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): Biological Sciences.(Hons.E.Sc. Computer Science.Sc. (ii) at BITS.): Biological Sciences.(Hons. Economics.)/B.Brochure BITSAT-2012 A Computer Based Online Test for Admission to Integrated First Degree programmes of BITS. and Hyderabad Campus for the academic year 2012-13 will be made on the basis of a Computer based Online Test conducted by BITS.Sc.Pharm. M. Computer Science. Note: All students admitted to M.(Hons. separately in Pilani. M.Pharm. Pilani. Mechanical. This test will be referred to as ‘BITS Admission Test – 2012’.(Hons. and M. Pilani – Pilani Campus: B. Civil. Chemistry. M.(Tech.(Hons. (iii) at BITS. Under this scheme.(Hons. Electrical and Electronics. Physics.): Chemical.): Biological Sciences. in short as BITSAT-2012 hereafter in this document. Electronics & Instrumentation.Pharm.(Hons. Civil. at Pilani campus. Electrical and Electronics. namely M. Mathematics. Goa campus.): Information Systems. a student normally requires five years to complete both the degrees and is awarded both the degrees.(Tech. Manufacturing .(Hons. 1. Mathematics. Pilani.E. Pilani – Hyderabad Campus : B.(Hons.Sc.(Hons.Sc.(Hons. 2012-13 The Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani is an all India Institution declared as Deemed to be University under Section 3 of the UGC Act.Pharm. Mathematics.Sc. Electronics & Communication. Information Systems. B.): Information Systems. Goa and Hyderabad campuses. Integrated First Degree Programmes to which admissions will be made on the basis of BITSAT-2012: (i) at BITS. Physics and M. Economics. Economics.) programmes are given an option to work for a second degree for one of the B. Mechanical.Sc. Chemistry.(Hons. Mechanical.(Hons.) and B. Electrical and Electronics. Admissions to all the Integrated First Degree programmes of BITS.) programmes under the dual degree scheme. Physics and M.).E.): Chemical. assignment being made by competition on their performance at BITS at the end of first year.(Tech.).)/B. B. Finance.E. Chemistry.Sc. Pilani – Goa Campus: B. Computer Science.): Chemical. Pilani.): General Studies. Electronics & Instrumentation. (Hons.) II .E.

Chemistry. Chemistry and Mathematics subjects in 12th examination. BITSAT-2012 Test Format: BITSAT-2012 will be of total 3-hour duration (without break). While the candidate can skip a question. and Mathematics subjects and should have adequate proficiency in English. and Mathematics. irrespective of their BITSAT-2012 score as per the eligibility criteria mentioned above. No marks are awarded for questions not attempted. Further the candidate should have obtained a minimum of aggregate 75% marks in Physics. at least 60% marks in each of the Physics. 3. Further details about this scheme will be available at BITS website by 20 th May. Only Students who are appearing for 12th examination in 2012 or who have passed 12th Examination in 2011 are eligible to appear in the BITSAT-2012 test. This has given a very vital input of highly meritorious students from all over India. only one being correct choice. 2012. their eligibility for admission is subject to fulfilling the requirement of minimum marks in 12 th examination. the computer III .2. candidates should have passed the 12th class examination of 10+2 system from a recognized Central or State board or its equivalent with Physics. If a candidate has taken more than one attempt in 12th class or its equivalent. admission process of the Institute always ensured guaranteed admission to all the students who obtained first ranks in their respective board examinations. Students who are presently studying in BITS at any of its campuses are not eligible to appear in BITSAT-2012 Admissions will be made purely on merit. Students who have passed 12th examination in 2010 or earlier are NOT eligible to appear in BITSAT-2012. Each correct answer fetches 3 marks. Details of BITSAT-2012: ‘Computer Based Online test’ means the candidate sits in front of a computer and the questions are presented on the computer monitor and the candidate answers the questions on the computer through the use of keyboard or mouse. which prepares the question set and delivers it to the candidate on the computer. while each incorrect answer has a penalty of 1 mark (-1mark). First rank students of all the central and state boards in India for the year 2012 will be given direct admission to the program of their choice. The merit position of the candidate for admission will be based on the score obtained by the candidate in the BITSAT-2012. BITSAT-2012 will be offered over a period of time and the candidate can choose the Center. only his latest performance is considered. Direct Admission to Board Toppers: In the past. Each computer is connected to a server. Chemistry. provided this attempt has been for the full component of subjects/courses prescribed. as described in the later sections. However. as mentioned above. each question with choice of four answers. the Day and Time of his/her convenience to take the test. The test consists of four parts: Part I Part II Part III Part IV : : : : Physics Chemistry (a) English Proficiency and Mathematics (b) Logical Reasoning All questions are of objective type (multiple choice questions). This is unlike the traditional paper-pencil based test. which is generally offered on a single day to all candidates. Eligibility: For admission to any of the above Integrated First Degree Programmes.

but may result in a reduction in the total score. question type etc. content. Anyone violating the rules of the test center will not be allowed to continue with the test and will automatically be disqualified. In this matter. Each candidate who registers for BITSAT-2012 will be instructed to download a ‘Hall Ticket’. Syllabus: The BITSAT-2012 test will be conducted on the basis of NCERT syllabus for 11th and 12th class. IV . Candidates are not allowed to bring any other personal belongings such as mobiles. If a candidate answers all the 150 questions (without skipping any question). However. candidates should keep in mind the fact that there is negative marking for wrong answers and any attempt to answer the questions by pure guessing of the answers is not likely to have any advantage. Candidate’s finger print and photograph will be taken at the time of the test and will be matched at the time of admission. if there is still time left. once the candidate has opted for extra questions. The extra questions (a maximum of 12) will give a chance to highly meritorious candidates to score higher. and Mathematics only. The questions are so designed that a good student will be able to answer 150 questions in 180 minutes. Chemistry. he cannot go back for correction of any of the earlier answered 150 questions. The number of questions in each part is as follows: Subject Part I Part II Part III Part IV Physics Chemistry (a) English Proficiency (b) Logical Reasoning Mathematics Total: No of questions 40 40 15 10 45 150 There is no time limit for individual parts of the test. There will be 150 questions in all.will not allow the candidate to choose more than one option as correct answer. Candidates with the hall ticket only will be allowed inside the Test centers. four questions from each part. Candidates may refer to the NCERT textbooks for the contents. if required. An expert committee will ensure that the question sets are of comparable difficulty level. Blank sheets for rough work will be provided. The candidate can go back and change any of his/her answers among the 150 questions. signing etc. the decision of the expert committee will be final and binding on the candidate. Calculators and logarithmic tables are not allowed in the test centers. the candidate will have an option of attempting 12 (twelve) extra questions. Different candidates will get different question sets. Candidates should bring a pen for the purpose of rough work. The detailed syllabus is given in the Annexure. Further. The questions will be selected at random from a large question bank. These extra questions will be from Physics. All the questions and instructions of the test will be in English only. A sample test demonstrating the features of BITSAT will be made available to the registered candidates at the BITS website on which he/she can practice as many times as desired. All centers are closely monitored for security and candidates’ identity and activities will be recorded using web cameras and/or closed circuit TV cameras.

with the score. All candidates who have appeared in BITSAT-2012 and are interested in admission will be required to submit Admission application with 12th marks and preferences to different degree programmes offered. Hyderabad Campus of BITS 6. If the tie still exists. 1. Patna 27. Ahmedabad 7. those who have appeared in BITSAT2012 and who have submitted the application for admission in the prescribed form with 12th marks. Goa and Hyderabad campuses of BITS where it is expected that a large number of students will take the test.Pilani Campus of BITS 4. Varanasi 26 Trivandrum 29.e.Hubli 30. Finally. apart from Pilani. preferences and the required fees) will be prepared on the basis of their scores in BITSAT-2012. Dubai Campus of BITS (International center) The candidate can choose the centers from within India or Dubai. If a candidate chooses centers within India. the computer will announce the result to the candidate in terms of number of total correct answers and wrong answers. the details of this will be available in the BITS website by 19th May 2012.. V .Pune 3. Merit List for Admission: As explained earlier.Amritsar 32. Test Centers for BITSAT-2012: In order to facilitate a large number of students all over India to participate in this test. Chemistry and Mathematics subjects of 12th examination as per the eligibility criteria described already. if any. then their scores in Physics in BITSAT will be considered for separating them. Nagpur 21. Chennai 11. Kolkatta 18. The cases of bracketing. When the score of two candidates are the same. 6. Gurgaon 14. Mumbai 20. he/she will be asked to give three preferences and will be allotted one out of these three.Vijayawada 24. The planned test centers are in the following cities. The merit position of such eligible candidates (i. Chandigarh 10. a candidate who has appeared in BITSAT-2012 will be eligible for admission only if he/she gets the required minimum marks in the Physics. Roorkee 28. Delhi 13. Coimbatore 12. 5. the Institute is also planning to offer the tests at dedicated test centers in several cities. their PCM total marks in 12th examination will be considered for their separation. Hyderabad City 16. Further tie is eliminated using their scores in Chemistry. Bhubaneswar 9.4. Gwalior 15. Surat 2. Visakhapatnam 23. Jaipur 31. Lucknow 19. first their scores obtained in Mathematics in BITSAT will be considered for separating them. No student will be allowed to repeat the test in the same year. If a candidate chooses Dubai as a center he/she will not be asked for any other center preference and will be allotted Dubai center. on or before 30th June 2012.Bangalore 8. Noida 22. will be dealt with as described below. BITSAT score report: At the completion of the test. Goa Campus of BITS 5. Guwahati 25. Indore 17. The candidate can also check and print his score report at the BITS website after all the tests are completed.

The tests will be conducted during 10th May – 9th June 2012. 2500/. by 19th May 2012. – 20 March 2012 th th 14 April – 30 April 2012 th th 10 May – 9 June 2012 19 May – 30 June 2012 st 1 July 2012 th th th 8. If you are using a payment mode other than DD then the prescribed fee for BITSAT 2012 is Rs. 1700/.for female candidates) should be sent to Admissions Officer. BITS Pilani by 5. If a candidate chooses Dubai as a test center the application fee for both male and female candidates will be same and will be US $ 50 (or Indian Rs. alongwith instructions. Important dates and deadlines: Deadline to apply for BITSAT-2012 : Test center allotment and announcement to candidates : Candidates to reserve Test dates : Candidates to download the Hall tickets with instructions: BITSAT Online tests : th Candidates to apply for admission with 12 marks and Preferences to Degree programmes : Admit List and Wait List announcement : 15 February 2012 th 25 February 2012 th th 29 Feb. The prescribed application form for admission. BITS. The completed form with the required application fee has to be submitted so as to reach the under-mentioned on or before 5. 1100/. Details for payment of fees are available at the website while applying online.The final list of centers in India and the operating days at each center in India and Dubai will depend on the number of applicants and their preferences and will be announced only after all the applications are received and candidates will be informed of the same through BITS website. If you are usind DD as the mode of payment then the DD along with a copy of application form st must reach Admissions Office. Pilani – 333 031. so that the candidates can choose their date for the test as per their convenience and availability of slots in any of these centers. candidates have to also apply for admission to BITS giving details of their 12th marks and preferences to different degree programmes offered. BITS Pilani – 333 031 Rajasthan VI . 1200/.(Rs.). Deadline to apply for BITSAT-2012 online along with the fee payment is 15 February 2012. from BITS website as per the schedule given earlier. the detailed application procedure and the final list of Degree programmes offered will be available at the BITS website. If you make payment by Demand draft then a copy of the completed application form alongwith the prescribed fees of Rs. 7. How to Apply: Interested candidates should register their names for BITSAT-2012 by applying in the prescribed application form online. The Admissions Officer. Also take the print out of the filled form for your future reference.for female candidates). Procedure for Applying for admission: In addition to applying and appearing for BITSAT-2012. Complete the application form online at http://www.com and pay the prescribed fees.00 PM on 30th June 2012. 1600/(Rs.bitsadmission.00 PM on 15 February 2012. th Those who register for the test and reserve test dates have to download the ‘Hall ticket’. 9.

10. Karnataka . Jharkhand Intermediate Examination xiii) Board of Pre-University Examination.Intermediate Examination iv) Assam Higher Secondary Education Council .Indian School Certificate (Year-12) Examination iii) Board of Intermediate Education.Higher Secondary Examination xv) Board of Secondary Education.Higher Secondary (+2) Examination v) Bihar Intermediate Council.Second Year PreUniversity Examination xiv) Board of Higher Secondary Examination. Manipur – Higher Secondary Board Code CBAT ISCT APBT ASBT BICT CGBT GDBT GJBT HRBT HPBT JKBW JHCT KART KERT MPBT MSBT CHMT VII .Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination vii) Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education .All India Senior School Certificate Examination ii) Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination . Board codes The codes for the name of the Board from which you have passed/ appearing in the 12 th examination are as follows: Name of the Board and Examination i) Central Board of Secondary Education . Gujarat .Senior Secondary Certificate Examination x) Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education .Higher Secondary Part II Examination. Haryana .Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination viii) Gujarat Secondary Education Board. Madhya Pradesh .Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 Pattern) ix) Board of School Education.Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (10+2) xvi) Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education . Kerala .Senior Secondary (+2) examination xi) The Jammu & Kashmir State Board of School Education . Bihar Intermediate Examination vi) Board of Secondary Education. Jammu/Kashmir Region xii) Jharkhand Intermediate Council.Higher Secondary Certificate Examination xvii) Council of Secondary Education. Chhatisgarh . Andhra Pradesh .

com . (iii) The test assumes that the candidate has basic familiarity with computers. The final list of centers and actual days of operation will be announced to candidates through the BITS website www. (iv) The Institute is planning to operate test centers in different cities other than Pilani. The Institute cannot guarantee that test centers VIII . It is the responsibility of the candidate to acquire these skills before appearing in the test and the Institute cannot take responsibility for the same. content. Uttar Pradesh .Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination xix) Mizoram Board of School Education – Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination xx) Nagaland Board of School Education .Higher Secondary Exam. xxv) Tripura Board of Secondary Education .Higher Secondary Examination xxix) Foreign Qualifications xxx) Any Other Board/ University (not covered above) UPBT WBBT FORW AOBW Important Notes: (ii) The tests are generated from a large question bank and different candidates will get different question sets. the decision of the expert committee will be final and binding on the candidate.bitsadmission.Higher Secondary (+2 Stage) Examination xxvi) Board of Intermediate Examination Examination. Rajasthan .Higher Secondary Examination xxii) Punjab School Education Board .Senior Secondary Examination xxiv) Board of Higher Secondary Examination. keyboard and mouse operation. In this matter. Goa and Hyderabad campuses of BITS as previously stated.Name of the Board and Examination Examination xviii) Meghalaya Board of School Education . question type etc.Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (Part II) xxiii) Board of Secondary Education. Uttaranchal Intermediate Board Code MEGT MZBT NAGT CHOT PNBT RJBT TNBT TRBT UABT xxvii) Board of Intermediate Examination. xxi) Council of Higher Secondary Education. Orissa .Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination. An expert committee will ensure that the question sets are of comparable difficulty level. Tamil Nadu .Intermediate Examination xxviii) West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Examination .

for those who appear in BITSAT-2012. the decision of the Vice Chancellor of BITS will be final (xiii) All disputes pertaining to BITSAT-2012 shall fall within the jurisdiction of Pilani only.will be set up in all these cities. Further.com .00 PM on 30th June 2012. by 19th May 2012.com. (ix) A candidate can apply online only once for BITSAT-2012. However. (vi) The preferences that you give are only indicative and are to guide the Institute for deciding the number of centers. However. (viii) The candidate must fully obey the rules of the test centers. The final list of the centers will be announced at BITS website after all the applications are received.bitsadmission. The exact center where you will be appearing for the test will be announced at BITS website www. you will be allotted a center either at Pilani or at Goa or at Hyderabad campuses of BITS.bitsadmission. IX . he can apply online second time and send a letter to admission office BITS. Candidates are advised to view the BITS website regularly for all related information on BITSAT and BITS Admissions. (v) While BITSAT-2012 tests are scheduled to be held during the period 10th May – 9th June 2012. some of the test centers may operate only for a limited duration during this period depending on the number of applications received.Pilani mentioning the earlier application number which will be cancelled. Further. (xi) All information and communications regarding BITSAT-2012 and Admission to BITS are made available to the registered candidates on the BITS website www. (x) In addition to applying for and appearing in BITSAT-2012. (vii) Candidates who are allotted test centers in Pilani/Goa/Hyderabad campuses of BITS may be given accommodation on nominal charges in hostels. those candidates allotted to these centers will be accommodated in alternate test centers including Pilani/Goa/Hyderabad campuses of BITS. if a candidate discovers any mistake in the form submitted by him. if the Institute is unable to allot any center of your choice. otherwise he/she will be automatically debarred from the test. the Institute reserves the right to cancel any test center if such a situation arises. the Institute will try its best to accommodate all female candidates at their first preference of test centers. In such cases. The prescribed application form for admission will be available at the BITS website. (xii) In all matters in the conduct of BITSAT-2012. the second application has to be accompanied by a fresh application fee. The Institute cannot guarantee that you will get your first preference. In such cases. The completed form with the required application fee has to be submitted so as to reach the Admissions Office on or before 5. candidates have to also apply for admission to BITS as per the ‘Procedure for applying for Admission’ outlined earlier.

3 1. Physical balance etc) 2.5 2.1 1.3 3.3 6. Work and Energy 5.3 5. Impulse and Momentum 4.5 Newton’s laws (free body diagram.1 2.4 5.5 Work done by a force Kinetic energy and work-energy theorem Power Conservative forces and potential energy Conservation of mechanical energy 6.1 3.1 4.2 2.3 2.5 Description of rotation (angular displacement.4 3. Kinematics 2. rotational kinetic energy Torque and angular momentum Conservation of angular momentum X . velocity and acceleration vectors Motion with constant acceleration Projectile motion Uniform circular motion Relative motion 3.5 Definition of impulse and momentum Conservation of momentum Collisions Momentum of a system of particles Center of mass 5. SI units.2 4.6 Properties of vectors Position.4 2.Annexure Syllabus for BITSAT-2012 Part I: Physics 1.2 1. angular velocity and angular acceleration) Rotational motion with constant angular acceleration Moment of inertia. Parallel and perpendicular axes theorems.4 6.4 Units (Different systems of units.2 3.1 6. Rotational Motion 6. fundamental and derived units) Dimensional Analysis Precision and significant figures Fundamental measurements in Physics (Vernier calipers.4 4. screw gauge.3 4. resolution of forces) Motion on an inclined plane Motion of blocks with pulley systems Circular motion – centripetal force Inertial and non-inertial frames 4.2 5. Newton’s Laws of Motion 3. Units & Measurement 1.2 6.1 5.

6 Coulomb’s law Electric field (discrete and continuous charge distributions) Electrostatic potential and Electrostatic potential energy Gauss’ law and its applications Electric dipole Capacitance and dielectrics (parallel plate capacitor.2 10.3 10.2 8. beats Doppler Effect 11. Magnetic Effect of Current 14.1 8.3 Ohm’s law.6 Rolling motion 7. simple and compound pendulum Forced & damped oscillations. Oscillations 9. heat and first law of thermodynamics 2 nd law of thermodynamics.C circuits – Resistors and cells in series and parallel.2 7.3 Kinematics of simple harmonic motion Spring mass system.1 Biot-Savart’s law and its applications XI .1 9.1 13. resonance 10. Newton’s law of cooling Work.3 8. Carnot engine – Efficiency and Coefficient of performance 12.Conduction. Electrostatics 12. thermal conductivity.3 Newton’s law of gravitation Gravitational potential energy. Kirchoff’s laws. Waves 10. density and Archimedes’ principle Viscosity and Surface Tension Bernoulli’s theorem 9. satellite motion 8. 14.2 12. Gravitation 7. potentiometer and Wheatstone bridge.4 Progressive sinusoidal waves Standing waves in strings and pipes Superposition of waves. Current Electricity 13. capacitors in series and parallel) 13. Heat Transfer .3 11. Mechanics of Solids and Fluids 8. origin and temperature dependence of resistivity).1 11.4 Elasticity Pressure.5 12.2 11.5 Kinetic theory of gases Thermal equilibrium and temperature Specific heat. Escape velocity Motion of planets – Kepler’s laws.1 12. Joule heating D.1 7. Electrical Resistance (Resistivity.2 13.2 9. Heat and Thermodynamics 11.4 11.4 12.3 12. convection and radiation.6.1 10.

isotopes and isobars. Significant figures.2 Measurement: Physical quantities and SI units.1 1. Young’s double slit experiment Interference in thin films Diffraction due to a single slit Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics (only qualitative ideas). Chemical reactions: Laws of chemical combination. Optics 16. binding energy Part II: Chemistry 1.3 1. Balanced chemical equations & stoichiometry Gaseous state: Gas Laws.2 XII . Amorphous solids – qualitative description. Mole concept.2 14. Solid state: Classification.4 17. Average. Electromagnetic Induction 15. molecular and molar masses.1 15. magnetic and dielectric properties.4 15. torque on a current loop. Unit cell – Cubic & hexagonal systems. Precision. Dalton’s atomic theory. Dimensional analysis. Space lattices & crystal systems. Bohr’s atomic model Hydrogen atom spectrum Radioactivity Nuclear reactions : Fission and fusion. Diffusion. States of Matter 1.3 15. De Broglie wavelength Atomic models – Rutherford’s experiment.7 16.5 Dual nature of light and matter – Photoelectric effect. Modern Physics 17. Introduction: Radioactivity.4 Ampere’s law and its applications Lorentz force. Liquefaction of gases. Subatomic particles. and d). Rutherford’s picture of atom. Uncertainty principle. Imperfections. metals.8 Laws of reflection and refraction Lenses and mirrors Optical instruments – telescope and microscope Interference – Huygen’s principle. Electromagnetic spectrum Polarization – states of polarization. surface tension.2 17. Close packing.1 17.5 Faraday’s law. Brewster’s law 17. Crystal structures: Simple AB and AB2 type ionic crystals. eddy currents Self and mutual inductance Transformers and generators Alternating current (peak and rms value) AC circuits. Electrical. Liquid state: Vapour pressure.5 16. Lenz’s law. Atomic.4 1. covalent crystals – diamond & graphite. Malus’ law. Hydrogen atom: Quantum numbers and wavefunctions.6 16.3 17. Atomic Structure 2. Galvanometer and its conversion to voltmeter and ammeter 15. Percentage composition empirical & molecular formula. Quantum mechanics: Wave-particle duality – de Broglie relation. atomic orbitals and their shapes (s. Atomic number.1 2.3 16.3 14.14.4 16.2 16. Deviation from ideal behaviour – Critical temperature. Hydrogen atom spectrum and Bohr model. van der Waals equation.1 16. force on current carrying conductors in a magnetic field Magnetic moment of a current loop. p. root mean square and most probable velocities and relation to temperature.5 2. LCR circuits 16. viscosity. Kinetic theory – Maxwell distribution of velocities. Spin quantum 1.2 15. non-stoichiometric crystals.Point defects.

2 3. Kolhrausch’s Law and its application.3 4. atomization. Ionization of Water.2 Basic Concepts: Systems and surroundings. Colloids and emulsion. dilution Second Law: Spontaneous and reversible processes. Oxidation number.1 5. depression in freezing point. 6. determination of molecular mass. Resonance. electron gain. Thermodynamics 4. classification. combustion. EMF of Galvanic cells. Commercial production of the chemicals. sublimation. Hess’s Law. Aufbau principle and the electronic configuration of atoms. Bond dissociation. Enthalpies of formation. Magnetic properties for homonuclear diatomic species. Pressure. Relative lowering of vapour pressure. osmotic pressure. Factors Affecting Equilibria: Concentration. Significance of G and 0 G in Chemical Equilibria.4 Many electron atoms: Pauli exclusion principle. Solubility Product of Sparingly Soluble Salts. Hydrogen Bond. electro negativity and valency. Acid-base titrations. Order and molecularity of XIII . Types of elements: s. atomic and ionic radii. elevation in boiling point. Intermolecular Forces: Polarity. Lowry and Bronsted) and their dissociation. ionization. phase transformation.1 Redox Reactions: Oxidation-reduction reactions (electron transfer concept). Directionality of bonds & hybridization (s.4 5. Catalysts. and f blocks.4 3. Standard free energies of formation.3 5. electron affinity. d. enthalpy.number. pH. internal energy. Molecular orbital theory. heat.Methodology. Specific and molar conductivities. Na. Periodic trends: ionization energy. Le-Chatelier’s principle. Orbital energy level diagram. Lewis.3 2.5 5. Adsorption. Surface chemistry. preparation.2 Concentration Units: Mole Fraction. Intensive & Extensive Properties.1 Aspects of Kinetics: Rate and Rate expression of a reaction. Common Ion Effect. NaOH. Ionic Equilibria: Strong and Weak electrolytes. Molarity. Faraday’s laws of electrolysis. Fuel cells.1 3. Physical and Chemical Equilibria 5. Temperature. Nernst equation. Zeroth Law and Temperature First Law of Thermodynamics: Work. VSEPR model & molecular shapes Covalent Bond: Valence Bond Theory. Acids and Bases (Arrhenius. p.5 4. Coulometer. Buffer solutions. entropy. solid solutions.2 7. Electrolytic Conduction: Electrolytic Conductance. liquid-gas.6 6. Raoult’s law. uses. Langmuir Isotherm. Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure 3. Gibbs free energy related to spontaneity and non-mechanical work. Electrode potential and electrolysis. Dipole moments. solid-gas). Covalent character of ionic bonds and polar character of covalent bond Molecular Structure: Lewis picture & resonance structures.1 4. Thermochemistry. and Molality Solutions: Solubility of solids and gases in liquids. 3. Al. 5. p & d orbitals only). Hydrolysis. Balancing of redox reactions.3 Ionic Bond: Lattice Energy and Born-Haber cycle. Hund’s rule. Physical Equilibrium: Equilibria involving physical changes (solid-liquid. Factors affecting the electrode potential. Secondary cells. Electrode potentials. Cl2 & F2. Chemical Equilibria: Equilibrium constants (KP. Metallic Bond: Qualitative description. free energy change and chemical equilibrium Third Law: Introduction 4.4 5. Vapour Pressure. Bond order.Orbital overlap. State functions. Gibbs energy change and cell potential. heat capacities. Rate constant. Corrosion and its prevention. Periodicity: Periodic law and the modern periodic table. Physical and Chemical adsorption. Chemical Kinetics 7. 3. Electrochemical cells and cell reactions. KC). Electrochemistry 6. 2.

trivial and IUPAC nomenclature. Application and importance of coordination compounds (in qualitative analysis. K2Cr2O7. boric acid. Reaction of aluminum with acids and alkalis. Complex reactions. Mercury halides. saline. Silicon: Silica. MgCl2.the reaction.2 9. isolation and uses of elements. sodium and potassium: occurrence. Reactions with non-metals. reactivity and electrode potentials. Silver nitrate and silver halides. physical and chemical properties. d-Block elements: General trends in the chemistry of first row transition elements.g. Zeolites. Comparison of actinoids and lanthanoids.4 General: Abundance. Na 2CO3. Inter halogen compounds. Photography. Alloy formation. oxides. basic and amphoteric oxides. extraction. and electrode potentials. silver. Reactivity and uses of nitrogen and its compounds. extraction of metals and biological systems e. Lime and limestone.3 8. NaOH. Steel and some important alloys. Ca(OH) 2. interstitial hydrides. preparation and properties of CuSO4. 8. Alkaline earth metals: Magnesium and calcium: Occurrence. Preparation. extraction. Catalysis. silicates. Basic nature of oxides and hydroxides. KMnO4. Interstitial compounds. MgSO4. s-block elements: Abundance and occurrence. Water: Properties. Properties and uses of compounds such as NaCl. Ostwald’s process of nitric acid production. and uses. Shapes. cement. enzymes. Group 13 elements: Boron. Allotropes of phosphorus. Werner’s coordination theory. Group 17 and group 18 elements: Structure and properties of hydrides. hydrides and halides of sulphur. Mechanism of Reaction: Elementary reactions. Anomalous properties of the first elements in each group. Surface catalysis.. Halides. Oxidation state. boron hydrides & halides. Organometallic compounds. properties and reactions. Group 15 elements: Dinitrogen. oxides. reactivity. halogens and liquid ammonia. Ionic radii. and KOH. Allotropes of sulphur. Activation energy. NaHCO3. structure and reactions of xenon fluorides.5 9. XIV . diagonal relationships. plaster of Paris. Alkali metals: Lithium. zeolites. f-Block elements: Lanthanoids and actinoids.1 9. oxoacids of chlorine. size of particles. silicon tetrachloride. fullerenes). Oxides of nitrogen and their structures. p. Hydrogen and s-block elements 8. Properties and uses of borax. and oxoacids. Stability constants. oxoacids. zinc. and CaSO4. hydrogen. Preparation. Occurrence and extraction of iron. Catalytic properties. Oxidation states and chemical reactivity of lanthanoids compounds. Fertilizers – NPK type. Crystal field theory (qualitative). structure and properties of ozone. 9. and hemoglobin).8 9. Metallic character. Factors affecting rate of collisions between molecules. Heavy water. Structure and properties of oxides. Isomerism including stereoisomerisms.3 8. Properties and uses of important compounds such as CaO. reactions.1 Classification: Based on functional groups. Magnetic properties. chlorophyll. Reactions involving two/three steps only. and mercury. Reactions with oxygen. Preparation.7 9. properties. Hydrogen as a fuel. Group 16 elements: Isolation and chemical reactivity of dioxygen. Bleaching Powder. silicone. KCl. Biological importance. Bonding: Valence-bond approach.1 Hydrogen: Element: unique position in periodic table. copper. Industrial and biological nitrogen fixation.d. Hydrogen peroxide. isotopes. oxoacids and halides of phosphorus. Dihydrogen: preparation. Integrated rate expressions and half life for zero and first order reactions.4 9. Trends in chemical reactivity of elements of a group. Acidic. Temperature dependence of rate constant. Molecular. Coordination Compounds: Coordination number.3 9. structure and properties of hydrides.2 Factor Affecting the Rate of the Reactions: Concentration of the reactants. color and magnetic properties. Lanthanide contraction. oxides. distribution.and f-block elements 9.6 9. Production of sulphur and sulphuric acid. 7. Allotropes (graphite. carbides. 7. occurrence. halides and sulphides. Solubility and thermal stability of oxo salts.9 10. Group 14 elements: Carbon: Uses. IUPAC nomenclature. oxides. Biological importance. vitamin B12. Structure and aggregation of water molecules. Ammonia: Haber’s process.2 8. Ligands. Principles of Organic Chemistry and Hydrocarbons 10. Production of phosphorus. CaCO3. diamond.

functions in biosystems. Alkanes and cycloalkanes: Structural isomerism and general properties. ferrous ammonium sulphate with KMnO 4. antibiotics. uses of petrochemicals.2 11.1 General: Electronic structure. basic and neutral media.10. Genetic code. physical properties. Potassium permanganate in acidic. K2 Cr2O7/Na2S2O3. Simple chemical reactions of glucose. 13. Primary building blocks of nucleic acids (chemical composition of DNA & RNA). Na2SO3. Disaccharides: reducing and non-reducing sugars – sucrose. anti-fertility drugs. diazonium salts. carboxylic acids. disinfectants. freon and DDT. Proteins: Amino acids.2 and 1.1 13. directive influence and effect of substituents on reactivity. Synthetic rubbers. cationic and anionic addition polymerizations. Uses and environmental effects. Biopolymers and biodegradable polymers.3 10.6 13. soaps and detergents. and hyperconjugation.5 Electronic displacement in a covalent bond: Inductive. ketones. 10. Organic Compounds with Functional Groups Containing Oxygen and Nitrogen 12. H2SO4.3 13. Primary structure of DNA and its double helix. Free radical. Simple idea of secondary . di. antiseptics. phenols. Theoretical Principles of Experimental Chemistry 14.L configurations. tetrachloromethanes.S and D. Redox reactions involving KI.4 13. cyanides and isocyanides. Alkenes and alkynes: General methods of preparation and reactions. important methods of preparation. Pollution: Environmental pollutants.5 13. water and air pollution. Racemates. Structures of pentoses and hexoses. Preservatives. acidic character of alkynes and (1. Biological . Properties. Carbohydrates: Classification. aldehydes. Geometrical isomerism in alkenes 12. maltose and lactose. Polysaccharides: elementary idea of structures of starch.3 Introduction: Chiral molecules. Green house effect and global warming. amines. Molecular mass of polymers. carbocations. Newman and Sawhorse projections.8 14. General methods of polymerization. Primary structure of proteins. Smog.7 13. Ozone and its reactions. Monosaccharides. types of organic reactions. importance of diazonium salts in synthetic organic chemistry. Hormones Polymers: Classification of polymers. Denaturation of proteins and enzymes.2 10. Mutarotation.2 The Cell: Concept of cell and energy cycle. Standard solutions of sodium carbonate and oxalic acid. Cu(II)/Na2S2O3. iodoform. health-care and food: Analgesics. Major atmospheric pollutants. Isomerism. carbanions. basic character of amines methods of preparation. Fischer projections. Stereochemistry 11. free radicals.2 13. comparative reactivity of acid derivatives. electrophilic and free radical additions. artificial sweetening agents. Nucleic Acids: Types of nucleic acids. Chemicals in medicine. Petroleum: Composition and refining. Polarimetry. Acid-base titrations. 12. nucleophiles and electrophiles. Industrial and Environmental chemistry 13. resonance effects. and their separation. Replication. chemical reactions. Resonance delocalization. Tranquilizers. Na2S2O3and H2S. structure. ethers. antihistamines. Vitamins: Classification. Peptide bond.7 11. Aromatic hydrocarbons: Sources. cellulose and glycogen. antacids. Chemical reactions in atmosphere.4 10. Specific: Effect of substituents on alpha-carbon on acid strength. polynuclear hydrocarbons.1 Volumetric Analysis: Principles. nitro compounds. Diastereomerism and meso structures. XV . antioxidants. Transcription and protein synthesis. Anomeric carbon. Condensation polymers. Acid rain. Depletion of ozone layer and its effects. R. soil. Titrations of oxalic acid. Vulcanization of rubber. Polypeptides. tri. Enantiomerism. Copolymerization: Natural rubber.1 11. Optical activity. Green Chemistry. tertiary and quarternary structures of proteins. mechanism of electrophilic substitution reaction. antimicrobials. important reactions and physical properties of alcohols. Industrial air pollution.6 10. Haloalkanes and haloarenes: Physical properties.4) addition to dienes. Conformations: Ethane conformations.

principles of paper chromatographic separation – Rf values.5 14. Role of emulsifying agents in emulsification. NH4 . Prepositions. Zn . (ii) potassium iodate and sodium sulphite (iii) iodide vs. distillation.2 2. 1. Phrasal verbs 2. and also their ability to apply the elements of effective writing. phenolic. amino groups and unsaturation. pH measurements. Adjectives Voice. Purification Methods: Filtration. double salt of alum and ferrous sulphate. I .7 Part III: (a) English Proficiency and (b) Logical Reasoning (a) English Proficiency This test is designed to assess the test takers’ general proficiency in the use of English language as a means of self-expression in real life situations and specifically to test the test takers’ knowledge of basic grammar.3 1. Quantitative Analysis of Organic Compounds: Basic principles for the quantitative estimation of carbon. Spelling Contextual meaning. Jumbled letters. Relative pronouns Determiners.3 Synonyms. differential extraction. Detection of carbohydrates. SO4 .32NO3 . Composition XVI . Homophones. Time and Tense. strong base neutralization reaction (ii) hydrogen bonding interaction between acetone and chloroform. S . fats and proteins in foodstuff.2 Qualitative analysis of Inorganic Salts: Principles in the determination of the cations Pb . 2+ Equilibrium studies involving (i) ferric and thiocyanate ions (ii) [Co(H 2O)6] and chloride ions.4 Agreement. 2+ 2+ 3+ 14. Parallel construction. copper sulphate. ketonic. Temperature vs. beta-naphthol. Detection of alcoholic. halogen.1 2. Ca . and chromatography.2 1. 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ + 3+ 2+ 2222Mn . their vocabulary. potassium ferric sulphate. their ability to read fast and comprehend. aldehydic. Analogy 3. Grammar 1. .4 3. Br . sulphur. phosphorous and halogens. sulphur and phosphorous. Lyophilic and lyophobic sols. nitrogen. PO4 . SO3 . solubility. Antonyms. C2O4 .5 Content/ideas Vocabulary Referents Idioms/Phrases Reconstruction (rewording) 4. Qualitative Analysis of Organic Compounds: Detection of nitrogen. Mg .6 14. One Word. Co . Modals. Preparation of acetylene and study of its acidic character.14. Vocabulary 2. Principles of melting point and boiling point determination. Reading Comprehension 3. Physical Chemistry Experiments: preparation and crystallization of alum. acetanilide. concentration and temperature effects in these reactions.1 1. Dialysis. Cu .3 3. CH3COO . Transformation Question tags. Ni and the anions CO3 . NO2 .2 3. Odd Word.4 14. As . Sr . Principles of Organic Chemistry Experiments: Preparation of iodoform. aniline yellow. crystallization. Ba . hydrogen. carboxylic. Enthalpy determination for (i) strong acid vs. Cl . Rates of the reaction between (i) sodium thiosulphate and hydrochloric acid. sublimation. Molecular mass determination by silver salt and chloroplatinate salt methods. Fe .1 3. hydrogen peroxide.3 14. p-nitro acetanilide. Calculations of empirical and molecular formulae. ferrous sulphate. di-benzayl acetone.

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2 6.4 Various terminology in probability. applications in finding areas under simple curves. 6. feasible and infeasible regions.2 Direction ratio/cosines of vectors. total probability and Baye’s theorem Independent events Discrete random variables and distributions with mean and variance. Rolle’s Theorem. Application of definite integrals to the determination of areas of regions bounded by simple curves.3 Order and degree of a differential equation.5 Geometric interpretation of derivative.1 7. logarithmic. formulation of a differential equation whole general solution is given.3 10. 9. 5. chain rule. Probability 8. scalar multiplication. Integral calculus 6.1 8. 7. addition of vectors. projection of a vector on a line. position vector of a point dividing a line segment in a given ratio. implicit functions).1 11. Scalar triple products and their geometrical interpretations. Dot and cross products of two vectors.2 XIX . indefinite integrals of standard functions. axiomatic and other approaches of probability. Measures of dispersion Measures of skewness and Central Tendency. addition and multiplication rules of probability. optimal feasible solutions (upto three nonitrivial constraints) 10.4 5.3 5. Vectors 9. Integration by parts.Linear Programming 11.4 Integration as the inverse process of differentiation.2 9. variables separable method. Methods of integration: Integration by substitution.3 8. Maxima and minima of a function. Analysis of frequency distributions with equal means but different variances Various terminology and formulation of linear Programming Solution of linear Programming using graphical method. Mean Value Theorem and Intermediate Value Theorem. Tangents and Normals. Ordinary Differential Equations 7. Statistics 11. Increasing and decreasing functions.2 8. product and quotient of two functions. difference. integration by partial fractions. Solution of homogeneous differential equations of first order and first degree Linear first order differential equations 8.1 10.3 6. Definite integrals and their properties.2 7.1 9. Conditional probability. and integration by trigonometric identities. derivative of the sum.1 6.exponential. Fundamental Theorem of Integral Calculus. feasible and infeasible solutions.

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