About NEE 2020

NERIST Entrance Examination 2020 - North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology (NERIST) has released the application form of NERIST NEE 2020 on January 10. The university released a detailed notification about NERIST Entrance Exam (NEE) on January 6. Application forms will be available till March 10. NERIST NEE 2020 will be conducted on April 18 and 19 in pen and paper-based mode across seven states includes Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Manipur, Sikkim and Tripura. NERIST NEE 2020 will be held in three different levels for seeking admission to Base Module (NEE-1), Diploma Module (NEE-2) & Degree Module of Engineering branches of Technology stream (NEE-3) and Degree Module of Forestry stream through NEE-2 (PCB). The candidates will get their seats based on their merit in the NERIST NEE exam 2020.  The counselling of NERIST NEE 2020 will start tentatively from July 8. Candidates are advised to read this page completely to get necessary information regarding the exam which includes eligibility criteria, dates, application form, admit card, result, counselling etc.

NEE 2020 Highlights

Full Exam Name NERIST Entrance Examination
Short Exam Name NEE
Conducting Body North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology
Frequency of Conduct Once a year
Exam Level University Level Exam
Languages English
Mode of Application Online
Application Fee (General) 1000 Rs [Online]
Mode of Exam Offline
Mode of Counselling Online
Exam Duration 3 Hours

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NEE 2020 Important Dates

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NEE (Session 2020)

Upcoming Dates and Events

10 Jan, 2020 - 10 Mar, 2020

Application | Mode: Online Ongoing

05 Apr, 2020

Admit Card | Mode: Online

15 May, 2020

Result | Mode: Online

08 Jul, 2020

Counselling - Start Date | Mode: Offline

NEE NEE-III (Session 2020)

Upcoming Dates and Events

18 Apr, 2020

Exam | Mode: Offline

NEE NEE-II (Session 2020)

Upcoming Dates and Events

18 Apr, 2020

Exam | Mode: Offline

NEE NEE-I (Session 2020)

Upcoming Dates and Events

19 Apr, 2020

Exam | Mode: Offline

NEE 2020 Eligibility Criteria

NEE NEE-I Eligibility Criteria

Candidates need to read the prospectus or brochure thoroughly before applying for the NERIST NEE 2020. It is informed that the candidates should check the eligibility section carefully to make sure that they are eligible for the NERIST NEE 2020. Check below to get the complete eligibility criteria for the NEE-I. NEE-II & NEE-III separately.

Particulars 

Details

Age Limit

He/She should not more than 19 years of age as on July 31, 2020 ( born on or after August 1, 2001).

Educational Qualification

A pass in 10th class or equivalent exam with Maths & Science.


NEE NEE-II Eligibility Criteria


Particulars 

Details 

Age Limit

NEE-II (PCM) - He/She should not more than 23 years of age as on August 1, 2020.

NEE-II (Vocational) - He/She must not be more than 23 years of age as on August 1, 2020.

NEE-II (PCB) - He/She should not be more than 23 years of age as on August 1, 2020.

Educational Qualification

NEE-II (PCM) - A pass in 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics

NEE-II (Vocational) - The candidates should have passed in 10+2 (Vocational)/ITI/ NERIST Certificate in any one of the following streams or trades. 

  • Agricultural Engineering - Farm Equipment/Food Processing 

  • Civil Engineering - Construction Technology (Draftsmanship/Surveyor) 

  • Electronics and Communications Engineering - Electronics Technology or Electronics Maintenance

  • Electrical Engineering - Electrical Technology or Electrical Maintenance

  • Mechanical Engineering - Mechanical Craftsmanship/Automobile Technology and Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (R&AC) are eligible.

NEE-II (PCB) - He/She should have passed Class 12 (PCB)/ Higher Secondary (PCB) with Chemistry, Physics & Biology.


NEE NEE-III Eligibility Criteria


Particulars 

Details

Age Limit

The applicants should not be more than 40 years of age as on August 1, 2020.

Educational Qualification

The candidates passed a 3-year diploma degree with minimum 60% marks/CGPA of 6.0 on a 10 point scale or NERIST Diploma level with a minimum of CGPA 6.0.


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NEE 2020 Application Process

Mode of Application : Online

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

NEE Application Form 2020

The application form of NERIT NEE has been released on January 10 in online mode and is available till March 10. Candidates who meet the eligibility criteria for the entrance test can fill the online application form of NERIST NEE 2020. The application form can be filled in online mode in five steps which include registration, login and the application form, uploading the photo & signature, payment of application fee and the printout of the confirmation page. Candidates can find the steps below for reference.

Candidates are advised to keep the following things ready in hand before applying for NERIST NEE 2020,    

  • A valid E-mail ID and mobile number

  • A recent scanned passport size photo in JPEG/JPG format (max. 100 KB)

  • A scanned image of the signature in JPEG/JPG format (max. 100 KB)

  • Online payment facility - Net Banking or Credit/Debit Card

  • Aadhaar card, if available

How to fill NERIST NEE 2020 application form

Step-1: Registration-

  • Click on the ‘Apply for admission’ button on the web page of NERIST NEE 2020 portal.

  • Then, search and press the ‘New Registration’ link.

  • Fill the following required information on the website without any mistakes,

    • E-mail ID

    • Password

    • Name of the Applicant

    • Date of Birth

    • Sex

    • Father’s Name

    • Mobile Number

  • After successful submission of registration form, candidates will receive an activation code in the e-mail. 

  • Candidates need to click on the link to activate the email ID.

Step-2: Login and filling of basic particular details- 

  • On clicking on the activation mail, the web page will be redirected to a new window.

  • Enter the user name and activation code on the web page.

  • After that, candidates have to choose the course of choice and they have to start filling the online application form.

  • Login to the website by using the registration number and password.

  • Choose the programme Type and programme name and click on proceed.

  • Fill all necessary details as per the instructions and proceed to the next step by clicking on the ‘Save and Continue’ button.

Step-3: Uploading the photograph & signature- Click on the ‘Upload Photograph and Signature’ button to upload the passport size photo and signature in the prescribed format.

Step-4: Fill Academic details and Exam centre- The candidates should enter all necessary fields of academic details on the web page and then choose the desired ‘Preferred Examination Centre’ before clicking on the ‘Save & Continue’ button.

Step-5: Application fee payment- 

  • Click on the ‘Proceed to Payment’ button on the web page to pay the application fee.

  • Now, select the payment type as ‘online’ and choose the desired online payment mode (net banking & Credit/Debit Card). 

  • Click on the ‘Pay Now & Submit Application’ button for final submission.

Step-6: Printout of the confirmation page- After successful payment and application form submission, the candidates can take the print of the same and save for future use.

Application Fees

Category Quota Mode Gender Amount
General, OBC Online Female, Male ₹ 1000
ST, SC Online Female, Male ₹ 600

NEE 2020 Syllabus

NEE NEE-I Syllabus

Physics-

Physics: Unit 01
Measurement in science and technology
Measurements and measurement systems
Historical developments in measurement science
The modern measurement system
The international system of units (SI)
Maintenance of standards of measurements
Multiples and fractions
Indian national standards of measurements
Physics: Unit 02
Structure of atom
Fundamental experiments and discharge tube and the discovery of the electron
Canal rays or positive rays
X-rays and radioactivity
Atomic nucleus
Structure of atom
Discovery of the neutron
Atomic number and atomic mass
Isotopes
Physics: Unit 03
Motion
Motion of living and non-living objects
Distance and displacement
Uniform and non-uniform motion
Velocity
Non uniform motion and acceleration
Graphs and their uses
Uniform circular motion
Physics: Unit 04
Gravitation
Universal law of gravitation
Motion of particles under gravity
Motion of a projectile
Mass and weight
Geotropism
Physics: Unit 05
Work, energy and power
Work
Work done when the force is not along the direction of motion
Energy
Power
Transformation of energy
Conservation of energy
Physics: Unit 06
Heat
Heat and temperature
Thermal equilibrium
Mercury thermometer
Heat as a form of energy
Effects of heat
Changes of state
Physics: Unit 07
Wave motion and sound
Simple pendulum
Wave motion, phase, amplitude and velocity of wave
Transverse and longitudinal waves
Graphical representation of simple harmonic waves characteristic of harmonic waves
Relation between wave velocity
Frequency and wave length for a periodic
Nature and propagation of sound
Speed of sound
Range of hearing in humans
Reflection of sound
Practical applications of reflected sound
Echoes
Sonar and application of ultrasound
Physics: Unit 08
Light reflection and refraction
Nature of light
Reflection of light by mirrors-by plane mirror
Spherical mirrors
New Cartesian sign convention for reflection by spherical mirrors and derivation of mirror formula
Magnification
Refraction of light-the refractive index
Reflection through a rectangular glass slab
Refraction by spherical lenses
Sign convention with spherical lenses - lens formula
Power of a lens
Total internal reflection
Some optical phenomena in nature
Dispersion of white light by a glass prism
Colour of objects-primary colours of light and pigments
Physics: Unit 09
Optical instruments
The human eye
Defects of vision and their correction
Microscope and the astronomical telescope
Physics: Unit 10
Electricity, its heating and chemical effects
Electric charges and its properties
Conductors and insulators
Electric current-charges in motion
Electric potential and potential difference
Circuit diagram
Ohms law-resistance
Resistivity
Resistors in series and in parallel
Heating effect of electric current-electric energy and electric power
Physics: Unit 11
Magnetic effects of electric current
Magnetic field and field lines
Magnetic field around a current carrying straight conductor
Force on a current-carrying conductor in a magnetic field
Electric motors
Electromagnetic induction, self and mutual induction
Electric generators
Domestic electric circuits
The electric fuse-A safety device
Physics: Unit 12
Nuclear fission and fusion
Nuclear reactions
Nuclear fission
Fission products
Energy released in fission reactions
Chain reaction
Theory of nuclear fission
Nuclear reactors
Nuclear hazards and safety measures
Physics: Unit 13
The universe
The solar system- the sun
The terrestrial planets
The Jovian planets
Asteroids
Meteorites and comets
The structure and evolution of the earth
The stars and constellations
Milky way galaxy and other galaxies
Space exploration-space programme in India

Chemistry+

Chemistry: Unit 01
Matter around us
Physical nature of matter
States of matter
General concept about mixture
Solution
Colloidal solution
Suspension
Distillation
Condensation
Evaporation
Sublimation and fusion
Effect of pressure and temperature on states of matter
Chemistry: Unit 02
Atomic structure
Dalton's atomic theory
Elements
Compounds
Cathode ray
X-ray
Thomson's model of an atom
Rutherford's model of atomic structure
Bohr's model of atomic structure
Electronic configuration (in terms of shells only) of elements up to atomic no 20
Atomic Number
Mass number
Isotopes and isobars, radioactivity
Chemistry: Unit 03
Classification of elements
Atomic size
Nature of bonding
Oxides and related chemical properties
Prediction of properties of an atom
Mendeleev and modern periodic table, periodic trend of metallic and nonmetallic character
Oxides and related chemical properties, prediction of properties of an atom
Chemistry: Unit 04
Chemical bonding
Octet rule or inert gas configuration as criteria of stability, ion, atom and valency
Ionic bonds, covalent bonds (in simple cases)
Shape of molecules of H2o, NH3, CH4, CC14, C2H2, C2H4, SF6, PCI5, CO2, BeCl2, BF3
Chemistry: Unit 05
Chemical reactions and some basic concepts
Decomposition, displacement reactions
Isomerization, combination, reversible and irreversible reactions, chemical equilibrium
Law of chemical equilibrium, chemical formula and equations
Atomic and molecular masses, mole concept, gram atomic mass and gram molecular mass
Mole concept, gram atomic mass and gram molecular mass
Determination of formula of unknown compounds, balancing of chemical reactions
Chemistry: Unit 06
Energetics
Bond energy
Energy involved in a reaction
Photo-chemical reactions and generation of free radicals
Electrolysis of water and NaCl
Electrochemical cells (galvanic cell) with reference to dry cells and storage cells
Sun and nuclear energy
Sun and its source of energy (nuclear fusion)
Nuclear fission
Chain reaction
Nuclear reactors
Nuclear hazards
Simple nuclear reactions
Chemistry: Unit 07
Metals
Physical and Chemical properties
Reaction with O2
Dilute acid Cl2
Elementary metallurgy of Cu, Fe, Al
Uses of the metals
Washing soda
Baking soda
Lime
Preparation of bleaching powder
Plaster of paris
Cement
Glass
Steel
Some common alloys of copper
Iron and aluminium
Corrosion of metals
Reactions with O2
Chemistry: Unit 08
Non-metals
Acid
C12
H2
Preparation and properties of Si, P, S
Ammonia
Hydrogen and sulphuric acid
Carbon and its compounds: allotropes of carbon
Hydrocarbon: alkanes, isomerism in alkanes
Petroleum
Preparation and properties of methanol, Ethanol, Methanal, Propanone
General properties of organic acids and esters
Synthetic polymers
Addition polymers (PE, PP, PVC and teflon)
Condensation polymers (nylons and polyesters)
Rubber and its vulcanization
Soaps
Detergents
Cleansing action of soaps and detergents
Chemistry: Unit 09
Bio-Mass as fuel
Fossil fuel
Coal
Natural gas
Chemistry: Unit 10
Biomass as fuel
Classification of fuels
Calorific value of fuels
Ignition temperature
Combustion of fuels
Characteristics of an ideal fuel
Types of pollution and pollutants
Acid rain
Greenhouse effect
Eutrophication and soil erosion
Chemistry: Unit 11
Environmental pollution
Conservation and protection of environment

Mathematics+

Mathematics: Unit 01
Number system
Whole numbers
Integers
Rational and irrational numbers, number system
Real numbers
Mathematics: Unit 02
Polynomials
Definition of a polynomial
Factorization of polynomials factorization of quadratic and cubic expressions
HCF and LCM of polynomials
Mathematics: Unit 03
Rational expressions
Addition
Multiplication and division of rational expressions
Mathematics: Unit 04
Linear equations in one & two variables
Solution of linear equations in one and two variables by cross multiplication and other simple methods
Application to practical problems
Mathematics: Unit 05
Quadratic equations
Zeros of quadratic equations
Solution of quadratic equations by (i) factorization (ii) method of completion of square: quadratic formula
Application quadratic equations
Arithmetic progression (AP): Definition, Nth term of an AP, sum of finite number of terms an A
Mathematics: Unit 06
Lines, angles and triangles
Geometrical concepts of a point
Angle and a triangle
Angles made by a transversal with two lines
Sum of the angles of a triangle
Different criteria for congruence of two triangles
Properties of isosceles triangle
Similar triangles
Proportionality theorems
Concurrent lines in a triangle
Mathematics: Unit 07
Parallelograms
Definition, properties of a parallelogram
Types of parallelograms
Some theorems on parallelograms
Mathematics: Unit 08
Circles
Definition
Congruence of circles
Chords of a circle arcs of a circle
Angles subtended by arcs and chords at a point on a circle
Angles in a cyclic quadrilateral
Tangents to a circle
Properties of tangents to a circle
Chord of a circle intersecting in a point
Alternate segments and its angles
Common tangents to circles
Mathematics: Unit 09
Trigonometry
Trigonometric ratios of angles of measures 00, 300, 450, 600, 900
Trigonometric ratios of some specific angles
Solution of right triangles
Trigonometric ratios of complementary angles
Simple problems on heights and distances
Angles of elevation and depressions
Mathematics: Unit 10
Mensuration
Area of a triangle
Quadrilateral
Circle
Sector and segment of a circle
Trapezium
Concept of perimeter of triangle, quadrilateral, circle, trapezium
Lateral and total surface area of right triangular prisms
Volume of a right triangular prism
Lateral surface area and volume of a right pyramid
Surface area and volume of a tetrahedron
Lateral and total surface area and volume of a cuboid
Cube
Right circular cylinder
Right circular cone hemisphere and surface area and volume of a sphere
Surface area and volumes of combinations of these solids
Volume and surface are of a frustum of a right circle cone
Mathematics: Unit 11
Statistics and probability
Mean, median, mode and their properties
Measures of central tendency
Probability as a measure of uncertainty
Mathematics: Unit 12
Coordinate geometry (2D)
Distance between two points, section formula between two points

NEE NEE-II Syllabus

Physics+

Physics: Unit 01
Physical world and measurement
Physics scope and excitement
Physics
Technology and society
Forces in nature
Conservation laws: Mass, momentum (integral and differential form)
Examples of gravitational, electromagnetic and nuclear forces from daily-life experiences (qualitative only)
Need for measurement
Units of measurement
Systems of units
S.I Units
Fundamental and derived units
Length
Mass and time measurement
Accuracy and precision of measuring instruments
Errors in measurement
Significant figures
Dimensions of physical quantities
Dimensional analysis and application
Elementary concept of differentiation and integration for describing motion
Physics: Unit 02
Kinematics
Position time graph
Speed and velocity
Uniform and non-uniform motion
Average speed and instantaneous velocity
Uniformly accelerated motion, velocity-time, position-time graphs, for uniformly accelerated motion ( graphical treatment )
Velocity time graph
Relations for uniformly accelerated motion (graphical method)
Scalar and vector quantities
Position and displacement vectors
Equality of vectors
Multiplications of vectors by real number
Addition and subtraction of vectors
Unit vector
Resolution of a vector in a plane
Rectangular components
Scalar and vector, products of two vectors
Vectors in 3 dimensions (elementary idea only) motion in a plane
Uniform velocity and uniform acceleration
Projectile motion
Uniform circular motion
Physics: Unit 03
Laws of motion
Force and inertia
Newton's first law of motion
Momentum
Newton's second law of motion
Impulse
Newton's Third law of motion
Conservation law of linear momentum and its application
Equilibrium of concurrent forces
Friction
Static and dynamic friction
Laws of friction
Rolling and sliding friction
Lubrication
Dynamics of uniform circular motion
Centripetal force
Vehicle on a level road
Vehicle on a banked road
Inertial and non-inertial frames (idea only)
Physics: Unit 04
Work, energy and power
Work done by a constant force and variable force
Kinetic energy
Potential energy
Work-energy theorem
Power
Potential energy of a spring
Conservative and non-conservative forces
Conservation of mechanical energy (kinetic and potential energies)
Collisions
Elastic and inelastic collision in 1 dimension and 2 dimensions
Different forms of energies in nature
Mass-energy equivalence (qualitative idea)
Motion of system of particles and rigid body
Physics: Unit 05
Motion of system of particles and rigid body
Centre of mass of two particle system
Generalization to n-particles
Momentum conservation and centre of mass motion
Application to familiar systems
Centre of mass of a rigid body
Physics: Unit 06
Gravitation
The universal law of gravitation
Gravitational constant
Acceleration due to gravity and its variation with altitude, latitude, depth and rotation of earth
Mass of the earth
Gravitational potential energy near the surface of earth
Gravitational potential
Escape velocity
Orbital velocity of a satellite
Weightlessness
Motion of satellites
Geostationary and polar satellites
Kepler's laws of planetary motion
Proof of second and third law
(for circular orbit) inertial and gravitational mass
Moment of force
Torque
Angular momentum
Physical meaning of angular momentum, conservation of angular momentum with some examples (planetary motion)
Equilibrium of rigid bodies, rigid body rotation and equation of rotational motion.
Moment of inertia & its physical significance, radius of gyration, parallel and perpendicular axis theorem (statement only)
M.I. of circular ring, disc, cylinder and thin straight rod.
Rolling of a cylinder without slipping, examples of binary system in nature (binary stars, earth-moon system, diatomic molecules)
Physics: Unit 07
Mechanics of solids and fluids
States of matter, inter atomic and inter molecular forces
Solids: elastic behaviour
Stress-strain relationship
Hooke's law
Young's modulus
Bulk modulus
Modulus of rigidity & some practical examples
Fluids: pressure due to fluid column
Pascal's law and its application (hydraulic lift and brakes) effect of gravity on fluid pressure
Buoyancy
Flotation
Archimedes principle
Viscosity
Stoke's law
Terminal velocity
Stream line flow
Turbulent flow
Reynold's number
Bernoulli's theorem and its applications
Surface energy and surface tension
Angle of contact
Application of surface tension
Excess pressure inside a liquid drop and bubble
Capillary rise and action of detergent
Physics: Unit 08
Heat and thermodynamics
Kinetic theory of gases-assumptions
Physical meaning of angular momentum
Kinetic energy and temperature
RMS speed
Degree of freedom
Law of equipartition of energy (statement only)
Mean free path and Avogadro's number
Thermal equilibrium and temperature (zeroth law of thermodynamics) heat
Work and internal energy
Thermal expansion-thermometry
First law of thermodynamics
Specific heat
Specific heat of gas at constant volume and pressure (mono atomic,diatomic gases)
Specific heat of solids (Dulong and Petits' law)
Thermodynamic variables and equation of state
Phase diagram
Ideal gas equation
Isothermal and adiabatic processes
Reversible and irreversible processes Carnot's engine and refrigerator or heat pump
Efficiency and co-efficient of performance
Second law of thermodynamics (statement only)
And some practical applications
Transfer of heat-conduction
Convection and radiation
Thermal conductivity of solids
Black body radiation
Kirchhoff's laws
Wein's displacement law
Stefan's law (statement only) Newton's law of cooling
Solar constant and determination of surface temperature of sun using Stefan's law
Physics: Unit 09
Oscillations
Periodic motion- period
Conservation of angular momentum with some examples (planetary motion)
Displacement as a function of time and periodic functions
Simple harmonic motion (SHM) and its equation
Expression for velocity and acceleration of SHM
Oscillations of a spring
Restoring force and force constant
Energy in SHM-kinetic and potential energies
Simple pendulum- derivation of its time period
Free, forced and damped oscillations (qualitative idea only)
Resonance
Coupled oscillations
Physics: Unit 10
Waves
Longitudinal and transverse wave
Equilibrium of rigid bodies
Displacement relation for progressive wave
Principle of superposition of waves
Reflection of waves
Standing waves in strings and pipes
Fundamental and higher harmonics
Beats
Doppler's effect
Speed of sound in media
Physics: Unit 11
Electrostatics
Frictional electricity
Rigid body rotation and equation of rotational motion
Coulomb's law
Forces between two point electric charges
Forces between multiple electric charges
Superposition principle and continuous charge distribution
Electric fields and its physical significance
Electric field due to a point charge
Electric field lines
Electric field due to a dipole and behaviour of a dipole in a uniform electric field
Electric potential-physical meaning
Potential difference
Electric potential due to a point charge
A dipole and system of charges
Equipotential surfaces
Electrical potential energy of a system of two point charges and of electric dipole in an electrostatic field
Electric flux
Statement of Gauss's Theorem and its applications to find field due to infinitely long straight wire
Uniformly changed infinite plane sheet and uniformly charged thin spherical shell
Conductors and insulators
Presence of free charges and bound charges inside a conductor
Dielectrics and electric polarization
General concept of a capacitor and capacitance: combination of capacitors in series and parallel
Energy stored in a capacitor
Capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor with and without dielectric medium between the plates
Van de Graff generator
Physics: Unit 12
Current electricity
Electric current (current electricity)
Drift velocity and mobility and their relation with electric current
Ohm's law
Electrical resistance
V-I characteristics
Exception Of Ohm's law (non-linear V-I characteristics)
Electrical resistivity and conductivity
Classification of materials in terms of conductivity
Superconductivity (elementary idea)
Carbon resistors
Colour code for carbon resistors
Combination of resistances- series and parallel
Temperature dependence of resistance
Internal resistance of a cell
Potential difference and EMF of a cell
Combinations of cells in series and in parallel
Kirchhoff's laws - illustration by simple application
Wheatstone bridge and its applications for temperature measurements
Metre bridge special case of Whetstone's bridge
Potentiometer- principle and application to measure potential difference, and for comparing e.m.f. of two cells
Electric power
Thermal effects of current and Joule's law
Chemical effects of current: Faraday's laws of electrolysis
Electrochemical cells- primary (voltaic Lechlanche, dry Daniell)
Secondary- rechargeable cells (lead accumulators, alkali accumulators)
Solid state cells
Thermoelectricity- origin
Elementary idea of Seebeck effect
Thermocouple
Thermo EMF
Neutral and inversion temperatures
Measurement of temperature using a thermocouple
Physics: Unit 13
Magnetic effects of current & magnetism
Concept of Magnetic Field
Radius of gyration
Biot-Savart law
Magnetic field due to an infinitely long current carrying straight wire and a circular loop: Ampere's circuital law and its application to straight and toroidal solenoids
Force on a moving charge in uniform magnetic and electric fields
Cyclotron
Force on a current carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field
Forces between two parallel current- carrying conductors
Definition of ampere
Torque experienced by a current loop in a uniform magnetic field
Moving coil galvanometer its current sensitivity and conversion to ammeter and voltmeter
Current loop as a magnetic dipole and its magnetic dipole moment
Magnetic dipole moment of a revolving electron
Torque on a magnetic dipole (bar magnet) in a uniform magnetic field
Bar magnet as an equivalent solenoid
Magnetic field lines
Earth's magnetic fields and magnetic elements: para, Dia and ferromagnetic substances with examples
Electromagnets and permanent magnets
Physics: Unit 14
Magnetic effects of current and magnetism
Magnetic field intensity due to magnetic dipole (bar magnet) along the axis and perpendicular to the axis
Physics: Unit 15
Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents
Electromagnetic induction
Parallel and perpendicular axis theorem (statement only) M.I. of circular ring, disc, cylinder and thin straight rod
Induced EMF and current
Lenz's law
Eddy currents
Self and mutual inductance
Alternating currents peak and RMS
Values of alternating current/voltage
Reactance and impedance
LC oscillations
LCR series circuit (Phasor diagram) resonant circuits and Q-factor
Power in AC circuits
Wattless current
AC generator and transformer
Physics: Unit 16
Electromagnetic waves
Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics (qualitative idea only)
Electromagnetic spectrum (radio-microwaves,Infrared, optical, ultraviolet, gamma rays) including elementary facts about their uses
Propagation of electromagnetic waves in atmosphere
Physics: Unit 17
Optics
Refraction of light
Total internal reflection and its applications
Spherical lenses
Thin lens formula
Lens maker's formula
Magnification
Power of a lens
Combination of this lenses in contact
Refraction and dispersion of light due to a prism
Scattering of light
Blue colour of the sky and reddish appearance of the sun at sun-rise and sun set
Optical instruments – compound microscope
Astronomical telescope (refraction and reflection type) and their magnifying powers
Wave front and Huygens's principle
Reflection and refraction of plane wave at a plane surface using wave fronts (qualitative idea)
Interference- Young's double slit experiment and expression for fringe width
Coherent sources and sustained interference of light
Diffraction due to a single slit
Width of central maximum
Difference between interference and diffraction
Resolving power of microscope and telescope
Polarization-plane polarized light
Brewster's law
Use of plane polarized light and polaroid
Physics: Unit 18
Dual nature of matter and radiation
Photo-electric effect, Einstein's photo-electric equation
Particle nature of light, photo cell, matter waves, wave nature of particles, de Broglie relation
De Broglie wave length of an electron, Davisson-Germer experiment
Physics: Unit 19
Atomic nucleus
Alpha-particle scattering experiment
Size of the nucleus
Composition of the nucleus
Protons and neutrons
Nuclear instability- radioactivity-alpha
Beta and gamma particles/rays and their properties
Radioactive decay law
Simple explanation of decay
Beta- decay and gamma-decay
Mass-energy relation, mass defect, binding energy per nucleon, Its variation with mass number
Nature of nuclear forces
Nuclear reaction
Nuclear fission and nuclear fusion
Physics: Unit 20
Solid and semi-conductor devices
Energy bands in solids (qualitative idea only)
Examples of binary system in nature (binary stars)
Insulators and semiconductors using band theory
Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors
P-N junction
Semi-conductor diode- characteristics in forward and reverse bias
Diode as a rectifier
Solar Cell
Photodiode
LED
Zener diode as a voltage regulator
Junction transistor
Transistor action
Characteristics of a transistor
Transistor as an amplifier (common emitter configuration) and oscillator
Logic gates (or, not, nand and nor)
Elementary ideas about IC

Chemistry+

Chemistry: Unit 01
Some basic concepts of chemistry
Nature of matter,properties of matter and their measurements
Law of chemical combination
Dalton's atomic theory
Atomic and molecular masses
Mole concept
Stoichiometry and stoichiometric calculations
Chemistry: Unit 02
Structure of atoms and chemical bonding
Constituent of the atom
Electronic structure of atoms
Understanding electron behaviour
Bohr's model of hydrogen and hydrogen like atoms
Spectrum of hydrogen
Dual behaviour of matter
De Broglie equation
Heisenberg's uncertainty principle
Quantum numbers
Shapes of orbital
Aufbau principle
Pauli's exclusion principle
Hund's rule of maximum multiplicity
Electronic configuration of elements up to atomic numbers 30
Chemical bonding: Lewis structure, Hybridization and VSEPR theory with reference to BeC12, BF3, CH4, CC14, NH3, H2O, NH4+, H3O+, PCl5, SF6, C2H4 and C2H2
Molecular orbital theory with reference to simple homo diatomic molecules up to atomic number 10
Hydrogen bond
Dipole moment in simple molecules
Chemistry: Unit 03
States of matter
The gaseous state: kinetic molecular theory of ideal gases
Laws governing the ideal behaviour of gases
Deviation from the ideal behaviour of gases
Van der Waals equation of state for real gases
Concept of critical constants
Liquefaction of gases
Chemistry: Unit 04
Solid state
Structure of simple ionic compounds, crystal imperfections (point defects only)
Close–packed structure
Ionic radii
Silicates
Imperfections in solids
Properties of crystalline solids and amorphous solids
Chemistry: Unit 05
Solutions
Types of solution
Vapour pressure of solution and Raoult's law
Ideal and non-ideal solutions
Colligative properties
Abnormal molecular masses
Chemistry: Unit 06
Chemical thermodynamics
Some basic concepts
Energy changes during a chemical reaction
Internal energy and enthalpy
Enthalpy of reaction
First law of thermodynamics
Concept of entropy and free energy
Spontaneity of a process
Second and third law of thermodynamics
Chemistry: Unit 07
Chemical equilibrium
Equilibria involving physical changes and chemical systems
Law of mass action and its application to equilibrium
Le-Chatelier's principle and its applications
Ionic equilibria
Ostwald's dilution law
Arrhenius
Bronsted-Lowry and Lewis concept of acids and bases
Ph scale
Buffer solutions and solubility product
Chemistry: Unit 08
Chemical kinetics
Rate of reaction
Instantaneous rate of a reaction
Molecularity and order of a reaction
Factors affecting the rate of a reaction
Elementary and complex reactions
Determination of the order of a reaction
Dependence of reaction rate on temperature and catalyst
Photochemical reactions
Mechanism of a reaction
Chemistry: Unit 09
Surface chemistry
Adsorption
Colloidal solutions
Emulsions
Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis
Chemistry: Unit 10
Redox reactions
Oxidation and reduction as an electron transfer process
Oxidation number
Balancing of redox equations
Chemistry: Unit 11
Electrochemistry
Electrolytic conductance
Equivalent and molar conductivities
Galvanic cell
Electrode potential and EMF of a galvanic cell
Dependence of EMF on concentration and temperature electrochemical cell and free energy
Electrolysis
Quantitative aspect of electrolysis
Faraday's laws
Criteria for product formation
Some commercial batteries
Corrosion
Chemistry: Unit 12
S-block elements
General trends
Characteristics of compounds of alkali and alkaline earth metals
Anomalous behaviour of lithium and beryllium
Some important compounds of sodium and calcium
Chemistry of hydrogen
Water and hydrogen peroxide
Chemistry: Unit 13
P-block elements
General trends
Anomalous behaviour of boron and carbon
Allotropy: different allotropes of carbon, sulphur, phosphorus and tin
Chemistry of some important compounds of Boron, Carbon, Silicon, Nitrogen, Oxygen and halogens
Characteristics of group-18 elements
Chemistry of xenon
Metallurgy of aluminium
Chemistry: Unit 14
D- and f-block elements
General trends
Characteristic properties of transition and inner transition elements
General properties of first row transition metal compounds
Metallurgy of iron and copper
Manufacture of steel
Chemistry of some heavy metals like Silver, Gold, Zinc, Mercury, and compounds such as Potassium permanganate and Potassium dichromate
Chemistry: Unit 15
Co-ordination and organometallic compounds
Co-ordination compounds
Isomerism and bonding in co-ordination compounds
Stability of co-ordination compounds in solution
Importance of co-ordination compounds
Organo-metallic compounds
Chemistry: Unit 16
Organic chemistry
Classification and nomenclature of organic compounds
Isomerism and stereochemistry
Fundamental concepts in organic reaction mechanism
Methods of purification
Qualitative and quantitative analysis of organic compounds
Modern methods of structure elucidation
Hydrocarbons: preparation and properties of alkanes, alkenes and alkynes
Aromatic hydrocarbons
Aromaticity
Preparation, properties and structure of benzene
Organic compounds with functional group: general methods of preparation
Physical and chemical properties and important uses of haloalkanes, haloarenes, polyhalogen compounds,alcohols, phenols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and derivatives of carboxylic,acids, cyanides, isocyanides, amines, nitro, azo compounds
Polymers: nomenclature and classification of polymers
Types of polymerization
Molecular mass of polymers
Some commercially important polymers
Bio-molecules: Structure and function of carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acids, lipids and vitamins
Nuclear chemistry: discovery of radioactivity and nature of radiation from radioactive substances
Chemical equations for nuclear changes
Radioactive series
Rate of radioactive decay
Artificial transmutation radioactivity
Synthetic elements
Nuclear fission
Nuclear fusion
Applications of radioactivity and radio-isotopes
Chemistry: Unit 17
Chemistry in everyday life
Dyes
Chemicals in medicines-Analgesies,tranquilizers,antiseptics,disinfectants,antimicrobials,antifertility drugs,antibiotics,antacids,antihistamins-their meaning and common examples
Chemistry of rocket propellants
Chemicals in food, soaps and detergents

Mathematics+

Mathematics: Unit 01
Algebra
Sets and their representations
Finite and infinite sets
Subsets
Empty or null set
Universal set
Equal sets
Power set and complement of a set
Union and intersection of sets and their algebraic properties
Difference of sets
Venn diagrams
Application of sets
Mathematics: Unit 02
Relations and Functions
Ordered pairs, Cartesian product of sets
Relations
Domain
Co-domain and range
Into and onto functions
One one into and one one onto functions
Constant function
Identity function
Composition of functions
Invertible functions
Binary operations
Mathematics: Unit 03
Complex numbers
Complex number in the form (a+ib)
Representation of complex numbers by points in plane
Argand diagram
Algebra of complex numbers
Real and imaginary parts of a complex number
Triangle inequality
Modulus and argument (or amplitude) of a complex number
Conjugate
Square root of a complex number
Cube root of unity
Polar representation of a complex number
Mathematics: Unit 04
Theory of quadratic equation
Solution of a quadratic equation in the complex number system by (i)factorization (ii) using formula, relation between roots & coefficients, the nature of roots, formation of quadratic equations with given roots, symmetric functions of roots
Equations reducible to quadratic forms
Mathematics: Unit 05
Sequences and series
Sequence and examples of finite and infinite sequences
Arithmetic progression (AP) first term
Common difference and nth term
Sum to n terms of an AP
Arithmetic mean (AM)
Insertion of am between any two given numbers
Geometric progression (GP) first term
Common ratio and nth term
Sum to n terms and infinite number of terms of a GP
Recurring decimal numbers as GP
Geometric mean (GM)
Insertion of gm between any two given numbers
Harmonic progression
Harmonic mean (HM)
Relationship among am, gm and hm
Arithmetic- geometric series
special cases of ån,ån2 ,ån3
Exponential series concept of e as the sum of an infinite series
Proof of 2<e<3
Exponential function (ex) as the infinite series
Logarithmic series- infinite series for loge (1+x), loge(1-x) and related problems
Mathematics: Unit 06
Permutations and combinations
Fundamental principle of counting
The factorial notation
Permutation as an arrangement
Meaning of P (nr) combination
Meaning of C(nr)
Application of permutations & combinations
Mathematics: Unit 07
Mathematical induction
The principle of mathematical induction, simple applications
Binomial theorems: statement of binomial theorem
Proof of the binomial theorem for positive integral exponent using the principle of mathematical induction
General and middle terms in binomial expansions
Binomial theorem for any index (without proof)
Application of binomial theorem for approximation and properties of binomial coefficients
Mathematics: Unit 08
Mathematical logic
Mathematical logic statement
Venn diagrams
Negation
Basic logical connectives and compound statement including the negations
Truth tables
Duality algebra of statements and applications of logic in solving simple problems
Matrices and determinants: types of matrices
Equality of matrices
Operations of addition
Scalar multiplication and multiplication of matrices
Statements of important results on operations of matrices and their verification by numerical problems only
Linear equations in matrix notation
Determinants
Determinant of a square matrix
Properties of determinants
Minors & cofactors of determinants
Applications of determinants in (i) finding area of a triangle (ii) solving a system of linear equations
Cramer's rule
Transpose
Adjoint and inverse of a matrix
Consistency and inconsistency of system of linear equations
Application of matrices in solving simultaneous linear equations in two or three variables
Mathematics: Unit 09
Boolean algebra
Boolean algebra as an algebraic structure
Principle of duality
Boolean function
Conditional and biconditional statements
Valid arguments
Switching circuits
Application of Boolean algebra to switching circuits
Mathematics: Unit 10
Trigonometry
Trigonometric functions of sum and difference of numbers
Trigonometric functions of multiples and submultiples of numbers
Conditional identities for the angles of a triangle
Solution of trigonometric equations
Solution of triangles
Concept of inverse trigonometric functions and their use to reduce expression to simplest form
Vectors & scalars
Magnitude and direction of a vector
Types of vectors
Position vector of a point dividing a line segment in a given ratio
Components of a vector
Addition of vectors
Multiplication of a vector by a scalar
Scalar (dot) product of vectors
Projection of a vector on a line
Vector (cross) product of two vectors
Application of dot & cross products in (i) finding area of triangle and a parallelogram (ii) problems of plane geometry and trigonometry (iii) finding work done by a force (iv) vector moment of a vector about a point
Scalar triple product and its applications
Moment of a vector about a line
Co planarity of three vectors or four points using scalar triple product
Vector triple product
Mathematics: Unit 11
Coordinate geometry
Two dimension: (i) area of a triangle
Condition for the collinearity of three points
Centroid and in-centre of a triangle
Locus and its equation
The straight line and pair of straight lines –various forms of equations of a line
Intersection of lines
Angles between two lines
Condition for concurrency of three lines
Distance of a point from a line
Coordinates of orthocentre and circumcentre of a triangle
Equation of family of lines passing through the point of inter- section of two lines
Homogeneous equation of second degree in x & y
Angle between pair of lines through the origin
Combined equation of the bisectors of the angles between a pair of lines
Condition for the general second degree equation to represent a pair of lines
Point of inter-section and angle between two lines represented by S=0 and the factors of S
Mathematics: Unit 12
Circles
Standard form of the 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 inter- section of a line and a circle in the centre at the origin and condition of a line to be tangent to the circle
Length of tangent
Equation of the tangent
Equation of a family of circles through the inter- section of two circles
Condition for two intersecting circles to be orthogonal
Conic sections- sections of cones
Equations of conic sections (parabola, ellipse, hyperbola) in standard forms
Conditions for y = mx + c to be a tangent and points of tangency
Mathematics: Unit 13
Geometry of three dimension (3D)
Coordinate axes
Planes in three dimensional space
Coordinates of a point in space
Distance between two points
Section formula
D c's and d r's of a line joining two points
Projection of the join of two points on a given line
Angle between two lines whose d r s are given
Cartesian and vector equation of a line through (i) a point and parallel to a given vector (ii) through two points
Co- linearity of three points
Coplanar & skew line
Shortest distance between two lines
Condition for the intersection of two lines
Cartesian & vector equation of a plane (i) when the normal vector and the distance of the plane from the origin is given
(ii) passing through a point and perpendicular to given vector
(iii) passing through a point and parallel to two given lines through the intersection of two other planes
(iv) containing two lines
(v) passing through three points
Angle between two lines (ii) two planes (iii) a line and a plane
Condition of co-planarity of two lines in vector and Cartesian form
Length of perpendicular of a point from a plane by both vector and Cartesian methods
Vector and Cartesian equation of a sphere, its centre and radius
Diameter form of the equation of a sphere
Mathematics: Unit 14
Function, limits and continuity
Concept of real function
Its domain and range
Types of functions
Limit of a function
Meaning and related notations
Left and right hand limits
Fundamental theorems on limits
Limit at infinity and infinite limits
Continuity of a function (i) at a point (ii) over an open/closed intervals
Sum
Product and quotient of continuous functions
Continuity of special functions-polynomial
Trigonometric exponential
Logarithmic, inverse trigonometric functions
Mathematics: Unit 15
Differentiation
Derivative of a function, its geometrical and physical significance
Relationship between continuity and differentiability
Derivative of some simple functions from first principle
Derivative of sum
Derivative of difference
Derivative of product and quotient of functions
Derivative of polynomial, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, inverse trigonometric and implicit functions
Derivative of functions expressed in parametric form
Chain rule and differentiation by substitution
Derivatives of second order
Mathematics: Unit 16
Application of derivatives
Rate of change of quantities
Tangents and normals
Increasing and decreasing functions and sign of the derivatives
Maxima & minima
Greatest and least values
Rolle's theorem and mean value theorem (without proof )
Curve sketching of simple curves
Mathematics: Unit 17
Indefinite integrals
Integration as inverse of differentiation
Properties of integrals
Integration by substitution by parts
Partial fractions and their use in integration
Integration of rational and irrational functions
Integration of trigonometric functions of the type ò dx/ a+b cos x' ò dx/ a+b sin x and òsinm x cosn xdx
Mathematics: Unit 18
Definite integrals
Definite integral as limit of a sum
Fundamental theorems of integral calculus (without proof)
Evaluation of definite integrals by (i) substitution (ii) using properties of definite integrals
Application of definite internals in finding the areas bounded by a curve
Circle
Parabola and ellipse in- standard form between two ordinates and x-axis
Area between two curves (line and circle, line & parabola and line & ellipse)
Mathematics: Unit 19
Differential equations
Definition
Order and degree
General and particular solution
Formation of a differential equation whose general solution is given
Solution of differential equation by the method of separation of variables
Homogeneous differential equations
Linear differential equation of the type dy/dx + py = Q (x) whose p(x) & Q(x) are functions of x
Solution of second order differential equations
Mathematics: Unit 20
Statics and dynamics
Elementary statics- introduction
Basic concepts
Laws of mechanics
Force
Resultant of forces acting at 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
Two parallel forces
Like and unlike parallel forces
Couple and its moment
Mathematics: Unit 21
Elementary dynamics
Basic concept
Displacement
Speed
Velocity
Average speed
Instantaneous speed
Acceleration and retardation
Resultant of two velocities
Motion of a particle along a line when moving with constant acceleration
Motion of a particle under gravity
Projectile motion
The path of a projectile and its horizontal range
Velocity at any instant
Greatest height and time of flight
Mathematics: Unit 22
Probability
Random experiment and associated sample space events as subsets of sample space
Occurrence of an event
Impossible events
Sure events
Combination of events through the operations “and”, “or”, “not” and their set representation
Meaning of equally likely outcomes
Definition of probability of an event as the ratio of the number of favourable equally likely outcomes to the total number of outcomes
Equally likely events
Addition rule for mutually exclusive events
Conditional probability
Independent-events
Independent experiments
Calculation of probability of events associated with the independent experiments P (A or B), P (A and B)
Bayes' theorem and its application
Recall of concept of random variables and its probability distribution
Mean and variance of random variables
Binomial and Poisson's distributions, their mean, Variance and application of these distributions in commerce and industry

Biology+

Biology: Unit 01
Origin and evolution of life
Theories and evidences of origin of life
Concept of species
Speciation and isolation
Homeostasis
Scope of biology
Classification-artificial
Natural and phylogenetic
Binomial nomenclature
Status of bacteria and virus
Biology: Unit 02
Cell biology
Ultra structure of cell
Cell organelles and their function
Cell division
Karyotype analysis
Chromosomal basis and other patterns of inheritance
Linkages and crossing over
Mutation and chromosomal aberrations
Gene mapping
Human genetics
Structure of RNA and its role in protein synthesis
Gene expression and its regulation
Nuclear basis of differentiation and development
Oncogenes
DNA as a genetic material
Recombinant DNA Technology
Gene bank
DNA fingerprinting
Genomics-principles and applications
Transgenic plants
Animals and microbes
Biology: Unit 03
Physiology of plants and animals
Plant water relations
Transpiration
Photosynthesis
Respiration
Glycolysis
Kreb's cycle
Compensation point
Respiratory quotient
Food and vitamins
Inter- and intra-cellular digestion
Role of hormones and enzymes in digestion
Malnutrition
Respiration and circulation in animals
Blood, its composition and related disorder
Osmoregulation and excretion
Reproduction and growth in plants and animals: vegetative
Micro propagation and sexual reproduction
Flowering-photoperiodism
Vernalization
Pollination
Double fertilization
Parthenogenesis and parthenocarpy
Reproduction in animal-embryonic development
Growth
Repair
Aging and death
Movement and locomotion in plants and animals
Nervous coordination in animal
Phytochromes
Seed germination
Role of growth regulators in seed dormancy
Biology: Unit 04
Ecology and environment
Organism and the environment
Population
Community
Ecosystem and biosphere
Major biomes
Ecological succession
Productivity
Energy flow in ecosystem
Nutrient cycling
Natural resources and its conservation
Biodiversity
Environmental pollution
Global environmental changes
Environmental ethics and legislation
Biology: Unit 05
Morphology of plants and animals
Morphology and modification of root, stem and leaf
Inflorescence
Flower
Fruit
Seed structure and types
Description of family Poaceae
Description of family Liliaceae
Description of family Fabaceae
Description of family Solanaceae and Asteraceae
Meristematic and permanent tissues
Organization, organelles, cytoskeleton, anatomy of root, stem and leaves
Secondary growth
Animal tissues-structure and function of epithelial, connective, muscular and nervous tissues
Salient features of Earthworm, cockroach and rat
Biology: Unit 06
Application of biology
Human population growth and factors
Common problem of drug, alcohol and tobacco
Mental and addictive disorder
Common human diseases
Technology for medical application
Plant tissue culture and its application
Bioenergy
Bio pesticide
Bio piracy
Bioethics
Domestication and improvement of plants and animals
Biomedical technologies such as radiography, angiography, sonography, ECG,EEG,ELISA test
Types, detection and diagnosis of cancer

NEE NEE-III Syllabus

Physics+

Physics: Unit 01
Mechanics
Fundamental & derived units with particular reference to S.I. units-illustrations
Explanation of dimensions with examples
Explanation of vector and scalar quantities with examples
Displacement as vector quality
Concepts of instantaneous velocity
Acceleration
Equations of motion
Definition and explanation of laws of motion
Force
Mass and weight with mathematical expressions
Universal laws of gravitation and projectile motion
Explanation of circular motion
Satellite motion in an orbit: Kepler's laws
Escape velocity
Rigid body motion
Moment of inertia
Angular momentum
Torque
Centre of mass
Conservation of angular momentum
Simple harmonic motion and its geometric representation
Derivation of its equation
Concepts of amplitude
Oscillation
Time period, frequency and phase with their mathematical expressions
Definition and explanation of work
Power and energy with mathematical relation
Problems involving potential and kinetic energies and conservation of energy
Conservative and non-conservative forces
Static and dynamic friction
Physics: Unit 02
Properties of solids
Definition and explanation of strain, stress, elastic limit, ultimate strength
Hooke's law and young's modulus
Compression bending
Twisting and shear
Elastic moduli and their relations
Poisson's Ratio
Concepts and examples of properties e.g. hardness, malleability, ductility, brittleness, toughness, abrasion, resistance, fatigue
Physics: Unit 03
Properties of liquids
Thrust of a liquid and pressure
Pressure at different depths
Pascal's law and hydraulic press
Buoyancy
Archimedes' principle: definition and explanation with illustration
Surface tension
Viscosity
Fluidity and volatility
Physics: Unit 04
Heat and thermodynamics
Heat and temperature
Construction of mercury thermometers
Measurement
Measuring scales and devices
Definition and explanation of linear expansion
Area and volume expansion with mathematical relation
Expansion of gas at constant temperature and at constant pressure
Ideal gas equation
Measurement of specific heat capacity
Relation between Cp and Cv
Isothermal and adiabatic process
Explanation of change of state of matter with change of temperature
Definition of latent heat of fusion and vaporization and numerical examples
Transfer of heat
Explanation and examples of conduction
Convection and radiation processes
Thermal conductivity
Idea of black body radiation
Stefan-Boltzmann law
Explanation of first and second laws of thermodynamics with examples
Physics: Unit 05
Sound
Wave motion, phase, amplitude and velocity of wave
Concept of longitudinal and transverse waves
Definition of period
Frequency
Wave length
Amplitude and phase
Speed of sound wave
Wave propagation in a medium
Doppler effect
Properties of sound waves
Reflection
Refraction and superposition of waves
Stationary waves
Beats
Vibration of strings and air columns
Concept of resonance
Echo
Reverberation
Physics: Unit 06
Light
Explanation of light wave
Wave front ray
Velocity of light
Laws of reflection
Reflection in different types of mirrors (plane, spherical, cylindrical, parabolic) with their geometrical drawing)
Definition of image
Focal length
Radius of curvature
Magnification with formula
Numerical examples and application
Laws of refraction
Refractive index
Total internal reflection
Concave and convex lenses and image formation through them
Formula connecting object and image distances
Application in telescopes, microscopes, theodolite etc.
Refraction through prism
Elementary ideas of electromagnetic waves
Wave nature of light
Young's double slit experiment and fringe width
Single slit diffraction
Polarisation
Physics: Unit 07
Electrostatics
Explanation of charge on the basis of electron theory
Charging by friction
Force between electric charges
Concept of unit charge
Electric field and electric potential, P.D. and its measurement
Definition of capacitance of parallel plate capacitor
Capacitors in series and parallel
Dielectric constant
Physics: Unit 08
Current electricity
Definition of EMF
Potential difference
Current with illustrations
Basic direct current circuits: units of current
Resistance and conductance
Ohm's law and solution of simple problems
Effect of temperature on resistance
Parallel connections of resistors
Kirchoff's rules, their applications and examples
Physics: Unit 09
Magnetic properties of materials
Type of magnetic substances
Magnetic flux
Flux density
Relative permeability
Magnetic properties of soft iron and steel
Physics: Unit 10
Electromagnetism
Nature of magnetic field due to a straight conductor
A circular conductor and a solenoid
Fleming's left hand and right hand rules
Effect of current flowing through two parallel conductors
Biot - Savart law
Physics: Unit 11
Electromagnetic induction
EMF induced in a coil by magnet, calculation of EMF
Direction of induced EMF Lenz's law
Faraday’s law of induction
Explanation of eddy current and explanation of self and mutual induction
Calculation of self and mutual inductance
Generation of alternating EMF
Concept of reactance: capacitive and inductive
Impedance
Simple AC circuit analysis
Physics: Unit 12
Modern physics
Photoelectric effect
Structure of atom
Atoms and molecules
Intermolecular forces
Chemical bonding
Crystal structure with simple examples
Physics: Unit 13
Radio-activity
Explanation of fission and fusion processes
Physics: Unit 14
Semiconductors
Properties and basic principles, p and n types
Action of transistors

Chemistry+

Chemistry: Unit 01
States of matter
Gaseous state: postulates of kinetic theory of ideal gases
Derivation of ideal gas equation
Continuity of states
Liquefaction of gases
Solid state: structure of solids
Unit cell
Solid state: structure of solids, unit cell, FCC, BCC, CCP structure of solids
Chemistry: Unit 02
Solution and colloidal solution
Concentration of solutions: mass percent
Mass fraction
Mole fraction
Molality
Normality
Molarity
Dilute solutions: Raoult's law, its statement and explanation
Ideal and non-ideal solutions
Colligative properties: relative lowering of vapour pressure
Elevation in boiling point
Depression in freezing point
Osmotic pressure and its determination
Determination of molecular masses based on colligative properties
Van't Hoff theory of dilute solutions
Van't Hoff factor
Chemistry: Unit 03
Colloidal solutions
Definition, classification and Preparation of colloidal solutions
Properties of colloidal state: Tyndall effect, Electrophoresis, Brownian movement
Protective colloids
Chemistry: Unit 04
Thermodynamics and thermochemistry
First law of thermodynamics
Mathematical formulation of the law
Isothermal and adiabatic changes
Relation between heat capacities at constant pressure and constant volume
Second law of thermodynamics: Carnot cycle and derivation of an expression for efficiency of a reversible engine
Concept and physical significance of entropy
Gibbs energy and work-function relation
Gibbs energy change and chemical spontaneity
Thermochemistry: heats of reaction
Hess's law of constant heat summation
Chemistry: Unit 05
Kinetics and chemical equilibrium
Rate of reaction
Law of mass action
Velocity constant
Reversible reactions and chemical equilibrium
Equilibrium constant
Le Chatelier's principle (statement)
Molecularity and order of reaction
First and second order of reactions
Rate law equation and mechanism of reactions, equilibrium constant
Chemistry: Unit 06
Ionic equilibria
Modern ionic theory
Modern concepts on acids and bases
Strength of acids and bases
Ionic product for water
Ph scale
Common-ion effect and solubility product
Their applications in qualitative inorganic analysis and indicators
Chemistry: Unit 07
Atomic structure and chemical bonding
Electrons, protons and neutrons
Their charges and relative masses
The early models of the atom
Rutherford's model
Hydrogen spectra
Failure of Rutherford's model
Bohr's model of hydrogen and hydrogen like atoms
Dual nature of electron
De-Broglie equation
Uncertainty principle
Quantum numbers (i.e. quantum numbers and their application to electronic structure of atoms)
Concept of atomic orbital
Pauli's exclusion principle
Hund's rule
Aufbau principle
Chemistry: Unit 08
Ionic bonds
Definition, factors influencing the formation of ionic compounds
Lattice energy of ionic compounds
Chemistry: Unit 09
Covalent bonds
Covalent bonds: nature of covalent bond (Lewis concept)
Concept of orbital overlap in bond formation
Sigma and pi bonds
Hybridization of atomic orbital (sp, sp,2 sp3, hybridization)
Properties of covalent compounds
Structure of simple molecules such as H2O, NH3,CH4, C2H4, C2H2, PCI5 and SF6
Co-ordinate covalent bonds: Lewis concept
Structure of H3O+ and NH4 + ions on the basis of hybridization
Properties of co-ordinate covalent compounds, Sigma and pi bonds
Chemistry: Unit 10
Metallic bonds
Metallic bonds, bonding in metals (elementary treatment only)
Insulators, conductors and semiconductor, extrinsic semi-conductors (n-type and p-type)
Chemistry: Unit 11
Hydrogen bond
Types of hydrogen bond
Consequences of hydrogen bonding
Chemistry: Unit 12
Periodic properties of elements
Mendeleev's periodic table and periodic law, long form of periodic table, its merits and demerits
General characteristics
Properties of s-block, p-block and d-block elements
Trend of periodic properties of elements such as atomic volume, atomic radii, ionization potential
Electron affinity and electronegativity in periodic table (qualitative treatment only)
Chemistry: Unit 13
Metallurgy
General principles of extraction of metals
Occurrence of metals
Sources of different metals
General method of extraction of metals by pyro metallurgical process and by electrolysis (different principles only)
Chemistry: Unit 14
Ferrous metallurgy
Ores of iron
Metallurgy of iron and manufacture of steel
Properties of cast iron
Wrought iron
Steel
Chemistry: Unit 15
Non-ferrous metallurgy
Effects of carbon, silicon, phosphorous, sulphur, manganese on cast iron and steel
Ores of aluminium and copper
Metallurgy of aluminium and copper
Properties and uses of Lead, Zinc, Tin and Chromium
Chemistry: Unit 16
Alloys
Effects of carbon and other alloying elements on the properties of steel
Composition and uses of the following alloys: Brass, , Bronze, German silver, Bell metal, Gun metal, Duralumin, Nanganin, Type metal, Nichrome and Solder.
Chemistry: Unit 17
The chemistry of some chemicals
Ammonia
Nitric acid
Sulphuric acid
Hydrochloric acid
Hydrogen and oxygen
Chemistry: Unit 18
Organic chemistry - introduction
Classification and nomenclature of organic compounds
Qualitative detection of nitrogen
Sulphur and halogens
Chemistry: Unit 19
Hydrocarbons
Saturated and unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbons
Preparation and properties with special reference to methane
Ethane
Ethylene
Acetylene
Aromatic hydrocarbons: preparation and properties of benzene
Structure of benzene
Chemistry: Unit 20
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Preparation, properties and uses of halo alkanes and polyhalogen derivatives such as CHCL3, CHI3, DDT
Chemistry: Unit 21
Compounds with functional groups containing oxygen
General methods of preparation and properties of alcohols and phenols, aldehydes and ketones, carboxylic acid and acid derivatives
Chemistry: Unit 22
Compounds with functional groups containing nitrogen
Preparation and properties of nitrocompounds, amines and azo-compounds
Chemistry: Unit 23
Industrial chemistry: plastics & polymers
Definition of a polymer
Polymerization (addition and condensation)
Thermoplastic and thermosetting resins
Some commercially important plastics
Rubbers and their vulcanization
Chemistry: Unit 24
Fuels
Definition of fuel
Classification of fuels with examples
Calorific value (gross and net)
Solid fuels: different types of solid fuels
Ignition point
Carbonization of coal
Destructive distillation of wood (name of different products only)
Liquid fuels: fractional distillation of crude oil (only names of different fractions
Boiling ranges and uses of different fractions)
Properties of liquid fuels: flash point, power point, viscosity, specific gravity carbon residue
Octane and cetane number
Gaseous fuels: different commercial gaseous fuels with their composition and calorific value
Manufacture of producer gas and water gas (principles with physico-chemical reactions only)
Chemistry: Unit 25
Water
Hard and soft water
Boiler feed water
Scale formation
Priming and foaming
Caustic embrittlement
Water softening methods
Treatment of water for town supply and sewage disposal
Chemistry: Unit 26
Corrosion and its protection
Definition, theories of corrosion
Factors affecting rate of corrosion
Rusting of iron
Demerits of corrosion
Prevention of corrosion by various methods
Chemistry: Unit 27
Environmental pollution
Air and water pollution: causes and remedy

Mathematics+

Mathematics: Unit 01
Algebra
Arithmetic, geometric and harmonic progressions
Permutation and combination
Middle term
Greatest term
Binomial expansion for general index
Determinants up to third order
Their properties and application to solve linear algebraic equations (Cramer's rule)
Concept of a matrix
Types of matrices
Equality of matrices
Operations of addition
Scalar multiplication and multiplication of matrices
Determinant of a square matrix
Transpose
Adjoint and inverse of a matrix
Consistency and inconsistency of a system of linear equations
Solving a system of linear equations in two or three variables using inverse of a matrix
Mathematics: Unit 02
Trigonometry
Inverse trigonometric functions, solution of inverse trigonometric equations
Mathematics: Unit 03
Coordinate geometry (2D)
Points and their coordinates in a plane
Distance formula
Area of a triangle
Condition for the collinearity of three points and section formula
Various forms of equations of a line
Intersection of lines
Angles between two lines
Condition of concurrency of three lines distance of a point from a line
Pair of lines
Circle
Tangents and normal to a circle
Simple problems on parabola
Ellipse and hyperbola
Mathematics: Unit 04
Differential calculus
Partial derivatives
Maxima & minima of single & two variables
Tangent and normal
Curvature and derivative of arc
Mathematics: Unit 05
Integral calculus
Integration of rational and irrational functions
Integration of transcendental functions
Definite integration
Area bounded by curves
Length of arc and volume of surface revolution
Mathematics: Unit 06
Differential equation
Linear differential equations of first and second order & their applications
Mathematics: Unit 07
Vector calculus
Gradient, divergence & curl
Line integral
Surface integral & volume integral
Mathematics: Unit 08
Coordinate geometry (3D)
Points and coordinates on 3-dimensional space
Distance between points
Direction cosines
Direction ratios
Projections
Equation to a plane
Angle between planes
Distance of a point from a plane
Angle between lines & planes
Condition of co planarity of two lines
Shortest distance between two lines
Condition for the intersection of two lines
Mathematics: Unit 09
Probability
Problems on probabilities
Conditional probability
Bye's theorem
Binomial & Poisson distributions

Agricultural engineering+

Agricultural engineering: Unit 01
General engineering science
Laws of thermodynamics: Zeroth law, first law, second law
Concept of enthalpy
Internal energy
Entropy and absolute temperature
Properties of pure substances and mixtures
Reversibility and irreversibility
Thermodynamic cycles
Carnot cycle and steam power cycles
Otto
Diesel and dual cycles
Equivalent forces at a point
Simplest resultants in two and three dimensions
Equations of equilibrium
Free body diagrams and reactions
Two dimensional frames and trusses
Principle of virtual work
Frication forces
Belt, rope and chain drive and power screws
Centroids
Mass centres
Second moment and product of inertia of plant area
Velocity
Acceleration
Rectilinear
Curvilinear co-ordinate system and relative motion
Particle dynamics
Equation of motion
Concept of stress and strain
Normal and shearing stresses and strains
Stress-strain diagrams for uniaxial loading
Deformation of axially loaded members
Torsion of circular shafts
Stress and deflections in closed coiled helical strings subjects to flexural loads
Reactions for statically determine beams
Relationships between load
Shearing force and bending moment
Shear force and bending moment diagrams
Theory of simple bending stresses
Shearing stresses in beams
Principal stresses and principal planes
Principle strains
Principal stresses in 3D
Relation between elastic constants
Combined torsion and bending
Pressure vessels
Biaxial
Stresses
Yield theories
Deflection of beams
Agricultural engineering: Unit 02
Properties of fluids
Pressure and its measurement
Hydrostatic forces on surface
Kinematics and dynamics of fluid flow
Dimensional analysis and similitude
Laminar and turbulent flow in pipes
General equation for head loss
Energy loss trough pipe fittings
Agricultural engineering: Unit 03
Measurement of distance and areas
Principle and methods of chain surveying
Prismatic compass and chain traversing
Theodolite traversing
Plane table surveying including two point and three point problems
Levelling and contouring
Measurement of areas and volumes
Engineering properties of granular materials
Soil classifications
Fundamental definitions and relationships
Determination of index properties of soil
Permeability and seepage analysis
Stress distribution
Shear strength
Mohr's circle of stresses
Compaction
Active and passive earth pressures
Stability analysis of earthen slopes
Agricultural engineering: Unit 04
Farm power and machinery
Salient features of various source of farm power used in India
Farm engine, tractors and power tillers, their selection, operation and adjustment
Principles of working and construction of IC engine
Engine valves and operating mechanism
Fuel and combustion
Different systems of I.C. engine such as fuel, lubrication, cooling, intake, exhaust etc.
Study of clutch, brake, gearbox, differential, final drive hydraulic and electrical system of farm tractors
Use of electrical motors as a source of farm power
Scope, need and constraints of mechanization
Types of implements
Field capacities
Constructional details
Design criteria and principals of operations of different types of hand tools
Animal, power tiller and tractor operated primary and secondary tillage implements such as indigenous plough, mould board plough, disk plough, rototillers, harrow, cultivator, subsoilar, leveler etc.
Types principles and constructional details of weeder
Seed and fertilizer drill
Planters
Transplanters
Sprayer
Duster
Mower
Vertical conveyor reaper
Threshers and combine harvesters
Agricultural engineering: Unit 05
Soil and water conservation engineering
Water resources utilization in India
Ground water resources development and utilization
Hydraulics of wells
Open well and tube well design and construction
Water lifts and irrigation pumps
Measurement of irrigation water
Water conveyance and its control
Irrigation efficiencies
Irrigation scheduling
Design of irrigation channel and seepage analysis
Design of underground pipelines
Soil-plant-water relationships
Land grading and field layout for efficient irrigation
Introductory concept of farm irrigation methods: border
Check basin
Furrow
Sprinkler and drip
Drainage: importance, problems, types and requirements in agriculture, drainage coefficient, dynamics of soil-water, measurement of soil permeability, field drainage layout
Problems
Types and requirements in agriculture
Drainage coefficient
Dynamics of soil-water
Measurement of soil permeability
Field drainage layout patterns
Agricultural engineering: Unit 06
Hydrology
Hydrologic cycle
Precipitation
Infiltration
Evaporation
Runoff and its estimation and measurement
Types and mechanics of wind and water erosions
Biological and engineering measures of controlling erosion
Gully control and gully control structures
Drainage: importance, problems, types and requirements in agriculture, drainage coefficient, dynamics of soil-water, measurement of soil permeability, field drainage layout
Stream bank erosion and its control
Design
Construction and maintenance of farm ponds
Introduction to watershed management
Agricultural engineering: Unit 07
Post-harvest/process, food engineering and farm structures
Engineering properties of biological materials
Mixing and mixers
Psychrometry
Theory of grain drying
Different types of grain dryers and dryer efficiency
Size-reduction and energy requirement
Kick's law and Rittinger's law
Roller mill
Burr mill and hammer mill
Storage of grains
Lateral and vertical pressure relationship
Agricultural engineering: Unit 08
Importance of agricultural processing
Importance of agricultural processing: process of cleaning
Grading and sorting
And related equipment
Material handling equipment
Processing of cereals
Pulses
Oil seeds
Layout
Maintenance and testing of related machinery and plant
By-products utilization
Combustion
Gasification and other chemical and bio chemical transformations
Properties and classification of building material like bricks
Lime
Cement
Sand
Coarse aggregates
Timber
Asbestos
Glass etc.
Animal shelters and storage structures in fans

Civil engineering+

Civil engineering: Unit 01
Strength of materials and theory of structures
Normal stress
Shearing stress
Normal strain
Hooke's law
Stress-strain behaviour of mild steel
Poisson's Ratio
Shearing strain
Torsion of circular shaft
Relations among load
Shear and bending moment
Shear and bending-moment diagrams
Pure bending
Bending of members made of several materials
Shearing stresses in a beam
Mohr's circle for plane stress
Principal stresses
Maximum shearing stress
Euler's formula for pin-ended columns and columns with other end conditions
Equation of the elastic curve by double integration method
Slope and deflection of determinate beams by moment-area theorems
Deflections and slope by energy methods
Castigliano's theorem
Stability and degree of indeterminacy
Rolling loads and influence lines for determinate beams
Trusses
And floor girders
Cables and three-hinged arch
Civil engineering: Unit 02
Water resources engineering
Hydrology: rainfall, stream flow measurements, runoff, hydrographs, flood studies, reservoir and channel routing, flood forecasting, flood protection measures, river training works, well hydraulics
Irrigation: Command area, duty and delta, canal outlets, crop-water requirement
Civil engineering: Unit 03
Fluid mechanics
Properties of fluid
Manometry
Forces on plane and curved surfaces
Flow classification
Continuity equation
Momentum equation
Energy equation and their applications
Orifices
Venturimeter
Weirs and notches
Laminar and turbulent flow through pipes
Darcy Weisbach equation
Moody diagram
Steady uniform flow in open channels
Manning's formula
Civil engineering: Unit 04
Geotechnical engineering
Preliminary definitions & relationship
Determination of index properties
Classification of soils
Soil structure and clay mineralogy
Permeability
Darcy's law
Seepage analysis
Compaction
One dimensional consolidation
Terzaghi's theory
Shear strength
Theoretical consideration and tests
Shallow and deep foundations
Soil exploration
Civil engineering: Unit 05
Highway and railway engineering
Highway geometric design: cross sectional elements, sight distances, horizontal and vertical alignments
Types and components of pavement structures
Design of flexible pavements
Traffic characteristics: road user and vehicular characteristics
Traffic volume studies
O-D studies and traffic capacity studies
Civil engineering: Unit 06
Railways
Components, construction and maintenance of rail tracks
Points and crossings
Civil engineering: Unit 07
Surveying
Contouring
Theodolite and its adjustment
Measurement of angles and setting out lines
Trigonometrical levelling
Tacheometry
Curves and different methods of setting out curves
Introduction to electronic theodolites and total stations
Civil engineering: Unit 08
Structural design
Working stress methods of design
Singly and doubly reinforced sections
Rectangular and tee beams
Shear
Torsion and development length
One and two way slabs
Short and long column
Design of isolated footings
Introduction of limit state design
Design for flexure
Shear and compression
Design of riveted and welded connections
Tension and compression members
Splicing and lacing
Beam column connection
Roof trusses
Civil engineering: Unit 09
Environmental engineering
Estimation of quantity of water
Per capita demand
Population forecasting
Water quality parameters
Treatment of water
Distribution system
Estimation of quantity of sewage
Dry weather flow and storm runoff
Sewer appurtenances
Characteristics of sewage
Treatment and disposal of sewage
Sludge digestion

Computer science and engineering+

Computer science and engineering: Unit 01
Operating system and system software
Overview of operating systems
Operating systems structures
Uses
Types and functions of operating systems
File systems
File system implementation
Concept of Process-Process Management, Process Synchronization and Deadlocks, Inter-process Communications, CPU Scheduling
Memory management – Allocation schemes, paging segmentation, virtual memory, demand paging, paging replacement algorithms
Disk management – disk scheduling algorithms
System software- functions and uses of system software
Assemblers
Loaders
Linkers
Pass structure of an assembler
Loading schemes
Macro and co-routines
Macro processing and macro calls
Sub-routines and sub-routine calls
Computer science and engineering: Unit 02
Digital electronics and elements of logic design
Various number systems and their implementation
Binary arithmetic
1's complement
2's complement
9's complements & 10's complements of a number
Floating point numbers
Boolean algebra and logic functions
Different methods of minimizing Boolean functions
Design of combinatorial circuits – adders, multiplexer, demultiplexer, decoder, parity generator and checker, comparator etc
Switching algebra
Function decomposition
Symmetric function
Contact networks
Design of sequential circuits (synchronous & asynchronous) flip-flops
Register
Counter fault tolerant
Hazard
Stuck-at-fault
Bridging fault
Stuck-open-fault
Computer science and engineering: Unit 03
Microprocessor, computer architecture and organisation
8085 microprocessor: Architecture, programming and interfacing
Instruction set
Assembly language program
Counters and delays
Interrupts
Interfacing data converters
Programmable interface devices : 8155 multipurpose programmable device, 8279 keyboard/display interface, 8254 interval timer, 8259 interrupt controller, 8237 DMA controller
CPU structure and function
Basic idea of hardware and software
Instruction sets: characteristics
Functions and formats
Addressing modes
Computer arithmetic
Control unit: microprogram control, hardwired control
Memory : Internal memory organization, external memory (magnetic disk, RAID, optical memory, magnetic disk), cache memory and mapping procedures
I/O Organization : interrupts, programmed I/O, interrupt-driven I/O, DMA, I/O channels, standard I/O interfaces
RISC and CISC processor
Basics of parallel processing
Pipelining
Computer science and engineering: Unit 04
Programming language concepts
Programming in C and C++
Syntax
Pre-processor directives
Built-in data types
User-defined data types
Operators and precedence
Loops and conditional flow of control
Enumerated types
Arrays
Variable types and scope of variables
Global
File and namespace
Functions
Pass by value
pass by reference
Input and output handling
File handling
Operator and function overloading
Single inheritance
Polymorphism
Virtual member functions
Constructor and destructor
Information hiding
Encapsulation
Data members
Member functions
Public and private access
Computer science and engineering: Unit 05
Data structures
Arrays
Link lists
Stacks
Queues
Trees
Graphs: representations, implementations and their applications
Arithmetic expression evaluation
Recursion, priority, queues etc.
Graph and tree traversals
Basic search techniques
Tree searching: Binary search, trees, AVL trees etc.
Hashing techniques
Basic sorting techniques : bubble sort, insert sort, selection sort, radix sort
Tree indexes : mway, search trees, b-trees, b+trees

Electronics and communication engineering+

Electronics and communication engineering: Unit 01
Analog devices and circuits
Physics of semiconductor materials & components
Energy band diagram
Fermi level
Hall effects
Electronics and communication engineering: Unit 02
Devices
Diodes
BJTs, FETs
Thyristor
Tunnel diodes
Basics of ICs and operational amplifiers
Electronics and communication engineering: Unit 03
Circuits
Biasing circuits of transistors
Design of power supplies using diodes and transistors-voltage regulator circuits transistor amplifier (BJT & FET )
Power amplifiers
Feedback amplifiers
Oscillators (qualitative analysis only)
Multi vibrators
Time base circuits
Regulated power supply
Time base circuit saw-tooth voltage and current generators
Transistor switches
Wave shaping circuit (diode and transistors) electro-static and magnetic deflection methods
Low frequency h-parameter transistor & FET models
Pi models
Electronics and communication engineering: Unit 04
Digital devices and circuits: number systems
Logic gates-Boolean algebra-transistor as a switch logic families
Arithmetic and logic circuits-counters and shift registers-A/D and D/A converters
Multiplexer
Demultiplexer
Encoder
Decoder
Electronics and communication engineering: Unit 05
Microprocessors
Architecture-assembly language programming of 8085 peripheral devices
Interfacing of memory and devices
Semiconductor memories: RAM, ROM, storage devices, printer, connectors, floppy drives, organization of computer, simple programme
Electronics and communication engineering: Unit 06
Electronic instrumentation and measurements
Systems
Units and standards of measurement
AC and DC indicating instruments
AC and DC bridge circuits
Error analysis of generalized measurement systems
Transducers (strain gauge, LVDT, thermistor, thermocouple etc.)
Electronic measuring instruments
CRO
Digital ammeter
Millimetre
Voltmeter
Time and frequency measurements
Signal generators
Q-meter
Wattmeter
Energy meter
Electronics and communication engineering: Unit 07
Networks-filters and microwave engineering
Network theorems
Single and two port networks
T-type
II-type ladder type networks
Transmission lines: characteristics impedances
Attenuators
Equalizers
Basics of wave guides-transmission line charts
Electronics and communication engineering: Unit 08
Filters
Types, simple design problems
Basics of electromagnetic theory
Maxwell's equations
Basics principles of wave propagation
Fundamentals of antennas and radar
Basics of microwaves
EM spectrum principles of microwaves devices and circuits
Electronics and communication engineering: Unit 09
Communication engineering
Introduction to signal analysis-Fourier series and Fourier transform
Sampling theorem, Parseval's theorem, convolution, transmission through linear systems: AM,FM PM
Pulse modulation
PCM: amplitude limiting in FM,pre-emphasis, de-emphasis, Noise in AM and FM: multiplexing-FDM, TDM
ASK, FSK, Block schematic of different transmitters for AM,FM,SSB, ISB systems
Superheterodyne receivers, mixers, AGC, AFC, spectrum of EM waves
Propagation of EM waves-sky waves- sky wave, ground wave, space wave, skip distance, maximum usable frequency
Antenna fundamentals and radiation
Communication systems: principles of telegraphy, telephony and television broadcasting
Basics of satellite and optical fibre communications: fundamentals of telematics

Electrical engineering+

Electrical engineering: Unit 01
Electrical circuits
Phasors and phasor algebra
Balanced and unbalanced poly-phase circuit
Test signals
Star-delta transformation
Network theorems
Parameters of electromagnetic circuits
Resonance in R-L-C series and parallel circuits
Network analysis by mesh and node methods
Electrical engineering: Unit 02
Electrical engineering materials
Conducting
Insulating materials and magnetic materials
Properties and applications
Electrical engineering: Unit 03
Electrical instruments and measurements
Principles of measurements: Classification, accuracy and sensitivity, damping and control forces, shunt and multiplier
Measurement of resistance: Low, medium and high
Principle and uses of DC potentiometers
Ac bridges
Indicating instruments: Multimeter, PF meters, synchroscope
Electrical engineering: Unit 04
Electrical machines
Classification of DC machines
Constructional features
EMF
Torque
Excitations
Motor performance
Speed
Power
Size considerations
Speed control
Efficiency
Electrical engineering: Unit 05
Transformers
Induced EMF
Equivalent circuits
Regulation
Different efficiencies
Three phase induction machines: Torque characteristics, starting, equivalent circuits
Three phase synchronous machines: generation
Voltage regulation
Parallel operation
Synchronous motor
Starting and V-curves
Single phase motors: type, starting characteristics
Electrical engineering: Unit 06
Generation
Thermal, hydel and nuclear power stations
Prime movers and alternators
Electrical engineering: Unit 07
Transmission
Voltage levels
Line conductors
Electrical line parameters of short and medium lines
Voltage regulation
Corona
Electrical engineering: Unit 08
Distribution
D.C. and A.C. systems
Voltage level
Types of distribution feeders and distributors
Voltage drop and effects
Power factor improvement plant
Electrical engineering: Unit 09
Substation
Different types
Site selection
Equipment
Electrical earthing
Electrical engineering: Unit 10
Switchgear
Switches
Isolators
Circuit breakers and their types
Protection: fault current and protective devices
Fuses
Relay functions
Alternator
Transformer protection
Thermal relays
Over voltage-causes
Effect and protective devices
Electrical engineering: Unit 11
Electrical estimation and costing
Estimation of materials for industrial and residential installations
Ups and small diesel generating-set and accessories
Cost estimation of materials and selection criteria
Design and calculation of the cost of 400 v/230 v three phase 4 wire
100-500 kw overhead line
Tenders
Electrical engineering: Unit 12
Electrical power utilization
Design of lighting system
Electrical heating: Resistance heating, induction heating, arc heating and dielectric heating
Types of electric welding electrochemical process: principles, equipment and procedure
Electrical drives: characteristics of various electric drives
Speed control
Starting and breaking
Mechanical consideration
Selection of motors
Electrical engineering: Unit 13
Power electronics
Power diodes and Darlington pair
Thyristor: principle
Thyristor family
Firing circuits
Applications
Selenium rectifiers
Uncontrolled and controlled rectification
Power MOSFET
Electrical engineering: Unit 14
Digital electronics
Digital signals
Gates
Boolean algebra
Logic families
Multiplexer /demultiplexer
Encoders/decoders
Flip-flops
Registers
Counters and applications of logic gates
Op-amps in timing circuits
A/D and D/A conversion
Electrical engineering: Unit 15
Computer programming
Concept of low level and high level languages
Block-diagram
Concept of flow chart
And algorithm
Assemblers
Macros
Sub-routines
Co-routines
Loaders
Linkers
Editors and compilers
Programming and file handling in C and C++

Mechanical engineering+

Mechanical engineering: Unit 01
Engineering mechanics and strength of materials
Vector concepts
Rest and motion
Introduction to force systems (parallel concurrent & coplanar)
Free body diagram
Equilibrium principle
Static analysis of systems
Friction and impending motion
Rolling and sliding of cylinders
Newton's law of motion and derived concepts
Centroid
Area & mass moment of inertia
Work-energy principle
Impulse
Collision of two bodies
Plane motion of particles and applications
Static analysis of simple structures
Method of joints and method of sections
Virtual work
Combined motion of rotation and translation
Transmission of power by belt and gear drives
Stress & strain
Shear stresses
Principal stress and strain
Mohr's circle for stress and strain analysis
Beams & columns
Shear force and bending moment diagram
Theories of failures
Columns
Struts
Stress & strain analysis of shafts under torsion
Analysis of springs
Mechanical engineering: Unit 02
Engineering materials
Mechanical, thermal, chemical properties
Structure of materials
Alloys
Iron and its alloys
Iron carbon phase diagrams
Steel and their important alloys of iron
Heat treatment processes
Elastic & plastic behaviours
Plastic deformation
Effect of various alloying elements on mechanical properties of iron: bearing alloys
Powder metallurgy
Fick's law
Commonly used engineering materials for tools
Engineering components and household objects
Mechanical engineering: Unit 03
Design of machine element
Concept of FOS
Material selection
Engineering materials
Design of rivets
Screws
Bolts with detail analysis
Cotter and knuckle joints
Shafts
Keys and couplings
Springs – helical and leaf types
Mechanical engineering: Unit 04
Hydraulics and hydraulic machines
Properties of liquid
Hydraulic pressure and its measurement
Forces on immersed bodies
Centre of pressure
Buoyancy stability of immersed and floating bodies
Flow of liquids: 1-D, 2-D & 3-D flows
Steady, unsteady, laminar and turbulent flows
Continuity equation
Momentum equation
Energy equation and their applications
Euler equation and Bernoulli's equation
Orifice
Mouth piece and nozzles
Flow through pipes and piping systems
Losses in piping systems
Fundamentals of channel flow
Hydraulic jump
Flow measurements : dimensional analysis and associated theorems
Non dimensional numbers and their significances
Stream function and velocity potential function
Streamline
Streakline and pathline
Rotational and irrigational flow
Circulation and vorticity
Free and forced vortex
Basic flows like rectilinear, source, sink, doublet etc.
Different types of pump
Reciprocating and rotary pumps
Operation and maintenances of pumps
Cavitation and NPSH
Characteristic curves of pumps
Losses and efficiencies of pumps
Compressors
Blowers and fans
Different types of turbines
Francis
Kaplan and Pelton turbines
Operation and maintenance of turbines
Characteristic curves
Work done and efficiency of turbine
Specific speed and selection of pumps and turbines
Hydraulic machinery like hydraulic ram
Hydraulic coupling and torque converter
Hydraulic jack
Screw pump
Gear pump
Vane pump
Mechanical engineering: Unit 05
Thermal engineering
Basic thermodynamic concepts
System and surrounding
Thermodynamic properties
Intensive and extensive properties
Point and path functions
Zeroth law
First and second laws of thermodynamics and associated corollaries
Concepts of absolute temperature
Internal energy
Enthalpy & entropy
Clausius inequality
Concept of availability
Maxwell's relations
Application of thermodynamic laws
Reversibility & irreversibility
Internal & external irreversibility
Pure substances and mixtures
Thermodynamic cycles: Carnot cycle
Rankin cycle
Joule-Brayton cycle
Air standard cycles
Otto cycle and diesel cycles
Ideal gas compression and compressors
Jet propulsion
Gas compressors
Stream generators
Fuel and combustion
I.C. engine
Calculation of efficiencies
Testing of IC engines
Open and closed gas turbine cycles
Introduction to heat and mass transfer
Heat exchanger
LMTD and NTU methods
Principles of refrigeration
Air refrigeration system
Vapour compression refrigeration system
Refrigeration cycles
Use of T-S & P-H charts for refrigeration
Refrigerants and their properties
Vapour absorption system
Psychometric properties and charts
Types of power plants
Components of steam power plant
Hydro-electric power plant
Nuclear power plants
Diesel power plant
Elementary solar and geothermal power systems
Mechanical engineering: Unit 06
Theory of machines
Kinematics and kinetics
Mechanisms and structure
Inversions
Kinematic chains
Different types of mechanisms
Degree of freedom & its determination
Grashof's criterion
Velocity analysis
Acceleration analysis
Gear trains
Balancing of rotating masses
Brakes & dynamometer
Mechanical engineering: Unit 07
Production and industrial engineering
Fundamentals of metal cutting
Tool geometry
Calculations of cutting forces and tool life
General purpose machine tool and their operations
Various welding techniques like arc
Gas
Resistance
Metal forming methods like rolling, drawing, extrusion, press working
Powder metallurgy
Heat treatment of metals
Introduction to NC and CNC machines
Basics of measuring instruments
Study of transducers
Static and dynamic characteristic of instruments
Introduction to metrology: Limits, fits and tolerance
Mechanical and optical comparators
Measuring instruments of angles
Measurements of surface roughness and thread profiles
Calibration of various measuring instruments
Production planning
Inventory control
Material and wage calculation
Elements of cost
Network analysis
Work study and estimating machining time
Break even analysis
TQM & ISO 9000
Shop floor management
Machines & industrial safety

NEE 2020 Exam Pattern

NEE NEE-I Exam Pattern

The NERIST NEE 2020 will be conducted in OMR-based offline mode. The questions will be asked as objective type multiple choices (MCQs). Some of the questions will carry one mark, while other questions will carry two marks. The 1⁄4th of the marks will be deducted for each wrong attempt

The exam pattern of NEE-I 2020 (Paper Code: 10)

Section

Number of Questions

Physics(Section-A)

35 Questions (35 marks)

Chemistry (Section-B)

35 Questions (35 marks)

Mathematics (Section-C)

55 Questions (80 marks)

Total

125 Questions (150 marks)

NEE NEE-II Exam Pattern

Exam pattern of NEE-II (PCM - Paper Code: 20)

Sections

Number of Questions

Physics (Section-A)

45 marks (25 questions of 1-mark each & 10 questions of 2-marks each)

Chemistry (Section-B)

45 marks (25 questions of 1-mark each & 10 questions of 2-marks each)


Mathematics (Section-C)

60 marks (30 questions of 1-mark each & 15 questions of 2-marks each)

Total Marks

150 marks


Exam pattern of NEE-II (Vocational)

Sections

Number of Questions

Physics (Section-A)

25 marks (25 questions of 1-mark each)

Chemistry (Section-B)

25 marks (25 questions of 1-mark each)

Maths (Section-C)

30 marks (30 questions of 1-mark each)

Vocational Subject (Section-D)

70 marks (30 questions of 1-mark each & 20 questions of 2-marks each)


Vocational subjects with paper codes:

  • Farm Equipment - 21

  • Food Processing - 22

  • Construction Technology - 23

  • Electronics Technology/Electronics Maintenance - 24

  • Electrical Technology/Electrical Maintenance - 25

  • Mechanical Craftsmanship - 26

  • Automobile Technology - 27

  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning - 28


Exam pattern of NEE-II (Degree Module Forestry-Paper Code:29)

Sections

Questions & Marking Scheme

Physics (Section-A)

45 marks (25 questions of 1-mark each & 10 questions of 2-marks each)

Chemistry (Section-B)

45 marks (25 questions of 1-mark each & 10 questions of 2-marks each

Mathematics (Section-C)

60 marks (30 questions of 1-mark each & 15 questions of 2-marks each)

Total Marks

150 marks

NEE NEE-III Exam Pattern


Sections

Marking Scheme & Questions 

Physics (Section-A)

25 marks (25 questions of 1-mark each)

Chemistry (Section-B)

25 marks (25 questions of 1-mark each)

Mathematics (Section-C)

30 marks (30 questions of 1-mark each)

Branch subject (Section-C)

70 marks (30 questions of 1-mark each & 20 questions of 2-marks each)


Branch subjects and corresponding paper codes:

  • Agricultural Engineering - 30

  • Civil Engineering - 31

  • Computer Science and Engineering - 32

  • Electronics and Communications Engineering - 33

  • Electrical Engineering - 34

  • Mechanical Engineering - 35


NEE 2020 Admit Card

The admit card for NERIST NEE 2020 will be released through the website on April 5. To download the admit card, candidates will have to log in to the website by using the User ID and Password. Without a valid NERIST NEE 2020 Admit Card, candidates will not be allowed to appear for the entrance test. The admit card will contain important details includes candidates' name, photograph, signature, date of birth, date, time & venue of the exam centre. So, the candidates need to check all the information on the admit card.

NOTE: If the candidates forget the admit card to the exam centre, they must bring the photocopy of his/her Registration Confirmation page and two colour photographs to appear for the entrance test.

How to download the NERIST NEE 2020 Admit Card

  • Click on the download link of admit card on the website.  

  • Then, use either the Registration No. or user id and password to login to the website.

  • After login, the NERIST NEE 2020 admit card will appear on the screen.

  • Download the same as PDF file and take a printout for the entrance test

NEE 2020 Exam Centers

State City
Tripura Agartala
Mizoram Aizawl
Assam Dibrugarh
Guwahati
North Lakhimpur
Silchar
Tezpur
Sikkim Gangtok
Manipur Imphal
Arunachal Pradesh Itanagar
Pasighat
Bomdila
Nagaland Kohima
Meghalaya Shillong

Documents Required at Exam

  • Admit card
  • Printout of the confirmation page of application form
  • Two passport size photo

NEE 2020 Result

The result of NEE 2020 will be announced tentatively by May 15 for all three modules of NEE I, II & III. Candidates will be able to check their result from the official website only by the use of User ID and Password. You can get the necessary link from this web page. NERIST NEE 2020 Result will contain important details of selected/ waitlisted/ extended wait lists of NEE-I, NEE-II, and NEE-III. The merit list will be issued a few days after the declaration of result. Post the announcement of the merit list, the selected candidates will be called for the counselling and seat allotment process.

How to check the NERIST NEE Result 2020

  • Click on the result link 

  • Then, select the exam module and sub-module [i.e., NEE-II (PCM) or NEE-II (PCB)]. 

  • The result of NERIST NEE 2020 would be displayed on the screen as a PDF file.

  • Download the file and take the printout same for exam purpose.

NEE 2020 Counselling

Mode of Counselling: Online

The counselling/admission process will begin tentatively from July 8. The exact dates of NERIST NEE 2020 counselling will be published and the names of the selected/waitlisted candidates, along with the date and time of counselling uploaded on the website. After that, the eligible candidates will be able to download their counselling letter from the website only and no separate counselling letter will be issued. The candidates will have to provide all the appropriate original documents along with attested copies at the time of counselling/admission process.

NERIST NEE 2020 Counselling Process

  • Step-1: The candidates will have to register through the website to participate in the counselling and seat allotment process. After the completed online registration, a unique registration number will be generated and appear on the screen. Take a printout of the admission form and it should be submitted at the time of counselling.

  • Step-2: The candidate needs to bring the counselling-cum-admission form with them along with other relevant documents on the scheduled day of counselling and seat allotment process. 

  • Step-3: All candidates will have to successfully complete the document verification process that will be conducted during NERIST NEE counselling. Any candidate who fails in the process will be disqualified.

NOTE: If the candidate is absent on the day of counselling, it will be considered that the candidate is ‘Not Interested’ and his or her candidature will be abandoned. Candidates reporting late process may also lose their preferred branch during the counselling process.

Documents Required at Counselling

  • Pass certificate and mark sheets and of class 10, 12 & diploma, if applicable
  • Printout of counselling-cum-admission form
  • Institute leaving certificate
  • Migration certificate
  • Caste certificate
  • Government employee certificate (GEC) of parent/guardian, if applicable
  • Aadhaar card, along with a photocopy
  • Medical fitness certificate
  • Physical-loco motor disability (PD)
  • Permanent resident certificate (PRC), If applied for NE state quota
  • Legal guardian certificate/affidavit from the first class magistrate
  • Private business certificate, if applicable
  • Income certificate of parent/legal guardian
  • Online anti-ragging undertaking/affidavit

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neet silyabus which subjects are in nee

Shareef 14th Feb, 2020

NEET exam is conducted on May 3rd 2020 for 3 hours in offline mode. The subjects are  Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The syllabus is 11th and 12th chapters of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. All of the questions come from this syllabus only. So if you study NCERT books, it will be helpful for you. If you want to prepare online, then we also have NEET preparation package. Check the complete NEET syllabus at: https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-syllabus . You can check NEET knockout package: https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-neet-may/ . We have 250 hours of video lectures, 5000 and more concept wise videos and 5000 concepts which will help you in NEET preparation. It is user friendly for medical aspirants.

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IAM a A.P girl I got 81.05 % in Jan nee main 2020 ...I want to prepare better for April sessions but ipe exams are near ....Can my state board preparation is enough for mains ...plz give suggestions

Akshat Sidharth 30th Jan, 2020
Hello Sampath

Congratulations on your score.You have achieved a very decent score but it can be improvised. First of all your board preparations are not enough but it can be the most of it.If you are voraciously preparing for your boards you just need to solve a few previous years papers and try to take some mock tests available online. This much preparation would be enough to let you secure a good percentile in Jee Mains April session.
So prepare hard.

Wish you good luck for your future endeavours.
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I need the course of BSW WHICH COLLEGE IN INDIA

Akram Khan 9th Jan, 2020

Hi,

There are many institutions which provide BSW course. You can do it in regular mode or you can do this courses in distance mode through a recognized open university which offers this course.

Some of the best college are :

Tata Institute of social sciences ,Mumbai

Madras school of social work

Indra gandhi open university.

Christ university ,banglore

Aligarh muslim university

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda.

Alagappa University

There are other universities also whcih offers this course. You can choose the institution by considering your convenience.



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IAM in class 11 I need to know about what kind of nee books can be prepare for her main and advance

Naufal Mohamed 9th Jan, 2020
Firstly make sure to have a strong foundation in the topics of physics,chemistry and mathematics from your NCERT text book of 11th and 12th grade. This should be more than enough to get you a decent score. It you are aiming for a higher rank then go for HC Verma  for physics and RD Sharma for mathematics. Also do high order thinking level questions from NCERT Exemplar.
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my dob is 19 jun 2004 can I give meet 2020

Bhaskar Nakkina Student Expert 3rd Dec, 2019

Hii,

NEET is a National level Common Entrance test to get admission in various Medical and veterinary Colleges in India to pursue MBBS course. Speaking about the Age eligibility criteria , the candidate must be minimum 17 years of age as of Dec 31,2020. You will be 16 years of age at that time. So you are not eligible to apply for NEET 2020 exam.

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