Uni-GAUGE-E 2020 Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Recommended Books

    Neha Rani Neha Rani
    Exams Prep Master

    Uni-GAUGE is an online entrance examination conducted for those candidates who are seeking admission in the various undergraduate and postgraduate courses. After clearing Uni-GAUGE-E 2020 students can get admission in private and deemed universities in India.

    • Uni-GAUGE-E Application form will be available from January 16 – April 17, 2020.
    • The exam will be conducted on May 10, 2020 in online mode.
    • It is comprised of 180 questions.
    • The questions are asked from the subject Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
    • The exam syllabus is based on the existing syllabus of 11th and 12th. Check Uni-GAUGE-E Syllabus
    • For every correct answer, the student will be awarded by 1 mark.
    • There is no negative marking. Read More Uni-GAUGE-E Marking Scheme

    Uni-GAUGE 2020 Exam Pattern Highlights

    The following table shows the examination pattern of Uni-GAUGE 2020:

    Exam ModeOnline (Computer Based)
    Number of Papers1
    Number of Sections3 (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics)
    Question Paper TypeMultiple Choice Questions
    Uni-GAUGE 2020 Total Marks180 marks
    Exam LanguageEnglish Only

    Uni-GAUGE-E 2020 Exam Pattern

    For clearing the examination with better marks, students are advised to try the Mock Tests that are available on the University website i.e. www.unigauge.com. By solving the mock tests students will get clear idea about the examination pattern.

    • Total 180 questions are asked in the paper from the Physics, Chemistry and Mathematic subjects.
    • The examination will be conducted through online mode only. It will not be commenced through any other mode
    • For wrong answers, marks will not be deducted.
    • Each subject has 60 multiple choice questions

    The following table shows the detailed explanation of examination pattern of Uni-GAUGE 2020:


    Marking Scheme

    • For every correct answer, 1 mark will be awarded
    • No marks will be deducted for the un-attempted questions
    • Students can freely attempt all the questions because there is no negative marking for the wrong attempt

    Uni-GAUGE-E 2020 Syllabus

    Students are advised to not to skip any of the topics from the syllabus because questions can be asked from anywhere. They must check the syllabus before start preparation for the examination. The syllabus is based on the existing syllabus of 11th and 12th. The syllabus comprised the subjects namely Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

    The following table shows the details of the Chapters asked in Uni-GAUGE entrance examination. For the detail of the topics asked from each and every chapter is published on the university official website.

    Kinetic Theory of Gases
    Electromagnetic Induction
    Motion in a Straight Line
    Oscillation & Waves
    Work, Energy, and Power
    Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance
    Electric Charges and Fields
    Laws of Motion
    Physical World
    Kinetic Theory
    Electromagnetic Waves
    Communication Systems
    Alternating Currents
    Current Electricity
    Materials, Devices, and Simple Circuits
    Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
    Units and Measurements
    Mechanical Properties of Solids
    Moving Charges and Magnetism
    Magnetism and Matter
    Semiconductor Electronics
    Mechanical Properties of Fluids
    Optical Instruments and Ray Optics
    Motion in a Plane
    Wave Optics
    Thermal Properties of Matter
    System of Particles and Rotational Motion
    ChemistryEnvironmental Chemistry
    Band theory
    Classification of solids based on different binding forces
    Organic Chemistry: Basic Principles & Techniques
    Chemical Kinetics
    Solid State
    Coordination Compounds
    s-Block Elements
    Redox Reactions
    Surface Chemistry
    Some p-Block Elements
    Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
    Lanthanoids Actinoids
    Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers
    Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
    P-Block Elements
    Basic Concepts of Chemistry
    General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
    d and f Block Elements
    Organic compounds containing Nitrogen
    Structure of Atom
    States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
    Classification of Elements & Periodicity in Properties
    Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids.
    Linear Programming
    Inverse Trigonometric
    Mathematical Reasoning
    Co-ordinate Geometry
    Three-dimensional Geometry
    Relations and Functions
    Statistics and Probability
    Applications of Derivatives
    Continuity and Differentiability
    Differential Equations
    Applications of the Integrals
    Vectors And Three-Dimensional Geometry

    Uni-GAUGE-E 2020 Recommended Books

    Books play a very important role in the better preparation of the entrance examination. Students should start preparing from the books because it helps in clearing doubts regarding any topic.

    The following table shows subject-wise names of the books along with their authors name for the preparation of Uni-GAUGE-E 2020:

    For Physics

    Book NameAuthor Name
    Concepts of Physics – Vol 1H.C. Verma
    Concepts of Physics – Vol 2H.C. Verma
    Problems in General PhysicsI.E. Irodov
    Problems in PhysicsS.S. Krotov

    For Mathematics

    Book NameAuthor Name
    Differential CalculusDas Gupta
    Class XI and XII MathematicsR.D. Sharma
    Trigonometry, Geometry BooksS.L. Loney
    Problems in Calculus of One VariableI.A. Maron
    Higher AlgebraHall and Knight
    Complete MathematicsMcgraw Hills Education
    Comprehensive MathematicsMcgraw Hills Education

    For Chemistry

    Book NameAuthor Name
    Organic ChemistryMorrision & Boyd
    Organic ChemistryO.P. Tandon
    Inorganic ChemistryO.P. Tandon
    Concise Inorganic ChemistryJ.D. Lee
    NCERT Biology Class XINCERT
    NCERT Biology Class XIINCERT
    Numerical ChemistryP. Bahadur

    Uni-GAUGE-E 2020 Exam Day Instructions

    Following is the list of mandatory Uni-GAUGE-E 2020 exam day instructions that students must keep in mind before the examination:

    • Students are advised not to mark more than one response for single question.
    • They must bring the Uni-GAUGE 2020 admit card at the time of entrance examination.
    • Candidates must report the 120 minutes before the commencement of exam.
    • Applicants can download the admit card from the university official website.
    • They are not allowed to carry any kind of devices, Bluetooth, cell phones, any electronic gadgets etc to the venue of examination.
    • Not to carry any textual material, printed or written, bits of paper, except the online test admission ticket, 2 recent passport size photographs, and unique original photo ID.
    • Students cannot leave the examination hall for any reason before the exam ends.
    • Candidates must bring 2 recent passport size photographs during the test. They must mention his/ her name and TAT number at the back of the photograph.
    • If students are unable to appear for the exam then re-examination shall not be held.
    • After 9:30 AM candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination hall to take the test.
    • Test takers are expected to take their seats immediately after the examination centre will be opened. It will be opened 60 minutes before the exam.
    • Students must show on demand the Online TAT and The Unique photo ID proof in original.
    • If the students are found taking the test from a place which is not assigned to him/ her, his/ her candidature shall be cancelled.
    • Uni-GAUGE/ Era foundation is not responsible for any delay by any means of transportation to city and reaching test centre beyond the given time
    • Biometric recording will be done before and during the test session and students are required to cooperate.
    • Candidates must sign on their Online TAT in the presence of the invigilator.
    • Students must download the TAT one day before the exam and keep it safe until the admission process is complete.

    *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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