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# ATIT 2021 Exam - Exam Dates, Application Form, Eligibility, Syllabus, Results

*12 Apr, 2021 - 20 Apr, 2021*

## About ATIT 2021

**ATIT 2021 - **The ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education (IFHE), Hyderabad conducts Admission Test for IcfaiTech (ATIT), for admission in the B.Tech programmes. The authorities have started ATIT 2021 registrations online at ifheindia.org. Candidates have to submit ATIT application form 2021 and slot booking by April 10 for phase 1. The last date of ATIT 2021 application and slot booking for phase 2 is June 10.

Admission Test for IcfaiTech (ATIT) is a university level entrance exam. ATIT 2021 will be conducted online as a computer based test. ATIT phase 1 will be conducted from April 12 to 20. The phase 2 exam will be held from June 12 to 20. The exam will be conducted for a duration of 3 hours with 180 questions. ATIT 2021 question paper will be divided into 5 sections - Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and Logical Reasoning.

Candidates qualifying ATIT 2021 exam will be eligible for participating in the counselling process. ICFAI also accepts scores of JEE Main / State level entrance exam/ national level entrance exam for admissions to its B.Tech courses across the campuses. The following campuses will offer admissions through ATIT 2021:

## ATIT 2021 Highlights

Full Exam Name | Admission Test for IcfaiTech |

Short Exam Name | ATIT |

Conducting Body | ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education, Hyderabad |

Frequency of Conduct | Once a year |

Exam Level | University Level Exam |

Languages | English |

Mode of Application | Offline / Online |

Mode of Exam | Online |

Mode of Counselling | Offline |

Participating Colleges | 1 |

Exam Duration | 2 Hours |

Number of Seats | 508 Seats |

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## ATIT 2021 Important Dates

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Upcoming Dates and Events

12 Apr, 2021 - 20 Apr, 2021

Exam - Phase 1 | Mode: Online ^{Ongoing}

23 Apr, 2021 - 25 Apr, 2021

Counselling - Phase 1 - Provisional admission letters to selected and wait list candidates | Mode: Online

03 May, 2021

Phase 1 - Last date for the payment of admission fee | Mode: Offline and Online

04 May, 2021

Counselling - Phase 1 - Sliding 1 | Mode: Online

31 May, 2021

Phase 1 - Reporting for Admissions and Sliding 2 | Mode: Offline

10 Jun, 2021

Slot Booking - Last date for Phase 2 | Mode: Online

02 Jun, 2021 - 10 Jun, 2021

Phase 1 - Immersion Program | Mode: Offline

10 Jun, 2021

Application - Last date for Phase 2 | Mode: Online

12 Jun, 2021

Phase 1 - Registration | Mode: Offline

14 Jun, 2021

Phase 1 - Sliding 3 | Mode: Online

12 Jun, 2021 - 20 Jun, 2021

Exam - Phase 2 | Mode: Online

23 Jun, 2021 - 25 Jun, 2021

Counselling - Phase 2 - Provisional admission letters to selected and wait list candidates | Mode: Online

03 Jul, 2021

Phase 2 - Last date for the payment of admission fee | Mode: Offline and Online

04 Jul, 2021

Counselling - Phase 2 - Sliding 1 | Mode: Online

30 Jul, 2021

Phase 2 - Reporting for Admissions and sliding 2 | Mode: Offline

02 Aug, 2021 - 10 Aug, 2021

Phase 2 - Immersion Program | Mode: Offline

12 Aug, 2021

Phase 2 - Registration | Mode: Offline

13 Aug, 2021

Phase 2 - Sliding 3 | Mode: Online

Past Dates and Events

10 Apr, 2021

Slot Booking - Last date for Phase 1 | Mode: Online

10 Apr, 2021

Application - Last date for Phase 1 | Mode: Online

## ATIT 2021 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates applying for ATIT 2021 should be aware of the eligibility criteria prescribed by The ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education. ATIT eligibility criteria provides the various terms to be fulfilled by candidates as given below:

- Aspirants should have passed Class 12 or its equivalent exam with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English subjects with at least 50% or above aggregate marks.
- Students awaiting the final result of qualifying exam are also eligible to apply for ATIT 2021. Admissions of such candidates will be confirmed after receiving a copy of qualifying exam certificate along with the original document within the stipulated deadline.

**Note:** For ICFAI University, Himachal Pradesh BTech admissions, candidates should have passed Class 12 or its equivalent exam with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English subjects with at least 55% or above aggregate marks.

Mode of Application : Offline and Online

Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Credit Card | Debit Card | Demand Draft

The authorities have released ATIT application form 2021 in online as well as offline modes. Aspirants can apply for ATIT 2021 for phase 1 or 2 before last date.

Steps to fill ATIT application form 2021:

**Online Mode -** Candidates have to visit the official website and register in order to fill the ATIT 2021 application form online. They will have to pay the ATIT application fee of Rs. 500 using Internet banking/Debit/Credit card. They will also need to upload colored photograph and submit the form.

**Offline option - **Candidates can obtain the offline form of ATIT 2021 from campus. The ATIT application form 2021 can also be downloaded from the website. Duly filled ATIT 2021 application form has to be sent to the Admissions Office along with the Demand Draft (DD) in favor of "IFHE- Prospectus Fee A/c ATIT 2021" attached therewith. The ATIT 2021 application will be accepted only if the DD is also received. Candidates need to send the same via post to the following address:

Admissions Officer (B.Tech. Program)

ATIT Office, Plot # 65, Nagarjuna Hills,

Punjagutta, Hyderabad-500082, Telangana State.

Ph: 040-23440967, Toll Free: 1800-599-0767

E-mail: btechadmissions@icfaiuniversity.in

### Application Fees

Category | Quota | Mode | Gender | Amount |
---|---|---|---|---|

OBC, General | PWD | Offline | Male, Female, Transgender | ₹ 500 |

OBC, General | PWD | Online | Male, Female | ₹ 500 |

ST, General | PWD | Online | Transgender | ₹ 500 |

## ATIT 2021 Syllabus

### Mathematics

## Sets and their representations |
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Sets and their representations |

Union |

Intersection and complements of sets |

Their algebraic properties |

Relations |

Equivalence relations |

Mappings |

One-one into and onto mappings ralation |

Composition of mappings into ralation |

## Complex numbers |
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Complex numbers in the form a+ib and their representation in a plane |

Argand diagram |

Algebra of complex numbers |

Modulus and argument of a complex number |

Square root of a complex numbers |

Cube roots of unity |

Triangle inequality |

## Matrices and determinants |
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Determinants and matrices of order two and three |

Properties of determinants |

Evaluation of determinants |

Area of triangles using determinants |

Addition multiplication of matrices |

Adjoint and inverse of matrix |

Test of consistency and solution of simultaneous linear quations using determinants and matrices |

## Quadratic equations |
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Quadratic equations in real and complex number system and their solutions |

Relation between roots and co-efficients |

Nature of roots |

Formation of quadratic equations with given roots |

Symmetric functions of roots |

Equations reducible to quadratic equations |

Application to practical problems |

## Permutations and combinations |
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Fundamental principle of counting |

Permutation as an arrangement and combination as selection |

Meaning of p(n,r) and c(n,r) |

Simple applications |

## Binomial theorem and its applications - mathematical induction and its applications |
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Binomial theorem for a positive integral index |

General term and middle term |

Binomial theorem for any index |

Properties of binomial co-efficients |

Simple applications for approximations |

## Sequences and series |
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Arithmetic |

Geometric and harmonic progressions |

Insertion of arithmetic geometric and harmonic means between two given numbers |

Relation between a.m. g.m. and h.m special series |

Sn, sn2, sn3 |

Arithmetico and geometric series |

Exponential and logarithmic series |

## Differential calculus |
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Polynomials |

Rational |

Trigonometric |

Logarithmic and exponential functions |

Inverse functions |

Graphs of simple functions |

Limits |

Continuity |

Differentiation of the sum |

Difference |

Product and quotient of two functions |

Differentiation of trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential, composite and implicit functions |

Rational, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions |

Logarithmic |

Exponential |

Composite and implicit functions |

Derivatives of order up to two |

Applications of derivatives |

Rate of change of quantities |

Monotonic |

Increasing and decreasing functions |

Maxima and minima of functions of one variable |

Tangents and normals |

Rolle's and Lagrange's mean value theorems |

## Integral calculus |
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Integral as an anti-derivative |

Fundament alintegrals involving algebraic |

Trigonometric |

Exponential and logarithmic functions |

Integration by substitution |

By parts and by partial fractions |

Integration using trigonometric identities |

Integralas limit of a sum |

Properties of definite integrals |

Evaluation of definite integrals |

Determining areas of the regions bounded by simple curves |

## Differential equations |
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Ordinary differential equations |

Their order and degree |

Formation of differential equations |

Solution of differential equations by the method of separation of variables |

Solution of differential equations by the method of separations of variables,solution of homogeneous and linear differential equations of the type : dy/dx+p(x)y=q(x) |

## Two dimensional geometry |
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Recall of cartesian system of rectangular co-ordinates in a plane |

Distance formula |

Area of a triangle |

Condition for the collinearity of three points and section formula |

Translation of axes |

Slope of a line |

Parallel and perpendicular lines |

Intercepts of a line on the coordinate axes |

## Two dimensional geometry - the straight line and pair of straight lines |
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Various forms of equations of a line |

Intersection of lines |

Angles between two lines |

Conditions for concurrence of three lines |

Distance of a point from a line equations of internal and external bisectors of angles between two lines |

Coordinates of centroid |

Orthocentre and circumcentre of a triangle |

Equation of family of lines passing through the point of intersection of two lines |

Homogeneous equation of second in x and y |

Angles between a pair of lines through the origin |

Combined equation of he bisectors of the angles between a pair of lines |

Condition for the general second degree equation to represent a pair of lines |

Point of intersection and angle between two lines |

## Two dimensional geometry - circles and family of circles |
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Standard form of equation of a circle |

General form of the equation of a circle |

Its radius and centre |

Equation of a circle in the parametric form |

Equation of a circle when the end points of a diameter are given |

Points of intersection of a line and a circle with the centre at the origin and condition for a line to be tangent to the circle |

Length of the tangent |

Equation of the tangent |

Equation of a family of circles through the intersection of two circles |

Condition for two intersecting circles to be orthogonal |

## Two dimensional geometry - conic sections |
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Sections of cones |

Equations of conic sections of parabola, ellipse and hyperbola in standard forms |

Condition for y = mx + c to be a tangent and point(s) of tangency |

## Three dimensional geometry |
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Coordinates of a point in space |

Two dimensions: Cartesian coordinates, distance between two points, section formulae, shift of origin |

Section formula |

Section formula and direction cosines angle between two intersecting lines |

Skew lines |

The shortest distance between them and its equation |

Equations of a line and a plane in different forms |

Intersection of a line and a plane |

Coplanar lines |

Equation of a sphere |

Its centre and radius |

Diameter form of the equation of a sphere |

## Vector algebra |
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Vectors and scalars |

Addition of vectors |

Components of a vector in two dimensions and three dimensional space |

Scalar and integral calculus |

Scalar and vector products |

Scalar and vector triple product |

Application of vectors to plane geometry |

## Measures of central tendency and dispersion |
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Calculation of mean |

Median and mode of grouped and ungrouped data |

Calculation of standard deviation |

Variance and mean deviation for grouped and ungrouped data |

## Probability |
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Probability of an event |

Addition and multiplication theorems of probability and their applications |

Conditional probability |

Bayes' theorem |

Probability distribution of a random variate |

Binomial and poisson distributions and their properties |

## Trigonometry |
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Trigonometrical identities and equations |

Inverse trigonometric functions and their properties |

Properties of triangles, including centroid, incentre, circum- centre and orthocentre, solution of triangles. |

Heights and distances |

## Statics |
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Introduction |

Basic concepts and basic laws of mechanics |

Force |

Resultant of forces acting at a point |

Parallelogram law of forces |

Resolved parts of a force |

Equilibrium of a particle under three concurrent forces |

Triangle law of forces and its converse |

Lami's theorem and its converse |

Like parallel forces |

Unlike parallel forces |

Couple and its moment |

## Dynamics |
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Speed and velocity |

Average speed dynamics |

Instantaneous speed dynamics |

Acceleration and retardation |

Resultant of two velocities |

Motion of a particle along a line is moving with constant acceleration |

Motion under gravity |

Laws of motion and projectile motion |

### Physics

## Units and measurement |
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Units for measurement |

S.i. |

Fundamental and derived units |

Dimensions and their applications |

## Description of motion in one dimension |
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Motion in a straight line |

Uniform and non-uniform motion and their graphical representation |

Applications and its uniformly accelerated motion |

## Description of motion in two and three dimensions |
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Scalars and vectors |

Vector addition |

A real number of zero vector and its properties |

Resolution of vectors |

Scalar and vector products |

Uniform circular motion and its applications projectile motion |

## Laws of motion |
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Force and inertia |

Newton ’s laws of motion |

Conservation of linear momentum and its applications |

Rocket propulsion |

Friction in laws of friction |

## Work, energy and power |
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Concept of work is a energy and power |

Energy and its kinetic and potential |

Conservation of energy and its applications |

Elastic collisions in one and two dimensions |

Different forms of energy |

## Rotational motion and moment of inertia |
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Centre of mass of a two-particle system. |

Centre of mass of a rigid body |

General motion of a rigid body |

Nature of rotational motion |

Torque angular momentum its conservation and applications |

Moment of inertia |

Parallel and perpendicular axes theorem |

Expression of moment of inertia for ring its disc and sphere |

## Gravitation |
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Acceleration due to gravity |

One and two dimensional motion under gravity |

Universal law of gravitation and variation in the acceleration due to gravity of the earth |

Planetary motion |

Kepler’s laws |

Artificial satellite and geostationary satellite |

Gravitational potential energy near the surface of earth |

Gravitational potential and escape velocity |

## Solids and fluids |
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Inter-atomic forces states of matter |

Inter-molecular forces states of matter |

## Solids and fluids - solids |
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Elastic properties |

Hook’s law |

Young's modulus |

Bulk modulus |

Modulus of rigidity |

## Solids and fluids - liquids |
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Cohesion and adhesion |

Surface energy and surface tension |

Flow of fluids |

Bernoulli's theorem and its applications |

Viscosity |

Stoke's law |

Terminal velocity |

## Oscillations |
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Periodic motion |

Simple harmonic motion and its equation of motion |

Energy in s.h.m. |

Oscillations of a spring and simple pendulum |

## Waves |
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Wave motion, phase, amplitude and velocity of wave |

Speed of a wave |

Longitudinal and transverse waves |

Superposition of waves |

Progressive and standing waves |

Free and forced oscillations |

Resonance |

Vibration of strings and air-columns |

Beats |

Doppler effect |

## Heat and thermodynamics |
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Thermal expansion of solids |

Liquids and gases and their specific heats |

Relationship between cp and cv for gases |

First law of thermodynamics |

Thermodynamic processes |

Second law of thermodynamics |

Carnot cycle |

Efficiency of heat engines |

## Transference of heat |
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Modes of transference of heat |

Thermal conductivity |

Black body radiations |

Kirchoff’s law |

Wien’s law |

Stefan’s law of radiation |

Newton ’s law of cooling |

## Electrostatics |
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Electric charge unit and conservation |

Coulomb's law |

Dielectric constant |

Electric field |

Lines of force |

Field due to dipole |

Field due to dipole its behaviour in a uniform electric field |

Electric flux |

Gauss’s theorem and its applications |

Electric potential |

Potential due to a point charge |

Conductors and insulators |

Distribution of charge on conductors |

Capacitance |

Parallel plate capacitor |

Combination of capacitors |

Energy of capacitor |

## Current electricity |
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Electric current and its unit |

Sources of energy |

Cells- primary and secondary |

Grouping of cells resistance of different materials |

Temperature dependence |

Specific resistivity |

Ohm's law |

Kirchoff’s law |

Series and parallel circuits |

Wheatstone bridge with their applications and potentiometer with their applications |

## Thermal and chemical effects of currents |
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Heating effects of current |

Electric power |

Simple concept of thermo-electricity |

Seeback effect and thermocouple |

Chemical effect of current |

Faraday's laws of electrolysis |

## Magnetic effects of currents |
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Oersted’s Experiment |

Bio-savert’s law |

Magnetic field due to straight wire |

Circular loop and solenoid |

Force on a moving charge in a uniform magnetic field and lorentz force |

Forces and torques on currents in a magnetic field |

Force between two current carrying wires |

Moving coil galvanometer and conversion to ammeter and voltmeter |

## Magnetostatics |
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Bar magnet |

Magnetic field |

Lines of force |

Torque on a bar magnet in a magnetic field |

Earth’s magnetic field |

Para |

Dia and ferro magnetism |

Magnetic induction |

Magnetic susceptibility |

## Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents |
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Induced E.M.F. |

Faraday's law |

Lenz's law |

Self and mutual inductance |

Alternating currents |

Impedance and reactance |

Power in a.c. |

Circuits with l.c. and r series combination |

Resonant circuits |

Transformer and a.c. generator |

## Ray optics |
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Reflection and refraction of light at plane and curved surfaces |

Total internal reflection |

Optical fibre |

Deviation and dispersion of light by a prism |

Lens formula |

Magnification and resolving power |

Microscope and telescope |

## Wave optics |
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Wave nature of light of interference |

Young’s double slit experiment |

Diffraction |

Diffraction due to a single slit |

Elementary idea of polarization |

## Electromagnetic waves |
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Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics |

Electromagnetic wave spectrum from gamma to radio waves |

Propagation of em waves in atmosphere |

## Electron and photons |
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Charge on an electron |

E/m for an electron |

Photoelectric effect and einstein’s equation of photoelectric effect |

## Atoms, molecules and nuclei |
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Alpha particles scattering experiment |

Atomic masses |

Size of the nucleus |

Radioactivity |

Alpha |

Beta and gamma particles |

Rays and their properties |

Radioactive decay law |

Half life and mean life of radio-active nuclei |

Binding energy |

Mass energy relationship |

Nuclear fission and nuclear fusion |

## Solids and semi-conductors devices |
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Energy bands in solids |

Conductors |

Insulators and semi-conductors |

PN junction, PN diode |

Diodes |

Diode as rectifier |

Transistor action |

Transistor as an amplifier |

### Chemistry

## Some basic concepts |
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Measurement in chemistry which includes precision, significant figures, si units, dimensional analysis |

Laws of chemical combination |

Atomic mass |

Molecular mass |

Mole concept |

Molar mass |

Determination of molecular formula |

Chemical equation |

Stoichiometry of chemical reactions |

## States of matter |
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Gaseous state |

Measurable properties of gases |

Boyle's law |

Charle’s law |

Scale of temperature |

Avogadro’s hypothesis |

Ideal gas equation |

Dalton’s law of partial pressures |

Kinetic molecular theory of gases and the microscopic model of gas |

Deviation form ideal behaviour |

The solid state which includes classification of solids, x-ray studies of crystal lattices and unit cells, packing of constituent particles in crystals |

Imperfection in solids |

Electrical |

Magnetic and dielectic properties of solids |

Liquid state |

Vapour pressure |

Surface tension |

Viscosity |

## Atomic structure |
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Constituents of the atom |

Discovery of electron |

Rutherford model of the atom |

Electronic structure of atoms |

Nature of light and electromagnetic waves |

Atomic spectra |

Bohr’s model of hydrogen |

Shortcomings of the bohr model |

Dual nature of matter and radiation |

De-Broglie relation |

The uncertainty principle |

Quantum mechanical model of the atom |

Orbitals and quantum numbers |

Shapes of orbitals |

Aufbau principle |

Pauli exclusion principle |

Hund's rule |

Electronic configuration of atoms |

## Solutions |
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Types of solutions |

Units of concentration |

Vapour-pressure of solutions and raoult’s law |

Colligative properties |

Determination of molecular mass |

Non-ideal solutions and abnormal molecular masses |

Volumetric analysis-concentration unit |

## Chemical energetics and thermodynamics |
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Energy changes during a chemical reaction |

Internal energy and enthalpy |

Internal energy and enthalpy changes |

Origin of enthalpy change in a reaction |

Hess's law of constant heat summation |

Numericals based on these concepts |

Enthalpies of reactions |

Enthalpy of neutralization |

Enthalpy of combustion |

Enthalpy of fusion and vaporization |

Sources of energy |

Conservation of energy sources |

Identification of alternative sources |

Pollution associated with consumption of fuels |

The sun as the primary source |

First law of thermodynamics |

Relation between internal energy and enthalpy |

Application of first law of thermodynamics |

## Limitations of the first law of thermodynamics |
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Entropy |

Gibbs energy |

Spontaneity of a chemical reaction |

Gibbs energy change and chemical equilibrium |

Gibbs energy available for useful work |

## Chemical equilibrium |
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Equilibria involving physical changes |

Solid-liquid |

Liquid-gas equilibrium involving dissolution of solids in liquids |

Gases in liquids |

General characteristics of equilibrium involving physical processes |

Equilibria involving chemical systems |

The law of chemical equilibrium |

The magnitude of the equilibrium constant |

Numerical problems |

Effect of changing conditions of systems at equilibrium |

Change of concentration |

Change of temperature |

Effect of catalyst-le chateliar’s principle |

Equilibria involving ions |

Ionization of electrolytes |

Weak and strong electrolytes |

Acid-base equilibrium |

Various concepts of acids and bases |

Ionization of water |

Ph scale |

Solubility product |

Numericals based on these concepts |

## Redox reactions and electrochemistry |
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Oxidation and reduction as an electron transfer concept |

Redox reactions in aqueous solutions-electrochemical cells |

Emf of a galvanic cell |

Dependence of emf on concentration and temperature |

Nerns tequation and numerical problems based on it |

Electrolysis |

Oxidation number |

Rules for assigning oxidation number, redox reactions in terms of oxidation number, nomenclature |

Balancing of oxidation and reduction equations |

Electrolytic conduction |

Molar conductivity |

Kohlrausch’s law and its applications |

Voltaic cell |

Electrode potential and electromotive force |

Gibb’s energy change and cell potential |

Electrode potential and products of electrolysis |

Fuel cells |

Corrosion and its prevention |

## Rates of chemical reactions and chemical kinetics |
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Rate of reaction |

Instantaneous rate of reaction and order of reaction |

Factors affecting rates of reactions |

Factors affecting rate of collisions encountered between the reactant molecules |

Effect of temperature on the reaction rate |

Concept of activation energy |

Catalyst |

Effect of light on rates of reactions |

Elementary reactions as steps to more complex reactions |

How fast are chemical reactions? |

Rate law expression. |

Order of a reaction with suitable examples |

Units of rates and specific rate constants |

Order of reaction and effect of concentration |

Study will be confined to first order only |

Temperature dependence of rate constant (Arrhenius equation) |

Fast reactions only elementary idea |

Mechanism of reaction only elementary idea |

Photochemical reactions |

## Surface chemistry |
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Adsorption |

Physical and chemical adsorption |

Adsorption isotherms colloids |

Preparation and general properties |

Emulsions |

Micelles catalysis |

Homogeneous and heterogeneous |

Structure of catalyst |

Enzymes |

Zeolites |

## Chemical families – periodic properties |
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Modern periodic law |

Types of elements |

Representative elements s & p block |

Transition elements |

D-block elements |

Inner Transition Elements |

F-block elements |

Periodic trends in properties |

Ionization enthalpy |

Electron gain enthalpy |

Atomic radii |

Valence |

Periodicity in properties of compounds |

## Chemical bonding and molecular structure |
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Chemical bonds and lewis structure |

Shapes of molecules vsepr theory |

Quantum theory of the covalent bond |

Hydrogen and some other simple molecules |

Carbon compounds |

Hybridization |

Boron and beryllium compounds |

Coordinate covalent bond |

Ionic bond as an extreme case of polar covalent bond |

Ionic character of molecules and polar molecules |

Bonding in solid state ionic, molecular and covalent solids, metals |

Hydrogen bond |

Resonance |

Molecular orbital |

Theory |

Bond order and magnetic properties of h2, o2, n2, f2 on the basis of mot |

Hybridisation involving s, p and d orbitals including shapes of simple organic molecules |

Dipole moment and structure of molecules |

## Chemistry of non-metals –I |
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Hydrogen |

Unique position in periodic table |

Occurrence, preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen |

Isotopes |

Properties |

Reactions and uses |

Hydrides and molecular |

Soline and interstitial oxygen |

Preparation |

Properties and reactions |

Uses |

Simple oxides |

Ozone |

Water and hydrogen peroxide |

Structure of water molecule and its aggregates |

Physical and Chemical properties of water |

Hard and soft water |

Water softening |

Preparation and properties of hydrogen peroxide, copper sulphate, silver nitrate, plaster of paris, borax, Mohr's salt, alums, white and red lead, microcosmic salt and bleaching powder, sodium thiosulfate |

Structure and uses |

Nitrogen |

Compounds of Nitrogen |

Ammonia |

Oxides of Nitrogen |

Nitric acid |

Properties and Uses |

## Chemistry of non-metals – II |
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Boron |

Occurrence, preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen |

Isolation |

Physical and Chemical properties |

Borax and boric acid |

Uses of boron and its compounds |

Carbon |

Inorganic compounds of carbon |

Oxides |

Halides (excluding fluoride) |

Carbides |

Elemental carbon |

Silicon: silicones, silicates and silicon carbide |

Preparation and properties |

Oxides and oxyacids of phosphorus |

Chemical fertililzers |

Sulphur: hydrogen sulphide, oxides, sulphurous acid, sulphuric acid and sodium thiosulphate |

Occurrence and extraction |

Properties and reactions |

Sulphuric acid |

Preparation |

Properties and Uses |

Sodium thiosulphate |

Halogens: hydrohalic acids, oxides and oxyacids of chlorine, bleaching powder |

Properties |

Hydrogen halides |

Uses of halogens |

Noble gases |

Discovery |

Occurrence and isolation |

Physical properties |

Chemistry of noble gases and their uses |

## Chemistry of lighter metals |
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Sodium and potassium |

Occurrence and extraction |

Properties and Uses |

Important compounds |

Nacl, na2co3, nahco3, naoh, kci, koh |

Magnesium and calcium |

Important compounds mgcl2, mgso4, cao, ca(oh)2, caco3, caso4, |

Plaster of paris |

Bleaching powder |

Aluminium |

Occurrence, preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen |

Extraction |

Compounds – alcl3 |

Alums |

Cement |

Biological role of sodium |

Potassium |

## Heavy metals |
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Iron |

Occurrence and extraction |

Compounds of iron |

Oxides |

Halides (excluding fluoride) |

Sulphides |

Sulphate |

Alloy and steel |

Copper and silver |

Properties and Uses |

Compounds |

Halides and sulphates |

Photography |

Zinc and mercury |

Sulphides and sulphates tin and lead |

## Chemistry of representative elements |
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Periodic properties |

Halides and melting points |

Oxides-nature of trends in groups and periods |

Halides and melting points of halides and melting points |

Carbonates and sulphates and solubility of halides and melting points |

The chemistry of s and p block elements |

Electronic configuration |

General characteristic properties and oxidation states of the group 1 elements alkali metals |

Group 2 elements – alkaline earth metals |

Group 13 elements – boron family |

Group 14 elements – carbon family |

Group 15 elements – nitrogen family |

Group 16 elements – oxygen family |

Group 17 elements – halogen family |

Group 18 elements – noble gases and hydrogen |

## Transition metals including lanthanides |
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Electronic configuration |

General characteristic properties |

Oxidation states of transition metals |

First row transition metals and general properties of their compounds-oxides |

Halides and sulphides |

General properties of second and third row transition elements groupwise discussion |

Preparation and reactions |

Properties and uses of potassium dichromate and potassium permanganate |

## Inner transition elements |
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General discussion with special reference to oxidation states |

Lanthanide contraction |

## Coordination chemistry and organometallics |
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Co-ordination compounds: nomenclature of mononuclear coordination compounds, cistrans and ionisation isomerisms, hybridization and geometries of mononuclear coordination compounds (linear, tetrahedral, square planar and octahedral) |

Nomenclature |

Isomerism in coordination compounds |

Bonding in coordination compounds |

Werner’s coordination theory |

Applications of coordination compounds |

## Nuclear chemistry |
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Nature of radiations from radioactive substances |

Nuclear reactions |

Radioactive disintegration series |

Artificial transmutation of elements |

Nuclear fission and nuclear fusion |

Isotopes and their applications |

Radio carbon-dating |

## Purification and characterization of organic compounds |
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Purification |

Crystallization |

Sublimation |

Distillation |

Differential extraction |

Chromatography |

Qualitative analysis |

Detection of nitrogen |

Sulphur: hydrogen sulphide, oxides, sulphurous acid, sulphuric acid and sodium thiosulphate |

Phosphorus and halogens |

Quantitative analysis |

Estimation of carbon |

Hydrogen |

Nitrogen |

Halogens: hydrohalic acids, oxides and oxyacids of chlorine, bleaching powder |

Phosphorus determination of molecular mass |

Silver salt method |

Cholroplatinate salt method |

Calculation of empirical formula and molecular formula |

Numerical problems in organic quantitative analysis |

Modern methods of structure elucidation |

Some basic principles |

Classification of organic compounds |

Tetra valency of carbon |

Homologous series |

Functional groups– –c = c –, – c c – and groups containing halogen |

Oxygen |

Nitrogen and sulphur |

General introduction to naming organic compounds |

Common names and iupac nomenclature of alphatic |

Aromatic and cyclic compounds |

Illustration with examples of compounds having not more than three same or different functional groups/atoms |

Isomerism - Structural and stereoisomerism |

Structural and stereoisomerism |

Geometrical and optical |

Chirality |

Isomerism in compounds having one and two chiral centres |

Enantiomers |

Diastereoisomers |

Racemic forms |

Racemisation and resolution |

Covalent bond fission |

Homolytic and heterolytic |

Free radicals carbocations and carbanions |

Stability of carbocations and free-radicals |

Electrophiles and Nucleophiles |

Electron displacement in a covalent bond |

Inductive effect |

Electrometric effect |

Resonance |

Common types of organic reactions |

Substitution |

Addition |

Elimination and rearrangement reactions |

Illustrations with examples |

## Hydrocarbons |
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Classification |

Sources of hydrocarbons |

Alkanes |

General methods of preparation from unsatmated hydrocarbons |

Alkylhalides |

Aldehydes |

Ketones and carburoxylic acids |

Physical properties and reactions |

Substitution |

Oxidation and miscellaneous |

Conformations of alkanes ethane, popane butane and cyclohexane |

Sawhorse and Newman projections |

Mechanism of halogaration of alkanes |

Alkanes and alkynes |

General methods of preparation physical properties |

Chemical reactions |

Mechanism of electrophilic addition reactions in alkenes |

Markowni koff’s rule |

Peroxide effect |

Acidic character of Alkynes |

Polymerisation of alkenes |

Aromatic hydrocarbons |

Benzene and its homologues |

Isomerism - Structural and stereoisomerism |

Chemical reactions of bonzene |

Structure of bonzene |

Resonance |

Directive influence of substituents |

Petroleum |

Hydrocarbons from petroleum |

Cracking and reforming |

Quality of gasoline |

Octane number |

Gasoline additives |

## Organic compounds containing halogens |
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Haloalkanes and haloarenes |

Methods of Preparation |

Physical properties and reactions |

Preparation |

Properties and uses of chloroform and iodoform |

## Organic compounds containing oxygen |
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General methods of preparation |

Correlation of physical properties with their structures |

Chemical properties and uses of alchols |

Polyhydric alcohols |

Ethers |

Aldehydes |

Ketones |

Carboxylic acids and their derivatives |

Phenol |

Benzaldehyde and benzoic acid |

Their important methods of preparation and reactions |

Acidity of carboxylic acids and phenol effect of substituents on the acidity of carboxylic acids |

## Organic compounds containing nitrogen |
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Cyanidesm, cyanides, nitrocompounds and amines |

Nomenclature and classification of amines, |

Cyanides |

Isocyanides |

Nitrocompounds and their methods of preparation |

Correlation of their physical properties with structure |

Chemical reactions and uses |

Basicity of amines |

## Synthetic and natural polymers |
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Classification of polymers |

Natural and synthetic polymers with stress on their general methods of preparation and important uses are teflon, pvc, polystyrene, nylon-66, terylene, bakelite. |

## Bio molecules and biological processes |
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The cell and energy cycle |

Carbohydrates |

Monosaccharides |

Disaccharides |

Polysaccharides |

Amino acids and peptides |

Structure and classification |

Proteins and enzymes |

Structure of proteins |

Role of enzymes |

Nucleic acids |

DNA and RNA |

Biological functions of nucleic acids |

Protein synthesis and replication |

Lipids |

Structure |

Membranes and their functions |

## Chemistry in action |
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Dyes |

Chemicals in medicines-Analgesies,tranquilizers,antiseptics,disinfectants,antimicrobials,antifertility drugs,antibiotics,antacids,antihistamins-their meaning and common examples |

Antipyretic, analgesic, antibiotics and tranquilisers |

Rocket propellants |

Structural formulae non-evaluative |

## Environmental chemistry |
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Environmental pollutants |

Soil |

Water and air pollution |

Major atmospheric pollutants |

Acid rain |

Ozone and its reactions causing ozone layer depletion |

Effects of the depletion of ozone layer |

Industrial air pollution |

### English

## Reading comprehension |
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## Diction |
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## Formation of effective sentences |
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## Sentence completion |
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## Vocabulary |
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## Common errors |
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## ATIT 2021 Exam Pattern

The Admission Test for IcfaiTech 2021 will be conducted for a duration of 180 minutes i.e. 3 hours. The ATIT 2021 question paper shall contain 180 questions from five subjects namely Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and Logical Reasoning.

**ATIT 2021 Exam Pattern **** **

Mode | Time | Subjects | Questions |

Online (Computer Based Test- CBT) | 180 minutes | Physics | 40 |

Chemistry | 30 | ||

Mathematics | 50 | ||

English | 30 | ||

Logical Reasoning | 30 |

## ATIT 2021 Admit Card

After ATIT 2021 slot booking is accomplished, candidates appearing for online test can download the ATIT admit card 2021. Candidates appearing for the exam without carrying their admit card will not be allowed to appear for ATIT 2021. Candidates are advised to carry a valid and original Photo ID proof with them to the exam centre. Only Aadhaar Card, Passport, College ID or notarized Affidavit with photo, signature, date of birth and residential address will be acceptable for the said purpose.

## ATIT 2021 Slot Booking

ATIT slot booking 2021 can be done after successful submission of application form. The last date of ATIT 2021 slot booking is April 10 for phase 1 and June 10 for phase 2. Candidates have to select a suitable date and time for them to appear for the test. Candidates need to follow the steps provided below and opt for the slot from available option as per their choice.

**Steps for ATIT 2020 Slot Booking**

- Visit the official website at ifheindia.org
- Click on the link to ATIT 2021 login
- Candidates must enter ATIT application no. and date of birth and login.
- They have to click on " Book Slot for ATIT 2021".
- Candidates have to choose the desired city, appropriate test centre through the options available in the drop down menu.
- Now, they need to choose date and time of the test.
- After appropriate option is selected, click on submit button.
- Verify the information on screen and click on "Confirm" option.
- Once slot booking for ATIT 2021 is done, no further changes will be allowed.

## ATIT 2021 Exam Centers

State | City |
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Andhra Pradesh | Tirupati |

Vijayawada | |

Visakhapatnam | |

Anantapur | |

Guntur | |

Kurnool | |

Nellore | |

Ongole | |

Rajahmundry | |

Assam | Guwahati |

Bihar | Patna |

Bhagalpur | |

Muzaffarpur | |

Chhattisgarh | Bilaspur |

Raipur | |

Gujarat | Ahmedabad |

Surat | |

Vadodara | |

Haryana | Rohtak |

Faridabad | |

Gurgaon | |

Jammu and Kashmir | Jammu |

Jharkhand | Jamshedpur |

Ranchi | |

Bokaro | |

Himachal Pradesh | Shimla |

Baddi | |

Karnataka | Bengaluru |

Madhya Pradesh | Bhopal |

Gwalior | |

Indore | |

Jabalpur | |

Maharashtra | Aurangabad |

Mumbai | |

Nagpur | |

Pune | |

Delhi | West Delhi |

Delhi | |

East Delhi | |

South Delhi | |

Uttar Pradesh | Ghaziabad |

Noida | |

Agra | |

Allahabad | |

Bareilly | |

Gorakhpur | |

Kanpur | |

Lucknow | |

Meerut | |

Varanasi | |

Odisha | Bhubaneswar |

Berhampur | |

Rourkela | |

Punjab | Amritsar |

Jalandhar | |

Ludhiana | |

Rajasthan | Kota |

Udaipur | |

Jaipur | |

Jodhpur | |

Tamil Nadu | Chennai |

Telangana | Hyderabad |

Secunderabad | |

Warangal | |

Nizamabad | |

Nalgonda | |

Khammam | |

Mahabubnagar | |

Chandigarh | Chandigarh |

Uttarakhand | Dehradun |

Haldwani | |

Meghalaya | Shillong |

Tura | |

Nagaland | Dimapur |

Mizoram | Aizawl |

Sikkim | Gangtok |

Tripura | Agartala |

West Bengal | Kolkata |

## Documents Required at Exam

- ATIT 2020 hall ticket
- Valid photo ID

**1**College Accepting Admission through ATIT

The authorities shall announce ATIT 2021 results online on the official website. The result of ATIT will be announced in the form of admitted and waiting list. ATIT results can be accessed through the official website with the help of the ATIT application no. and date of birth. Candidates who qualify ATIT 2021 will be eligible to participate in the counselling and allotment of seats available at participating institutes.

## ATIT 2021 Counselling

Mode of Counselling: Offline

Aspirant declared eligible in ATIT 2021 exam will be called for participating in the counselling process. They need to download the call letter for counselling which specifies the time, date and venue for ATIT counselling 2021.

Candidates must indicate their preferred campus and branch while registering for ATIT 2021 counselling. They must carry the requisite documents in original for verification as specified by the University and attend the counselling in person. After allotment of seat, they are required to verify the seat by paying the specified admission fee.

## ATIT 2021 Selection Process

There will be to ways of selecting candidates for B.Tech programmes. Candidates who participated in ATIT 2021 and those who appeared for JEE Main 2021 or other state or national level engineering entrance tests.

**ATIT**** 2021**On the basis of score obtained in ATIT 2021 and personal interview, candidate will be offered admission on provisional basis until they satisfy all eligibility criteria set for admission. Such candidates have to submit the proof of qualifying exam (Class 12 or equivalent) on or before the last date set for this purpose.

**Other EXams - JEE Mains 2021/State Level /Other National Level Engineering Entrance Tests 2020**

On the basis of Score obtained in the concerned Entrance Exam and Interview, aspirant will be offered admission on provisional basis until they satisfy all eligibility criteria set for admission.

The candidates will be needed to submit the proof of qualifying exam i.e. Class 12 or equivalent, on or before the last date set for this purpose.

## Documents Required at Counselling

- ATIT call letter
- Proof of ATIT score /JEE Main score
- Marksheets of class 10th and 12th
- Birth Certificate
- Migration or Transfer Certificate
- Completion certificate from concerned board for qualifying exam

## General Information

## Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

**Question: **What is the eligibility criteria for ATIT 2021?

**Answer: **

Candidates appearing for ATIT 2021 exam for B.Tech admissions should have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with 60% aggregate marks and Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English as compulsory subjects.

**Question: **How can I apply for ICFAI Tech ATIT?

**Answer: **

Candidates can apply either in online or offline modes.

**Question: **How can I fill ATIT application form 2021 in offline mode?

**Answer: **

For applying in offline mode, candidates have to obtain the ATIT 2021 application form from the institute and send the completely filled application along with a demand draft of Rs 500 payable at Hyderabad.

**Question: **What is the ATIT application fee 2021?

**Answer: **

The application fee of ATIT 2021 is Rs 500.

**Question: **How can I download the admit card of ATIT 2021?

**Answer: **

Candidates can download the ATIT admit cards 2021 from the official website after completing the slot booking process.

## Questions related to ATIT

### is there negative marking in atit exam?

In ATIT 2020 (conducted by ICFAI Foundation of Higher Education, Hyderabad), there will be a total of 120 questions with 30 questions each from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English. The duration of the exam will be 120 minutes.1 mark will be awarded for each correct answer and there will be no negative marking for incorrect answers or unattempted questions.

For more information about ATIT 2020 along with preparation tips by our team of experts, kindly visit : https://engineering.careers360.com/exams/atit

I hope this answer will help you.

### how to prepare for ATIT entrance exam for ICPAI Hyderabad

ATIT is a university level online entrance exam of 2 hours.It consists of four sections Physics,Chemistry,Mathematics and English with 20 marks in each section.You should download past year question papers and can prepare for the exam accordingly.Just get the reference books and Practise, Analyze and Revise

You can get the syllabus and preparation strategy from the link below.

https://engineering.careers360.com/exams/atit

I hope this helps.

### where can i get past year papers and mock tests

You can get previous year question papers ATIT by going to our page the link for the same is provided below

https://engineering.careers360.com/download/sample-papers/atit-sample-paper

These previous papers ATIT EXAMINATION will help you to know the types of questions asked in ATIT, you will understand the important topics for ATIT, you will also get to know your preparation level .

Best of luck for your ATIT examination.

Thankyou

### how many marks to be scored to get top rank in this entrance exam

HI MUJAHED

Cut off is the base denotes that up-and-comers need to acquire to be qualified for affirmation.

With the assistance of cut off imprints, the college will choose the best fitted contender for undergrad building courses.

ITSAT 2019 Result will be reported on May 7, 2019.

ITSAT Cut off 2019 score will help competitors in deciding their odds of getting a course of their decision.

The college will send a call letter to up-and-comers who have scored over the cut off imprints.

ITSAT 2019 Factors Affecting Cut off

ITSAT 2019 cut off imprints assume a tremendous job in figuring out which up-and-comers will be offered confirmation by the ICFAI University.

A large number of up-and-comers show up for ITSAT and by declaring the cut off imprints, the college expects to waitlist meriting competitors who will be offered confirmation. In the wake of considering components like-

Trouble level of the inquiries posed in the test

Number of up-and-comers showed up

All out number of seats

ITSAT 2019 expected cut off imprints will be somewhere in the range of 80 and 85.

On the off chance that up-and-comers score over 85, they will be called for guiding.

On the off chance that they score somewhere in the range of 80 and 85, they get an opportunity.

On the off chance that they score underneath 80, they don't get any opportunity of getting confirmation .

### I havent give any test or exam for admission in engineering now i want admission in btech in computer science ?? How

As today nearly all the good colleges give Admission on basis of jee mains ranking.

But there are some college which give admission on basis of the 12 th percentage marks.(means either they completely have admission on basis of 12 and some college have reserved seat along with jee mains ranking colleges )

So look for those colleges and search about it.

You can go in those colleges ; otherwise you should take drop for jee mains.

Good luck.