Online Entrance Test Pattern

Online Entrance Test Pattern

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Test Pattern

The test pattern for each course and program is listed here.

 

MBBS, BDS, BPHARM & PHARMD (ELIGIBILITY PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, BIOLOGY)

The test is two and a half hours long. It consists of 200 multiple choice questions (MCQ).

The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

Physics – 50; Chemistry – 50; Biology – 70; English & General Aptitude - 30.

 

BTECH, BPHARM & PHARMD (ELIGIBILITY PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, MATHEMATICS)

The test is two and a half hours long. It consists of 200 multiple choice questions (MCQ).

The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

Physics – 50; Chemistry – 50; Mathematics – 70; English & General Aptitude - 30.

 

BA (MEDIA & COMMUNICATION)

The test is two hours long. It consists of multiple choice questions (MCQ) adding up to 100 marks.

The approximate distribution is as follows:

Numeracy – 20; Conceptual – 25; General English – 20; General Awareness – 20; Case Study - 15.

 

BBA, BCom (BPS,Professional)

The test is two hours long. It consists of multiple choice questions (MCQ) adding up to 100 marks.

The approximate distribution is as follows:

Numeracy – 20; Conceptual – 25; General English – 20; General Awareness – 20; Case Study - 15.

 

BACHELOR OF DESIGN (FASHION DESIGN), BACHELOR OF DESIGN (INTERIOR DESIGN ) The Design Ability Test is two hours long.  It carries 100 marks and examines the design aptitude of the applicant, in terms of creativity, drawing, innovation and visual communication.

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LATERAL BTECH

The test is one hour long. The approximate distribution of question is as follows:

Diploma level: Mathematics – 50; Physics – 10; Chemistry – 10; Communication Skills in English - 20.

BSc graduates with Mathematics have a separate question paper with the distribution of questions as follows:

Mathematics – 70; Communication skills in English - 20.

 

MD, MS, PG MEDICAL DIPLOMA

The test is two and a half hours long. It consists of 200 multiple choice questions (MCQ) carrying 200 marks.

The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

Medicine including Paediatrics, Genetics, Dermatology & Venereology etc. – 40; Surgery including Orthopaedics, Trauma and Anaesthesiology – 30; Obstetrics & Gynaecology – 20; Community Medicine -20; Physiology – 14; Pharmacology – 14; Pathology – 14; Anatomy – 10; Otorhinolaryngology – 10; Ophthalmology – 10; Biochemistry – 6; Microbiology – 6; Forensic Medicine - 6.

 

MDS & PG DIPLOMA IN DENTAL MATERIALS

The test is two and a half hours long. It consists of 200 multiple choice questions (MCQ) carrying 200 marks.

The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

Pedodontics – 16; Orthodontics – 16; Periodontics – 16; Oral Medicine & Radiology – 16; Prosthodontics – 16; Conservative Dentistry – 16; Oral Surgery – 16; Public Health – 16; Human Anatomy – 8; Human Physiology including Biochemistry – 8; Dental Materials – 8; Pharmacology – 8; General Pathology & Microbiology – 8; Oral Anatomy – 8; General Medicine – 8; General Surgery – 8; Oral Pathology – 8.

 

MPT/MPT SPORTS & CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS

The test is two hours long. It consists of 200 multiple choice questions (MCQ).

The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

Physiotherapy in Community Health – 10; Electrodiagnosis – 5; Ergonomics and Biomechanics – 25; Exercise Physiology – 5; Kinesiotherapeutics – 25; Physiotherapy in Neurology – 30; Physiotherapy in Cardio pulmonary – 30; Physiotherapy in Orthopaedics – 30; Electrotherapy – 20; Anatomy – 10; Physiology - 10.

 

MASLP

The test is two hours long. It consists of 2 sections; Section I consists of 150 multiple choice questions (MCQ) related to Speech and Hearing; Section II consists of 50 multiple choice questions related to Allied Health.

The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

SECTION I: Fluency – 15; Articulation – 15; Voice – 15; Childhood Communication Disorder – 15; Neurogenic Language disorders – 15; Neurogenic Speech disorders – 15; Diagnostic Audiology – 15; Paediatric Audiology – 10; Rehabilitative Audiology – 7; Educational Audiology – 8; Hearing Aids – 15; Noise - 5.

SECTION II: Anatomy – 10; Physiology – 5; Psychology – 5; Electronics – 5; Acoustics – 5; Statistics & Research Methodology – 5; ENT – 5; Linguistics & Phonetics - 10.

 

MCA

The test is one and a half hours long. It consists of 100 multiple choice questions (MCQ).

The subjects and approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

Mental Ability – 25; Basic Mathematics – 10; General English – 25; Computer Aptitude - 40.

 

MPHARM / PHARMD POST BACCALAUREATE

The test is two hours long. It consists of 200 multiple choice questions (MCQ).

The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

Pharmaceutical Analysis – 25; Pharmaceutical Chemistry – 25; Pharmacology – 25; Pharmacy Practice – 25; Pharmacognosy – 25; Pharmaceutics – 25; Pharmaceutical Marketing, Management & Jurisprudence – 25; Biochemistry, Pathology, Physiology, Microbiology and Biotechnology - 25.

 

MSC NURSING

The test is two hours long. It consists of 200 multiple choice questions (MCQ), covering the subjects of BSc Nursing.

 

MA (Media & COMMUNICATION/PG DCC/MA IN FILM ART AND FILM MAKING

The test is two hours long and consists of 120 multiple choice questions (MCQ).

The test includes questions on reading comprehension, verbal ability (spotting errors, sentence improvement, vocabulary etc.), quantitative & numerical ability (arithmetic, algebra, geometry, data interpretation etc.) and reasoning & general intelligence (analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, general intelligence etc.).

The test might also have a few questions on latest trends and developments in the media, social and economic areas.

 

MSC MEDICAL (ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, BIOCHEMISTRY, MICROBIOLOGY, PHARMACOLOGY , Genetics Counseling, CLINICAL EMBRYOLOGY MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND HUMAN GENETICS, CLINICAL VIROLOGY, REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

The test is two hours long and consists of 3 sections of multiple choice questions (MCQ), covering BSc syllabus of major Indian universities.

The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

Section 1: Zoology – 40; Section 2: Botany – 40; Section 3: Chemistry including Biochemistry - 40.

 

 

MTech - (Thermal Sciences and Energy Systems, Aero Space Engineering, Bioinformatics, Biomedical Engineering, Computer Aided  Analysis and Design, Chemical Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Computer Science and Information Security, Construction Engineering & Management, Control Systems, Digital Electronics & Advanced Communication, Energy Systems and Management, Engineering Management, Environmental Engineering,Industrial Automation and Robotics, Industrial Biotechnology, Industrial Pollution & Control, Manufacturing Engineering and Technology, Microelectronics, Computer Networking and  Engineering, Power Electronic and Drives, Printing and Media Technology, Software Engineering, Structural Engineering, Automobile Engineering).

The test is one and a half hours long. The question paper consists of 60 multiple choice questions (MCQ).

·         Each question carries four marks and each correct answer is awarded four marks.

·         One mark is deducted for each wrong answer.

·         The paper has 50 questions from the respective disciplines, and 10 questions from Engineering Mathematics.

Based on the qualifying degree, the applicant is expected to select any ONE of the NINE disciplines listed in the online test booking system. Request for change of discipline after selection in online test booking system will not be considered.

 

THE CHOICE OF THE PAPER IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE APPLICANT.

 

1.      BIOTECHNOLOGY (BT) :

Process Calculations and Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics and Mechanical Operations, Heat Transfer, Mass Transfer, Chemical Reaction Engineering, Instrumentation and Process Control, Bioprocess Engineering and Downstream Processing, Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics, Fermentation Engineering and Enzyme Technology, Microbiology and Immunotechnology.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Transform Theory.

 

2.      CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (CH):

Process Calculations and Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics and Mechanical Operations, Heat Transfer, Mass Transfer, Chemical Reaction Engineering, Instrumentation and Process Control, Plant Design and Economics, Chemical Technology, Material of Construction and Corrosion, Energy Engineering Pollution Control and Safety.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Transform Theory.

 

3.      CIVIL ENGINEERING (CE):

Engineering Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Design of Steel and Concrete Structures, Structural Analysis, Geotechnical Engineering, Foundation Engineering, Surveying, Transportation Engineering, Construction Planning – Organization and Management, Environmental Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Water Resources Engineering, Concrete Technology, Engineering Materials, Estimations and Specification.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Linear Algebra, Calculus, Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods.

 

4.      COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (CS):

Programming Languages, Data Structure, Logic Design and Circuits, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Database Systems, Computer Networks, Design and Analysis of Algorithm, Software Engineering, Object Oriented Analysis and Design.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Combinatorics, Graph Theory, Mathematics and Predicate Logic.

 

5.      ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (EE):

Electric Circuits Analysis, Measurements & Instrumentation, Linear and Digital Control Systems, Signals, System and Signal Processing, Analog Devices and Circuits, Digital Design and Computer Architecture, Micro Processors and Micro Controllers (8 – bit family), Electrical Machinery & Drives, Power Electronics, Power & Energy Systems, Utilization of Electrical Power.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Transform Theory.

 

6.  ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (EC):

Electric Circuits Analysis, Analog Devices and Circuits, Digital Design & VHDL, Electro Magnetic Waves, Analog Communication, Digital Communication, Antennas and Propagation, Micro Processors and Micro Controllers (16 – bit family), Signal Processing, Linear and Digital Control System.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Linear Algebra, Complex Variables, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Transform Theory.

 

7.  INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING (IC):

Electric Circuits Analysis, Electrical & Electronics Measurements, Transducers & Instrumentation, Linear and Digital Control System, Signals, Systems and Signal Processing, Analog Devices and Circuits, Digital System Design, Micro Processors and Micro Controllers (8 – bit family), Modern Control Theory and Process control, Analytical, Optical and Biomedical Instrumentation.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Transform Theory.

 

8.  MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (ME):

Engineering Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Design of Machine Elements, Basics of Manufacturing Science, Measurement & Metrology, Theory of Machines, Mechanical Vibrations, Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer, Material Science & Metallurgy.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Linear Algebra, Calculus, Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods.

 

9.  PRINTING AND MEDIA TECHNOLOGY (PT) :

Pre-Press Process, Digital Pre – Press, Electronic Composition and Software used, Color Management Concepts and Workflow, types of Printing Inks and Substrates, Properties and Testing, Conventional and Digital Printing, Principle, Types and Applications, Print Finishing, Packaging, Types, Materials and Design, Total Quality Management, Safety and Environment Management in Printing Industry.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Linear Algebra, Calculus, Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods.

 

ME  ( Medical Software, VLSI Design, Embedded Systems, Embedded & Wireless Technology, Computing Technology & Virtualization, Embedded Systems & Instrumentation, Automotive Embedded Sytstems ,Big Data & Data Analytics) For BE/BTech Graduates Only.

 

The test is one and a half hours long. The question paper consists of 60 multiple choice questions (MCQ).

·         Each question carries four marks and each correct answer is awarded four marks.

·         One mark is deducted for each wrong answer.

·         The paper has 50 questions from the respective disciplines, and 10 questions from Engineering Mathematics.

Based on the qualifying degree, the applicant is expected to select any ONE of the disciplines listed in the online test booking system. Request for change of discipline after selection in online test booking system will not be considered.

 

APPLICANTS APPLYING FOR MSC TECH PROGRAMS HAVE TO GIVE AN ENTRANCE TEST IN ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING DISCIPLINES. THE CHOICE OF THE PAPER IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CANDIDATE.

 

1.        COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (CS):

Programming Languages, Data Structure, Logic Design and Circuits, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Database Systems, Computer Networks, Design and Analysis of Algorithm, Software Engineering, Object Oriented Analysis and Design.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Combinatorics, Graph Theory, Mathematics and Predicate Logic.

 

2.        ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (EE):

Electric Circuits Analysis, Measurements & Instrumentation, Linear and Digital Control Systems, Signals, System and Signal Processing, Analog Devices and Circuits, Digital Design and Computer Architecture, Micro Processors and Micro Controllers (8 – bit family), Electrical Machinery & Drives, Power Electronics, Power & Energy Systems, Utilization of Electrical Power.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Transform Theory.

 

3.        ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (EC):

Electric Circuit Analysis, Analog Devices and Circuits, Digital Design & VHDL, Electro Magnetic Waves, Analog Communication, Digital Communication, Antennas and Propagation, Micro Processor and Micro Controllers (16 – bit family), Signal Processing, Linear and Digital Control System.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Linear Algebra, Complex Variables, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Transform Theory.

 

4.        INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING (IC):

Electric Circuits Analysis, Electrical & Electronics Measurements, Transducers & Instrumentation, Linear and Digital Control System, Signals, Systems and Signal Processing, Analog Devices and Circuits, Digital System Design, Micro Processors and Micro Controllers (8 – bit family), Modern Control Theory and Process control, Analytical, Optical and Biomedical Instrumentation.

 

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS:

Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Transform Theory.

 

 

MSc Clinical Psychology

The test is one hour long. It consists of 60 multiple choice questions (MCQ) carrying 60 marks.

The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

Physiological Psychology. – 10; Developmental Psychology – 10; General Psychology – 10; Abnormal Psychology -10;Social Psychology – 10;Psychological assessment – 10.

 

MPhil Clinical Psychology

The test is two hours long. It consists of 80 multiple choice questions (MCQ) carrying 80 marks.

The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

Research methods and statistics. – 10; Psychological assessment – 15; Psychiatry – 10; Neuropsychology -10; Social psychology – 10;Child and adolescent Psychology – 10, Psychotherapy –15.