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# KIITEE B.Tech.(Lateral Entry) 2016 - Exam Pattern

**Exam Paper Type** : Online |

- The language of the test will be in English only.
- The duration of the exam will be
**3 hours**. - Each section will include
**40 multiple choice questions**. - The total number of questions is
**120** - The total marks are
**480**. - Examination pattern of KIITEE B.Tech.(Lateral Entry) is:-

Subjects |
No. of questions |

Mathematics | 40 |

Basic Electrical Engineering | 40 |

Engineering Mechanics | 40 |

Total |
120 |

**Marking Scheme –**

- Each correct answer fetches
**4 marks**. - There is negative marking.
**1 mark**will be deducted for every wrong answer.

## KIITEE B.Tech.(Lateral Entry) 2016 Syllabus

- Mathematical Modeling and Representation of Systems
- Block diagrams and Signal flow graphs
- Routh-Hurwitz and Nyquist criteria
- Lag, Lead and Lead-Lag Compensators
- P, PI and PID Controllers
- State Space Model

- Numerical computation
- Numerical Estimation
- Numerical Reasoning
- Data Interpretation

- English grammar
- Sentence Completion
- Verbal Analogies
- Word Groups
- Instructions
- Critical Reasoning
- Verbal Deduction

- Bridges and Potentiometers
- Measurement of voltage, current, power
- Instrument Transformers
- Oscilloscopes
- Error analysis

- Coulomb's Law
- Gauss's Law, Divergence
- Effect of dielectric medium
- Capacitance of simple configurations
- Biot-Savart’s law
- Ampere’s law
- Faraday’s law
- Lorentz force
- Self and Mutual Inductance

- Continuous and Discrete-Time Signals
- Shifting and Scaling Operations
- Linear Time Invariant and Causal systems
- Fourier Series
- Laplace Transform
- Z-Transform

- Architecture
- Programming and Interfacing

- Characteristics of diodes
- BJT
- MOSFET

- Characteristics and applications
- Combinational and Sequential logic circuits
- Multiplexer, Demultiplexer
- A/D and D/A converters

- Rectifiers
- Amplifiers
- Oscillators and Feedback Amplifiers

- Functions of single variable
- Limits, continuity and differentiability
- Mean value theorem
- Chain rule
- Partial Derivatives
- Maxima and Minima
- Gradient
- Divergence and curl
- Directional derivatives
- Integration
- Theorems Of Stokes
- Gauss And Green
- Fourier Series

- First order linear and nonlinear differential equations
- Higher Order Linear Odes
- Partial differential equations
- Laplace transforms
- Numerical methods for linear and nonlinear algebraic equations
- Numerical integration and differentiation

- Matrix Algebra
- Systems of Linear Equations
- Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors

- Solutions Of Linear And Non-Linear Algebraic Equations
- Numerical integration - trapezoidal and Simpson’s rule
- Numerical solutions of ODE

- Fourier Transform
- Laplace Transform
- Z-Transform

- Sampling theorems
- Conditional probability
- Mean, Median, Mode
- Poisson distribution
- Binomial distribution
- Regression analysis

- Analytic Functions
- Cauchy’s integral Theorem
- Taylor Series, Laurent Series
- Residue Theorem
- Solution Integrals

- Resonance
- Passive Filters
- Ideal Current and Voltage Sources

- Thevenin’s Theorem
- Norton’s Theorem
- Superposition Theorem
- Maximum power transfer Theorem
- Power and power factor in AC Circuits

- Network graph
- KCL, KVL
- Node and Mesh Analysis
- Transient Response of DC and AC Networks

- Cylindrical and Salient Pole Machines
- Electric Machines

- Equivalent Circuit
- Phasor Diagram
- Regulation and Efficiency

- Electromechanical Energy Conversion Principles
- DC Machines
- Three Phase Induction Motors
- Operating Principle of Single Phase Induction Motors

- Characteristics of Semiconductor Power Devices

- Buck, Boost and Buck-Boost Converters
- Bidirectional AC to DC Voltage Source Converters
- Power Factor
- Single Phase and Three Phase Inverters

- AC and DC Transmission Concepts
- Series and Shunt Compensation
- Bus Admittance Matrix
- Gauss- Seidel and Newton-Raphson load flow methods
- Voltage and Frequency Control
- Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical Fault Analysis
- System Stability Concepts

## KIITEE B.Tech.(Lateral Entry) Exam Prepartions FAQ

**1) What are the eligibility criteria for B.Tech [Lateral Entry] Program?**

- Pass in three years diploma course in Engineering with at least 60% marks in aggregate from State Council of TechnicalEducation of any state or equivalent.
- Candidate should have born on or after 01.07.1992.

**2) If the person has done his XII from distance learning / Open learning / Private, is he eligible to do B.Tech [Lateral Entry] through KIIT University?**

Yes, provided the course is recognized and equivalent to 10+2 examination conducted by CBSE or other recognized Boards.

**3) Is it necessary to fulfill both 10th marks and 12th marks criteria for taking admission?**

Yes, marks sheet of 10th and 12th both are required.

**4) My board doesn't give aggregate marks for 12th exam. What marks should I enter?**

- For CBSE, include PCM and English/Hindi and one additional elective (total five subjects) in your aggregate. For ISCE, include PCM and English in the aggregate.
- Others should calculate the aggregate marks (or its equivalent) and attach a note explaining the method used by them to calculate the aggregate.

**5) Are the diploma holders (lateral entry) eligible to get the admission direct in the 2nd year of the course? If yes what is the criteria.**

Yes, criteria will be available on the University website in due course.

**6) Will there be negative marking in KIITEE B.tech exam?**

Yes,one mark (-1) will be deducted for each incorrect response.

**7) May I use calculator or Log Table during examination?**

No, use of Textual Material, Calculator, Slide Rule, Log Table, Electronics Watch, Printed or Written Material, Papers, Mobile Phone, Pager or any other device is strictly prohibited.