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I have applied for SLIET Entrance Test (SET) exam so can you please provide me the syllabus of exam for preparation?
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Old January 16th, 2017, 12:48 PM
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Ok, here I am providing you the syllabus of SLIET Entrance Test (SET) exam.

SLIET Entrance Test (SET) exam syllabus

Programme Name Test Name
Three Year ICD (Integrated
Certificate Diploma) Programme SET-I & SET-I A
2-Year Diploma Programme SET-II
B.E. (Lateral Entry) SET-III
Ph.D. Programme SET-V

The written test will be multiple choice objective type.

There will be only one paper of 150 marks for SET-I, SET-I A, SET-II & SET-III. For SET-V, it shall be of 100 marks.

The time duration for paper will be 02:30 hours (150 minutes) SET-I, SET-I A, SET-II & SET-III. For SET-V, it shall be 02:00 hours (120 minutes).

For each incorrect response, one fourth (1/4 = 25%) of the total marks allotted to the question would be deducted.

Exam Syllabus : SLIET Entrance Test Syllabus 2016 is as follows :-

SYLLABUS OF SET-I & SET I A


ENGLISH, GENERAL KNOWLEDGE, MENTAL APTITUDE

Marks: 20 (20 Questions)
Syllabus :
1. Usage of Tenses
2. Fill in the Blanks with Prepositions
3. Active Passive Voice
4. General Knowledge/Awareness
5. Aptitude Test

MATHEMATICS

Marks: 50 (50 Questions)
Syllabus :
• Algebra
• Trigonometry
• Mensuration
• Geometry
• Statistics

PHYSICS

Marks : 40 (40 Questions)
Syllabus :
• Motion
• Force
• Gravitation
• Work
• Wave Motion
• Light
• Heat
• Electricity
• Magnetic Effects of Electric Current

CHEMISTRY

Marks: 40 (40 Questions)
Syllabus :
• Matter-Nature and Behavior
• Atomic Mass and Molecular Mass
• Electrochemical Cell
• Classification of Elements
• Mineral Cycles
• Water
• Air
• Dependence of Man on Natural Resources
• Extraction of Metals

SYLLABUS OF SET-II

ENGLISH, GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND APTITUDE

Marks: 20 (20 Questions)
Syllabus :
1. General Science
2. Idioms and Phrases
3. Events of National & International Importance
4. Fill in the blanks with suitable words/prepositions
5. Correction of sentences
6. Change of Voice
7. Current Affairs
8. Indian National Movement
9. History of India
10. Mental Aptitude

MATHEMATICS


Marks: 50 (50 Questions)
Syllabus :
• Algebra
• Trigonometry
• Mensuration
• Geometry
• Statistics
• Matrices and Determinants
• Coordinate geometry
• Calculus

PHYSICS

Marks: 40 (40 Questions)
Syllabus :
• Unit & Dimensions
• Motion
• Force
• Gravitation
• Work
• Wave Motion
• Light
• Heat
• Electricity
• Magnetic Effects of Electric Current

CHEMISTRY

Marks : 40 (40 Questions)
Syllabus :
• Matter-Nature and Behavior
• Atomic Mass and Molecular Mass
• Electrochemical Cell
• Fuel
• Mineral Cycles
• Water
• Air
• Dependence of Man on Natural Resources
• Extraction of Metals
• Atomic Structure & Classification of Elements
• Stoichiometry
• Behavior of Gases
• Solutions
• Chemical Equilibrium, Kinetics and Energetics
• Electrochemistry
• Ores and Minerals
• Transition elements
• Preparation and Properties of the following Compounds
• Isolation, Preparation and Properties of Non-Metals
• Alkanes, Alkenes, Alkynes and Benzene
• Characteristics Reactions of following Organic Compounds

SYLLABUS OF SET-III


GENERAL KNOWLEDGE, MENTAL APTITUDE & ENGLISH

Marks: 20 (20 Questions)
Syllabus : The paper will include questions covering the following topics:-
1. General Science
2. Current events of National and International importance
3. History of India
4. Indian Politics and Economy
5. Indian National Movement
6. General Mental ability
7. Idioms/Phrases
8. Usage of Tenses
9.Change the form of Narration
10. Fill in the blanks with suitable words.

MATHEMATICS

Marks: 20 (20 Questions)
Syllabus :
• Algebra
• Trigonometry
• Coordinate Geometry
• Calculus

CHEMISTRY

Marks: 15 (15 Questions)
Syllabus :
• Atoms, Molecules and Chemical Arithmetic
• Chemical families – Periodic Properties
• Atomic Structure, Bonding and Molecular Structure

PHYSICS

Marks: 15 (15 Questions)
Syllabus :
• Description of Motion
• Moment of Inertia
• Kinetic Theory of Gasses
• Electromagnetic Waves, Atomic and Nuclear Physics

BASICS OF ENGINEERING

GROUP – A (Electrical, Electronics and Computer Group)

Marks : 80 (80 Questions)
• Operating System
• System Software
• Application Development
• Information Technology (IT)
• Data management and organization
• Introduction to data structure
• Computer Networks
• Latest Technologies
• Software Engineering
• Computer System Architecture
• AC fundamentals
• DC & AC Bridges
• Network Theorems
• Electromagnetic & Magnetic circuits
• DC Circuits
• Signal Conditioning

GROUP – B (Mechanical Group)

Marks : 80 (80 Questions)
• Thermal Engineering
• Applied Mechanics, Strength of Material and Machine Design
• Fluid Mechanics
• Manufacturing Engineering & Management

GROUP – C (Chemical and Food Group)

Marks : 80 (80 Questions)
• Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
• Chemical Reaction Engineering
• Heat Transfer
• Mass Transfer
• Unit operations
• Fluid flow
• Material and Energy balance
• Chemical Process Industries
• Process Instrumentations
• Environmental Engineering and Safety
• Food Chemistry and Microbiology
• Food Process Technology
• Food Analysis and Quality Control

SYLLABUS OF SET-V

Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering)

Marks: 100 (100 questions)

General Aptitude (20%)
• Numerical Ability
• Numerical Analysis
• Statistics
• Communication Ability

Subject Paper (80%)
• Process Calculations and Thermodynamics
• Fluid Mechanics and Mechanical Operations
• Heat Transfer
• Mass Transfer
• Chemical Reaction Engineering
• Instrumentation and Process Control
• Plant Design and Economics
• Chemical Technology

Ph.D. (Chemistry)

Marks: 100 (100 questions)

General Aptitude (20%)
• Numerical Ability
• Numerical Analysis
• Statistics
• Communication Ability

Subject Paper (80%)
Physical Chemistry
• Basic Principles and Applications of Quantum Mechanics
• Basic Principles and Application of Spectroscopy
• Chemical Thermodynamics
• Electrochemistry
• Chemical Kinetics
• Polymer Chemistry
• Solids

Inorganic Chemistry
• Chemical periodicity
• Chemistry of the main group elements and their compounds
• Chemistry of transition elements and coordination compounds
• Inner transition elements
• Analytical chemistry
• Nuclear chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Ph.D. (Computer Science & Engineering)

Marks: 100 (100 questions)

General Aptitude (20%)
• Numerical Ability
• Numerical Analysis
• Statistics
• Communication Ability

Subject Paper (80%)
• Programming Concepts
• Theory of Computation
• Digital Logic
• Computer Organization and Architecture
• Algorithms
• Operating System
• Databases
Computer Networks
Image Processing

Ph.D. (Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering)

Marks: 100 (100 questions)

General Aptitude (20%)
• Numerical Ability
• Numerical Analysis
• Statistics
• Communication Ability

Subject Paper (80%)
• Electrical Technology and Networks
• Electronics Principles
• Power Electronics
• Digital electronics and microprocessors
• Transducers and Instrumentation
• Control Theory
• Programming concepts
• Power Systems

Ph.D. (Electronics & Communication Engineering)

Marks: 100 (100 questions)

General Aptitude (20%)
• Numerical Ability
• Numerical Analysis
• Statistics
• Communication Ability

Subject Paper (80%)
• Electronic Devices and Circuits
• Digital Systems
• Signal Processing
• Control Theory
• Communication Systems
• Electromagnetics & Microwaves

Ph.D. (English)

Marks: 100 (100 questions)

General Aptitude (20%)
• Numerical Ability
• Numerical Analysis
• Statistics
• Communication Ability

Subject Paper (80%)
• Literary Critical Theory
• Study of Language
• Indian English Literature
• Drama
• Poetry
• Fiction
• Diasporic Literature
• Post Colonial Literature

Ph.D. (Food Engineering &Technology)

Marks: 100 (100 questions)

General Aptitude (20%)
• Numerical Ability
• Numerical Analysis
• Statistics
• Communication Ability

Subject Paper (80%)
• Food Analysis
• Food Quality and Management
• Food Engineering
• Food Process Technology
• Food Process Equipment Design
• Bioprocess Engineering

Ph.D. (Management)

Marks: 100 (100 questions)

General Aptitude (20%)
• Numerical Ability
• Numerical Analysis
• Statistics
• Communication Ability

Subject Paper(80%)
• Unit-1: Managerial Economics-Demand Analysis, Production Function, Cost-Output relation, Market Structures, Pricing Theories, Capital Budgeting The concept and significance of organizational behavior, Personality-Perception-Values-Attitude-Learning & Motivation Communication-Leadership-Managing Change, Organizational Development, Concepts & perspectives on HRM HRP Objectives, Process & Techniques, Job Analysis-Selection-Induction-Training & Development, Performance Appraisal & Evaluation, Industrial Relations & Trade Unions, Dispute resolution and Grievance management
• Unit-2: Financial Management-Nature & Scope, Capital Budgeting Decisions, Capital Structure & Cost of capital Dividend policy-Determinants, Mergers & Acquisitions, Marketing Information System & marketing research, Demand measurement & Forecasting, Market Segmentation-Targeting & positioning, Product life cycle, Pricing methods & strategies, Marketing Management, Marketing Mix, Customer Relation shift Management, Role & Scope of Production management, Facility Locations- Layout Managing & Analysis, Production Scheduling, Statistical Quality Control
• Unit-3: Probability Theory, Probability, Distribution-Binomial, Poisson, Normal, Correlation & Regression Analysis, Sampling Theory & Sampling Distribution, Tests of Hypothesis-t, Z, F, chi-square tests, Concepts of corporate strategy Ans off’s growth vector, BCG Model, Porters generic strategies,Competitive strategy & Corporate Strategy, Competitive advantage of nations, RTP & WTO, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Concept of Govt. Policy for promotion of small & Tiny Enterprises, Detailed Business Plan Preparation –Managing small industries –sickness in small enterprises
• Unit-4: Ethics & Management System, Value based organizations, Ethical pressure on individual in organization Environmental ethics, Social responsibilities of Business, Corporate Governance, Research-Meaning, types, objectives, process survey based research-types of survey-specific-periodic & transaction drivers, Identification of research problem analysis of research problem, Categorization & sampling, Planning a survey Project-resources budget schedule, Preparation of Questionnaire,-Data Collection analysis & compilation of Survey report.

Ph.D (Mathematics)

Marks: 100 (100 questions)

General Aptitude (20%)
• Numerical Ability
• Numerical Analysis
• Statistics
• Communication Ability

Subject Paper (80%)
• Linear Algebra
• Complex Analysis
• Real Analysis
• Ordinary Differential Equations
• Algebra
• Functional Analysis
• Numerical Analysis
• Partial Differential Equations
• Mechanics
• Topology
• Probability and Statistics
• Linear programming

Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering)

Marks: 100 (100 questions)

General Aptitude (20%)
• Numerical Ability
• Numerical Analysis
• Statistics
• Communication Ability

Subject Paper
Part- A (40 % of Content)
• Engineering Materials
• Engineering Mechanics
• Strength of Materials
• Theory of Machines and Design
• Thermal Engineering
Part-B (40 % of Content)
• Metal Casting
• Metal Forming
• Advanced Welding Processes
• Machining and Machine Tool Operations
• Metrology and Inspection
• Computer Integrated Manufacturing
• Facility Design
• Operations Research
• Quality Management
• Reliability and Maintenance

Ph.D. (Physics)

Marks: 100 (100 questions)

General Aptitude (20%)
• Numerical Ability
• Numerical Analysis
• Statistics
• Communication Ability

Subject Paper (80%)
• Mathematical Methods of Physics
• Classical Mechanics
• Electromagnetic Theory
• Quantum Mechanics
• Thermodynamic and Statistical Physics
• Electronics
• Experimental Techniques and data analysis
• Atomic & Molecular Physics
• Condensed Matter Physics
• Nuclear and Particle Physics
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