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LATERAL ENTRY ADMISSION TO THE SECOND YEAR OF UG PROGRAMME ELIGIBILITY: A candidate shall be eligible for admission in the BE/BTech programmes subject to the following conditions: The candidate (i) has passed (a) diploma, in relevant* discipline, of minimum 3 years duration after matriculation OR (b) diploma, in relevant* discipline, of minimum 2 years duration after 10+2 from Polytechnic College/Institute affiliated with State Board of Technical Education/University, or recognized by UGC/AICTE with a minimum of 60% marks ( 55% for SC/ST) in aggregate or equivalent grade point. OR (c) BSc(NonMedical) from recognized University with 60% ( 55% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate has qualified LEET-TU with at least 20% aggregate marks (15% for SC/ST candidates). (iii) possesses a good moral character. (iv) is a citizen of India. (ii)

*The various UG programmes and their relevant diploma disciplines are given as below: S. No. 1. Name of Programme (a) (b) Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Relevant Disciplines of Diploma Chemical Technology/ Chemical Engineering/ Food Technology/Biotechnology Civil Engineering/ Architectural Assistantship Computer Engineering/ Computer Programming &Application/ Computer Servicing & Maintenance/Information Technology Electrical Engg. Electronics & Communication/ Electronics & TV Techonology/ Electronics & Microprocessors/Electronics & Computer Engineering/Instrumentation and control Engineering/Instrumentation & Process Control Engineering.

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Civil Engineering Computer Engineering

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Electrical Engineering (a) Electronics & Communication Engineering (b) Electronics ( Instrumentation & Control) Engineering

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(a) Mechanical Engineering (b) Industrial Engineering*(BE[IE]MBA)

Mechanical Engineering/Production & Industrial Engineering/ Refrigeration & Air Conditioning/ Foundry Technology /

These students shall commence their curriculum in Patiala Campus for BE(Industrial Engineering) and after 2 years shall move to Derabassi Campus for the MBA component.2 NUMBER OF SEATS Lateral entry admission to the BE/BTech programme for diploma holders & BSc (Non Medical) at the 2nd year (3rd Semester) level will be made through Lateral Entry Engineering Test to be conducted by the University (LEET-TU) for the following seats in various categories: Category General SC (15%) ST (7. LMTSOM shall make the arrangements to do the laboratory components of BE (Industrial Engineering) at Patiala campus/ Derabassi campus for these students during the 4th or 5th year.(c) Mechatronics Industrial/Production Engineering / Maintenance of Plant & Machinery / Welding Technology/ Tool and Die/ Automobile.5%) BSc 1 1 1 3 1 2 1 Diploma 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 BSc 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 PH ( 3%) Diploma 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 BSc 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Grand Total Biotechnology Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering Electronics (Instrumentation & Control) Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mechatronics Industrial Engineering* (BE[IE]-MBA) TOTAL Diploma 3 6 6 11 6 13 6 BSc 3 6 6 12 6 13 6 Diploma 0 1 1 3 1 3 1 Diploma 3 7 8 17 8 18 8 BSc 5 8 7 17 7 18 7 8 3 2 8 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 11 3 3 11 3 3 64 64 13 13 6 7 3 2 86 86 *The duration of the programme for students admitted in the 2nd year of BE(Industrial Engineering) will be four years and they will be awarded two degrees(BE & MBA) at the successful completion of their four year programme. 5. . The geographical location of 'Derabassi Campus' is at Dera Bassi (Mohali) on the periphery of UT of Chandigarh.

Admission Schedule: Date Last date for receipt of completed application forms. 5. the seat(s) shall not be offered to BSc(Non-Medical) degree holders and vice versa. Chemistry. 2013 ONLINE Entrance test (June 26 – 30. The candidates seeking admission under this category are required to satisfy the eligibility as mentioned above at 5. Paper-II shall contain 90 questions in the relevant engineering discipline each carrying one mark. 2013) Browse www. Seats of reserved categories.edu for details July 08.2013 : July 18. 1% over and above seats are reserved for children of employees of Thapar University. In case of seat(s) meant for Diploma holders remaining vacant.1. Date of Entrance test to be conducted by TU Display of result of Entrance Test Counselling including deposit of fee Last round of counselling for vacant seats if any June 10. 2013 GENERAL INFORMATION ENTRANCE TEST SYLLABUS I) For Diploma holders REGARDING LEET-TU ENTRANCE TEST INCLUDING There will be two papers as per details given below: Paper I General Paper II Professional Duration of test: 180 minutes (150 Questions) The question paper will contain multiple choice objective type questions of one mark each. Mathematics and English. shall be converted to General category. if remained unfilled. Paper-I shall contain 60 questions in all with 15 questions in each of Physics. 1/4th marks shall be deducted for wrong answer.3 FEE: The candidates admitted through LEET-TU (2013) are required to deposit the same tuition fee and other dues as applicable to the candidates admitted in BE/BTech through JEE (main)-2013 in the session 2013-2014.In addition to above seats.thapar. 2013 : July 29. PAPER-I GENERAL .

solution of triangles. Optics: Refraction through a compound plate. standard limits. Bohr's model and hydrogen spectra. trigonometric functions and logarithmic differentiation. function of a function. Modern concepts of acid . Dielectrics. Energy stored in a capacitor. Astronomical telescope. Temperature scales. Slide wire bridge. Acoustics: Wave motion. PHYSICS Heat: Heat as a form of energy. Stefan's law. Thermal expansion. Multiple and sub-multiple angles. Beats. circuits. Binomial Theorem and its applications. Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. total internal reflection. electronic Concept. Tangent and normal to a circle. Spectral series. ionic and Covalent bond. Mechanical equivalent of heat (Joule's experiment). Doppler effect. Magnifying power & resolving power. orbital concept of covalency. Gauss's law and applications. balancing redox reactions by oxidation number method. Polarisation of light. Measurement of temperature. Differentiation of sum. Specific heat of a gas. Differentiation. angles between two lines. LCR. sp2 and sp3). Degree of ionisation. quotient of functions. solution of trigonometric equations. Lorentz force. Diffraction through a single slit. method of integration by substitution. Equilibria in aqueous solutions. Matter waves. Co-ordinate Geometry: Cartesian Co-ordinates. Electrometallurgy and Electrorefining. Electricity and Magnetism: Electric field and electric potential. Kirchoffs laws and applications. Arithmetic progression. Wien's law.MATHEMATICS Algebra: Quadratic equation. Platinum resistance and thermoelectric thermometers. solubility product and common ion effect. CR. CHEMISTRY Structure and bonding: Fundamental particles. Differentiation from first principles. velocity of sound.simple and compound microscopes. Intersection of two straight lines. Hybridizsation (sp. Oxidation and Reduction reactions. Intensity of sound waves. Continuity. Biot-Savart law and applications. Mutual and self inductance. their geometrical and physical meanings. Differentiation of implicit functions . Ratios of some standard angles. Voltmeter. Electromagnetism: Magnetic effects of current. Modes of heat transfer. Black body radiations. Optical instruments. AC generator. equations reducible to quadratic form. Reverberation. Potentiometer. partial fractions. Production and detection of ultrasonic waves. Thermal and chemical effects of current. Photoelectric effect. Faraday's laws of Electrolysis and its application in Electroplating. Current Electricity. Modern Physics: Determination of e/m and e of electron. Pauli's exculsion principle. Integral Calculus: Definite and Indefinite integrals. Electric dipole and its field. Chromatic aberration and its removal. Newton's formula and Laplace's correction. Searle's method and Lee's method for thermal conductivity. Integration of rational and irrational functions. Alternating currents. Equations of straight lines in various forms. relation between roots and coefficients. Differential Calculus: Concept of a function. Young's double slit experiment. by parts and partial fractions. series of natural numbers. product. Geometric progression. Chemical Equilibria. product formulas. limit. sum and difference formulae. Optical fiber. Lens makers formula. Trigonometry: Trigonometric ratios and their relations. image formation by spherical mirrors/lenses. Moving coil galvanometers. Distance formulae. Quantum numbers. Huygerns principle & its applications. Hund's rule. LR. Equation of a circle in various forms. Laws of electromagnetic induction. Ammeter. Electrochemistry and Redox Chemistry: Balancing Chemical equations. Acoustics of buildings. Aufbau rule. kinetic interpretation of temperature.

Cutting tools tool geometry. Colloids and Water: Particle size and colloidal state. Water Jet machining and ultrasonic machining. degree of hardness and its determination. addition and condensation polymerisation. laws of thermodynamics : Zeroth. functional. First and Second laws Reversible and irreversible process. Description of various types of Boilers. boiler mountings and accessories. convection and radiation. their strength and ionization constant. Stability and properties of colloids. Saturated and unsaturated Hydrocarbons. line and wave length : Limits. Derivation of torsion equation for circular shafts. Aldehydes and Ketones. choice of indicators and Buffer solutions. types (open and closed) Heat and work. electrical. Lathe and Milling operations: Grinding process. Tyndell effect. Screw Thread Measurements : Measurements of Mojor diameter. Organic Chemistry: Nomenclature of organic compounds. Its angle of twist. Linear and cross linked polymers. Preparation of colloids by dispersion and condensation. Active and Passive voice. overhanging beams subjected to concentrated and U. Enthalpy.D. Continuos casting and Centrifugal casting. Elements of metal cutting. shearing. Welding Process: Gas welding. properties and qualitative tests. Electric discharge machinery. Correction of sentences. Concept of Black. Disadvantage of hard water in industrial use and boilers. degree of polymerisation. sentence structure . Close coiled helical spring subjected to axial load and twisting moment. IUPAC system. Ethylene and Acetylene. Cutting fluids. Entropy. stiffness of a spring. cis-trans and optical).& base. Basic concepts of thermal conduction. Common synonyms and antonyms. Angle and Taper Measurements : Slip gages and dial indicator in taper measurement. coagulation. For candidates seeking admission to the discipline of MECHANICAL ENGINEERING/ INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING*(BE [IE]-MBA) Manufacturing Process: Dry sand and green sand casting: Casting defects: Die casting. specific heat. Thermodynamics systems. acid base titrations. blanking. Bending moment and shear force diagrams for cantilevers. spinning. Thermal Engineering: Basic concept of Thermodynamics : Energy. Arc welding. fits and tolerances. Polymerisation. pH value. Resistance welding. Concept of interchangeability. standards of measurements. Metrology: Necessity and importance of Metrology in Engineering field. pitch. strain energy and proof resilience. simply supported beams. Words often confused in the form of pair of words. Parts of speech. PAPER–II PROFESSIONAL A. Direct and indirect speech . Angle and Form of threads for external and internal threads. grinding wheel: Introduction to Broaching and gear generation processes. preparation. Mechanics of Solids: Concepts of bending moment and shear force. Concepts of torsion. . sequence of tenses. Punctuation. Brownian movement. Minor diameter. Forming processes: Hot and Cold working: Rolling: Punching. white and opaque bodies. Convection (natural and forced) and radiation. Basic equations of different cases of Conduction. Comparator : Types of Comparators (Mechanical. Hard and soft water. Thermit welding: Soldering and Brazing: Welding defects and precautions. Ls. ENGLISH Idioms and phrases and their usage. Ethane. Substitution and addition reactions (preliminary ideas). Isomerisation (Chain position. optical. effective diameter. Stefan Boltzmans laws.

friction between nut and screw square and V-threads. Quality control : its advantages : Statistical quality control. ratio of tensions. function of governors. uses of work study : Objectives and basic procedure of Method study and work measurements. Human comfort. Types of production : Materials requirements planning. Antenna and wave propagation. frequency modulation. timer and regulated power supply. its concepts. Bearing metals. etc. Concept of power transmission. packages air conditioner. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning: Basic concepts and principles of refrigeration : Refrigeration methods. Network theorems. concept and applications. Amplifiers: Different types of amplifiers. Definitions of sensitivity. Materials and Metallurgy: Introduction to Engineering materials. bridge. different methods of loading. Characteristics and applications of different types of diodes. all types of network. Types of industrial organisations : Wages and incentives. Types of inspection. Friction in screw jack. synchornism and hunting of governors. common collector configuration and parameters. Horse power transmitted. High speed steel. (B) For candidates seeking admission to the discipline of ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING. trade unions : Role of technician in industry. Co-efficient of friction. Aluminium and its alloys. super conductivity. unsymmetrical balanced. two port. properties and applications of commonly used refrigerants such as R11. application of air conditioning. Plastic materials. heat resistant steel and spring steel. various power transmission systems with their merits and demerits. Motion of a body along horizontal and inclined planes. Air conditioning. Ladder. R22. ferrous and non-ferrous materials : Pig iron grey and white cast iron. output impedance. lattice. transmitters and radio receivers. Theory of Machines: Simple mechanisms : Flywheels. types of layouts and their comparison. amplitude modulation. Alignment tests on lathe. soft and hard magnetic . Network Analysis: Working principles of Multivibrators. input impedance. Importance and advantages of standardization. Magnetic materials. time base. refractory materials. operational amplifier. Air refrigeration cycle. Limit gauges : Go and No-go gauges. R12. Management of men. selection of materials for different components. current gain. Milling machine and grinding machine. Attenuators. Communication Theory and Systems: Communication systems types. Development of modern insulating materials. Automatic Telephony. Concepts of bipolar transistors and common base common emitter. working principles and experssion of voltage gain. T. characteristics impedance. materials and machines. Plant location and layout. Refrigerants : Important properties of refrigerants. their characteristic impedance. types of modulation. porter and Hartnell governor. filters. concepts of reflection and standing waves. inspection at various stages. vapour compression cycle. central air conditioning system. description and simple problems on watt. drilling machine. Types and areas of applications. hardening and surface hardening processes. NH3 etc. centrifugal tension. ELECTRONICS (INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL) ENGINEERING Basic Circuit Elements: Circuit laws and their applications in solving problems. alloying elements in steel and their effect. simple vapour absorption cycle. Industrial Engineering and Management: Work study.electronic and pneumatic). Demodulation of AM waves. symmetrical. one port. Cost reduction through standardization. stability. Flat and V-belts drives. their applications and limitations. Hysteresis loop. Transmission lines. tempering. FM waves. concept of different types of filters. Description of room air conditioning. AM modulators. low and high resistivity materials. permeability. Impedance matching of filters. condition for maximum power transmission. Conducting materials. Control charts and sampling plans.

Memory Hierarchy. Application of linked lists. block diagram. Measuring Instruments: Multimeters. Metallised. working applications. Audio power meter. Counters. keys. Resistors of different types. Searching linked list. full wave and bridge rectifier. paper and electrolytic types. Selection Sort. Power Electronics: Thyristor. microphones. Microprocessors and its applications: Microprocessor. Queues. V-I characteristics. Sorting algorithms (Bubble Sort. Capacitor. Input/output operations. Decoders. Binary addition. significance. comparison with analog instruments. principle. Tuples and Relations. different types of mV meters and mA meters-extension of range. TTL and MOS families. impedance bridges. Normalization. characteristics and applications in industry. Microprocessor applications. Stacks. TV Engineering: Introduction to Monochrome TV receiver circuits and basics of colour TV systems. sound recording in different types. structure of 8085. Functions. traversing. Computer Architecture Instruction Code. hi-fi and PA system. A/D and D/A conversion. Entity and referential integrity.materials. types. Digital instruments. ER Diagrams. Control Structures. Hubs. Simple programming in assembly language. flip flops. OSI Model. Repeaters. File Handling. K-Map. Boyce/Codd normal form. Control Unit . Merge Sort. I/O organization. Traversing a linked list. associative memory. Search algorithm (Linear and Binary). cost and benefit analysis. Ethernet. loudspeakers. excess-3 and Gray code. CRO. Transducers: Electro-accoustic transducer. Topologies. Diode as half wave. Heap Sort) and their comparisons. DE Morgan’s Theorems. BCD. polyster gap ceramic. Binary Trees.Hard wired and Micro programmed. inserting. Doubly linked lists. Data Communication and Computer Networks LAN. Addressing modes. Basic access protocols: CSMA/CD. CB. variables and data types. Regulated power supply. Pointers. Requirement Specifications and Analysis. Domain. Insertion and deletion into linked list. multiplication and division. Instruction set and addressing mode. Operations on arrays with Algorithms (searching. Printed circuit boards. System Analysis and Design Systems Development Life Cycle. subtraction. Programming Language C Constants. Multiplexers and De-Multiplexers. Strings. Network connectivity Devices. First. polyster. Q. Design of basic computer. block diagram. CC configuration of the transistor. Zener diodes. Second and Third normal forms. T. CISC architecture. NICs. Quick Sort. Attributes.meter. Instruction types. Token Passing. equipment and Video display unit. data independence. Operators and Expressions. . Binary and hexadecimal number system. virtual memory. Introduction to network. concept of interrupts structure and programming of 8155/8156. Transformers. Register Organization. Error Detection. Structured Query Language: DDL and DML statements. Components.V. (C) For candidates seeking admission to the discipline of COMPUTER ENGINEERING Analog & Digital Electronics PN junction diode. application. Pipeline processing. Arithmetic circuits. Inductors and RF Coils. Feasibility Study. hierarchical and relational model. Logic Gates. Arrays. Types of RAM/ROM. Structure and Unions. deleting). Arrays. VCR and Video recording. operation. Introduction to RISC. cache memory. MAN and WAN. CE. Introduction to Databases Architecture and structure of Database Management System. Instruction Cycle. Data Structure Basics. Insertion Sort.

systems. Single Phase Induction Motor: Torque/Speed characteristics.T. Operating System(OS) System Software: Compiler. Simple Paging System. motors. equivalent circuits. Inheritance. Measuring Instruments: Indicating. Overloading Member Functions. power factor meter. EMF equation. V curves. CRO. testing. Generation. winding coefficients. single inheritance. Comparison. Conventional and Non-conventional sources of energy. Electrical features of transmission line : Calculation of resistance. speed control of D. concept of regional and national grid. Process Scheduler. Electronic multimeter. (E) For candidates seeking admission to the discipline of CIVIL ENGINEERING . I/O Management Functions. phase representation of alternating quantities. Memory Management Function. speed control. Member Functions. Different classes of IP addressing. Multimeter. Modems. maintenance. capacitor. regulation. Parallel operation. (D) For candidates seeking admission to the discipline of ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Introduction: Comparison of copper and aluminum as electrical conducting material. comparison. Energymeters-single phase and three phase. Problems on efficiency and regulation. reluctance. message passing. torque & their various relations. Characteristics of D. corona. Circuit laws and their applications in solving problems. integrating and recording instruments : deflecting. Classes. Process Management Functions. Memory organization. ratings. distribution system. multiple inheritance. sources of errors extension range Wattmeters. maintenance. Types. transmission lines. comparison of 3 ph. Assembler. Universal Motor: Synchronous machines : Speed/frequency relation. Comparison. Comparison of overhead and underground distribution system. hierarchical inheritance. and D. three phase. Distribution system : Layout of H.Circuit breakers. Switch gear system :.c. types & characteristics. Object Oriented Programming Using C++ Procedure oriented programming Vs. Systems. and L. starting. Earth tester. Analog multimeter. Torque-slip characteristics. Definition. parallel operation. inductance and capacitance in a. Process synchronization. Megger. concept of phase difference. Constructor and Destructor. Dedicated Devices. Concept of permeability. testing. types of power stations. Dynamometer type. Development of dynamo grade and transformer grade silicon sheet steel materials. Protected. comparison. Transmission System: Selection of voltage. Measurement of inductance and capacitance and capacitance. machines. transformers. phasor diagram. losses. reusability. Circuits. Job Scheduler. digital meters. mmf. AC Series Motor. types of inheritance. Segmentation. encapsulation.C. phasor diagrams. Different types of power stations. bus bars. Regulation. Swapping. efficiency. Protection schemes of generators. Estimation. Polymorphism and Virtual Functions. moving coil and moving iron instruments. synchronous impedance concept. methods of producing starting torque. Routers and Protocols. Firewall. ATM. controlling and damping torques . Poly Phase System: Production of rotating magnetic field in electrical machines.Fuses. Load estimation. Loader. dynamic binding.C.C. relays. shaded pole and reluctance motors. Transformer-single phase. equivalent circuit. private and public data. Development of modern insulating materials. Virtual Memory. maximum demand indicators. Shunt series and compound types. starting. Load estimation – concept.C. coreless. Three Phase Induction Motor: Slip. Electronic Instruments: VTVM. Objects. comparison of A.T. Object oriented programming (OOP). & 1ph. power measurements in 3 ph. types and importance of Operating Systems. feeders. Protection :. Protocol Suites.Multiplexers.

calculation of included angles from bearings. load carrying capacitites. Surveyor’s compass. Diflection in beams. aggregates. time of emptying tanks of uniform cross section by a single orifice. Laminar and turbulent flow explained through.S. Classification of levelling. typical sections of tunnel. vapour pressure. type of a stone masonry. Total pressure. gross area. Batching. column splice. Design of beams in structural steel. Hooke’s Law. measurement of offsets. offsets. properties of bricks and stones. rectangular. Floors-types of floors.S.S. Introduction to soil mechanics. chain surveying. Instructions for booking field notes. I. Soiol classification. Sleepers. two way slab. Design of slabs types of slabs. Railway Engg. Design of foundations-isolated footing rectangular footing. simple differential manometers. Measurement of discharge by notches and weirs. losses in pipes. trapezoidal and circular. rectangular. Traffic Engineering. Moment area theorem. points and crossing. Atmospheric. density. Design of tension members in structural steel. Road maintenance. Bending and shear stresses in circular. Surveying: Linear measurements with tape. Campass susrveying . head works and river training works. resultant pressure and centre of pressure on rectangular. comparison between prismatic and surveyor’s compass. compaction. Instruments for setting out right angles. Shear strength concept. bonds in masonry. perpendicular offset. one-way slab. types of levels. ballast. Field book. Theodolite surveying. Water hammer. Design of singly and doubly Reinforced beams. venturimeter. statement and description. load carrying capacity. Design of flexible and rigid pavements. maintenance of buildings. construction procedure. Comparsion of strength of the above sections. walls. Road materials. Short and long column. specifications for Reinforcement detailing method of design as per I. various corrections in levelling . Introduction to irrigation Engg. Moduli of Elasticity and Rigidity. Bernoulli’s theorem. Fluid Mechanics. Irrigation and Water Supply Engineering: Specific weight. measurement of velocity by pitot tube and current meter. pressure head. Properties of hardned concrete. Flow irrigation. laminar and turbulent flow. Reynolds experiments. Prismatic compass. water supply. corrections. circular footings. Specifications for reinforcement detailing. circular and curved surfaces. meridians & bearings. cohesion. total energy line flow from one reservoir to another thorugh a long pipe of uniform and composit section. discharge through channels using chezy’s formula and Manning’s formula . code. Steady and unsteady flow. uniform and non-uniform flow. limiting length of offset. uniform and nonuniform flow. triangular. Most economical sections. adhesion. cement. specific gravity. Types of beams and supports and loads. trapezoidal. calculation of bearing from including angles. doors. Design of compression members. Reynolds number and critical velcity and velcity distribution. placing. curring of concrete. partiton walls. Elasticity. Principles of levelling. oblique offset. pascal’s Law and its appplications. method of construction of tunnels in soft rock. Rise & Fall method. workability of concrete. effective length of column. stone masonry. mixing. sources of . Bending moment and shear force diagrams for simple cases. Index properties of soil. Design of columns-Types of Columns. Transportation Engineering: Introduction of Transportation Engineering. design of tension member . measurement of angle by theodolisty. local attraction. Pressure. square footings. Track laying and track maintenance. gauge and absolute pressure.Structural Engineering: Simple stresses and strains. magnetic declination levelling. Geomatric design. Height of Instrument method. I. intensity of pressure. capilarity and compressibility. T and L sections. concept of bending moment and shear force. Discharge and continity equation. hyraulic gradient line. net area. Soil and Construction Engineering: Foundations-types. Stresses and strains of homogeneous materials and composite secstions. tension splice. lateral and helical ties. viscosity. load bearing and non-load bearing walls. orifices. construction details. brick masonry. water logging. surface tension. Rails.

Fluid Flow and Mechanical Operation: Flow of incompressible Fluids. Absorptivity. LMTD. classifiers. Electronics. laying of sewers. Transportation of Fluids: Classification of Pumps. Analysers: PH meter. Seperations. Float actuated level meter. Convection: Natural & Forced convection. Sulphonation. Gas Law. Description of various size reduction equipments and law’s for power requirement. Infra red & near Infix analyzer.Water treatment. thermochemistry. Emissivity. such as metals. crystallization & Drying. Fourier’s law. Types of pipes. Mass Transfer: Principles and Description of various unit operations involving mass transfer such as Distilation. Reduction. (their construction and derivation with formula ). Quality of sewage. Composition and application of these materials for various situations in Chemical Industry. Screening. Halozenation. Pressure and Vaccum Gauge. insulations. Fertilizer. alloys and polymer their structure. Concept and advantage of automatic Process Control. The first law type of heat effects. Heat Flow through composite walls. Extraction. Energy Balance. Dimensional analysis. Boiling. Material Balance consisting key componenets. Significance of Reynold number. Heat Transfer & Mass Transfer Heat Transfer: Conduction. Unit Processes & Process Technology : Principles of some unit Processes such as Nitration. Emissive power. Dyestuffs and paints. Controllers: Pneumatic. fans. oxygen analyzer colorimetric analyzers. Transmission: Pneumatic and Inductance transmission. Weir & Notches. Building drainage and rural sanitation. Engineering Material: Types of Different materials. Basic Processes for the manufacture of products such as sugar. venturmeter. (F) For candidates seeking admission to the discipline of CHEMICAL ENGINEERING and BIOTECHNOLOGY Basic Chemical Engineering: Units & conversions. Sample Questions PAPER – 1(GENERAL) PHYSICS . Laminar and Turbulent Flow in Pipes. Frictional Losses in pipes. construction and operation of reciprocating. heat capacities. wein’s displacement law. simultaneous Equation By pass and recycle. and Products based on them. filteration thickeners. lying of pipeps. ID Controllers. Black Body and Green Body radiations. Process Instrumentation & Control: Principle and Application of following Instruments device. Rotamater. Radiation: Kirchoff’s Law. hydraulilc. blowers and compressors. centrifugal and gear Pumps. TI. stefan Boltzman law. Liquid Level meter : Visual indicators. Prandit’s number and Grashof Number. FD. Cylinders and spheres. Absorption. Different type of valves. Thermometer and Pyrometer. Heat Exchanger: Double Pipe Shell & Tube. Condensation and evaporation. Oxidation.water. rotary. Flow Measurement: Pitot tube orfice meter. Centrifuges and cyclone separator.

(B) It is likely for someone to punish them. Choose the most appropriate ACTIVE form for the PASSIVE sentence given below : PASSIVE : “They are likely to be punished” ACTIVE : (A) It is likely that they will be punished. (C) It is likely that someone will punish them. (C) Saturated solution cannot hold any more solute. (D) In presence of Cl. b and c are in G. b and c are in A.P. When 13.P.0 (C) 1. (D) a.P.000 K The characteristics of a fuse wire should be (A) low resistivity and high melting point. If the angles of a triangle ABC are in the ratio 1:2:3.000 K 2. (D) Someone is likely to punish them. c and b are in A. (D) low resistivity and low melting point.ion. (C) high resistivity and low melting point. hence NaCl precipitates. Choose the appropriate antonym for the following : “Fundamental” (A) superfluous (B) superficial (C) profound (D) particular 2. therefore NaCl separates out. If the quadratic equation (a2+b2)x2+2b(a+c)x+(b2+c2)=0 has equal roots. (C) a.5 (B) 1. (B) Solubility product of NaCl decreases in presence of H+ ion.5 (D) 2. the number of faradays of electricity consumed would be (A) 0.1. then (A) a. The earth receives solar radiation. The approximate temperature of sun’s surface is (A) 600 K (B) 900 K (C) 60. from which one can find the temperature of the surface of the sun. (D) 6. NaCl is precipitated because (A) NaCl is not soluble in acidic solution. (B) a.P. 2. then a:b:c is (A) 1 : 3 : 2 (B) 1 : 2 : 3 (C) 1:2 :5 (D) 1 : 22 : 3 ENGLISH 1. 2. . When HCl gas is passed through a saturated brine solution. (B) high resistivity and high melting point.0 MATHEMATICS 1. ionic concentration exceeds solubility product of NaCl.5 gm of Al is deposited on passing current through molten Alumina. CHEMISTRY 1. c and b are in G.

the Nusselt number can be calculated from the relation (A) V.D/K (D) K. (C) Number of columns is two and they are spaced far apart. In slow sand filters. (D) Angular moment at the cross section.Cp/K (C) h.PAPER – II (PROFESSIONAL) COMPUTER ENGINEERING 1. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING/Biotechnology 1. like a palmtop. (D) Writing programs in assembly language. . 2. (C) Is directly proportional to the square root of temperature (D) Is inversely proportional to the square root of temperature. A combined footing is generally used when (A) Number of columns is more than two and they are spaced far apart. 2. / (B) . The viscosity of a liquid (A) Is directly proportional to temperature.D/Cp Angle of torsion refers to the (A) Maximum angle by which the shaft bends during power transmission. (B) Angle through which one end of a shaft will twist relative to the other end. the rate of filtration of water is in the range of (A) 175-250 lits/sqm/hr (B) 500-1000 lits/sqm/hr (C) 1000-5000 lits/sqm/kr (D) 6000-10.000 lits/sqm/hr 2. (C) Angular velocity of the shaft in radians.D. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING/ INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING*(BE [IE]-MBA) 1. (B) Number of columns is two and they are spaced far close to each other. 2. When fluid flows in a pipe. (B) Is inversely proportional to temperature. CIVIL ENGINEERING 1. (D) There is only one column. (B) Programming in any situations where the memory available is very low (C) Control programs for controlling gates within a CPU. Stainless steel 316 contains (A) 18% chromium and 11% nickel (B) 16% chromium and 13% nickel (C) 11% chromium and 18% nickel (D) No chromium and 8% nickel. The structure of the Colpitts oscillator is related to the (A) Hartley oscillator (B) Wein Bridge oscillator (C) Phase shift oscillator (D) Square wave oscillator Microprogramming refers to (A) Developing software for a small computer.

I) For BSc (Non-Medical) holders Duration of test: 180 minutes (150 Questions) Physics (40 Questions) Chemistry (40 Questions) Mathematics (40 Questions) and English & Reasoning (30 Questions) 1/4th marks shall be deducted for wrong answer. Magnetic Properties of Transition Metal Complexes: Types of magnetic behavior. properties. What is its unity gain frequency? (A) 100 KHz (B) 1000 KHz (C) 108 Hz (D) 10 KHz ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 1. nomenclature and classification of organometallic compounds. Pearson's HSAB concept. Mark the correct answer below as the load on an induction motor is increased upto full load : PF Slip Efficiency (A) increases increases increases (B) decreases increases increases (C) decreases decreases decreases (D) increases decreases decreases 2.ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING/ ELECTRONICS (INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL) ENGINEERING 1. methods of determining magnetic susceptibility. Organomagnesium compounds: the Grignard reagents . L-S coupling. d and f block elements. an elementary idea of crystal-field theory. Sn and Ti. Preparation. hardness and softness. theoretical basis of. Symbiosis. structure and chemical reactions. factors affecting the crystal-field parameters. crystal field splitting in octahedral. correlation of μs and μeff values. Organometallic Chemistry: Definition. Metal-Iigand Bonding in Transition Metal Complexes: Limitations of valence bond theory. metal-ethylenic complexes and homogeneous hydrogenation. A direct coupled amplifier has a gain of 1000 and 3 dB frequency of 1000 KHz. Chemistry Periodic Table: Periodic classification of elements and periodicity in properties. application of magnetic moment data for 3d-metal complexes. Hg. p. general properties of s. For parallel operation of two alternators. which of the following factor(s) should be identical for both? (A) Voltage only (B) Frequency (C) Phase sequence (D) All of the above. mononuclear carbonyls and the nature of bonding in metal carbonyls. AI. .formation. tetrahedral and square planar complexes. bonding and applications of alkyls and aryls of Li. Hard and Soft Acids and Bases: Classification of acids and bases as hard and soft. orbital contribution to magnetic moments. acid-base strength and hardness and softness. spin-only formula. electronegativity and hardness and softness. Organozinc compounds: formation and chemical reactions.

geometric isomerism in oximes and alicyclic compounds. D & L and R & S systems of nomenclature. retention and racemization. threo and erythro diastereomers. hyperchromic and hypochromic shifts. molar absorptivity. Mechanism of nucleophilic substitution reactions in pyridine derivatives. UV-Visible Spectroscopy: Beer-Lambert’s law. measurement of IR spectrum. Types of isomerism. meso compounds. chemical shift and molecular structure. selective hydrolysis of peptides. quinoline and isoquinoline. Mechanism of electrophilic substitution reactions of indole. nuclear shielding and deshielding. diastereomers. Erythro and threo diastereomers. presentation and analysis of UV spectra. Alkylation and acylation of enamines.3-dithianes. mechanism of osazone formation. fingerprint region characteristic absorptions of various functional groups and interpretation of IR spectra of simple organic compounds. Monosaccharides. Structure and nomenclature of peptides and proteins. properties of enantiomers. Keto-enol tautomerism of ethyl acetoacetate. solid-phase peptide synthesis. Formation of glycosides. optical activity. interpretation of PMR spectra of simple organic molecules. degrees of freedom. resolution of enantiomers. Acid-base behavior. Optical isomerism . isoelectric point and electrophoresis. structure and stereochemistry of amino acids. Structures of peptides and proteins. Cyclic structure of D-(+)glucose. basic features of different spectrometers.elements of symmetry. Relative and absolute configuration. Configuration of monosaccharides. spin-spin splitting and coupling constants. Proteins and Nucleic Acids: Classification. interconversion of glucose and fructose. Peptides. axial and equatorial bonds. effect of conjugation. Newman projection and Sawhorse formulae. Bathochromic. Fischer and flying wedge formulae. Heterocyclic Compounds: Molecular orbital picture and aromatic characteristics of pyrrole. inversion. Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds: Concept of isomerism. conformations of cyclohexane. enantiomers. Skraup synthesis and Bischler-Napieralski synthesis. Synthesis. molecular chirality. chain lengthening and chain shortening of aldoses. alkylation of diethyl malonate and ethyl acetoacetate. UV spectra of conjugated enes and enones. Classification of proteins. Amino Acids. and group analysis. Carbohydrates: Classification and nomenclature. Conformational isomerism . Hooke's law. Peptide structure determination. chiral and achiral molecules with two stereogenic centres. Protein denaturation/renaturation. Structures of ribose and deoxyribose. thiophene and pyridine. Levels of protein structure.conformational analysis of ethane and n-butane. Synthesis of ethyl acetoacetate: the Claisen condensation. Infrared absorption spectroscopy: molecular vibrations. Preparation and reactions of indole. quinoline and isoquinoline with special reference to Fisher indole synthesis. E & Z system of nomenclature. hypsochromic. Preparation and reactions of α-amino acids. stereogenic centre. Alkylation of 1. regions of the spectrum. conformation of mono substituted cyclohexane derivatives. Mechanism of mutarotation.determination of configuration of geometric isomers. areas of signals.Spectroscopy: Electromagnetic radiation. properties and chemical reactions with particular emphasis on the mechanism of electrophilic substitution. . Organic Synthesis via Enolates: Acidity of α-hydrogens. Classical peptide synthesis. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy: 1H NMR spectroscopy. furan. Determination of ring size of monosaccharides. selection rules. types of electronic transitions. statement of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation. sequence rules. Conversion of glucose into mannose. ethers and esters. Geometric isomerism . Concept of chromophore and auxochrome. intensity and position of IR bands.

the Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. Continuity and Differentiability. Subgroups and their properties. Integrability of continuous and monotonic functions. Functions of complex variables. polyamides. Significance of ψ and ψ2. escape velocity and artificial satellites. Differential Equation: Ordinary differential equations of first order and their solutions. Simple harmonic motion. Numerical Analysis: Solution of non linear equations using iterative methods. Applications of Bernoulli's equation and Stokes' law. Skewness and kurtosis. projectiles. Maxima and Minima of function of one and two variables. Graphical solution. variable mass systems. Statistics. Rank and inverse of a matrix. Mathematics Algebra: Set theory. time dilation. angular momentum. Types of matrices. Partial differentiation. Kepler's problem. Fundamentals of linear programming problems. Lagrange’s theorem. Rotational dynamics-kinetic energy. Infinite series and their convergence. Conditional probability. Basic concepts of probability. Definite integral and its applications. Inner product spaces. Special relativity. forced oscillation and . Synthetic Polymers: Addition or chain-growth polymerization. ionic vinyl polymerization. Eigen values and Eigen vectors of a matrix. Polyesters. Interpolation for equally and unequally spaced data. Streamline motion. Schrödinger wave equation and its importance. physical interpretation of the wave function. Analysis: Riemann integral.Nucleic acids: Constituents of nucleic acids. quantum numbers. Charpit’s method. epoxy resins and polyurethanes. Poisson and Normal). Trapezoidal and Simpson’s rules for integration. Successive differentiation. Mean value theorems of integral calculus. Baye’s theorem. phenol formaldehyde resins. Abstract Algebra: Groups. Conservative forces. Gravitaional potential and intensity due to spherical objects. Beta and gamma function. Free radical vinyl polymerization. Rings. Relations. Subrings. Linear differential equations of higher order with constant coefficients. Analytic function. Lagr ange’s solution. Correlation and regression. Cayley Hamilton theorem. length contraction. Subspaces and their properties. Vector spaces. urea formaldehyde resins. frictional forces. Double integral and its applications. C-R equations. Maclaurin’s and Taylor’s theorem for functions of one and two variables. Ziegler-Natta polymerization. Linear independence and linear dependence. Discrete and continuous distributions ( Binomial . mass-energy relation. Simplex method and its variants. Calculus: Limits. Integral domain and Field. Convolution theorem. Natural and synthetic rubbers. Lissajous figures. Permutations and combinations. Central forces. Partial differential equations of first order. Atomic Structure: De Broglie hypothesis. Classification of partial differential equations. Mapping and its applications. Probability and Linear Programming: Measures of central tendency. theorems of moment of intertia. Dispersion. The double helical structure of DNA. Demoivre’s theorem and its applications. Solution of system of linear equations. viscosity. Damped oscillation. Rolle’s and Mean value theorems. Orthogonal vectors. Laplace and inverse Laplace transform and their properties. Physics Mechanics and Waves: Newton's laws of motion and applications. Hund’s rule and electronic configuration of elements. Ribonucleosides and ribonucleotides.

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