AP ECET 2019 SYLLABUS
STATE LEVEL ONLINE TEST
JNT University Anantapur conducts the AP Engineering Common Entrance Test for those candidates who wish to get lateral admission into 2nd year regular B.E., B.Tech and B.Pharmacy Courses. Candidates who are going to appear in this examination they can get their course wise syllabus for entrance exam by going through this page.
The syllabus of the AP ECET will contain the topics and subjects that one had studied in their qualifying examination. Paper will be prepared from subjects such as Mathematics, Chemistry & Physics. The question will also be prepared from the engineering branches, like Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation, Electrical, Computer Science, etc. Students should study all the subjects included in these branches.
|AP ECET 2019 Application Form||AP ECET Admit Card||AP ECET Exam Pattern|
The question paper is published in English language only. The exam will be of Objective Type. The whole paper consists of 200 questions. 3 hours will be given to answer all the questions.
The exam would be of 200 marks with 200 objective type questions and the distribution of marks would be as per the examination pattern mentioned below:
The entrance test is of 3 hours duration and question paper compromises of a total of 200 questions as per the scheme of entrance. All questions are objective type (multiple choice only). Each question carries one mark.
The test timings are 10:00am to 1:00pm.
The minimum percentage for gaining a rank in AP ECET 2019 is 25 percent of the total marks in the four subjects (3 subjects for B.Sc Maths) i.e., 50 marks out of a total of 200; however in the case of SC/ST candidates there would be no minimum qualifying marks for ranking the candidates.
The rank gained with the benefit of relaxation of the minimum qualifying marks at the AP ECET 2019 [FDH & B.Sc (Mathematics)] by any candidate claiming to belong to ST/SC category would be cancelled in case the claim is found to be invalid at the time of admission.
In below section, different courses syllabus is provided. Candidates are advised to prepare for only those topics which are mention in below section for Engineering Common Entrance Test Syllabus 2019.
Computer Science Engineering
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
|Chemistry||Atomic Structure Chemical Bonding Solutions Acids and Bases Electrochemistry Water Technology Corrosion Polymers Fuels Environmental chemistry|
|Mathematics||Matrices Partial Fractions Trigonometry Complex Numbers Analytical Geometry Differentiation and its Applications Integration and Its Applications Differential Equations|
|Physics||Units and dimensions Elements of vectors Kinematics and Friction Work, Power, and Energy Simple harmonic motion and acoustics Heat and Thermodynamics Modern Physics|
|Pharmaceutics||Pharmaceutics – I Pharmaceutics – II Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence|
|Pharmaceutical Chemistry||Pharmaceutical Chemistry – I Pharmaceutical Chemistry – II Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology|
|Pharmacognosy||Pharmacognosy Drug Store & Business Management Health Education and Community Pharmacy subjects|
|Pharmacology||Human Anatomy & Physiology Pharmacology and Toxicology Hospital Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacy|
|Name of the Book||Author Name|
|Solutions of Network Analysis||GK Publications|
|Network Analysis||Van Valken Burg|
|Electric Circuits||Schaum’s Series|
|Electronic Devices Circuits||Boylested and Neshelsky|
|A Companion||N.N lnamdar|
|Network Analysis||Soni and Gupta|
|Engineering Circuit Analysis||Hayt and Kemmerly|
|Graph Theory||Narsing Deo (Cutset and Others)|
|Circuit Theory||Roy Choudary (Networks and Systems)|
|Network Theory||Prof Yoganarasimhan|
|Solution to lrodov’s Problems in General Physics ( Volume – II )||Abhay Kumar Singh|
|Concepts of Physics ( Volume – I) ( English ) 1st Edition ( Paperback )||H C Verma|
|Objective Type Questions and Answers in Chemical Engineering Paperback||Gupta O P|
|Organic Chemistry||Morrison & Boyd|
|Concept of Physics||HC Verma|
|ABC Chemistry||S.P. Jauhar|
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College