Dec 27, 2016

TBJEE Syllabus 2017 Tripura JEE Updated Exam Pattern, Previous Papers

TBJEE Syllabus

Get TBJEE Syllabus 2017 from here, now we are providing complete syllabus with pdf form to download from here. The Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination conducts the Joint Entrance Examination for admission of students in Engineering, Medical, Technological and other professional degree courses against seats reserved for the state of Tripura and also the seats of different State Institutions.

Those candidates who are going to appear for TBJEE exam and looking for syllabus, exam pattern then you are at right place; from here you can easily get Tripura JEE Syllabus in PDF format. The Exam syllabus is important for the competitor to score good marks in the written test.

Candidate those want to perform better in their exam can download syllabus/exam pattern/previous year question paper in PDF format from official website or from the link which is given below on this page.

Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination Syllabus 2017 details
·         Exam Name : Tripura Joint Entrance Exam
·         Exam Type : UG
·         Commonly called as : TBJEE or Tripura JEE
·         Exam Category: State Level Entrance Exam
·         Official Website: tbjee.nic.in
·         Mode of Apply: Online or Offline
·         Announcement type: Syllabus

Syllabus for TBJEE Entrance Exam

For Physics
·         Unit of Measurement.
·         Vectors.
·         Kinematics.
·         Centre of Mass.
·         Newton’s Laws of Motion.
·         Work, energy & power.
·         Thermodynamics.
·         Simple Harmonic Motion.
·         Thermal expansion of solids.
·         Reflection.
·         Refraction.
·         Properties of magnetic material.
·         Drift velocity and mobility.
·         Kirchhoff’s law and simple applications.
·         Coulomb’s law in electrostatics.
·         Magnetic effect of current.
·         Faraday’s laws of electromagnetic induction.
·         Radioactivity.
·         Logic Gates.
·         Constituents of atomic nucleus etc.

For Chemistry
·         Atomic structure.
·         Radioactivity and Nuclear Chemistry.
·         The Periodic Table and Chemical families.
·         Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure.
·         Chemical Energetics and Chemical Dynamics.
·         Gaseous State.
·         Chemical Equilibria, Ionic Equilibria and Redox Equilibria.
·         Atoms, Molecules and Chemical Arithmetic.
·         Chemistry of Solutions.
·         Chemistry of Non-Metallic Elements and their compounds.
·         Chemistry in Industry.
·         Chemistry of Metallic elements and their compounds.
·         Chemistry of Organic Compound.
·         Hydrocarbons.
·         Aromatic hydrocarbon.
·         Organic Compounds Containing Halogens.
·         Organic compounds containing Oxygen.
·         Organic compounds containing nitrogen.
·         Introduction of Biomolecules.
·         Environmental Chemistry.
·         Application Oriented Chemistry.
·         Principles of qualitative analysis etc.

For Mathematics
·         Principle of Mathematical Induction (PMI).
·         Arithmetic, geometric and harmonic progressions.
·         Theory of quadratic equations.
·         Complex numbers.
·         Permutation and combination.
·         Binomial Theorem.
·         Infinite series.
·         Matrices and determinants.
·         Probability Theory.
·         Properties of Triangles.
·         Co-ordinate Geometry.
·         Circles & Conics.
·         Differential calculus.
·         Integral calculus.
·         Definite integral.
·         Differential Equation.
·         Increasing and decreasing functions.
·         Tangents and normals.
·         Maxima and minima.
·         Determination of area.
·         Relations & Mapping.
·         Vectors etc.

For Biology
·         Cell function.
·         Enzymes.
·         Taxonomy & classification.
·         Concepts of Biodiversity.
·         Population Biology.
·         Viruses and Bacteria.
·         Plant breeding.
·         Immunology.
·         Ecosystem.
·         Conservation.
·         Environmental pollution.
·         Economically important plants.
·         Economic Zoology.
·         Medical Zoology.
·         Pest and their management.
·         Plant hormones.
·         Endocrine system.
·         Growth, Metamorphosis and Ageing.
·         Reproduction and Developmental Biology.
·         Chromosome and DNA.
·         Mendelism.
·         Mutation.
·         Digestion.
·         Nervous system.
·         Muscle Tissue.
·         Circulation.
·         Excretion.
·         Scope, importance and applications of Biology etc.

Exam Pattern:

·         Four different subjects, namely Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology will have four different Question Papers/Test Booklets.

·         Total Marks for each question paper of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology will be 100 marks.

·         Exam duration for each paper will be 2 hours.

·         Question paper for each subject will be of Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) type.

·         There will be 50 (fifty) compulsory MCQs, taking 5 (five) questions from each Module for each subject of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology.

·         The syllabus for each subject is divided into 10 Modules. A Module carries 10 marks.
·         Each question will carry 2 (two) marks. Total marks for a question paper will be z 100 (50 x 2) for each subject.

·         No negative marking.

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