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AIET - Dr. D.Y. Patil All India Entrance Test Overview

All about AIET - Dr. D.Y. Patil All India Entrance Test

The All India Entrance Test–B-Tech (referred to as AIET-B.TECH ) is conducted for selection of candidates for admission to B. Tech (Biotechnology/Bioinformatics/Biomedical Engineering/Food Science and Technology) at the School of Biotechnology & Bioinformatics,CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai. The medium of instruction for the above programs is English. The duration of the B. Tech program is 4 years. All India Entrance Test–B-Tech is conducted by Padmashree Dr. D. Y. Patil University.

Course Offered-

B. Tech in Biotechnology (BBT) with Intake Capacity -120

B. Tech in Bioinformatics (BBI) with Intake Capacity - 60

B. Tech in Biomedical Engineering (BBE) with Intake Capacity - 60

B. Tech in Food Science and Technology (BFST) with Intake Capacity -60

M. Tech Integrated in Biotechnology (MTI) with Intake Capacity -60

Course Stream: Engineering

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EXAM SYLLABUS

PHYSICS

Mechanics and Properties of Matter

Circular motion

Angular displacement, Angular velocity, Angular acceleration, Relation between linear and angular velocity. Uniform circular motion, Radial acceleration, centripetal and centrifugal forces, Banking of roads.

Gravitation

Newton’s law of gravitation, periodic time, binding energy and escape velocity of a satellite, weightlessness condition in a satellite.

Rotational Motion

Centre of mass of a two particle system, its generalization to ‘n’ particals, rigid body and its centre of mass, definition of moment of inertia it’s physical significance, radius of gyration, K. E. of a rotating body, torque, M.I. of principle of perpendicular and parallel axes its application to M. I. of uniform rod and disc with proof. Angular momentum and its conservation.

Oscillations

Explanation of periodic motion, Simple Harmonic Motion (S. H. M.), uniform circular motion and S. H. M., phase of S. H. M., K. E. and P. E. in cases of S. H. M., composition of the two S. H. M., having same period and parallel to each other (Analytical treatment), simple pendulum, angular S. H. M., magnet vibrating in the uniform magnetic induction.

Elasticity

General explanation of elastic property (a few examples) plasticity, deformation, Definition of stress and strain, Hooke’s law. Elastic constants Y, K, N, and O. Determination of Young’s modulus by Searle’s method, observation on a wire under applied increasing load, calculation of work done in stretching a thin uniform wire.

Properties of fluids

Behavior of liquid surfaces, its explanation on the basis of molecular theory, surface energy, surface tension, Angle of contact, capillary action.

Sound

Wave motion

Explanation of formation of wave, simple harmonic progressive waves, longitudinal and transverse types of waves, deflection of sound waves. Change o f phase, superposition of sound waves, explanation of formation of beats, Doppler effect.

 

Stationary waves

Study of vibrations on strings, explanation of formation of stationary waves on strings, study of Vibrations of air columns, forced vibrations, resonance. Experiments like sonometer, resonance tube, Mold’s experiment to study stationary waves.

 

Heat and Thermodynamics

Kinetic theory of gases

Assumptions of kinetic theory, mean free path, derivation for pressure of a gas in the container on the basis of Kinetic theory of gases, Derivation of Boyle’s law, specific heat at constant volume and pressure (Cp and CV). Method of determination of Cp, Mayor’s relation, internal and external latent heat.

Radiation

Absorption, emission, reflection of heat radiations, Corresponding Coefficients and relation between them, Perfectly black body, emissive power, emissivity, Kirchhoff’s law of radiation, it’s theoretical proof, Ritche’s experiment, Prevost’s theory of exchange of heat, Stefan’s law. Newton’s law of cooling and radiation correction.

Thermodynamics

Thermodynamic state, equation of state isothermals, pressure temperature phase diagram, Vander waal’s equation of state.

 

LIGHT

Wave theory of Light

Newton’s corpuscular theory, wave theory of light , wave front and wave normal, Huygen’s principle construction of plane and spherical wave front Reflection and refraction at plane surfaces, Ray optics as a limiting case of wave optics, scattering of light.

 

Interference of light

Interference of light, conditions for producing steady, interference pattern, Young’s experiment Analytical treatment of interference bands, Measurement of wave length by biprism experiment.

 

ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

Electrostatics

Gauss’s Flux theorem, its proof and applications, mechanical force on unit area of charged conductor energy per unit volume. Capacity of a parallel plate condenser with a dielectric, Energy of a changed condenser, Condensers in series and parallel.

Current Electricity

Flow of current in a conductor, sources of e.m.f., simple cell, electric current, Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s laws, Wheatstone’s bridge, Potentiometer.

 

Magnetic effect of current

Moving coil galvanometer, ammeter, voltmeter, sensitivity and accuracy of moving coil galvanometer Theory and construction of Tangent Galvanometer, sensitivity and accuracy of TG.

 

Magnetism

Magnetic induction at any point due to a magnetic dipole; Magnetic potential at any point due to a magnetic dipole; Diamagnetism, Paramagnetism, Ferromagnetism on the basis of domain theory, Curie temperature.

 

Electromagnetic Induction

Electromagnetic Induction, Faraday’s experiment, law of the electromagnetic induction, proof of e= dœ)/dt, Eddy currents, self and mutual inductance, induction coil earth coil, coil rotating in a uniform magnetic induction, alternating currents, reactance and impedance, power in A. C. circuits, Electromagnetic oscillations, Electromagnetic spectrum (Elementary facts, uses and application)

 

MODERN PHYSICS

Electrons and photons

Discovery of an electron, change and mass of electron, photoelectric effect, Einstein’s equation. Photoelectric cell and its application.

Atoms, molecules and nuclei Rutherford’s model of an atom, Bohr model energy quantization, H2 spectrum, composition of nucleus, Radioactivity, mass energy relation.

Thermionic emission of solid state devices

Thermionic emission, diode, its construction and use’ as a half wave and full wave rectifier. Triode, its construction and use as an amplifier (Qualitative idea)

 

Semi- conductor

P-type and N- type semi conductors, P- N junction diodes, P- N junction diode as rectifier, and transistor as amplifier.

 

CHEMISTRY

Atomic Structure and Nature of Chemical Bonds

i. Introduction, electronic theory of valency, limitations:

ii. VB. Theory- postulates, overlapping of atomic orbitals.

a. S- S in H2 molecule

b. P- P in halogen molecule

c. S- P in Hexmolecule

iii The concept of hybrid orbitals and geometry of molecules

a. Tetrahedral (SP3) hybridization in CH4, Nh3, H2O

b. Trigonal hybridization (SP2) in BF3, and C2H4

c. Diagonal hybridization (SP) in Bef, and C2H2

iii. Bond Energy – Average Bond energy, factors affecting bond energy

iv. The uncertainty principle, orbitals and Quantum numbers shapes of orbitals, Electronic

configuration of atoms.

 

Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics

i. Introduction

ii. Concepts in Thermodynamics- System, isolated, closed and open system, Homogeneous and heterogeneous system Thermodynamic equilibrium, nature and type of processes, isothermal and adiabatic processes, reversible and irreversible processes.

iii. Nature of work and heat, units of energy and work in thermodynamics, work of pressure, volume, maximum work in reversible isothermal process, simple numerical problems.

iv. First law of Thermodynamics- Relation between mass and energy, internal energy, change in internal energy and mathematical deduction of the first law of Thermodynamics. q = E+ W, Simple numerical problems Second law of Thermodynamics: Entropy, free energy, spontaneity of a chemical reaction, free energy change and chemical equilibrium, free energy as energy available for useful work.

v. Enthalpy (H) of a system, change in enthalpy mathematical derivation, numerical problem and conversion of H related to endothermic and exothermic reaction.

vi. Thermochemistry Endothermic and exothermic reaction, heat of reaction, heat of neutralization, Head of formation ?H = [H(Product )- H(Reactant)}, effect of temperature on heat of reaction (Kirchoof’s equation), numerical problem.

vii. Internal energy and change in internal energy.

viii. Hess’s Law of const. heat summation – definition and explanation

 

Electrochemistry

i. Introduction

ii. Electrolysis, electrolytic cells

iii. Faraday’s laws of electrolysis, simple numerical problem

iv. Electrochemical cells- Construction, working of simple voltatic cell (Daniel Cell), convention used in S the representation of galvanic cell, use of salt bridge, type of electrodes, hydrogen electrode, calomel electrode and measurement of electrode potentials

v. Concept of electrode potential – electronation and deelectronation ( Nerst Theory) , S. D. P. and e. m. f of a cell e. m. f. series, its applications, simple numerical problems on e. m. f. of cell.

vi. Common types of cells – Dry cell accumulator.

 

Ionic Equilibrium

i. Introduction

ii. Arhenius theory of acids and bases

iii. Lowry and Bronsted concepts of acids and bases

iv. Lewis concept of acids and bases

v. Strong and weak acid and bases, degree of dissociation, dissociation constant, Ostwald dilution

formula. Simple problems

vi. Ionisation of water, lonic product of water (Kw)

vii. H ion concentration, pH and pOH – pH + pOH= 14 numerical problems

viii. Commonion effects, Buffer solution, Mechanism of buffer action, solubility product its application numerical problems on solubility product

ix. Hydrolysis of salts, Hydrolysis constant, Relation between hydrolysis constant and dissociation constant.

 

Adsorption Colloids

i. Introduction

ii. Adsorption as a surface phenomenon, difference in type of adsorption and absorption, factors affecting adsorption, types of adsorption.

iii. Freundlich’s adsorption isotherm, Applications in water purification, catalyst, adsorption indicate and chromatography

iv. Colloids- Introduction, colloidal state of matter disperse phase, dispersion medium, few examples colloidal solutions.

v. Preparation of colloidal solutions:

a. Dispersion method (electrical and mechanical)

b. Condensation methods (Oxidation and reduction) properties of colloidal solutions, general properties, (electrophoresis and electroosomsis) coagulation.

vi. Gels- Definition, example, types, properities and uses

vii. Emulsion- Definition, examples, type, (D/W, W/O)prosperities and uses.

viii. Application of colloids- food, medicine, sewage, precipitation of smoke.

 

Nuclear and Radiochemistry

i. Introduction

ii. Characteristics of nucleons, mass number, atomic number, isotopes and isobars.

iii. Nuclear stability, mass defect, binding energy, average binding energy, simple numerical problem on binding energy.

iv. Radioactivity – Radioactive decay, nature of radiations, radioactive disintegration constant, half

life period, mathematical derivation for the decay constant- and halflife (t1/2, simple numerical problems, Artificia radioactivity and artificial transmutation of elements.

v. Nuclear reactions. Radio isotopes and their uses- carbon dating, production of synthetic elements, medicine, agriculture.

 

Chemical of Third Row Elements

i. Introduction

ii. Position of third row elements in periodic table

iii. Electronic Configuration

iv. Periodic trend- reducing and oxidizing characters, ionization potential, electropositive and electronegative character and hence metallic and non- metallic character.

v. Nature of bonding in crystal lattice

vi. Explanation of prosperities of metallic solids- conductivity, metallic luster, malleability, ductility.

vii. Acidic and basic character of oxides and hydroxyl compounds of third row elements. Hydrogen – Position in periodic table, isotopes, properties, reaction and uses). Oxygen- Position in periodic table, preparation, reaction uses, ozone. Water and hydrogen peroxide structure of water molecule, physical and chemical prosperities of water, hard and soft water. Hydrogen peroxides- Preparation, properties, structure and uses. Nitrogen- Preparation, properties, uses, compounds of nitrogen.

Fluorine and Hydrogen Fluoride

i. Introduction

ii. Position of halogens in – periodic table, electronic configuration, general principles of halogens

iii. Fluorine- Occurrence, preparation, properties, reaction and uses.

iv. Hydrogen- fluoride and hydrofluoric acid- preparation, properties, reaction uses

 

Silicon

i. Introduction

ii. Position of silicon in periodic table, electronic configuration

iii. Silicon- occurrence, preparation, properties and uses

iv. Silicates, structure of simple silicates, nature of Si-O bond, tetrahedral geometry of Si 04 units in silicates. Halogen

 

Derivatives of Alkanes

i. Introduction

ii. Classification, Mono, di, tri and tetrahalogen derivations of alkanes.

iii. Monohalogen derivatives (alkylhalides)

a. Nomenclature- Trivial and I. U. P. A. C. system

b. Preparation

c. Halogenation of alkanes

d. Addition of Hx to alkanes

e. Action of P and PXs to Sod2 on alcohols (Ethyl bromide C2H5Br to be taken as a representative member)

iv. Reactions of alky halides

a. Substitution reactions with Akalies KCN, Ammonia, Sodium alkoxide, R- COOAg

b. Wurtz reaction

c. Formation of Grignards reagent

d. Elimination – Action of alcoholic KOH

v. a. Introduction of Homolytic and heterolytic fission explanation of fission taking compound A- B

1. A- B 0A +B Homolytic

2. A- B0A + B- Heterolytic

b. Types of reagents

1. Electrophillic with suitable examples

2. Nucleuophillic with suitable examples

c. Mobility of electrons in single and double bonds

1. Inductive effect

2. Electromeric effect

 

vi. SN1 and SN2 reaction mechanism:

a. Mechanism of alkaline hydrolysis of methyl bromide (SN2 mechanism)

b. Alkaline hydrolysis oft – Butyl bromide (SN1 mechanism)

 

vii. Optical activity:

Following points are to be emphasized : polarization of light by Nicol prism Asymmetric carbon atom optically active (compounds, definition with example of lactic acid (Dextro, Leavo and Racemic forms) Optically activity of 2- chlorobutane to be discussed on the following points presence of asymmetric Carbon atom Two non- superimposable mirror image structures Amixture and its optical inactivity.

 

viii. Dihalogen Derivatives:

Preparation of C2H4CI2 Two isomers

a. Ethylene dichloride

b. Ethylidence chloride

Preparation of ethylene dichloride by

a. Addition of CI2 to ethane

b. Ethylene glycol and PCI5

Preparation of ethylidence chloride from

a. Acetaldehyde and PCI5

b. Acetylene and HCI

 

ix. Trihalogen Derivatives of CH4 :

Preparation of chloroform and lodoform General physical and chemical properties

a. Reduction

b. Oxidation

c. Hydrolysis

d. Carbylamine reaction

e. Action of HNO3

 

Organic Hydroxy Compounds

i. Introduction

Alcohols- introduction – classification Nomenclature-

1. Trival system

2. I. U.P. A. C system

Preparation method

Hydrolysis of alky halides

Hydration of Alkene by acid Reduction of Aldehydes and ketones by

a. Catalytic method using Nickel

b. Na- Hg/ H2O

Properties and Reactions:

General Physical and Chemical Properties

Reaction with:

a. Na, Hx, PCB, PCI5

b. Dehydration

c. Oxidation of primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols

 

ii. Phenols:

Aromatic hydroxyl compounds- Phenol as a representative compounds

a. Chlorobenzene

b. Benzene Sulphonic acid

c. Cumene

 

iii. Physical properties and chemical reactions

a. Halogenation

b. Nitration,

c. Sulphonation

Distinction between alcohol and phenol, uses of phenol

Aldehydes and Ketones:

i. Introduction

ii. Preparation

Oxidation of alcohols

Hydrolysis of gemdihalides

From Grignard reagent,

iii. From calcium salt of acids

Reactions :

a. Addition to Carbony1 compounds HCN, NaHCO3 NH3, Grignard reagent

b. Condensation reactions- (NH2OH), C5H5NHNH2

c. Aldol condensation , Acetaldehyde with dil alkali, similar reactions with ketones.

d. Cannizzaro’s reaction- Action of conc. NaOH on formaldehyde

e. Reduction of Aldehydes and Ketones, catalytic hydrogenation

f. Reducing properties of Aldehydes Fehling solution, Tollen’s reagent, Schiff’s reagent.

 

Acids and Esters

i. Introduction

ii. Preparation (acids)

a. Oxidation of primary alcohols, aldehyde

b. Hydrolysis of alky1 cyanides

c. Grignard reagent and CO2

 

iii. Reactions:

a. Acidic properties

b. Antyride formation by using P205

c. Ester formation

iv. Amide formation

v. Esters

a. Introduction

b. Preparation: Acid and Alcohol, Alcohol and acid anhydride Alcohol and acid chloride Alkylhalide and Ag- salt of acid

c. Reaction of ethyl acetate Hydrolysis with acid and alkali Action of Grignard reagent Uses of esters

Ethers

i. Introduction

ii. Definition: Classification, simple and mixed ethers

Preparation:

a. Williamson’s synthesis

b. Continuous etherification process

c. Alcohol and Diazomethane

iii. Physical and chemical properities:

a. Action of HI on simple and mixed ethers in cold and hot

b. Hydrolysis by dil. H2SO4 uses of dethyl ether

 

Amines

i. Introduction

ii. Definition : Classification- Nomenclature

iii. Preparation

a. Haloalkanes and Ammonia

b. Reduction of Oxime, nitriles and nitroalkanes.

iv. Properties : Physical and Chemical

a. Basic nature on the basis of Lewis concept

b. Acetylation by acetyl chloride and acetic anhy dride

c. Action of HNO2 on primary, Secondary and tertiary amines yielding quaternary ammonium salts.

 

Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats

i. Introduction

ii. Carbohydrates: Classification, mono di and polysaccharide preparation of glucose from surcrose and starch

iii. Proteins: Classification, simple conjugated and drived proteins . Hydrolysis of proteind to produce amino acids peptide linkage colour tests:

1) Biuret test

2) Millon’s test

iv. Fats and Oils:

Glycerol- as atrihydroxy alcohol, fatty acid Esters of glycerol with fatty acids Saponification, Hydrogenation.

 

Synthetic Fibres

i. Introduction

ii. Definition of fibers: Classification as – natural and artificial fibres

iii.Preparation: properties and used of Nylon 6, Nylon 66. Terylene, Teflon, PVC, Polystyrene.

 

BIOLOGY (BOTANY)

Section (A): General Biology And Botany

General Biology

Continuity of life

i. Mendel’s laws of inheritance, with reference to Mendel’s experiments with peas, ideas of factors, Monohybrid and Dihybrid ratio.

ii. Genes – Packaging of hereditary material, prokaryotes, bacterial chromosomes, plasmid and eukarytic chromosomes Genetic material, DNA replication; Genetic Code and Central dogma of protein synthesis.

iii. Cell division-cell cycle, mitosis and meiosis significance.

 

Applications of Biology

i. Domestication pf plants: improvement of crop plants – Principals of plant breeding and technique of hybridization

Application of Tissue: Culture.

Use of fertilizers and pesticides – Their advantages and disadvantages; Biological method of Pest control.

ii. Bio- energy:- Bio-gas, plants as sources of hydro carbons for producing Petroleum to

iii. Bio-technology:- Fermentation and manufacture of Alcohols, Antibiotics and Vitamins.

 

Multicelluarity, Plants Life

i. Concept of species – Various taxons and catergories, Hirearchial levers of classification, Binomial nomenclature, principles of classification.

ii. Conquest of land- Life history of Gern (Nephrolepis). Cycas and angiosperms (Hisbiscus, jowar, Bajra)- Anatmoy, development of seed habit, flower and fruit . (Development of Reporductive structure not excepted)

iii. Physiology

Transpiration : Transpiration and exchange of gases, stomatal mechanism.

Photosynethesis: Ultra – structure and function of chloroplast, photochemical pathways, significance.

Respiration: Ultra- structure and function of mitochondrion, glycolysis, krebs cycle, electron transport system, fermentation, significance.

Growth: Plant hormones and growth regulation, action of plants hormones in relation to seed dormancy and germination, apical dominance.

Reproduction : Asexual and sexual Brief accopunt of mode sexual reproduction in multicelluar lower plants- antheridium and archegonium. Sexual reproduction in angiosperms Pollination, structure of male and female gametophytwes, fertilization, formation of endosperm, seed and fruit.

 

BIOLOGY (ZOOLOGY)

Section (B) – General Biology And Zoology Evolution of life

Evolution: Definition, Darwin’s theory of natural selection ( Common origin, recombination as a source of variability, Role of selection on variation, adaptation, reproductive isolation and speciation).

ii) Human evolution: Paleontological evidence , Brief idea of the Dryopithecus, Australopithecus, Homo- erectus, Homo- meanunderthalensis, Cro- magnon, Homo- sapiens,

Continuity of life

i. Sex determination and sex linkage in man.

ii. Domestication of animals-introduction of poultry, fisheries.

Sericulture and apiculture. Principles of animal breeding major animal diseases and their control

iii. Human diseases and their control + Hepatitis, AIDs, Leprosy, Cancer.

iv. Community Health Services – Blood bank smoking. Alcoholism, drug addiction –Physiological symptoms and their measures.

v. Pollution – Air, Water-effect and control.

vi. Human population – Growth, problems and control.

 

Multicellularity

Structure and functions of animal life with reference to mammals:

i. Circulation – Closed vascular system, Heart – Structure and pumping action, Arterial blood pressures.

ii. Excretion and Osmo–regulation: Aminotelism, uriotelism, uricorelism, Excreton of water and urea, with special reference to main, role of kidney, in regulation of plasma, osmoregularity on the basis of structure of nephron: role of skin and lungs, in excretion.

iii. Hormonal Co-ordination: Morphological and histological structure of pituitary and thyroid glands, Important hormones of pituitary and thyroid and their role as messengers and regulators.

iv. Nervous Co-ordination: Central, Peripheral, autonomous nervous system, receptors and effectors, reflection.

v. Locomotion-Joints, muscle movements.

vi. Skeleton – Brief account of human skeleton.

vii. Reproduction: Human reproduction, female reproductive cycle, embryonic development up to three germinal layers.

viii. Classification of chordata: Pisces, Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves, Mammals, highlighting major characters with two examples of each class.

 

MATHEMATICS

1. Mathematical Logic

Statements - Introduction, sentences and statement, truth value of statement, open sentences, compound statement, quantifier and quantified statements, logical connectives : conjunction, disjunction, negation, implication/ conditional, biconditional, truth tables of compound statements, examples related to real life and mathematics, statement patterns and logical equivalence - tautology, contradiction, contingency, duality, negation of compound statement, contrapositive, converse, inverse, algebra of statements-idempotent law, associative law, commutative law, distributive law, identity law, complement law, involution law, DeMorgan’s laws, difference between converse, contrapositive, contradiction, application-introduction to switching circuits (simple examples).

 

2. Matrices

Elementary transformation of a matrixrevision of cofactor and minor, elementary row transformation, elementary column transformation, inverse of a matrixexistance and uniqueness of inverse of a matrix, inverse by elementary transformation, adjoint method, application-solution of system of linear equations by – reduction method, inversion method.

 

3. Trigonometric functions

Trigonometric equations-general solution of trigonometric equation of the type: sinθ = 0, cosθ = 0, tanθ = 0, sinθ = sinα, cosθ = cosα, tanθ = tanα, sin 2 θ = sin 2 α, cos 2 θ = cos 2 α, tan 2 θ = tan 2 α, acosθ + bsinθ = C solution of a triangle : polar coordinates, sine rule, cosine rule, projection rule, area of a triangle, application, Hero’s formula, Napier Analogues, inverse trigonometric functions- definitions, domain, range, principle values, graphs of inverse trigonometric function, properties of inverse functions.

 

4. Pair of straight lines

Pair of lines passing through origincombined equation, homogenous equation, theorem-the joint equation of a pair of lines passing through origin and its converse, acute angle between the lines represented by ax 2 +2hxy+by 2 =0, condition for parallel lines, condition for perpendicular lines, pair of lines not passing through origin-combined equation of any two lines, condition that the equation ax 2 +2hxy+by 2 +2gx+2fy+c=0 should represent a pair of lines (without proof), acute angle between the lines (without proof), condition of parallel and perpendicular lines, point of intersection of two lines.

 

5. Circle

Tangent of a circle-equation of a tangent at a point to 1) standard circle,2) general circle, condition of tangency only for line y = mx + c to the circle x 2 + y 2 = a 2 , tangents to a circle from a point outside the circle, director circle, length of tangent segments, normal to a circle-equation of normal at a point.

 

6. Conics

Tangents and normals-equations of tangent and normal at a point for parabola, ellipse, hyperbola; condition of tangency for parabola; ellipse, hyperbola; tangents in terms of slope for parabola, ellipse, hyperbola, tangents from a point outside conics, locus of points from which two tangents are mutually perpendicular, properties of tangents and normals to conics (without proof).

 

7. Vectors

Revision, Collinearity and coplanarity of vectors : linear combination of vectors, condition of collinearity of two vectors, conditions of coplanarity of three vectors, section formula : section formula for internal and external division, midpoint formula, centroid formula, scaler triple product : definition, formula, properties, geometrical interpretation of scalar triple product, application of vectors to geometrymedians of a triangle are concurrent, altitudes of a triangle are concurrent, angle bisectors of a triangle are concurrent, diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other and converse, median of trapezium is parallel to the parallel sides and its length is half the sum of parallel sides, angle subtended on a semicircle is right angle.

 

8. Three dimensional geometry

Direction cosines and direction ratios: direction angles, direction cosines, direction ratios, relation between direction ratio and direction cosines, angle between two lines, condition of perpendicular lines.

 

9. Line

Equation of line passing through given point and parallel to given vector, equation of line passing through two given points, distance of a point from a line, distance between two skew lines, distance between two parallel lines (vector approach).

 

10. Plane

Equation of plane in normal form, equation of plane passing through the given point and perpendicular to given vector, equation of plane passing through the given point and parallel to two given vectors, equation of plane passing through three noncollinear points, equation of plane passing through the intersection of two given planes, angle between two planes, angle between line and plane, condition for the coplanarity of two lines, distance of a point from a plane (vector approach)

 

11. Linear programming problems

Introduction of L.P.P. definition of constraints, objective function, optimization, constraint equations, nonnegativity restrictions, feasible and infeasible region, feasible solutions, Mathematical formulation-mathematical formulation of L.P.P. different types of L.P.P. problems, graphical solutions for problem in two variables, optimum feasible solution.

12. Continuity

Continuity of a function at a point : left hand limit, right hand limit, definition of continuity of a function at a point, discontinuity of a function, types of discontinuity, algebra of continuous functions, continuity in interval-definition, continuity of some standard functionspolynomial, rational, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic function.

 

13. Differentiation

Revision- revision of derivative, relationship between continuity and differentiability-left hand derivative and right hand derivative (need and concept), every differentiable function is continuous but converse is not true, Derivative of composite function-chain rule, derivative of inverse function, derivative of inverse trigonometric function : Derivative of implicit function definition and examples, derivative of parametric function – definition of parametric function ,exponential and logarithmic functionderivative of functions which are expressed in one of the following form a) product of functions, b) quotient of functions, c) higher order derivative, second order derivative d) [f (x) ] [g(x)]

14. Applications of derivative

Geometrical application-tangent and normal at a point, Rolle's theorem, and Mean value theorem and their geometrical interpretation (without proof), derivative as a rate measure-introduction, increasing and decreasing function, approximation (without proof), Maxima and minimaintroduction of extrema and extreme values, maxima and minima in a closed interval, first derivative test, second derivative test.

 

15. Integration

Indefinite integrals-methods of integration, substitution method, integrals of the various types, integration by parts (reduction formulae are not expected), integration by partial fraction-factors involving repeated and non-repeated linear factors, non-repeated quadratic factors, definite integral-definite integral as a limit of sum, fundamental theorem of integral calculus (without proof), evaluation of definite integral 1) by substitution 2) integration by parts, properties of definite integrals.

 

16. Applications of definite integral

Area under the curve: area bounded by curve and axis (simple problems), area bounded by two curves, volume of solid of revolution-volume of solid obtained by revolving the area under the curve about the axis (simple problems).

 

17. Differential equation

Definition-differential equation, order, degree, general solution, particular solution of differential equation, formation of differential equation-formation of differential equation by eliminating arbitary constants (at most two constants), solution of first order and first degree differential equation-variable separable method, homogeneous differential equation (equation reducible to homogeneous form are not expected), Linear differential equation, applications : population growth, bacterial colony growth, surface area, Newton’s laws of cooling, radioactive decay.

18. Statistics

Bivariate frequency distribution - bivariate data, tabulation of bivariate data, scatter diagram, covariance of ungrouped data, covariance for bivariate frequency distribution, Karl Pearson’s coefficient of correlation.

 

19. Probability distribution

Probability distribution of a random variable-definition of a random variable, discrete and continuous random variable, probability mass function (p.m.f.), probability distribution of a discrete random variable, cumulative probability distribution of a discrete random variable, expected value, variance and standard deviation of a discrete random variable, probability density function (p.d.f.), distribution function of a continuous random variable.

 

20. Bernoulli trials and Binomial distribution

Definition of Bernoulli trial, conditions for Binomial distribution, binomial distribution (p.m.f.), mean, variance and standard deviation, calculation of probabilities (without proof), Normal distribution : p.d.f., mean, variance and standard deviation, standard normal variable, simple problems (without proof).

Fundamental Of Computer

i. Introduction to computers

ii. Hardware

iii. Software

iv. Types of Computers

v. Concept of files and directories

vi. OS and interfaces

vii. Commonly used commands

viii. Concept of login and logout

ix. File ownership

x. Networking Fundamentals

xi. Client – server

xii. LAN, WAN

xiii. Ftp, telnet, rlogin

xiv. Internet, WWWhtml

xv. Programming in a high-level language

xvi. Algorithms, pseudo codes

 

 

Preparation Strategy

Make a proper Time Table

It is very important that you make a time table and stick to it and you will have an exact idea of what you are required to study and the time required for it.

Concept clarity rather than rote learning

It is essential that you have a clear idea of the formulas and concepts rather than rote learning of things for the papers. While you might require it for memorizing formulas it is important that for other stuff you make sure you clear your basics and concepts before moving on.

Prepare Notes

It is very important make small notes or a comprehensive list of formulas on each covered topic and chapter which will come in handy at the time of revision. This will require you to be regular with your work but will surely make things easy at the time of revision.

Revision of Class XI and XII basic concepts

Make sure that you revise the basic concepts from the syllabus of these classes before starting anything new as most of the engineering exams will be for admission to undergraduate courses and so the syllabi from class XI and XII becomes the testing ground to check students.

Seek guidance

It is not possible for you to know everything in your syllabus, at least not at the time of preparation. Sooner or later you will run into a concept or so which will give you trouble and then it is best you seek guidance from an instructor or a teacher. It is necessary that you clear your doubts at regular intervals and don’t prolong things for long. Getting into a good coaching class is nothing to be ashamed off and if anything a regular coaching class will enable you to avoid roadblocks in your preparation.

Sample Papers

Even though there may be a complete change in the exam pattern or the expected questions altogether, it is important that you practice on the sample and previous years question papers available for the engineering exam you’d be attempting. You will know the existing pattern and have a fair idea of the type of questions to expect in the paper along with the time constraint.

Mock tests

The paper pattern, duration of the paper and the number of questions to be attempted in the given amount of time is not something you will be able to pick up on the day of the examination. A Mock Test tests a student’s abilities as it not only provides a similar feel of real exams but also helps in building speed and confident to face the exam. Furthermore, they can improve their performance to get an extra edge in actual exams. Try to build up an Engineering Entrance Exam Test Prep MCQ Question Bank

Time management

Time management can be learnt through thorough practice and regular test taking. So it is important that you practice it and practice it well.

Negative marking

Most the entrance examinations will have negative marking and everyone would suggest you stay clear of questions are not sure about. But some experts are of the opinion that you answer the questions in which you are confused between an option or two because there will also be a chance of getting it right.

Syllabus Summary
No. Of Subjects No. Of Units No. Of Chapters
6 69 7410

How To Prepare

EXAM SYLLABUS

PHYSICS

Mechanics and Properties of Matter

Circular motion

Angular displacement, Angular velocity, Angular acceleration, Relation between linear and angular velocity. Uniform circular motion, Radial acceleration, centripetal and centrifugal forces, Banking of roads.

Gravitation

Newton’s law of gravitation, periodic time, binding energy and escape velocity of a satellite, weightlessness condition in a satellite.

Rotational Motion

Centre of mass of a two particle system, its generalization to ‘n’ particals, rigid body and its centre of mass, definition of moment of inertia it’s physical significance, radius of gyration, K. E. of a rotating body, torque, M.I. of principle of perpendicular and parallel axes its application to M. I. of uniform rod and disc with proof. Angular momentum and its conservation.

Oscillations

Explanation of periodic motion, Simple Harmonic Motion (S. H. M.), uniform circular motion and S. H. M., phase of S. H. M., K. E. and P. E. in cases of S. H. M., composition of the two S. H. M., having same period and parallel to each other (Analytical treatment), simple pendulum, angular S. H. M., magnet vibrating in the uniform magnetic induction.

Elasticity

General explanation of elastic property (a few examples) plasticity, deformation, Definition of stress and strain, Hooke’s law. Elastic constants Y, K, N, and O. Determination of Young’s modulus by Searle’s method, observation on a wire under applied increasing load, calculation of work done in stretching a thin uniform wire.

Properties of fluids

Behavior of liquid surfaces, its explanation on the basis of molecular theory, surface energy, surface tension, Angle of contact, capillary action.

Sound

Wave motion

Explanation of formation of wave, simple harmonic progressive waves, longitudinal and transverse types of waves, deflection of sound waves. Change o f phase, superposition of sound waves, explanation of formation of beats, Doppler effect.

 

Stationary waves

Study of vibrations on strings, explanation of formation of stationary waves on strings, study of Vibrations of air columns, forced vibrations, resonance. Experiments like sonometer, resonance tube, Mold’s experiment to study stationary waves.

 

Heat and Thermodynamics

Kinetic theory of gases

Assumptions of kinetic theory, mean free path, derivation for pressure of a gas in the container on the basis of Kinetic theory of gases, Derivation of Boyle’s law, specific heat at constant volume and pressure (Cp and CV). Method of determination of Cp, Mayor’s relation, internal and external latent heat.

Radiation

Absorption, emission, reflection of heat radiations, Corresponding Coefficients and relation between them, Perfectly black body, emissive power, emissivity, Kirchhoff’s law of radiation, it’s theoretical proof, Ritche’s experiment, Prevost’s theory of exchange of heat, Stefan’s law. Newton’s law of cooling and radiation correction.

Thermodynamics

Thermodynamic state, equation of state isothermals, pressure temperature phase diagram, Vander waal’s equation of state.

 

LIGHT

Wave theory of Light

Newton’s corpuscular theory, wave theory of light , wave front and wave normal, Huygen’s principle construction of plane and spherical wave front Reflection and refraction at plane surfaces, Ray optics as a limiting case of wave optics, scattering of light.

 

Interference of light

Interference of light, conditions for producing steady, interference pattern, Young’s experiment Analytical treatment of interference bands, Measurement of wave length by biprism experiment.

 

ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

Electrostatics

Gauss’s Flux theorem, its proof and applications, mechanical force on unit area of charged conductor energy per unit volume. Capacity of a parallel plate condenser with a dielectric, Energy of a changed condenser, Condensers in series and parallel.

Current Electricity

Flow of current in a conductor, sources of e.m.f., simple cell, electric current, Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s laws, Wheatstone’s bridge, Potentiometer.

 

Magnetic effect of current

Moving coil galvanometer, ammeter, voltmeter, sensitivity and accuracy of moving coil galvanometer Theory and construction of Tangent Galvanometer, sensitivity and accuracy of TG.

 

Magnetism

Magnetic induction at any point due to a magnetic dipole; Magnetic potential at any point due to a magnetic dipole; Diamagnetism, Paramagnetism, Ferromagnetism on the basis of domain theory, Curie temperature.

 

Electromagnetic Induction

Electromagnetic Induction, Faraday’s experiment, law of the electromagnetic induction, proof of e= dœ)/dt, Eddy currents, self and mutual inductance, induction coil earth coil, coil rotating in a uniform magnetic induction, alternating currents, reactance and impedance, power in A. C. circuits, Electromagnetic oscillations, Electromagnetic spectrum (Elementary facts, uses and application)

 

MODERN PHYSICS

Electrons and photons

Discovery of an electron, change and mass of electron, photoelectric effect, Einstein’s equation. Photoelectric cell and its application.

Atoms, molecules and nuclei Rutherford’s model of an atom, Bohr model energy quantization, H2 spectrum, composition of nucleus, Radioactivity, mass energy relation.

Thermionic emission of solid state devices

Thermionic emission, diode, its construction and use’ as a half wave and full wave rectifier. Triode, its construction and use as an amplifier (Qualitative idea)

 

Semi- conductor

P-type and N- type semi conductors, P- N junction diodes, P- N junction diode as rectifier, and transistor as amplifier.

 

CHEMISTRY

Atomic Structure and Nature of Chemical Bonds

i. Introduction, electronic theory of valency, limitations:

ii. VB. Theory- postulates, overlapping of atomic orbitals.

a. S- S in H2 molecule

b. P- P in halogen molecule

c. S- P in Hexmolecule

iii The concept of hybrid orbitals and geometry of molecules

a. Tetrahedral (SP3) hybridization in CH4, Nh3, H2O

b. Trigonal hybridization (SP2) in BF3, and C2H4

c. Diagonal hybridization (SP) in Bef, and C2H2

iii. Bond Energy – Average Bond energy, factors affecting bond energy

iv. The uncertainty principle, orbitals and Quantum numbers shapes of orbitals, Electronic

configuration of atoms.

 

Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics

i. Introduction

ii. Concepts in Thermodynamics- System, isolated, closed and open system, Homogeneous and heterogeneous system Thermodynamic equilibrium, nature and type of processes, isothermal and adiabatic processes, reversible and irreversible processes.

iii. Nature of work and heat, units of energy and work in thermodynamics, work of pressure, volume, maximum work in reversible isothermal process, simple numerical problems.

iv. First law of Thermodynamics- Relation between mass and energy, internal energy, change in internal energy and mathematical deduction of the first law of Thermodynamics. q = E+ W, Simple numerical problems Second law of Thermodynamics: Entropy, free energy, spontaneity of a chemical reaction, free energy change and chemical equilibrium, free energy as energy available for useful work.

v. Enthalpy (H) of a system, change in enthalpy mathematical derivation, numerical problem and conversion of H related to endothermic and exothermic reaction.

vi. Thermochemistry Endothermic and exothermic reaction, heat of reaction, heat of neutralization, Head of formation ?H = [H(Product )- H(Reactant)}, effect of temperature on heat of reaction (Kirchoof’s equation), numerical problem.

vii. Internal energy and change in internal energy.

viii. Hess’s Law of const. heat summation – definition and explanation

 

Electrochemistry

i. Introduction

ii. Electrolysis, electrolytic cells

iii. Faraday’s laws of electrolysis, simple numerical problem

iv. Electrochemical cells- Construction, working of simple voltatic cell (Daniel Cell), convention used in S the representation of galvanic cell, use of salt bridge, type of electrodes, hydrogen electrode, calomel electrode and measurement of electrode potentials

v. Concept of electrode potential – electronation and deelectronation ( Nerst Theory) , S. D. P. and e. m. f of a cell e. m. f. series, its applications, simple numerical problems on e. m. f. of cell.

vi. Common types of cells – Dry cell accumulator.

 

Ionic Equilibrium

i. Introduction

ii. Arhenius theory of acids and bases

iii. Lowry and Bronsted concepts of acids and bases

iv. Lewis concept of acids and bases

v. Strong and weak acid and bases, degree of dissociation, dissociation constant, Ostwald dilution

formula. Simple problems

vi. Ionisation of water, lonic product of water (Kw)

vii. H ion concentration, pH and pOH – pH + pOH= 14 numerical problems

viii. Commonion effects, Buffer solution, Mechanism of buffer action, solubility product its application numerical problems on solubility product

ix. Hydrolysis of salts, Hydrolysis constant, Relation between hydrolysis constant and dissociation constant.

 

Adsorption Colloids

i. Introduction

ii. Adsorption as a surface phenomenon, difference in type of adsorption and absorption, factors affecting adsorption, types of adsorption.

iii. Freundlich’s adsorption isotherm, Applications in water purification, catalyst, adsorption indicate and chromatography

iv. Colloids- Introduction, colloidal state of matter disperse phase, dispersion medium, few examples colloidal solutions.

v. Preparation of colloidal solutions:

a. Dispersion method (electrical and mechanical)

b. Condensation methods (Oxidation and reduction) properties of colloidal solutions, general properties, (electrophoresis and electroosomsis) coagulation.

vi. Gels- Definition, example, types, properities and uses

vii. Emulsion- Definition, examples, type, (D/W, W/O)prosperities and uses.

viii. Application of colloids- food, medicine, sewage, precipitation of smoke.

 

Nuclear and Radiochemistry

i. Introduction

ii. Characteristics of nucleons, mass number, atomic number, isotopes and isobars.

iii. Nuclear stability, mass defect, binding energy, average binding energy, simple numerical problem on binding energy.

iv. Radioactivity – Radioactive decay, nature of radiations, radioactive disintegration constant, half

life period, mathematical derivation for the decay constant- and halflife (t1/2, simple numerical problems, Artificia radioactivity and artificial transmutation of elements.

v. Nuclear reactions. Radio isotopes and their uses- carbon dating, production of synthetic elements, medicine, agriculture.

 

Chemical of Third Row Elements

i. Introduction

ii. Position of third row elements in periodic table

iii. Electronic Configuration

iv. Periodic trend- reducing and oxidizing characters, ionization potential, electropositive and electronegative character and hence metallic and non- metallic character.

v. Nature of bonding in crystal lattice

vi. Explanation of prosperities of metallic solids- conductivity, metallic luster, malleability, ductility.

vii. Acidic and basic character of oxides and hydroxyl compounds of third row elements. Hydrogen – Position in periodic table, isotopes, properties, reaction and uses). Oxygen- Position in periodic table, preparation, reaction uses, ozone. Water and hydrogen peroxide structure of water molecule, physical and chemical prosperities of water, hard and soft water. Hydrogen peroxides- Preparation, properties, structure and uses. Nitrogen- Preparation, properties, uses, compounds of nitrogen.

Fluorine and Hydrogen Fluoride

i. Introduction

ii. Position of halogens in – periodic table, electronic configuration, general principles of halogens

iii. Fluorine- Occurrence, preparation, properties, reaction and uses.

iv. Hydrogen- fluoride and hydrofluoric acid- preparation, properties, reaction uses

 

Silicon

i. Introduction

ii. Position of silicon in periodic table, electronic configuration

iii. Silicon- occurrence, preparation, properties and uses

iv. Silicates, structure of simple silicates, nature of Si-O bond, tetrahedral geometry of Si 04 units in silicates. Halogen

 

Derivatives of Alkanes

i. Introduction

ii. Classification, Mono, di, tri and tetrahalogen derivations of alkanes.

iii. Monohalogen derivatives (alkylhalides)

a. Nomenclature- Trivial and I. U. P. A. C. system

b. Preparation

c. Halogenation of alkanes

d. Addition of Hx to alkanes

e. Action of P and PXs to Sod2 on alcohols (Ethyl bromide C2H5Br to be taken as a representative member)

iv. Reactions of alky halides

a. Substitution reactions with Akalies KCN, Ammonia, Sodium alkoxide, R- COOAg

b. Wurtz reaction

c. Formation of Grignards reagent

d. Elimination – Action of alcoholic KOH

v. a. Introduction of Homolytic and heterolytic fission explanation of fission taking compound A- B

1. A- B 0A +B Homolytic

2. A- B0A + B- Heterolytic

b. Types of reagents

1. Electrophillic with suitable examples

2. Nucleuophillic with suitable examples

c. Mobility of electrons in single and double bonds

1. Inductive effect

2. Electromeric effect

 

vi. SN1 and SN2 reaction mechanism:

a. Mechanism of alkaline hydrolysis of methyl bromide (SN2 mechanism)

b. Alkaline hydrolysis oft – Butyl bromide (SN1 mechanism)

 

vii. Optical activity:

Following points are to be emphasized : polarization of light by Nicol prism Asymmetric carbon atom optically active (compounds, definition with example of lactic acid (Dextro, Leavo and Racemic forms) Optically activity of 2- chlorobutane to be discussed on the following points presence of asymmetric Carbon atom Two non- superimposable mirror image structures Amixture and its optical inactivity.

 

viii. Dihalogen Derivatives:

Preparation of C2H4CI2 Two isomers

a. Ethylene dichloride

b. Ethylidence chloride

Preparation of ethylene dichloride by

a. Addition of CI2 to ethane

b. Ethylene glycol and PCI5

Preparation of ethylidence chloride from

a. Acetaldehyde and PCI5

b. Acetylene and HCI

 

ix. Trihalogen Derivatives of CH4 :

Preparation of chloroform and lodoform General physical and chemical properties

a. Reduction

b. Oxidation

c. Hydrolysis

d. Carbylamine reaction

e. Action of HNO3

 

Organic Hydroxy Compounds

i. Introduction

Alcohols- introduction – classification Nomenclature-

1. Trival system

2. I. U.P. A. C system

Preparation method

Hydrolysis of alky halides

Hydration of Alkene by acid Reduction of Aldehydes and ketones by

a. Catalytic method using Nickel

b. Na- Hg/ H2O

Properties and Reactions:

General Physical and Chemical Properties

Reaction with:

a. Na, Hx, PCB, PCI5

b. Dehydration

c. Oxidation of primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols

 

ii. Phenols:

Aromatic hydroxyl compounds- Phenol as a representative compounds

a. Chlorobenzene

b. Benzene Sulphonic acid

c. Cumene

 

iii. Physical properties and chemical reactions

a. Halogenation

b. Nitration,

c. Sulphonation

Distinction between alcohol and phenol, uses of phenol

Aldehydes and Ketones:

i. Introduction

ii. Preparation

Oxidation of alcohols

Hydrolysis of gemdihalides

From Grignard reagent,

iii. From calcium salt of acids

Reactions :

a. Addition to Carbony1 compounds HCN, NaHCO3 NH3, Grignard reagent

b. Condensation reactions- (NH2OH), C5H5NHNH2

c. Aldol condensation , Acetaldehyde with dil alkali, similar reactions with ketones.

d. Cannizzaro’s reaction- Action of conc. NaOH on formaldehyde

e. Reduction of Aldehydes and Ketones, catalytic hydrogenation

f. Reducing properties of Aldehydes Fehling solution, Tollen’s reagent, Schiff’s reagent.

 

Acids and Esters

i. Introduction

ii. Preparation (acids)

a. Oxidation of primary alcohols, aldehyde

b. Hydrolysis of alky1 cyanides

c. Grignard reagent and CO2

 

iii. Reactions:

a. Acidic properties

b. Antyride formation by using P205

c. Ester formation

iv. Amide formation

v. Esters

a. Introduction

b. Preparation: Acid and Alcohol, Alcohol and acid anhydride Alcohol and acid chloride Alkylhalide and Ag- salt of acid

c. Reaction of ethyl acetate Hydrolysis with acid and alkali Action of Grignard reagent Uses of esters

Ethers

i. Introduction

ii. Definition: Classification, simple and mixed ethers

Preparation:

a. Williamson’s synthesis

b. Continuous etherification process

c. Alcohol and Diazomethane

iii. Physical and chemical properities:

a. Action of HI on simple and mixed ethers in cold and hot

b. Hydrolysis by dil. H2SO4 uses of dethyl ether

 

Amines

i. Introduction

ii. Definition : Classification- Nomenclature

iii. Preparation

a. Haloalkanes and Ammonia

b. Reduction of Oxime, nitriles and nitroalkanes.

iv. Properties : Physical and Chemical

a. Basic nature on the basis of Lewis concept

b. Acetylation by acetyl chloride and acetic anhy dride

c. Action of HNO2 on primary, Secondary and tertiary amines yielding quaternary ammonium salts.

 

Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats

i. Introduction

ii. Carbohydrates: Classification, mono di and polysaccharide preparation of glucose from surcrose and starch

iii. Proteins: Classification, simple conjugated and drived proteins . Hydrolysis of proteind to produce amino acids peptide linkage colour tests:

1) Biuret test

2) Millon’s test

iv. Fats and Oils:

Glycerol- as atrihydroxy alcohol, fatty acid Esters of glycerol with fatty acids Saponification, Hydrogenation.

 

Synthetic Fibres

i. Introduction

ii. Definition of fibers: Classification as – natural and artificial fibres

iii.Preparation: properties and used of Nylon 6, Nylon 66. Terylene, Teflon, PVC, Polystyrene.

 

BIOLOGY (BOTANY)

Section (A): General Biology And Botany

General Biology

Continuity of life

i. Mendel’s laws of inheritance, with reference to Mendel’s experiments with peas, ideas of factors, Monohybrid and Dihybrid ratio.

ii. Genes – Packaging of hereditary material, prokaryotes, bacterial chromosomes, plasmid and eukarytic chromosomes Genetic material, DNA replication; Genetic Code and Central dogma of protein synthesis.

iii. Cell division-cell cycle, mitosis and meiosis significance.

 

Applications of Biology

i. Domestication pf plants: improvement of crop plants – Principals of plant breeding and technique of hybridization

Application of Tissue: Culture.

Use of fertilizers and pesticides – Their advantages and disadvantages; Biological method of Pest control.

ii. Bio- energy:- Bio-gas, plants as sources of hydro carbons for producing Petroleum to

iii. Bio-technology:- Fermentation and manufacture of Alcohols, Antibiotics and Vitamins.

 

Multicelluarity, Plants Life

i. Concept of species – Various taxons and catergories, Hirearchial levers of classification, Binomial nomenclature, principles of classification.

ii. Conquest of land- Life history of Gern (Nephrolepis). Cycas and angiosperms (Hisbiscus, jowar, Bajra)- Anatmoy, development of seed habit, flower and fruit . (Development of Reporductive structure not excepted)

iii. Physiology

Transpiration : Transpiration and exchange of gases, stomatal mechanism.

Photosynethesis: Ultra – structure and function of chloroplast, photochemical pathways, significance.

Respiration: Ultra- structure and function of mitochondrion, glycolysis, krebs cycle, electron transport system, fermentation, significance.

Growth: Plant hormones and growth regulation, action of plants hormones in relation to seed dormancy and germination, apical dominance.

Reproduction : Asexual and sexual Brief accopunt of mode sexual reproduction in multicelluar lower plants- antheridium and archegonium. Sexual reproduction in angiosperms Pollination, structure of male and female gametophytwes, fertilization, formation of endosperm, seed and fruit.

 

BIOLOGY (ZOOLOGY)

Section (B) – General Biology And Zoology Evolution of life

Evolution: Definition, Darwin’s theory of natural selection ( Common origin, recombination as a source of variability, Role of selection on variation, adaptation, reproductive isolation and speciation).

ii) Human evolution: Paleontological evidence , Brief idea of the Dryopithecus, Australopithecus, Homo- erectus, Homo- meanunderthalensis, Cro- magnon, Homo- sapiens,

Continuity of life

i. Sex determination and sex linkage in man.

ii. Domestication of animals-introduction of poultry, fisheries.

Sericulture and apiculture. Principles of animal breeding major animal diseases and their control

iii. Human diseases and their control + Hepatitis, AIDs, Leprosy, Cancer.

iv. Community Health Services – Blood bank smoking. Alcoholism, drug addiction –Physiological symptoms and their measures.

v. Pollution – Air, Water-effect and control.

vi. Human population – Growth, problems and control.

 

Multicellularity

Structure and functions of animal life with reference to mammals:

i. Circulation – Closed vascular system, Heart – Structure and pumping action, Arterial blood pressures.

ii. Excretion and Osmo–regulation: Aminotelism, uriotelism, uricorelism, Excreton of water and urea, with special reference to main, role of kidney, in regulation of plasma, osmoregularity on the basis of structure of nephron: role of skin and lungs, in excretion.

iii. Hormonal Co-ordination: Morphological and histological structure of pituitary and thyroid glands, Important hormones of pituitary and thyroid and their role as messengers and regulators.

iv. Nervous Co-ordination: Central, Peripheral, autonomous nervous system, receptors and effectors, reflection.

v. Locomotion-Joints, muscle movements.

vi. Skeleton – Brief account of human skeleton.

vii. Reproduction: Human reproduction, female reproductive cycle, embryonic development up to three germinal layers.

viii. Classification of chordata: Pisces, Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves, Mammals, highlighting major characters with two examples of each class.

 

MATHEMATICS

1. Mathematical Logic

Statements - Introduction, sentences and statement, truth value of statement, open sentences, compound statement, quantifier and quantified statements, logical connectives : conjunction, disjunction, negation, implication/ conditional, biconditional, truth tables of compound statements, examples related to real life and mathematics, statement patterns and logical equivalence - tautology, contradiction, contingency, duality, negation of compound statement, contrapositive, converse, inverse, algebra of statements-idempotent law, associative law, commutative law, distributive law, identity law, complement law, involution law, DeMorgan’s laws, difference between converse, contrapositive, contradiction, application-introduction to switching circuits (simple examples).

 

2. Matrices

Elementary transformation of a matrixrevision of cofactor and minor, elementary row transformation, elementary column transformation, inverse of a matrixexistance and uniqueness of inverse of a matrix, inverse by elementary transformation, adjoint method, application-solution of system of linear equations by – reduction method, inversion method.

 

3. Trigonometric functions

Trigonometric equations-general solution of trigonometric equation of the type: sinθ = 0, cosθ = 0, tanθ = 0, sinθ = sinα, cosθ = cosα, tanθ = tanα, sin 2 θ = sin 2 α, cos 2 θ = cos 2 α, tan 2 θ = tan 2 α, acosθ + bsinθ = C solution of a triangle : polar coordinates, sine rule, cosine rule, projection rule, area of a triangle, application, Hero’s formula, Napier Analogues, inverse trigonometric functions- definitions, domain, range, principle values, graphs of inverse trigonometric function, properties of inverse functions.

 

4. Pair of straight lines

Pair of lines passing through origincombined equation, homogenous equation, theorem-the joint equation of a pair of lines passing through origin and its converse, acute angle between the lines represented by ax 2 +2hxy+by 2 =0, condition for parallel lines, condition for perpendicular lines, pair of lines not passing through origin-combined equation of any two lines, condition that the equation ax 2 +2hxy+by 2 +2gx+2fy+c=0 should represent a pair of lines (without proof), acute angle between the lines (without proof), condition of parallel and perpendicular lines, point of intersection of two lines.

 

5. Circle

Tangent of a circle-equation of a tangent at a point to 1) standard circle,2) general circle, condition of tangency only for line y = mx + c to the circle x 2 + y 2 = a 2 , tangents to a circle from a point outside the circle, director circle, length of tangent segments, normal to a circle-equation of normal at a point.

 

6. Conics

Tangents and normals-equations of tangent and normal at a point for parabola, ellipse, hyperbola; condition of tangency for parabola; ellipse, hyperbola; tangents in terms of slope for parabola, ellipse, hyperbola, tangents from a point outside conics, locus of points from which two tangents are mutually perpendicular, properties of tangents and normals to conics (without proof).

 

7. Vectors

Revision, Collinearity and coplanarity of vectors : linear combination of vectors, condition of collinearity of two vectors, conditions of coplanarity of three vectors, section formula : section formula for internal and external division, midpoint formula, centroid formula, scaler triple product : definition, formula, properties, geometrical interpretation of scalar triple product, application of vectors to geometrymedians of a triangle are concurrent, altitudes of a triangle are concurrent, angle bisectors of a triangle are concurrent, diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other and converse, median of trapezium is parallel to the parallel sides and its length is half the sum of parallel sides, angle subtended on a semicircle is right angle.

 

8. Three dimensional geometry

Direction cosines and direction ratios: direction angles, direction cosines, direction ratios, relation between direction ratio and direction cosines, angle between two lines, condition of perpendicular lines.

 

9. Line

Equation of line passing through given point and parallel to given vector, equation of line passing through two given points, distance of a point from a line, distance between two skew lines, distance between two parallel lines (vector approach).

 

10. Plane

Equation of plane in normal form, equation of plane passing through the given point and perpendicular to given vector, equation of plane passing through the given point and parallel to two given vectors, equation of plane passing through three noncollinear points, equation of plane passing through the intersection of two given planes, angle between two planes, angle between line and plane, condition for the coplanarity of two lines, distance of a point from a plane (vector approach)

 

11. Linear programming problems

Introduction of L.P.P. definition of constraints, objective function, optimization, constraint equations, nonnegativity restrictions, feasible and infeasible region, feasible solutions, Mathematical formulation-mathematical formulation of L.P.P. different types of L.P.P. problems, graphical solutions for problem in two variables, optimum feasible solution.

12. Continuity

Continuity of a function at a point : left hand limit, right hand limit, definition of continuity of a function at a point, discontinuity of a function, types of discontinuity, algebra of continuous functions, continuity in interval-definition, continuity of some standard functionspolynomial, rational, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic function.

 

13. Differentiation

Revision- revision of derivative, relationship between continuity and differentiability-left hand derivative and right hand derivative (need and concept), every differentiable function is continuous but converse is not true, Derivative of composite function-chain rule, derivative of inverse function, derivative of inverse trigonometric function : Derivative of implicit function definition and examples, derivative of parametric function – definition of parametric function ,exponential and logarithmic functionderivative of functions which are expressed in one of the following form a) product of functions, b) quotient of functions, c) higher order derivative, second order derivative d) [f (x) ] [g(x)]

14. Applications of derivative

Geometrical application-tangent and normal at a point, Rolle's theorem, and Mean value theorem and their geometrical interpretation (without proof), derivative as a rate measure-introduction, increasing and decreasing function, approximation (without proof), Maxima and minimaintroduction of extrema and extreme values, maxima and minima in a closed interval, first derivative test, second derivative test.

 

15. Integration

Indefinite integrals-methods of integration, substitution method, integrals of the various types, integration by parts (reduction formulae are not expected), integration by partial fraction-factors involving repeated and non-repeated linear factors, non-repeated quadratic factors, definite integral-definite integral as a limit of sum, fundamental theorem of integral calculus (without proof), evaluation of definite integral 1) by substitution 2) integration by parts, properties of definite integrals.

 

16. Applications of definite integral

Area under the curve: area bounded by curve and axis (simple problems), area bounded by two curves, volume of solid of revolution-volume of solid obtained by revolving the area under the curve about the axis (simple problems).

 

17. Differential equation

Definition-differential equation, order, degree, general solution, particular solution of differential equation, formation of differential equation-formation of differential equation by eliminating arbitary constants (at most two constants), solution of first order and first degree differential equation-variable separable method, homogeneous differential equation (equation reducible to homogeneous form are not expected), Linear differential equation, applications : population growth, bacterial colony growth, surface area, Newton’s laws of cooling, radioactive decay.

18. Statistics

Bivariate frequency distribution - bivariate data, tabulation of bivariate data, scatter diagram, covariance of ungrouped data, covariance for bivariate frequency distribution, Karl Pearson’s coefficient of correlation.

 

19. Probability distribution

Probability distribution of a random variable-definition of a random variable, discrete and continuous random variable, probability mass function (p.m.f.), probability distribution of a discrete random variable, cumulative probability distribution of a discrete random variable, expected value, variance and standard deviation of a discrete random variable, probability density function (p.d.f.), distribution function of a continuous random variable.

 

20. Bernoulli trials and Binomial distribution

Definition of Bernoulli trial, conditions for Binomial distribution, binomial distribution (p.m.f.), mean, variance and standard deviation, calculation of probabilities (without proof), Normal distribution : p.d.f., mean, variance and standard deviation, standard normal variable, simple problems (without proof).

Fundamental Of Computer

i. Introduction to computers

ii. Hardware

iii. Software

iv. Types of Computers

v. Concept of files and directories

vi. OS and interfaces

vii. Commonly used commands

viii. Concept of login and logout

ix. File ownership

x. Networking Fundamentals

xi. Client – server

xii. LAN, WAN

xiii. Ftp, telnet, rlogin

xiv. Internet, WWWhtml

xv. Programming in a high-level language

xvi. Algorithms, pseudo codes

 

 

Preparation Strategy

Make a proper Time Table

It is very important that you make a time table and stick to it and you will have an exact idea of what you are required to study and the time required for it.

Concept clarity rather than rote learning

It is essential that you have a clear idea of the formulas and concepts rather than rote learning of things for the papers. While you might require it for memorizing formulas it is important that for other stuff you make sure you clear your basics and concepts before moving on.

Prepare Notes

It is very important make small notes or a comprehensive list of formulas on each covered topic and chapter which will come in handy at the time of revision. This will require you to be regular with your work but will surely make things easy at the time of revision.

Revision of Class XI and XII basic concepts

Make sure that you revise the basic concepts from the syllabus of these classes before starting anything new as most of the engineering exams will be for admission to undergraduate courses and so the syllabi from class XI and XII becomes the testing ground to check students.

Seek guidance

It is not possible for you to know everything in your syllabus, at least not at the time of preparation. Sooner or later you will run into a concept or so which will give you trouble and then it is best you seek guidance from an instructor or a teacher. It is necessary that you clear your doubts at regular intervals and don’t prolong things for long. Getting into a good coaching class is nothing to be ashamed off and if anything a regular coaching class will enable you to avoid roadblocks in your preparation.

Sample Papers

Even though there may be a complete change in the exam pattern or the expected questions altogether, it is important that you practice on the sample and previous years question papers available for the engineering exam you’d be attempting. You will know the existing pattern and have a fair idea of the type of questions to expect in the paper along with the time constraint.

Mock tests

The paper pattern, duration of the paper and the number of questions to be attempted in the given amount of time is not something you will be able to pick up on the day of the examination. A Mock Test tests a student’s abilities as it not only provides a similar feel of real exams but also helps in building speed and confident to face the exam. Furthermore, they can improve their performance to get an extra edge in actual exams. Try to build up an Engineering Entrance Exam Test Prep MCQ Question Bank

Time management

Time management can be learnt through thorough practice and regular test taking. So it is important that you practice it and practice it well.

Negative marking

Most the entrance examinations will have negative marking and everyone would suggest you stay clear of questions are not sure about. But some experts are of the opinion that you answer the questions in which you are confused between an option or two because there will also be a chance of getting it right.

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AIET - Dr. D.Y. Patil All India Entrance Test Eligibility Criteria

Educational qualification

The Candidate must be either 17 years of age or attain the age at the time of admission. Candidate must have passed HSC (10+2) or equivalent examination from a recognized Board, securing minimum 50% marks in the aggregate of all subjects. English as a subject is compulsory.

• Candidates with Mathematics will be considered eligible for B. Tech Biotechnology / Bioinformatics/ Biomedical Engineering / Food Science and Technology and M. Tech Integrated programs.

• Candidates with Biology will be considered eligible for B. Tech Biotechnology / Bioinformatics/ Food Science and Technology and M. Tech Integrated programs.

• The Scheduled caste, Scheduled tribe, and OBC students shall have relaxation of 10% in the aggregate marks required for eligibility.

Age- The Candidate must be either 17 years of age or attain the age at the time of admission.

Marks- Candidate must have passed HSC (10+2) or equivalent examination from a recognized Board, securing minimum 50% marks in the aggregate of all subjects. English as a subject is compulsory.

Relaxation policy (if any)- The Scheduled caste, Scheduled tribe, and OBC students shall have relaxation of 10% in the aggregate marks required for eligibility.

 

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