# REPRESENTATIVE QUESTIONS OF TEST PAPER

A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO THE WRITTEN TEST.
The written test is an aptitude examination designed to test your general intelligence and basic understanding of Mathematics, Applied Sciences / Engineering and Analytical/logical thinking. This written test is like GRE Engineering. To help you in preparing for the written test, a brief outline of this test is presented below. Some of the questions may require numerical calculations, so you must bring your own calculator. IT MAY BE NOTED THAT WRITING TABLES MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE DURING THE WRITTEN TEST. THEREFORE, ALL CANDIDATES ARE ADVISED TO BRING THEIR OWN WRITING CLIP BOARDS FOR THEIR CONVENIENCE DURING THE WRITTEN TEST. The instructions sheet that will accompany the actual written test is attached. Read these instructions carefully now to save time during the examination. In order to give you an idea of the nature of the written test, some representative questions are also enclosed. WRITTEN TEST OUTLINE. The question paper is divided into two parts i.e. Part (A) and (B). There will be 50 questions in Part (A) and 50 Questions in Part (B). Part (A) is the general part to be attempted by all the candidates whereas Part (B) is the subject part having subject papers. Only the subject paper relevant to the candidate’s academic background may be attempted by the candidate. The candidate should mention the subject paper he/she is attempting by filling the appropriate section of the answer sheet. The maximum time allowed is 3 hours. 1) General Part: a) It consists of three field namely Mathematics, Physics and English. b) General Part must be attempted by all the candidates c) General Part will have 50 questions in all. 20 from Mathematics & Physics reespectively and 10 from English i) Mathematics (Level F.Sc and B.Sc) Basic Calculus Vector Algebra Differential Equations Matrices Complex Variables Statistics Boolean Algebra

ii) Physics (Level F.Sc and B.Sc) iii) English 2) Subject Part: It consists of papers from the following basic fields. Each of these papers will have 50 questions in all. Physics Mechanical Chemistry Metallurgy / Material Chemical Mechatronics Computer Mining Civil Geology / Geo Physics Electrical / Electronics / Telecommunication a) Only one of these subject papers relevant to the candidates background may be attempted by the candidate. b) The candidate should mention the subject paper he/she is attempting by filling the appropriate section of the answer sheet
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Reactive intermediated and approx. Digital Logic) Electronics. Electronic & approx. molecular structure) Physical Chemistry (General Chemistry. Mechanical-Energy Balance. Extraction. 20% Heat Transfer. Light and optics and Modern Physics CHEMISTRY RELATED TOPICS SHARE Analytical Chemistry (Classical Quantitative Analysis. Applications. 20% CHEMICAL RELATED TOPICS SHARE Mass/Energy Balances and Thermodynamics (Mass Balances. approx. 15% Power approx. Periodic & family trends. 30% Kinematics. ***************************************** Details Of Topics And Their Share In The Subject Part Of The Question Paper PHYSICS RELATED TOPICS SHARE Mechanics . 25% Nuclear Structure. approx. Electric and Magnetic Field Theory and approx. 15% Inorganic Chemistry (Basic Chemistry of Elements. Kinetics) MECHANICAL RELATED TOPICS SHARE Mechanical Design and Anlysis approx. Mass Transfer Contactors (Absorption.REPRESENTATIVE QUESTIONS OF TEST PAPER IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT IN ORDER TO QUALIFY THE WRITTEN TEST YOU HAVE TO QUALIFY IN EACH PART SEPARATELY. approx. 20% Controls and Communications Systems approx. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery approx. Thermodynamics All topics have equal share in the paper Electricity and Magnetism. Energy Balances and approx. THEREFORE YOU ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO ATTEMPT QUESTIONS IN BOTH THE PARTS. 20% ELECTRICAL / ELECTRONICS / TELECOMMUNICATION RELATED TOPICS SHARE Basic Electrical Engineering. 45% applications. 20% Distillation. (Electric circuits. Transition Metal / Coordination Chemistry) Organic Chemistry (Conversion of functional groups. Instrumental Analysis) approx. Waves. Stripping. 20% Heat Transfer (Mechanisms. 20% Mass Transfer (Phase Equilibria. Dynamics and Vibration approx. 15% Materials and Manufacturing approx. 30% reaction mechanisms. 30% Quantum and Structural Chemistry. Flow Measurement Techniques. approx. 15% Thermodynamics and Energy Convesion Processes approx. Electronic Circuits and Components approx. Miscellaneous Separation Processes) Page 2 of 9 . Classical and Statistical Thermodynamics. 20% Thermodynamics) Fluids (Fluid Transport.

Reactor Design & Evaluation. 18% approx.REPRESENTATIVE QUESTIONS OF TEST PAPER Kinetics (Reaction Parameters. 18% approx. Heterogeneous Reaction Systems) Process Control METALLURGY/MATERIAL RELATED TOPICS Physical Metallurgy. 10% SHARE approx. 20% approx. 20% approx. 18% approx.) CIVIL RELATED TOPICS Environmental Geo-Technical Structural Transportation Water Resources MECHATRONICS RELATED TOPICS Basic Mechanical Engineering Electrical & Electronic Engineering Systems Design Engineering Control Engineering Computer Engineering &Science Robotics and Factory Automation GEOLOGY / GEO PHYSICS RELATED TOPICS Plate Tectonic / Earthquake Physical Geology Structural Gelogy Petrology Mineralogy ***************************************** Page 3 of 9 approx. 20% approx. 10% approx. 20% SHARE 10% 30% 10% 30% 10% 10% SHARE . Mechanical Metallurgy Thermodynamics & Phase Transformations Ferrous & Non-ferrous Alloys and Their Extraction Composites. 10% SHARE All topics have almost equal share in the paper SHARE approx. discrete mathematics etc. software engineering. 18% approx. 18% approx. Reaction Rate. 20% approx. Polymers and Ceramics X-ray Diffraction + Optical Metallography + Electron Microscopy + Non Destructive Testing Corrosion and Surface Engineering Material Processing COMPUTER RELATED TOPICS Programming Operating Systems Data Structures Computer Architecture Networking Others (databases.