Marks Scheme for various subjects:


English:
40 Marks (for all combinations)
(In cases of Combinations with language option, Written Test in Languages is not conducted)
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MPC (Biology):
Mathematics-30 Marks
Physics-30 Marks
Chemistry-30 Marks
Biology-30 Marks
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MPC (Language):
Mathematics-30 Marks
Physics-30 Marks
Chemistry-30 Marks
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MPC (Computer Science):
Mathematics – 30 Marks
Physics – 30 Marks
Chemistry – 30 Marks
Computer Science – 30 Marks
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BPC (Language):
Biology – 30 Marks
Physics – 30 Marks
Chemistry – 30 Marks
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MAE (Commerce):
Mathematics – 30 Marks
Economics - 30 Marks
Reasoning and Aptitude – 30 Marks
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MAE (Language):
Mathematics – 30 Marks
Economics – 30 Marks
Reasoning and Aptitude – 30 Marks
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MAE (Informatics):
Mathematics – 30 Marks
Economics – 30 Marks
Reasoning and Aptitude – 30 Marks
Informatics – 30 Marks
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CAE (Language):
General Mathematics – 30 Marks
Economics – 30 Marks
Reasoning and Aptitude – 30 Marks
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Syllabus in various subjects:


ENGLISH:
1. A creative piece of writing in about 150 words:
2. Comprehension of an extract, a poem or a piece of prose.
3. Identifying common errors.
4. Ability to write a report or a letter.
5. Familiarity with the following grammar:
a) Tenses
b) Use of prepositions
c) Active and Passive forms of verbs
d) Spelling
e) Direct – Indirect speech

Out of 40 Marks –
30 Marks – Objective multiple choice
Questions; 10 Marks – Descriptive writing (Essay)

 

MATHEMATICS:
1. Algebra-Real numbers, polynomials, Linear equations in 2. Variables, HCF, LCM of polynomials, Rational Expressions, Quadratic equations, Arithmetic progression.
2. Geometry- Similarity of triangles, Circles & tangents to circles.
3. Trigonometry-Identities, Ratios of complimentary Angles, Heights and Distances.
4. Mensuration- Areas and Volumes.
5. Statistics- Mean Median & Mode, Probability.
6. Co-ordinate Geometry-Distance between two points, Section formula.

 

PHYSICS:
Scalars & Vectors, Equations of Motion, Newton’s laws of Motion, Work, Power & Energy, Gravitation, Coulombs law,
Heat - Expansion of liquids and solids, specific heat, temperature and its measurement, Wave motion – frequency, wave length and velocity, Lens and Mirror equations.
Defects of human eye, Current electricity- Ohms law, resistors in series and parallel, Magnetic effects of currents and electromagnetic induction-Fleming’s Rules’ Nuclear fission and fusion, Solar energy.

 

CHEMISTRY:
1. Atomic Structure: Elementary atomic theories by Dalton, Rutherford, Bohr etc; Laws of chemical combinations; valencies, predicting formula-molecular and empirical; Bonding between atoms-ionic and covalent compounds and their properties.
2. Matter: types of matter like elements, compounds, mixtures, colloids, solutions etc- their properties separation techniques, preparation; States of matter
3. Mole concept; ways of expressing concentration of solutions such as molarity, percentage etc.
4. Physical and chemical changes; types of chemical reactions; writing reactions.
5. Classification of elements- Periodicity, periodic law, periods and groups; gradation in properties along periods and groups.
6. Energy types- types of fuels, kindling temperature, characteristics of fuels calorific value.
7. Carbon and its compounds- preparation, naming and properties of hydrocarbons , naming petroleum products.
8. Metals and non-metals –metallurgy; uses of metals and alloys; distinction between metals and non-metals

 

BIOLOGY:
1. Cell structure and Function: Brief account of structure and function of chromosomes, genes, DNA and cell organelles. Plant and animal tissues- their location structure and function.
2. Life processes i : plant nutrition, respiration and photosynthesis and factors effecting them. A sexual and sexual reproduction in plants. Plant growth regulators.
3.Life processes ii: Respiration in fish, frog, cockroach and humans. Digestion, circulation, osmoregulation, chemical and nervous coordination in humans.
4.Diversity in the Living World: Classification and gross features of plants and animals with examples.
5. Health and Disease: Definition of health, communicable and non communicable diseases: causes, spread symptoms, control and preventive measures.
6. Man and Environment: Pollution of air, water and soil and their conservation. Natural resources and their types, biogeochemical cycles, food chain and food web, green house gases and global warming.

 

GENERAL MATHEMATICS:
1. Algebra:- Linear Equations in 2 variables, Polynomials, Quadratic Equations and Arithmatic Progressions.
2. Mensuration:- Areas and volumes.
3. Statistics:- Mean, Median, Mode and Probability.
4. Arithmatic :- Percentage, Profit and loss, Ratio and proportion, SI and CI.

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATICS:
1. Computer Fundamentals, History of computers
2. Binary, Octal and Hexadecimal number system
3. MS word, Excel
4. Mental-ability, mathematical reasoning and aptitude test

 

REASONING AND APTITUDE:
Series completion, Venn diagrams, Blood relation test, Arithmatic Reasoning, Direction sense test, Dice, Artificial Language, Character puzzles, classification, Data Sufficiency.
EXAMPLES:
1. One morning Udai and Vishal were talking to each other face to face at a crossing. If Vishal’s shadow was exactly to the left of Udai, which direction was Udai facing?
a) east b)north c)west d)south
2.BMQ, EOQ, HQS?
a)KSU b)LMN c)SOV d)SOW

 

ECONOMICS:
1. Factors of production: land, labour, capital and organization; Human capital; Importance of Education and Health; Unemployment and its types; Poverty; Food security: Fair Price Shops.
2.National income and PCI; Sectors in the
Economy: Primary, Secondary and Tertiary-Organized and unorganized- Public and Private; credit; formal and informal sources; Modern forms of money; Globalization: MNCs and their role; Consumer Rights: COPRA, Consumer Forums, Consumer Courts.
3. The making of a global world: Pre-modern world- silk routes; Colonialism; Indentured labour migration; Global trade in the 20th Century. Industrialisation; Proto-industrialisation; coming up of factories; Industrialisation in India.

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