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VITEEE Syllabus 2017 is decided by VIT University each year. It is similar to class XII syllabus of CBSE and Tamil Nadu State Board of Higher Secondary. VITEEE 2017 Syllabus comprises questions from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, and English. There are 120 questions in the question paper of VITEEE. Each subject will carry 40 questions, except English. It will only contain 5 questions.
Candidates appearing in VIT Engineering Entrance Examination 2017 from April 5-16, 2017, must be thorough with VITEEE Syllabus 2017 to avoid any last-minute surprises. The duration of VITEEE 2017 is 2.5 hours.
VITEEE is organised for candidates seeking admission to B.Tech. programmes offered in both Chennai and Vellore campuses of VIT University. It is an all India level entrance examination conducted to fill approximately 5000 seats. VITEEE 2017 Result is expected to release on or before April 24, 2017.
Candidates must go through VITEEE 2017 syllabus beforehand so that they can prepare well for the examination. They are also advised to read all the instructions carefully before start attempting paper. Read complete subject-wise VITEEE Syllabus 2017 from this article.
VITEEE 2017 is scheduled from April 5-13, 2017. It will be conducted three times per day, in three different time slots. Candidates can book their examination day and time slot on the official website of the university i.e. vit.ac.in.
VITEEE question paper is divided into four different sections (PCME/ PCBE), containing total no. of 125 questions. Candidates are advised to attempt all the questions because there is no negative marking. Practicing as many of VITEEE Sample Papers 2017 will help you analyze your strong and weak areas. Learning about VITEEE Exam Pattern should be your first to-do. This can help you find out the relative weightage of each section and subject.
The following table shows the subject-wise exam pattern and distribution of questions for Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English (PCME) in VITEEE 2017:
|Subject||Total no. of questions|
The following table shows the subject-wise exam pattern and distribution of questions for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English (PCBE) in VITEEE 2017:
|Subject||Total no. of questions|
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Syllabus for VITEEE 2017 is similar to class XII syllabus of CBSE and Tamil Nadu State Board of Higher Secondary. Getting thorough with it beforehand helps you have a fair idea of what the actual paper may be. Here, we have detailed out VITEEE Syllabus 2017 for all the subjects viz. Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and English. Some of the important points to keep in mind before your preparation session are:
Questions number starting from 121 to 125 in the question paper will contain questions from English. Questions asked from this subject will be of multiple-choice in nature.
Question numbers 121, 122 and 123 are comprehension questions. They are based on short passages (30 -50 words) or lines of poems (2 -3) or dialogue (2 exchanges).
Question number 124 and 125 are based on English Grammar and Pronunciation
The candidates should read carefully the questions that follow and choose the correct answer from the options given for each question.
Candidates can read the subject-wise syllabus of VITEEE 2017 below. All the subjects cover various topics which are also mentioned separately.
This is a quite difficult section because candidates have to solve numerical very accurately within specified time. That’s why candidates should prepare well to secure better marks in this section.
The following table shows the detailed VITEEE Syllabus 2017 for Physics:
|Laws of Motion & Work, Energy and Power||Statics and Kinetic friction, Laws of friction, Rolling friction, Lubrication, Law of conservation of linear momentum, Kinetic energy, Work energy theorem, Power, Conservative forces, Kinetic and potential energies, non-conservative forces, motion in vertical circle, Elastic and inelastic collision in one or two dimension|
|Properties of Matter||Stress – strain relationship, Elastic behaviour, Hooke’s law, Young’s modulus, Bulk modulus, Poisson’s ratio, Elastic energy, Stoke’s law, Terminal velocity, Critical velocity, Heat, Temperature and Thermal expansion, Bernoulli’s Theorem, Latent heat capacity, Wein’s displacement law|
|Electrostatics||Coulomb’s law, Electric field due to point charge, Electric field lines, Electric dipole, Electric potential, Electric flux-Gauss’s theorem and its applications, Electrostatic induction, Applications of capacitor, Action of points, Van de Graaff generator.|
|Current Electricity||Electric current, Drift velocity and mobility, Ohm’s law, V-I characteristics, Electrical resistivity, Classification of materials in terms of conductivity, Series and parallel, Potential difference and emf of cell, Kirchoff’s law, Meter bridge, Potentiometer principle, Comparing emf of two cells.|
|Magnetic Effects of Electric Current||Concept of magnetic field, Oersted’s experiment, Biot-savat law, Tangent galvanometer, Ampere’s circuit law, Cyclotron, Conversion to ammeter and voltmeter, Magnetic dipole.|
|Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current||Faraday’s law, Lenz’s law, Self induction, Methods of inducing emf, Eddy current and its applications, Alternating current, Transformer, AC circuit with capacitor, LCR series circuit, Power in AC circuits|
|Optics||Reflection of light, Mirror formula, Refraction of light, Power of lens, Magnification, Lens maker’s formula, Combination of thin lenses, Wavefront and Huygen’s principle, Interference, Coherent source, Diffraction, Brewster’s law, Rotatory polarisation|
|Dual Nature of Radiation and Atomic Physics||Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics, Electromagnetic spectrum, Einstein’s photoelectric equation, Particle nature of light, Laws of photoelectric emission, Atomic structure, Rutherford’s atom model.|
|Nuclear Physics||Nuclear properties, Binding energy, Isotopes, Isobars and Isotones, Nuclear mass defect, Bainbridge mass spectrometer, Radioactive decay law|
|Semiconductor Devices and Their Applications||Semiconductor basics, Difference between metals, Semiconductor doping, Intrinsic and Extrinsic semiconductors, Formation of P-J junction, Junction transistors, Logic gates, De Morgan’s theorem, Theorem of Boolean algebra|
The following table shows the detailed VITEEE Syllabus 2017 for Chemistry:
|Atomic Structure||Bohr’s atomic model, Sommerfeld’s extension of atomic structure, Electronic configuration, Shapes of s,p,d,f orbits, Paulis’s exclusion principle, Hund’s rule, Aufbau principle, Emission spectrum, deBroglie’s theorem, Heinsberg’s principle,|
|P, d, and f – Block Elements||P-block elements, Hydrogen halides, Xenon fluoride compounds, d-block elements, Electronic configuration, Oxidation state, Brief comparison of Lanthanides and Actinides.|
|Coordination Geometry and Solid State Chemistry||Isomerism, Theories on Coordination compound, Werner’s theory, Valence bond theory, Uses of coordination compounds, Ionic crystals, Imperfection in solids, X-Ray diffraction, Amorphous solids.|
|Electrochemistry||Theory of electrical conductance, Faraday’s law, Specific resistance, Kohlrausch’s law, Use of pH values, Construction of cell and EMF values, Corrosion and its prevention.|
|Isomerism and Organic Compounds||Classification of structural and stereo isomerism, Optical activity, D-L notation|
|Alcohols and Ethers||Nomenclature of alcohols, Methods of preparation of dihydric alcohols, Aromatic alcohols, Preparation of Anisole|
|Carbonyl compounds||Nomenclature of Carbonyl compounds, Wolff- Kishner reduction, Aromatic ketones,|
|Carboxylic acids and their derivatives||Formic acids, Monohydroxy mono carboxylic acids, Synthesis of lactic acid, Aromatic acids, Methyle acetate|
|Organic Nitrogen Compounds and Bio molecules||Aliphatic nitro compounds, Aromatic nitro compounds, Synthesis of benzylamine, Carbohydrates, Amino acids, Peptides, Lipids.|
The following table shows the detailed VITEEE Syllabus 2017 for Mathematics:
|Matrices and their Applications||Adjoint, Inverse, Rank of a Matrix, Cramer’s rule, Solution of Linear programming problem|
|Trigonometry and Complex Numbers||Definition, Range, Domain, Principle Value Branch, Complex Number System, Modulus, Roots of Complex Numbers.|
|Analytical Geometry of Two Dimensions||Definition of Conic, Equation of conic section in standard and general forms, Asyptotes, Rectangular hyperbola|
|Vector Algebra||Scalar product, Product of three vectors, scalar triple product|
|Analytical Geometry of Three Dimensions||Direction cosines, Direction ratios, Planes, Skew Lines, Sphere|
|Differential Calculus||Limits, Continuity and Differentiability of functions, Tangent, Normal and angel between curves, Mean value theorem, Errors and Approximations.|
|Integral calculus and its Application||Simple definite integrals, Reduction formulae, Area of bounded regions, Length of curve, Bernoulli’s formula|
|Differential Equations||Differential equations, second order linear differential equation, Variables separable, Order and Degree|
|Probability Distribution||Probability, Baye’s theorem, Theoretical distributions, Binomial, Normal distribution, Probability density function|
|Discrete Mathematics||Functions, Relations, Basic of counting, Mathematical logic, Groups-binary operations, Contradiction, Monoids, Semi groups.|
The following table shows the detailed VITEEE Syllabus 2017 for Biology:
|Taxonomy||Three domains of life, Linnaean, Whittaker, Bentham, Hookers system of classifications.|
|Cell and Molecular Biology||Cell Theory, Eukaryotic cell, Call membrane, Golgi bodies, Cell cycle and division, Replication, Splicing, DNA repair|
|Reproduction||Asexual reproduction, Pollination, Vegetative propagation in plants, Gametogenesis, Implantation, Pregnancy|
|Genetics and evolution||Chromosomes, Linkage and crossing over, Darwinism, Hardy and Weinberg’s principle, Mutation|
|Human Health and Diseases||Pathogens, Filariasis, Typhoid, Pneumonia, Common cold, Vaccines, Antibiotics, Drug and Alcohol abuse|
|Biochemistry||Structure and Function of carbohydrates, Lipids and Proteins, Metabolism, Kreb’s cycle, Pentose Phosphate Pathway|
|Plant Physiology||Movement of Water, Food, Nutrients, Facilitated diffusion, Passive diffusion, Transpiration, Electron Transport Chain|
|Human Physiology||Digestion and absorption, Body fluids and circulations, Excretory systems, Nervous system, Functions and disorders, Locomotion and movement|
|Biotechnology and its Applications||Recombinant DNA technology, Genetic modified organisms, Plant breeding, Tissue culture, Single cell protein, Bio safety issues, Waste management and Energy generation|
|Biodiversity, Ecology and Environment||Ecosystems, Biodiversity, Red data book, Environmental issues, Population attributes.|
Question asked from this section will be of multiple choices. First three questions are based on the Short passage of (30-50) words or lines of poems of (2-3) or dialogue (2 exchanges). Rest of the two questions will be based on English Grammar and Pronunciation. So, candidates are advised to read questions carefully before start attempting it.
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