AEEE 2019 PATTERN & SYLLABUS

NATIONAL LEVEL ONLINE/OFFLINE TEST

Updated On - October 5th 2018 by SONAL ROHATGI

**AEEE Exam Pattern 2019**: The first thing candidates need to do before starting their preparation is go through the exam pattern of **AEEE 2019 **thoroughly. Exam will be conducted separately for CBT and P&P modes. The Computer Based Test will be held from **April 22 – 26** whereas the **Pen and Paper Test will be held on April 27, 2019**. The online **Application Form of AEEE 2019** will commence from **October 10, 2018. **

AEEE 2019 Admit Card | AEEE Question Papers 2019 | AEEE Syllabus 2019 |

The exam will be conducted through both (__Mode:__**online and offline**) modes.The total duration of the exam will be__Duration of Exam:__**150 minutes.**There will be__No. of Questions:__**100 questions**in the exam.Multiple Choice Question__Type of Questions:__**(MCQ)**will be asked in the examination.Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.__Subjects:__For every correct response,__Marking Scheme:__**3**marks will be awarded.For each incorrect answer,__Negative Marking:__**1**mark will be deducted from the total score. For more than one answer, 1 mark will be deducted.

Subjects | Questions | Marks |
---|---|---|

Physics | 30 | 90 |

Chemistry | 30 | 90 |

Mathematics | 40 | 120 |

Total | 100 | 300 |

The Amrita University will release the computer-based examination of AEEE from **April 22 – 26**. Those candidates want to prefer this mode of examination, they have to prepare with their computer for this examination.

- It will have 100 multiple choice questions will be asked in online mode examination
- The different slot of candidates will get different set of question paper through online mode.

The Paper & Pencil based examination of AEEE will be on **April 27, 2019**. The offline mode examination may have available the four different versions.

- In the question paper of AEEE may include 100 multiple questions paper.
- The answers are to be marked in printed OMR answer sheet
- Candidates must bring black ball pen, HB pencils, pencil sharpener and eraser with them.

Being one of the major sections asked in AEEE exam, Physics comprises a total of 30 questions. The total marks allotted to the section is 90 hence each question will be of 3 marks. Take a quick look at AEEE Exam Pattern for Physics.

**Total Questions asked: 30****Maximum Marks: 90****Marking Scheme: 3 mark per correct response****Negative Marking: -1 for every incorrect response****Time to be invested: 50 to 70 minutes advisable**

Since AEEE exam is conducted for undergraduate engineering entrance, syllabus for section is similar to Class XII and Class XI. It is also similar to the major engineering entrance conducted at national and state level. Here is the list of importance topics that could come in the AEEE Physics section.

Most Important Topics | Important Topics | Topics with Less Importance |
---|---|---|

Gaseous Theory | Dimensional Analysis | Units and Dimensions |

Center of Mass, Collision | Newtons Laws of Motion | Errors, Significant figures |

2D and 3D Motions | Scalars, Vectors | Gravitation |

Simple Harmonic Motion | Sound Waves | Dimensional Analysis |

Circular Motion | Electric Flux | Physical World, Measurements |

Gauss Theorem, Coulombs Law | Solid State | Modern Physics |

Thermodynamics | -- | Work Power Energy |

- Concepts of Physics by HC Verma
- Understanding Physics by DC Pandey
- Physics Problems by IE Irodov
- NCERT Physics
- WBJEE Previous Year Papers

Chemistry is often considered to be branch of science which deals with matter and its composition, the investigation of their properties and reactions. It also involves use of such reactions to form new substances. Similar to AEEE Physics, candidates appearing for 2019 exam are expected to have a basic understanding of Chemistry of secondary level. Let’s look at the exam pattern for Chemistry in AEEE 2019

**Total Questions asked: 30****Maximum Marks: 90****Marking Scheme: 3 marks per every correct response****Negative Marking: -1 for every incorrect response****Difficulty level: Secon**dary

Chemistry assists in disintegrating every aspect of universe and understand its attributes and behavior which involves its creation from a single cell. Syllabus for AEEE Chemistry comes from Class 12^{th}. Take a quick look at the topics to help you understand the section a little better for AEEE 2019.

Most Important | Less Important | Topics with Less Weightage |
---|---|---|

Periodic Table | Inorganic Chemistry | Dalton’s Atomic Theory |

Chemical Kinetics | Alkanes,Alkenes,Alkynes | Atomic Mass |

Molar Chemistry | SN1 and SN2 Reactions | Avagadro’s Hypothesis |

Markownikoff’s and anti-Markownikoff’s additions | Aromatic Compounds | Chemical Equations |

carbonyl compounds and esters | Catalysts | Oxidation-Reduction |

Empirical and Molecular formula | -- | Gay Lussac’s Law |

- Chemistry by Pradeep’s
- Organic Chemistry by OP Tandon
- XII Chemistry by NCERT
- WBJEE Previous Year Papers

Mathematics is undoubtedly the most important aspect of engineering studies. Engineering could not be possible or for fun let’s say, unimaginable without Mathematics. Mathematics is provisional in AEEE exam is conducted for those with mathematics as a mandatory subject in at secondary level. Anyhow, let’s take a quick look at mathematics pattern for AEEE 2019

**Total Questions Asked: 40****Total Marks Allotted: 120****Total time to be invested: 60-90 minutes advisable****Difficulty level: Higher Secondary and Secondary****Marking Scheme: 3 marks for each correct response****Negative Marking: -1 for every incorrect response**

Apart from being the most important, mathematics is also one of the toughest section to be asked in the exam of AEEE 2019. Understanding its syllabus and picking out your favorite topic that also holds importance in the examination would be the best way to prepare for exam.

Most Important Topics | Important Topics | Topics with less Weightage |
---|---|---|

Progression and Series | Differentiation | Probability, Integration by parts. Integration by substitution and partial fraction. |

Complex Numbers, conjugate | Integration | Properties of triangles, |

Matrices, Quadratic Equations | Differential Calculus | Mean, Variance and Standard Deviation |

Binomial Theorem, Sets Relations Mapping | Sets, Relations and Mapping | Maxima, Minima, Bayes’ Theorem |

Trigonometric Functions | Statistics, Inverse Trigonometry | Tangents and Normal |

Coordinate Geometry | Distance Formula, Section Formula | Scalar Triple Products |

- Mathematics by RS Agarwal
- XII Mathematics: NCERT
- XI Mathematics: NCERT
- Mathematics by RD Sharma
- WBJEE Previous Year Papers

The syllabus of AEEE 2019 exam will be consisting of class 11th and class 12th syllabus. The questions will be asked from physics, chemistry and mathematics. The contents of the each subject are given below:

- Complex Numbers
- Integral Calculus
- Differential Equations
- Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion
- Trigonometry
- The straight line and pair of straight lines
- Circles and Family of Circles
- Matrices and Determinants
- Quadratic Equations
- Relations and Functions
- Probability
- Differential Calculus
- Two Dimensional Geometry
- Conic Sections
- Vector Algebra
- Three Dimensional Geometry
- Linear Inequalities
- Permutations and Combination
- Binomial Theorem
- Sequences and Series

- Oscillations and waves
- Ray and wave optics
- Modern physics
- Units and dimensions
- Mechanics
- Solids and fluids
- Electrostatics, current electricity and magnetostatics
- Electromagnetic induction and electromagnetic wave
- Heat and thermodynamics

- Environmental chemistry
- Chemistry in everyday life
- Basic concepts
- Atomic structure, chemical bonding and molecular structure
- Electrochemistry, kinetics and surface chemistry
- Equilibrium and thermodynamics
- Solid state and solutions
- Hydrocarbons, haloalkanes and haloarenes
- Alcohols, phenols and ethers
- Polymers and biomolecules
- Aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and amines
- Hydrogen
- Co-ordination compounds
- Basic organic chemistry and techniques
- S-block elements
- D, f-block elements
- P-block elements

State | City | City Code | Mode of Exam | |
---|---|---|---|---|

Karnataka | Bengaluru | 25 | CBT | P&P |

Kerala | Amritapuri (Kollam) | 34 | CBT | P&P |

Kerala | Kannur | 36 | CBT | P&P |

Kerala | Kochi | 38 | CBT | P&P |

Kerala | Kollam | 39 | CBT | P&P |

Kerala | Kottayam | 40 | CBT | P&P |

Kerala | Kozhikode | 41 | CBT | P&P |

Kerala | Palakkad | 43 | CBT | P&P |

Kerala | Thiruvananthapuram | 45 | CBT | P&P |

Kerala | Thrissur | 47 | CBT | P&P |

Tamil Nadu | Chennai | 57 | CBT | P&P |

Tamil Nadu | Coimbatore | 58 | CBT | P&P |

Tamil Nadu | Erode | 61 | CBT | P&P |

Tamil Nadu | Hosur | 62 | CBT | P&P |

Tamil Nadu | Madurai | 64 | CBT | P&P |

Tamil Nadu | Namakkal | 66 | CBT | P&P |

Tamil Nadu | Puducherry | 68 | CBT | P&P |

Tamil Nadu | Salem | 70 | CBT | P&P |

Tamil Nadu | Trichy | 74 | CBT | P&P |

Candidates appearing for** AEEE** should understand and remember all the aspects of AEEE Exam Pattern. If you are appearing for AEEE 2019, knowledge about its pattern and topics that hold importance and significance in the exam will surely give you an upper hand over a well prepared but less informed student. Here are some important instructions for candidates appearing for AEEE 2019.

- We advised students to start with
**Chemistry section**as it consumes less time. The section does not involve heavy calculations and complex problems. If your concepts about basic chemistry is strong and you are well educated about rules of Organic Chemistry along with formulas of physical chemistry, you will have to invest less time in the section. **Physics**can be a little tricky in AEEE 2019 at times. However, with clear concepts, you can tackle heavy questions in the section easily. Getting/ Making a handbook that contains important formulas will surely help. It will not only help you remember the basic concepts and formulas but with regular practice.**Mathematics**is considered as the toughest section of all as mentioned earlier. It is advisable to divide the topics into three parts as mentioned above. You can divide the topics into sections- Dividing topics as per your strength would help you strategize your preparation in a monotonous and healthy manner. Writing important formulae, squares, cubes over the wall of your study table will help you revise in your subconscious every time you look at those.

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College

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