IPU CET 2017 Syllabus

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About IPU CET 2017

Name of the Organization: Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University.

Name of the Exam:  IPU CET 2017

Application Mode: Online

Official site: www.ipu.ac.in

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IPU CET Syllabus 2017

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) Common Entrance Tests

CET CET Code Subjects of Entrance Test
LEBTECH (DIPLOMA) 128 (I)                 Applied Mechanics-(25)

(II)                Applied Mathematics-(25%)

(III)              Computer Awareness and Physics / Chemistry Related Knowledge-(25%)

(IV)             Analytical and Logical Reasoning-(25%)

LEBTECH (BSC) 129 (i)                  B.Sc Level Mathematics- (40%)

(ii)                English (10+2 level)-(20%)

(iii)               Analytical & Logical Reasoning (20%)

(iv)              Scientific Aptitude – (20%)

BTECHBT 130 (i)                  Physics (upto 12th Level)-(20%)

(ii)                Chemistry (upto 12th Level)-(20%)

(iii)               Mathematics(upto 12th Level)-(20%)

(iv)              ) Biology (Botany and Zoology) (upto 12th Level)– (40%) or Biotechnology (upto 12th Level)-(40%)

BTECH 131 (i)                  Physics-(33.33%)

(ii)                Chemistry-(33.33%)

(iii)               Mathematics – (33.33%)


Master of Technology (M.Tech.) Common Entrance Tests

CET CET Code Subjects of Entrance Test
MTECH (CS) 139 As per the Syllabus of GATE -Computer Science and Information Technology
MTECH (EC) 140 As per the Syllabus of GATE -Electronics & Communication Engineering
MTECH (TE) 147 As per the Syllabus of GATE -Production & Industrial Engineering
MTECH (CE) 152 As per Syllabus of GATE of Chemical Engineering


Syllabus for CET for M.Tech. (Nano Science and Technology) CET Code-149

Answer any three section, Physics & Chemistry sections are compulsory

  1. Physics – 33.33%
  2. Chemistry – 33.33%
  3. Mathematics – 33.33% Or Biology – 33.33%.

Syllabus for CET for M.Tech. (Engineering Physics) CET Code-150

  1. Physics – 60%
  2. Mathematics – 40%

Syllabus for CET for M.Tech. (Robotics & Automation) CET Code-156


CET for Post – Graduate Programmes of Studies

CET CET Code Subjects of Entrance Test
MAMC 106 (i)                  Communication Skills- English (30%)

(ii)                Current Affairs- (20%

(iii)               General Knowledge- (20%)

(iv)              Mass Media (Print/ TV/ Radio/ Film/ New Media)- (30%)

MPT 107 (i)                  Anatomy

(ii)                Biomechanics

(iii)               Exercise

(iv)              Electrotherapy

(v)                Physiotherapy- Rehabilitation in Clinical Sciences

(vi)              Musculoskeletal

(vii)             Neurology

MOT 108 (i)                  Anatomy

(ii)                Biomechanics

(iii)               Exercise

(iv)              Occupational Therapy in Mental Health

(v)                Occupational Therapy in Rehabiliation of Neurological Conditions.

(vi)              Occupational Therapy in Physical Dysfunction

MPO 109 (i)                  Anatom

(ii)                Biomechanics

(iii)               Electrotherapy

(iv)              Applied Mechanics and strength of materials

(v)                Prosthetics

(vi)              Orthotics

MPH(FE) 110 (i)                  General Aptitude

(ii)                Allied Health Sciences (Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Microbiology and Entomology)

(iii)               Public Health

MSCEM 111 (i)                  Chemistry- (25%)

(ii)                Environment Science- (25%)

(iii)               Either Botany and Zoology- (50%) Or Physics and Mathematics- (50%)

LLM 112 (i)                  General Knowledge (including English Language)- (20%)

(ii)                Jurisprudence, Constitutional Law, Law of Torts, Criminal Law, Commercial Law & Family Law- (30%)

(iii)               Public International Law, Human Rights Law and Environment Law- (30%)

(iv)              Current Trends in Law- (20%)

MAENG 113 PART ONE (100 MCQ – 400 marks)

(i)                  English Language & Comprehension (30%)

(ii)                General Awareness & Culture (10%)

(iii)               Literature (60%)

PART TWO (Essay Type Questions – 200 Marks)

MACRIM 118 (i)                  General Knowledge

(ii)                General Proficiency in English (Class 12th Standard)

(iii)               Elementary knowledge of Social Science.

(iv)              Understanding different faces of human behaviour.

MSCF 119 Section- l (50 questions)

(i)                  Critical thinking

(ii)                Awareness of Laboratory safety

(iii)               Observation and attention to details

(iv)              Basic Computer Knowledge Section- II (100 questions)

MED 120 (i)                  Teaching Aptitude (40%)

(ii)                General Awareness and Logical Reasoning (30%)

(iii)               English / Communication skills (30%)

MSCBC 123 (i)                  Life Sciences (Taxonomy, morphology, anatomy, physiology, genetics, evolution, ecology, bio-geography and economic uses of all the five kingdoms and virus) (50%)

(ii)                 Anthropology- Human culture and Society (10%)

(iii)                Biotechnology (20%)

(iv)               General Knowledge related to Environment issues (20%)

MAHERIT 141 (i)                  Indian History, Culture & Archaeology

(ii)                 Museums of India

(iii)               Heritage Tourism

(iv)              Basic Science (12th Standard)

(v)                 General Knowledge

(vi)              Current Affairs

(vii)             General Reasoning

(viii)           Geography & Natural Heritage

(ix)              Management of Heritage

(x)                 Heritage Conservation

MSCNRM 145 (i)                  Environment Science – (30 %)

(ii)                Biology- (40%)

(iii)               General Knowledge – Social Science, Economics & Policy- (30%)

MPHILCP 157 M.A./M.Sc. Level in Psychology
MCADD 142 (i)                  Maths (25%)

(ii)                Physics (25%)

(iii)               English (25%)

(iv)              Logical Reasoning & Mental Ability (25%)

MPHILE 161 (i)                  Candidates shall be judged for their knowledge of english literature, language and theory at Master’s level.

(ii)                CET shall be subjective in nature. Question paper would consist of (a) Critical Assessment of a given text. (b) Essay

MAECO 162 (i)                  Statistical & Mathematical Methods and Introductory Econometrics (30%)

(ii)                Economic Theory (Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, International Economics, Development Economics and Monetary Economics (70%)

MCALE 163 (i)                  C & Data Structures (25%)

(ii)                Computer Organisation (25%)

(iii)               Discrete Mathematics (25%)

(iv)              Operating Systems (25%)

MSCN 198 B.Sc. (Nursing) level questions
MPHILPSW 199 Sociology for Social Workers ; Dynamics of Personality and Human Behaviour Ecology,; Environment and Social Work ; Social Policy and Social Welfare Administration ; Dynamics of Development ;Contemporary Social Problems ; Criminology and Corrections ; Community Health and Social Work; Population Dynamics and Gender Issues; Clinical Social Work; Social welfare in India Women’s Welfare and Development;Child Welfare and Development; Management of development and welfare organizations; Social work for senior citizens and differently abled; Human resource management; Community development; Understanding Society; Introduction to Economics; Development Experience, Social Conflict and Change; Human Development, Identity, Culture and Media; Governance and Public Administration, Social Policy, Law and Social Work; History and Ideologies of Social Work; Participatory Communication; Quantitative Research; Quantitative Research; Community Organisation and Development Practice; Family Social Work Community Health; Disasters, Impoverishment and Social Vulnerability; Social Work Research and Statistics; General Psychology; Understanding of Indian Society; Social work with Groups; Social Policy in India; Community Organization; Counseling and communication; Social Development ; Computer Applications in Social Sciences; Management of Social Service Sector; Medical And Psychiatric Information and its relevance to Social work Practice; Rural community development; Tribal community development; Life skills and soft skills; Policies and programsurban and rural ; Individual and society; Human Rights, Social Justice and Social Work; Disaster Management; Management of Non-Profit Organisations; Developmental/Therapeutic Counselling; Rehabilitative and Correctional Social Work; Persons with Disabilities and Equalisation of Opportunities; Persons with Disabilities and Equalisation of Opportunities; Dalits and Tribals: Social Justice, Equity and Governance Criminology and Justice; Rural Development, Environment and Sustainable Livelihoods; Urban Development: Unorganised Sector and Livelihood; Social Work in the Field of Mental Health; Social Policy and Planning; Juvenile Justice and Youth in Conflict; Social Work Research and Statistics
PGAC 196 As per BAMS syllabus (All Professionals / years)


CET for Programmes of Studies at Graduation Level

CET CET Code Subjects of Entrance Test
BCA 114 (i)                  English Language & Comprehension (15%)

(ii)                Mathematics – (30%)

(iii)               Computer Awareness- (30%)

(iv)              General Knowledge- IT and Science Related – (25%)

BSCN [only for Unmarried Female Candidates] 115 (i)                  Physics – (20%)

(ii)                Chemistry- (20%)

(iii)               Biology- (40%)

(iv)              English Language and Comprehension – (10%)

(v)                General Awareness about Health related Matters- (10%)

LLB 121 (i)                  English Language and Comprehension- 25%

(ii)                General Knowledge- 25%

(iii)               Reasoning- 25%

(iv)              Legal Aptitude- 25%

1. General Legal Awareness

2. Understanding and Application of Legal Principles

BED 122 (i)                  English Comprehension- 15%

(ii)                Mental Ability and Reasoning – 40%

(iii)               General Awareness – 25% (iv) Aptitude for Teaching – 20% This CET shall be conducted in English / Hindi Language.

PARA 124 i)                    Physics- (25%)

ii)                   Chemistry – (25%)

iii)                 Biology- (50%)

BBA 125 (i)                  English Language & Comprehension – (25%)

(ii)                General Awareness- (25%)

(iii)               Logical and Analytical Ability- (25%)

(iv)              Aptitude relating to the field of Management and Communication Skills- (25%)

BJMC 126 (i)                  English Language & Comprehension – (25%)

(ii)                General Awareness- (25%)

(iii)               Reasoning- (25%)

(iv)              Media Aptitude- (25%)


BHMCT 127 (i)                  English Language & Comprehension – (25%)

(ii)                General Awareness- (20%)

(iii)               Logical and Analytical Ability including Computer awareness- (30%) (iv) Knowledge of Accounts / Commerce & Science – (20%)

BCOM 146 (i)                  General English – (25%)

(ii)                Logical Reasoning- (25%)

(iii)               Data Interpretation – (35%)

(iv)              General Awareness- (15%)

BSC(MTRT) 158 (i)                  Physics – (40%)

(ii)                Biology – (20%)

(iii)               Chemistry – (15%)

(iv)              English Language & Comprehension – (10%) (v) General awareness about health related methods – (10%)

BVOC 200 1) English Language & Comprehension -(30%)

2) Numerical Reasoning – (30%)

3) Logical Reasoning – (20%) 4) General Awa

BEDSPL 159 (i)                  English Comprehension- 15%

(ii)                Mental Ability and Reasoning – 40%

(iii)               General Awareness – 25% (iv) Aptitude for Teaching – 20% This CET shall be conducted in English / Hindi Language.


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