Engineering is the branch of science and technology which deals with innovations. All-India Council of technical Education (AICTE) which is established in 1945 manages all activities of the institutes which provide engineering courses. Engineering is one of the ever green and demanding careers in the present market. One who done with the engineering entrance exam will get seat to go for higher studies in engineering, here clearing the entrance is mandatory for getting seat. Engineering exam is high challenging one, as million of students appear and compete every year. The engineering course provided in India is governed by both government and private institutes. Engineering opens the door to many careers.
The candidate who opt Engineering as the fields for higher studies need to take engineering entrance test which is conducted by numerous engineering institutes. There are different types of engineering entrance examination such as follows
Minimum qualification for engineering entrance examination is 10+2
Basically Engineering Entrance Exams consist of two Question papers, Paper-I include three sections-Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. Paper-II is an aptitude test, Mathematics and drawing for B.Planning and B.Architechture. All the questions should be answered and there is the system of negative marking.
Syllabus for engineering entrance examination covers mathematics, physics, chemistry and aptitude test. Paper I which includes mathematics terminology are Mathematical induction, Sequence and series, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equation, Sets, relations and functions, Matrices, Integral Calculus, Vector algebra, Statistics, Probability, Trigonometry, Mathematical reasoning, Continuity and differentiability, Co-ordinate Geometry, Three Dimensional Geometry etc.
The physics terminologies which consist in paper-I are of two sections, with 80% and 20 % weightage. Section A: Work, Energy and Power, Physics and measurement, Kinematics, Law of Motion, Rotational Motion, Gravitation, Properties of solids and liquids, Kinetic theory of gases, oscillations and waves, Magnetic effects of current and magnetism, Electromagnetic waves, optics, Dual Nature of matter and radiation, atoms and nuclei, Electronic devices, Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, Current electricity, Electromagnetic Induction and alternating currents, communication system and Section B: Experimental skills and observations of various experiments are tested.
The chemistry terminology which consist in paper-I are Physical and basis concepts in chemistry, Chemical Thermodynamics, Solutions, Surface chemistry, states of matter, atomic structure, Chemical bonding and molecular structure, Hydrogen, S- block elements, P- Block Elements, D-and F- block element, General principles and processes of isolation of metals, classification of elements and periodicity in properties, inorganic chemistry, surface chemistry, Redox reactions and electrochemistry, equilibrium, chemical kinetics, Organic compound containing Halogens, Oxygen and Nitrogen, Co-ordination compounds, Environmental Chemistry, Organic chemistry, Purification and characterization of organic compounds, Basics principles of organic chemistry, Hydro carbons, polymers, Bio-molecules, Chemistry in every day life, Principles related to practical chemistry.
You can submit the form through online or by post. Students opting online submission of form should download the application from the concerned official website and draw a demand draft in favor of the opted institute. The complete details about examination will be provided through websites of concerned institutes. Supporting documents should be submitted along with the form before last date.
Selection purely depends upon the rank/marks scored in the Entrance test. The students who get above cut-off are called for counseling. Documents are verified at the time of counseling/admission.