Joint Entrance Examination Main Syllabus

Physics Weightage
  • 1) Physics and Measurement (4%)
  • 2) Kinematics (3%)
  • 3) Laws of motion (3%)
  • 4) Work Energy and Power (3%)
  • 5) Rotational Motion (3%)
  • 6) Gravitation (2%)
  • 7) Properties of Solids and Liquids (5%)
  • 8) Kinetic theory of Gases (3%)
  • 9) Thermodynamics (9%)
  • 10) Oscillations and Waves (3%)
  • 11) Electrostatics (9%)
  • 12) Current Electricity (8%)
  • 13) Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism (5%)
  • 14) Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating currents (3%)
  • 15) Electromagnetic Waves (5%)
  • 16) Optics (10%)
  • 17) Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation (6%)
  • 18) Atoms And Nuclei (3%)
  • 19) Electronic devices (14%)
  • 20) Communication Systems (5%)
  • 21) Experimental skills (3%)
Chemistry Weightage
  • 1) Some basic concepts in chemistry (5%)
  • 2) Atomic Structure (3%)
  • 3) Classification of Elements and Periodic table (3%)
  • 4) Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure (5%)
  • 5) States of matter (3%)
  • 6) Chemical Thermodynamics (4%)
  • 7) Equilibrium (6%)
  • 8) Redox Reaction and Electrochemistry (4%)
  • 9) Solutions (5%)
  • 10) Chemical kinetics (3%)
  • 11) Surface Chemistry (1%)
  • 12) General Principle and process of Isolation of metals (2%)
  • 13) Hydrogen (3%)
  • 14) S - Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals) (1%)
  • 15) p- Block Elements (5%)
  • 16) d - and f - BLOCK ELEMENTS (4%)
  • 17) Co-ordination Compounds (4%)
  • 18) Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry (3%)
  • 19) Hydrocarbons (3%)
  • 20) Organic Compounds containing Halogens (2%)
  • 21) Organic Compounds containing Oxygen (6%)
  • 22) Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen (1%)
  • 23) Biomolecules (3%)
  • 24) Polymers (3%)
  • 25) Environmental Chemistry (3%)
  • 26) Chemistry in Everyday Life (4%)
  • 27) Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds (3%)
  • 28) Principles Related to Practical Chemistry (3%)
Maths Weightage
  • 1) Sets, Relations and Functions (5%)
  • 2) Complex numbers and quadratic equations (7%)
  • 3) Matrices and Determinants (7%)
  • 4) Sequence and series (5%)
  • 5) Trigonometry (4%)
  • 6) Co-ordinate geometry (15%)
  • 7) Limit , continuity and differentiability (10%)
  • 8) Integral Calculus (9%)
  • 9) Differential equations (3%)
  • 10) Vector Algebra (5%)
  • 11) Three Dimensional Geometry (6%)
  • 12) Permutations and combinations (4%)
  • 13) Binomial theorem and its simple applications (2%)
  • 14) Statistics and Probability (8%)
  • 15) Mathematical Induction (3%)
  • 16) Mathematical reasoning (3%)
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