Andhra University Engineering Entrance Test (AUEET)
About AUEET 2020
The Directorate of Admissions, Andhra University will conduct the AUEET entrance examination for admission of candidates to Dual Degree engineering programmes offered by the University on August 7. AUEET 2020 admissions to candidates will be offered at two campuses of University: University College of Engineering and Andhra University College of Engineering for Women. The admission authority of University has released the application form of AUEET 2020 in online mode on June 6. The admission authority will release admit card of AUEET 2020 for all candidates who complete the application on July 25. The qualified candidates of AUEET 2020 will be invited to attend counselling process based on rank secured in the entrance examination. At the time of counselling process candidates will have to get their documents verified, after which candidates will be allotted the seat in college. Without the document verification, candidates will not be allotted seat in any programmes.
AUEET 2020 Highlights
Full Exam Name  Andhra University Engineering Entrance Test 
Short Exam Name  AUEET 
Conducting Body  Directorate of Admissions Andhra University University 
Frequency of Conduct  Once a year 
Exam Level  University Level Exam 
Languages  English 
Mode of Application  Online 
Application Fee (General)  1200 Rs [Offline] +1 More 
Mode of Exam  Offline 
Mode of Counselling  Offline 
Exam Duration  1 Hour 30 Minutes 
AUEET 2020 Important Dates
Upcoming Dates and Events
06 Jul, 2020  10 Jul, 2020
Late Fee Application  With late fee of Rs. 1500  Mode: Online ^{Ongoing}
15 Jul, 2020  17 Jul, 2020
Application Correction  Mode: Online
25 Jul, 2020
Admit Card  Mode: Online
07 Aug, 2020 (Tentative)
Exam  Mode: Offline
14 Aug, 2020 (Tentative)
Result  Mode: Online
18 Aug, 2020 (Tentative)
Counselling  Start Date  Mode: Offline
Past Dates and Events
06 Jun, 2020  05 Jul, 2020
Application  Mode: Online
AUEET 2020 Eligibility Criteria
Candidates applying for the admission to dual degree engineering programmes offered by the University must always refer to eligibility criteria of AUEET 2020. The University has set standards for the candidates applying for admission in the university which if not met, admission will not be offered. With the help of eligibility criteria of AUEET 2020, candidates can know whether they are eligible to apply for admission or not. Candidates applying for admission to their preferred course must have secured at least 50% marks in the qualifying examination (10+2 or equivalent) with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects.
AUEET 2020 Application Process
Mode of Application : Online
Mode of Payment : Net Banking  Credit Card  Debit Card  Other
The admission authority of examination has released the application form of AUEET 2020 for candidates who wish to apply for admission in University. AUEET 2020 application form is available only in online mode. Candidates must read the instructions and declaration carefully before start filling the application form. All the details which needs to be entered in the application form of AUEET 2020 should be valid and correct. Applications with incomplete, incorrect or invalid information or details will be rejected by the admission authority. Candidates will have to provide their personal, academic and contact details in application form after which candidates will receive a security code on their registered mobile number and needs to be verified. Application fee can be paid in either online (Credit/Debit Card/Net Banking) or offline mode (through Andhra Bank). It must be noted that hard copy of application form must not be sent to Directorate of Admissions. Candidates can refer to the below mentioned process to fill the application form.
Information to be ready with before filling AUEET 2020 Application Form
 Select the eligible courses
 HallTicket Number of Qualifying Examination
 Percentage of marks and year of Passing of Qualifying Examination, if Passed
 Date of Birth as per SSC records
 Caste in case of SC/ST/BC candidates
 PH/NCC/SPORTS /CAP etc.
 Parental Income Upto One lakh or up to Two lakhs or more than Two Lakhs (rupees)
 Study or Residence (from M.R.O) or relevant certificate for proof of local status
Process to Fill the Application Form of AUEET 2020
Step 1 Fill Application Form: Candidates applying for the admission to dual degree engineering programmes as offered by the University will be able to access the application form of AUEET from online admission portal. Candidates must provide their personal information, communication/contact details and academic details in required fields. All the details must be correct and valid.
Step 2 Upload Documents: Candidates must be ready with scanned images of their recent passport size photograph and signature in prescribed format.
Step 3 Review the Application: After all details are entered and before proceeding to the payment page, candidates are advised to review their application form to check whether all the information entered are correct. If candidates wishes to make some changes, he/she can do it and then proceed to next step.
Step 4 Payment of Application Fee: The application fee of AUEET 2020 can be paid in either online or offline mode. Online mode of payment can be done by Credit Card or Debit Card or Net Banking. The offline mode of payment can be done either at Andhra Bank or through SBI Challan. When the payment has been made, candidates will receive a confirmation message on their registered mobile number.
Step 5 Submission of Application Form: After the payment is successful, candidates can submit their application by clicking on "Submit". The application form will be available for download in PDF format. Candidates must download and keep the application form safely for further reference. If required, candidates can even get the printout of the same. It must be noted that candidates are not required to send their application form to the authorities.
Application Fees
Category  Quota  Mode  Gender  Amount 

General, OBC  Online, Offline  Female, Male  ₹ 1200  
SC, ST  Online, Offline  Female, Male  ₹ 1000 
AUEET 2020 Syllabus
Mathematics
Algebra 

Types of functions 
Domain, range and inverse of real valued functions 
Principle of mathematical induction & theorems 
Applications of mathematical induction 
Mathematical Induction 
Types of matrices 
Scalar multiple of a matrix and multiplication of matrices 
Transpose of a matrix 
Determinant 
Adjoint and inverse of a matrix 
Consistency and inconsistency of equations 
Rank of a matrix 
Solution of simultaneous linear equations 
Complex number as an ordered pair of real numbers 
Fundamental operations 
Representation of complex numbers in the form a+ib 
Modulus and amplitude of complex numbers 
Llustrations 
Geometrical and polar representation of complex numbers in argand plane 
Argand diagram 
Multiconceptual problem on the above concepts 
De moivre’s theorem 
Integral and rational indices 
Nth roots of unity 
Geometrical interpretations 
Quadratic expressions 
Equations in one variable 
Sign of quadratic expressions 
Change in signs 
Maximum and minimum values 
Quadratic inequations 
The relation between the roots and coefficients in an equation 
Solving the equations when two or more roots of it are connected by certain relation 
Equation with real coefficients 
Occurrence of complex roots in conjugate pairs and its consequences 
Transformation of equations 
Reciprocal equations 
Permutations and combinations 
Fundamental principle of counting 
Linear and circular permutations 
Permutations of ‘n’ dissimilar things taken ‘r’ at a time 
Permutations when repetitions allowed 
Circular permutations 
Permutations with constraint repetitions 
Combinationsdefinitions 
Certain theorems and their applications 
Binomial theorem for positive integral index 
Binomial theorem for rational index 
Approximations using binomial theorem 
Partial fractions of f(x)/g(x) where both f(x) and g(x) are polynomials and when g(x) contains non 
Repeated linear factors 
Partial fractions of f(x)/g(x) when g(x) contains repeated and/or nonrepeated linear factors 
Partial fractions of f(x)/g(x) when g(x) contains irreducible factors 
Trigonometry 

Trigonometric ratios up to transformations 
Graphs and periodicity of trigonometric functions 
Trigonometric ratios and compound angles 
Trigonometric ratios of multiple and sub angles 
Transformations 
Sum and product rules 
General solution of trigonometric equations 
Simple trigonometric equations 
To reduce a trigonometric function into a bijection 
Graphs of inverse trigonometric functions 
Properties of inverse trigonometric functions 
Definition of hyperbolic function 
Graphs 
Definition of inverse hyperbolic functions 
Addition formulae of hyperbolic functions 
Relation between sides and angles of a triangle 
Cosine rules 
Tangent and projection rules 
Half angle formulae and areas of a triangle 
Incircle and excircle of a triangle 
Vector algebra 

Vectors as a triad of real numbers 
Classification of vectors 
Addition of vectors 
Scalar multiplication 
Angle between two non zero vectors 
Linear combination of vectors 
Component of a vector in three dimensions 
Vector equations of line and plane including their cartesian equivalent forms 
Scalar product 
Geometrical interpretations 
Orthogonal projections 
Properties of dot product 
Expression of dot product in i, j, k system 
Angle between two vectors 
Geometrical vector methods 
Vector equations of plane in normal form 
Angle between two planes 
Vector product of two vectors and properties 
Vector product in i, j, k system 
Vector areas 
Scalar triple product 
Vector equations of plane in different forms, skew lines, shortest distance and their cartesian equivalents 
Plane through the line of intersection of two planes 
Condition for coplanarity of two lines 
Perpendicular distance of a point from a plane 
Angle between line and a plane 
Cartesian equivalents of all these results 
Vector triple product 
Probability 

Measures of dispersion 
Range 
Mean deviation 
Variance and standard deviation of ungrouped/grouped data 
Coefficient of variation and analysis of frequency distribution with equal means but different variances 
For ungrouped data 
For grouped data 
Random experiments and events 
Classical definition of probability 
Axiomatic approach and addition theorem of probability 
Independent and dependent events 
Conditional probability 
Multiplication theorem 
Bayee’s theorem 
Random variables 
Theoretical discrete distributions 
Binomial and poisson distributions 
Coordinate geometry 

Definition of locus 
Illustrations 
To find equations of locus 
Problems connected to it 
Transformation of axes 
Rules, derivations and illustrations 
Rotation of axes 
Derivations of illustrations 
Revision of fundamental results 
Straight line 
Normal form 
Illustrations of straight line 
Symmetric form of straight line 
Reduction into various forms 
Intersection of two straight lines 
Family of straight lines 
Concurrent lines 
Condition for concurrent lines 
Angle between two lines 
Length of perpendicular from a point to a line 
Distance between two parallel lines 
Properties related to a triangle 
Equations of pair of lines passing through origin 
Between a pair of lines 
Condition for perpendicular and coincident lines 
Bisectors of angles 
Pair of bisectors of angles 
Pair of lines 
Second degree general equation 
Conditions for parallel lines 
Distance between them 
Point of intersection of pair of lines 
Homogenizing a second degree equation with a first degree equation in x and y 
Equation of circle 
Standard form 
Centre and radius 
Equation of a circle with a given line segment as diameter & equation of circle through three non collinear points 
Parametric equations of a circle 
Position of a point in the plane of a circle 
Power of a point 
Definition of tangent 
Length of tangent 
Position of a straight line in the plane of a circle 
Conditions for a line to be tangent 
Chord joining two points on a circle 
Equation of the tangent at a point on the circle 
Point of contact 
Equation of normal 
Chord of contact 
Pole and polar 
Conjugate points and conjugate lines 
Equation of chord with given middle point in term of midpoint 
Relative position of two circles 
Circles touching each other externally 
Internally common tangents 
Centers of similitude 
Equation of pair of tangents from an external point 
Angle between two intersecting circles 
Radical axis of two circles 
Properties 
Common chord and common tangent of two circles 
Radical centre 
Intersection of a line and a circle 
Conic sections of parabola 
Equation of parabola in standard form 
Different forms of parabola 
Parametric equations 
Equations of tangent and normal at a point on the parabola 
Conditions for straight line to be a tangent 
Equation of ellipse in standard form 
Parametric equations of ellipse 
Equation of tangent and normal at a point on the ellipse 
Condition for a straight line to be a tangent of ellipse 
Equation of hyperbola in standard form 
Equations of tangent and normal at a point on the hyperbola 
Conditions for a straight line to be a tangent and asymptotes 
Three dimensional coordinates 
Section formulae 
Centroid of a triangle and tetrahedron 
Direction cosines 
Direction ratios 
Cartesian equation of plane 
Simple illustrations 
Calculus 

Intervals and neighbourhoods 
Limits 
Standard limits 
Continuity 
Derivative of a function, its geometrical and physical significance 
Elementary properties 
Trigonometric 
Rational, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions 
Hyperbolic 
Inverse hyperbolic function 
Derivatives 
Methods of differentiation 
Second order derivatives 
Errors and approximations 
Geometrical interpretation of a derivative 
Equations of tangents and normals 
Lengths of tangent 
Normal 
Sub tangent and sub normal 
Angles between two curves and condition for orthogonality of curves 
Derivative as rate of change 
Increasing and decreasing functions 
Rolle’s theorem and lagrange’s mean value theorem without proofs and their geometrical interpretation 
Maxima and minima 
Integration as the inverse process of differentiation 
Standard forms 
Properties of integrals 
Method of substitution 
Integration of algebraic 
Exponential 
Logarithmic 
Trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions 
Integration by parts 
Integration by partial fractions method 
Reduction formulae 
Definite integral as the limit of sum 
Fundamental theorem of integral calculus 
Properties of reduction formulae 
Interpretation of definite integral as an area 
Application of definite integral to areas 
Formation of differential equation 
Degree and order of an ordinary differential equation 
Variables separable method 
Homogeneous differential equation 
Non  homogeneous differential equation 
Linear differential equations 
Physics
Physical world 

Scope and excitement of physics 
Physics 
Technology and society 
Fundamental forces in nature 
Gravitational force 
Electromagnetic force 
Strong nuclear force 
Weak nuclear force 
Towards unification of forces 
Nature of physical laws 
Units and measurements 

The international system of units 
Measurement of length 
Measurement of large distances 
Estimation of very small distances 
Size of a molecule 
Range of lengths 
Measurement of mass 
Range of masses 
Measurement of time 
Accuracy 
Precision of instruments and errors in measurement 
Systematic errors 
Random errors 
Least count error 
Absolute error 
Relative error and percentage error 
Combination of errors 
Significant figures 
Rules for arithmetic operations with significant figures 
Rounding off the uncertain digits 
Rules for determining the uncertainty in the results of arithmetic calculations 
Dimensions of physical quantities 
Dimensional formulae and dimensional equations 
Dimensional analysis and its applications 
Checking the dimensional consistency of equations 
Deducing relation among the physical quantities 
Motion in a straight line 

Position 
Path length and displacement 
Average velocity and average speed 
Instantaneous velocity and speed 
Acceleration 
Kinematic equations for uniformly accelerated motion 
Relative velocity 
Motion in a plane 

Scalars and vectors 
Position and displacement vectors 
Equality of vectors 
Multiplication of vectors by real numbers 
Addition and subtraction of vectors 
Graphical method 
Resolution of vectors 
Vector addition 
Analytical method 
Motion in a plane 
Position vector and displacement 
Velocity 
Acceleration 
Motion in a plane with constant acceleration 
Relative velocity in two dimensions 
Projectile motion 
Equation of path of a projectile 
Time of maximum height 
Maximum height of a projectile 
Horizontal range of projectile 
Uniform circular motion 
Laws of motion 

Aristotle’s fallacy 
The law of inertia 
Newton's first law of motion 
Newton's second law of motion 
Momentum 
Impulse 
Newton's Third law of motion 
Conservation of momentum 
Equilibrium of a particle 
Common forces in mechanics 
Friction 
Types of friction 
Static 
Kinetic and rolling frictions 
Circular motion 
Motion of a car on a level road 
Motion of a car on a banked road 
Solving problems in mechanics 
Work, energy and power 

The scalar product 
Notions of work and kinetic energy 
The workenergy theorem 
Work and kinetic energy 
Work done by a variable force 
The workenergy theorem for a variable force 
The concept of potential energy 
The conservation of mechanical energy 
The potential energy of a spring 
Various forms of energy 
Heat and chemical energy 
Electrical energy 
The equivalence of mass and energy 
Nuclear energy 
The principle of conservation of energy 
Power 
Collisions 
Elastic and inelastic collisions 
Collisions in one dimension 
Coefficient of restitution and its determination 
Collisions in two dimensions 
Systems of particles and rotational motion 

Rigid body motion 
Centre of mass 
Centre of gravity 
Motion of centre of mass 
Linear momentum of a system of particles 
Vector product of two vectors 
Angular velocity and its relation with linear velocity 
Angular acceleration 
Kinematics of rotational motion about a fixed axis 
Moment of force 
Angular momentum of particle 
Torque and angular momentum for a system of a particles 
Conservation of angular momentum 
Equilibrium of a rigid body 
Principle of moments 
Moment of inertia 
Theorems of perpendicular and parallel axes 
Dynamics of rotational motion about a fixed axis 
Angular momentum in case of rotation about a fixed axis 
Rolling motion 
Kinetic energy of rolling motion 
Oscillations 

Periodic and oscillatory motions 
Period and frequency 
Displacement 
Simple Harmonic Motion 
Simple harmonic motion and uniform circular motion 
Velocity and acceleration in simple harmonic motion 
Force law for simple harmonic motion 
Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion 
Some systems executing simple harmonic motion 
Oscillations due to a spring 
The simple pendulum 
Damped simple harmonic motion 
Forced oscillations and resonance 
Gravitation 

Kepler’s laws 
Universal law of gravitation 
Central forces 
The gravitational constant 
Acceleration due to gravity of the earth 
Acceleration due to gravity below and above the surface of earth 
Gravitational potential energy 
Escape speed 
Orbital speed 
Earth satellites 
Energy of an orbiting satellite 
Geostationary and polar satellites 
Weightlessness 
Mechanical properties of solids 

Elastic behaviour of solids 
Stress and strain 
Hooke's law 
Stressstrain curve 
Elastic moduli 
Young's modulus 
Determination of young’s modulus of the material of a wire 
Shear modulus 
Bulk modulus 
Poisson's Ratio 
Elastic potential energy in a stretched wire 
Applications of elastic behaviour of materials 
Mechanical properties of fluids 

Pressure 
Pascal's law 
Variation of pressure with depth 
Atmospheric pressure and gauge pressure 
Hydraulic machines 
Archimedes’ principle 
Streamline flow 
Bernoulli’s principle 
Speed of efflux 
Torricelli’s law 
Venturimeter 
Blood flow and heart attack 
Dynamic lift 
Viscosity 
Variation of viscosity of fluids with temperature 
Stokes' law 
Reynolds number 
Critical velocity 
Surface tension and surface energy 
Angle of contact 
Drops and bubbles 
Capillary rise 
Detergents and surface tension 
Thermal properties of matter 

Temperature and heat 
Measurement of temperature 
Idealgas equation and absolute temperature 
Thermal expansion 
Specific heat capacity 
Calorimetry 
Change of state 
Triple point 
Regelation 
Latent heat 
Heat transfer 
Conduction 
Convection 
Radiation 
Black body radiation 
Greenhouse effect 
Newton’s law of cooling and its experimental verification 
Thermodynamics 

Thermal equilibrium 
Zeroth law of thermodynamics 
Heat 
Internal energy and work 
First law of thermodynamics 
Specific heat capacity 
Specific heat capacity of water 
Thermodynamic state variables and equation of state 
Thermodynamic processes 
Quasistatic process 
Isothermal process 
Adiabatic process 
Isochoric process 
Isobaric process 
Cyclic process 
Heat engines 
Refrigerators and heat pumps 
Second law of thermodynamics 
Reversible and irreversible processes 
Carnot engine 
Carnot’s theorem 
Kinetic theory 

Molecular nature of matter 
Behaviour of gases 
Boyle's law 
Charles’ law 
Kinetic theory of an ideal gas 
Pressure of an ideal gas 
Kinetic interpretation of temperature 
Law of equipartition of energy 
Specific heat capacity 
Monatomic gases 
Diatomic gases 
Polyatomic gases 
Specific heat capacity of solids 
Specific heat capacity of water 
Mean free path 
Waves 

Transverse and longitudinal waves 
Displacement relation in a progressive wave 
Amplitude and phase 
Wavelength and angular wave number 
Period 
Angular frequency and frequency 
The speed of a travelling wave 
Speed of a transverse wave on stretched string 
Speed of a longitudinal wave 
The principle of superposition of waves 
Reflection of waves 
Standing waves and normal modes 
Beats 
Source moving and observer stationary 
Observer moving and source stationary 
Both source and observer moving 
Ray optics and optical instruments 

Reflection of light by spherical mirrors 
Sign convention 
Focal length of spherical mirrors 
The mirror equation 
Refraction 
Total internal reflection 
Total internal reflection in nature and its technological applications 
Refraction at spherical surfaces and by lenses 
Power of a lens 
Combination of thin lenses in contact 
Refraction through a prism 
Dispersion by a prism 
Some natural phenomena due to sunlight 
The rainbow 
Scattering of light 
Optical Instruments 
The eye 
The simple and compound microscopes 
Refracting telescope and cassegrain reflecting telescope 
Wave optics 

Huygens principle 
Refraction and reflection of plane waves using huygens principle 
Refraction in a rarer medium 
Reflection of a plane wave by a plane surface 
The doppler effect 
Coherent and incoherent addition of waves 
Interference of light waves and young‘s experiment 
Diffraction 
The single slit diffraction 
Resolving power of optical instruments 
The validity of ray optics 
Polarisation 
Polarisation by scattering 
Polarisation by reflection 
Electric charges and fields 

Electric charge 
Conductors and insulators 
Charging by induction 
Basic properties of electric charges 
Additivity of charges 
Conservation of charge 
Quantization of charge 
Coulomb's law 
Forces between multiple charges 
Electric field 
Electric field due to a system of charges 
Physical significance of electric field 
Electric field lines 
Electric flux 
Electric dipole 
The field of an electric dipole for points on the axial line and on the equatorial plane 
Physical significance of dipoles 
Dipole in a uniform external field 
Continuous charge distribution 
Gauss’s law 
Applications of gauss’s law 
Field due to an infinitely long straight uniformly charged wire 
Field due to a uniformly charged infinite plane sheet 
Field due to a uniformly charged thin spherical shell 
Electrostatic potential and capacitance 

Electrostatic potential 
Potential due to a point charge 
Potential due to an electric dipole 
Potential due to a system of charges 
Equipotential surfaces 
Relation between field and potential 
Potential energy of a system of charges 
Potential energy in an external field 
Potential energy of a single charge 
Potential energy of a system of two charges in an external field 
Potential energy of a dipole in an external field 
Electrostatics of conductors 
Electrostatic shielding 
Dielectrics and polarisation 
Electric displacement 
Capacitors and capacitance 
The parallel plate capacitor 
Effect of dielectric on capacitance 
Combination of capacitors 
Capacitors in series 
Capacitors in parallel 
Energy stored in a capacitor 
Van De Graaff generator 
Current electricity 

Electric current (current electricity) 
Electric current in conductors 
Ohm's law 
Drift of electrons and the origin of resistivity 
Mobility 
Limitations of ohm’s law 
Resistivity of various materials 
Colour code of resistors 
Temperature dependence of resistivity 
Electrical energy 
Power 
Combination of resistors 
Series and parallel 
Cells 
EMF 
Internal resistance 
Cells in series and in parallel 
Kirchhoff’s rules 
Wheatstone bridge 
Meter bridge 
Potentiometer 
Moving charges and magnetism 

Magnetic force 
Sources and fields 
Magnetic field 
Lorentz force 
Magnetic force on a current carrying conductor 
Motion in a magnetic field 
Helical motion of charged particles 
Motion in combined electric and magnetic fields 
Velocity selector 
Cyclotron 
Magnetic field due to a current element 
Biot – savart’s law 
Magnetic field on the axis of a circular current loop 
Ampere’s circuital law 
The solenoid and the toroid 
Force between two parallel current carrying conductors 
The ampere 
Torque on current loop 
Magnetic dipole 
Torque on a rectangular current loop in a uniform magnetic field 
Circular current loop as a magnetic dipole 
The magnetic dipole moment of a revolving electron 
The moving coil galvanometer 
Conversion into ammeter and voltmeter 
Magnetism and matter 

The bar magnet 
The magnetic field lines 
Bar magnet as an equivalent solenoid 
The dipole in a uniform magnetic field 
The electrostatic analog 
Magnetism and gauss’s law 
The earth’s magnetism 
Magnetic declination and dip 
Magnetisation and magnetic intensity 
Susceptibility 
Magnetic properties of materials 
Diamagnetism 
Paramagnetism 
Ferromagnetism 
Hysteresis loop 
Permanent magnets and electromagnets 
Electromagnetic induction 

The experiments of faraday and henry 
Magnetic flux 
Faraday’s law of induction 
Lenz’s law and conservation of energy 
Motional electromotive force 
Energy consideration 
A quantitative study 
Eddy currents 
Inductance 
Mutual inductance 
Self inductance 
Ac generator 
Alternating current 

Ac voltage applied to a resistor 
Representation of ac current and voltage by rotating vectors 
Phasors 
Ac voltage applied to an inductor 
Ac voltage applied to a capacitor 
Ac voltage applied to a series lcr circuit 
Phasor and diagram solution 
Analytical solution 
Resonance 
Sharpness of resonance 
Power in ac circuit 
The power factor 
LC oscillations 
Transformers 
Electromagnetic waves 

Displacement current 
Maxwell's equations 
Electromagnetic waves 
Sources of electromagnetic waves 
Nature of electromagnetic waves 
Radio waves 
Microwaves 
Infrared waves 
Visible rays 
Ultraviolet rays 
Xrays 
Gamma rays 
Dual nature of radiation and matter 

Electron emission 
Photoelectric effect 
Hertz’s observations 
Hallwachs and lenard’s observations 
Experimental study of photoelectric effect 
Effect of intensity of light on photocurrent 
Effect of potential on photoelectric current 
Effect of frequency of incident radiation on stopping potential 
Photoelectric effect and wave theory of lightv 
Einstein’s photoelectric equation 
Energy quantum of radiation 
Particle nature of light 
The photon 
Wave nature of matter 
Photocell 
Davisson and germer experiment 
Atoms 

Alpha particle scattering and rutherford’s nuclear model of atom 
Alpha particle trajectory 
Electron orbits 
Atomic spectra 
Spectral series 
Bohr model of the hydrogen atom 
Energy levels 
Franck – hertz experiment 
The line spectra of the hydrogen atom 
De broglie’s explanation of bohr’s second postulate of quantization 
Laser light 
Nuclei 

Atomic masses and composition of nucleus 
Discovery of neutron 
Size of the nucleus 
Mass  energy and nuclear binding energy 
Nuclear force 
Radioactivity 
Law of radioactive decay 
Alpha decay 
Beta decay 
Gamma decay 
Nuclear energy 
Fission 
Nuclear Reactor 
Nuclear fusion 
Energy generation in stars 
Controlled thermonuclear fusion 
Semiconductor electronics: materials, devices and simple circuits 

Classification of metals 
Conductors and semiconductors on the basis of conductivity and energy bands 
Band theory of solids 
Intrinsic semiconductor 
Extrinsic semiconductor 
Ptype semiconductor 
Ntype semiconductor 
Pn junction formation 
Semiconductors: Semiconductor diode 
Pn junction diode under forward bias 
Pn junction diode under reverse bias 
Application of junction diode as a rectifier 
Special purpose pn junction diodes 
Zener diode 
Zener diode as voltage regulator 
Optoelectronic junction devices 
Photodiode 
Light emitting diode 
Solar Cell 
Junction transistor 
Structure and action 
Basic transistor circuit configurations and transistor characteristics 
Transistor as a switch and as an amplifier 
Feedback amplifier and transistor oscillator 
Digital electronics and logic gates 
Not, or, and, nand and nor gates, integrated circuits 
Communication systems 

Elements of a communication system 
Basic terminology used in electronic communication systems 
Bandwidth of signals 
Bandwidth of transmission medium 
Propagation of electromagnetic waves 
Ground waves 
Sky waves 
Space wave 
Modulation and its necessity 
Size of the antenna or aerial 
Effective power radiated by an antenna 
Mixing up of signals from different transmitters 
Amplitude modulation 
Production of amplitude modulated wave 
Detection of amplitude modulated wave 
Chemistry
Atomic structure 

Atomic models 
Sub atomic particles 
Rutherford’s nuclear model of atom 
Developments to the bohr’s model of atom 
Nature of electromagnetic radiation 
Particle nature of electromagnetic radiation 
Planck’s quantum theory 
Bohr’s model for hydrogen atom 
Explanation of line spectrum of hydrogen 
Limitations of Bohr's model 
Quantum mechanical considerations of sub atomic particles 
Dual behaviour of matter 
Heisenberg's uncertainty principle 
Quantum mechanical model of an atom 
Important features of quantum mechanical model of atom 
Orbitals and quantum numbers 
Shapes of atomic orbitals 
Energies of orbitals 
Filling of orbitals in atoms 
Aufbau principle 
Pauli’s exclusion principle and hund’s rule of maximum multiplicity 
Electronic configurations of atoms 
Stability of halffilled and completely filled orbitals 
Classification of elements and periodicity in properties 

Need to classify elements 
Genesis of periodic classification 
Modern periodic law and present form of the periodic table 
Nomenclature of elements with atomic number greater than 100 
Electronic configuration of elements and the periodic table 
Electronic configuration and types of elements s,p,d.and f blocks 
Atomic radius 
Ionic radius 
Variation of size in inner transition elements 
Ionization enthalpy 
Electron gain enthalpy 
Electro negativity 
Periodic trends in chemical properties 
Valence or oxidation states 
Anomalous properties of second period elements 
Diagonal Relationship 
Periodic trends and chemical reactivity 
Chemical bonding and molecular structure 

Kossel  lewis approach to chemical bonding 
Octet rule 
Representation of simple molecules 
Formal charges 
Limitations of octet rule 
Ionic or electrovalent bond 
Factors favourable for the formation of ionic compounds 
Crystal structure of sodium chloride 
General properties of ionic compounds 
Bond parameters 
Bond length 
Bond angle 
Bond enthalpy 
Bond order 
Resonance 
Polarity of bonds dipole moment 
Fajan rules 
Valence shell electron pair repulsion (vsepr) theory 
Predicting the geometry of simple molecules 
Valence bond theory 
Orbital overlap concept 
Directional properties of bonds 
Overlapping of atomic orbitals 
Types of overlapping and nature of covalent bonds 
Strength of sigma and pi bonds 
Factors favouring the formation of covalent bonds 
Hybridisation 
Different types of hybridization involving s, p and d orbitals 
Shapes of simple covalent molecules 
Coordinate bond 
Definition with examples 
Molecular orbital theory 
Formation of molecular orbitals 
Linear combination of atomic orbitals (lcao) 
Conditions for combination of atomic orbitals 
Energy level diagrams for molecular orbitals 
Bonding in some homo nuclear diatomic molecules 
H2, he2, li2, b2,c2, n2 and o2 
Hydrogen bonding 
Cause of formation of hydrogen bond 
Types of hydrogen bonds 
Inter and intra molecular 
General properties of hydrogen bonds 
States of matter: gases and liquids 

Intermolecular forces 
Thermal energy 
Intermolecular forces vs thermal interactions 
The gaseous state 
The gas laws 
Ideal gas equation 
Graham’s law of diffusion 
Dalton’s law of partial pressures 
Kinetic molecular theory of gases 
Kinetic gas equation of an ideal gas deduction of gas laws from kinetic gas equation 
Distribution of molecular speeds 
Rms, average and most probable speeds 
Kinetic energy of gas molecules 
Behaviour of real gases 
Deviation from ideal gas behaviour 
Compressibility factor vs pressure diagrams of real gases 
Liquefaction of gases 
Liquid state 
Properties of liquids in terms of inter molecular interactions 
Vapour pressure 
Viscosity and surface tension 
Stoichiometry 

Some basic concepts 
Properties of matter 
Uncertainty in measurement 
Significant figures 
Dimensional analysis 
Laws of chemical combinations 
Law of conservation of mass 
Law of definite proportions 
Law of multiple proportions 
Gay lussac's law of gaseous volumes 
Dalton's atomic theory 
Avogadro law and examples 
Atomic and molecular masses 
Mole concept and molar mass 
Concept of equivalent weight 
Percentage composition of compounds and calculations of empirical and molecular formulae of compounds 
Stoichiometry and stoichiometric calculations 
Limiting reagent 
Methods of expressing concentrations of solutions 
Mass percent 
Mole fraction 
Molarity 
Molarity and normality 
Redox reactions 
Classical idea of redox reactions 
Oxidation and reduction reactions 
Redox reactions in terms of electron transfer 
Oxidation number concept 
Types of redox reactions 
Combination decomposition 
Displacement and disproportionation reactions 
Balancing of redox reactions 
Oxidation number method half reaction method 
Redox reactions in titrimetry 
Thermodynamics 

Thermodynamic terms 
The system and the surroundings 
Types of systems and surroundings 
The state of the system 
The internal energy as a state function 
Work 
Heat 
The general case 
The first law of thermodynamics 
Applications 
Enthalpy 
H a useful new state function 
Extensive and intensive properties 
Heat capacity 
The relationship between cp and cv 
Measurement of u and h 
Calorimetry 
Enthalpy change 
Rh of reactions 
Reaction enthalpy 
Standard enthalpy of reactions 
Enthalpy changes 
Enthalpy changes during transformations 
Standard enthalpy of formation 
Thermo chemical equations 
Hess's law of constant heat summation 
Enthalpies for different types of reactions 
Standard enthalpy of combustion 
Enthalpy of atomization(δah ) 
Phase transition 
Sublimation and ionization 
Bond enthalpy (δbondh ) 
Enthalpy of solution (δsolh ) and dilution 
lattice enthalpy 
Spontaneity 
Is decrease in enthalpy a criterion for spontaneity 
Entropy and spontaneity 
The second law of thermodynamics 
Gibbs energy and spontaneity 
Gibbs energy change and equilibrium 
Absolute entropy and the third law of thermodynamics 
Chemical equilibrium and acidsbases 

Equilibrium in physical process 
Equilibrium in chemical process 
Dynamic equilibrium 
Law of chemical equilibrium 
Law of mass action and equilibrium constant 
Homogeneous equilibria 
Equilibrium constant in gaseous systems 
Relationship between kp and kc 
Applications of equilibrium constant 
Relationship between equilibrium constant k 
Reaction quotient q and gibbs energy g 
Factors effecting equilibria 
Lechatlier principle application to industrial synthesis of ammonia and sulphur trioxide 
Ionic equilibrium in solutions 
Acids 
Bases and salts 
Arrhenius 
Bronsted 
Lowry and lewis concepts of acids and bases 
Ionisation of acids and bases 
Ionisation constant of water and its ionic product 
Ph scale 
Ionisation constants of weak acids 
Ionisation of weak bases 
Relation between ka and kbdi and poly basic acids and di and poly acidic bases 
Factors affecting acid strength 
Common ion effect in the ionization of acids and bases 
Hydrolysis of salts and pH of their solutions 
Buffer solutions 
Designing of buffer solution 
Preparation of acidic buffer 
Solubility equilibria of sparingly soluble salts 
Solubility product constant common ion effect on solubility of ionic salts 
Hydrogen and its compounds 

Position of hydrogen in the periodic table 
Dihydrogen 
Occurence and isotopes 
Properties of dihydrogen 
Hydrides 
Ionic, covalent, and nonstiochiometric hydrides 
Water 
Physical properties 
Structure of water 
Ice 
Chemical properties of water 
Hard and soft water 
Temporary and permanent hardness of water 
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 
Preparation 
Structure and chemical properties 
Storage and uses 
Heavy Water 
Hydrogen as a fuel 
The s  block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals), group 1 elements 

Alkali metals 
Electronic configurations 
Atomic and ionic radii 
Ionization enthalpy 
Hydration enthalpy 
Physical properties 
Chemical properties 
Uses 
General characteristics of the compounds of the alkali metals 
Oxides 
Halides (excluding fluoride) 
Salts of oxo acids 
Anomalous properties of lithium 
Differences and similarities with other alkali metals 
Diagonal Relationship 
Similarities between lithium and magnesium 
Some important compounds of sodium 
Sodium Carbonate 
Sodium Chloride 
Sodium hydroxide 
Sodium hydrogen carbonate 
Biological importance of Sodium and Potassium 
Group 2 elements 

Alkaline earth elements 
Electronic configuration 
Ionization enthalpy 
Hydration enthalpy 
Physical properties 
Chemical properties 
Uses 
General characteristics of compounds of the alkaline earth metals 
Oxides 
Hydroxides 
Halides (excluding fluoride) 
Salts of oxoacids 
Anomalous behavior of beryllium 
Its diagonal relationship with aluminium 
Some important compounds of calcium 
Preparation and uses of calcium oxide 
Calcium hydroxide 
Calcium carbonate 
Plaster of paris 
Cement 
Biological importance of calcium and magnesium 
P block elements group 13 (boron family) 

General introduction 
Electronic configuration 
Atomic radii 
Ionization enthalpy 
Electro negativity 
Physical and chemical properties 
Important trends and anomalous properties of boron 
Some important compounds of boron 
Borax 
Ortho boric acid,diborane 
Uses of boron 
Aluminium and their compounds 
Pblock elements, group 14 (carbon family) 

General introduction 
Electronic configuration 
Atomic radii 
Ionization enthalpy 
Electro negativity 
Physical and chemical properties 
Important trends and anomalous properties of carbon 
Allotropes of carbon 
Uses of carbon 
Some important compounds of carbon and silicon 
Carbonmonoxide 
Carbon dioxide 
Silica, silicones, silicates and zeolites 
Environmental chemistry 

Air, water and soil pollutions 
Environmental pollution 
Atmospheric pollution 
Tropospheric pollution 
Gaseous air pollutants (oxides of sulphur; oxides of nitrogen 
Preparation and properties: Hydrocarbons, monohydric alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, monocarboxylic acids, primary amines, benzene, nitrobenzene, aniline, phenol, benzaldehyde, benzoic acid, grignard reagent 
Oxides of carbon (co, co2) 
Global warming and green house effect 
Acid rain 
Particulate pollutantssmoke, dust, smog. fumes, mist and their sources,harmful effects and prevention 
Smog 
Stratospheric pollution 
Formation and breakdown of ozone 
Ozone hole 
Effects of depletion of the ozone layer 
Water pollution 
Causes of water pollution 
International standards for drinking water 
Soil pollution 
Pesticides 
Industrial wastes 
Strategies to control environmental pollution 
Waste management 
Collection and disposal 
Green chemistry 
Green chemistry in daytoday life 
Dry cleaning of clothes 
Bleaching of paper 
Synthesis of chemicals 
Organic chemistrysome basic principles and techniques and hydrocarbons 

Tetravalency of carbon: shapes of organic compounds 
Structural representations of organic compounds 
Classification of organic compounds 
Nomenclature of organic compounds 
Isomerism  Structural and stereoisomerism 
Fundamental concepts in organic reaction mechanisms 
Fission of covalent bond 
Nucleophiles and electrophiles 
Electron movements in organic reactions 
Electron displacement effects in covalent bonds 
Inductive effect 
Resonance 
Resonance effect 
Electrometric effect 
Hyperconjugation 
Types of organic reactions 
Methods of purification of organic compounds 
Qualitative elemental analysis of organic compounds 
Quantitative elemental analysis of organic compounds 
Hydrocarbons 

Classification of Hydrocarbons 
Alkanes 
Nomenclature, isomerism 
Preparation of alkanes 
Properties 
Physical properties and chemical reactivity 
Substitution reactions 
Halogenation 
Combustion 
Controlled oxidation 
Isomerisation 
Aromatization 
Reaction with steam and pyrolysis 
Structure of ethene 
Structural and geometrical 
Methods of Preparation 
Physical and chemical reactions 
Addition of Hydrogen 
Halogen 
Water 
Sulphuric acid 
Hydrogen halides 
Mechanism 
Ionic and peroxide effect 
Markovnikov’s 
Antimarkovnikov’s or kharasch effect 
Oxidation 
Ozonolysis and polymerization 
Nomenclature and isomerism 
Structure of acetylene 
Methods of preparation of acetylene 
Physical properties 
Chemical reactions 
Acidic character of acetylene 
addition reactions of hydrogen 
Hydrogen halides and water 
Polymerization 
Aromatic hydrocarbons 
Structure of benzene 
Resonance and aromaticity 
Preparation of benzene 
Chemical properties 
Mechanism of electrophilic substitution 
Electrophilic substitution reactions, halogenation, nitration, sulphonation, FriedelCrafts alkylation and acylation 
Nitration 
Sulphonation 
Friedelcraft’ alkylation and acylation 
Directive influence of functional groups in mono substituted benzene 
Carcinogenicity and toxicity 
Solid state 

General characteristics of solid state 
Amorphous and crystalline solids 
Classification of crystalline solids based on different binding forces 
Probing the structure of solids 
Xray crystallography 
Crystal lattices and unit cells 
Bravais lattices 
Primitive and centred unit cells 
Number of atoms in a unit cell 
Primitive, body centred and face centred cubic unit cell 
Close packed structures 
Close packing in one dimension 
In two dimensions and in three dimensions 
Tetrahedral and octahedral voids 
Formula of a compound and number of voids filled 
Locating tetrahedral and octahedral voids 
Packing efficiency in simple cubic 
Bcc and in hcp, ccp lattice 
Calculations involving unit cell dimensions 
Density of the unit cell 
Imperfections in solids 
Types of point defects 
Stoichiometric and nonstoichiometric defects 
Electricalproperties 
Conduction of electricity in metals 
Semiconductors and Insulators 
Band theory of metals 
Magnetic properties 
Solutions 

Types of solutions 
Expressing concentration of solutions 
Mass percentage 
Volume percentage 
Mass by volume percentage 
Parts per million 
Mole fraction 
Molarity and molality 
Solubility product, common ion effect, pH and buffer solutions 
Olubility of a solid in a liquid 
Solubility of a gas in a liquid 
Henry’s law 
Vapour pressure of liquid solutions 
Vapour pressure of liquid 
Liquid solutions 
Raoult’s law as a special case of henry’s law 
Vapour pressure of solutions of solids in liquids 
Ideal and nonideal solutions 
Colligative properties and determination of molar mass 
Relative lowering of vapour pressure 
Elevation of boiling point 
Depression of freezing point 
Osmosis and osmotic pressure 
Reverse osmosis and water purification 
Abnormal molar masses 
Van't Hoff factor 
Electrochemistry and chemical kinetics 

Electrochemical cells 
Galvanic cells 
Measurement of electrode potentials 
Nernst equation 
Equilibrium constant from nernst equation 
Electrochemical cell and gibbs energy of the cell reaction 
Conductance of electrolytic solutions 
Measurement of the conductivity of ionic solutions 
Variation of conductivity and molar conductivity with concentration 
Strong electrolytes and weak electrolytes 
Applications of kohlrausch’s law 
Electrolytic cells and electrolysis 
Faraday's laws of electrolysis 
Products of electrolysis 
Batteries 
Primary batteries and secondary batteries 
Fuel cells 
Corrosion of metals 
Hydrogen economy 
Chemical kinetics 

Rate of a chemical reaction 
Factors influencing rate of a reaction 
Dependance of rate on concentration 
Rate expression and rate constant 
Order of a reaction 
Molecularity of a reaction 
Integrated rate equations 
Zero order reactions 
First order reactions 
Half life of a reaction 
Pseudo first order reaction 
Temperature dependence of the rate of a reaction 
Effect of catalyst 
Collision theory of chemical reaction rates 
Surface chemistry 

Distinction between adsorption and absorption 
Mechanism of adsorption 
Types of adsorption 
Characteristics of physisorption 
Characteristics of chemisorptions 
Adsorption isotherms 
Adsorption from solution phase 
Applications of adsorption 
Catalysis 
Catalysts 
Promoters and poisons 
Auto catalysis 
Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis 
Adsorption theory of heterogeneous catalysis 
Important features of solid catalysts 
Activity 
Selectivity 
Shape 
Selective catalysis by zeolites 
Enzyme Catalysis 
Characteristics and mechanism 
Catalysts in industry 
Colloids 
Classification of colloids 
Classification based on physical state of dispersed phase and dispersion medium 
Classification based on nature of interaction between dispersed phase and dispersion medium 
Classification based on type of particles of the dispersed phase 
Multi molecular 
Macromolecular and associated colloids 
Cleansing action of soaps 
Preparation of colloids 
Purification of colloidal solutions 
Properties of colloidal solutions 
Colligative properties 
Tyndal effect 
Colour 
Brownian movement 
Charge on colloidal particles 
Electrophoresis 
Coagulation 
Precipitation methods 
Coagulation of lyophilic sols and protection of colloids 
Emulsions 
Colloids around us 
Application of colloids 
General principles of metallurgy 

Occurrence of metals 
Concentration of ores 
Levigation 
Magnetic separation 
Froth floatation 
Leaching 
Extraction of crude metal from concentrated ore 
Conversion to oxide 
Reduction of oxide to the metal 
Thermodynamic principles of metallurgy 
Ellingham diagram 
Limitations 
Applications 
Extraction of iron 
Copper and zinc from their oxides 
Electrochemical principles of metallurgy 
Oxidation and reduction 
Refining of crude metal 
Distillation 
Liquation poling 
Electrolytic refining 
Zone refining and vapour phase refining 
Uses of aluminium, copper, zinc and iron 
Pblock elements, group15 elements 

Occurrence, preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen 
Electronic configuration 
Atomic and ionic radii 
Ionisation enthalpy 
Electronegativity 
Physical and Chemical properties 
Dinitrogen 
Preparation 
Properties and Uses 
Compounds of Nitrogen 
Properties and uses of ammonia 
Oxides of Nitrogen 
Preparation and properties of nitric acid 
Phosphorous of allotropic forms 
Phosphine of preparation 
Phosphorous halides 
Oxoacids of phosphorous 
Group16 elements 

Occurrence, preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen 
Electronic configuration 
Atomic and ionic radii 
Ionisation enthalpy 
Electron gain enthalpy 
Electronegativity 
Physical and Chemical properties 
Dioxygen of preparation 
Properties and Uses 
Simple oxides 
Ozone preparation 
Properties of structure and uses 
Sulphur allotropic forms 
Sulphur dioxide preparation properties and uses 
Oxoacids of sulphur 
Sulphuric acid and manufacture properties and uses 
Group17 elements 

Occurrence of electronic configuration 
Atomic and ionic radii 
Ionisation enthalpy 
Electron gain enthalpy 
Electronegativity 
Physical and Chemical properties 
Chlorine preparation of properties and uses 
Hydrogen chloride of preparation, properties and uses 
Oxoacids of halogens 
Interhalogen compounds preparation, properties and uses 
Group18 elements 

Occurrence ofelectronic configuration 
Ionization enthalpy 
Atomic radii 
Electron gain enthalpy 
Physical and Chemical properties 
Xenonfluorine compounds 
Xef2,xef4 and xef6 of preparation 
Hydrolysis and formation of fluoro anions 
Structures of xef2, xef4 and xef6 
Xenonoxygen compounds xeo3 and xeof4 their formation and structures 
Uses of noble gases 
D and f block elements & coordination compounds 

D and f block elements 
Position in the periodic table 
Electronic configuration of the dblock elements 
General properties of the transition elements (dblock) 
Physical properties 
Variation in atomic and ionic sizes of transition series 
Ionisation enthalpies 
Oxidation states 
Trends in the m²+/m and m³+/m²+ standard electrode potentials 
Trends in stability of higher oxidation states 
Chemical reactivity and eθ values 
Magnetic properties 
Formation of coloured ions 
Formation of complex compounds 
Catalytic properties 
Formation of interstitial compounds 
Alloy formation 
Some important compounds of transition elements 
Oxides and oxoanions of metals and preparation 
Properties and uses of potassium dichromate and potassium permanganate 
Structures of chromate 
Dichromate 
Manganate and permanganate ions 
Inner transition elements(fblock) 
Lanthanoids electronic configuration 
Atomic and ionic sizes 
General characteristics 
Actinoids and electronic configuration atomic and ionic sizes 
General characteristics and comparison with lanthanoids 
Some applications of d and f block elements 
Coordination compounds 

Werner’s theory of coordination compounds 
Definitions of some terms used in coordination compounds 
Nomenclature of coordination compounds 
IUPAC nomenclature 
Isomerism in coordination compounds 
Stereo isomerism 
Geometrical and optical isomerism 
Structural isomerism 
Linkage 
Coordination 
Ionisation and hydrate isomerism 
Bonding in coordination compounds 
Valence bond theory 
Magnetic properties of coordination compounds 
Limitations of valence bond theory 
Crystal field theory 
Crystal field splitting in octahedral and tetrahedral coordination entities 
Colour in coordination compounds 
Limitations of crystal field theory 
Bonding in metal carbonyls 
Stability of coordination compounds 
Importance and applications of coordination compounds 
Polymers 

Classification of polymers 
Classification based on source 
Structure and mode of polymerization 
Molecular forces and growth polymerization 
Types of polymerization reactions 
Addition polymerization or chain growth polymerization 
Ionic polymerization 
Free radical mechanism 
Preparation of addition polymers 
Polythene 
Teflon and polyacrylonitrile 
Condensation polymerization or step growth polymerization 
Polyamides 
Preparation of nylon 6,6 and nylon 6 poly estersterylenebakelite 
Melamine 
Formaldehyde polymers 
Copolymerization 
Rubber 
Natural rubber 
Vulcanisation of rubber 
Synthetic rubbers 
Preparation of neoprene and bunan 
Molecular mass of polymers 
Number average and weight average molecular masses 
Poly dispersity index(pdi) 
Biodegradable polymersphbv 
Nylon 2nylon 6 
Polymers of commercial importance 
Polypropene 
Polystyrene 
Polyvinylchloride (pvc) 
Ureaformaldehyde resin 
Glyptal and bakelite 
Their monomers structures and uses 
Biomolecules 

Classification of carbohydrates 
Monosaccharides 
Preparation of glucose from sucrose and starch 
Properties and structure of glucose 
D,l configurations and (+), () notations of glucose 
Structure of fructose 
Disaccharides 
Sucrose of preparation and structure 
Invert sugar structures of maltose and lactose 
Polysaccharides 
Structures of starch 
Cellulose and glycogen 
Importance of carbohydrates 
Proteins aminoacids 
Natural aminoacids 
Classification of aminoacids 
Structures and d and l forms 
Zwitter ions 
Proteins structures 
Classification of fibrous and globular 
Primary, secondary, tertiary and quarternary structures of proteins 
Denaturation of Proteins 
Enzymes 
Mechanism of enzyme action 
Explanation names classification of vitamins 
Sources of vitamins 
Deficiency diseases of different types of vitamins 
Nucleic acids 
Chemical composition of nucleic acids 
Structures of nucleic acids 
Dna finger printing biological functions of nucleic acids 
Definition and different types of hormones their production 
Biological activity 
Diseases due to their abnormal activities 
Chemistry in everyday life 

Drugs and their classification 
Classification of drugs on the basis of pharmocological effect 
Classification of drugs on the basis of drug action 
Classification of drugs on the basis of chemical structure 
Classification of drugs on the basis of molecular targets 
Drugtarget interaction 
Enzymes as drug targets 
Catalytic action of enzymes 
Drugenzyme interaction and receptors as drug targets 
Therapeutic action of different classes of drugs 
Antacids, antihistamines, neurologically active drugs 
Tranquilizers 
Analgesicsnonnarcotic 
Narcotic analgesics 
Antimicrobials 
Antibiotics 
Antiseptics and disinfectants 
Antifertility Drugs 
Chemicals in foodartificial sweetening agents 
Food preservatives 
Antioxidants in food 
Chemicals in foodPreservatives,artificial sweatening agentscommon examples, Cleansing agents  Soaps and detergents,cleansing action 
Soaps and synthetic detergents types and examples 
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes 

Classification and nomenclature 
Nature of CX bond 
Methods of Preparation 
Alkyl halides and aryl halidesfrom alcohols, from hydrocarbons 
By free radical halogenation 
By electrophilic substitution 
By replacement of diazonium group 
By the addition of hydrogen halides and halogens to alkenesby halogen exchange reactions 
Physical propertiesmelting and boiling points 
Density and solubility 
Chemical reactions 
Reactions of haloalkanes 
Nucleophilic substitution reactions 
Sn² mechanism 
Sn¹ mechanism 
Stereochemical aspects of nucleophilic substitution reactionsoptical activity 
Elimination reactions 
Reaction with metalsreactions of haloarenes 
Nucleophilic substitution 
Electrophilic substitution and 
Reaction with metals 
Polyhalogen compounds 
Uses and environmental effects of dichloro methane 
Trichloromethane triiodomethane 
Tetrachloro methane 
Freons and ddt 
Organic compounds containing C, H and O (alcohols, phenols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids) 

Alcohols,phenols and ethers classification 
Nomenclature 
Alcohols 
Phenols and ethers 
Structures of hydroxy and ether functional groups 
Methods of Preparation 
Alcohols from alkenes and carbonyl compounds 
From grignard reagents 
Phenols from haloarenes 
Benzene sulphonic acid 
Diazonium salts 
Cumene 
Physical propertics of alcohols and phenols 
Chemical reactions of alcohols and phenols 
Reactions involving cleavage of oh bond in alcohols 
Acidity of alcohols and phenols, esterification 
Reactions involving cleavage of co bond reactions with hx, px3, dehydration and oxidation 
Reactions of phenols electrophilic aromatic substitution 
Kolbe’s reaction 
Reimer 
Tiemann reaction 
Reaction with zinc dust and oxidation 
Commercially important alcohols 
Ethers and methods of preparation 
By dehydration of alcohols 
Williamson synthesis 
Physical properties 
Chemical reactions 
Cleavage of co bond and electrophilic substitution of aromatic ethers 
Aldehydes and ketones 

Nomenclature and structure of carbonyl group 
Preparation of aldehydes and ketones 
By oxidation of alcohols 
By dehydrogenation of alcohols 
From hydrocarbons 
Preparation of aldehydes 
From acyl chlorides 
From nitriles and esters 
From hydrocarbonspreparation of ketones 
From nitriles 
From benzene or substituted benzenes 
Physical properties of aldehydes and ketones 
Chemical reactions of aldehydes and ketones 
Nucleophilic addition 
Reduction 
Oxidation 
Reactions due to α 
Hydrogen and other reactions 
Cannizzaro reaction,electrophilic substitution reaction 
Uses of aldehydes and ketones 
Carboxylic acids 

Nomenclature and structure of carboxylgroup 
Methods of preparation of carboxylic acids 
From primary alcohols and aldehydes 
From alkylbenzenes 
From nitriles and amides 
From grignard reagents 
From acyl halides and anhydrides 
From esters 
Physical properties 
Chemical reactions 
Reactions involving cleavage of oh bondacidity 
Reactions with metals and alkalies 
Reactions involving cleavage of coh bondformation of anhydride 
Reactions with pcl5, pcl3, socl2 
Esterification and reaction with ammonia 
Reactions involvingcooh groupreduction, decarboxylation 
Substitution reactions in the hydrocarbon part 
Halogenation and ring substitution 
Uses of carboxylic acids 
Organic compounds containing nitrogen 

Structure of amines 
Classification 
Nomenclature 
Preparation of amines 
Reduction of nitro compounds 
Ammonolysis of alkyl halides 
Reduction of nitriles 
Reduction of amides 
Gabriel phthalimide synthesis and hoffmann bromamide degradation reaction 
Physical properties 
Chemical reactions 
Basic character of amines 
Alkylation 
Acylation 
Carbyl amine reaction 
Reaction with nitrous acid 
Reaction with aryl sulphonyl chloride 
Electrophilic substitution of aromatic amines 
Bromination, nitration and sulphonation 
Diazonium salts 

Methods of preparation of diazonium salts by diazotization physical properties 
Chemical reactions 
Reactions involving displacement of nitrogen 
Sandmeyer reaction 
Gatterman reaction 
Replacement by iodiode and fluoride ions 
Hydrogen, hydroxyl and nitro groups 
Reactions involving retention of diazo group 
Coupling reactions 
Importance of diazonium salts in synthesis of aromatic compounds 
Cyanides and isocyanides 

Structure and nomenclature of cyanides and isocyanides 
Preparation of physical properties and chemical reactions of cyanides and isocyanides 
AUEET 2020 Exam Pattern
The examination authority of University has released the exam pattern of AUEET 2020 which candidates are advised to refer to before starting with the preparation and appearing in examination. With the help of AUEET 2020 exam pattern, candidate will be able to check the detailed information about the arrangement of questions in question paper, mode of examination, language of question paper, total number of questions, total marks, marks for each question, time duration and marking scheme. When all these patterns are known, the candidate will be able to manage their time well and can even secure good marks in entrance examination.
Exam Pattern of AUEET 2020
Particulars  Details 
Mode of exam  Offline Mode 
Language of exam  English 
Exam duration  1 hour 30 minutes 
Type of questions  Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). Each question will have four answers, out of which one will be the correct option. 
Total number of questions 
Total questions = 90 
Total marks  100 
AUEET 2020 Admit Card
Directorate of Admissions, Andhra University will release the hall ticket of AUEET 2020 in online mode on July 25. Candidates will be able to access their AUEET 2020 hall ticket by logging to their admission portal by entering application form number and date of birth. Hall ticket of AUEET 2020 will comprise of details such as candidate's name, roll number, date of examination, time, exam centre along with the address of examination centre and general instructions. Candidates are advised to check all the details mentioned in admit card. If in case of any discrepancies, candidates are advised to contact the examination authority and get them rectified. If no discrepancies are present, candidates will have to download the admit card and get atleast 2 printouts. AUEET 2020 hall ticket is an important document which must be presented at the time of examination. Candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination hall without hall ticket of AUEET 2020. It must be noted that AUEET hall ticket must be preserved until all admission process are complete.
How to Download Hall ticket of AUEET 2020
Candidates can follow the below mentioned steps to download their hall ticket of AUEET 2020.
 Go to official website of Andhra University
 Log in by entering Application Form number and Date of Birth
 Click on AUEET Hall Ticket 2020
 Your hall ticket will appear on the screen
 Download Hall ticket in PDF format
 Get atleast 2 Print of Hall ticket for future use
AUEET 2020 Exam Centers
State  City 

Andhra Pradesh  Visakhapatnam 
Kakinada  
Vijayawada 
Documents Required at Exam
 AUEET 2020 hall ticket
AUEET 2020 Result
The admission authority of examination will declare the result of AUEET 2020 in online mode on August 14 (tentative). Candidates will be able to access their AUEET 2020 result by logging into official website using their application form number and date of birth. The result of AUEET 2020 will be available in the forms of ranks on the basis of marks secured in entrance examination. If two or more candidates secure same marks in entrance examination, merit list will be prepared by considering tiebreaker rules. Candidates must keep in mind that under no circumstances, revaluation or personal verification of OMR sheets will be entertained.
How to download result of AUEET 2020
 Log on to the AUEET 2020 official website
 Click on the link ‘AUEET 2020 Result’
 Enter the application form number and date of birth and then click on ‘Submit’
 AUEET 2020 result will appear in the form of score card
 Download it in PDF format
 Take printout for counselling process
AUEET 2020 Counselling
Mode of Counselling: Offline
Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of merit list prepared by the admission authority. The shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the AUEET 2020 counselling process at scheduled counselling venue in person. Candidates must bring along their original documents for document verification process. Seats will be allotted on the basis of choices or preference made by candidate and merit list prepared by University. Candidates allotted seats will have to report to the allotted institute along with admission fee to confirm their seat. If a candidates wishes to cancel their allotted seat, in such case 90% refund of total fee will be provided before completion of first round of counselling, 80% refund will be provided before completion of second round of counselling and no refund after second round of counselling.
AUEET 2020 Counselling Centers
State  City 

Andhra Pradesh  Visakhapatnam 
Documents Required at Counselling
 AUEET 2020 hall ticket
 AUEET 2020 rank card
 Class 10th marksheets/certificate
 Class 12th marksheets/certificate
 Transfer certificate
 Conduct certificate
 Date of birth certificate
 Migration certificate
 Study certificates for the last seven years or residence certificate for preceding seven years of the qualifying examination
 Integrated community certificate issued by the competent authority in case of SC/ST/BC/EBC/minority candidates
 Valid latest income certificate issued by M.R.O/thasildar if fee concession is claimed
 4 recent passport size Photos
 Candidates opting for admission under NCC/Sports/CAP/PH quota shall produce relevant original certificate
 Discharge certificate and service certificate of the parent in case of a child of armed personnel
 Physical fitness certificate from an assistant civil surgeon
 One set of photostat copies of all the above certificates
General Information
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question: What is the academic eligibility criteria for AUEET 2020?
Answer:
Candidates should have secured minimum 50% marks in 10+2th standard (or equivalent) examination with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects.
Question: Will the application form be available in only online mode?
Answer:
Yes. Candidates will be able to access the application form of AUEET only in online mode. All of the valid personal, academic and contact details have to be submitted by the candidates. Payment of application fee can be done in online (net banking/credit card/debit card) or offline mode (through Andhra Bank).
Question: What is the exam pattern of AUEET 2020?
Answer:
The examination will be conducted as a pen and paper based test. Candidates will have to answer 90 multiple choice questions within 1 hour 30 minutes. AUEET will be conducted in English.
Question: Will AUEET 2020 ranks be made available?
Answer:
Yes. The ranks secured by the candidates will be released through the result of AUEET 2020. The ranks will be decided on the basis of the ranks secured by the candidates in the entrance examination.
Questions related to AUEET
scholarship for aueet students in Andhra University
You can fees scholarship in Andhra University if you satisfy any one of the below criterias
 If you have scored more than 90% in your class 10 and class 12, the. You can get 25% sscholarship in tuition Fees
 if you have played any sports in national and international level and have more than 60% in class 10 and 12, then you can get 20% fees scholarship
 If you have more than 75% in class 10 and class 12 and also belong to ST/SC category then you get 25% fees scholarship
 if you are differently abled or have Karnataka domicile, then you can get some benefits.
Hope it helps
last date to apply aueet exam 2020
Last date to apply for AUEET examination 2020 is 5th July, 2020. The application form with late fee of 1,500 will be applicable from 6th July to 10th July, 2020. Correction window will be open from 15th to 17th July, 2020.
https://engineering.careers360.com/exams/aueet#date_blocks
can I get previous year papers of this exam?
For preparing for AUEET , you must know of the exam pattern and syllabus.
AUEET is a 90 minutes exam comprising of 100 questions (40 maths, 30 physics, ,30 chemistry). The questions will be MCQs and of total 100 marks and no negative marking.
For a detailed syllabus, please visit this link https://engineering.careers360.com/exams/aueet
You can solve class 11& 12 sample papers for AUEET. The difficulty level of questions will be similar to boards questions. So you must prepare through the boards book. Also you can solve a few JEE mains papers to improve your accuracy and speed.
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is the exam is for 100marks or 90marks if so, how will be the distribution of subject wise marks?
Hi
Your AUEET examination pattern is given below
 Your exam will be conducted for a total of 100 marks
Total number of questions is given below subjectwise

Physics – 30

Chemistry – 30
 Mathematics  30
 Total questions = 90
 Questions will be MCQ and for each question 4 options will be there
 Exam will be conducted in offline mode
 It will be conducted in English medium
For detailed information go through
https://engineering.careers360.com/exams/aueet
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