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1.        Siksha O Anusandhan University                                      1

2.        Our Placement Track                                                 5

3.        Siksha O Anusandhan University Admission Test-2011 (SAAT-2011)      5

4.        Eligibility Criteria                                                6

5.        Important Dates for Admission Test                                  7

6.        Availability of Application Form                                    8

7.        Instructions for Filling up SAAT-2011 Application Form              8

8.        Submission of Filled in Application Form                           11

9.        Issue of Admit Card                                                12

10.       Rules for Entrance Examination                                     12

11.       Subjects for Appearing at SAAT-2011                                13

12.       Examination Procedure                                              13

13.       Merit List                                                         13

14.       Admission Rules and Procedure                                      14

15.       Reservation Policy                                                 14

16.       Choice of Discipline                                               15

17.       Fee Structure                                                      15

18.       Counselling-Cum-Admission                                          16

19.       Enquiry Regarding Admission                                        16

20.       Legal Jurisdiction                                                 16
                                  APPENDIX
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21.       Appendix-I (Syllabus for Engg./MBBS/BDS/Pharmacy/Nursing)         16
22.       Appendix-II (Syllabus for Lateral Entry- B.Tech.)                 20
23.       Appendix-III (Syllabus for Lateral Entry- B.Pharm)                27
24.       Appendix-IV (Syllabus for Lateral Entry- BHMCT)                   27
25.       Appendix-V (Syllabus for MCA)                                     27
26.       Appendix-VI (Syllabus for BHMCT)                                  28
27.       Appendix-VII (Syllabus for MBA / MHA / MHTM)                      28
28.       Appendix-VIII (Syllabus for M.Pharm)                              28
29.       Appendix-IX (Syllabus for M.Sc. Industrial Biotechnology)         28
30.       Appendix-X (Syllabus for M.Tech.)                                 29
31.       Appendix-XI (Syllabus for M.Sc. Nursing)                          37
32.       Appendix - XII (Syllabus for B.Sc. Nursing - Post Basic)          37
33.       Appendix - XIII (Syllabus for B.A. LLB / B.Sc. LLB / BBA LLB)     37
34.       Appendix - XIV (Syllabus for LLM)                                 38
35.       Appendix - XV (Syllabus for M.Sc. In Pharma-Chemistry)            38
36.       Appendix - XVI (Syllabus for B. Architecture)                     38
37.       Appendix-XVII (Sample Questions)                                  38
38.       Appendix-XVIII (Eligibility for Lateral Entry stream)             39
39.       Appendix - XIX (List of Designated Branches of Axis Bank,
          Syndicate Bank, Punjab National Bank & Central Bank of India)     40
40.       Appendix - XX (Specimen Copy of Application Form)                 41
                             OTHER ENCLOSURES
          Application Form
          Envelope for dispatch of Application Form by the candidate
          Acknowledgement Card
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             Siksha O Anusandhan University
                                     (Declared U/S 3 of the UGC Act, 1956)
Siksha O Anusandhan University has been declared a                                                SALIENT FEATURES
deemed to be university U/S 3 of the UGC Act, 1956 and is                     •    A Deemed to be University declared Under Section
located at Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha. There has                           3 of the UGC Act, 1956 (Govt. of India)
been persistent endeavour to achieve excellence and carve                     •    Accredited by the National Assessment and
a niche in the national and global education map. Some of                          Accreditation Council (NAAC) of University Grants
the constituent institutes have been established for almost                        Commission (UGC) of India with ‘A’ Grade.
one and a half decade and are well known for their                            •    ISO 9001:2000 Certification by URS, United Kingdom in
academic excellence. This has been corroborated by the                             testimony to our commitment towards imparting quality
accreditation by National Assessment & Accreditation                               professional education matching with aspirations of
Council (NAAC) peer team which has awarded the                                     future generation.
University has been awarded Grade ‘A’, in view of its overall
                                                                              •    1024 Mbps connectivity through National Knowledge
performance.
                                                                                   Network under National Mission through Information
The university offers undergraduate, post graduate, post                           & Communication Technology (NMEICT).
graduate diploma and doctoral programmes in
                                                                              •    Conducive research ambience.
engineering / technology, architecture, sciences,
humanities & social sciences, medicine, dental, nursing,                      •    Fully wi-fi environment.
business administration, hospitality and tourism                              •    e-Library with full text access of e-journals through
management, hospital administration, pharmacy,                                     EBSCOhost, Scopus, Science Direct, IEL & Manupatra.
biotechnology and law.                                                        •    Research Journal and Newsletter of the University.
All the eligible programs have been accredited by National                    •    Multi-disciplinary research cell (Energy, Embedded
Board Accreditation (NBA), AICTE, Govt. of India. Different                        systems, MEMs and Material Science Centre. Visual
faculties of the university have been duly approved by the                         surveillance & tracking, biomedical signal & image
respective statutory bodies.                                                       processing laboratories are on the anvil.)
The university is proactive in its approach to understand                     •    National MEMs design centre, established under
and meet the changing requirements of students,                                    National Program for Micro and Smart Materials
employees and the community at large. The university aims                          (NPMASS), Govt. of India, (Mentor : IISc, Bangalore).
at maintaining continuous learning, improvement and                           •    Collaboration with Central Power Research Institute
transformation in technical and professional education.                            (CPRI) in the area of Energy Systems under RSOP
The university emphasises on the quality of learning                               scheme of Ministry of Power, Govt. of India.
process keeping in view of its vision and mission:                            •    Proactive measure for inter-disciplinary research
                                                                                   programme.
                             VISION                                           •    University plenary lecture series (by eminent scientists
                                                                                   and researchers).
To build a state-of-the-art educational system, facilitating
the process of imparting quality professional, and technical                  •    Qualified and experienced faculty members of national
education in India and abroad.                                                     and international repute.
                                                                              •    Faculty Development Programmes, Entrepreneurship
                            MISSION                                                Development Programmes and Management
•   To promote learning by students and faculty                                    Development Programmes.
                                                                              •    Group Insurance facility.
•   To promote quality teaching of global perspective
                                                                              •    Medical facilities (free consulting & subsidized
•   To acquire knowledge and skill through updated training                        investigations) in its own medical college & hospital
    and research                                                                   (IMS & SUM Hospital).
•   To achieve transformation of knowledge                                    •    Residential campus with modern amenities.
                                                                              •    State-of-the-art infrastructure with smart class rooms.
•   To establish effective, efficient and transparent system
                                                                              •    Ambience for overall personality growth.
    of examination and evaluation
                                                                              •    Excellent placement record.
•   To promote the spirit of entrepreneurship among the                       •    MOU with IMMT(CSIR), Sambalpur University, Infosys
    students of the University                                                     for Campus Connect Programme (CCP), WIPRO for
•   To foster close interaction with industries                                    Mission 10X, Hexaware for Centre for Excellence and
                                                                                   Mind Tree for Gyanbrukshya.
•   To realize and adopt social responsibilities

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•   TCS, WIPRO, Infosys, Hexaware, Mahindra & Mahindra,
                                                                              to e-journals and indexed databases like EBSCO, Science
    International Tractors Ltd. accredited institute and
                                                                              Direct, SCOPUS through INDEST.
    trusted academic partner of WIPRO.
•   Book Bank facility                                                                                 RECOGNITIONS
•   Open access library with reading facility round the clock.                •    All the eligible programmes are accredited /
•   Scholarship to meritorious and needy students
                                                                                   reaccredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA)
•   Continuous evaluation system of teaching-learning
                                                                                   AICTE, New Delhi.
    process.
•   Proactive proctorial system.                                              •    ITER is the corporate life member of the Institution of
•   University Ph.D. fellowship and specialized Ph.D.                              Engineers (India).
    programmes.                                                               •    MOU with IMMT (CSIR), Infosys for Campus Connect
•   Industry-Institute interaction through seminars, guest                         Programme (CCP), WIPRO for Mission 10X,
    lectures, study tours, consultancy and projects.                               Hexaware for Centre for Excellence and Mind Tree
•   Health Club (MULTIGYM), Indoor and outdoor extra                               for Gyanbrukshya, Germany
    curricular activities.
•   Social welfare initiatives in plantation of trees, blood
                                                                              •    TCS and WIPRO Accredited institute, trusted academic
    donation camp, and relief during natural calamities.                           partners.
•   NCC, NSS, Yoga, Sports, Art and Culture as extra-                                            ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
    curricular activities                                                     a)         Under Graduate Programmes :
•   JAGGO to help socially unprivileged kids.                                      i)      B.Tech (4 years)
•   Community Radio service to solve the socio-economic,
                                                                                   1. Civil Engineering
    cultural, educational & health problems of the people
    in the neighbourhood of university.                                            2. Computer Science & Engineering
•   Robotics club, photographic club, music club, dance                            3. Electrical Engineering
    club, quiz club, painting (Srishti) club to encourage                          4. Electronics & Communication Engineering
    creative activities amongst the students.                                      5. Electronics & Electrical Engineering
                        THE FACULTIES
                                                                                   6. Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering
    INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH
    Faculty of Engineering and Technology                                          7. Information Technology
    INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS & COMPUTER STUDIES                                       8. Instrumentation & Control Engineering
    Faculty of Management Studies                                                  9. Mechanical Engineering
    SCHOOL OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT                                                     10. Mechanical Engineering (Spl. in Automobile)
    Faculty of Hotel Management
                                                                                   (B.Tech Lateral Entry in above programmes) - 3 Years
    INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES & SUM HOSPITAL
    Faculty of Medical Sciences                                                    ii)     B.Architecture (5 years)
    INSTITUTE OF DENTALSCIENCES                                               b)         Post Graduate Programmes: M.Tech (2 years)
    Faculty of Dental Sciences                                                           Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Department
    SCHOOL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES                                                    1. VLSI Design & Embedded Systems
    Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences                                                   2. Microelectronics
    SUM NURSING COLLEGE                                                                  Civil Engineering Department
    Faculty of Nursing                                                                   3. Structural Engineering
    SOA NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF LAW
                                                                                         4. Geotechnical Engineering
    Faculty of Legal Studies
                                                                                         Electrical Engineering Department
       INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL
                                                                                         5. Power Electronics & Drives
     EDUCATION & RESEARCH (ITER)                                                         6. Energy Systems & Management
          (Faculty of Engineering & Technology)                                          Electronics & Communication Engineering Department
The Institute of Technical Education and Research (ITER),                                7. Communication System Engineering
was established in the academic session 1996-97, in                                      8. Digital Signal & Image Processing
Bhubaneswar. It has earned high recognition for its
qualitative technical and professional education. The                                    Electronics & Electrical Engineering Department
faculty members engage themselves sincerely in teaching,                                 9. Power Systems & Power Electronics
learning and research. They keep themselves abreast with                                 Information Technology Department
the development in critical areas of research in science
                                                                                         10. Computer Science & Informatics
and technology across the globe. The institute subscribes


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     Mechanical Engineering Department                                                                 RECOGNITIONS
     11. Thermal Science & Heat Power Engineering                             •    Coporate Partner with Mayfair Group of Hotels.
     12. Manufacturing Sciences & Engineering                                 •    Registered user institute for American Hotel and
     Computer Science & Engineering Department                                     Lodging Association.
                                                                              •    Member of Hotel and Resturant Association of Orissa
     13. Computer Science & Engineering
                                                                                   (HRAO).
     14. Computer Science & Data Processing                                                   ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
     15. Material Science & Technology                                        a)   Four year Bachelor degree in Hotel Management &
     16. Environmental Science & Technology                                        Catering Technology (BHMCT).
     17. Biotechnology                                                        b)   Three year Lateral Entry BHMCT
                                                                              c)   Two year Master degree in Hotel Management &
c) Master of Computer Application (M C A ) (3 years)                               Catering Technology (MHMCT).
d) Ph.D. Programmes In Engineering / Technology,                              d)   Ph.D. Programme
   Science, Humanities & Social Sciences.
                                                                                   INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES &
          INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS
                                                                                        SUM HOSPITAL (IMS & SH)
        & COMPUTER STUDIES (IBCS)                                                             (Faculty of Medical Science)
             (Faculty of Management Studies)                                  SUM Hospital was set up in 2003 to offer quality health
IBCS, established in the academic session 1997-98, offers                     services in the state. Subsequently IMS came up with MBBS
two year programme in Master of Business Administration                       programme since the academic session, 2007-08. SUM
(MBA) and two year programme in Master in Hospital                            Hospital, the state-of-the-art modern hospital, has 750
Administration (MHA). The institute is responsive to the                      beds, 150 cabins with multi-speciality facilities like
growing requirements of different sectors like                                Dialysis, CT scan, MRI along with ICU, ICCU, NICU, and
manufacturing, distribution, services, finance, networking                    PICU.
in both government and private organisations. In addition,                                             RECOGNITIONS
institute prepares and grooms professionals in important                      •  The Institute is approved by Medical Council of India,
areas of business administration and consultancy.                                Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
                      RECOGNITIONS                                            The IMS&SH has a number of departments as enlisted
•    Life member having ‘A’ grade ranking by AIMA.                            below:
•    Association with CII, FIEO, FICCI, and RAI.                              • Non-Clinical Departments – Anatomy, Bio-chemistry,
                                                                                 and Physiology.
•    Life Member of Association of Indian Management
                                                                              • Para-Clinical Departments – Preventive & Social
     Schools (AIMS).
                                                                                 Medicine, Pathology, Micro-Biology, Forensic Medicine,
•    Life Member of Indian Institute of Public                                   Pharmacology
     Administration.                                                          • Clinical Departments – Medicine, Paediatrics, Surgery,
•    Member of Institute of Directors and Computer                               Orthopaedics,        Obstetrics     &    Gynaecology,
     Society of India.                                                           Ophthalmology, ENT, Radiology, Chest and TB,
                                                                                 Psychiatry, Skin and VD and Anesthesiology.
                 ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
                                                                              • Super Speciality Departments - Cardiology,
a) MBA in specialised areas, viz., marketing management,                         Endocrinology, Nephrology, Gastroenterology, Plastic
   financial management, human resource management,                              Surgey,Uro surgery and Neuro surgery.
   systems management, retail management, risk and
   insurance management, aviation management, telecom                                        ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
   management, agri & rural management and                                    a) Five and half Year MBBS Programme including One
   communication & media management (2 years)                                    year rotating Housemenship.
b) Master of Hospital Administration (MHA) (2 years)                          b) PG programmes in non-clinical and para-clinical area
c) Ph.D. Programme                                                               are on the anvil.
                                                                              c) Ph.D. Programme
    SCHOOL OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT (SHM)
             (Faculty of Hotel Management)                                     INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES (IDS)
SHM, established in the academic session, 2004-05                                             (Faculty of Dental Sciences)
conducting courses in Hotel Management & Catering                             IDS established in the academic session 2006-07 with
Technology. Its flagship programme, the four year BHMCT                       well furnished state-of-the-art equipment, and instruments.
and two year Master degree in Hospitality and Tourism                         The institute has 200 fully automatic electrical dental chairs
Management boasts of a dynamic curriculum and has the                         with other advanced facilities. BDS programme is fully
mandate of the hospitality industry.                                          residential.

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                       RECOGNITIONS                                                             ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
•  The Institute is approved by Dental Council of India,                       a) Two Year M.Sc. in Industrial Bio-Technology
   Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.                 b) Ph. D Programme
                 ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES                                             SOA NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF LAW (SNIL)
a) Five Year BDS Course.                                                                          (Faculty of Legal Studies)
b) PG programme in Dental Sciences are on the anvil.                           The SOA National Institute of Law (SNIL) was started in
c) Ph.D. Programme                                                             the academic year 2010-11 for imparting quality education
SCHOOL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES (SPS)                                        in the field of law.
           (Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences)                                                         RECOGNITIONS
SPS, established in the academic session 2004-05 is                            The institute is recognised by Bar Council of India (BCI),
one of the leading schools of pharmaceutical sciences                          Govt. of India.
offering programme in pharmaceutical sciences and                                               ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
research. The institute has state-of-the-art laboratory,                       a)   Five Year B.A. LLB Programme
library, and infrastructure.                                                   b)   Five Year B.B.A. LLB Programme
                 ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES                                           c)   Five Year B.Sc. LLB Programme
a) Four Year B.Pharm Programme                                                 d)   Two Year LLM Programme
b) Three year Lateral Entry B.Pharm Programme                                  e)   Ph.D. Programmes
b) Two Year M.Pharm Programmes in :
    (i)   Pharmaceutics                                                              SOME OF OUR RECRUITERS
    (ii) Pharmaceutical Analysis and Quality Assurance                         VEDANTA                            ADANI GROUP
    (iii) Pharmacology                                                         TCS                                INFOSYS
    (iv) Pharma Technology                                                     WIPRO                              ZENSAR
    (v) Pharmacognosy                                                          SONALIKA INC.                      TVS MOTORS
c) Two year M.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry                                  PETRON ENGG.                       RSB GLOBAL
                                                                               HONDA MOTOR                        NOKIA SIEMENS NET
c) Ph.D Programmes
                                                                               A11 MINERAL ASIA                   L & T INT. ENGG SER.
       SUM NURSING COLLEGE (SNC)                                               MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA                ROHIT FERROTECH
                 ( Faculty of Nursing)                                         OCL INDIA LTD                      MAHINDRA SATYAM
SNC, established in the academic session 2004-05                               VIRAJ PROJECT                      TECH MAHINDRA
                                                                               MGM STEELS LTD.                    ERA GROUP
imparting quality education in nursing.
                                                                               DISCOVERTURE                       B/E AEROSPACE
                       RECOGNITIONS                                            BHUSHAN STEEL                      TRACTORS (I) LTD.
The Institute is approved by Indian Nursing Council, Ministry                  ACCENTURE                          RSB GLOBAL
of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India and Odisha                   VODAFONE                           ASHOK LEYLAND
Nurses and Midwifery Council, Govt. of Odisha.                                 AREVA                              ABN AMRO
                   ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES                                         ADITI                              ALLIANZ BAJAJ
a) Four Year B.Sc. in Nursing (Basic)                                          ARYA STEEL                         ASSURGENT TECHNOLOGIES
b) Three Year B.Sc. in Nursing (Post Basic)                                    ATOS ORIGIN                        AXIS BANK
c) Two Year M.Sc. in Nursing                                                   BAJAJ                              BRITANIA
    (Spl. - Medical & Surgical Nursing, Community Health                       CITI BANK                          COMPUTER SC. CORP.
    Nursing, Mental Health Nursing, Child Health Nursing                       COCA-COLA                          COLGATE PALMOLIVE
    & Obstetric & Gynecological Nursing)                                       CAPE GEMINI                        DR. REDDY’S LAB.
d) One Year Diploma in Critical Care Nursing                                   EXILANT CONSULTING(P)              GAIL
                                                                               GATI                               GLAXO INDIA
e) One Year Diploma in Operational Room Nursing
                                                                               HDFC BANK                          HEALTH MARK
f) Ph. D Programme
                                                                               HEXAWARE                           HONEY WELL
    CENTRE FOR BIO-TECHNOLOGY (CBT)                                            HP                                 IBM
         (Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences)                                  IFLEX SOLUTIONS                    IGATGE GLOBAL SOLUTION
The Centre for Bio-Technology was started in the academic                      INDIA BULLS SECURITIES LTD.        INDO AMERICAN SEEDS.
                                                                               INTEGRA MICROSYSTEMS               ISOFT
year 2007-08. The centre is well furnished with latest
                                                                               KOTAK SECURITIES                   L & T E-ENGG. SOLUTION
technical know-how, state-of-the art laboratories and has
                                                                               MARUTI UDYOG LIMITED               MASTEK
a well stocked library.                                                        MAX MEDITECH                       MAX-VALUE
                       RECOGNITIONS                                            MINDTREE                           MODI XEROX
•    ISO 9001:2000 Certification by URS, United Kingdom in                     NALCO                              NICHOLAS
     testimony to our commitment towards imparting quality                     OHPC                               PANASONIC
     professional education matching with aspirations of future                PEART ADVERTISING AGENCY           PERSISTENT SYSTEMS
     generation                                                                SASKEN                             SYNTEL
                                                                               SONY INDIA                         STANDARD CHARTERED BANK


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TATA MOTORS                        TCE                                            SIKSHA O ANUSANDHAN UNIVERSITY
UNICEF                             US TECHONOLOGY
SAPINET                            HCL                                               ADMISSION TEST–2011 (SAAT-2011)
DATA PATERN                        STEMCOR                                      Siksha O Anusandhan University Admission Test (SAAT),
HINDUSTAN MOTORS                   RENAULT                                      a National Level Entrance Test is conducted by Siksha O
SEPCOIII                           FORCE MOTOR                                  Anusandhan University every year to select bright students
TATA ELXSI                         ZENSAR                                       from different parts of our country. The test will be conducted
ZEN TECHNOLOGIES                   L&T EMSYS                                    for different programs offered in different constituent
ING VYASYA BANK                    TELCO                                        institutes of the university. SAAT-2011, the fourth season
UTTAM GALVA STEELS LTD.            TORRY HARRIS                                 of this entrance test and will be held on 14th May 2011 at
RELIANCE INFOCOM                   PARK PHARMA LTD.                             60 centers across 41 cities of India. The test is primarily a
L & T INFOTECH                     ACCLARIES                                    multiple choice type written test and the standard of the
BHARAT SERUMS & VACCINES           IND-SWIFT LAB. LTD.                          test is comparable with any other national level entrance
JAGSONPAL                          NODYSIS PHARMA PVT. LTD.                     test. The university abides by the government laws on
ALEMBIC                            MEDREICH LTD.                                reservation for women, physical handicapped, and SC and
UNICHEM                            CIPLA LABORATORIES
                                                                                ST candidates. Short listed candidates will be called to
AZIANT DRUG RES. PVT. LTD.         KOPRAN PHARMA. LTD.
                                                                                attend an open counselling for admission into various
AKUMS DRUGS & PHARM LTD.           SREECHEM PHARMACEUTICALS
                                                                                programs of the university. Another feature of this entrance
ALKEM LABORATORIES                 MEDOPHARM
                                                                                test is that the candidates with diploma in engineering/
IPCA                               LIVIN FORMULATIONS
                                                                                technology/ pharmacy and hotel management are eligible
FRESENIUS-KABI                     PALSONS DRUGS PVT. LTD.
STRIDES ARCOLAB LTD.               GLENMARK
                                                                                for admission into regular courses under lateral entry
CDSCO                              APOLLO HOSPITALS
                                                                                scheme.
CLINIGINE / BIOCON                 SYNCORP CLINCARE                             1.1. BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMMES :
CARE INST. OF MEDICAL SC.          ACADEMICS                                       i) Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) in different
CALL FOR CARE                      BOKARO STEEL PLANT                                   branches of engineering at ITER.
RPG LIFE SCIENCES                  NOUVEAU MEDICAMENT                             ii) Bachelof of Architecture (B.Arch.) at ITER
WOCKHARDT                          CIPLA                                          iii) Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
TROIKKA PHARMA                     EMCURE PHARMA                                        at IMS & SH.
IPCA LABORATORIES                  GROUP PHARMA LTD.                              iv) Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) at IDS.
ASTAMED HEALTHCARE                 BIODEAL PHARMA                                 v) Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm.) at SPS.
STAR WOOD                          GREEN PARK                                     vi) Bachelor of Hotel Management & Catering
OBEROI GRAND, IHHR                 ZURI, WHITE SANDS                                    Technology (BHMCT) at SHM.
IHHR                               ZURI, BANGALORE                                vii) Bachelor of Science (Basic B.Sc. & Post Basic
ROYAL ORCHID                       GINGER                                               B.Sc.) in Nursing at SNC.
RARE HOSPITALITY SERVICES          ITC                                            viii) B.A. LLB / B.Sc. LLB / BBA LLB at SNIL
COUNTRY INN                        OPTUS SAROVAR PREMIER                        1.2. MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMMES :
PARK HYATT                         SANGRILLA                                      a) Master of Technology (M.Tech.) in Electronics &
MAHINDRA FINANCE                   LINX SMART TECH. PVT. LTD.
                                                                                        Instrumentation Engineering Department, Civil
THE ROOF                           VEEYU HR SOLUTIONS
                                                                                        Engineering       Department,       Electronics       &
RANBAXY LAB. LTD.                  BHARATI AXA LIFE. INSURANCE
                                                                                        Communication Engineering Department, Electrical
K & A SECURITIES                   CEASEFIRE INDUSTRIES LTD.
                                                                                        Engineering Department, Electronics & Electrical
S TEL PVT. LTD.                    ALTITUDE
                                                                                        Engineering Department, Mechanical Engineering
RELIANCE HR PVT. LTD.              MASCOT SOLUTIONS
                                                                                        Department, Information Technology Department,
CYNDRAKE                           SHARON ENTERPRISE
JMT AUTO LTD.                      INDIA TODAY
                                                                                        Computer Science & Engineering Department,
SUPREME AUTOMOBILE                 BHARATI AIRTEL
                                                                                        Computer Science & Data Processing, Material
TATA INDICOME PVT. LTD.            RELIANCE MONEY                                       Science & Technology, Environmental Science &
HDFC STANDARD LIFE                 KOTAK SECURITIES LTD.                                Technology and Biotechnology at ITER.
                                                                                  b) Master of Computer Applications (MCA) at ITER.
       OUR PLACEMENT TRACK                                                        c) Master of Business Administration (MBA) at IBCS.
                         Percentage
                                                          94
                                                                                  d) Master of Hospital Administration (MHA) at
 100                         91       93        90
                   87                                                                   IBCS.
  80                                                                              e) Master of Hotel Management & Catering
                                                                                        Technology (MHMCT) at SHM.
  60    52
                                                                                  f) Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm) in Pharmaceutics,
  40                                                                                    Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Assurance,
  20
                                                                                        Pharmacology & Pharmacognosy at SPS.
                                                                                  g) Master of           Science (M.Sc.) in Industrial
   0                                                                                    Bio-technology at CBT.
       2005      2006       2007      2008     2009      2010

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     h) Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Pharmaceutical                                     test. For SC / ST and OBC candidates the limit is
        Chemistry at SPS                                                                minimum of 40% marks in Physics, Chemistry and
i)        Master of Science in Nursing (M.Sc. Nursing) in                               Biology (Botany and Zoology) taken together in the
          Medical & Surgical Nursing, Community Health                                  entrance test. For PH candidates the limit is
          Nursing, Mental Health Nursing, Child Health Nursing                          minimum of 45% marks in Physics, Chemistry and
          and Obstetric & Gynecological Nursing at SNC.                                 Biology (Botany and Zoology) taken together in the
                                                                                        entrance test. All candidates must pass in English.
j)        Master of Law (LLM) at SNIL.
                                                                                        Age Limit: The lower age limit is 17 year and the
1.3.      LATERAL ENTRY PROGRAMMES :
                                                                                        upper age limit is 25 year as on 31.12.2011. Further
          Under Lateral Entry (LE) scheme 10% of intake
                                                                                        provided that this upper age limit shall be relaxed by
          capacity of previous year in appropriate discipline
                                                                                        a period of 5 (five) years for the candidates of SC and
          and carry forward vacant seats of 1st year of
                                                                                        ST.
          Engineering / Pharmacy / Hotel Management / B.Sc.
                                                                                        d) B. Pharm
          Nursing will be filled up at the 2nd year level. These
          seats will be over and above the intake capacity.                             Pass or appearing at 10+2 examination (in the year
          (Refer - Appendix-XVIII)                                                      2011) with Physics and Chemistry along with one of
     a)   Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) in different                                 the following subjects: Mathematics / Biotechnology
          branches at ITER.                                                             / Computer Science / Biology.                      OR
     b)   Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm.) at SPS.                                       Pass in Diploma programme in Pharmacy with less
                                                                                        than 60% marks.
     c)   Bachelor of Hotel Management and Catering
                                                                                        e) BHMCT
          Technology (BHMCT) at SHM.
                                                                                        Pass or appearing at 10+2 examination (2011 ) in
     d)   Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B. Sc. Nursing) at
                                                                                        any discipline.
          SNC.
                                                                                        f) B.Sc. in Nursing (Basic)
2.        ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
                                                                                        Pass or appearing at 10+2 examination (in the year
2.1       For Bachelor Degree Programmes :
                                                                                        2011) with at least 45% marks in aggregate (English,
          a) B.Tech.
                                                                                        Physics, Chemistry & Biology taken together) and
          Pass or appearing (in the year 2011) at 10+2 or                               40% marks in aggregate for SC / ST and OBC
          equivalent examination with Physics & Mathematics                             candidates only.
          alongwith one of the following subjects : Chemistry /
                                                                                        Age Limit : The lower age limit is 17 years as on
          Computer Science / Biotechnology / Biology OR Pass
                                                                                        31.12.2011.
          in Diploma programme in Engineering / Technology
                                                                                        g) B.Sc. in Nursing (Post Basic)
          with less than 60% marks in aggregate.
                                                                                        Passed GNM examination, and registered with
          b) B.Arch.
                                                                                        concerned State Nursing Council. Candidate must
          Pass or appearing (in the year 2011) at 10+2 or
                                                                                        be a member of TNAI.
          equivalent examination with Physics & Mathematics
                                                                                        h) B.A. LLB, BBA LLB, B.SC. LLB
          alongwith one of the following subjects : Chemistry /
          Computer Science / Engineering Drawing / Biology                              Passed the 10+2 or equivalent in any stream with at
          with minimum 50% marks in aggregate OR Pass in                                least 45% marks. Relaxable to 40% in case of SC/
          Diploma programme in Architecture with less than                              ST. For B.Sc. LL.B candidates should have passed
          60% marks in aggregate.                                                       10 + 2 or equivalent in the science stream with at
                                                                                        least 45% marks and Relaxable to 40% in case of
          c) MBBS and BDS
                                                                                        SC/ST. Not completed 21 years of age as on 1st
          Pass or appearing at 10+2 examination (in the year
                                                                                        August 2011.
          2011) or any equivalent with Physics, Chemistry,
          Biology (Botany and Zoology) and English individually                  2.2    For Master Degree Programmes :
          and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks                                 a) M.Tech.
          taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology at                           Pass or appearing at B.E. / B.Tech / AMIE /MCA/M.Sc.
          the qualifying examination. In respect of the                                 in the respective discipline or equivalent. For M.Tech.
          candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes,                                     in Biotechnology, candidates having B.Tech./B.E. in
          Schedules Tribes and Other Backward Classes the                               Biotechnology or related fields / M.Sc. in Physics,
          marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology                              Chemistry, Biotechnology, Life Science or equivalent
          taken together in qualifying examination can be 40%                           / MBBS / B.Pharm./B.V.Sc. with Biology as a subject
          instead of 50% for General Candidates. For PH                                 at +2 level are eligible. Candidates having MCA
          candidates qualifying examination marks is 45% in                             degree are eligible for M.Tech in Comp. Sc. & Engg.,
          Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together. As                             Comp. Sc. & Data Processing, and those with M.Sc.
          per MCI & DCI guidelines candidates have to secure                            (Maths.) degree are eligible for M.Tech in Comp. Sc.
          at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology                          & Data Processing. Candidates with M.Sc.
          (Botany and Zoology) taken together in the entrance                           (Electronics) are eligible for M.Tech. in Electronics &

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    Communication Engineering and M.Tech. in                                       f) M.Sc. in Nursing
    Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering. M.Sc. in                            Passed B.Sc. Nursing (Basic/Post Basic)Degree with
    Computer Science and IT are eligible for M.Tech. in                            55% aggregate from a Institution recognized by
    Computer Science & Engineering and IT respectively.                            Indian Nursing Council with a minimum of one year
    A candidate with M.Sc. (Chemistry) / M.Sc.                                     experience either in teaching or clinical area but they
    (Environment Science) / B.Tech. (Environmental                                 should be registered in State Nursing Council as a
    Engineering) / B.Tech. (Civil Engineering) / B.Tech.                           Registered Nurse and Registered Midwife.
    (Mechanical Engineering) is eligible for M.Tech                                g) M.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry
    Environmental Science & Technology. For M.Tech.                                Pass or appearing (in the year 2011) at three year
    Material Science & Technology candidate must have                              Bachelor degree in Science with chemistry as one of
    M.Sc. (Physics) / M.Sc. (Chemistry) / B.Tech.                                  the subject from any recognised University.
    (Electronics & Communication Engg.) / B.Tech
                                                                                   h) LLM :
    (Electrical Engg.)
                                                                                   Passed Bachelor Degree in Law or studied
    GATE qualified candidates are exempted from the
                                                                                   Integrated Law Course or equivalent thereof, from
    entrance test, but they have to submit the filled up
                                                                                   any recognized University, securing 50% Marks in
    form.
                                                                                   aggregate.
    Admission into M.Tech. programmes will be done
    on the basis of performance in SAAT-2011 or GATE-                       2.3 For Lateral Entry Programmes :
    2011 and personal interview taken together. After                         a) Admission to 2nd year Degree Programme in
    the interview, a separate merit list will be prepared.                       Engineering, Pharmacy & Hotel Management for
                                                                                 Diploma holders :
    b) MCA
                                                                                 Pass or appearing (in the year 2011) at three year
    Pass or appearing (in the year 2011) at three year                           diploma course in Engineering / Pharmacy and Hotel
    Bachelor Degree in any discipline from any                                   Management respectively with at least 60% marks
    recognised University having Mathematics at 10+2                             in aggregate from State Council of Technical
    level or at +3 level.                                                        Education and Vocational Training (SCTE&VT),
    Candidates having Business mathematics at +2                                 Odisha or equivalent.
    or +3 level are not eligible.                                                For Pharmacy, pass or appearing (in the year 2011)
    c) MBA/MHMCT/MHA                                                             at two year diploma course in Pharmacy with
    Pass or appearing (in the year 2011) three year                              minimum 60% marks in aggregate from State Board
    Bachelor Degree in Science, Commerce and Arts/                               of Pharmacy (SBP) or SCTE&VT, Odisha, or
    B.E./B.Tech./MBBS/BHMS/BAMS/BDS/BPT/BHMCT/                                   equivalent.
    BBA/BCA examination or equivalent in 2011 from any                        b) Choice of Discipline:
    recognised University.                                                       Candidates having Diploma in Engineering indicated
    Candidate having a minimum composite score of                                under Column – I are eligible for admission into the
    500 in MAT or any other equivalent test are                                  corresponding discipline only mentioned under
    exempted from appearing SAAT-2011. They are                                  Column – II (Appendix - XVIII).
    required only to submit the filled up application                       NOTE: Candidates appearing at the qualifying
    form.Admission will be done on the basis of                                  examination (in the year 2011) may also apply. But,
    performance in SAAT-2011 or MAT followed by                                  they have to produce the pass certificate of the
    group discussion and personal interview (GD/PI),                             qualifying examination with pass mark in individual
    all taken together.                                                          appropriate subjects as mentioned for different
    d) M.Pharm.                                                                  programmes on the day of counselling, failing which
    Pass or appearing (in the year 2011) at B.Pharm                              the rank / position secured in the entrance
    examination from any recognized University. The                              Examination will stand cancelled automatically and
    candidate having valid GPAT score can apply.                                 they will have no claim for the admission as per
    GPAT qualified candidates are exempted from the                              the rank. The above mentioned clause is also
    entrance test, but they have to submit the filled up                         applicable for pass out candidates.
    form. Admission into M.Pharm programme will be                               e.g.: For B.Tech the candidate has to secure pass
    done on the basis of performance in SAAT-2011 or                             mark in each of the following subjects - Physics,
    GPAT-2011 and personal interview taken together,                             Chemistry and Mathematics.
    a separate merit list will be prepared.                                 3.   IMPORTANT DATES FOR ADMISSION TEST :
    e) M.Sc. in Industrial Biotechnology                                         Sale of Application Form            10.01.2011
    Pass or appearing (in the year 2011) at three year
                                                                                   Last Date of Sale of Form                     19.03.2011
    Bachelor degree in Science OR four year Bachelor course
    in Agriculture / Pharmacy / Veterinary / Engineering /                         Last Date of submission of Form 26.03.2011
    Technology / Medicine (MBBS/BDS) from any recongnised                          Date of Entrance Test                         14.05.2011
    University.                                                                    Publication of Result                         20.05.2011

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4.    AVAILABILITY OF APPLICATION FORM :                                         h) Please note that your name, your parents’ /
                                                                                    guardian’s name and your date of birth should exactly
   a) Application Form & Information Brochure of
                                                                                    be the same as in your High school or your first Board
      SAAT–2011 can be obtained in Person / by Post from
                                                                                    / Pre-University examination certificate. Deviation, if
      the SOA University, Khandagiri Square, Bhubaneswar
                                                                                    any whenever discovered, may lead to cancellation
      - 751030. Forms are also available at different
                                                                                    of your candidature.
      counters of the constituent institutes of the university.
   b) Application form & information brochure of                                 i) Your application must be complete in all aspects.
      SAAT–2011 can also be obtained from designated                                Incomplete application or application filled in a
      branches of Axis Bank, Syndicate Bank, Punjab                                 language other than English will be summarily
      National Bank & Central Bank of India (enlisted in                            rejected.
      Appendix-XIX).                                                             j) Options filled by you in the application form can not
   c) Application form & information brochure of                                    be changed at a later stage.
      SAAT-2011 is available at www.soauniversity.ac.in.                         k) It is suggested that you make a photocopy of the
      The candidate can take print out of application form ,                        application form before filling and use that first for
      fill it up neatly and send it by Post/courier alongwith a                     practice.
      Demand Draft of           750/- drawn in favour of
      SIKSHA O ANUSANDHAN UNIVERSITY,                                            l)   No reservation norms are applicable for Lateral
      Bhubaneswar, Payable at Bhubaneswar.                                            Entry (LE) admissions.
   d) Cost of one set of application form & information                       5.1     Name of the Candidate: (Item - 1)
      brochure is 750/- (in person by cash) and 800/- by                              Write your name in CAPITAL LETTERS as given in
      post in the form of a demand draft drawn in favour                              your original certificate of the High School or equivalent
      of SIKSHA O ANUSANDHAN UNIVERSITY,                                              examination in Black / Blue ball pen. Write a single
      Bhubaneswar, Payable at Bhubaneswar.                                            letter in each box. Within any one part of your name,
5.    INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING UP SAAT-2011                                           do not leave any blank box. Leave one and only one
      APPLICATION FORM :                                                              blank box between any two parts of the name. If your
   a) Please note down the six-digit application number                               name has several initials leave one blank after each
      for future reference. Read the instructions carefully                           of them. If it requires more than 35 boxes abbreviate
      before filling up the application form. Refer to the                            the middle name(s). Darken the appropriate circle
      sample filled in application form provided in this                              under each letter of the name.
      brochure.                                                               5.2     Reservation : (Item - 2)
   b) First write in capital letters the required information                         Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/PH category
      in rectangular boxes above the circles (wherever                                and seeking admission under reservation are
      provided) and then darken the appropriate circle                                required to darken the appropriate circles. Women
      underneath each letter. What you write in these boxes                           candidates should darken the corresponding circle.
      is only for your guidance and for verification that you                         General candidates are required to darken the
      are darkening the correct circle.                                               corresponding circle. Candidates can opt for
   c) The application form will be processed on OMR.                                  multiple choices.
      Therefore, darken the circles carefully using HB pencil                         Category                                         Code
      or blue / black ball pen only. Please see the illustration                      General                                          GE
      on the application form to learn how to darken the
                                                                                      Scheduled Caste                                  SC
      circles.
   d) If you wish to change a marking, erase the darkened                             Scheduled Tribe                                  ST
      circle completely and then darken the appropriate                               Women                                            WO
      circle. This is possible if you are using a pencil.                             Other Backward Classes                           OBC
      Otherwise, you can use white correction fluid for                               Physical Handicaped                     PH
      covering the wrongly darkened circle.
                                                                              5.3     Course Category (Item-3) (Only for Diploma holders)
   e) Do not scribble, smudge, cut, tear, or wrinkle the
      application form. Do not put any stray marks any where                          Candidates who have passed / appearing diploma
      on the application form.                                                        (in 2011) and wish to take admission under lateral
                                                                                      entry scheme in Engineering / Pharmacy and Hotel
   f) Do not write or mark on the Barcodes.
                                                                                      Management need to darken appropriate circle.
   g) Your photograph, signature and address are to be
                                                                              5.4     Nationality: (Item - 4)
      scanned by machine that recognizes only good quality
      images, and from the specified areas of the form.                               Darken the appropriate circle.
      Therefore paste a good black and white photograph                       5.5     Gender: (Item - 5)
      taken not more than two months earlier, and write                               Darken the appropriate circle.
      your address and sign in black / blue ball pen only.

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5.6  Course: (Item - 6)                                                         FOR ADMISSION TO M.TECH PROGRAMME
     Enter the appropriate course code in the boxes                             Course                                                  Code
     provided at the top and darken the corresponding                           Electronics & Instrumentation Engg.                      40
     circles below them against the programme code                              Biotechnology                                            41
     (given below) that you want to appear. (e.g
                                                                                Civil Engineering                                        42
     Engineering, Medical, Dental, Nursing, Pharmacy,
     MBA, MCA, Lateral entry, etc. in a particular discipline                   Computer Science & Engineering                           43
     or possible combinations). Candidates are required                         Computer Science & Data Processing                       44
     to opt for only one course code. For example, if you                       Electrical Engineering                                   45
     are appearing for engineering, only darken the circle                      Electronics & Communication Engineering                  46
     01. If you are appearing for both the Engineering and
     Pharmacy, darken circle 07. Examination time table                         Electronics & Electrical Engineering                     47
     will not permit other combinations of programmes.                          Information Technology                                   48
     As per eligibility criteria, Diploma holders are                           Mechanical Engineering                                   49
     required to apply either for First Year admission                          Environmental Science & Technology                       50
     or Second Year admission but not for both. If two                          Material Science & Technology                            51
     applications are received from one Diploma holder
                                                                                FOR ADMISSION UNDER LATERAL ENTRY                       SCHEME
     then both will be rejected.
                                                                                (ONLY FOR DIPLOMA DEGREE HOLDERS) :
COURSE CODE FOR ADMISSION TO FIRST YEAR
PROGRAMMES :                                                                    Course                                                   Code
 Course                                            Code                         Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering                    61
 Engineering only                                   01
                                                                                Civil Engineering                                            62
 Medical only                                       02
 Dental only                                        03                          Computer Science & Engineering                               63
 Pharmacy only                                      04                          Electrical Engineering                                       64
 Architecture only                                  05
                                                                                Electronics & Electrical Engineering                         65
 Engineering & Medical                              06
 Engineering & Dental                               07                          Electronics & Communication Engineering                      66
 Engineering & Pharmacy                             08                          Information Technology                                       67
 Medical & Dental                                   09
                                                                                Instrumentation & Control Engineering                        68
 Medical & Pharmacy                                 10
 Dental & Pharmacy                                  11                          Mechanical Engineering                                       69
 Engineering, Medical & Dental                      12                          Pharmaceutical Sciences                                      70
 Engineering, Medical & Pharmacy                    13
 Engineering, Dental & Pharmacy                     14                          Hotel Management & Catering Technology                       71
 Medical, Dental & Pharmacy                         15                        5.7    Mother Tongue : (Iterm - 7)
 Engineering, Medical, Dental & Pharmacy            16
                                                                                     Use the language codes given below to indicate your
 Engineering, B.A. LLB, B.Sc. LLB & BBA LLB         17                               mother tongue and darken the appropriate circle.
 Engineering & Architecture                         18
                                                                                 Language             Code          Language           Code
 B.Sc. Nursing (Basic)                              19
 B.Sc. Nursing (Post Basic)                         20                           Assamese               01          Odia                10
 BHMCT                                              21                           Bengali                02          Punjabi             11
 B.A. LLB, B.Sc. LLB & BBA LLB                      22
 MCA                                                23                           English                03          Sanskrit            12
 MBA                                                24                           Gujarati               04          Sindhi              13
 MCA & MBA                                          25                           Hindi                  05          Tamil               14
 MHA                                                26
 MHMCT                                              27                           Kannada                06          Telugu              15
 MBA, MHA & MHMCT                                   28                           Kashmiri               07          Urdu                16
 M.Pharm                                            29
                                                                                 Malayalam              08          Others              17
 M.Sc. in Industrial Biotechnology                  30
 M.Sc. in Nursing                                   31                        5.8    Date of Birth: (Item - 8)
                                                                                     Enter the date, month and year of your birth as per
 M.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry                  32
                                                                                     the english calendar and as recorded in your School/
 LLM                                                33
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      Board/ Pre-University examination certificate. Use                         b) P.G. Programme: Those who have already passed
      numerals 01 to 31 for DATE, abbreviations JAN, FEB                            Bachelors Degree or an equivalent qualifying
      etc. for MONTH, and the last two digits of the YEAR of                        examination should indicate the year of passing and
      birth. For example, if born on 23rd JANUARY 1990                              darken the appropriate circle.
      the date should be entered as follows: 23 JAN 90.                          c) Lateral Entry: Those who have already passed
      Darken the appropriate circle in each column.                                 Diploma examinations should indicate the year of
5. 9 Choice of Examination Centres: (Item-9)                                        passing and darken the appropriate circle.
      The following table gives a list of the numerical codes
      of the places where centres for the SAAT – 2011 will                       d) Those who are appearing at the qualifying
      be located. Select three different places in order of                         examination in 2011 should darken the circles
      your preference. Enter the appropriate codes in the                           corresponding to 2011.
      boxes provided at the top and darken the
                                                                              NOTE: Results (Mark sheets and Provisional Certificate)
      corresponding circles below them. The first
                                                                              of qualifying examination has to be produced at the time of
      preference must be entered under column-I and the
                                                                              counselling. Without the final result of the qualifying
      second and the third preferences under column-II &
                                                                              examination, a candidate is not eligible to participate in the
      III respectively.
                                                                              counselling.
Note: The University reserves the right of cancelling or
reallocating any examination centre.                                          5.11 Percentage of Marks: (Item - 11)
                                                                                 a) Write the actual percentage of aggregate marks
    TENTATIVE LIST OF SAAT – 2011 CENTRES WITH                                      obtained in the 10th Class / Equivalent examination
                    CENTRE CODE                                                     under column I.
                   INSIDE ODISHA
                                                                                 b) Write the actual percentage of aggregate marks obtained
 Place                    Code Place                       Code                     in the qualifying examination under column II if the results
 ANGUL                      11     KEONJHAR                  21                     are available. Otherwise leave it blank. Enter only integer
 BALASORE                  12      KORAPUT                   22                     part of the percentage of marks and ignore the decimal
                                                                                    point. For example 76.15, 76.56 or 76.90 be taken as 76
 BARGARH                   13      NAYAGARH                  23
                                                                                    only. Darken the appropriate circles against each entry.
 BARIPADA                  14      PURI                      24
                                                                              5.12 Photograph: (Item - 12)
 BHAWANIPATNA              15      RAYAGADA                  25
                                                                                     Paste (do not staple) a recent good quality black and
 BERHAMPUR                 16      ROURKELA                  26                      white photograph of size 3 cm x 4 cm taken not more
 BHADRAK                   17      SAMBALPUR                 27                      than two months earlier. It is expected that the
 BHUBANESWAR               18      SUNDARGARH                28                      candidate will have the same appearance at the time
                                                                                     of examination and counselling as in this photograph.
 BOLANGIR                  19      PHULBANI                  29                      Incase your appearance changes, you are required
 CUTTACK                 20 KENDRAPARA                      30                       to bring two new photographs at the time of
                       OUTSIDE ODISHA                                                examination. Do not sign on the photograph and do
 AGARTALA                  31      KHARAGPUR                 41                      not get it attested.
                                                                                     NOTE: Photograph should not be larger than the
 BOKARO                    32      KOLKATA                   42
                                                                                     space provided in the box for pasting it. Keep four
 BENGALURU                 33      LUCKNOW                   43                      more copies of the same photograph, to be required
 CHANDIGARH                34      MUMBAI                    44                      at the time of counselling.
 CHENNAI                   35      NAGPUR                    45               5.13 Complete Mailing Address: (Item - 13)
 DURGAPUR                  36      PATNA                     46                      Write the complete postal address to which any
 DELHI                     37      RAIPUR                    47                      communication is to be sent till August 2011. The
                                                                                     address must include your name, C/O name if
 GUWAHATI                  38      RANCHI                    48
                                                                                     required and other details including the PINCODE
 HYDERABAD                 39      VARANASI                  49                      for the mail to reach you. Indicate phone number, if
 JAMSHEDPUR                40      VIJAYAWADA                50                      any, with STD code. Please note that this block will
                                   VISHAKAPATNAM             51                      be machine scanned and therefore, it should be
                                                                                     written very clearly in black I blue ball pen only (not in
5.10 Year of Qualifying Examination: (Item - 10)
                                                                                     pencil). If you make any mistake, cover the whole box
  a) (For Engineering / Architecture / Medical / Dental /
                                                                                     with an exact size white paper slip and write your
     Nursing / Pharmacy / HMCT / Law) : Those who have
                                                                                     address on it. You may also paste a typed address
     already passed 10+2 or an equivalent qualifying
                                                                                     slip inside the box. Your address must not overflow
     examination should indicate the year of passing and
                                                                                     this box.
     darken the appropriate circles.

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5.14 Signature: (Item - 14)                                                   5.22 For M.Tech / M.Pharm / MBA (Item - 22)
     Put your usual signature in black / blue ball pen within
                                                                                        Candidates applying for M.Tech. & M.Pharm.
     the box provided. Your signature must not overflow
                                                                                        programmes as required to indicate whether or not
     or touch the border of the box provided. Your signature
                                                                                        they have qualified GATE/GPAT by darkening the
     establishes your identity. Hence, do not merely write
                                                                                        appropriate circle. Candidates applying for MBA with
     your name in capital letters. This may lead to rejection
                                                                                        valid MAT Score are required to indicate by
     of your application.
                                                                                        darkening the appropriate circle.
5.15 Left Hand Thumb Impression (Item -15)
     Put your Left Hand Thumb Impression in the specified                     5.23      VALID GATE / GPAT / MAT Score : (Item - 23)
     box.
                                                                                        Write your valid GATE / GPAT / MAT score in the space
5.16 Board of Qualifying Examination: (Item - 16)
                                                                                        provided. Darken the appropriate circle against
     Darken the appropriate circle.
                                                                                        each digit.
5.17 Mobile Number : (Item– 17)
     Write your 10 digit mobile number in the space                           5.24      Parents’ I Guardian’s Total Annual Income : (Item-24)
     provided. Darken the appropriate circle against each digit.
                                                                                        Darken the appropriate circle.
5.18 Phone Number including STD Code: (Item - 18)
     Write your phone number, if there is any, with STD                       5.25      Place of Residence: (Item - 25)
     code, on which you can be contacted or a message
     can be left for you. Darken the appropriate circles                                Darken the appropriate circle.
     below the phone number.                                                  5.26 Declaration by the Candidate: (Item - 26)
5.19 Name of the Parents I Guardian (if required) : (Item - 19)
                                                                                        The candidate must sign the declaration in black /
     Write the name of one of your parents or guardian
                                                                                        blue ball pen. The place and date should also be
     exactly as in your 10th class or equivalent certificate,
                                                                                        entered into. Two signatures: the one below the
     if given. Write the name of your father and mother if
                                                                                        declaration and the other in the box below your
     no name is given in the 10th certificate, write a single
                                                                                        photograph, should be identical. Applications
     letter in a box. Within any initial of the name, do not
                                                                                        without signatures or with different signatures at
     leave any blank box. Leave one and only one blank
                                                                                        the two places will be treated as incomplete and
     box between any two initials of the name. Darken the
                                                                                        rejected. The declaration by the candidate must be
     appropriate circle under each letter of the name. If
                                                                                        countersigned by parent(s) / guardian. Write the
     the name has several initials, leave one blank after
                                                                                        name of Parents / Guardian in the space provided.
     each of them.
                                                                              5.27      Enclosures with the Application Form :
5.20 Relationship: (Item - 20)
                                                                                        You have to enclose only the acknowledgement card
     Indicate your relationship with the parents / guardian                             duly filled up with appropriate stamp pasted.
     named in item 18 by darkening the appropriate circle.
                                                                                        SHOULD NOT enclose any copies of certificates/
5.21 Residence/State: (Item - 21)
                                                                                        mark sheets / appendix forms with the application
State Name               Code        State Name           Code                          form.
Andhra Pradesh             01        Maharashtra            16                6.        SUBMISSION OF FILLED IN APPLICATION FORM :
Arunachal Pradesh          02        Manipur                17                          Application form duly filled in, should be sent by
Assam                      03        Meghalaya              18                          Registered Post / Speed Post / Courier service to
Bihar                      04        Mizoram                19                          The Director (Admissions), Siksha O Anusandhan
                                                                                        University, Khandagiri Square, PO:- Khandagiri,
Chhattisgarh               05        Nagaland               20                          Bhubaneswar, Pin – 751030, Orissa, India, so as
Delhi                      06        Odisha                 21                          to reach on or before 26.03.2011.
Goa                        07        Pondicherry            22                     a)   Hand-delivery of forms (drop box) at University
Gujarat                    08        Punjab                 23                          Office and ITER is accepted.
Haryana                    09        Rajasthan              24                     b)   Any application received after the due date will not
                                                                                        be considered.
Himachal Pradesh           10        Sikkim                 25
                                                                                   c)   The university will not be responsible for any postal
Jharkhand                  11        Tamil Nadu             26
                                                                                        delay or irregularity or loss in postal transit of the
Jammu & Kashmir            12        Tripura                27                          application form.
Karnataka                  13        Uttar Pradesh          28                     d)   The incomplete application form of any sort shall
Kerala                     14        Uttarakhand            29                          be summarily rejected.
Madhya Pradesh             15        West Bengal.           30                     e)   The Candidates are advised to keep a photocopy
                                     Any Other              31                          of the filled in application form for future reference.


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     f)   The Candidate is required to write the name of the                       d)    Candidates are required to take their respective
          programme on top of the envelop containing the                                 seats at least 15 minutes before the
          application form.                                                              commencement of the examination, strictly
                                                                                         according to the sitting chart notified earlier by the
     g)   In no case the application form should be stapled /
                                                                                         Centre Superintendent.
          pinned / tagged or folded. The candidates sending
          their application by post should duly fill up the                        e)    In no case a candidate shall be allowed to enter
          acknowledgement card, affix postage stamp of                                   the examination hall after the examination starts.
          denomination 6/- and enclose the same inside
          the envelope meant for submission of application                         f)    Attendance will be taken by the invigilators on the
          form.                                                                          Attendance Roll sheets provided by the Director
                                                                                         (Admissions), with full signature of candidates
     h)   A single application form is sufficient for any                                against their Roll Numbers, 15 minutes before the
          possible combination of courses to be opted. Do                                commencement of examination. During the
          not send extra / duplicate forms which will be                                 examination the candidates have to enter against
          rejected.                                                                      their Roll Number, the Application Number and the
     i)   Not more than one set of application form shall be                             Answer Sheet Serial Number on the Attendance Roll
          submitted in one envelope. If the envelope contains                            sheets, which shall be verified by the invigilators.
          more than one application form, the whole content
          will be rejected.                                                        g)    No candidate will be allowed to leave the hall without
                                                                                         surrendering his/ her question booklet and answer
     j)   Any correspondence in future, should mention the                               sheet until the examination is over. Ordinarily no
          application number printed below the bar code of                               candidate shall be allowed to leave the hall
          the application form.                                                          temporarily during the examination.
7.        ISSUE OF ADMIT CARD:                                                     h)    Candidates suffering from any disease which
                                                                                         renders their presence in the examination hall
     a)   Admit cards will be dispatched around 15 days
                                                                                         undesirable in the interest of other candidates will
          before the date of examination. If an applicant does
                                                                                         not ordinarily be allowed to enter the examination
          not receive the admit card ten days before the
                                                                                         hall. Candidates are not allowed to have substitute
          examination he/she can download the duplicate
                                                                                         writers.
          admit card from our university website.
                                                                                   i)    Candidates should bring their own black / blue ball
     b)   If a candidate does not receive or loses his / her
                                                                                         pens, HB pencils for writing and blackening the
          admit card, the Centre Superintendent may issue
                                                                                         circles. Books, printed papers (other than their Admit
          him / her a duplicate admit card on receiving 50/-
                                                                                         Cards), manuscripts, or electronic gadgets such
          (Rupees Fifty only) with an application written by
                                                                                         as mobile phones, cell phones and electronic diary
          the candidate and two attested recent passport size
                                                                                         calculators etc, should not be taken into the
          photographs of the candidate identical with the
                                                                                         examination hall.
          photograph pasted on the original application. Two
          numbers of the duplicate admit cards will be                             j)    The candidates are advised to inspect the question
          prepared by the Centre Superintendent; one of them                             booklet and answer sheet about its completeness
          will be issued to the candidate and the other is to                            before attempting to answer. In case page/pages
          be sent along with the answer books, to the Director                           are found missing, torn or not in order, the
          (Admissions). No complaints will be entertained                                candidates should immediately report to the
          for non receipt of admit cards after SAAT – 2011                               invigilator and get a fresh question answer book
          Examination is over.                                                           issued after surrendering the defective ones.
     c)   Candidates must preserve the admit card till the                         k)    Candidates are not permitted to talk to each other
          admission process is over.                                                     in the examination hall. No one should receive any
                                                                                         help from or assist another in any manner.
8.        RULES FOR ENTRANCE EXAMINATION :
                                                                                         Malpractice in any form detected during or after the
     a)   The SAAT – 2011 will be held as per the scheduled                              examination would entail not only cancellation of
          date and time mentioned, at different centres.                                 candidature but also more severe punishment as
                                                                                         deemed fit by the SAAT – 2011 committee.
     b)   The medium of examination is English.
                                                                                   l)    A candidate should write his/her roll number as
     c)   The examination hall shall be opened to the
                                                                                         assigned in his/her admit card and sign in the space
          candidates half an hour before the examination
                                                                                         provided in the question booklet and answer sheet.
          commences. No candidate will be allowed to enter
                                                                                         He/she should on no account write anywhere in
          into the examination hall without a valid original /
                                                                                         the answer sheet his/her own name, roll number
          duplicate admit card.

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      or any thing else that is not strictly connected with                  EXAMINATION PROGRAMME :
      the answers to the question given. Writing of any                      The SAAT – 2011 will be held on 08.05.2011 as per
      such thing or a false Roll Number is a serious                         following programme.
      offence. The answer sheet without the candidate’s                                         1st Sitting                           2nd Sitting
      roll number clearly written in the space provided                         9.00 AM to 11.00 AM   12.00 Noon to 1.00 PM       2.30 PM to 4.30 PM
      will not be examined.
                                                                               Physics & Chemistry                             Biology/Lateral Entry - II/
 m)   A candidate wishing to say anything should stand                           BHMCT / MCA /                Mathematics           B. Architecture /
      up in his/her seat and remain standing until the                           Lateral Entry - I                            B.Sc.Nursing(Post Basic)/
      invigilator attends to him/her. He/she should on no                                                                         MBA/MHA/MHMCT/
                                                                                                                                   M.Tech./M.Pharm./
      account leave the seat or make any noise to draw
                                                                                                                                  M.Sc. Nursing /
      the invigilator’s attention.
                                                                                                                              M.Sc. Industrial Biotech./
 n)   In any other matter not provided in these rules, the                                                                    Pharmaceutical Chemistry
      Centre Superintendent is empowered to take                                                                                BA, B.Sc., BBA LLB /
      necessary decisions.                                                                                                              LLM
                                                                             10.EXAMINATION PROCEDURE:
9.    SUBJECTS FOR APPEARING AT SAAT – 2011                                  There will be multiple choice questions. The number of
PROGRAMME         SUBJECTS / APPENDIX                  NO. OF                questions will be sixty (60) per each hour of examination.
                                                     QUESTIONS               Each question shall have four probable answers with only
B.Tech           Physics & Chemistry                    120                  one is correct answer; and the examinee shall have to
                 Mathematics (Appendix-I)               60                   blacken only the correct circle with HB pencil or black /
MBBS / BDS/ Physics & Chemistry                         120                  blue ballpoint pen. Each correct answer shall fetch four
B.Sc. Nursing Biology (Appendix-I)                      120                  marks whereas each incorrect answer will lead to
B.Sc. Nursing Syllabus in Appendix-XII                  120                  deduction of one mark. Each unanswered question will
(Post Basic)                                                                 fetch zero. If more than one circle is darkened for one
                 Physics & Chemistry                      120                question, it will be treated as an incorrect answer and one
B.Pharm.         Mathematics                              60                 mark will be deducted.
                 or Biology (Appendix-I)                  120                10.1     Wrong / Correct ways of Marking:
B. Arch.         Syllabus in Appendix - XVI               120                Each question is followed by answers, which have
                 Reasoning,Service Aptitude,                                 numbers A B C and D. Select the correct answer. Then by
                 General English,General                                     using HB pencil or black / blue ball pen darken the circle
BHMCT            Knowledge,General Science,               120                bearing the correct answer in the answer sheet against
                 Numerical Aptitude. (App-VI)                                the corresponding number of the question. The wrong and
LLB              Syllabus in Appendix - XIII              120                correct method of answering is illustrated below.
LLM              Syllabus in Appendix - XIV               120
                                                                             Wrong & Correct Methods of showing your answer.
                 Mathematics & Computer
MCA                                                       120
                 Awareness (Appendix-V)
M.Tech           Syllabus in Appendix - X                 120
                 General English, Verbal &
                 Analytical Reasoning,
MBA / MHA /      Comprehension,                           120
MHMCT            Computer & Management
                 Fundamentals (Appendix-VII)
M.Pharm          Syllabus in Appendix - VIII              120
M.Sc. Industrial Physics, Chemistry, Math
                                                          120
Biotech.         Biology (Appendix - IX)
M.Sc. Nursing Syllabus in Appendix - XI                   120
M.Sc. Pharma Syllabus in Appendix - XV                    120
Chemistry
Lateral Entry Paper-I                                     120
(B.Tech)         Paper-II (Appendix - II)                 120                11.      MERIT LIST :
Lateral Entry Paper-I                                     120
                                                                                      Separate merit list for all qualifying candidates shall
(Pharmacy)       Paper-II (Appendix - III)                120                         be prepared on the basis of SAAT – 2011 results in
Lateral Entry Paper-I                                     120                         the following manner.
(BHMCT)          Paper-II (Appendix - IV)                 120                   a)    One for candidates seeking admission to
                                                                                      Engineering / Technology degree courses on the

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       basis of marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and                               laid down by other satutory bodies, the candidates
       Mathematics. One merit list for B. Architecture.                                admission will be cancelled. He/She cannot claim
 b)    One for candidates seeking admission to MBBS /                                  for the same in court of law. Hence, candidates
       Dental degree course on the basis of marks                                      are requested to make sure that the fulfill all the
       obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.                                     criteria before seeking admission.
 c)    One for candidates seeking admission to Pharmacy                       13.      RESERVATION POLICY:
       degree course on the basis of marks obtained either                    13.1     8% and 12% seats in all programmes are reserved
       in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or in                                     respectively for candidates belonging to Schedule
       Physics, Chemistry and Biology, whichever is higher.                            Caste and Schedule Tribe by birth (not by marriage
 d)    One for candidates of diploma streams (discipline                               or adoption). OBC candidates are only eliglible for
       wise and according to subject grouping) seeking                                 relaxation in marks in MBBS/BDS/Nursing
       admission under Lateral Entry scheme to                                         programmes only.
       Engineering and Technology, Pharmacy, and Hotel                        Note : Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe persons who have
       Management & Catering Technology courses.                                     migrated from their state of origin to another state for
 e)    One for candidates seeking admission to MCA                                   the purpose of seeking education, employment etc.,
       Courses.                                                                      will be deemed to be Scheduled Caste / Tribe of state
 f)    One for candidates seeking admission to BHMCT                                 of their origin and will be entitled to derive benefits
       Courses.                                                                      from the state of origin and not from the state to which
 g)    One for candidates seeking admission to B.Sc.                                 they have migrated. (Vide Govt. India Letter No. BC/
       Nursing Courses.                                                              160 14.1.82 SC & BCD / dated 22nd Feb., 1985). Thus,
 h)    One for candidates seeking admission to B.Sc. LLB,                            SC/ST candidates from Orissa who are staying
       B.A. LLB, B.B.A. LLB. courses.                                                outside the state have to produce SC/ST certificate
 i)    One for candidates seeking admission to LLM.                                  from the competent authority of Orissa State during
                                                                                     counselling.
       In addition, separate merit lists will also be drawn
       for candidates qualifying under each of the                                     Separate merit lists will be drawn up for each reserved
       reservation categories. Each qualified candidate                                category. If eligible candidates belonging to one
       shall be given a rank card.                                                     reserved category are not available, seats can be filled
12.    ADMISSION RULES AND PROCEDURE:                                                  up by the candidates belonging to the general category.
12.1   The reservation policy will be followed as specified                   13.2     Candidates applying for SC/ST reserved category shall
       in article 13.                                                                  furnish SC/ST certificate from the Tahasildar of the place
                                                                                       of birth at the time of counselling in the format given in
12.2   Admission is strictly based on merit rank and choice
                                                                                       the Counselling Brochure.
       of the candidate with respect to course given during
       the counselling.                                                       13.3      3% seats are reserved for physical handicapped (PH)
                                                                                       candidates for admission to engineering / technology
12.3   Candidates will be called for counselling as per the
                                                                                       / MBA / MCA / HMCT / Pharmacy / Nursing / Law /
       schedule to be dispatched along with the rank card.
                                                                                       Biotechnology courses and candidates are eligible
12.4   During Counselling all certificates in original will be                         to be considered under Physically Handicapped
       verified. For records of the Institutes, a set of attested                      Catagory for admission to these courses with 40%
       copies of the certificates and mark sheets etc. will                            disabilities in consonance with section-39 of the
       be collected during counselling.                                                Persons with Disabilities (Equal opportunities,
12.5   A candidate selected through the counselling for a                              Protection of Rights and full participation) Act, 1995.
       course is admitted and registered as a student of                               3% of total MBBS / BDS seats are reserved for
       SOA University automatically. The student receives                              candidates with Locomotory disability of lower limbs
       a registration number and a university registration                             between 50 to 70%. For any unfilled seats in this
       card.                                                                           3% quota shall be filled up by persons with
12.6   Candidates who do not receive the SAAT – 2011                                   locomotors disability of lower limbs between 40 to
       rank card or have lost the rank card can get a                                  50%. Candidates applying for PH reserved category
       duplicate rank card from SAAT – 2011 Cell, on                                   shall have to furnish a medical certificate from a
       payment of 200/- in the form of a Demand Draft                                  medical board constituted under the chairmanship
       drawn in favour of SIKSHA O ANUSANDHAN                                          of Dean, Institute of Medical Science & SUM
       UNIVERSITY, Bhubaneswar, payable at                                             Hospital (IMS & SH) with senior professors of the
       Bhubaneswar.                                                                    Institute of Medical Science & SUM Hospital (IMS &
       NOTE : At any time during the course of study in                                SH) and Director (Admissions) of SOA University or
       the university, if it is found that the student is not                          his representative(s) at the time of counselling in
       satisfying the minimum eligibility criteria for                                 format given in the Counselling Brochure. The board
       admission into a particular course as prescribed                                should be certify that they are eligible to be
       by the SAAT-2011 information brochure and rules                                 categorized as physically handicapped candidates

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       with capable of undergoing each part of the                                     be intimated through the counselling brochure to all
       requirements for Engineering / Medical studies. The                             the merit listed candidates. It will also be published
       decision of the Medical Board will be final &                                   in our website and in the notice board at the
       binding. They SHOULD NOT, therefore, submit                                     counselling venue.
       along with the application form any medical                             14.     CHOICE OF DISCIPLINE :
       certificate to the effect that they are physically
                                                                                       Selection for admission will be strictly on the basis
       handicapped.
                                                                                       of rank secured in the merit list subject to the
       Visual handicapped and hearing disabled                                         availability of seats in the disciplines at the time of
       candidates are not eligible as stipulated by Medical                            counselling for admission.
       Council of India.
                                                                                       A candidate failing to report for counselling on the
13.4 30% of seats in all the programmes are reserved
                                                                                       date and time prescribed will not be given chance
       for women candidates.
                                                                                       subsequently under any circumstances.
13.5a) Seats available under general category in any course
       are those available after deduction of the number of                   15.      FEE STRUCTURE ( )
       seats pertaining to the reserved categories from the                     B.Tech. / B.Arch.                                 1,70,000/- p.a.
       total number of seats available for that particular                      Lateral Entry B.Tech                              1,50,000/- p.a.
       course.
                                                                                M.Tech / MCA                                      1,30,000/- p.a.
  b) For admission into a programme a candidate
       belonging to categories 13.1, 13.3 and 13.4 can also                     MBBS (Nine semesters)                             2,75,000/- p.s.
       compete under general category provided he/she                           BDS                                               1,95,000/- p.a.
       satisfies all conditions of eligibility for the same. At                                      (1st Year)                          2,50,000/-
       the time of counselling for admission, a candidate                       MBA
                                                                                                     (2nd Year)                          2,30,000/-
       figuring in the merit list for both reserved and general
       categories may first exercise his/her option for the                                          (1st Year)                            75,000/-
                                                                                MHA/ MHMCT
       institute and discipline for admission under reserve                                          (2nd Year)                            70,000/-
       category. A candidate who forgoes his / her option                       B.Pharm / Lateral Entry B.Pharm                        60,000/- p.a.
       under reserved categories is entitled to exercise his/
                                                                                M.Pharm                                           1,30,000/- p.a.
       her option subsequently for the institute and
       discipline for admission according to his/her merit                      M.Sc. in Industrial Bio-Tech.                       90,000/- p.a.
       position under general category.                                         BHMCT / Lateral Entry BHMCT                            60,000/- p.a.
  c) If a candidate does not report during scheduled date                       B.Sc. Nursing (Basic & Post Basic)                     35,000/- p.a.
       / hour of counselling, he/she will be treated as an                      M.Sc. Nursing                                          70,000/- p.a.
       absentee and no seat will be kept reserved for him/
       her. A candidate failing to report for counselling will                  B.A. LLB/ B.Sc. LLB/BBA LLB                            70,000/- p.a.
       not be permitted to participate in the counselling                       LLM                                                    75,000/- p.a.
       subsequently under any circumstances.                                    Institute Caution Money (one time)                          5,000/-
  d) If all the seats belonging to ST reserved category                                         Establishment Fee                      28,000/- p.a.
       are not filled up due to non-availability of candidates
                                                                                HOSTEL          Utility Charges                         4,500/- p.a.
       belonging to ST category, such vacant seats may
       be filled up by candidates belonging to SC category.                     FEES            Caution Money (One time)                    2,500/-
       If all the seats belonging to SC reserved category                                       Total Hostel Fees                          35,000/-
       are not filled up due to non-availability of                             Transportation Fees                                    10,000/- p.a.
       candidadates belonging SC category, such vacant
       seats may be filled up by general category.If all the                  p.a. : Per Annum & p.s. : Per Semester
       seats belonging to PH reserved category are not                        University will provide laptop and blazers for B.Tech.,
       filled up due to non-availability of candidates                        B.Arch., and MBA programme only. For MBBS programme
       belonging to PH category, such vacant seats may                        two semesters fees will be collected at the beginning of
       be filled up by candidates belonging to general                        each academic year.
       category.                                                              N.B. : (a) Hostel fees excludes the mess charge. The mess
  e) Seats reserved under women category will be filled                       charges will be approximately 2000/- p.m (as per actual).
       up by general category candidates in case the same                     The hostel fees is applicable for current academic session.
       are not filled up.                                                     This will be reviewed and notified in subsequent years.
  (f) No reservation norms are applicable for lateral                         (b) Registration fee of 2000/- per trimester/semester/
       entry admissions.                                                      annual towards examination, for all programmes which will
                                                                              be diposited at the time of trimester/semester/annual
Note : In case of any change in the percentage of reservation
                                                                              examination.
       of seats/reservation criteria mentioned in the clause
                                                                              (c) At the time of counselling the candidates are required
       above on the basis of guidelines from MHRD it will
                                                                              to pay an initial amount of 30,000/- (non-refundable) in

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the form of a demand draft in favour of “Siksha O                               k.    Bank Draft: A fee of 30,000/- (non-refundable) in
Anusandhan University”, payable at Bhubaneswar. The                                    the form of a demand draft drawn from any
draft should be drawn from any nationalised bank. The                                  nationalized bank in favour of Siksha O Anusandhan
balance amount has to be paid at the time of admission at                              University, Bhubaneswar, payable at Bhubaneswar.
respective institutes in form a demand draft in favour of                        n.   Any other relevant certificate as mentioned in this
“Siksha O Anusandhan University”. Hostel and                                           Brochure.
Transportation fees are to be paid in separate drafts. The                       o.   Two sets of photocopy of all original documents.
annual admission fees has to be paid by the student by                           p.   Four recent passport size coloured photographs
15th of July every year, failing which penalty as to be notified                 q.   Caste Certificate in the prescribed format.
from time to time be imposed.
                                                                              17.      ENQUIRY REGARDING ADMISSION:
16.    COUNSELLING - CUM - ADMISSION:                                                  Information regarding admission may be obtained
      The counselling of qualified candidates shall be held                            from the University, SAAT – 2011.
      in the university campus / ITER Campus. The exact                                Ph. : +91-674-2350216 / 2350180 / 2350181
      schedule of counselling shall be intimated later to                              Fax : +91-674-2351217 / 2351880
      the qualified candidates along with their rank cards.
                                                                                       Website: www.soauniversity.ac.in
      Counselling and seat allocation will be purely on
      merit basis i.e. based on the performance in the                                 e-mail: saat@soauniversity.ac.in
      Entrance Examination. Counselling Schedule will                         Note : All enquiries and correspondence with SAAT–2011
      be published in the website on the day of declaration                   authorities must bear the candidate’s Application number.
      of result. Candidates have to attend the counselling                    After receiving the admit card the candidate should also
      as per the schedule. Verification of original                           quote the Roll No. allotted to him/her in the correspondence,
      documents would be done at the time of counselling                      if any. Telephonic enquiry will be attended between 3.00PM
      / admission, so as to verify records of identification,                 to 5.00PM on all working days.
      age, qualifying examination and category of                             18.      LEGAL JURISDICTION:
      candidates. The university shall fill up 35% of seats                            All disputes pertaining to the conduct of SAAT –
      through AIEEE (B.Tech.),15% through AIPMT (MBBS                                  2011 shall fall within the jurisdiction of Bhubaneswar
      / BDS) and 15% NRI in lieu of management quota                                   only. The Director (Admissions), SAAT-2011, SOA
      (these candidates must be qualified in SAAT-2011                                 University shall be the authorized person in whose
      or any equivalent State/National level Entrance Test).                           name the University may sue or may be sued. If any
      Rest of the seats will be filled up through                                      person or officer engages himself / herself in act(s)
      SAAT– 2011.                                                                      that would result in the leakage of the question
      For lateral entry, the university shall fill up 10% of                           paper(s) or attempt to use or help in the use of
      seats in each branch of B.Tech (except Architecture                              unfair means in this Examination, he / she shall be
      Engineering), B.Pharm and BHMCT through                                          liable to prosecution under the Indian Penal Code.
      counselling over and above the sanctioned strength.
      The university reserves the right to fill up the vacant                                           Appendix - I
      seats, if any, in any discipline on a suitable basis as                    SYLLABUS FOR (ENGINEERING / MBBS/ BDS /
      approved by the competent authority of the university.                             PHARMACY / NURSING)
ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS TO BE BROUGHT ON THE DAY OF                                                          (A) PHYSICS
THE COUNSELLING - CUM - ADMISSION.
                                                                              UNIT – I : GENERAL PHYSICS AND MEASUREMENT
 a.    Admit card of SAAT - 2011                                              S I units, Fundamental and derived units. Least count,
 b.    Rank Card of SAAT – 2011                                               Errors, Significant figures. Vernier calipers and screw
 c.    Original Date of Birth Certificate / 10th certificate                  gauge, Determination of g bysimple pendulum, Young’s
                                                                              modulus by Searle’s method, Specific heat of a liquid by
 d.    Original School / College Leaving Certificate
                                                                              calorimeter, focal length of a concave mirror and a convex
 e.    +2 Certificate                                                         lens by u-v method, Speed of sound by resonance column,
 f.    +2 Mark Sheet and 10th Mark Sheet                                      Verification of Ohm’s law by voltmeter and ammeter, and
 g.    Diploma Certificate (for Lateral Entry Candidates)                     specific resistance of the material of a wire by meter bridge
                                                                              and post office box. Dimensions of Physical quantities,
 h.    Diploma Mark Sheet (for Lateral Entry Candidates)                      dimensional analysis and its applications.
 i.    Bachelor’s Degree Certificate (for MCA / M.Tech. /                     UNIT – II : MECHANICS
       M.Pharm. / M.Sc. Nursing / M.Sc. Phrama- Chemistry,                    Frame of reference. Motion in a straight line: Uniform and
       M.Sc., M.Sc. Bio-tech./MBA/MHA/MHMCT)                                  non-uniform motion, average speed and instantaneous
 j.    Bachelor’s Degree Mark Sheet (for MCA / M.Tech. /                      velocity. Uniformly accelerated motion, velocity-time,
       M.Pharm. / M.Sc. Nursing / M.Sc. Phrama- Chemistry,                    position-time graphs, relations for uniformly accelerated
       M.Sc., M.Sc. Bio-tech./MBA/MHA/MHMCT)                                  motion. Scalars and Vectors, Vector addition and
                                                                              Subtraction, Zero Vector, Scalar and Vector products, Unit

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Vector, Resolution of a Vector. Relative Velocity, Motion in a                electric field. Electric flux, Gauss’s law and its applications.
plane, Projectile Motion, Uniform Circular Motion. Force                      Electric potential and its calculation for a point charge,
and Inertia, Newton’s Law of motion; Momentum, Impulse,                       electric dipole and system of charges; Equipotential
Conservation of linear momentum and its applications,                         surfaces, Electrical potential energy of a system of two
Equilibrium of concurrent forces. Static and Kinetic friction,                point charges in an electrostatic field. Conductors and
laws of friction, rolling friction. Dynamics of uniform circular              insulators, Dielectrics and electric polarization, capacitor,
motion: Centripetal force and its applications. Work done                     parallel plate capacitor with and without dielectric medium
by a constant force and a variable force; kinetic and                         between the plates, Energy stored . Electric current, Drift
potential energies, work-energy theorem, power. Potential                     velocity, Ohm’s law, Electrical resistance, Resistances of
energy of a spring, conservation of mechanical energy,                        different materials, V-I characteristics of Ohmic and
conservative and non-conservative forces; Elastic and                         nonohmic conductors, Electrical energy and power,
inelastic collisions. Centre of mass of a two-particle                        Electrical resistivity, Colour code for resistors;
system and of a rigid body; Rotational motion; moment of                      resistors,Variation of resistance. Electric Cell and its
a force, torque, angular momentum, conservation of                            Internal resistance, potential difference and emf of a cell,
angular momentum and its applications; moment of                              combination of cells in series and in parallel. Kirchhoff’s
inertia, radius of gyration. Values of moments of inertia for                 laws and their applications. Wheatstone bridge, Metre
simple geometrical objects, parallel and perpendicular                        bridge. Potentiometer- principle and its applications.
axes theorems and their applications. Rigid body rotation,                    UNIT – VII : MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF CURRENT AND
equations of rotational motion. Laws of gravitation.                          MAGNETISM
Acceleration due to gravity, Kepler’s laws of planetary                       Biot - Savart law and its application. Ampere’s law and its
motion. Gravitational potential energy; gravitational                         applications, Force on a moving charge in uniform
potential. Escape velocity. Orbital velocity, Geo-stationary                  magnetic and electric fields. Cyclotron. Force on a current-
satellites.                                                                   carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field. Force
UNIT - III : PROPERTIES OF MATTER                                             between two parallel current carrying conductors. Torque
Elastic behaviour, Stress-strain relationship, Hooke’s. Law,                  experienced by a current loop in uniform magnetic field;
Young’s modulus, bulk modulus, modulus of rigidity.                           Moving coil galvanometer, its current sensitivity and
Pressure due to a fluid column; Pascal’s law and its                          conversion to ammeter and voltmeter. Current loop as a
applications. Viscosity, Stokes’ law, terminal velocity,                      magnetic dipole and its dipole moment. Bar magnet as
streamline and turbulent flow, Reynolds number.                               an equivalent solenoid, magnetic field lines; Earth’s
Bernoulli’s principle and its applications. Surface energy                    magnetic field and magnetic elements. Para, dia and ferro
and surface tension, angle of contact, application of                         magnetic substances Magnetic susceptibility and
surface tension. Heat, temperature, thermal expansion;                        permeability, Hysteresis, Electromagnets and permanent
specific heat capacity, calorimetry; change of state, latent                  magnets.
heat. Heat transfer, Newton’s law of cooling.                                 UNIT – VIII : ELECTRO-MAGNETISM
UNIT –IV : THERMAL PHYSICS                                                    Faraday’s law, Lenz’s Law, Eddy currents. Self and mutual
Thermal equilibrium, Zeroth law of thermodynamics,                            inductance. Alternating currents, peak and rms value of
concept of temperature. Heat, work and internal energy.                       alternating current/ voltage; reactance and impedance;
First & Second law of thermodynamics: reversible and                          LCR series circuit, resonance; Quality factor, power in AC
irreversible processes. Carnot’s engine and its efficiency.                   circuits, wattless current. AC generator and transformer.
Equation of state of a perfect gas, work done on                              Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics.
compressing a gas. Kinetic theory of gases - assumptions,                     Electromagnetic spectrum. Applications of e.m. waves.
concept of pressure. Kinetic energy and temperature: rms                      UNIT – IX : OPTICS
speed of gas molecules; Degrees of freedom, Law of                            Reflection and refraction of light at plane and spherical
equipartition of energy, applications to specific heat                        surfaces, mirror formula, Total internal reflection and its
capacities of gases; Mean free path, Avogadro’s number.                       applications, Deviation and Dispersion of light by a prism,
UNIT –V : WAVE MECHANICS                                                      Lens Formula, Magnification, Power of a Lens,
Simple harmonic motion (S.H.M.), oscillations of a spring,                    Combination of thin lenses in contact, Microscope and
Simple pendulum,forced and damped oscillations,                               Astronomical Telescope(reflecting and refracting),
resonance. Wave motion. Longitudinal and transverse                           magnifying powers.
waves, speed of a wave. Displacement relation for a                           Wave optics: wavefront and Huygens’ principle,
progressive wave, superposition and reflection of waves,                      Interference, Young’s double slit experiment and
Standing waves in strings and organ pipes, fundamental                        expression for fringe width, coherent sources and
mode and harmonics, Beats, Doppler effect in sound.                           sustained interference of light.
UNIT – VI : ELECTRICITY                                                       UNIT-X : MODERN PHYSICS
Electric charges: Conservation of charge, Coulomb’s law;                      Dual nature of radiation. Photoelectric effect, Hertz and
superposition principle and charge distribution. Electric                     Lenard’s observations; Einstein’s photoelectric equation;
field: Electric field due to a point charge, Electric dipole,                 particle nature of light.Matter waves, de Broglie relation.
Electric field due to a dipole, Torque on a dipole in a uniform               Davisson-Germer experiment. Alpha-particle scattering

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                                                                              Equilibrium : Reversible reaction, Laws of mass action,
experiment; Rutherford’s model of atom; Bohr model,
                                                                              Equilibrium constant Kp, Kc and their relation. Its
energy levels, hydrogen spectrum. Composition and size
                                                                              application to ammonia synthesis and dissociation of HI,
of nucleus, atomic masses, isotopes, isobars; isotones.
                                                                              Decomposition and thermal dissociation, Solubility
Radioactivity-alpha, beta and gamma particles/rays and
                                                                              product, Common ion effect, Ionic product of water, pH
their properties; radioactive decay law. Mass-energy
                                                                              Hydrolysis of salt, Buffer solution.Theory of acid and base.
relation, mass defect; binding energy per nucleon and its
                                                                              Kinetics : Rate of reaction, Factors affecting the rate, Rate
variation with mass number, nuclear fission and fusion.
                                                                              constant, Order and Molecularity of a reaction, Simple zero
UNIT – XI : ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND COMMUNICATION
                                                                              and First order reaction, Half life period, Arrehnious
SYSTEMS
                                                                              equation and Activation Energy.
Semiconductors; semiconductor diode: I-V characteristics;
diode as a rectifier; I-V characteristics of LED, photodiode,                 Types of Chemical Reaction : Neutralisation and oxidation
solar cell and Zener diode; Use of Zener diode,Junction                       - Reduction reaction, Equivalent weight, Normality, Molarity
transistor, transistor action, characteristics of a transistor;               and Molality, Oxidation number, Balancing chemical
transistor as an amplifier (common emitter configuration)                     reactions, Ion electron reactions involving KMnO4, K2Cr2O7,
and oscillator. Logic gates (OR, AND, NOT, NAND and                           Na2S2O3, oxalate etc.
NOR). Transistor as a switch. Propagation of                                  UNIT – VII : ELECTRO CHEMISTRY
electromagnetic waves in the atmosphere; Sky and space                        Electrolysis, Electrical Conductivity, Faraday’s laws,
wave propagation, Need for modulation, Amplitude and                          Kohlaurash law, Galvanic cell, Cell reaction, Nernst
Frequency Modulation, Bandwidth of signals, Bandwidth                         equation, Standard electrode potential, Electro chemical
of Transmission medium, Basic Elements of a                                   series e.m.f. of simple cells.
Communication System (Block Diagram).                                         UNIT – VIII : NON-METALS
                    (B) CHEMISTRY                                             Group study, Preparation, Properties and uses of elements
UNIT – I : ATOMS AND MOLECULES                                                of compounds of hydrogen (ortho and para hydrogen,
Symbols, Valency, Atomic mass, Molecular weight,                              isotopes of hydrogen, D2O and H2O2). Allotropes of carbon,
Avogadro’s hypothesis, Mole concept, Determination of                         Silicones, Silicon carbide, Nitrogen family (NH3and HNO3).
equivalent weight of zinc and copper, Atomic mass by                          Oxygen and sulphur family (O2, H2S, SO2, H2SO4, contact
Dulong Petit’s method and Molecularmass by Victor                             process), Halogens, Hydrogen halides and Interhalogen
Mayor’s method.                                                               compounds.Zero group elements (properties & uses).
UNIT – II : GENERAL BEHAVIOUR OF MATTER                                       UNIT – IX : NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY
Solid State : Characteristics, Classification,Solubility,                     Radio activity, Group displacement law, Half-life period,
Melting points, Crystal structure of simple ionic                             Carbon dating, Nuclear Fission and Fusion.
compounds.                                                                    UNIT – X : METALS AND METALLURGY
Liquid state : Characteristics, Boiling and Freezing points,                  Occurrence of metal, Metallurgy ores, flux, slag
Viscosity, Surface tension, Osmosis, Raoult’s law,                            calcinations, roasting, smelting (by reduction of oxides)
Lowering of vapour pressure, Depression of freezing                           and refining. General trends in the characteristics,
points, Elevation of boiling points.                                          principles of extraction of Na, Mg, Ca, Al, Cu and Fe and
Gaseous State : Gas laws, Kinetic model of gases, ideal                       their oxides, hydroxides, chlorides, nitrates and sulphates.
gas equation, Vanderwaal’s equation, Average root mean                        UNIT – XI : ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
square and most probable velocities.                                          Introduction, Functional Groups, Nomenclature,
UNIT-III: STRUCTURE OF ATOMS AND MOLECULES                                    Isomerism, Polymerisation, sp3, sp2, sp hybridization,
Fundamentals particles and their properties, Rutherford                       Preparation and properties of simple alkanes, alkenes,
and Bohr models of atom, Atomic structure, Energy levels,                     alkynes and monohalogen derivaties.Preparation and
Shell and Sub-shells, s,p and d orbitals, Quantum                             properties of alipathic nitro paraffins, types of alipathic
numbers,Pauli’s exclusion principle, Aufbau-principle,                        amines, Preparation and properties of simple primary
Hund’s rule, Electronic configuration of atoms.                               amines. General methods of preparation, properties and
UNIT-IV : CHEMICAL BONDS                                                      uses of alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids,
Ionic, Covalent, Coordinate and Hydrogen bond,                                esters,acid, chlorides and amides.
Hybridisation- SP3, SP2, and SP, Shapes of molecules,                         Aromatic Compounds : Aromaticity, Aromatic substitution,
Molecular Orbital Theory.                                                     Addition and Oxidation reactions, phenol, Reimer-Tiemann
UNIT – V : PERIODIC CLASSIFICATION                                            reaction, benzaldehyde (by Etard’s reaction), Cannizarro’s
Periodic table and periodic laws, s, p, d and f block                         reaction, benzoic acid.
elements, Periodicity in properties such as atomic and                        Bichemistry : Biological importance of organic compounds
ionic radii, Dalton’s atomic theory, Laws of chemical                         such as carbohydrates, amino acids, proteins, lipids and
combination, lonisation energy, Electro negativity and                        nucleic acids (only by metabolic process).
Oxidation state.                                                              Industrial Chemistry : General idea on fertilizers,
UNIT – VI: CHEMICAL ENERGETICS, EQUILIBRIUM AND                               pesticides, polymers (nylon, Terylene, neoprene, bunas
KINETICS                                                                      pvc, Teflon bakelite) and medicine-analgesic, antipyretic,
Energetics: Internal energy, Enthalpy, Heat of reaction,                      antibiotic and antiseptic (structure and preparation not
Bond energy, Hess’s law, Idea on enthalpy and free energy.                    required).
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                  (C) MATHEMATICS                                             3. d2y/dx2= f (x) and applications to motions in a straight
UNIT – I : LOGIC                                                              line.
Statement, Negation, Implication, Converse, Contra-                           UNIT – X : PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
posititves, Conjuction, Disjunction, Truth Table.                             Average (mean, median and mode). Dispersion (standard
UNIT – II : ALGEBRA OF SETS                                                   deviation and variance), Definition of probability, Mutually
Set operation, Union, Intersection, Difference, Symmetric                     exclusive events, Independent events, Addition theorem,
difference, Complement, Venn diagram, Cartesian product                       conditional probability, Bayes Theorem.
of sets, Relation and functions, Composite function,                          UNIT – XI : COMPUTER AND COMPUTING
Inverse of a function, Equivalence relation, Kinds of function.               Computer arithmetic, decimal, binary, octal, hexadecimal
UNIT – III : NUMBER SYSTEM                                                    and their conversion and operation, Simple programmes
Real numbers (algebraic and order properties, rational                        in BASIC.
and irrational numbers), Complex numbers, Algebra of                                                    (D) BIOLOGY
complex numbers, Conjugate and square root of a complex                                                      BOTANY
number, Cube roots of unity, De Moivre’s theorem with
                                                                              UNIT–I : HISTORY
simple application. Permutations and combinations-
simple applications, Mathematical induction, Binomial                         History, botanical studies, branches of botany, brief
theorem.                                                                      classification of plant kingdom. Scope of Botany, cell
UNIT – IV : DETERMINANTS AND MATRICES                                         Biology, cell theory.
Determinants of third order, Minors and cofactors,                            UNIT–II : PLANT CELL
Properties of determinants, Matrices upto third order, Types                  Structure of typical plant cell, cell wall and cell membrane,
of matrices, algebra of matrix, adjoint and inverse of matrix,                protoplasm - physical and chemical nature, cell organelle
Application of determinants and matrices to the solution                      - structure and functions, nucleus, Iysosomes, golgi
of linear equations (in three unknowns).                                      bodies,       plastids,     ribosomes,           mitochondria,
UNIT – V : TRIGNOMETRY                                                        chromosomes, spherosomes, Important compounds of
Compound angles, Multiple and Submultiple angles,                             cell, water, amino acids, carbohydrates, fats, nucleotides,
Solution of trigonometric equations, Proeperties of                           nucleic acids.
triangles, Inverse circular function, Sum and product of                      Cell inclusions, physical and chemical nature and
sine and cosine functions.                                                    functions of enzymes, vitamins and hormones, mode of
UNIT – VI : COORDINATE GEOMETRY OF TWO AND THREE                              enzyme action, cell cycle, Mitosis; Meiosis.
DIMENSIONS                                                                    UNIT–III : COMPLEXITIES OF PLANT LIFE
Cartesian system of rectangular co-ordinates in a plane,                      Meristematic tissues, permanent, simple and complex
distance formula, section formula, locus and its equation,                    tissues, Internal structure of dicot and monocot systems
translation of axes, slope of a line, parallel and perpendicular              and roots, Internal structure of Isobilateral and Dorsiventral
lines, intercepts of a line on the coordinate axes, straight                  with functions of different tissues, Normal, secondary
lines.                                                                        growth in dicot stems.
Distance and Division formulae, Direction cosines and                         UNIT–IV : MORPHOLOGY OF ANGIOSPERMS
direction ratios, Projection, Angle between two planes,                       Normal and Modified stems, roots and leaves,
Angle between a line and a plane. Distance of a point from                    Inflorescence, Flower and its parts, floral diagram and
a line and a plane. Equation of a sphere - general equation).                 floral formula, pollination, fertilization, fruits.
UNIT – VII : VECTORS                                                          UNIT–V : TAXONOMY OF FLOWERING PLANTS
Fundamentals, Dot and cross product of two vectors, Scalar                    Principle and units of classification (species, genus,
triple product, Simple applications (to geometry, work and                    family), knowledge of important families and their economic
moment).                                                                      importance.
UNIT – VIII : DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS                                           UNIT–VI : CONTINUITY OF PLANT LIFE
Concept of limit, Continuity differentiability and derivative                 Genetics (elementary knowledge), mitosis and meiosis
of standard functions, Successive differentiation (simple                     and their significance, principle of Mendel’s law of
cases), Leibnitz theorem, Partial differentiation (simple                     inheritance, monohybrid and dihybrid ratio, concept of
cases), Derivative as a rate measure, Maxima and Minima,                      gene, elementary idea of gene action, evolution, evidence,
Indeterminate forms, Geometrical application such as                          theories and mechanism of evolution, variation and
tangent and normals to plane curves.                                          mutation, role of mutation in agriculture, origin of species.
UNIT – IX : INTEGRAL CALCULUS                                                 UNIT–VII : MICROORGANISMS AND DIVERSITIES OF PLANT
Standard methods of integration (substitution, by parts, by                   LIFE : Elementary idea and economic importance of virus,
partial fraction, etc), Definite integrals and properties of                  bacteria, fungi, algae and lichen, elementary idea of
definite integrals. Areas under plane curves. Differential                    gryophytes, pterodophytes and gymnosperms.
equations (only simple cases)                                                 UNIT–VIII : PROCESSES IN PLANTS
1. dy/dx = f (x)                                                              Absorption and transport of water and minerals,
2. dy/dx = f (x) .g(y)                                                        transpiration, stomatal mechanism, life energy and ATP,
                                                                              respiration and fermentation, photosynthesis, elementary

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idea of protein synthesis, growth, reproduction, movements                    UNIT–IX : CONTROL AND COORDINATION IN MAN
(with special reference to geotrposim and phototropism).                      Nervous system-central, peripheral and autonomic sense
UNIT–IX : ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY                                               organs, endocrine system, Mechanism of Hormone action.
Man and his environment, biotic community, ecological                         UNIT–X : TYPES OF REPRODUCTION
adaptations (hydrophytes and xerophytes).                                      Asexual, binary & multiple fission, budding, cellular
UNIT–X : BOTANY AND HUMAN WELFARE                                             growth, re-generation, ageing.
Agricultural crops - Brief description and economic                           Sexual reproduction in man - male & female reproductive
importance of crop plants like rice, gram (green gram)                        system, menstrual cycle.
Jute, groundnut, sugarcane, and potato.                                       UNIT–XI : GENETICS
UNIT–XI : COMMON PLANT DISEASES                                               Chromosomes and heredity: heredity and viriation,
control of blight in rice, rot of sugarcane, forestry, genetic                mendelian principle, laws of heredity, chromosomes,
conservation and crop improvement.                                            Interaction of genes, chromosomal variation.
UNIT–XII: GENETIC ENGINEERING AND BIOTECHNOLOGY                               UNIT–XII : EVOLUTION
Recombinant DNA, gene library, transgenic plants,                             Origin of life Anatomical, embryological biochemical,
fermentation, bakery, antibiotics, monochloral antibodies.                    palaentological, and biogeographical evidences of
                          ZOOLOGY                                             evolutions, Darwin’s theory of natural selection, modern
UNIT–I : ANIMAL WORLD                                                         synthetic theory.
Definition, scope and branch of zoology. Species concept,                     UNIT–XIII : ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY
bionomical nomenclature, classification, scientific name of                   Meaning of ecology environment, habitat and niche,
some common animals: Fishes-rohu, bhakura, mrigal,                            biosphere and ecosystem, ecological adaptations,
Amphibians-frog, toad, Reptiles-houselizard, garden lizard,                   biodiversity.
crocodile, turtle, snakes-cobra, krait, birds-fowl. peacock,                  Environmental Pollution - Source, effects and control of
pigeon, mammals-tiger, lion, elephant, cat, dog, cow, rabbit                  air, water and sound pollution, deforestation, global
& man.                                                                        warming, climate change.
UNIT–II : DIVERSITY OF LIFE: KINGDOM-PROTASIA                                 UNIT–XIV : COMMON HUMAN DISEASE
General characters of the phylum, protozoa, Classification -                  Non communicable diseases - Diabetes & cardiac
amoeba, entamoeba, paramoecium, euglena, trypanosoma,                         diseases. Communicable diseases like, amoebiasis,
plasmodium.                                                                   filariasis, malaria (Mode of inflection- pathogens,
Kingdom-animalia : Concept of body plan, symmetry, coelom,                    prevention and treatment).
germ layershomeothermic and poikilothermic animals.                           UNIT – XV : DEFENCE MECHANISM OF BODY
General characters of Non-chordata like - porifera,                           Cells, Immune system and their function, immune
coelenterata, platy helminthes, nematahelminthes,                             deficiency in AIDS.
annelida, arthopoda, mollusca, echinodermata &                                UNIT – XVI : WILD LIFE CONSERVATION
hemichrhordata.                                                               Importance of wild life, Causes of extinction, threatened
UNIT–III : MULTI CELLULARITY IN ANIMALS                                       species - endangered, vulnerable and rare species,
Animal tissues - Types- epithelial, connective (details about                 conservation of wild life.
blood and lymph), muscular & nervous- organs & organ
systems.
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UNIT–IV : LOCOMOTION                                                                SYLLABUS FOR LATERAL ENTRY (B.TECH)
Locomotory organelles in protozoans, hydra, annelid, brief                                       PAPER – I
account of joints and muscles in movement of man, modes                       This paper is common to all the disciplines, except
of nutrition - Nutrition in amoeba.                                           Pharmacy and HMCT.
Digestive system of man - Structure and function of alimentary                UNIT-I : BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERISNG
canal associated glands, physiology of digestion and                          Electrostatics, electromagnetism & electrodynamics :
absorption.                                                                   Coulomb’s Law, Gauss theorem and its applications in
UNIT–V : TYPES OF RESPIRATION                                                 calculating the field intensity, potential gradient due to spherical,
Structure and function of respiratory system in .man :                        cylindrical and plane charges. Calculation of capacitance of
Respiratory organs, mechanics of pulmonary resipiration,                      spherical, coaxial, cylindrical and parallel plate condensers,
plunomary exchange of gas, transport of gases, glycolysis                     dielectrics, energy stored in and electric field.
& Kreb’s cycle, respiratory quotient.                                         Circuital Law of magnetism, magnetic field intensity and
UNIT–VI : DIGESTIVE SYSTEM                                                    flux density due to a long straight conductor, solenoid.
Organs, Digestion & absorption.                                               Ferromagnetic material in a magnetic field, permeability
UNIT–VII : TYPES OF CIRCULATION                                               B-H curves, cyclic magnetisation and hysteresis. Idea of
Open circulation, closed circulatory system in man:                           magnetic circuit, mmf and reluctance, calculation of simple
Structure of Heart, cardiac cycle, arteries, veins, capillaries,              magnetic circuits, effect of leakage.
portal system, coronary circulation, blood pressure,                          Faraday’s law of electrodimagnetic induction, e.m.f in a
respiratory pigments, group and coagulation.                                  conductor and a coil moving in a magnetic field. Self and
UNIT–VIII : EXCRETORY REPRODUCTION IN MAN                                     mutual, inductance series parallel combination, energy
Structure and function of kidney.                                             stored in magnetic field.
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D.C. Circuits: Idea of d.c. circuits, power and energy in                     dependence and independence, solution of homogeneous
electric circuits, reduction of electric network by series,                   and non-homogenous systems.
parallel and star-delta conversion, representation of                         Norms and products, Gram-schemidt Process, projection
voltage source and current source, Kirchoff laws and their                    matrix, eiegenvalues, eigenvectors, symmetric and simple
application to solve electrical circuits by branch and loop                   matrix, System of linear differential equations the
current method and nodal method.                                              homogenous case.
A.C. Circuits: Alternating current voltage, different wave                    Vectors: Vector algebra, vector differentiation, vector
forms, average value, effective value and form factor.                        operator del, gradient, divergence, curl, integral theorem.
Sinusodial voltage and current., amplitude, frequency and                     UNIT-III : ENGINEERING MECHANICS
phase, addition and substraction of A.C. quantities, phasor                   Statics: System of co-planer forces - Condition for
diagram, complex representation of sinusoidal quantities,                     equilibrium- concept of free body diagrams - Methods of
reactance, impedance and admittance, simple series and                        solution of engineering problems, problem with friction,
parallel circuits and use of complex algebra in solving                       belt friction and screw jack. Force analysis of plane trusses
them, power and power factor, active and reactive                             (Method of joints and method of sections) Analysis of
components, idea of power factor improvement, series                          frames (Method of members). First moment of area and
and parallel resonance Q - factor. Introduction to three                      centroid - theorem of Papus, second moment of areas,
phase circuits, relation between phase and line quantities.                   polar moment of inertia. Principle of virtual work for a single
Star and Delta connection of sources and loads, active                        particle, rigid bodies, ideal systems and constrained
and reactive power in 3-phase circuits, single and two                        bodies.
wattmeter method of power measurement. Steady circuit                         Dynamics: Kinematics of rigid body - Plane motion, kinetics
equations, solutions of simple coupled circuits containing                    of translation and rotating rigid bodies, moment of inertia
R,L, C and M.                                                                 of bodies.
Instruments: Construction and principle of operation of                       D’Alembert’s Principle- Application to a single particle rigid
permanent magnet moving coil, moving iron and                                 body in translation ‘and rotation” ideal systems. Momentum
dynamometer type ammeters and voltmeters,                                     and impulse, application to principle of linear momentum
dynamometer type wattmeters.                                                  to a single particle, rigid bodies and ideal systems, impact
Illumination: Definition and units of luminous flux, luminous                 - application of principle of angular momentum to a single
intensity, illumination, brightness, luminous efficiency.                     particle and rotating rigid bodies, principle of conservation
Production of light: Filament lamps, halogen lamps,                           of momentum.
sodium and mercury vapour lamps, fluorescent lamps,                           Work and energy: Principle of work and energy for a single
lighting calculation by inverse Square law and light flux                     particle, rotating rigid body and ideal systems, principle of
method, co-efficient of utilization and maintenance factor.                   conservation of energy.
UNIT-II : MATHEMATICS                                                                                    PAPER – II
Ordinary Differential Equations: Differential equations of first              This paper is branch specific, except Pharmacy and
order, physical applications, linear differential equations,                  HMCT.
homogeneous and non- homogeneous second order linear                                                CIVIL ENGINEERING
differential equation with constant co-efficients. Application to             UNIT – I : STRUCTURAL ENGG.
free and forced vibration of spring mass systems, method of                   a. Design of Structure: R.C.C.:- Limit State Method of
variation of parameters. Normal form change of dependent and                  Design for collapse of singly reinforced members in
independent variables. Cauchy’s Euler’s equation.                             bending, For shear, For bend, anchorage and
Series Method: Properties of power series, solution of ordinary               development lengths Limit State method of design for
differential equations. Legendre equations. Legendre                          beams, slabs and axially loaded columns, footing.
Polynpmials and functions, methods of Frobenius, the Gamma                    b. Steel Structure: Design of steel structure for tension and
function, the Bessel -Clifford equations, Bessel’s equation, non-             compression members and simple beams.
homogeneous equations.                                                        UNIT – II : WATER RESOURCE ENGG.
Laplace Transforms: The Laplace transforms (L.T), L.T. of                     Rainfall, Run off, water requirements of crops, flow
derivaties and integrals, derivatives and integrals of Laplace                irrigation, diversion headwork’s, regulatory works’ cross
transforms, L.T. of periodic functions, Inverse Laplace                       drainage works.
transforms, Convolution theorem, Application of L. T. to solution             UNIT – III : TRANSPORTATION ENGG.
of differential equations, special techniques.                                a. Highway Engg: Introduction, road, geometric, road
Fourier Series: Fourier theorem, Fourier expansion, even                      materials, road pavements.
and odd functions, half range expansion, seems and scale                      b. Railway Engg.: Introduction, permanent way, track
changes, forced oscillation, Miscellaneous expansion                          materials, geometric of broad gauge, points and crossing.
techniques.                                                                   Bridges: Introduction, foundations, substructure and
Matrices: Notation and terminology, solution of                               approaches, permanent bridges.
simultaneous equations by Gaussian elimination, Rank,                         Docks & Harbours: Introduction, harbour, break waters,
computation of rank by reduction of Rewechelon normal                         jetties & quays, docks.
form, algebra of matrix, inverse determinants, linear

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UNIT – IV : CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY                                               protection, types of relay), lighting arrestors and surge
a. Civil Engg. Materials:Bricks, cement, mortar & concrete,                   diverter, static relays.
timber.                                                                       iv) Faraday’s law of electrolysis, commercial use of
b. Construction Technology: Foundations, walls, brick                         electrolysis, electrical heatings, electrical welding, laws of
masonary, stone masonary, shoring & underpinning,                             illumination and design of lighting schemes, filament lamp
damp proofing.                                                                & discharge lamps.
c. Estimating & Construction Management: Detail                               v) Choice of electric drives, DC & AC traction motors, control
estimate, calculation of dry materials and analysis of                        and breaking of motors.
rates.Construction Management: Planning, scheduling,                          UNIT – III : MACHINES
PERT & CPM.                                                                   i) DC Machines: Types, voltage, power relation, different
UNIT – V : SURVEYING & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG.                                    characteristics, starting & speed control, calculation of
a. Surveying: Leveling, Contouring, Theodolite surveying,                     efficiency, braking.
curves, modern surveying, Instruments like EDM & total                        ii) Transformer; emf. equation, construction, cooling,
station.                                                                      transformer on no load and on load, equivalent circuit,
b. Environmental Engg.: Water Supply: Introduction,                           losses, OC and SC test, efficiency, All day efficiency, parallel
quantity of water, quality of water, treatment of water,                      operation, Auto transformer, CT and PT, tap charging
distribution system.                                                          transformer, connection of three phase transformer and
Sanitary: Introduction, quality of sewage, sewage                             parallel operation.
characteristics, sewage disposal, sewage treatment.                           iii) Alternator: Types of alternator, constructional detail,
UNIT – VI : THEORY OF STRUCTURES                                              armature winding, emf equation, armature reaction,
Shear force, bending moment for statically determinate                        alternator on load, regulation & OC, SC test of alternator,
structure, slope and deflection by double integration,                        characteristics, parallel operation and load division.
moment area method, conjugate beam method, 2-D stress                         iv) Synchronous motor: Construction & principle of operation,
analysis, principal stress & strains.                                         torque, power development, power angle characteristics,
              ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                                          v-curve & application.
UNIT –I : CIRCUIT AND NETWORK THEORY                                          v) Induction motor: Production of rotating magnetic field,
i) DC and AC Circuit: Power and energy, Ohms’s law,                           construction, principle of operation, torque-slip curve,
Kirchhof’s law, RMS value, average value, J-operator, RL,                     characteristics, method of starting, speed control, induction
RC, RLC series and parallel, resonance, transient                             generator and application.
response to DC circuit.                                                       vi) Rotating field theory of 1-phase induction motor, Ferrari’s
ii) Electrostatic and magnetic circuits: Magnetising force,                   principle, different 1-phase induction motor and ac
mmf, magnetic flux & intensity, hysterisis loop, magnetic                     commutator motor.
circuit, Biot Savart law, capacitor with composite dielectric,                UNIT – IV : POWER ELECTRONICS & DRIVES
grouping of capacitor, coupled circuit.                                       Construction and principle of operation of power devices
iii)Network theorem: Mesh and nodal analysis,                                 (power diode, power transistor, MOSFET, SCR, IGBT, CTO,
Superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s                           DIAC, TRIAC, UJT), protection of SCR controlled rectifiers
theorem, Max. power transfer theorem, Reciprocity theorem,                    and inverters, DC and AC regulated power supply, DC motor
Star-Delta transformation.                                                    control (control rectifier device for armature and field control),
iv) Polyphase circuit: Relationship between line and phase                    PLL control, AC motor control (induction motor).
quantity in star-delta connection, measurement of 3-phase                     UNIT – V : MEASUREMENTS
power, Active, reactive and apparent power.                                   Deflecting, controlling & damping arrangements,
v) Network functions and parameters: Network functions                        calibration of instrument, AC & DC voltmeter & ammeter
of one port and two port, network z-parameter, y-parameter,                   and extension of range, dynamometer type wattmeter,
ABCD parameter, h-parameter, their relationship.                              errors & corrections, frequency meter, power factor meter,
vi) Filters: Ideal passive filter, Condition for pass band, stop              induction instruments, measurement of resistance,
band & cut off frequency prototype low pass, high pass,                       inductance and capacitance, types of transducers
band pass and band stop filter.                                               (resistive, inductive and capacitive), piezoelectric device,
UNIT – II : POWER SYSTEM AND UTILISATION POWER                                photoelectric device, Hall effect, tachogenerator (as & dc),
i) Kelvin’s law for economical size of conductor, Corona,                     digital transducers, thermometer, thermocouple, optical
Sag calculation, performance of transmission lines (short                     pyrometer.
and medium), EHV transmission for ac & dc, distribution                                       MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
systems for ac & dc.
                                                                              UNIT – I : STRENGTH OF MATERIAL
ii) Insulators and types, string efficiency, Ferranti effect and
                                                                              Simple stress and strain, two dimensional stress system,
skin effect, cables (types & testings), power factor
                                                                              stresses in composite section, Thin cylinder and spherical
improvement and economic aspects, tarrif, earthing of
                                                                              shells under internal pressure, Shear force and Bending
substation, transmission and distribution lines.
                                                                              moment, Theory of simple bending Combined axial and
iii) Faults in power system, fuse and circuit breaker (type &
                                                                              bending stress Torsion, Testing of materials.
maintenance), protective systems (primary & back up

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UNIT – II : THERMAL ENGINEERING                                               Wave shaping circuit: Cliper, clamper, differentiator and
Thermodynamics concept and properties, Laws of                                integrator using RC, Schmitt trigger.
Thermodynamics, Properties and process of ideal gases,                        Op-amp: Characteristics of OPAMP, application of OPAMP
internal combustion engine, air compressors, refrigeration,                   (integrator & differentiator, adder, subtracter, summing),
air conditioning. Properties and process of vapours, steam                    OPAMP parameters like CMRR, Slewrate, SVRR, etc.
generator, steam power cycle, steam engine, steam nozzle,                     Number system: Binary, Octal, Decimal & Hexa decimal
steam turbine, condenser, heat transfer, gas turbine.                         number system, conversion of number system, I’s
UNIT – III : MACHINES, MACHINE DESIGN AND DRAWING                             complement, 2’s complement, binary arithmetic.
Simple mechanism, static friction, friction in screw jack,                    Binary codes: Weighted code and non-weighted code, BCD
clutch, bearings, brakes, power transmission in belt, pulleys,                code, Gray code, Excess-3 code, ASCII code, EBCDIC code.
gear drive, governor & flywheel, balancing of machine parts,                  Logic gates: AND, OR, NOR, X-OR, NAND, X-NOR.
vibration in machine parts.                                                   Boolean algebra and combinational circuit: Concept of
Design of fastening elements, design of shafts, keys &                        Boolean algebra, theorem, postulates, minterm, maxterm,
couplings, design of levers, design of belt drives & pulleys,                 POS, SOP, K-map, don’t care condition.
design of screw jack, design of closed coil helical spring.                   Sequential circuit: Flip-Flop, counter, shift register, A/D-D/A
UNIT – IV : FLUID MECHANICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES                              converter.
Properties of fluids, pressure measuring instruments,                         UNIT – II : COMMUNICATION AND MICROWAVE
Bernoulli’s equation and its application, flow through orifices               Analog communication: Amplitude, frequency and phase
and notches, flow through pipes, impact of jet, turbine,                      modulation, Frequency spectrum, SSB Vs DSB, power
centrifugal pump, reciprocating pump.                                         relation of Am wave, Vestigial sideband signal, concept of
UNIT – V : MANUFACTURING SCIENCE                                              multiplexing, demodulation, concept of PLL.
Material classification, imperfection in crystal, Iron-Carbon                 Digital Communication: Noise, channel capacity formula,
system, different heat treatment methods, non-ferrous                         Digital modulation technique, ASK, FSK, PSK, QASK, QPSK,
metals and alloys, bearing materials, spring material,                        PCM, DPCM, delta modulation.
polymers, composites and Ceramics, various forging                            Wave propagation and radio communication: Concept of
processes, different metal forming process such as rolling                    electromagnetic waves, wave radiation, mechanism of
and extrusion, foundry practice, various welding process,                     radiation, pattern of antenna, parameters of antenna like
soldering, brazing, riveting, sheet metal works, Parts and                    antenna gain, directivity, bandwidth, beam width, efficiency,
functions of lathe machine, shaper, planning machine,                         types of antenna like lens, horn, helix, parabolic reflector,
milling machine, slotter, grinding machine, drilling machine,                 Yagi-uda antenna, TRF receiver, super heterodyne receiver,
describe cutting tools, press tools, Jigs and fixture, special                receiver characteristics.
casting and powder process, metrology. Non conventional                       Satellite and optical fiber communication: Geostationary
machining process, automation, numerical control, robot                       satellite, frequency allocation, GEO, LEO, MEO, INSAT,
technology, flexible manufacturing, CAD / CAM, CIM.                           optical fibers, advantages and disadvantages, LASER, LED,
UNIT – VI : ENTREPRENEURSHIP                                                  IN photodiode.
Concept of organization and enterprise management,                            Microwave communication: Waveguide and resonator,
entrepreneurship and management of small scale                                Klystron, microwave tubes, microwave devices, MASER Vs
industries, financial accounting and financial management                     LASER, Tunnel diode, Gum diode, Snap diode.
, production management , marketing management,                               UNIT – III : CIRCUIT THEORY
human resource management.                                                    Network elements: Ideal and controlled voltage and current
ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING                                       sources, conversion of ideal sources, R.M.S value, average
UNIT – I : ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS                                     value, phase, phase difference, vector representation of
Semiconductor Physics: Energy bank theory of solids, types                    a.c. quantity, j-operator, RL RC-RLC series and parallel
of semiconductor, P-N Junction, Zener diode, rectifier, ripple                combination, power and power factor, resonance (series
factor, filter circuits.                                                      and parallel), selectivity and Q factor, transient response
Transistor and circuit analysis: types of transistor, transistor              to DC circuits.
configuration (CB, CE, CC) and characteristics, relationship                  Network theorems: Mesh analysis, nodal analysis,
between,,, Q-point, transistor-biasing, stabilization,                        superposition, Thevenin’s, Norton, maximum power
stabilization factor, h-parameter, RC-coupled amplifier,                      transfer theorem, reciprocating theorem, Star Delta
power amplifies, Class-A, Class-B, Class-C, Class-AB,                         transform.
push-pull amplifier.                                                          Polyphase circuit: Line and phase quantity in Star Delta
Difference between BJT & FET, Characteristics of JEET,                        connection, measurement of 3-phase power.
Parameters of JFET, MOSFET.                                                   Network function and parameters: Z, Y, ABCD,
Feedback amplifier and oscillator: Classification of                          h-parameter, relationship of parameters, T and network and
feedback amplifier, Advantages of negative feedback                           conversion, input and output impedance, image
amplifier, Emitter follower, oscillator, types of oscillator,                 parameters, Relationship between db and neper, prototype
Barkhausen criteria.                                                          and m-derived filters, attenuators (symmetrical T & type).


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UNIT – IV : ELECTRONICS MEASUREMENTS                                                         UNIT – II : COMMUNICATION AND MICROWAVE
Electronics Measurement: Measure voltage, current (DC &                                      Analog communication: Amplitude, frequency and
AC) by CRO, measure unknown frequency by Lossajous                                           phase modulation, frequency spectrum, SSB vs DSB,
figure, measurement of phase angle of signal by CRO.                                         power relation of Am wave, vestigial sideband signal,
Electronic Measuring instruments: Advantage and                                              concept of multiplexing, Demodulation.
disadvantages of electronic instruments over conventional                                    Digital Communication: Channel capacity formula, digital
meter, voltmeter, electronic multimeter, Ohm meter,                                          modulation technique, ASK, FSK, PSK, QASK, QPSK, PCM,
Differential voltmeter.                                                                      DPCM, Delta modulation.
Measurement of lumped circuit: Measure DC resistance,                                        Satellite and optical fiber communication: Geostationary
equation of bridge-balance, AC bridge, AC Wheatstone                                         satellite, frequency allocation, GEO, LEO, MEO, INSAT,
bridge, Maxwell’s bridge, Hay’s bridge, Q-meter.                                             optical fibers, Advantages and disadvantages, LASER,
UNIT – V : MICROPROCESSOR                                                                    LED, IN photodiode.
Introduction: Microprocessor Vs Microcomputer, Generation                                    UNIT – III : CIRCUIT THEORY
of Microprocessor.                                                                           Network elements: Ideal and controlled voltage and current
8085 Microprocessor: Architecture, BUS, pin structure of                                     sources, conversion of ideal sources, R.M.S value, Average
8085, program counter, stack pointer, register, flag register.                               value, phase, phase difference, vector representation of
Instruction set of 8085: Instruction, addressing data,                                       a.c. quantity, j-operator, RL RC-RLC series and parallel
addressing mode, branch, subroutine, I/O machine control                                     combination, power and power factor, resonance (series
group, assembly language programme, timing diagram.                                          and parallel), selectivity and Q factor, transient response
Interfacing, I/O programming: PIN diagram of 8255, 8259,                                     to DC circuits.
programming with I/O chips like 8255, 8259, ADC and DAC.                                     Network theorems: Mesh analysis, nodal analysis,
 ELECTRONICS & INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING                                                   superposition, Thevenin’s, Norton, maximum power
UNIT – I : ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS                                                    transfer theorem, reciprocating theorem, star delta
Semiconductor Physics: Energy bank theory of solids,                                         transform.
types of semiconductor, P-N Junction, Zener diode,                                           Polyphase circuit: Line and phase quantity in star delta
rectifier, ripple factor, filter circuits.                                                   connection, measurement of 3-phase power.
Transistor and circuit analysis: types of transistor,                                        Network function and parameters: Z, Y, ABCD, h-parameter,
tr a n s i s t o r c o n f i g u r a t i o n ( C B , C E , C C ) a n d                       relationship of parameters, T and network and conversion,
c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s , re l a t i o n s h i p b e t w e e n , , , Q - p o i n t ,   input and output impedance, image parameters,
transistor-biasing, stabilization, stabilization factor, h-                                  relationship between db and neper, prototype and m-
parameter, RC-coupled amplifier, power amplifies,                                            derived filters, attenuators (symmetrical T & type).
Class-A, Class-B, Class-C, Class-AB, Push-pull                                               UNIT – IV : ELECTRONICS MEASUREMENTS
amplifier.                                                                                   Electronics Measurement: Measure voltage, current (DC
Difference between BJT & FET, Characteristics of                                             & AC) by CRO, measure unknown frequency by Lossajous
JEET, parameters of JFET, MOSFET.                                                            figure, measurement of phase angle of signal by CRO.
Feedback amplifier and oscillator: Classification of                                         Electronic measuring instruments: Advantage and
feedback amplifier, advantages of negative feedback                                          disadvantages of electronic instruments over conventional
amplifier, emitter follower, oscillator, types of oscillator,                                meter, voltmeter, electronic multimeter, Ohm meter,
Barkhausen criteria.                                                                         differential voltmeter.
Wave shaping circuit: Cliper, clamper, differentiator                                        Measurement of lumped circuit: Measure DC resistance,
and integrator using RC, Schmitt trigger.                                                    equation of bridge-balance, AC bridge, AC Wheatstone
Op-amp: Characteristics of OPAMP, application of                                             bridge, Maxwell’s bridge, Hay’s bridge, Q-meter.
OPAMP (integrator & differentiator, adder, subtracter,                                       Waveform measurement: Wave analyzer, Heterodyne wave
summing), OPAMP parameters like CMRR, Slewrate,                                              analyzer, signal generator, harmonic distortion analyzer.
SVRR, etc.                                                                                   Digital measurement: Digital meter, digital voltmeter, digital
N u m b e r s y s t e m : B i n a r y, O c ta l , D e c i m a l & H e x a                    frequency meter.
decimal number system, Conversion of number                                                  UNIT – V : MICROPROCESSOR
system, I’s complement, 2’s complement, Binary                                               Introduction: Microprocessor Vs Microcomputer, generation
arithmetic.                                                                                  of Microprocessor.
Binary codes: Weighted code and non-weighted code,                                           8085 Microprocessor: Architecture, BUS, pin structure of
BCD code, Gray code, Excess-3 code, ASCII code,                                              8085, program counter, stack pointer, register, flag register.
EBCDIC code.                                                                                 Instruction set of 8085: Instruction, addressing data,
Logic gates: AND, OR, NOR, X-OR, NAND, X-NOR.                                                addressing mode, branch, subroutine, I/O machine control
Boolean algebra and combinational circuit: Concept                                           group, assembly language programme, timing diagram.
of Boolean algebra, Theorem, Postulates, Minterm,                                            Interfacing, I/O programming: PIN diagram of 8255, 8259,
Maxterm, POS, SOP, K-map, Don’t care condition.                                              programming with I/O chips like 8255, 8259, ADC and DAC.
Sequential circuit: Flip-Flop, Counter, Shift Register,
A/D-D/A converter.

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  ELECTRONICS & ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                                        and extension of range, dynamometer type wattmeter,
UNIT – I : ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS                                     errors & corrections, frequency meter, power factor meter,
Semiconductor Physics: Energy bank theory of solids, types                    induction instruments, measurement of resistance,
of semiconductor, P-N junction, Zenor diode, rectifier, Ripple                inductance and capacitance, types of transducers
factor, filter circuits.                                                      (resistive, inductive and capacitive), Piezoelectric device,
Transistor and circuit analysis: Types of transistor,                         photoelectric device, Hall effect, tachogenerator (as & dc),
transistor configuration (CB, CE, CC) and characteristics,                    digital transducers, thermometer, thermocouple, optical
relationship between a, b, c Q-point, Transistor biasing,                     pyrometer.
stabilization, stabilization factor, h-parameter, RC-coupled                  Electronics Measurement: Measure voltage, current (DC
amplifier, power amplifier, Class-A, Class-B, Class-C,                        & AC) by CRO, measure unknown frequency by Lossajous
Class-AB, Push-pull amplifier.                                                figure, measurement of phase angle of signal by CRO.
Difference between BJT & FET, Characteristics of JFET,                        Waveform measurement: Wave analyzer, heterodyne wave
Parameters of JFET, MOSFET.                                                   analyzer, signal generator, harmonic distortion analyzer.
Feedback amplifier and oscillator: Classification of                          Digital Measurement: Digital meter, digital voltmeter, digital
feedback amplifier, advantages of negative feedback                           frequency meter.
amplifier, emitter follower, oscillator, types of oscillator,                 UNIT – IV : MICROPROCESSOR
Barkhausen criteria.                                                          Introduction:- Microprocessor Vs Microcomputer,
Wave shaping circuit: Cliper, clamper, differentiator and                     Generation of microprocessor.
integrator using RC, schmitt trigger.                                         8085 Microprocessor: Architecture, BUS, Pin structure of
Op-amp: Characteristics of OPAMP, application of OPAMP                        8085, program-counter, stack pointer, register, flag
(integrator & differentiator, adder, subtracter, summing),                    register.
OPAMP parameters like CMRR, Slewrate, SVRR etc.                               Instruction set of 8085: Instruction, addressing data,
Number system: Binary, octal, decimal & hexa decimial                         addressing mode, branch, subroutine, I/O machine control
number systems, conversion of number system, I’s                              group, assembly language programme, timing diagram.
complement, 2 s complement, binary arithmetic.                                Interfacing I/O programming: PIN diagram of 8255, 8259,
Binary codes: Weighted code and non-weighted code, BCD                        programming with I/O chips like 8255, 5259, ADC and DAC.
code, gray code, excess-3 code, ASCII code, EBCDIC code.                      8086 Microprocessor: Architecture, Pin diagram, concept
Logic gates: AND, OR, NOR, NOT, X-OR, NAND, X-NOR.                            of coprocessor like 80186, 80286, 80386.
Boolean algebra and combinational circuit:                                    UNIT – V : ELECTRICAL MACHINES
Concept of boolean algebra, theorem, postulates, minterm,                     i) DC Machines: Types, voltage, power relation, different
maxterm. POS, SOP, K-map, don’t care condition.                               characteristics, starting & speed control, calculation of
Sequential circuit: Flip-Flop, counter, shift register, A/D-D/                efficiency.
A converter.                                                                  ii) Transformer; emf. equation, construction, cooling
UNIT – II : CIRCUIT AND NETWORK THEORY                                        arrangement, basic working of transformer, transformer on
i) DC and AC Circuit: Power and energy, Ohm’s law,                            no load and on load, equivalent circuit, losses, OC and SC
Kirchhof’s law, RMS value, average value, J-operator, RL,                     test, efficiency, all day efficiency, voltage regulation.
RC, RLC series and parallel, resonance, transient                             iii) Alternator: Types of alternator, constructional detail, emf
response to DC circuit.                                                       equation, armature reaction, regulation & OC, SC test of
ii) Electrostatic and magnetic circuits: Magnetising force,                   alternator, parallel operation and load sharing.
mmf, magnetic flux & intensity, Hysterisis loop, magnetic                     iv) Synchronous motor: Construction & principle of operation,
circuit, Biot Savart law, capacitor with composite dielectric,                torque, power development, power angle characteristics,
grouping of capacitor, coupled circuit.                                       v-curve & application.
iii) Network theorem: Mesh and nodal analysis,                                v) Induction motor (3 Phase) : Production of rotating magnetic
superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s                           field, construction, principle of operation, Torque-Slip curve,
theorem, Max. power transfer theorem, Reciprocity                             characteristics, method of starting, speed control.
theorem, Star-Delta transformation.                                           vi) Induction motor (1 Phase) : Revolving field theory,
iv) Polyphase circuit: Relationship between line and phase                    Ferrari’s principle, different starting method of 1-Phase
quantity in star-delta connection, measurement of 3-phase                     induction motor.
power, Active, reactive and apparent power.                                            COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
v) Network functions and parameters: Network functions                        UNIT – I : PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES C, C++
of one port and two port, network z-parameter, y-parameter,                   Data types, variables, operators, expressions, input output
ABCD parameter, h-parameter, their relationship.                              operators, control structure, functions, storage classes,
vi) Filters: Ideal passive filter, condition for pass band, stop              array, pointer, structure, union, file handling.
band & cut off frequency prototype low pass, high pass,                       Concepts of OOP, data types, operators, functions, classes,
band pass and band stop filter.                                               objects, constructor, destructor, operator overloading,
UNIT – III : ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS MEASUREMENTS                            function overloading, inheritance, polymorphism.
Deflecting, Controlling & damping arrangements,
calibration of instrument, AC & DC voltmeter & ammeter

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UNIT – II : DATA STRUCTURE AND OPERATING SYSTEMS                              UNIT – IV : COMPUTER NETWORK & WEB TECHNOLOGY
Time and space complexity, array, string, stack, queue,                       OSI reference model, TCP/IP model, network topologies,
linked list, tree, graph, different sorting and searching                     transmission media, switching, multiplexing, error detection
techniques.                                                                   & correction, IEEE LAN standards, routing methods.
Concepts regarding batch systems, multiprogrammed                             Internet security, models of E-commerce, electronic
system, time sharing systems, distributed system, real                        payment system, digital signature, use of debit cards &
time system, process, CPU scheduling, synchronization                         credit cards in E-commerce, M-commerce, HTML, Search
dead lock, memory management, virtual memory.                                 engines.
UNIT – III : DIGITAL ELECTRONICS & MICROPROCESSOR                             UNIT – V : SOFTWARE ENGG. & MULTIMEDIA
Number system, different coding methods, boolean                              Different software life cycle models, software project
algebra, logic gates, minimization techniques,                                management, requirement analysis & specification,
combinational logic design, flip flops, sequential logic                      software design, coding, testing, implementation,
design i.e. counters & shift registers.                                       maintenance.
Pin diagram and block diagram of 8085 microprocessors,                        Multimedia concepts, application of multimedia, multimedia
timing diagram, instruction set, addressing modes,                            software products, sound & audio, image and graphics,
assembly language programming, interfacing peripheral                         motion video, data compression.
devices, data transfer schemes, 8255 PPI, 8257DMA, delay                         INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL ENGINEERING
subroutine, introduction to 8086 microprocessor.                              UNIT – I : ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
UNIT – IV : COMPUTER ORGANISATION & ARCHITECTURE                              Semiconductor Physics: Energy bank theory of solids, types
Basic organization of computer, classification of computer,                   of semiconductor, P-N junction, zenor diode, rectifier, ripple
introduction to compiler, interpreter, loader, linker, design                 factor, filter circuits.
of functional units like ALU & CU.                                            Transistor and circuit analysis: Types of transistor,
Memory organization:- Types of memory, RAM, ROM, cache                        transistor configuration (CB, CE, CC) and characteristics,
memory, mapping functions, secondary memory, virtual                          relationship between a, b, c Q-point, transistor biasing,
memory.                                                                       stabilization, stabilization factor, h-parameter, RC-coupled
Input-output organization:- Methods of interfacing, address-                  amplifier, power amplifier, class-A, class-B, class-C, class-
space partitioning, data transfer techniques, interrupts.                     AB, push-pull amplifier.
UNIT – V : COMPUTER NETWORK & DBMS                                            Difference between BJT & FET, Characteristics of JFET,
OSI reference model, TCP/IP model, network topologies,                        Parameters of JFET, MOSFET.
transmission media, switching, multiplexing, error                            Feedback amplifier and oscillator: classification of
detection & correction, IEEE LAN standards, routing                           feedback amplifier, advantages of negative feedback
methods.                                                                      amplifier, emitter follower, oscillator, types of oscillator,
Introduction to database, advantages of database system,                      Barkhausen criteria.
data independence, architecture of database, different                        Wave shaping circuit: Cliper, clamper, differentiator and
models-relational, hierarchical, network, E-R models,                         integrator using RC, Schmitt trigger.
relational algebra, calculus, normal forms, SQL query.                        Op-amp: Characteristics of OPAMP, application of OPAMP
            INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                            (integrator & differentiator, adder, subtracter, summing),
UNIT – I: PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES C, C++                                        OPAMP parameters like CMRR, Slewrate, SVRR etc.
Data types, variables, operators, expressions, input output                   Number system: Binary, octal, decimal & hexa decimial
operators, control structure, functions, storage classes,                     number systems, conversion of number system, I’s
array, pointer, structure, union, file handling.                              complement, 2 s complement, binary arithmetic.
Concepts of OOP, data types, operators, functions, classes,                   Binary codes: Weighted code and non-weighted code, BCD
objects, constructor, destructor, operator overloading,                       code, gray code, Excess-3 code, ASCII code, EBCDIC code.
function overloading, inheritance, polymorphism.                              Logic gates: AND, OR, NOR, NOT, X-OR, NAND, X-NOR.
UNIT – II : DATA STRUCTURE AND OPERATING SYSTEMS                              boolean algebra and combinational circuit:
Time and space complexity, array, string, stack, queue,                       Concept of Boolean algebra, theorem, postulates,
linked list, tree, graph, different sorting and searching                     minterm, maxterm. POS, SOP, K-map, don’t care condition.
techniques.                                                                   Sequential circuit: Flip-Flop, counter, shift Register, A/D-D/
Concepts regarding batch systems, multiprogrammed                             A converter.
system, time sharing systems, distributed system, real                        UNIT –II: CIRCUIT AND NETWORK THEORY
time system, process, CPU scheduling, synchronization                         i) DC and AC Circuit: Power and energy, Ohms’s law,
dead lock, memory management, virtual memory.                                 Kirchhof’s law, RMS value, average value, J-operator, RL,
UNIT – III : DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM                                       RC, RLC series and parallel, Resonance, Transient
Introduction to database, advantages of database system,                      response to DC circuit.
data independence, architecture of database, different                        ii) Electrostatic and magnetic circuits: Magnetising force,
models-relational, hierarchical, network, E-R models,                         mmf, magnetic flux & intensity, hysterisis loop, magnetic
relational algebra, calculus, normal forms, SQL query.                        circuit, biot savart law, capacitor with composite dielectric,
                                                                              grouping of capacitor, coupled circuit.

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iii) Network theorem: Mesh and nodal analysis,                                 Algebra of Sets : Set operations, union, intersection,
superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s                            difference, symmetric difference, complement, Venn
theorem, Max. power transfer theorem, Reciprocity theorem,                     diagram, cartesian products of sets, relation and function,
Star-Delta transformation.                                                     composite function, inverse of a function, equivalence
iv) Polyphase circuit: relationship between line and phase                     relation, kinds of function.
quantity in star-delta connection, measurement of 3-phase                      Number Systems : Real numbers (algebraic and other
power, active, reactive and apparent power.                                    properties, rational and irrational numbers), complex
v) Network functions and parameters: Network functions of                      numbers, algebra of complex numbers, conjugate and
one port and two port, network z-parameter, y-parameter,                       square root of a complex number, cube roots of unity, De-
ABCD parameter, h-parameter, their relationship.                               Moivre’s theorem with simple application. Permutation and
vi) Filters: Ideal passive filter, condition for pass band, stop               combinations and their simple applications, mathematical
band & cut off frequency prototype low pass, high pass,                        induction, binomial theorem. Determinants upto third order,
band pass and band stop filter.                                                minors and cofactors, properties of determinants. Matrices
UNIT – III : MICROPROCESSOR                                                    upto third order, types of matrices. Algebra of matrices, adjoint
Introduction: Microprocessor vs Microcomputer, generation                      and inverse of a matrix. Application of determinants and
of Microprocessor.                                                             matrices to the solution of linear equations (in three
8085 Microprocessor: Architecture, BUS, Pin structure of                       unknowns).
8085, program counter, stack pointer, register, flag register.                 Trigonometry : Compound angles, multiple and sub-
Instruction set of 8085: Instruction, addressing data,                         multiple angles, solution of trigonometric equations,
addressing mode, branch, subroutine, I/O machine control                       properties of triangles, inverse circular functions.
group, assembly language programme, timing diagram.                            Co-ordinate Geometry of two dimensions : Straight lines,
Interfacing, I/O programming: PIN diagram of 8255, 8259,                       pairs of straight lines, circles, equations of tangents and
programming with I/O chips like 8255, 8259, ADC and DAC.                       normals to a circle. Equations of parabola, ellipse and
UNIT – IV: MEASUREMENTS                                                        hyperbola, ellipse and hyperbola in simple forms and their
Deflecting, controlling & damping arrangements, calibration of                 tangents (focus, directix, eccentricity and latus rectum in all
instrument, AC & DC voltmeter & ammeter and extension of                       cases).
range, dynamometer type wattmeter, errors & corrections,                       Co-ordinate Geometry of Three Dimensions :
frequency meter, power factor meter, induction instruments,                    Distance and division formulae, direction cosines and
measurement of resistance, inductance and capacitance, types                   direction ratios. Projections, angles between two planes,
of transducers (resistive, inductive and capacitive), piezoelectric            angle between a line and a plane, distance of a point from
device, photoelectric device, Hall effect, tachogenerator (as &                a line and plane. equations of a sphere-general equation.
dc), digital transducers, thermometer, thermocouple, optical                   Vectors: Fundamentals, dot and cross product of two
pyrometer.                                                                     vectors, scalar triple product, simple applications (to
UNIT – V : ENTREPRENEURSHIP                                                    geometry, work and moment).
Concept of organization and enterprise management,                             Differential Calculus: (Concept of limit, continuity, derivation
entrepreneurship and management of small scale                                 of standard functions, successive differentiation (simple
industries, financial accounting and financial management,                     cases, Leibnitz theorem, partial differentiation (simple
production management , marketing management, human                            cases, derivatives as rate measure, maxima and minima
resource management.                                                           indeterminate forms, geometrical applications such as
                       Appendix – III                                          tangents and normals to plane curves.
 SYLLABUS FOR LATERAL ENTRY FOR B.PHARM                                        Integral calculus: Standard methods of integration
PAPER - I : The course content is same as the syllabus of                      (substitution, by parts, by partial fractions etc.). Definite
Part-I of Diploma in Pharmacy as per the Education                             integrals and properties of definite integrals, areas under
Regulation - 1991 of Pharmacy Council of India.                                plane curves, differential equations (only simple cases).
PAPER-II : The course content is same as the syllabus                                     (i) dy/dx= f(x)                (ii) dy/dx= f(x) g(y)
of Part-II of Diploma in Pharmacy as per the Education                                    (iii) d2y/dx2 = f(x) and application to motions in a
                                                                               straight line with constant acceleration.
Regulation-1991 of Pharmacy Council of India.
                                                                               Probability and Statistics: Averages (mean, median and
                      Appendix – IV                                            mode), dispersion (standard deviation and variance).
  SYLLABUS FOR LATERAL ENTRY FOR BHMCT                                         Definition of probability; mutually exclusive events.
PAPER - I : First & Second year syllabus as approved by the                    independent events, addition theorem.
Ministry of Tourism, Government of India.                                      UNIT-II : COMPUTER AWARENESS
PAPER - II : Third year syllabus as approved by the Ministry                   Introduction to Computer: Brief history of computers,
of Tourism, Government of India.                                               components of a computer, computer related general
                                                                               knowledge, application of computers, classification of
      Appendix –V SYLLABUS FOR MCA                                             computers, simple DOS commands.
UNIT-I : MATHEMATICS                                                           Computer Arithmetic: Number system with general base,
Logic: Statement, negation, implication, converse, contra                      number base conversion, elementary arithmetic operation.
positives, conjuction, disjunction, truth Table.
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BASIC Language Programming: Flow charts, algorithms,                          of interpretation of spectra and applications of the following
constants, variables, arithmetic and logical expression,                      analytical tools. UV-Visible spectrophotometer IR & flame
elementary BASIC statements, writing simple programs                          photometer NMR spectroscope including 13 CNMR &
(using sequence, repetition and control structures),                          mass spectrometer, study of various chromatographic
‘subscripted variables, matrix operations function and                        instruments viz TLC, column chromatography, HPLC, GLC
subroutines, concept of Files.                                                & HPTLC.
Note: The question will cover the entire course and will be                   UNIT-IV
multiple choice type.                                                         Pathophysiology of common diseases, viz. rheumatoid
                     Appendix – VI                                            arthritis, gout, epilepsy, psychosis, depression, mania etc.
                                                                              Pharmacology of various drugs acting on peripheral
     SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR IN HOTEL
                                                                              nervous system, central nervous system, on
    MANAGEMENT & CATERING TECHNOLOGY                                          cardiovascular system, on haemopoetic system, urinary
Section                                        No. of Questions
                                                                              system, respiratory system, GI tract system & endocrine
Reasoning                                            20
                                                                              system. Principles of chemotherapy and toxicology,
Service Aptitude                                     20
                                                                              pharmacology of autacoids, various bioassay of drugs/
General English                                      20
                                                                              hormones & biological standardization. Basic concepts
General Knowledge                                    20
                                                                              on hospital and clinical pharmacy.
General Science                                      20
                                                                              UNIT-V
Numerical Aptitude                                   20                       Study of cultivation, collection, chemical constituents,
                     Appendix – VII                                           adulterants and uses of various drugs obtained from
  SYLLABUS FOR MBA / MHA / MHTM COURSES                                       natural sources with special emphasis on alkaloids,
Section                        No. of Questions                               steroids, cardiac glycosides, terpenes, flavonoids and
Verbal Reasoning                      40                                      volatile oils. General techniques of biosynthetic studies
Analytical Reasoning                  40                                      and basic metabolic pathways. Brief introduction to
General Knowledge                     10                                      biogenesis of secondary metabolites of pharmaceutical
Comprehension                         20                                      importance. Study of Plant tissue culture techniques.
Computer and Management Fundamentals 20                                       UNIT-VI
                    Appendix – VIII                                           Pharmaceutical Biotechnology: Immunology &
                                                                              immunological preparations, genetic code & protein
              SYLLABUS FOR M.PHARM.                                           synthesis, genetic recombination, gene cloning and its
UNIT-I
                                                                              applications, development of hybridoma for monoclonal
Micromeretics & powder rheology, various dispersion
                                                                              antibodies. Microbial transformation, enzyme
systems (viz. colloidal, suspensions & emulsions) kinetics
                                                                              immobilization, study of drugs produced by biotechnology.
& drug stability, polymorphism, surface & interfacial
                                                                              blood products and plasma substitutes.
phenomenon. Liquid dosage forms, pharmaceutical
aerosols, ophthalmic preparations. Cosmetic                                                           Appendix – IX
preparations, tablets, capsules & microencapsulation                           SYLLABUS FOR M.SC. INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
technology. Parenteral products, GMP and quality                                                         BIOLOGY
assurance, biopharmaceutics & pharmacokinetics,                               UNIT-I : GENERAL BIOLOGY
compartment model and kinetics, clearance concept,                            Taxonomy, heredity, genetic variation, environmental
bioavailability & bioequivalence, formulation design of                       pollution, evolution, techniques in modern biology.
various controlled released drug delivery systems.                            UNIY-II : BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
UNIT-II                                                                       Carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, enzymes,
Stereo isomerism, conformational analysis of alkanes and                      vitamins, hormones, metabolism, photosynthesis. Nitrogen
cycloalkanes, relative stabilities of cycloalkanes, study of                  fixation, fertilization and osmoregulation; nervous system;
various heterocyclic compounds & polynuclear aromatic                         endocrine system; vascular system, immune system,
hydrocarbons, study of Amino acids, proteins,                                 digestive system, properties of water respiration.
carbohydrates & lipids, brief concept on QSAR, steps                          UNIT-III : BASIC BIOTECHNOLOGY
involved to synthesize various categories of drugs                            Tissue culture, application of enzymes, antigen-antibody
mentioned in I.P and their SAR studies, structure                             interaction, antibody production, diagnostic aids, DNA
elucidation of some important drugs under the category of                     fingerprints, crop improvement, biodiversity conservation.
vitamins, antibiotics and alkaloids.                                          UNIT-IV : MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
UNIT-III                                                                      DNA, RNA, replication, transcription, translation, proteins,
Various limit tests, acid-base titrations, common ion effect,                 lipids, membranes, gene transfer, tumor suppressor gene
solubility product, theory & choice of indicators, precipitation              oncognene.
titrations, non-aqueous titrations, complexometirc &                          UNIT-V : CELL BIOLOGY
gravimetirc titrations, various oxidation & reduction                         Cell cycle, cytoskeletal elements, mitrochondria,
titrations, RIAS, principle, basic instrumentation, elements                  endoplasmic reticulum, chloroplast, golgi apparatus,
                                                                              ribosome, lysosome mitosis, meiosis.

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UNIT-VI: MICROBIOLOGY                                                          Calculus: Mean value theorems, theorems of integral
Isolation , cultivation, structure, nutrition and reproduction                 calculus, evaluation of definite and improper integrals,
of virus, bactria fungi, protozoa, pathonic, microbiology.                     partial derivatives, maxima and minima, multiple integrals,
                                                                               fourier series. vector identities, directional derivatives, line,
                           CHEMISTRY
                                                                               surface and volume integrals, stokes, gauss and green’s
UNIT-I : ATOMIC STRUCTURE                                                      theorems.
Bohr’s theory and quntum number, periodicity in properties,                    Differential equations: First order equation (linear and
chemical bonding, properties of s, p, d and f block                            nonlinear), higher order linear differential equations with
elements, complex formation, coordination compounds,                           constant coefficients, method of variation of parameters,
chemical equilibria, chemical thermodynamics (first and                        Cauchy’s and Euler’s equations, initial and boundary value
second law), chemical kinetics (zero, first, second and                        problems, partial differential equations and variable
third order reactions), photochemistry, electrochemistry,                      separable method.
acid-base concepts, stereochemistry of carbon                                  Complex variables: Analytic functions, Cauchy’s integral
compounds, inductive electrometric, conjugative effects                        theorem and integral formula, Taylor’s and Laurent’ series,
and resonance.                                                                 residue theorem, solution integrals.
Unit-II : CHEMISTRY OF FUNCTIONAL GROUPS                                       Probability and Statistics: Sampling theorems,
Hydrocarbons, alky halides, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones,                      conditional probability, mean, median, mode and standard
carboxylic acids, amines and their derivatives, aromatic                       deviation, random variables, discrete and continuous
hydrobarons, halides, nitro and amino compounds, phenols,                      distributions, poisson, normal and binomial distribution,
diazonium salts, carboxylic and sulphonic acids, mechanism                     correlation and regression analysis.
of organic reaction, Soaps and detergents, synthetic polymers,                 Numerical Methods: Solutions of non-linear algebraic
biomolecules-aminoacids, proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, and                  equations, single and multi-step methods for differential
carbohydrates (polysaccharides); isomerism.                                    equations.
                          MATHEMATICS                                          Transform Theory: Fourier transform, laplace transform,
Sets, relations and functions, mathematical induction,                         Z-transform.
logarithms, complex numbers, linear and quadratic equation,                    Unit – II : ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION
sequence and series, trignometry, cartesian system of                          ENGINEERING
rectangular coordinates, straight lines and family, circles,                   Networks: Network graphs: matrices associated with
conic sections, permutations and combinations, binomial                        graphs; incidence, fundamental cut set and fundamental
theorem, exponential and logarithmic series, mathematical                      circuit matrices. Solution methods: nodal and mesh
logic, statistics, three dimensional geometry vectors, matrices                analysis. Network theorems: superposition, Thevenin and
and determinants, boolean algebra, probability, functions,                     Norton’s maximum power transfer, Wye-Delta
limits and continuity, differentiation, application of derivatives,            transformation. Steady state sinusoidal analysis using
defines and indefinite integrals, differential equations,                      phasors. Linear constant coefficient differential equations;
elementary statics and dynamics, linear programming.                           time domain analysis of simple RLC circuits, Solution of
                             PHYSICS                                           network equations using Laplace transform: frequency
Physical world and measurement, kinematics, laws of                            domain analysis of RLC circuits. 2-port network
motion, work, energy and power electrostatics, current                         parameters: driving point and transfer functions. State
electricity, magnetic effects of current and magnetism,                        equations for networks.
electromagnetic waves, optics, dual nature of matter and                       Electronic Devices: Energy bands in silicon, intrinsic and
radiations, atomic nucleus, solids and semiconductor                           extrinsic silicon. Carrier transport in silicon: diffusion
devices, principles of communication, motion of system of                      current, drift current, mobility, and resistivity. Generation
particles and rigid body, gravitation, mechanics of solids and                 and recombination of carriers. p-n junction diode, Zener
fluids, heat and thermodynamics, oscillation, waves.                           diode, tunnel diode, BJT, JFET, MOS capacitor, MOSFET,
                                                                               LED, p-I-n and avalanche photo diode, Basics of LASERs.
                        Appendix - X                                           Device technology: integrated circuits fabrication process,
 SYLLABUS FOR M.TECH. IN ELECTRONICS AND                                       oxidation, diffusion, ion implantation, photolithography, n-
       COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING                                               tub, p-tub and twin-tub CMOS process.
          (i.Communication System Engineering                                  Analog Circuits: Small Signal Equivalent circuits of diodes,
         ii. Digital Signal & Image Processing ) /                             BJTs, MOSFETs and analog CMOS. Simple diode circuits,
            M.TECH. IN ELECTRONICS AND                                         clipping, clamping, rectifier. Biasing and bias stability of
           INSTRUMENATION ENGINEERING                                          transistor and FET amplifiers. Amplifiers: single-and multi-
            (i. VLSI Design and Embedded System                                stage, differential and operational, feedback, and power.
                      ii. Microelectronics)                                    Frequency response of amplifiers. Simple op-amp circuits.
Unit – I : ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS                                             Filters. Sinusoidal oscillators; criterion for oscillation;
Linear Algebra: Matrix algebra, systems of linear                              single-transistor and op-amp configurations. Function
equations, eigen values and eigen vectors.                                     generators and wave-shaping circuits, 555 Timers. Power
                                                                               supplies.

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Digital circuits: Boolean algebra, minimization of Boolean                    and optical fibers. Basics of Antennas: Dipole antennas;
functions; logic gates; digital IC families (DTL, TTL, ECL,                   radiation pattern; antenna gain.
MOS, CMOS). Combinatorial circuits: arithmetic circuits,                        SYLLABUS FOR M.TECH. IN MECHANICAL
code converters, multiplexers, decoders, PROMs and
PLAs. Sequential circuits: latches and flip-flops, counters                               ENGINEERING
and shift-registers. Sample and hold circuits, ADCs, DACs.                        ( i. Thermal Science and Heat Power Engineering
Semiconductor memories. Microprocessor(8085):                                           ii. Manufacturing Science & Engineering)
architecture, programming, memory and I/O interfacing.                        Unit – I : ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
Signals and Systems: Definitions and properties of                            Linear Algebra: Matrix algebra, Systems of linear
Laplace transform, continuous-time and discrete-time                          equations, Eigen values and eigenvectors.
Fourier series, continuous-time and discrete-time Fourier                     Calculus: Functions of single variable, Limit, continuity and
Transform, DFT and FFT, z-transform. Sampling theorem.                        differentiability, Mean value theorems, Evaluation of definite
Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) Systems: definitions and                          and improper integrals, Partial derivatives, Total derivative,
properties; causality, stability, impulse response,                           Maxima and minima, Gradient, Divergence and Curl, Vector
convolution, poles and zeros, parallel and cascade                            identities, Directional derivatives, Line, Surface and
structure, frequency response, group delay, phase delay.                      Volume integrals, Stokes, Gauss and Green’s theorems.
Signal transmission through LTI systems.                                      Differential equations: First order equations (linear and
Control Systems: Basic control system components; block                       nonlinear), Higher order linear differential equations with
diagrammatic description, reduction of block diagrams.                        constant coefficients, Cauchy’s and Euler’s equations,
Open loop and closed loop (feedback) systems and                              Initial and boundary value problems, Laplace transforms,
stability analysis of these systems. Signal flow graphs                       Solutions of one dimensional heat and wave equations
and their use in determining transfer functions of systems;                   and Laplace equation.
transient and steady state analysis of LTI control systems                    Complex variables: Analytic functions, Cauchy’s integral
and frequency response. Tools and techniques for LTI                          theorem, Taylor and Laurent series.
control system analysis: root loci, Routh-Hurwitz criterion,                  Probability and Statistics: Definitions of probability and
Bode and Nyquist plots. Control system compensators:                          sampling theorems, Conditional probability, Mean,
elements of lead and lag ompensation, elements of                             median, mode and standard deviation, Random variables,
Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) control. State variable                Poisson, Normal and Binomial distributions.
representation and solution of state equation of LTI control                  Numerical Methods: Numerical solutions of linear and
systems.                                                                      non-linear algebraic equations Integration by trapezoidal
Communications: Random signals and noise: probability,                        and Simpson’s rule, single and multi-step methods for
random variables, probability density function,                               differential equations.
autocorrelation, power spectral density. Analog                               Unit – II : APPLIED MECHANICS AND DESIGN
communication systems: amplitude and angle modulation                         Engineering Mechanics: Free body diagrams and
and demodulation systems, spectral analysis of these                          equilibrium; trusses and frames; virtual work; kinematics
operations, superheterodyne receivers; elements of                            and dynamics of particles and of rigid bodies in plane
hardware, realizations of analog communication systems;                       motion, including impulse and momentum (linear and
signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) calculations for amplitude                        angular) and energy formulations; impact.
modulation (AM) and frequency modulation (FM) for low                         Strength of Materials: Stress and strain, stress-strain
noise conditions. Fundamentals of information theory and                      relationship and elastic constants, Mohr’s circle for plane
channel capacity theorem. Digital communication                               stress and plane strain, thin cylinders; shear force and
systems: pulse code modulation (PCM), differential pulse                      bending moment diagrams; bending and shear stresses;
code modulation (DPCM), digital modulation schemes:                           deflection of beams; torsion of circular shafts; Euler’s
amplitude, phase and frequency shift keying schemes                           theory of columns; strain energy methods; thermal
(ASK, PSK, FSK), matched filter receivers, bandwidth                          stresses.
consideration and probability of error calculations for these                 Theory of Machines: Displacement, velocity and
schemes. Basics of TDMA, FDMA and CDMA and GSM.                               acceleration analysis of plane mechanisms; dynamic
Electromagnetics: Elements of vector calculus:                                analysis of slider-crank mechanism; gear trains; flywheels.
divergence and curl; Gauss? and Stokes? theorems,                             Vibrations: Free and forced vibration of single degree of
Maxwell’s equations: differential and integral forms. Wave                    freedom systems; effect of damping; vibration isolation;
equation, Poynting vector. Plane waves: propagation                           resonance, critical speeds of shafts.
through various media; reflection and refraction; phase                       Design: Design for static and dynamic loading; failure
and group velocity; skin depth. Transmission lines:                           theories; fatigue strength and the S-N diagram; principles
characteristic impedance; impedance transformation;                           of the design of machine elements such as bolted, riveted
Smith chart; impedance matching; S parameters, pulse                          and welded joints, shafts, spur gears, rolling and sliding
excitation. Waveguides: modes in rectangular waveguides;                      contact bearings, brakes and clutches.
boundary conditions; cut-off frequencies; dispersion                          Unit – III : FLUID MECHANICS AND THERMAL SCIENCES
relations. Basics of propagation in dielectric waveguide                      Fluid Mechanics: Fluid properties; fluid statics, manometry,
                                                                              buoyancy; control-volume analysis of mass, momentum
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and energy; fluid acceleration; differential equations of                     Inventory Control: Deterministic and probabilistic models;
continuity and momentum; Bernoulli?s equation; viscous                        safety stock inventory control systems.
flow of incompressible fluids; boundary layer; elementary                     Operations Research: Linear programming, simplex and
turbulent flow; flow through pipes, head losses in pipes,                     duplex method, transportation, assignment, network flow
bends etc.                                                                    models, simple queuing models, PERT and CPM.
Heat-Transfer: Modes of heat transfer; one dimensional
heat conduction, resistance concept, electrical analogy,
                                                                                       SYLLABUS FOR M.TECH. IN
unsteady heat conduction, fins; dimensionless                                      ELECTRONICS & ELECTRICAL ENGG.
parameters in free and forced convective heat transfer,                                (Power Systems & Power Electronics)             /
various correlations for heat transfer in flow over flat plates                   M.TECH IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
and through pipes; thermal boundary layer; effect of                                            (i.Power Electronics & Drives
turbulence; radiative heat transfer, black and grey surfaces,                              ii. Energy Systems & Management )
shape factors, network analysis; heat exchanger                               Unit – I : ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
performance, LMTD and NTU methods.                                            Linear Algebra: Matrix Algebra, Systems of linear
Thermodynamics: Zeroth, First and Second laws of                              equations, Eigen values and eigen vectors.
thermodynamics; thermodynamic system and processes;                           Calculus: Mean value theorems, Theorems of integral
Carnot cycle. irreversibility and availability; behaviour of                  calculus, Evaluation of definite and improper integrals,
ideal and real gases, properties of pure substances,                          Partial Derivatives, Maxima and minima, Multiple integrals,
calculation of work and heat in ideal processes; analysis                     Fourier series. Vector identities, Directional derivatives,
of thermodynamic cycles related to energy conversion.                         Line, Surface and Volume integrals, Stokes, Gauss and
Applications: Power Engineering: Steam Tables, Rankine,                       Green’s theorems.
Brayton cycles with regeneration and reheat. I.C. Engines:                    Differential equations: First order equation (linear and
air-standard Otto, Diesel cycles. Refrigeration and air-                      nonlinear), Higher order linear differential equations with
conditioning: Vapour refrigeration cycle, heat pumps, gas                     constant coefficients, Method of variation of parameters,
refrigeration, Reverse Brayton cycle; moist air:                              Cauchy’s and Euler’s equations, Initial and boundary value
psychrometric chart, basic psychrometric processes.                           problems, Partial Differential Equations and variable
Turbomachinery: Pelton-wheel, Francis and Kaplan                              separable method.
turbines, impulse and reaction principles, velocity                           Complex variables: Analytic functions, Cauchy’s integral
diagrams.                                                                     theorem and integral formula, Taylor’s and Laurent’ series,
Unit – IV : MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRIAL ENGG.                                Residue theorem, solution integrals.
Engineering Materials: Structure and properties of                            Probability and Statistics: Sampling theorems,
engineering materials, heat treatment, stress-strain                          Conditional probability, Mean, median, mode and standard
diagrams for engineering materials.                                           deviation, Random variables, Discrete and continuous
Metal Casting: Design of patterns, moulds and cores;                          distributions, Poisson, Normal and Binomial distribution,
solidification and cooling; riser and gating design, design                   Correlation and regression analysis.
considerations.                                                               Numerical Methods: Solutions of non-linear algebraic
Forming: Plastic deformation and yield criteria;                              equations, single and multi-step methods for differential
fundamentals of hot and cold working processes; load                          equations.
estimation for bulk (forging, rolling, extrusion, drawing) and                Transform Theory: Fourier transform, Laplace transform,
sheet (shearing, deep drawing, bending) metal forming                         Z-transform.
processes; principles of powder metallurgy.                                   Unit – II : ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Joining: Physics of welding, brazing and soldering;                           Electric Circuits and Fields: Network graph, KCL, KVL,
adhesive bonding; design considerations in welding.                           node and mesh analysis, transient response of dc and ac
Machining and Machine Tool Operations: Mechanics of                           networks; sinusoidal steady-state analysis, resonance,
machining, single and multi-point cutting tools, tool                         basic filter concepts; ideal current and voltage sources,
geometry and materials, tool life and wear; economics of                      Thevenin’s, Norton’s and Superposition and Maximum
machining; principles of non-traditional machining                            Power Transfer theorems, two-port networks, three phase
processes; principles of work holding, principles of design                   circuits; Gauss Theorem, electric field and potential due
of jigs and fixtures.                                                         to point, line, plane and spherical charge distributions;
Metrology and Inspection: Limits, fits and tolerances;                        Ampere’s and Biot-Savart’s laws; inductance; dielectrics;
linear and angular measurements; comparators; gauge                           capacitance.
design; interferometry; form and finish measurement;                          Signals and Systems: Representation of continuous and
alignment and testing methods; tolerance analysis in                          discrete-time signals; shifting and scaling operations;
manufacturing and assembly.                                                   linear, time-invariant and causal systems; Fourier series
Computer Integrated Manufacturing: Basic concepts of                          representation of continuous periodic signals; sampling
CAD/CAM and their integration tools.                                          theorem; Fourier, Laplace and Z transforms.
Production Planning and Control: Forecasting models,                          Electrical Machines: Single phase transformer - equivalent
aggregate production planning, scheduling, materials                          circuit, phasor diagram, tests, regulation and efficiency;
requirement planning.
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three phase transformers - connections, parallel                              Probability: Conditional Probability; Mean, Median, Mode
operation; auto-transformer; energy conversion principles;                    and Standard Deviation; Random Variables; Distributions;
DC machines - types, windings, generator characteristics,                     uniform, normal, exponential, Poisson, Binomial.
armature reaction and commutation, starting and speed                         Set Theory & Algebra: Sets; Relations; Functions; Groups;
control of motors; three phase induction motors -                             Partial Orders; Lattice; Boolean Algebra.
principles, types, performance characteristics, starting and                  Combinatorics: Permutations; Combinations; Counting;
speed control; single phase induction motors;                                 Summation; generating functions; recurrence relations;
synchronous machines - performance, regulation and                            asymptotics.
parallel operation of generators, motor starting,                             Graph Theory: Connectivity; spanning trees; Cut vertices &
characteristics and applications; servo and stepper                           edges; covering; matching; independent sets; Colouring;
motors.                                                                       Planarity; Isomorphism.
Power Systems: Basic power generation concepts;                               Linear Algebra: Algebra of matrices, determinants,
transmission line models and performance; cable                               systems of linear equations, Eigen values and Eigen
performance, insulation; corona and radio interference;                       vectors.
distribution systems; per-unit quantities; bus impedance                      Numerical Methods: LU decomposition for systems of
and admittance matrices; load flow; voltage control; power                    linear equations; numerical solutions of non linear
factor correction; economic operation; symmetrical                            algebraic equations by Secant, Bisection and Newton-
components; fault analysis; principles of over-current,                       Raphson Methods; Numerical integration by trapezoidal
differential and distance protection; solid state relays and                  and Simpson’s rules.
digital protection; circuit breakers; system stability                        Calculus: Limit, Continuity & differentiability, Mean value
concepts, swing curves and equal area criterion; HVDC                         Theorems, Theorems of integral calculus, evaluation of
transmission and FACTS concepts.                                              definite & improper integrals, Partial derivatives, Total
Control Systems: Principles of feedback; transfer function;                   derivatives, maxima & minima.
block diagrams; steady-state errors; Routh and Niquist                        UNIT – II : FORMAL LANGUAGES AND AUTOMATA
techniques; Bode plots; root loci; lag, lead and lead-lag                     Regular Languages : Finite automata, regular
compensation; state space model; state transition matrix,                     expressions, regular grammar.
controllability and observability. Electrical and Electronic
Measurements: Bridges and potentiometers; PMMC,                               Context free languages : Push down automata, context
moving iron, dynamometer and induction type instruments;                      free grammars.
measurement of voltage, current, power, energy and power                      UNIT – III : COMPUTER HARDWARE
factor; instrument transformers; digital voltmeters and                       Digital Logic: Logic functions, minimization, design and
multimeters; phase, time and frequency measurement;                           synthesis of combinatorial and sequential circuits, number
Q-meters; oscilloscopes; potentiometric recorders; error                      representation and computer arithmetic (fixed and floating
analysis.                                                                     point)
Analog and Digital Electronics: Characteristics of diodes,                    Computer organization: Machine instructions and
BJT, FET; amplifiers - biasing, equivalent circuit and                        addressing modes, ALU and data path, hardwired and
frequency response; oscillators and feedback amplifiers;                      microprogrammed control, memory interface, I/O interface
operational amplifiers - characteristics and applications;                    (interrupt and DMA mode), serial communication interface,
simple active filters; VCOs and timers; combinational and                     instruction pipelining, cache, main and secondary storage.
sequential logic circuits; multiplexer; Schmitt trigger; multi-
vibrators; sample and hold circuits; A/D and D/A converters;                  UNIT – IV : SOFTWARE SYSTEMS
8-bit microprocessor basics, architecture, programming                        Data structures and Algorithms : The notion of abstract
and interfacing.                                                              data types, stack, queue, list, set, string, tree, binary search
Power Electronics and Drives: Semiconductor power                             tree, heap, graph, tree and graph traversals, connected
diodes, transistors, thyristors, triacs, GTOs, MOSFETs and                    components, spanning trees, shortest paths, hashing,
IGBTs - static characteristics and principles of operation;                   sorting, searching, design techniques (greedy, dynamic,
triggering circuits; phase control rectifiers; bridge                         divide and conquer), asymptotic analysis (best, worst,
converters - fully controlled and half controlled; principles                 average cases) of time and space, upper and lower
of choppers and inverters; basis concepts of adjustable                       bounds, intractability.
speed dc and ac drives.                                                       Programming Methodology : C programming, program
 SYLLABUS FOR M.TECH. IN COMPUTER                                             control (iteration, recursion, functions), scope, binding,
 SCIENCE & ENGINEERING / M.TECH IN                                            parameter passing, elementary concepts of object oriented
                                                                              programming
     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
            (Computer Science & Informatics)                                  Operating Systems (in the context of Unix): classical
                                                                              concepts (concurrency, synchronization, deadlock),
UNIT – I : ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
                                                                              processes, threads and interprocess communication, CPU
Mathematical Logic: Propositional Logic; First Order
                                                                              scheduling, memory management, file systems, I/O
Logic.
                                                                              systems, protection and security.

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Information Systems and Software Engineering:                                Number representation and Computer Arithmetic (fixed and
information gathering, requirement and feasibility analysis,                 floating point);
data flow diagrams, process specifications, input/output                     Computer Organization: Machine instructions and
design, process life cycle, planning and managing the                        addressing modes, ALU and Data-path, hardwired and
project, design, coding, testing, implementation,                            micro-programmed control, Memory interface, I/O interface
maintenance.                                                                 (Interrupt and DMA mode), Serial communication interface,
Databases: relational model, database design, integrity                      Instruction pipelining, Cache, main and secondary storage.
constraints, normal forms, query languages (SQL), file                       UNIT – IV : SOFTWARE SYSTEMS
structures (sequential, indexed), b-trees, transaction and                   Data structures : Notion of abstract data types, Stack,
concurrency control.                                                         Queue, List, Set, String, Tree, Binary search tree, Heap,
Data Communication : data encoding and transmission,                         Graph;
data link control, multiplexing, packet switching, LAN                       Programming Methodology : C programming, Program
architecture, LAN systems (Ethernet, token ring), Network                    control (iteration, recursion, Functions), Scope, Binding,
devices: switches, gateways, routers.                                        Parameter passing, Elementary concepts of Object
Networks : ISO/OSI stack, sliding window protocols,                          oriented, Functional and Logic Programming;
routing protocols, TCP/UDP, application layer protocols &                    Algorithms for problem solving : Tree and graph
systems (http, smtp, dns, ftp), network security                             traversals, Connected components, Spanning trees,
Web technologies : three tier web based architecture; JSP,                   Shortest paths; Hashing, Sorting, Searching; Design
ASP, J2EE, .NET systems; html, XML.                                          techniques (Greedy, Dynamic Programming, Divide-and-
  SYLLABUS FOR M.TECH IN COMPUTER                                            conquer);
                                                                             Compiler Design : Lexical analysis, Parsing, Syntax
     SCIENCE & DATA PROCESSING                                               directed translation, Runtime environment, Code
UNIT – I : ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS                                           generation, Linking (static and dynamic); Operating
Mathematical Logic : Propositional Logic; First Order Logic.                 Systems:        Classical     concepts      (concurrency,
Probability : Conditional Probability; Mean, Median, Mode                    synchronization, deadlock), Processes, threads and Inter-
and Standard Deviation; Random Variables; Distributions;                     process communication, CPU scheduling, Memory
uniform, normal, exponential, Poisson, Binomial.                             management, File systems, I/O systems, Protection and
Set Theory & Algebra : Sets; Relations; Functions; Groups;                   security.
Partial Orders; Lattice; Boolean Algebra.                                    Databases : Relational model (ER-model, relational
Combinatorics : Permutations; Combinations; Counting;                        algebra, tuple calculus), Database design (integrity
Summation; generating functions; recurrence relations;                       constraints, normal forms), Query languages (SQL), File
asymptotics.                                                                 structures (sequential files, indexing, B+ trees),
Graph Theory : Connectivity; spanning trees; Cut vertices                    Transactions and concurrency control;
& edges; covering; matching; independent sets; Colouring;                    Computer Networks: ISO/OSI stack, sliding window
Planarity; Isomorphism.                                                      protocol, LAN Technologies (Ethernet, Token ring), TCP/
Linear Algebra : Algebra of matrices, determinants,
                                                                             UDP, IP, Basic concepts of switches, gateways, and routers.
systems of linear equations, Eigen values and Eigen
vectors.                                                                             SYLLABUS FOR M.TECH IN CIVIL
Numerical Methods : LU decomposition for systems of                                 ENGINEERING ( i. Structural Engineering
linear equations; numerical solutions of non linear                                           ii. Geotechnical Engineering)
algebraic equations by Secant, Bisection and Newton-                         UNIT- I : ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
Raphson Methods; Numerical integration by trapezoidal                        Linear Algebra: Matrix algebra, Systems of linear
and Simpson’s rules.                                                         equations, Eigen values and eigenvectors.
Calculus : Limit, Continuity & differentiability, Mean value                 Calculus: Functions of single variable, Limit, continuity and
Theorems, Theorems of integral calculus, evaluation of                       differentiability, Mean value theorems, Evaluation of definite
definite & improper integrals, Partial derivatives, Total                    and improper integrals, Partial derivatives, Total derivative,
derivatives, maxima & minima.                                                Maxima and minima, Gradient, Divergence and Curl, Vector
UNIT – II : THEORY OF COMPUTATION                                            identities, Directional derivatives, Line, Surface and
Formal Languages and Automata Theory : Regular                               Volume integrals, Stokes, Gauss and Green’s theorems.
languages and finite automata, Context free languages                        Differential equations: First order equations (linear and
and Push-down automata, Recursively enumerable sets                          nonlinear), Higher order linear differential equations with
and Turing machines, Un-decidability;                                        constant coefficients, Cauchy’s and Euler’s equations,
Analysis of Algorithms and Computational Complexity :                        Initial and boundary value problems, Laplace transforms,
Asymptotic analysis (best, worst, average case) of time                      Solutions of one dimensional heat and wave equations
and space, Upper and lower bounds on the complexity of                       and Laplace equation.
specific problems, NP-completeness.                                          Complex variables: Analytic functions, Cauchy’s integral
UNIT – III : COMPUTER HARDWARE                                               theorem, Taylor and Laurent series. Probability and
Digital Logic : Logic functions, Minimization, Design and                    Statistics: Definitions of probability and sampling
synthesis of Combinational and Sequential circuits;                          theorems, Conditional probability, Mean, median, mode
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and standard deviation, Random variables, Poisson,                            flow, critical flow and gradually varied flow in channels, specific
Normal and Binomial distributions.                                            energy concept, hydraulic jump. Forces on immersed bodies,
Numerical Methods: Numerical solutions of linear and non-                     flow measurements in channels, tanks and pipes. Dimensional
linear algebraic equations Integration by trapezoidal and                     analysis and hydraulic modeling. Kinematics of flow, velocity
Simpson’s rule, single and multi-step methods for                             triangles and specific speed of pumps and turbines.
differential equations.                                                       Hydrology: Hydrologic cycle, rainfall, evaporation, infiltration,
UNIT - II : STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING                                            stage discharge relationships, unit hydrographs, flood
Mechanics: Bending moment and shear force in statically                       estimation, reservoir capacity, reservoir and channel
determinate beams. Simple stress and strain relationship:                     routing. Well hydraulics. Irrigation: Duty, delta, estimation
Stress and strain in two dimensions, principal stresses,                      of evapo-transpiration. Crop water requirements. Design
stress transformation, Mohr’s circle. Simple bending                          of: lined and unlined canals, waterways, head works,
theory, flexural and shear stresses, unsymmetrical                            gravity dams and spillways. Design of weirs on permeable
bending, shear centre. Thin walled pressure vessels,                          foundation. Types of irrigation system, irrigation methods.
uniform torsion, buckling of column, combined and direct                      Water logging and drainage, sodic soils.
bending stresses.                                                             UNIT - V : ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
Structural Analysis: Analysis of statically determinate                       Water requirements: Quality standards, basic unit
trusses, arches, beams, cables and frames,                                    processes and operations for water treatment. Drinking
displacements in statically determinate structures and                        water standards, water requirements, basic unit
analysis of statically indeterminate structures by force/                     operations and unit processes for surface water treatment,
energy methods, analysis by displacement methods                              distribution of water. Sewage and sewerage treatment,
(slope deflection and moment distribution methods),                           quantity and characteristics of wastewater. Primary,
influence lines for determinate and indeterminate                             secondary and tertiary treatment of wastewater, sludge
structures. Basic concepts of matrix methods of structural                    disposal, effluent discharge standards. Domestic
analysis.                                                                     wastewater treatment, quantity of characteristics of
Concrete Structures: Concrete Technology- properties of                       domestic wastewater, primary and secondary treatment
concrete, basics of mix design. Concrete design- basic                        Unit operations and unit processes of domestic
working stress and limit state design concepts, analysis                      wastewater, sludge disposal.
of ultimate load capacity and design of members                               Air Pollution: Types of pollutants, their sources and
subjected to flexure, shear, compression and torsion by                       impacts, air pollution meteorology, air pollution control, air
limit state methods. Basic elements of prestressed                            quality standards and limits.
concrete, analysis of beam sections at transfer and service                   Municipal Solid Wastes: Characteristics, generation,
loads.                                                                        collection and transportation of solid wastes, engineered
Steel Structures: Analysis and design of tension and                          systems for solid waste management (reuse/ recycle,
compression members, beams and beamcolumns,                                   energy recovery, treatment and disposal).
column bases. Connections- simple and eccentric, beam–                        Noise Pollution: Impacts of noise, permissible limits of
column connections, plate girders and trusses. Plastic                        noise pollution, measurement of noise and control of noise
analysis of beams and frames.                                                 pollution.
UNIT - III : GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING                                         UNIT - VI : TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING
Soil Mechanics: Origin of soils, soil classification, three -                 Highway Planning: Geometric design of highways, testing
phase system, fundamental definitions, relationship and                       and specifications of paving materials, design of flexible
interrelationships, permeability and seepage, effective                       and rigid pavements.
stress principle, consolidation, compaction, shear strength.                  Traffic Engineering: Traffic characteristics, theory of traffic
Foundation Engineering: Sub-surface investigations-                           flow, intersection design, traffic signs and signal design,
scope, drilling bore holes, sampling, penetration tests,                      highway capacity.
plate load test. Earth pressure theories, effect of water                     UNIT - VII : SURVEYING
table, layered soils. Stability of slopes- infinite slopes, finite            Importance of surveying, principles and classifications,
slopes. Foundation types- foundation design                                   mapping concepts, coordinate system, map projections,
requirements. Shallow foundations- bearing capacity,                          measurements of distance and directions, leveling,
effect of shape, water table and other factors, stress                        theodolite traversing, plane table surveying, errors and
distribution, settlement analysis in sands and clays. Deep                    adjustments, curves.
foundations – pile types, dynamic and static formulae, load
                                                                                            SYLLABUS FOR M.TECH IN
capacity of piles in sands and clays, negative skin friction.
UNIT - IV : WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING                                                        BIOTECHNOLOGY
Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics: Properties of fluids, principle               UNIT - I : INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
of conservation of mass, momentum, energy and corresponding                   Isolation, preservation and improvement of industrial
equations, potential flow, applications of momentum and                       microorganisms, Cell culture techniques & aseptic
Bernoulli’s equation, laminar and turbulent flow, flow in pipes,              transfers, Fermentor Design, surafce & submerged liquid
pipe networks. Concept of boundary layer and its growth. Uniform              substrate fermentation, solid substrate fermentations,

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fermentation substrate raw material, down streaming                           pattern recognition.Analysis package. NTSYS-PC , Phlylip,
processing, Bio-mass production- alcohol, lactic acid,                        Free tree, Phylogenetic analysis: fundamentals elements
vinegar, industrial chemical, bio insecticides, amino acids,                  of phylogenetic model, tree interpretation, tree evaluation
, vitamins, fats and oils], health care products-antibiotics                  comparative genome analysis large scale genome
steroids, vaccines,Industrial Enzymes -amylase,                               analysis, molecular modelling to discover and degign new
proteases, lipases, concepts of immobilized                                   molecules, deriving and using 3D pharma cores,
enzymes.Down stream processing: introduction, removal                         molecular docking-structure based methods to identify
of microbial cells and solid mater, foam reparation,                          lead components.
precipitation, filtrations, centrifugation, cell disruption and               UNIT - VII : BIOETHICS
membrane process. Drying and crystallization.                                 Legal implications, biodiversity & farmers right, benificial
UNIT - II : MOLECULAR BIOLOGY                                                 applications & development of research focusto to the
DNA Replication: Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic DNA                               need of the poor, identification of directions for yeild effect
replication, Mechanism of DNA replication, Enzyme and                         in agriculture, aquaculture, bioremidiation.
accessory proteins involved in DNA replication; DNA Repair                       SYLLABUS FOR M.TECH IN ENVIRONMENT
and Recombination. Transcription: Prokaryotic                                         SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
transcription, Eukaryotic transcription, RNA polymer-rase,                    UNIT-I : ECOLOGY
General and specific transcription factors, regulatory                        Ecosystem, Energy Flow, Biogeochemical Cycles – Water,
elements and mechanism of transcription regulation,                           Carbon, and Nitrogen, Food Chain and Food Web.
Transcriptional and post-transcriptional gene silencing.                      UNIT-II : ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY
UNIT - III : BIOINSTRUMENTATION                                               Modes of expressing concentrations, Chemical properties
Principle and Use of analytical instruments: pH meter,                        of water, pH, alkalinity and Hardness.
Oxymeter, UV_VIS Spectrophotometer, Florescence                               Measuring parameters of organic matter in water – BOD,
spectrophotometer, IR- spectrophotometer, ESR and NMR                         COD, TOD&TOC. Atmospheric Chemistry – Primary and
Spectroscopy.                                                                 Secondary Air Pollutants, Acid rain, Photochemical smog,
Separation Techniques in Biology: Molecular separation                        Ozone layer depletion, Green house effect – Global
by Chromatography, Electrophoresis, organelles                                warming. Chemical and Biochemical Reactions. Kinetics
separation by centrifugation, density gradient                                of Reactions, Material Balance, Reactor Configurations.
centrifugation, cell separation by flow cytometry.                            UNIT-III : WATER POLLUTION
UNIT - IV : PLANT AND ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY                                    Genesis of water pollution, Water Quality Standard and
Germplasm conservation, synthetic seed formation,                             Parameter, Characteristics of water pollution, Assessment
production of secondary metabolites through tissue                            of water quality, Fresh water pollution, Estuarine water
culture, green house technology, application of plant tissue                  quality, Surface water quality, Dearation and reparation
culture.                                                                      kinetics, DO and BOD in streams.
Primary and established cell line cultures. Equipments                        UNIT-IV : AIR POLLUTION
and materials for animal cell culture technology. Biology                     Global air pollution, Units of measurement, Air pollutants,
and characterization of the cultured cells. Application of                    Air pollution meteorology, Atmospheric dispersion.
animal cell culture.                                                          UNIT-V : NOISE POLLUTION
UNIT - V : IMMUNOLOGY                                                         Source, Physical properties of sound, Noise standards
The immune system- lymphocytes, their origin and                              and thresholds, Noise measurement, Effect of noise,
diffetrentiation, antigents, their structure and classifica-                  Noise control.
tion, compliments & their bilogical functions, types of                       UNIT-VI : WATER TREATMENT
immune response, anatomy of immune response.                                  Water treatment process, Pretreatment of water, Primary
Immunity to infection-hyper sensitivity reactions,                            treatment, Coagulation and flocculation, Filtration,
mechanism of T cell, activation,cytokines & their role in                     Disinfection, Advanced water treatment process.
immune response, macrophage activation & granuloma                            UNIT-VII : WASTEWATER TREATMENT
formation.                                                                    Type of waste water, Wastewater characteristics,
UNIT - VI : BIOSTATISTICS AND BIOINFORMATICS                                  Wastewater flow rate and sewerage system, Wastewater
Additive and multiplicative laws of probability concept and                   pretreatment, Primary and Secondary, Kinetics of Bacterial
correlation; regression; methods of least squares. Test of                    Growth, Activated sludge process.
hypothesis, student t-test and paired t-test, chi squares                     UNIT-VIII : SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
tests, Z-test, F-test random number generation-testing and                    Classification of solid wastes, MSW, compositions,
use; Probability density and cumulative distribution                          Physical Properties, Component Separation, Municipal
function; systematic and random sampling. Applications                        Solid Waste Management, Biological Treatment of MSW,
and prospects, Bioinformatics and internet, NCBI data                         Thermal Treatment of MSW.
base,genome and protein information resources,                                UNIT - IX : HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT
submitting DNA sequence to data base, sequence                                Different types of Hazardous waste, Generation of
alignment and database searching, sequence analysis,                          Hazardous waste, Hazardous waste Treatment facility,
multiple sequence alignment, homology and analogy,                            Incineration.

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UNIT-X : INDUSTRIAL AIR EMISSION CONTROL                                      spectroscopy, chromatography including GC and HPLC
Particulate control measure, Gravity settling chambers,                       and electro-analytical methods (Coulometry, cyclic
Centrifugal collectors, ESP, Condensation, Absorption,                        voltammetry, polarography amperometry, and ion selective
Adsorption, FGD, Nox Emission Control, Odour Abatement,                       electrodes).
Fugitive Emission.                                                            UNIT-VI: MATHEMATICAL METHODS
UNIT - XI : PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT                              Zeros and isolated singularities of analytic functions;
: Environmental Management System (EMS), Benetits of                          Calculus of residues; Multivalued functions; Analytic
EMS, EMS – Standard, ISO-14000 Series, Environment                            continuation, contour integration, Fourier Transform,
Auditing, Environment Legislation in India.                                   Convolution theorem, Ordinary differential equation,
UNIT-XII : WASTE MINIMIZATION                                                 gamma, beta functions, solution of Bessel, Laguerre,
Concept, Elements of Waste Minimization, Benetits, Waste                      Hypergeometric and confluent hypergeometric equations,
Reduction Technique, Life Cycle Assessment                                    Groups, finite group, infinite group, lie group.
UNIT-XIII : ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) :                             UNIT-VII: CLASSICAL MECHANICS
Purpose, Origin, Evolution, Option, Project Screening,                        Damped and forced oscillations, resonance, coupled
Scoping, Preparation, Structure, Review.                                      oscillations, Newtonian mechanics, D’Alembert’s principle
 SYLLABUS FOR M.TECH IN MATERIAL SCIENCE                                      and Lagrange’s equation, velocity dependent potential and
            AND TECHNOLOGY                                                    dissipation function; Variational principles and Lagrange’s
UNIT-I: STRUCTURE                                                             equations, conservation theorems, Kepler’s law, Rigid
Atomic structure and bonding in materials. Crystal structure                  body motion, Euler angles, inertia tensor and moment of
of materials, crystal systems, unit cells and space lattices,                 inertia, Euler’s equations, Hamiltonian’s canonical, Small
miller indices of planes and directions, packing geometry                     oscillations, Canonical transformations , equations of
in metallic, ionic and covalent solids. Concept of                            canonical transformations ; Poisson Brackets and
amorphous, single and polycrystalline structures and their                    canonical invariants , infinitesimal canonical
effect on properties of materials.                                            transformations.
UNIT-II: THERMODYNAMICS                                                       UNIT-VIII: ELECTRODYNAMICS
First law of thermodynamics, heat, energy, and work;                          Electrostatics, magnetostatics, boundary value problems;
second law of thermodynamics and entropy; third law and                       Maxwell’s equations, Poynting vector, wave equation;
absolute entropy; free energy; ideal and non-ideal                            Propagation of electromagnetic waves, Optical dispersion
solutions; phase transformation: phase rule and phase                         in materials, resonance absorption, Reflection and
diagrams - one, two, and three component systems;                             refraction of electromagnetic waves at the interface
chemical equilibrium, response of chemical equilibrium                        between dielectric media, Brewster’s law, Wave guides,
to temperature and pressure; colligative properties;                          coaxial transmission lines; Rectangular and cylindrical
thermodynamics of electrochemical cells; standard                             resonant cavities; Potential formulation, scalar and vector
electrode potentials: applications - corrosion and energy                     potentials , gauge transformations ; Field of a uniformly
conversion.                                                                   moving charge ; Radiation from oscillating electric and
UNIT-III: CHEMISTRY OF ELEMENTS                                               magnetic dipoles and antennas.
General characteristics, allotropes, structure and reactions                  UNIT-IX : QUANTUM MECHANICS
of simple and industrially                                                    Wave mechanics : failure of classical physics, qualitative
important compounds: boranes, carboranes, silicones,                          review of relevant experiments, de Broglie waves,
silicates, boron nitride, borazines. Shapes of molecules;                     uncertainty principle, wave function and Schrodinger
hard- soft acid base concept. Structure and bonding (VBT)                     equation, particle in a box, potential barrier and quantum
of B, Al, Si, N, P, S, Cl compounds. Allotropes of carbon:                    tunneling, potential well, simple harmonic oscillator and
graphite, diamond, C60. General characteristics of d and                      Hydrogen atom. Postulates of quantum mechanics
f block elements. Bioinorganic chemistry of Na, K. Mg, Ca,                    Operators and operator algebra, eigenfunctions and Eigen
Fe, Co, Zn, Cu and Mo. Synthesis and reactivity of inorganic                  values, expectation values. Approximation methods,
polymers of Si and P.                                                         perturbation theory.
UNIT-IV: POLYMERS                                                              UNIT-X: NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND ELECTRONICS
Classification, polymerization, structure and properties,                     Radius , Mass , Binding Energy , Nucleon Separation
additives for polymer products, processing and                                Energy , Liquid Drop Model , Semi - Empirical Mass
applications. Biomaterials; physicochemical properties of                     Formula , Mass parabolas , Beta Stability Line , Angular
amino acids, chemical synthesis of peptides, structural                       Momentum , Parity , Electromagnetic Moments , Excited
features of proteins, nucleic acids.                                          States , nuclear shell model, nuclear reaction, particle
UNIT-V: INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS                                      physics-basic forces, classification of elementary particles,
Atomic absorption and emission spectroscopy including                         Radioactive Decay Law, Production and Decay of
ICP-AES, UV- visible spectrophotometry, NMR, Mass,                            Radioactivity, Radioactive Dating. Introduction to electronics
Principles and applications of UV-visible, IR, NMR and Mass                   and electronic systems, Rectifier and Filters, amplifiers,
spectrometry in the determination of structures of organic                    oscillator, digital circuits, radio communication.
molecules. Mossbauer spectroscopy (Fe and Sn), ESR

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  Appendix - XI SYLLABUS FOR M.Sc. NURSING                                    educational institutions, organizational behavior and
UNIT–I : NURSING FOUNDATIONS                                                  human relation, in service education and professional
Nursing as a Profession & it’s concept and Practice,                          advancement, guidance and counseling, method of
Nursing trends and theories, Hospital Admission &                             teaching educational media, I.E.C for Health, legal aspects
discharge, Nursing Process, Intra personal relationship,                      in Nursing, professional advancement.
Recording & reporting, vital signs, Health assessment,                        UNIT–VIII : NURSING RESEARCH AND NURSING STATISTICS
Equipment and linen management, Meeting needs of                              : Research process, research problems and questions,
patient, Urinary & Bowel elimination, Psychosocial needs,                     review of literature, research approaches and designs,
Infection control & Microbiology, Administration of medication &              sampling and data collection, introduction to
it’s management, Care of terminally ill patients                              statistics(mean, median, mode, frequency distribution,
UNIT–II : MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING                                            coefficient, correlation statistical package and its
New trends and concepts, Role & responsibilities of a Nurse in                application), biostatistics , communication and utilization
Client & family, Anatomy & Physiology related to each system,                 of research.
Management of patients having disorders in respiratory,                                                Appendix - XII
cardiovascular & cardiothoracic, digestive, genitourinary,
                                                                                SYLLABUS FOR B.SC. NURSING (POST BASIC)
reproductive, endocrine, integumentary, musculoskeletal and
                                                                              UNIT-I : ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY : Organization of body
immunological system etc., nursing management of patient
                                                                              cell, tissue, organs and different systems.
with disorders in eye, ENT, and neurological system,
                                                                              UNIT-II : MICROBIOLOGY : Immunity, infection, sterilization
management of burns and reconstructive and cosmetic surgery,
                                                                              & micro-organism.
management of oncological conditions, emergency and disaster
                                                                              UNIT-III : PSYCHOLOGY & SOCIOLOGY : Human behaviour,
management, care of elderly, management of patients C.C.U,
                                                                              learning, attention, perception, intelligence and
management of occupational and industrial disorders
                                                                              personality.
UNIT-III : COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING
                                                                              UNIT-IV : FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING :Basic needs and
Determinants of health, epidemiology and nursing
                                                                              care of the patients, therapeutic nursing care, nursing
management of communicable and non-communicable
                                                                              process, ethics in nursing, First-Aid
diseases, demography, population and its control, health
                                                                              UNIT-V : MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING : Management of
planning policies and problems, delivery of community
                                                                              patients with pain, undergoing surgery, respiratory,
health services, concepts and approach of community
                                                                              gastrointestinal, urinary, cardiovascular disorders nursing
health nursing, national health and family welfare
                                                                              & Communicable diseases, assessment altered immune
programmes, national and international health agencies,
                                                                              response, Emergency management, nursing care of
waste management at home and community, medical care
                                                                              elderly people. Oncology nursing.
follow up,                                                                    UNIT-VII : PSYCHIATRIC NURSING : Mental health
UNIT–IV : CHILD HEALTH NURSING & NEONATOLOGY                                  assessment, disorder and nursing & crisis intervention,
Modern concept of child care, care of neonate, IMNCI,                         legal aspects.
management of behavioural and social problems in                              UNIT-VIII : MID-WIFERY & GYNEACOLOGICAL NURSING :
children, milestones, pediatrics medicine and surgery ICU                     Embryology and fiddle development, nursing management
management                                                                    of pregnant women, labour, nursing management of baby
UNIT-V : MENTAL HEALTH NURSING                                                at birth and mother during puriterium. Hi-risk pregnancy,
Concepts and principles, therapeutic communication,                           obstetric operation
treatment modalities and therapies used in mentally                           UNIT-IX : PEDIATRIC NURSING : New Born, healthy child,
disorder, nursing management of patient with                                  sick child, behavioural disorder and common health
schizophrenia, psychotic and neurotic, somatisation                           problems during childhood, children with congenital defect,
disorder, substance used disorders, stress related                            welfare of children.
disorders, personality, childhood and adolescent                              UNIT-X : PROFESSIONAL TRENDS : Nursing as a
disorders, psychiatric emergencies and crisis intervention,                   profession, professional ethics, personal and professional
legal issues in mental health nursing                                         growth and development, legislation in nursing,
UNIT-VI : GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICAL NURSING                                 professional and related organisation.
Anatomy & Physiology of reproductive system,                                  Administration and Management : Hospital and ward.
assessment and management of antenatal, intranatal and                               Appendix - XIII : SYLLABUS FOR
postnatal mothers (normal & abnormal cases),
assessment and management of normal neonates, high                                   B.A. LLB / B.SC. LLB / B.B.A. LLB
risk pregnancy assessment, abnormal labour                                    Section                                           No. of Questions
management, management of high risk new borns,                                English including comprehension                         20
pharmaco-therapeutics in obstetrics, family welfare                           General Knowledge / Current Affairs                     20
programme                                                                     Elementary Numerical Aptitude                           20
UNIT-VII : ADMINISTRATION AND EDUCATION IN NURSING                            Legal Aptitude / Legal Awareness                        30
Management in Nursing, management process and                                 Logical Reasoning                                       30
nursing services in the hospital, community and

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                                                                             family, circles, conic sections, permutations and
  Appendix - XIV : SYLLABUS FOR LLM                                          combinations, binomial theorem, exponential and
Section                                       No. of Questions               logarithmic series, mathematical logic, statistics, three
Legal Theory                                         20                      dimensional geometry vectors, matrices and
Constitutional Law                                   30                      determinants, Boolean algebra, probability, functions,
                                                                             limits and continuity, differentiation, application of
Criminal Law                                         30
                                                                             derivatives, defines and indefinite integrals, differential
Law of Torts                                         20                      equations, elementary statistics and dynamics , linear
Law of Contracts                                     20                      programming.
 Appendix - XV : SYLLABUS FOR M.SC.                                                                    PHYSICS
                                                                             Physical world and measurement, kinematics, laws of
  IN PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY                                                motion, work, energy and power electrostatistics, current
UNIT-I: ATOMIC STRUCTURE                                                     electricity, magnetic effects of current and magnetism,
Bohr ’s theory and quantum number, periodicity in                            electromagnetic waves, optics, dual nature of matter and
properties, chemical bonding, properties of s, p, d and f                    radiations, atomic nucleus, solids and semiconductor
block elements, complex formation, coordination                              devices, principles of communication, motion of system
compounds,        chemical      equillibria,   chemical                      of particles and rigid body, gravitation, mechanics of solids
thermodynamics (first and second law), chemical kinetics                     and fluids, heat and thermodynamics, oscillation, waves.
(zero, first, second and third order reactions),                                 Appendix - XVI : SYLLABUS FOR
photochemistry, electrochemistry, acid-base concepts,
stereochemistry of carbon compounds, inductive
                                                                               APTITUDE TEST FOR ARCHITECTURE
electrometric, conjugative effects and resonance.                                                 ASTHETIC SESITIVITY
                                                                             Visualising three dimensional objects from two
UNIT-II : CHEMISTRY OF FUNCTIONAL GROUPS
                                                                             dimensional drawings. Visualising different sides of three
Hydrocarbons, alky halides, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones,                    dimensional object. Identifying commonly used material
carboxylic acids, amines and their derivatives, aromatic                     and objects based on their textural qualities. Analytuical
hydrobarons, halides, nitro and amino compounds,                             Reasoning. Mental Ability. Imaginative comprehension and
phenols, diazonium salts, carboxylic and sulphonic acids,                    expression. Architectural awareness.
mechanism of organic reaction, soaps and detergents,                                           THE DRAWING APTITUDE
synthetic polymers, biomolecules-aminoacids, proteins,                       Ability to sketch a given object proportionately and rendering
nucleic acids, lipids and carbohydrates (polysaccharides),                   the sane in visually appealing manner. Visualising and
isomerism.                                                                   drawing the effects of light on the object and shadows
UNIT-III: BASIC ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY                                         cast on the surroundings. Sense of perspective drawing.
Volumetry, gravimetry, potentiometry, conductometry,                         Combining and composing given three dimensional
turbidimetry, chromatography, electrophoresis, mass                          elements to form a building or structural form. Creating
spectrometry, UV-Visible Spectrophotometry, IR & NMR                         interesting two dimensional composition under given
Spectroscopy.                                                                shapes or forms. Creating visual harmony using colours
                                                                             in given composition. Understanding of scale and sense
                          BIOLOGY
                                                                             of proportion. Drawing from memory through pencil sketch
UNIT-I: GENERAL BIOLOGY
                                                                             of themes from day to day experiments.
Taxonomy, heredity, genetic variation, environmental
pollution, evolution and techniques in modern biology.
UNIT-II: PHYSIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY                                             Appendix - XVII : SAMPLE QUESTIONS
Nervous system, endocrine system, vascular system,                                                PHYSICS
skeletal system, immune system, digestive system,                            1. The velocity of escape from the earth has the
carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, enzymes,                        expression
vitamins, hormones.                                                               a)                               b)
UNIT-III: BASIC BIOTECHNOLOGY
Application of enzymes, antigen – antibody interaction,                         c)                            d) None of the above
isolation and cultivation of bacteria, virus, fungi and                      2. An airplane taking off from landing field has a run of 2
protozoa. Fermentation technology, mutation, DNA, RNA                           Kilometers. If the plane starts with a speed of 10 meters /
replication, transcription, translation, tissue culture.                        sec., moves with constant acceleration and makes the run
                       MATHEMATICS                                              in 50 sec, with what speed does it take off ?
Sets, relations and functions, mathematical induction,                          a) 50Km / hr.                 b) 189 Km / hr.
logarthims, complex numbers, linear and quadratic                               c) 170Km / hr.                d) None of the above.
equation, sequence and series, trigonometry, Cartesian
system of rectangular coordinates, straight lines and                                              CHEMISTRY
                                                                             1. What should be the C614 content of a fossilized tree that
                                                                                is claimed to be 3000 years old ?

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   a) 100%                   b) 50%
   c) 69.6%                  d) None of the above.                           2. Find the next in the sequence : BC CE EG GK ?
2. The number of different types of F-S-F bond angles in                        a) KN      b) KU          c) KM        d) None
   SF4 are
   a) two                    b) one                                                          GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
   c) three                  d) four                                         1. Who is the known as the father of the white revolution
                                                                                in India.
                       MATHEMATICS                                              a) Sunderlal Bahuguna b) Dr. V. Kurien
1.             is                                                               c) Baba Amte               d) Dr. Amrit Patel
                                                                             2. 2010 Commonwealth games is going to be held at :
   a) – cot x – x + c        b) cot x + sec x + c
                                                                                a) Singapore             b) Sydney
   c) x – cot x + c          d) cot x – x + c
                                                                                c) Ontario               d) None of the above
2. y2 + y tan x = sin2x has general has general solution
                                                                             3. How many stock exchanges are there in India ?
   a) C cos x – 2 cos2x      b) –!sin x – cot x
                                                                                a) 21 b) 22     c) 26        d) None of the above
   c) cos2x – tan x          d) 0
                                                                                             NUMERICAL APTITUDE
                        BIOLOGY
                                                                             1. When the integer n is divided by 6, the reminder is 3.
1. The drug taxol is obtained from the bark of
                                                                                Which of the following is not a multiple of 6?
   a) Pacific Yew             b) Eucalyptus
                                                                                a) n-3        b) n+3       c) 2n          d) 3n
   c) Cinnamon                d) Cinchona
2. Which of the following is a basic Amino acid?
   a) Serine                  b) Glutamic acid                               2. Find the wrong number in the series :
   c) Valine                  d) Arginine                                       2,3,7,26,121,721,5041
                      REASONING                                                 a) 26    b) 7            c) 121                       d) 721
1. Choose the odd word out.
   a) Truth b) Honesty        c) Leisure    d) Integrity

                           ANNEXURE - XVIII (Eligibility for Lateral Entry stream)
 If you have Diploma in the following discipline                              You are eligible to be admitted to the following branch:
 Civil Engg. / Rural Technology                                               Civil Engineering
 Mechanical Engg. / Tool & Die Making / Mining Engg. /
 Automobile Engineering / Drilling Technology /                               Mechanical Engineering
 Production / Plastic Engineering.
 Electrical Engineering.                                                      Electrical Engineering
 Electrical Engineering / Applied Electronics &
                                                                              Electronics & Electrical Engineering
 Instrumentation Engineering.
 Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Engg. / Electronics
 & Telecommunication Engineering / Electrical Engineering /                   Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering
 Electronics & Communication Engineering.
 Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Engg. / Electrical
                                                                              Instrumentation & Control Engineering
 Engineering / Electronics & Communication Engineering.
 Electronics & Telecommunication Engg. / Electronics &
                                                                              Electronics & Communication Engineering
 Communication Engineering.
 Computer Science & Engineering / Computer Application
                                                                              Computer Science & Engineering
 Programming.
 Information Technology                                                       Information Technology
 Pharmacy                                                                     Pharmacy
 Hotel Management and Catering Technology                                     Hotel Management and Catering Technology




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                             Appendix - XIX (List of Designated Branches)
                             AXIS BANK                                        8.    Kendrapara : Plot # 40-41, Sanatana Sahi, Main Rd, Kendrapara.
1.    Angul : Shreeram Market Complex, Main Road, Angul.                      9.    Puri : Grand Road, Puri - 752001.
2.    Balasore : Subhra Plaza, OT Road, Padhuan Pada, Balasore.               10.   Rourkela : Uma Bhawan, Bisra Road, Rourkela.
3.    Bargarh : Chanda Market Complex, NH-6, Bargarh.                         11.   Sambalpur : Brooks Hill, Sakhipara, Sambalpur.
4.    Baripada : K.C. Circle, Bapipada.                                                                 OUTSIDE ORISSA
5.    Berhampur : Ground Floor, Nandighose Plaza, Jayaprakash Nagar.          1.    Jamshedpur : No.1, Monument Road, Bistupur, Jamshedpur.
6.    Bhadrak : R.C. Behera Market Complex, Salandi By Pass, Bhadrak.         2.    Kolkata : 3, Central Road, Jadavpur, Kolkata-700032.
7.    Bhawanipatna : Statue Square, Near Palace, Bhawanipatna.                3.    New Delhi : BIS Manak Bhavan, 9, Bahadurshah, Zafar Marg.
8.    Bhubaneswar                                                             4.    Patna : Capital Tower, Block-8, Fraswer Road, Patna.
      8.1. Stewart School Campus, CRPF Square, Bhubaneswar.                   5.    Raipur : 113, Smt. Surajdevi Sukla Comp, Station Rd, Raipur.
      8.2. C/o. Archbishop’s House, Satyanagar, Bhubaneswar.                  6.    Ranchi : 1st Floor, Rani Sati Market, Lalji Nirji Road, Ranchi.
      8.3. Hotel Pushpak Complex, Kalpana Square, Bhubaneswar.                                  PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK
      8.4. Plot No. 7, District Centre, C.S.Pur, Bhubaneswar.                 1.    Angul : Amlapada, 1st Line, Kanchan Talkies Road, Angul.
9.    Bolangir : Tara Complex, Bhagarthi Chowk, Bolangir.                     2.    Balasore : O.T. Road, Balasore.
10.   Cuttack : Jayashree Plaza, 34, Dolamondai, Badambadi, Cuttack.          3.    Barbil : Station Road, Matkambeda, Barbil, Keonjhar.
11.   Dhenkanal : Plot No. 2868, Mahabirbazar, Dhenkanal.                     4.    Baripada : KMBM Sahi, Ward No.-5, Baripada, Mayurbhanj.
12.   Jajpur Road : Bank Street, Jajpur Road, Dist.-Jajpur.                   5.    Berhampur : Kameshwari Complex, Sana Bazar, Berhampur.
13.   Jeypore : NH 43, Near Inspection Bungalow, Jeypore, Koraput.            6.    Bhadrak : By-pass Road, Bhadrak.
14.   Jharsuguda : Opp. Hotel Aryan, By Pass Road, PO and Dist. Jharsuguda.   7.    Bhubaneswar: Saheed Nagar, Bhubaneswar.
15.   Keonjhar : Pattnaik Estate, College Square, Keonjhar.                   8.    Phulbani : Ganesh Bazar, Main Road, Phulbani.
16.   Paradip : HIG-35, Housing Board Colony, At.-Madhuban, Paradip.          9.    Rayagada : Station Road, Gajapati Junction, Main Road, Rayagada.
17.   Puri : Trimurti Heights, Badasankha, Grand Road, Puri.                  10.   Rourkela : Sector-19, Rourkela.
18.   Rayagada : Plot No. 1568, New Colony, Rayagada Nagar.                   11.   Sambalpur : Birasurendra Sai Marg, Po/Dist.-Sambalpur.
19.   Rourkela : Ground Floor, Mangal Kunj, Kachery Road, Rourkela                                       OUTSIDE ORISSA
20.   Sambalpur : Rr Mall, Ashok Talkies Road, V.S.S. Marg, Sambalpur         1.    Bokaro : Sector-4, Bokaro Steel City, Bokaro, Jharkhand.
21.   Sundargarh : Hospital Road, Sundargarh.                                 2.    Guwahati : Fancy Bazar, H.B. Road, Near Sani Mandir, Guwahati.
22.   Talcher : Sharma Chhak, Po.-Hatatota, Talcher.                          3.    Jameshedpur : 3, Ram Mandir Area, Bistupur, Jamshedpur.
                          OUTSIDE ORISSA                                      4.    Kolkata : Calcutta Linday Street, New Market, Kolkata.
1. Bokaro : Hotel Blue Diamond, 15 D/1 Western Avenue Ground Floor,           5.    New Delhi : CC-21, Nehru Enclave, Nehru Palace, New Delhi.
    Bokaro Steel City, Bokaro, Jharkhand.                                     6.    Patna : Patna Exhbition Road, Patna, Bihar.
2. Bhagalpur : 34, Patal Babu Road, Bhagalpur.                                7.    Raipur : Phulchowk, Gursukh Tower, Katona Talab, Raipur.
3. Dhanbad : Shri Ram Plaza, 1st Floor, Bank More, Dhanbad, Jharkhand.        8.    Ranchi : Raj Hospital Campus, Main Road, Ranchi.
4. Durgapur : Saheed Khudiram Sarani, City Centre, Durgapur.                                    CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
5. Guwahati : Chibber House, G.S. Road, Dispur, Guwahati, Assam.
                                                                              1.    Angul : Umashankar Bazar, Caltax Chhak, Turang, Angul.
6. Jamshedpur : Voltas House, Main Road, Bistupur, Jamshedpur.
                                                                              2.    Balasore : Opp. Muncipal Shopping Centre, Vivekanand Marg, Balasore
7. Kharagpur : 180/1, Malancha Road, West Midnapur, Kharagpur,WB.
                                                                              3.    Baripada : Holding No 220,Ward No.9, Deula Sahi,At/P.o.Baripada.
8. Kolkata : 7, Shakespeare Sarani, Kolkata, WB.
                                                                              4.    Berhmapur : Khalikote College Campus, Berhampur.
9. Lucknow : 25-B, Ashok Marg, Sikandar Bagh Chauraha, Lucknow.
                                                                              5.    Bhadrak : College Road, Naya Bazer, At & P.o. Bhadrak.
10. Mumbai : Mumbai Main (Fort) Universal Insurance Bldg., Sir P.M. Rd.
                                                                              6.    Bhubaneswar : a. 95, Janpath, Bhubaneshwar.
11. Muzaffarpur : Rd Complex, Club Road, Kalyani, Muzaffarpur.
                                                                                    b. N.1/257, I.r.c.village, C.r.p.square, Bhubaneswar
12. New Delhi : Delhi Main, Statesman House, 148, Barakhamba Road.
                                                                              7.    Cuttack : Patel Building, Buxi Bazar, Cuttack.
13. Patna : Lok Nayak Jay Prakash Bhawan, Dak Bungalow Crossing.
                                                                              8.    Dhenkanal : Radhika Commercial Comp, 1st Floor, Jawahar Chowk.
14. Raipur : Opp. New Bus Stand, Jeevan Bima Marg, Pandri, Raipur.
                                                                              9.    Jagatsinghpur : Gopal Sagar,Near Gandhi Chowk.
15. Ranchi : Main Rd, Near Albert Ekka Chowk, Below Bata Show Room.
                                                                              10.   Nayagarh : Plot No.1318/3221, 1318/1222, Khandapara Road.
16. Visakhapatnam : No. 47-10-24/25, Dwaraka Nagar, Viskhapatnam.
                                                                              11.   Paradeep : 1st Floor, Madhuban Market Complex, Madhuban.
                        SYNDICATE BANK                                        12.   Rourkela : Sharma Building, 1st Floor, Main Road, Rourkela.
1.    Angul : Plot No. 576/577, Jail Road, Sadar Bazar, Angul.                13.   Sambalpur : P.b. No. 6, Station Road, Gole Bazar Chowk, Sambalpur
2.    Balasore : Motiganj Bazar, Balasore - 756003.
                                                                                                         OUTSIDE ORISSA
3.    Baripada : Ganesh Market, Hospital Rd, Baripada, Mayurbhanj.
4.    Berhampur : Anant Plaza, Fire Station Road, Berhampur.                  1.    Durgapur : Hattala Road, Durgapur.
5.    Bhadrak : Kar Complex, Rajghat, Bye Pass Road, Bhadrak.                 2.    Kolkata : 86, S.p. Mukherjee Road, Po.-kalighat, Kolkata.
6.    Bhubaneswar : Kalpana Square, Bhubaneswar.                              3.    Kolkata : Block D1, Plot No. 13 To 18, Sector-1, Salt Lake, Kolkata
7.    Cuttack : Ward No. 14, Nandi Sahi, Choudhary Bazar, Cuttack             4.    Kharagpur : Kharida Main Road, Kharagpur, Dist. - Medinapur.
                                                                              5.    Siliguri : Siliguri, Dist. - Darjeeling.
Appendix - XX (Specimen Copy of Application Form)

								
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