EAMCET 2015 Syllabus
EAMCET 2015 would contain questions that are generally at the Intermediate Course level (equivalent to the 10+2 level). The EAMCET 2015 syllabus for engineering and Agriculture & Medical are:
EAMCET Engineering Syllabus
Subjects in the test include mathematics, physics and chemistry. Mathematics questions might include questions on probability, coordinate geometry, vector algebra, algebra, trigonometry and calculus. Physics topics include elements of vectors, kinematics, fluid mechanics, dynamics, collisions, simple harmonic motion, elasticity, friction, temperature and thermal expansion, rotatory motion, transmission of heat, gravitation, optics, thermodynamics, wave motion, centre of mass and measurements, units and dimensions. Additional topics in this subject may be electrostatics, magnetism, physical optics, electromagnetics, current electricity, thermoelectricity, communication systems, semiconductor devices, nuclear physics and atomic physics.
Chemistry subject questions will generally include questions on thermodynamics, surface chemistry, alkali and alkaline earth metals, hydrogen and its compounds, p-block elements, chemical kinetics, solid state, electro chemistry, solutions, states of matter, stoichiometry, chemical bonding and molecular structure, classification of elements and periodicity in properties and atomic structure. Other possible topics are group 18 elements, polymers and biomolecules, organic compounds containing nitrogen, general principles of metallurgy, carboxylic acids, aldehydes and ketones, organic compounds containing nitrogen, transition elements, stereo chemistry, chemistry in everyday life, alkynes and aromatic hydrocarbons, hydrocarbons, organic chemistry (basic principles and techniques) and alcohols, phenols and ethers.
For further details, consult the EAMCET Engineering syllabus.
EAMCET Agriculture and Medical Syllabus
Subjects for this test include botany, zoology, physics and chemistry. Topics within botany may include plant kingdom, plant taxonomy, cell biology, internal organization of plants, plant ecology, genetics, external morphology, microbiology, plant physiology, plants and human welfare, reproduction in angiosperms and general topics such as classification of the plant kingdom. Zoology topics might include topics such as locomotion and reproduction in protozoa, phylum annelida, phylum arthropoda, phylum chordata, reptilia (aves and mammalia), animal organization, characteristics and classification of invertebrate phyla, animal associations, man and biosphere, functional anatomy of rabbits, genetics, applied biology and organic evolution.
Possible topics in physics questions might include friction, centre of mass, collisions, dynamics, kinematics, elements of vectors, thermodynamics, temperature and thermal expansion, fluid mechanics, surface tension, elasticity, simple harmonic motion, gravitation, rotatory motion, measurements, units and dimensions, electromagnetics, thermoelectricity, current electricity, electrostatics, magnetism, optics, physical optics, wave motion, transmission of heat, communication systems, semiconductor devices, nuclear physics and atomic physics.
Chemistry topics could include questions on electro chemistry, solutions, states of matter, stoichiometry, chemical bonding and molecular structure, classification of elements and periodicity in properties, atomic structure, p-block elements, alkali and alkaline earth metals, hydrogen and its compounds, surface chemistry, thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, solid state, haloalkanes and haloarenes, stereo chemistry, alkynes and aromatic hydrocarbons, environmental chemistry, transition elements and polymers and biomolecules.
For further details, consult the EAMCET Agriculture and Medical syllabus.