jaina Gandhian and Peace Studies
CBSE (UGC) NET Buddhist Jaina Gandhian and Peace Studies Syllabus 2012
Code No. 60
Subject: Buddhist, Jaina, Gandhian and Peace Studies
- There will be two question papers. Paper II and Paper III.
- Paper II will consist of 50 questions worth 2 mark each.
- Paper III will consist of 75 questions worth 2 mark each.
CBSE (UGC) NET Paper II and Paper III
- Life of Gautama Buddha.
- Buddhist Councils and Theravada (Hinayana) as well as Mahayana Schools.
- Introduction of Buddhism to Tibet, China and Japan.
- Pali Tripitaka Literature.
- Lives and works of Buddhaghosa, Dignanga and Dharmakirti.
- Sila, Samadhi and Prajna.
- Four Arya Satyas.
- Arya Astangika Marga.
- Buddhist Architecture-Bodh Gaya (Mahabodhi) Temple, Ajanta Cave-temple, Sanchi Stupa.
- Buddhist Sculpture-Origin and Development of Buddha-image.
- Status of Women in Buddhism.
- Impact of Buddhism on Society.
- Buddhism and Ecology.
- Life of Lord Rsabhadeva, Parsvanatha and Mahavira.
- Jaina Councils and Schools-Digambara and Svetambara.
- Prakrit Agama Literature.
- Lives and works of Acarya Kundakunda, Umasvati and Haribhadrasuri.
- Main Centres of Jaina Learning-Shravanabelgola, Jesalmera, Ahmedabad and Varanasi.
- Five Vratas-Anuvratas and Mahavratas-Ahimsa, Satya, Asteya, Brahmacarya and Aparigraha.
- Six Substances and Seven Fundamentals.
- Triratna-Samyag Darsana, Jnana and Caritra.
- Anekantavada and Syadvada.
- Five kinds of knowledge-Mati, Sruti, Avadhi, Manahparyaya and Kevalajnana.
- Jaina Architecture-Ellora Cave, Khajuraho Temples and Mount Abu Temples.
- Jaina Iconography-Images from Mathura and Shravanabelgola.
- Status of Women in Jainism.
- Impact of Jainism on Society-Vegetarianism (Shakahar), Four kinds of Charity (Dana).
- Jainism and Ecology.
- Indian and Western sources of Influence on Gandhi.
- Early childhood and life in England.
- Gandhiji's experiment of Satyagraha in South Africa.
- Satyagraha Campaigns and Indian Freedom Movement.
- Foundations of Gandhian Thought-God, Truth and Non-Violence.
- Individual, State, Swaraj, Rights and Duties.
- Philosophy of Sarvodaya.
- Ends and Means.
- Religion and Politics.
- Society and Varnasrama Dharma.
- Ashram Vows.
- Civilization and Education.
- Constructive Programme, Sustainable Development and Swadeshi.
- Concept of Peace.
- Causes and Forms of Violence.
- Conflict-Resolution and Satyagraha.
- Peace Movements in India and Abroad.
- Non-Violent and Ecology.