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Engineering Entrance Exam 2017 Syllabus For PCM Topics

Engineering is the field which is related to science stream. In other words engineering is known as B.Tech course. Candidates in large number used to apply for engineering every year. Those students who have cleared 12th class with science stream are eligible for engineering. All those candidates those who make their mind for engineering course used to apply for various entrance tests which take place every year by various universities of various states.

All those students who have cleared 12th class with maths, physics, chemistry and biology instead of maths as their core subject are only eligible for engineering in any field. The next step which students should take place is in which stream they want to do engineering is there are so many types of engineering. The student who have attained minimum age of 16 years and also who have cleared 12th class with more than 50% in his secondary examination. The candidates who belong to OBC section get a relaxation of 5% which in order word means that these students can pass exams with 45%. These are various eligibility processes which are important for the students who are planning to opt engineering after 12th class.

The entrance exams which are conducted by various universities in order to provide admission to candidates in various colleges and universities generally consists of three subjects i.e. Mathematics, physics and chemistry. The paper of the entire subject consists of approx 100- 200 questions and the time limit given is 3 hours. Mostly all the paper consists of multiple choice questions and they also have negative markings of very wrong answer. After the result is displaced the students who have cleared exam with flying colours are allotted admission in various colleges and institutions through counselling or other methods.

Various exams are conducted for the engineering entrance test some of the main exams are JEE exams, BITSAT exams, VITEE exams, KCET exams, TNEA exams, WB JEE exams, ORISSA JEE exams, AIEEE exams etc. All these exams are according to various states. So the candidates according to that states should apply for the state.

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Syllabus for the entrance exam.

Physics syllabus:-

  • Ray optics
  • Wave motion
  • Laws of motion
  • Vector motion
  • Motion in 2D
  • Fluids
  • Heat and thermodynamics
  • Current electricity
  • Electrostatics
  • Simple Harmonic Motion

Mathematics syllabus:-

  • Probability
  • Sets and functions
  • Matrices and determinants
  • Complex numbers
  • Theory of equations.
  • Limit and continuity
  • Binomial theorem
  • Permutations and combinations
  • Vectors
  • Three dimensional geometry

Chemistry syllabus:-

  • Polymers
  • Surface chemistry
  • Atomic structure
  • Chemical kinetics
  • Ionic equilibrium
  • Chemical thermodynamics
  • Chemical bonding
  • Alcohol phenol and Ether
  • Gaseous state
  • Redox reactions

These are the main topics which are included in almost every exam along with these topics various other topics are added. All the candidates do prepare for these topics well as these are asked in every entrance test of engineering and these topics are the scoring chapters. We have provided you all the details related to the syllabus for engineering entrance test do prepare yourself well for the exam.

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