Re: LEET Exam for Direct Entry to B.Tech
Lateral Entry Scheme is conducted to admit meritorious Diploma holders to the Second Year/Third Semester B.Tech course to acquire a Degree in Engineering. The eligibility for this test is as following:
Eligibility
Applicant having diploma with at least 50% marks is eligible to take admission in engineering. You will get admission directly into the second year of b.tech. Syllabus:
There will be two papers as per details given below:
Paper I General
Paper II Professional
Duration of test: 180 minutes (150 Questions)
The question paper will contain multiple choice objective type questions of one mark
each.
PaperI shall contain 60 questions in all with 15 questions in each of Physics, Chemistry,
Mathematics and English. PaperII shall contain 90 questions in the relevant engineering
discipline each carrying one mark. 1/4th marks shall be deducted for wrong answer.
PAPERI GENERAL
MATHEMATICS
Algebra: Quadratic equation, equations reducible to quadratic form, relation
between roots and coefficients. Arithmetic progression, Geometric progression,
series of natural numbers, partial fractions, Binomial Theorem and its
applications.
Trigonometry: Trigonometric ratios and their relations, Ratios of some standard
angles, solution of trigonometric equations, sum and difference formulae,
product formulas. Multiple and submultiple angles, solution of triangles.
Coordinate Geometry: Cartesian Coordinates, Equations of straight lines in
various forms, Intersection of two straight lines, angles between two lines,
Distance formulae, Equation of a circle in various forms, Tangent and normal to
a circle.
Differential Calculus: Concept of a function, limit, standard limits, Continuity,
Differentiation, their geometrical and physical meanings, Differentiation from first
principles, Differentiation of sum, product, quotient of functions, function of a
function, Differentiation of implicit functions , trigonometric functions and
logarithmic differentiation.
Integral Calculus: Definite and Indefinite integrals, method of integration by
substitution, by parts and partial fractions, Integration of rational and irrational
functions.
PHYSICS
Heat: Heat as a form of energy, Mechanical equivalent of heat (Joule's
experiment), Specific heat of a gas, Measurement of temperature, Platinum
resistance and thermoelectric thermometers, Temperature scales, kinetic
interpretation of temperature. Thermal expansion. Modes of heat transfer,
Searle's method and Lee's method for thermal conductivity, Black body
radiations, Stefan's law. Wien's law.
Acoustics: Wave motion, velocity of sound, Newton's formula and Laplace's
correction, Beats, Doppler effect, Intensity of sound waves, Reverberation,
Acoustics of buildings, Production and detection of ultrasonic waves.
Optics: Refraction through a compound plate, total internal reflection, Optical
fiber, image formation by spherical mirrors/lenses, Lens makers formula,
Chromatic aberration and its removal, Optical instruments simple and
compound microscopes, Astronomical telescope, Magnifying power & resolving
power, Huygerns principle & its applications, Young's double slit experiment,
Diffraction through a single slit, Polarisation of light,
Electricity and Magnetism: Electric field and electric potential, Electric dipole
and its field, Gauss's law and applications, Energy stored in a capacitor,
Dielectrics, Current Electricity, Kirchoffs laws and applications, Slide wire bridge,
Potentiometer, Ammeter, Voltmeter, Thermal and chemical effects of current.
Electromagnetism: Magnetic effects of current, BiotSavart law and
applications, Lorentz force, Moving coil galvanometers, Laws of
electromagnetic induction, Mutual and self inductance, AC generator,
Alternating currents, LR, CR, LCR, circuits.
Modern Physics: Determination of e/m and e of electron, Bohr's model and
hydrogen spectra, Spectral series, Photoelectric effect, Matter waves.
CHEMISTRY
Structure and bonding: Fundamental particles, Heisenberg's uncertainty
principle, Quantum numbers, Pauli's exculsion principle, Aufbau rule, Hund's rule,
ionic and Covalent bond, orbital concept of covalency, Hybridizsation (sp, sp2
and sp3).
Chemical Equilibria, Electrochemistry and Redox Chemistry: Balancing
Chemical equations, Oxidation and Reduction reactions, electronic Concept,
balancing redox reactions by oxidation number method. Faraday's laws of
Electrolysis and its application in Electroplating, Electrometallurgy and
Electrorefining, Degree of ionisation, Equilibria in aqueous solutions, solubility
product and common ion effect, Modern concepts of acid & base, their
strength and ionization constant, pH value, acid base titrations, choice of
indicators and Buffer solutions.
Colloids and Water: Particle size and colloidal state, Preparation of colloids by
dispersion and condensation, Stability and properties of colloids, Tyndell effect,
Brownian movement, coagulation. Hard and soft water, degree of hardness
and its determination, Disadvantage of hard water in industrial use and boilers.
Organic Chemistry: Nomenclature of organic compounds, IUPAC system.
Saturated and unsaturated Hydrocarbons, Ethane, Ethylene and Acetylene.
Substitution and addition reactions (preliminary ideas). Isomerisation (Chain
position, functional, cistrans and optical), Aldehydes and Ketones, preparation,
properties and qualitative tests. Polymerisation, addition and condensation
polymerisation, degree of polymerisation, Linear and cross linked polymers.
ENGLISH
Idioms and phrases and their usage, Correction of sentences, sentence structure
, sequence of tenses, Parts of speech, Words often confused in the form of pair
of words, Common synonyms and antonyms, Active and Passive voice, Direct
and indirect speech , Punctuation.
PAPER–II PROFESSIONAL
A. For candidates seeking admission to the discipline of MECHANICAL ENGINEERING/
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING*(BE [IE]MBA)
Manufacturing Process: Dry sand and green sand casting: Casting defects: Die
casting, Continuos casting and Centrifugal casting, Welding Process: Gas
welding, Arc welding, Resistance welding; Thermit welding: Soldering and
Brazing: Welding defects and precautions, Elements of metal cutting; Cutting
tools tool geometry, Cutting fluids; Lathe and Milling operations: Grinding
process, grinding wheel: Introduction to Broaching and gear generation
processes; Electric discharge machinery. Water Jet machining and ultrasonic
machining. Forming processes: Hot and Cold working: Rolling: Punching,
blanking, shearing, spinning.
Thermal Engineering: Basic concept of Thermodynamics : Energy,
Thermodynamics systems, types (open and closed) Heat and work, specific
heat, Enthalpy, laws of thermodynamics : Zeroth, First and Second laws
Reversible and irreversible process, Entropy.
Description of various types of Boilers, boiler mountings and accessories. Basic
concepts of thermal conduction, convection and radiation. Basic equations of
different cases of Conduction. Convection (natural and forced) and radiation.
Concept of Black, white and opaque bodies, Stefan Boltzmans laws.
Mechanics of Solids: Concepts of bending moment and shear force. Bending
moment and shear force diagrams for cantilevers, simply supported beams,
overhanging beams subjected to concentrated and U.D. Ls. Concepts of
torsion. Derivation of torsion equation for circular shafts. Close coiled helical
spring subjected to axial load and twisting moment, stiffness of a spring. Its angle
of twist, strain energy and proof resilience.
Metrology: Necessity and importance of Metrology in Engineering field,
standards of measurements, line and wave length : Limits, fits and tolerances.
Concept of interchangeability. Angle and Taper Measurements : Slip gages and
dial indicator in taper measurement. Screw Thread Measurements :
Measurements of Mojor diameter. Minor diameter, effective diameter, pitch.
Angle and Form of threads for external and internal threads. Comparator : Types
of Comparators (Mechanical, optical, electrical, electronic and pneumatic).
Limit gauges : Go and Nogo gauges. Alignment tests on lathe. drilling machine.
Milling machine and grinding machine.
Materials and Metallurgy: Introduction to Engineering materials, ferrous and nonferrous
materials : Pig iron grey and white cast iron, alloying elements in steel
and their effect. High speed steel, heat resistant steel and spring steel.
Aluminium and its alloys. Bearing metals. Plastic materials, refractory materials,
tempering, hardening and surface hardening processes, selection of materials
for different components.
Industrial Engineering and Management: Work study, uses of work study :
Objectives and basic procedure of Method study and work measurements.
Types of inspection, inspection at various stages. Quality control : its
advantages : Statistical quality control. Control charts and sampling plans. Types
of production : Materials requirements planning, Plant location and layout, types
of layouts and their comparison. Importance and advantages of
standardization. Cost reduction through standardization. Management of men,
materials and machines. Types of industrial organisations : Wages and
incentives, trade unions : Role of technician in industry.
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning: Basic concepts and principles of refrigeration
: Refrigeration methods. Air refrigeration cycle, vapour compression cycle,
simple vapour absorption cycle, their applications and limitations. Refrigerants :
Important properties of refrigerants, properties and applications of commonly
used refrigerants such as R11, R12, R22, NH3 etc. Air conditioning, its concepts.
Human comfort, application of air conditioning, Description of room air
conditioning, packages air conditioner, central air conditioning system.
Theory of Machines: Simple mechanisms : Flywheels, Coefficient of friction,
Motion of a body along horizontal and inclined planes. Friction in screw jack,
friction between nut and screw square and Vthreads. Concept of power
transmission, various power transmission systems with their merits and demerits.
Flat and Vbelts drives, ratio of tensions. Horse power transmitted, centrifugal
tension, condition for maximum power transmission, function of governors.
Definitions of sensitivity, stability, synchornism and hunting of governors,
description and simple problems on watt, porter and Hartnell governor.
(B) For candidates seeking admission to the discipline of ELECTRONICS &
COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING, ELECTRONICS (INSTRUMENTATION &
CONTROL) ENGINEERING
Basic Circuit Elements: Circuit laws and their applications in solving problems.
Characteristics and applications of different types of diodes, Concepts of
bipolar transistors and common base common emitter, common collector
configuration and parameters.
Amplifiers: Different types of amplifiers, working principles and experssion of
voltage gain, current gain, input impedance, output impedance, etc.
Network Analysis: Working principles of Multivibrators, time base, operational
amplifier, timer and regulated power supply. Network theorems, all types of
network, one port, two port, symmetrical, unsymmetrical balanced, T. Ladder,
lattice, bridge, their characteristic impedance. Attenuators, filters. concept of
different types of filters, Impedance matching of filters. Transmission lines,
concept and applications, characteristics impedance, different methods of
loading, concepts of reflection and standing waves. Automatic Telephony.
Communication Theory and Systems: Communication systems types, types of
modulation, amplitude modulation, frequency modulation, AM modulators.
Demodulation of AM waves, FM waves, transmitters and radio receivers.
Antenna and wave propagation. Types and areas of applications. Conducting
materials, low and high resistivity materials, super conductivity. Development of
modern insulating materials. Magnetic materials, permeability, Hysteresis loop,
soft and hard magnetic materials. Components, Capacitor, polyster, Metallised,
polyster gap ceramic, paper and electrolytic types. Resistors of different types.
Transformers, Inductors and RF Coils, Printed circuit boards.
Measuring Instruments: Multimeters, types, application, different types of mV
meters and mA metersextension of range. CRO, operation, working
applications, Audio power meter, impedance bridges. Q.meter, Regulated
power supply, block diagram, significance, Digital instruments, block diagram,
comparison with analog instruments.
Microprocessors and its applications: Microprocessor, structure of 8085.
Instruction set and addressing mode. Simple programming in assembly
language. Input/output operations, concept of interrupts structure and
programming of 8155/8156. Microprocessor applications.
Transducers: Electroaccoustic transducer, microphones, loudspeakers, sound
recording in different types, hifi and PA system. VCR and Video recording. T.V.
equipment and Video display unit.
Power Electronics: Thyristor, principle, characteristics and applications in industry.
TV Engineering: Introduction to Monochrome TV receiver circuits and basics of
colour TV systems.
(C) For candidates seeking admission to the discipline of COMPUTER
ENGINEERING
Analog & Digital Electronics
PN junction diode, VI characteristics, Diode as half wave, full wave and bridge
rectifier, Zener diodes, CB, CE, CC configuration of the transistor, Binary and
hexadecimal number system, Binary addition, subtraction, multiplication and
division, Logic Gates, DE Morgan’s Theorems, KMap, TTL and MOS families, BCD,
excess3 and Gray code, Arithmetic circuits, Decoders, Multiplexers and De
Multiplexers, flip flops, Counters, Types of RAM/ROM, A/D and D/A conversion.
Programming Language C
Constants, variables and data types, Operators and Expressions, Control
Structures, Functions, Arrays, Pointers, Strings, Structure and Unions, File Handling.
System Analysis and Design
Systems Development Life Cycle, Feasibility Study, cost and benefit analysis,
Requirement Specifications and Analysis.
Introduction to Databases
Architecture and structure of Database Management System, data
independence, ER Diagrams, Introduction to network, hierarchical and
relational model, Domain, Attributes, Tuples and Relations, Entity and referential
integrity, keys, Normalization, First, Second and Third normal forms, Boyce/Codd
normal form, Structured Query Language: DDL and DML statements.
Data Structure
Basics, Arrays, Operations on arrays with Algorithms (searching, traversing,
inserting, deleting), Traversing a linked list, Searching linked list, Insertion and
deletion into linked list, Application of linked lists, Doubly linked lists, Stacks,
Queues, Binary Trees, Search algorithm (Linear and Binary), Sorting algorithms
(Bubble Sort, Insertion Sort, Quick Sort, Selection Sort, Merge Sort, Heap Sort) and
their comparisons.
Computer Architecture
Instruction Code, Instruction Cycle, Instruction types, Design of basic computer,
Register Organization, Addressing modes, Introduction to RISC, CISC
architecture, Control Unit  Hard wired and Micro programmed, Pipeline
processing, Memory Hierarchy, associative memory, cache memory, virtual
memory, I/O organization.
Data Communication and Computer Networks
LAN, MAN and WAN, OSI Model, Topologies, Basic access protocols: CSMA/CD,
Token Passing, Ethernet, Error Detection, Network connectivity Devices, NICs,
Hubs, Repeaters, Multiplexers, Modems, Routers and Protocols, Firewall, ATM,
Different classes of IP addressing, Protocol Suites.
Object Oriented Programming Using C++
Procedure oriented programming Vs. Object oriented programming (OOP), Classes, Objects,
reusability, encapsulation, dynamic binding, message passing, Constructor and Destructor,
Member Functions, Overloading Member Functions, Inheritance, Protected, private and public
data, types of inheritance, single inheritance, hierarchical inheritance, multiple inheritance,
Polymorphism and Virtual Functions.
Operating System(OS)
System Software: Compiler, Assembler, Loader, Definition, types and importance of Operating
Systems, Memory organization, Process Management Functions, Job Scheduler, Process
Scheduler, Process synchronization, Memory Management Function, Segmentation, Swapping,
Simple Paging System, Virtual Memory, I/O Management Functions, Dedicated Devices.
(D) For candidates seeking admission to the discipline of ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING
Introduction: Comparison of copper and aluminum as electrical conducting
material. Development of modern insulating materials. Development of dynamo
grade and transformer grade silicon sheet steel materials. Circuit laws and their
applications in solving problems. Concept of permeability, reluctance, mmf,
coreless. concept of phase difference, phase representation of alternating
quantities.
Poly Phase System: Production of rotating magnetic field in electrical machines.
Characteristics of D.C. machines. Shunt series and compound types, speed
control of D.C. motors. Transformersingle phase, three phase, phasor diagrams,
equivalent circuits, testing, regulation, losses, efficiency, parallel operation,
maintenance.
Three Phase Induction Motor: Slip, torque & their various relations. Torqueslip
characteristics, equivalent circuit, starting, testing, speed control, maintenance.
Single Phase Induction Motor: Torque/Speed characteristics, methods of
producing starting torque, capacitor, shaded pole and reluctance motors.
AC Series Motor, Universal Motor: Synchronous machines : Speed/frequency
relation, EMF equation, winding coefficients, synchronous impedance concept,
phasor diagram, Regulation. Parallel operation, V curves, starting.
Measuring Instruments: Indicating, integrating and recording instruments :
deflecting, controlling and damping torques ; moving coil and moving iron
instruments, sources of errors extension range Wattmeters, Dynamometer type,
maximum demand indicators, Energymeterssingle phase and three phase,
Megger, Earth tester, Multimeter, power factor meter.
Electronic Instruments: VTVM, CRO, Electronic multimeter, Analog multimeter,
digital meters. Measurement of inductance and capacitance and
capacitance, power measurements in 3 ph. Circuits.
Transmission System: Selection of voltage, comparison of A.C. and D.C. systems,
comparison of 3 ph. & 1ph. Systems. Electrical features of transmission line :
Calculation of resistance, inductance and capacitance in a.c. transmission
lines. Problems on efficiency and regulation, corona. Distribution system : Layout
of H.T. and L.T. distribution system. Comparison of overhead and underground
distribution system. Estimation, Generation. Conventional and Nonconventional
sources of energy. Different types of power stations. Comparison, Load
estimation – concept, types of power stations, comparison, Load estimation,
concept of regional and national grid. Switch gear system : Circuit breakers,
Types, ratings, Comparison, Protection : Fuses, relays, types & characteristics,
comparison. Protection schemes of generators, transformers, bus bars, feeders.
(E) For candidates seeking admission to the discipline of CIVIL ENGINEERING
Structural Engineering: Simple stresses and strains, Elasticity, Hooke’s Law, Moduli
of Elasticity and Rigidity. Stresses and strains of homogeneous materials and
composite secstions. Types of beams and supports and loads, concept of
bending moment and shear force. Bending moment and shear force diagrams
for simple cases. Diflection in beams. Moment area theorem, Bending and shear
stresses in circular, rectangular, T and L sections, Comparsion of strength of the
above sections, Design of singly and doubly Reinforced beams, Design of
columnsTypes of Columns. Short and long column, load carrying capacity,
effective length of column, lateral and helical ties. I.S. Specifications for
reinforcement detailing. Design of slabs types of slabs, oneway slab, two way
slab, I.S. specifications for Reinforcement detailing method of design as per I.S.
code. Design of foundationsisolated footing rectangular footing, square
footings, circular footings. Design of tension members in structural steel, gross
area, net area, tension splice, design of tension member . Design of
compression members, column splice, load carrying capacitites. Design of
beams in structural steel.
Surveying: Linear measurements with tape, corrections, chain surveying, offsets,
perpendicular offset, oblique offset, measurement of offsets, limiting length of
offset, Field book, Instructions for booking field notes, Instruments for setting out
right angles, Campass susrveying , Prismatic compass. Surveyor’s compass,
comparison between prismatic and surveyor’s compass, meridians & bearings,
calculation of included angles from bearings, calculation of bearing from
including angles, local attraction, magnetic declination levelling, types of levels.
Principles of levelling, Classification of levelling. Rise & Fall method, Height of
Instrument method, various corrections in levelling . Theodolite surveying,
measurement of angle by theodolisty.
Transportation Engineering: Introduction of Transportation Engineering, Traffic
Engineering, Road materials, Geomatric design, Design of flexible and rigid
pavements, Road maintenance, Railway Engg. Rails, Sleepers, ballast, points
and crossing, Track laying and track maintenance, typical sections of tunnel,
method of construction of tunnels in soft rock.
Soil and Construction Engineering: Foundationstypes, construction details,
walls, load bearing and nonload bearing walls, brick masonry, bonds in
masonry, stone masonry, type of a stone masonry, partiton walls, doors. Floorstypes
of floors, construction procedure, maintenance of buildings, properties of
bricks and stones, cement, aggregates, workability of concrete, Batching,
mixing, compaction, placing, curring of concrete. Properties of hardned
concrete. Introduction to soil mechanics, Soiol classification. Index properties of
soil, Shear strength concept.
Fluid Mechanics, Irrigation and Water Supply Engineering: Specific weight,
density, specific gravity, viscosity, vapour pressure, cohesion, adhesion, surface
tension, capilarity and compressibility. Pressure, intensity of pressure, pressure
head, pascal’s Law and its appplications. Total pressure, resultant pressure and
centre of pressure on rectangular, triangular, trapezoidal, circular and curved
surfaces. Atmospheric, gauge and absolute pressure, simple differential
manometers. Steady and unsteady flow, laminar and turbulent flow, uniform
and nonuniform flow. Discharge and continity equation, Bernoulli’s theorem,
statement and description, venturimeter, orifices, time of emptying tanks of
uniform cross section by a single orifice. Laminar and turbulent flow explained
through. Reynolds experiments. Reynolds number and critical velcity and velcity
distribution, losses in pipes, hyraulic gradient line, total energy line flow from one
reservoir to another thorugh a long pipe of uniform and composit section. Water
hammer, uniform and nonuniform flow, discharge through channels using
chezy’s formula and Manning’s formula . Most economical sections,
rectangular, trapezoidal and circular. Measurement of discharge by notches
and weirs, measurement of velocity by pitot tube and current meter.
Introduction to irrigation Engg. Flow irrigation, head works and river training
works, water logging, water supply, sources of water,Water treatment. Types of
pipes, lying of pipeps. Quality of sewage, laying of sewers, Building drainage
and rural sanitation.
(F) For candidates seeking admission to the discipline of CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING and BIOTECHNOLOGY
Basic Chemical Engineering: Units & conversions, Dimensional analysis, Gas
Law, Material Balance consisting key componenets, simultaneous Equation By
pass and recycle. Energy Balance. The first law type of heat effects, heat
capacities, thermochemistry.
Fluid Flow and Mechanical Operation: Flow of incompressible Fluids, Laminar
and Turbulent Flow in Pipes, Frictional Losses in pipes.
Flow Measurement: Pitot tube orfice meter, venturmeter, Rotamater, Weir &
Notches, (their construction and derivation with formula ).
Transportation of Fluids: Classification of Pumps, construction and operation of
reciprocating, rotary, centrifugal and gear Pumps. Different type of valves,
fans, blowers and compressors, Description of various size reduction equipments
and law’s for power requirement. Seperations, Screening, filteration thickeners,
classifiers, Centrifuges and cyclone separator.
Heat Transfer & Mass Transfer
Heat Transfer: Conduction, Fourier’s law, Heat Flow through composite walls,
Cylinders and spheres, insulations.
Convection: Natural & Forced convection, LMTD, Significance of Reynold
number, Prandit’s number and Grashof Number.
Radiation: Kirchoff’s Law, Emissive power, wein’s displacement law, stefan
Boltzman law, Emissivity, Absorptivity, Black Body and Green Body radiations.
Boiling, Condensation and evaporation, Heat Exchanger: Double Pipe Shell &
Tube.
Mass Transfer: Principles and Description of various unit operations involving
mass transfer such as Distilation, Absorption, Extraction, crystallization & Drying.
Unit Processes & Process Technology : Principles of some unit Processes such as
Nitration. Sulphonation, Halozenation, Oxidation, Reduction, and Products based on
them. Basic Processes for the manufacture of products such as sugar, Fertilizer. Dyestuffs
and paints.
Process Instrumentation & Control: Principle and Application of following
Instruments device. Pressure and Vaccum Gauge. Thermometer and Pyrometer,
Liquid Level meter : Visual indicators. Float actuated level meter.
Analysers: PH meter, oxygen analyzer colorimetric analyzers. Infra red & near
Infix analyzer.
Transmission: Pneumatic and Inductance transmission. Concept and
advantage of automatic Process Control.
Controllers: Pneumatic, Electronics, hydraulilc, FD, TI, ID Controllers.
Engineering Material: Types of Different materials, such as metals, alloys
and
polymer their structure. Composition and application of these materials for
various situations in Chemical Industry.
PAPER – 1(GENERAL)
PHYSICS
1. The earth receives solar radiation, from which one can find the
temperature of the surface of the sun. The approximate
temperature of sun’s surface is
(A) 600 K (B) 900 K (C) 60,000 K (D) 6,000 K
2. The characteristics of a fuse wire should be
(A) low resistivity and high melting point.
(B) high resistivity and high melting point.
(C) high resistivity and low melting point.
(D) low resistivity and low melting point.
CHEMISTRY
1. When HCl gas is passed through a saturated brine solution, NaCl is
precipitated because
(A) NaCl is not soluble in acidic solution.
(B) Solubility product of NaCl decreases in presence of H+ ion.
(C) Saturated solution cannot hold any more solute, hence NaCl
precipitates.
(D) In presence of Cl ion, ionic concentration exceeds solubility
product of NaCl, therefore NaCl separates out.
2. When 13.5 gm of Al is deposited on passing current through molten
Alumina, the number of faradays of electricity consumed would be
(A) 0.5 (B) 1.0 (C) 1.5 (D) 2.0
MATHEMATICS
1. If the quadratic equation (a2+b2)x2+2b(a+c)x+(b2+c2)=0 has equal roots,
then
(A) a, b and c are in A.P.
(B) a, b and c are in G.P.
(C) a, c and b are in A.P.
(D) a, c and b are in G.P.
2. If the angles of a triangle ABC are in the ratio 1:2:3, then a:b:c is
(A) 1 : √3 : 2 (B) 1 : √2 : √3
(C) 1 : 2 : 5 (D) 1 : 2√2 : 3
ENGLISH
1. Choose the appropriate antonym for the following : “Fundamental”
(A) superfluous (B) superficial (C) profound (D) particular
2. Choose the most appropriate ACTIVE form for the PASSIVE sentence given
below :
PASSIVE : “They are likely to be punished”
ACTIVE :
(A) It is likely that they will be punished.
(B) It is likely for someone to punish them.
(C) It is likely that someone will punish them.
(D) Someone is likely to punish them.
PAPER – II (PROFESSIONAL) COMPUTER ENGINEERING
1. The structure of the Colpitts oscillator is related to the
(A) Hartley oscillator
(B) Wein Bridge oscillator
(C) Phase shift oscillator
(D) Square wave oscillator
2. Microprogramming refers to
(A) Developing software for a small computer, like a palmtop.
(B) Programming in any situations where the memory available is very
low
(C) Control programs for controlling gates within a CPU.
(D) Writing programs in assembly language.
CIVIL ENGINEERING
1. A combined footing is generally used when
(A) Number of columns is more than two and they are spaced far
apart.
(B) Number of columns is two and they are spaced far close to each
other.
(C) Number of columns is two and they are spaced far apart.
(D) There is only one column.
2. In slow sand filters, the rate of filtration of water is in the range of
(A) 175250 lits/sqm/hr
(B) 5001000 lits/sqm/hr
(C) 10005000 lits/sqm/kr
(D) 600010,000 lits/sqm/hr
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING/ INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING*(BE [IE]MBA)
1. When fluid flows in a pipe, the Nusselt number can be calculated from the
relation
(A) V.D.ρ /µ (B) µ.Cp/K (C) h.D/K (D) K.D/Cp
2. Angle of torsion refers to the
(A) Maximum angle by which the shaft bends during power
transmission.
(B) Angle through which one end of a shaft will twist relative to the other
end.
(C) Angular velocity of the shaft in radians.
(D) Angular moment at the cross section.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
1. Stainless steel 316 contains
(A) 18% chromium and 11% nickel
(B) 16% chromium and 13% nickel
(C) 11% chromium and 18% nickel
(D) No chromium and 8% nickel.
2. The viscosity of a liquid
(A) Is directly proportional to temperature.
(B) Is inversely proportional to temperature.
(C) Is directly proportional to the square root of temperature
(D) Is inversely proportional to the square root of temperature.
ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING/ ELECTRONICS
(INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL) ENGINEERING
1. A direct coupled amplifier has a gain of 1000 and 3 dB frequency of 1000 KHz.
What is its unity gain frequency?
(A) 100 KHz (B) 1000 KHz (C) 108 Hz (D) 10 KHz
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
1. For parallel operation of two alternators, which of the following
factor(s) should be identical for both?
(A) Voltage only (B) Frequency
(C) Phase sequence (D) All of the above.
2. Mark the correct answer below as the load on an induction motor is
increased upto full load :
PF Slip Efficiency
(A) increases increases increases
(B) decreases increases increases
(C) decreases decreases decreases
(D) increases decreases decreases You can apply in one of following courses:
Government College of Engineering,Pune.
Punjabi University,Patiala.
Punjab Technical University,Jallandhar.
KIITS University,Orrissa.
Chitkara University,Chandigarh.
Guru Tegh Bahadur Institute of Technology,Delhi
Amity School of Engineering and Technology,Noida
Delhi Technological University,Delhi.
Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology,Delhi.
Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College,Ludhiana
DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology,Jallandhar.
SBS College of Engineering and Technology,Ferozepur.
Chandigarh Group of Colleges,Chandigarh
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