AUEET 2014 Exam Pattern & Syllabus

Updated on: Apr 21, 2014 , Author:

AUEET 2014 follows a objective type question format. The test will conducted for 90 minutes. The test paper will consist of three parts, namely, Part-A( Mathematics), Part-B (Physics), and Part-C (Chemistry). Part-A will contain 40 questions, while Part-B and Part-C will each comprise 30 questions. Each question carries one mark.

AUEET 2014 Syllabus

The syllabus prescribed for AUEEET 2014 for admission to five-year integrated dual programme and twinning programme in detail:

  • Mathematics: Algebra, Trigonometry, Vector algebra, Probability, Coordinate Geometry, Calculus.
  • Physics: Physical world, Units and Measurements, Motion in a straight line, Motion in a plane, Laws of Motion, Work, energy and power, System of particles and rotational motion, oscillations, Mechanical properties of solids, Gravitation, Mechanical properties of fluid, Thermal properties of matter, Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory, Waves, Ray optics and optical instruments, Wave optics, Electric charge and fields, Electrostatic potential and capacitance, Moving charge and magnetism, magnetism and matter, Electromagnetic Induction, Alternating current, Electromagnetic waves, Dual nature of radiation and matter, Atoms, Nuclei, Semiconductor electronics, Communication system.
  • Chemistry: Atomic structure, Classification of elements and periodicity in properties, Chemical bonding and molecular structure, State of matter, Stoichiometry, Thermodynamics, Chemical equilibrium and acid-bases, Hydrogen and its compounds, The s-block elements, p-block elements, Environmental chemistry, Organic chemistry, Solid states, Solutions, electrochemistry and chemical kinetics, Surface chemistry, General principles of metallurgy, p-block elements(group 15), d and f block and coordination compounds, polymers, Biomolecules, Chemistry in everyday life, Haloalkanes and Haloarenes, Aldehydes and ketone, Carboxylic acids, organic compounds containing nitrogen, Diazonium salts, Cyanides and isocyanides.
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