### SLIET Entrance Test Syllabus

**SYLLABUS OF SLIET ENTRANCE TEST (SET-IV)**

FOR ADMISSION TO DIPLOMA PROGRAMME, 2011 (VERTICAL PROMOTION) (Only for SLIET Certificate 2009 Batch Students)

**Note: **1. In both the papers all the questions will be objective type with multiple choice. Answers of the objective type questions are to be filled in the OMR answer sheet given separately.

2. There will not be any negative marking

**PAPER-I**

**Max. Marks: **100

**Time: **2 hours

**ENGLISH**

**Marks: **10 (10 Questions)

1. Exercises in Grammar 3. Idioms and Phrases

2. Correction of sentences 4. Change of Voice

**MATHEMATICS**

**Marks:** 30 (30 Questions)

**Algebra: **Arithmetic progression, Geometric progression and Arithmetico-Geometric series. Series of natural numbers (Σ n, Σ n2, Σ n3). Mathematical induction. Permutations and Combinations. Binomial theorem for any index. Complex numbers. Algebra of complex numbers. Modulus and argument of a complex number. Conjugate of a complex number. Square root of a complex number. Cube roots of unity. De-Moivre’s Theorem with simple applications.

**Trigonometry : **Trigonometric ratios and their relations. Trigonometric identities. T-ratios of allied angles. Addition and Subtraction formulae. Transformation of product into sum or difference and vice-versa. T-ratios of multiple and sub-multiple angles. Inverse Trigonometric functions. Solution of trigonometric equations.

Co-ordinate Geometry: Rectangular Cartesian coordinates. Distance between two points. Section formulae. Locus of a point. Equation of a straight line in various forms. Angle between two given lines. Condition for two lines to be parallel or perpendicular. Distance of a point from a line. Line through point of intersection of two given lines. Concurrency of lines. Equation of a circle in various forms. Intersection of a circle with a straight line. Intersection of two circles. Equations of the parabola, ellipse and hyperbola in the standard forms.

**Calculus:** Function, its domain and range. Limit, continuity and differentiability of a function. Derivative of sum, difference, product and quotient of two functions. Derivative of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, hyperbolic and Inverse trigonometric functions. Chain rule. Derivative of functions expressed in implicit and parametric forms. Logarithmic differentiation, maximum and minimum values of a function. Equation of tangent & normal. Integration as the inverse process of differentiation. Integration by parts, by substitution and by partial fractions. Integration of rational and irrational functions. Definite integral and its application for the determination of area (simple cases).

**PHYSICS**

**Marks:** 30 (30 Questions)

Addition and subtraction of vectors, Scalar & vector product. Newton’s Law of motion, conservation of energy & momentum, Inertial & gravitational mass, Equations of motion, concept of work, power and energy, Laws of friction, Methods of reducing friction. Circular motion, centripetal & centrifugal forces.

Universal Law of gravitation, Gravitational constant, acceleration due to gravity, mass of earth, variation in acceleration due to gravity of earth. Escape velocity, Orbital velocity.

Viscosity, sphere falling through a liquid, streamline flow, Reynolds number, Bernoulli’s theorem, surface tension, rise of liquid in capillary tube.

Expression for pressure of a gas, Degree of freedom, mean free path, Ideal gas equation, specific heats of gases, Relation between Cp and Cv. Laws of thermodynamics, Reversible and Irreversible process, Absolute scale of temperature.

Simple harmonic motion, characteristics of S.H.M. Graphical description, simple pendulum. Coulombs Law, capacitors in parallel and series, Energy stored in capacitors, Ohms Law, Joules Law of thermal effects, thermoelectricity, Kirchoffs Laws. Magnetic flux, Magnetic force on a current carrying conductor, Faraday’s law of induction, Lenz law, self and mutual inductance, Transformer.

**CHEMISTRY**

**Marks: **30 (30 Questions)

**Language of Chemistry: **Chemistry and its branches, symbols, valency and formulae; elemental composition, empirical and molecular formulae, mole concept.

**Atomic Structure:** Rutharford’s model, Bohr’s Model, dual nature of matter, deBrogile’s equation, uncertainty principle, quantum numbers, shapes of orbitals, Aufbau principle, Pauli’s exclusion principle and Hund’s rule, electronic configuration of atoms.

**Periodic Classification: **Modern periodic table, arrangement of elements in the periodic table, classification into s, p, d and f block elements, periodic properties (ionisation energy, electron affinity, electronegativity, atomic and ionic radii).

**Chemical Bonding : **Ionic Bond: Definition, factors influencing the formation of ionic compounds, properties of ionic compounds, Covalent bond: Lewis concept, orbital concept of bond formation, sigma and pi bonds, hybridisation (sp, sp2 & sp3), structure of simple molecules, properties of covalent compounds. Coordinate-covalent bond.

Introduction of Organic Chemistry: Classification and nomenclature of organic compounds, saturated and unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbons, preparation and properties with special reference to CH4, C2H6 and C2H4. Aromatic hydrocarbons, benzene: structure, preparation and properties.

**Oxidation & Reduction: **Oxidation, reduction, oxidation number, redox reaction in terms of oxidation number, oxidation reduction as electron transfer process, balancing the redox reaction.

Chemical Equilibrium: Law of mass action, Le-Chatelier’s principle and its applications, ionic equilibrium in aqueous solution, solubility product and common ion effect, Bronsted and Lowry concept of acids and bases, acid-base equilibria, pH, buffer solutions.

**PAPER-II**

**Max. Marks :** 100

**Time :** 2 Hours

**CAC, CAF, CTD, CFF & CWG**

**Pattern of Paper : **There will be 100 Objective Type Questions of 100 Marks. 50 Questions will be from common syllabus. Rest 50 Questions will be from the syllabus of the particular Branch.

**Common to CAC, CAF, CTD, CFF & CWG**

**Marks: **50 (50 Questions)

**Engineering Drawing: **Geometrical construction: Point, Line, angle, Triangle, Quadrilateral, Polygon and Circle. Types of Lines: detailed description and uses of various types of lines. Orthographic projection: Orthographic projection of points, lines and solids. Isometric projection of the solids.

**Workshop Technology**: Welding: Introduction process of gas welding, arc welding, brazing and soldering. Equipment used and applications of these processes. Types of welding joint, welding defects and their remedies.

Foundry: Introduction of various casting processes, foundry tools and equipments, moulding sand, pattern and types of pattern, pattern allowances and materials, types of core, moulding procedures, melting techniques, molten metal pouring.

Sheet Metal: Tools and equipments used in sheet metal shop, sheet metal joints and their applications.

Fitting: Description and uses of various fitting tools and equipments: bench vice, files, hammers, scrapers, marking equipments, surface plate, V-block, scriber, callipers and punches

SYLLABUS OF SLIET ENTRANCE TEST (SET-IV) SYLLUS

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