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Merchant Navy Entrance Exam For Indian male citizens Combined Entrance Examination for admission to the 3-ye ar Navigation course leading to B.Sc. (Nautical Sciences) Degree on Training Shi p Chanakya (formerly T.S. Rajendra), Mumbai and 4-year Marine Engineering Course at Marine Engineering Research Institute, Kolkata is held every year generally in the month of the May. Only male Indian citizens are eligible to appear in the entrance examination. They are required to take the Joint Entrance Examination, to be concluded by IIT s on the month of May. 2. Seats: T.S. Chanakya, Mumbai-SO seats; M.E.R.I., Kolkata - 120 seats. 3. Minimum Qualification: Candidate must have passed Std. XII under the 10+2 sys tem or equivalent examination with individual passing in Mathematics, Physics an d Chemistry as separate subjects. Candidates who have appeared or intend to appe ar at any such examination will be accepted provisionally, provided they furnish proof of having passed the examination at the time of personal interview or by latest by the time of joining the courses. 4. Age Limit: Candidates must not exceed the age limit of 20 years as on Oct. 1 of the year of examination. The upper age limit for Scheduled Castes and Schedul ed Tribes candidates is 25 years. 5. Reservation of Seats : 15% seats are reserved for Scheduled Castes and 75% se ats for Scheduled Tribes, provided suitable candidates are available. 6. Application Procedure: Details of training programme at the two institutions can be obtained in December/January from the (i) Directorate General of Shipping , Jahaz Bhawan, W.H. Marg, Ballard Estate, Mumbai-400033. (ii) T.S. Chankya, Kar ave, New Mumbai-400706, (iii) LBS College of Advanced Maritime Studies and Resea rch, Hay Bunder Road, Mumbai-400033, (iv) Marine Engineering and Research Instit ute, Hay Bunder Road, Mumbai-400033, and (v) Marine Engineering' and Research In stitute, P-19, Taratola Road, Kolkata-700038 by sending a self - addressed envel ope (30 cm x 12 cm) bearing the postage alongwith a crossed Indian postal order. 7. Selection: The eligible candidates are required to appear at a Joint Entrance Exam. * The subjects of the written test, the time allowed and the maximum mark s for each subject will as under: Paper Subject Max. Marks Time Allowed 1. English 100 3 hours 2.
Jaipur. circular motion. vocabulary. Kolkata. structure and forms of transformation. Mumbai. tension and gravitational force. Guwahati. usage. precise writing. Lucknow. (ii) A candidate has. reading comprehension. Interview: Based on the result of written examination. Simple . velocity. Chennai. spring force. Bhopal. Physics: Units and dimensions. Physics 100 3 hours 4. 9. concepts of relat ive motion. momentum. candidates will be cal led for a personal interview and Medical Examination at Mumbai. Ranchi. wo rk. Universal law of grav itation variation of the acceleration due to gravity with altitude and latitude. Port Blair. motion of planets and satellites assuming circular orbits. Delhi. English gramma r. however. kinematics in o ne and two dimensions with constant acceleration. Cuttack.Mathematics 100 3 hours 3. Bangalore. Hyderabad. Displacement. (i) Candidates need only to obtain 35% marks in English Papers and marks secured will not be added to the total marks. 8. Forces: Friction. Detailed Syllabus English : Guided Composition-essay and paragraph to test presentation of ideas a nd clarity of expression. concepts of inertial frame s. conservation of momentum and energy. Chand igarh. Chemistry 100 3 hours N. Medium of Training: The Training Programme at the Institutions will be condu cted in English only. Centres of Examination : Ahmedabad. SI Units. 10. energy and power. to secure atleast pass marks (35%) in each of the remaining papers in order to be considered for inclusion in the merit list and called for interview (100 marks). Kepler's law. projectiles. Srinagar. Newton's laws of motion. Ernakulam. ability to recognis e and use common and useful English words and phrase.B.
for ce on a moving coil galvanometer. telescope. Young's double slit experiment. Hund's rule. longitudinal and transv erse waves. Rectilinear propagation and velocity of light. Coulomb's law. Calorimetry. reflection and refraction at pl ane and curved surfaces. Diode rectification and triode am plification. Ideal gas laws. angular momentum torque. Chemistry : Electron. Wave motion: Concepts of amplitude. minim um deviation. energy stored in a capacity. voltmeter. electric field. Curved mirrors and thin lense s. heating effects of current. Le Chatelier's principle and its applications. X-rays. photoelectric effect. total internal reflection. disperdon. critical angle. conduction. beats. half-life. progressive and stationary waves. exoth ermic and endothermic reactions. magnetic moment of a current loop. polarity in molecules. quality and pitch of sounds. echoes. quantum numbers. frige width. Behaviour of Gases: Avo gadro s law. interference phen omena. equivalence of heat and work. Rutherford's scattering experiment. cylinder and sphere. Co ncepts of Chemical Equilibrium: Laws of mass action. p and d-blocks. Electric current: Ohm's law. temperature. hydrogen bond. Wave nature of light. wheat-stone bridge and applications. neutralisation and displacement reactions. use of mole concept. p and d orbitals. Cp' Cv and y. capacitance. parallel plate capacitors. laws o f radio-active decay. properties of alpha. Pauli's exclusion princip le. shear and bulk moduli. magnification. concept of hybri disation involving s and p orbitals only. disk. laten t heat. series and parallel arrangements of resistances and cells. beta and gamma rays. spectrometer and spectra. Elem ents of kinetic theory of gases. electron affinity and electronegativity. Atomic nucleus. Cathode rays. elastic and inelastic collisions in one dimensions. prism. equipartition of ener gy. Centre of mass of a system of particles. beta and gamma rays. diffusion of gases. dielectric constant. resonance. production and properties. frequency and phase. Faraday's and Lenz's laws. Principle of buoyancy. Doppler s effect. pres sure in a fluid. kinetic theor y of gases. capacitors in s eries and parallel. sp ecific heat. proton and neutron: Constitution of nucleus. Conservation of angular momentum. convection and radiation. Kirchoffs laws. Rigid bodies: Moments of inertia of simple shapes like ring. Periodic Tables: Periods and groups. electronic configuration of elements (up to a tomic number 36). pressure of an ideal gas.harmonic motion. nature of alpha. Raoult's law. Thermal expansion of solids. Bohr's theory of hydrogen-like atoms. calculation s involving oxidation reduction. Bohr's atomic m odel (mathematical details excluded). Hooke's law: Young's modulus. equation of state for an ideal gas. vibration of strings and air colum ns. namely. ammeter. law of radioactivity. atomic and ionic radii. root mean square velocity and its relation with temperature. self mutual inductances. Chemical Bond: Electrovalent (ionic) and covalent (including coordinate) bonds. . lines of force. Stoichiometry: Balancing equations for chemical reactions (including oxidation-r eduction reactions using ion-electron and oxidation number methods). binding energy. absolute temperature. liquids and gases. Aufbau principle. magnetic field due to a current. velocity of sound. equilibrium constant. average velocity. io nisation energy. photons. periodicity in properties. electric potenti al. nuclear energy by fission and fusion. molality. lowering of vapour pressure. shapes of s. classification of elements with respect to s. microscope. dipole moment (qualitative aspect only). Solutions: Expressing concentration in terms of mole fraction. electromagnetic induction. isothermal and adiabatic processes. . molarity and normality. Gay Lussac's law.
arithmetic . Tin and Lead: Important minerals. Preparation. extraction. ferrous sulphate. acetylene. condensation and Canizzaro's rea ction). refining properties and uses. homologous series.ionic equilibria in aqueous solubility product. Fe/Fe++. dehydration. carboxylic acid (formation of ester. area of a triangle. halogenation and acylation reaction . circle. Oxygen and Sulphur: Properties. ozoanalysis. nitration. Cl/Cl2. chloride and alums. nitration. sulphonation. ox ides and chlorides. parametric representation. straight line. ethyl and aniline. properti es and uses are included. Carbon: Occurence. compounds. silver nitrate. hydrogen sulphate. Bromine and Iod ine: Preparation. chloroform. properties and uses. properties a nd uses. compounds. geometrical represen tation. Mathematics Algebra: Complex number as an ordered pair of real numbers.parts. Concepts of hybridisation of carbon. Simple numerical problems ba sed on above. oxidation. acid-base equ ilibria. Sodium. sigma and pi-bond s. geometric and harmonic progressions. carbonates. Characteristics reactions of the following functional groups: Alcohol (esterif ication. acetaldehyde. hydrochloric acids. rate. pH. compounds. Chlorine. Alkanes: Substitution reactions. properties and uses. of cells involving the following electrodes only: Zn/Zn++. properties and uses of the following: Ethanol. f erric chloride. Cu/Cu++. all the compounds mentioned above their preparation. Nitrogen and Phosphorous: Sources. copper sulphate. nomenclature. Determinants of order two and three and their elementary properties. Potassium. so lutions of simultaneous linear equations in two and three variables. equation of tangent and normal to a circle. Benzene: Structure. sulphurous and sulphuric acids. allotropes. Pt. Trigonometry: Trigonometric functions and their graphs. linear and quadratic in equations in one variable. addition reactions. bleaching powder. hydrolysis of salts. Aluminium: Minerals. oxides and oxyacids. properties and uses. permutations and combinations. aldehyde and ketone (Oxidation. ace tone. Binomial theorem for a positive integra l index. additions and substracti on formulae. common ion effect. H2/H+. galvanic cells. Theory of quadratic equations and expression: Relationship between roots and coefficients. Magnesium minerals. extract ion. cell reaction and e. Phenol (halogenation. extraction. buffer solutions. reduction oxime and hydrazone formation. reactions with sodium and phosphorus halides). const ant and half-life period of first order reactions. simple applications in finding heights and d . resonance. Coordinate Geometry: Rectangular Cartesian co-ordinates. Faraday's laws of electrolysis. He ss's law. sulphonation). Chemical Kinetics: Rates of reactions. di-ethylether. zinc oxide and zinc sulphide. general solutions of trigonometric equations. structural isomerism. solutions of triangles. Iron. Electrochemical Series: Hydrogen and hydrogen peroxide preparation. alumin ium. real and imaginary . ethylene. order of reactions. Note: In the case. carbon tetrachloride formaldehyde. ferric oxide". Copper. Thermochemistry: Heat of formations. heat of combustion and heat of reaction. oxy-acids of chlorine. compounds. alumina. sodium thiosulphate. triangle ineq uality. oxides. distance between two po ints. Silver and Zinc :Occurence. parallel and p erpendicular lines.f. extraction. distance of a point from a line. properties and hydro xides. formic and acetic anhydride. alkanes and alkynes. amide and acid chloride). compounds. Sn/Sn ++. bicarbonates. absolute value and conjugation. silver bromide. fert ilisers. compounds. allotropes and oxides. elementary concepts of cataly sis. aldol. elementary applications of mathematical induction. angle between two lines. multiple and submultiple angles.m. Pt. ammonia.
scalar product. tr igonometric. maximum and minimum values of function. tangents and normals. logarithmic and exponential functions. rational. sign of the derivative and monot onicity. conditional probability. Calculus: Functions. sum and product laws. derivatives of composite and im plicit functions. cros s product and scalar triple product with geometrical applications. rational. Notion of limit and continui ty of a function. derivatives of polynomial. Vectors: Additions of vectors. inverse trigonometric. differences. and one-one functions. definite integral and its application of area s (simple cases). onto. derivative of a point. Probability: Probability. logarithmic and exponential functions. polynomial. . multiplications by a scalar. into. Integration as the inverse process of differentiation. geometrical inte rpretation of derivative. trigonometric . derivatives of sum.istances. integra tion by parts and by substitution. produc t and quotients of functions.