AEEE Syllabus 2019 for Physics Chemistry and Maths Subjects

AEEE Syllabus 2019

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AEEE Syllabus 2019

AEEE Syllabus 2019- Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is the organizing authority for the Amrita engineering entrance exam commonly known as AEEE. Through AEEE applicants can be able to get admission in undergraduate engineering programmes offered by its other three different campuses located at Amritapuri, Bangalore, and Coimbatore. AEEE is a national level online and offline mode entrance exam. AEEE will be held in the 3rd week of April 2019. For the examination, AEEE Syllabus pays an important role to plan the preparation strategy accordingly.

By getting an idea about the AEEE Syllabus applicant will be more focused on the important topics. The AEEE Syllabus will be comprised of 3 subjects namely Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Applicants can be able to download the AEEE Syllabus from the official website.

Applicants who are appearing for the AEEE 2019 must have the full knowledge about the syllabus so that they have a better understanding of the topics that will become in the examination. In this article, we will provide the AEEE syllabus 2019 with chapter-wise topics. We are advising the applicants to read the full-length article to get full information about the AEEE syllabus.

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AEEE Syllabus 2019

  1. Physics

  2. Chemistry

  3. Mathematics

AEEE Syllabus 2019: For Physics

Unit 1: Units and dimensions

  • Units for measurement

  • System of units

  • SI

  • Fundamental and derived units

  • Dimensional analysis

Unit 2: Mechanics

  • Motion in one-dimension

  • Uniform and non-uniform motion

  • Uniformly accelerated motion

  • Scalars and Vectors

  • Resolution of Vectors

  • Vector properties

  • Motion in a plane

  • Projectile motion

  • Uniform circular motion

  • Newton’s laws of motion

  • Conservation of linear momentum

  • Friction

  • Work-Energy theorem

  • Kinetic energy

  • Potential energy

  • Conservation of energy

  • Elastic collision in one and two dimensions

  • Center of mass of particles & rigid body

  • Rotational motion and torque

  • Angular momentum and its conservation

  • Moments of inertia for various geometries

  • Parallel and perpendicular axes theorem

  • Universal law of gravitation

  • Acceleration due to gravity

  • Planetary motion

  • Kepler’s laws

  • Satellites

  • Gravitational potential & Potential energy

  • Escape velocity

Unit 3: Solids and Fluids

Topic: Solids

  • Elastic properties

  • Hooke’s law

  • Young’s modulus

  • bulk modulus

  • rigidity modulus

Topic: Liquids

  • Cohesion and adhesion

  • Surface energy and surface tension

  • Flow of fluids

  • Bernoulli's theorem and applications

  • Viscosity

  • Stoke’s law

  • Terminal velocity

Unit 4- Oscillations and Waves

Topic: Oscillations

  • Oscillatory motion

  • Simple harmonic motion (SHM)

  • Angular SHM

  • Linear harmonic oscillator

  • Combination of springs

  • Simple pendulum

  • Expression of energy

  • Graphical representation of SHM

  • Types of oscillations

Wave Motion

  • Properties of waves

  • Transverse and longitudinal waves

  • Superposition of waves

  • Progressive and Standing waves

  • Vibration of strings and air columns and beats

  • Doppler Effect

Unit 5-Heat and Thermodynamics

  • Heat

  • Work and temperature

  • Ideal gas laws

  • Specific heat capacity

  • Thermal expansion of solids

  • Liquids and gases

  • Relationship between Cp and Cv for gases

  • Newton’s law of cooling

  • Black body

  • Kirchoff’s law

  • Stefan's law & Wein’s law

  • Thermodynamic equilibrium

  • Internal energy

  • Zeroth

  • First and second law of thermodynamics

  • Thermodynamic processes

  • Carnot cycle

  • Efficiency of heat engines

  • Refrigerator

Unit 6- Electrostatics, Current Electricity and Magnetostatics

Topic-Electric charges and Fields

  • Electric Charge

  • Conductors and Insulators

  • Charging by Induction

  • Basic Properties of Electric Charge

  • Coulomb’s Law

  • Forces between Multiple Charges

  • Electric Field

  • Electric Field Lines

  • Electric Flux

  • Electric Dipole

  • Dipole in a Uniform External Field

  • Continuous Charge Distribution

  • Gauss’s Law

  • Applications of Gauss’s Law

Topic: Electrostatic potential and Capacitance

  • Electrostatic potential

  • Potential due to a point charge

  • Electric dipole

  • System of charges

  • Equipotential surfaces

  • Potential energy of a system of charges

  • Potential energy in an external field

  • Electrostatics of conductors

  • Dielectric and Polarization

  • Capacitors

  • Capacitance

  • Parallel plate capacitor

  • Effect of dielectric on capacitance

  • Energy stored in a capacitor

  • Van de Graaff generator

Topic: Current Electricity

  • Electric current

  • Electric currents in conductors

  • Ohm’s law

  • Drift of electrons

  • Origin of Resistivity

  • Temperature dependence of resistivity

  • Electrical energy

  • Power

  • Combination of resistors

  • Series and parallel

  • Cells

  • Emf

  • Internal resistance

  • Cells in series and in parallel

  • Kirchhoff’s Rules

  • Wheatstone bridge

  • Meter Bridge

  • Potentiometer

Topic: Heating effects of current

  • Electric power

  • Concept of thermoelectricity-Seebeck effect and thermocouple

  • Chemical effect of current-Faraday’s laws of electrolysis

Topic: Magnetic effects

  • Oersted’s experiment

  • Biot Savart's law

  • Magnetic field due to a straight wire

  • Circular loop and solenoid

  • Lorentz force

  • Forces and torques on a current

  • Force between current carrying wires

  • Moving coil galvanometer

  • Conversion to ammeter and voltmeter

Topic: Magneto Statistics

  • Bar magnet

  • Magnetic field

  • Lines of force

  • Torque on a bar magnet

  • Earth’s magnetic field

  • Magnetic induction

  • Magnetic susceptibility

Unit 7- Electromagnetic Induction and Electromagnetic Waves

Topic: Electromagnetic Induction

  • Induced emf

  • Magnetic flux

  • Faraday’s law

  • Lenz’s Law & Conservation of Energy

  • Self and mutual inductance

Topic: Alternating Current

  • Impedance and reactance

  • Power in AC circuits

  • AC voltage applied to resistor

  • Inductor

  • Capacitor

  • LCR circuits and resonance

  • Transformer and AC generator

Topic: Electromagnetic Waves

  • Electromagnetic waves characteristics

  • Electromagnetic spectrum from gamma to radio waves

Unit 8-Ray and Wave Optics

Topic: Ray Optics and optical instruments

  • Reflection and refraction of light by plane spherical mirrors

  • Total Internal Reflection; optical fiber

  • Deviation and dispersion

  • Lens formula

  • Magnification

  • Resolving power

  • Microscope and telescope

Topic: Wave Optics

  • Huygens principle

  • Wave nature of light

  • Interference of light waves

  • Young’s experiment

  • Thin films

  • Newton’s rings

  • Diffraction-single slit, grating

  • Polarization

Unit 9-Modern Physics

Topic: Dual nature of radiation and matter

  • De Broglie relation

  • Electron Emission

  • Photoelectric effect

  • Experimental study

Topic: Einstein’s photoelectric equation

  • Energy quantum of radiation

  • Particle nature of light: the photon

  • Wave nature of matter

Topic: Atoms

  • Alpha-particle scattering

  • Rutherford’s nuclear model of atom

  • Atomic spectra

  • Bohr model of the hydrogen atom

  • The line spectra of the hydrogen atom

Topic: Nuclei

  • Atomic masses

  • Composition of nucleus

  • Size of the nucleus

  • Mass-energy

  • Nuclear binding energy

  • Nuclear force

  • Radioactivity

  • Nuclear energy

Topic: Semiconductor materials, devices, and simple circuits

  • Energy bands in solids

  • Classification of metals, conductors and semiconductors

  • Intrinsic semiconductor

  • Extrinsic semiconductor

  • P-n junction

  • Semiconductor diode

  • Junction diode as a rectifier

  • Junction transistor

  • Transistor as an amplifier

AEEE Syllabus 2019: For Mathematics

Unit 1-Complex Numbers:

  • Complex numbers in the form a+ib

  • Argand diagram

  • Algebra of complex numbers

  • Modulus and amplitude of a complex number

  • Square root of a complex number

  • Cube roots of unity

  • Triangle inequality

Unit 2-Permutations and Combinations:

  • Fundamental principle of counting

  • Permutation as an arrangement

  • Combination as selection

  • Simple applications

Unit 3-Binomial Theorem:

  • Binomial theorem for positive integral indices

  • General and middle terms in binomial expansions

  • Simple applications

Topic: Sequences and Series

  • Arithmetic

  • Geometric progressions

  • Harmonic Progressions

  • Insertion of Arithmetic

  • Geometric and Harmonic means

  • Relation between A.M, G.M. and H.M

  • Special series ∑n, ∑n2, ∑n3

  • Arithmetic-Geometric Series

  • Exponential and Logarithmic Series

Unit 4-Matrices and Determinants

  • Determinants

  • Matrices of 2 and 3 order

  • Properties of determinants

  • Evaluation of determinants

  • Addition and multiplication of matrices

  • Adjoint and inverse of a matrix

  • The solution of simultaneous linear equations using determinants

Unit 5-Quadratic Equations

  • Quadratic equations in the real & complex number system

  • Relation between roots and coefficients

  • Nature of roots

  • Formation of quadratic equations with given root

Unit 6-Trigonometry

  • Trigonometrical identities and equations

  • Inverse trigonometric functions and their properties

  • Properties of triangles

  • Solution of triangles

  • Heights and distances

Unit 7- Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion

  • Calculation of Mean

  • Median and Mode

  • Calculation of standard deviation

  • Variance and mean deviation

Unit 8-Probability

  • Probability of an event

  • Addition and multiplication theorems

  • Conditional probability

  • Bayes’ theorem

  • Probability distribution of a random variate

  • Binomial distributions

  • Poisson distributions

Unit 9- Differential Calculus

  • Polynomials, rational, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions

  • Graphs of simple functions

  • Limits

  • Continuity

  • Differentiation of the sum, difference, product

  • Differentiation of trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, composite and implicit functions

  • Derivatives of order up to two

  • Applications of derivatives

  • Maxima and Minima of functions one variable, tangents and normal’s

  • Rolle’s and Langrage’s

  • Mean Value Theorems

Unit 10-Integral Calculus

  • Integral as an anti-derivative

  • Fundamental integrals involving algebraic

  • Trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions

  • Integration by substitution

  • Integration using trigonometric identities

  • Integral as a limit of sum

  • Properties of definite integrals

  • Evaluation of definite integral

Unit 11-Differential Equations

  • Ordinary differential equations, their order and degree

  • Formation of differential equation

  • Differential equations

  • Homogeneous and linear differential equations

Unit 12-Two-Dimensional Geometry

  • Cartesian system

  • Distance formula

  • Area of triangle

  • Condition for the collinearity of three points

  • Slope of a line

  • Parallel and perpendicular lines

Unit 13-The Straight Line & the Pair of Straight Lines

  • Various forms of equations of a line

  • Intersection of lines

  • Angles between two lines

  • Conditions for concurrence of three lines

  • Distance of a point from a line

  • Homogeneous equation

  • Combined equation

Unit 14-Circles and Family of Circles

  • Standard form of equation of a circle

  • General form of the equation

  • Radius and centre

  • Parametric form

  • Equation of a circle

Unit 15-Conic Sections

  • Sections of cones

  • Equations of conic sections in standard forms

  • Conditions for y=mx+c

Unit 16-Vector Algebra

  • Vector and scalars

  • Addition of two vectors,

  • Vector products, scalar and vector triple product

  • Application of vectors to plane geometry

Unit 17- Three-Dimensional Geometry

  • Distance between two points

  • Cartesian and vector equation of a line

  • Coplanar and skew lines

  • Shortest distance between two lines

  • Cartesian and vector equation of a plane

  • Angle between two lines

  • Angle between two planes and a line and a plane

  • Distance of a point from a plane

AEEE Syllabus 2019: For Chemistry

Unit 1-Basic Chemical calculations

  • Density

  • Mole concept

  • Empirical and molecular formula

  • Stoichiometry

  • Volumetry

  • Equivalent and molecular masses

  • Percentage composition

Unit 2-Atomic structure & periodicity

  • Atomic models

  • Sub-atomic particles

  • Orbital shapes

  • Pauli’s exclusion

  • Hund’s rule

  • Aufbau principle

  • De-Broglie relation

  • Heisenberg’s uncertainty

  • Electronic configuration and periodic properties

Unit 3-Chemical bonding

  • Ionic bonding, lattice energy

  • Born-Haber cycle, covalent bond

  • Fajan’s Rule

  • VSEPR theory

Unit 4-S-block and hydrogen

  • Hydrogen, isotopes

  • Liquid hydrogen as fuel

  • Alkali metals

  • Oxides and Hydroxides

  • Extraction and properties of lithium

  • Sodium and potassium

  • Group 2 elements and their properties

Unit 5-P-block elements

  • Boron-borax, boranes, diborane

  • Carbon-allotropes, oxides, carbides, halides

  • Sulphides of carbon group

  • Nitrogen

  • Fixation

  • Compounds of nitrogen

  • Phosphorous

  • Allotropes and compounds

  • Oxygen-oxides and peroxide

  • Sulphur

Unit 6-d and f block elements

  • D-block elements configuration and properties

  • Transition elements, chromium, copper, zinc, silver

  • f -block elements

  • Extraction

  • Lanthanides

  • Actinides

Unit 7-Solid state

  • Solids-amorphous and crystalline

  • Classification of crystalline

  • Miller indices

Unit 8-Coordination compounds

  • Isomerism, Werner, VBT and CFT theories

  • Bio-coordination compounds

Unit 9-Gaseous State & Surface chemistry

  • Gaseous state and gas laws

  • Deviation- van der Waal’s constants

  • Joule-Thomson effect

  • Liquefaction of gases

  • Theory of catalysis

  • Colloids and emulsions

Unit 10-Colligative properties

  • Lowering of vapour pressure

  • Depression of freezing point

  • Elevation in boiling point

  • Osmotic pressure, abnormality

  • Dissociation and association

Unit 11-Electrochemistry

  • Faraday’s laws

  • Kohlrausch’s law and applications

  • Electrode Potentials

  • EMF

  • Electrochemical

  • Galvanic cells

  • Nernst equation

  • Batteries

  • Fuel cells

  • Corrosion and prevention

Unit 12-Thermodynamics

  • First and second law

  • Internal energy, enthalpy, entropy, free energy changes

  • Specific heats at constant pressure and volume

  • Enthalpy of combustion

  • Formation and neutralization

  • Kirchoff law

  • Hess’s law

  • Bond energy

Unit 13-Chemical and Ionic Equilibria

  • Law of chemical equilibrium

  • homogenous and heterogeneous equilibrium

  • Le Chatlier’s principle

  • equilibrium constants

  • factors affecting equilibrium

Unit 14-Chemical kinetics

  • Order

  • Molecularity

  • Rate and rate constant

  • First and second order reactions

  • Temperature dependence

  • Factors influencing rate of reaction

  • Integrated rate equation

  • Collision theory of chemical reaction

Unit 15-Basic Organic chemistry

  • Functional groups

  • Nomenclature and isomerism

  • Types of organic reactions

  • Mechanism, purification, qualitative and quantitative analysis carbocation

  • Carbanion and free radical

  • Electron displacement in covalent bond

Unit 16-Hydrocarbons & Polymers

  • IUPAC nomenclature

  • Alkanes

  • Alkynes

  • Aromatic hydrocarbons

  • Physical and chemical properties

  • Polymerization

Unit 17-Organic halogen compounds

  • Nature of C-X bond- preparation

  • Properties and reactions of alkyl and aryl halides

  • Polyhalogen compounds

  • Substitution and elimination

  • Grignard reagents

Unit 18-Stereochemistry and Organic nitrogen compounds

  • Properties and uses of Aliphatic and aromatic nitro compounds

  • Aliphatic and aromatic amines

  • Nitriles

  • Diazonium salts

  • 1°, 2°, and 3° amines

  • Distinction

  • Optical activity

Unit 19-Organic functional groups-hydroxyl, carbonyl compounds and ethers

  • Nomenclature

  • Preparation

  • Properties and uses of alcohols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, aliphatic carboxylic acids, benzoic acid

  • Salicylic acid

Unit 20-Biomolecules and Environmental chemistry

  • Carbohydrates

  • Proteins

  • Amino acids

  • Enzymes

  • Vitamins

  • Nucleic acids

  • Lipids

  • Pollution (air, water and soil)

  • Industrial waste

  • Acid rain

  • Greenhouse effect

  • Global warming

  • Strategies to control pollution.

Exam Pattern: AEEE Syllabus 2019

  • The AEEE 2019 examination will be held 2 modes i.e. Computer-based test & paper-based test.

  • Questions asked in the examination will be multiple choice questions (MCQ).

  • Total number of questions in the exam will be 120.

  • As per the notification from total question 50 questions will come from Mathematics, 35 from Physics and 35 from Chemistry.

  • 3 marks will be rewarded for every correct response of question.

  • Negative marking will be there so for every incorrect response 1 mark gets deducted.

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