Assam CEE 2021 Syllabus consists of topics from different subjects such as Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Assam CEE stands for Assam Combined Entrance Exam is a state-level test. The engineering examination is conducted by the Assam Science and Technology University (ASTU), Assam. The entrance test is performed once a year by the officials of DTE, Assam. The examination is for aspiring students who seek admission in engineering programmes (B.Tech) offered by various colleges in Assam. Given in this article are the complete details about the Assam CEE Syllabus 2021.
Assam CEE 2021 Syllabus
The Assam CEE 2021 Syllabus consists of topics from three sections, namely Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The officials take the latest Assam Higher Secondary Education Council / NCERT syllabus into consideration for this examination. The syllabus for Assam CEE examination is given below.
Assam CEE Physics Syllabus
The Physics syllabus includes questions from topics such as Electrostatics, Magnetic Effects of Currents, Heat and Thermodynamics, Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Currents, Electromagnetic Waves, Electron and Photons, Magnetostatics, Units and Measurement, Motion in Two or Three Dimension, Laws of Motion, Work, Energy and Power, Motion in One Dimension, Rotational Motion & Moment of Inertia, Solids and Fluids, Gravitation, Oscillations, Waves, Transference of Heat, Current Electricity, Thermal and Chemical Effects of Currents, Atoms, Wave Optics, Ray Optics, Molecules & Nuclei and Solids & Semiconductors Devices.
Assam CEE Mathematics Syllabus
Mathematics will contain questions asked from the topics like Family of Circles, Combination, Conic Section, Differential Equation, Integration using trigonometric identities, Binomial and Poisson distribution, Differential Calculus, Fundamental Integrals, Integral as limit of a sum, Motion under Gravity, Relation between roots & coefficient numbers, Law of Motion Projectile, Sphere, Integral Calculus, Polynomials, Matrices & determinants and Quadratic equation, Sets, Arithmetic-Geometric Series, Heights and Distances, Complex Number, Applications for approximation, Lagrange’s Mean Value Theorems, Arithmetic Geometric & Harmonic Progression, Binomial theorems & its Applications, Calculation of mean median & mode of grouped & ungrouped data.
Assam CEE Chemistry Syllabus
Chemistry syllabus contains topics from Nuclear Chemistry, Some Basic Principles, Classification of Organic Compounds, Noble Gases & Hydrogen, Organic Compounds containing Oxygen, Organic Compounds containing Halogens, Hydrocarbons, Synthetic & Natural Polymers, Bio-Molecules and Biological Processes, Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen, Some Basic Concepts, Solutions, States of Matters, Chemical energetic and Thermodynamics, Atomic Structure, Chemical Equilibrium, Redox Reactions & Electro Chemistry, Surface Chemistry, Chemical Families – Periodic Properties, Chemistry of Non-Metals (I), Chemistry of Non-Metals (II), Heavy Metals, Chemistry of Representative Elements, Alkaline Earth Metals, Rates of Chemical Reactions & Chemical Kinetics, Boron Family, Carbon Family, Alkali Metals, Nitrogen Family, Oxygen Family, Halogen Family, Transition Metal including Lanthanides, Chemistry in Action and Environmental Chemistry.
Assam CEE Exam Pattern 2021
The exam pattern of Assam CEE 2021 will consist of information regarding duration, types of questions, the number of questions, marking scheme etc.
- The Assam CEE entrance exam will be conducted for three hours.
- Multiple choice question type will be asked in the examination.
- The entrance exam will contain questions for 120 questions from subjects such as Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
- The question paper will be in both English and Assam language.
- Students will be rewarded four marks for every correct response or answers.
- For every wrong answer, one mark will be deducted.
- Due to the presence of negative marking in the examination, candidates are advised to attend only the question they are sure about and exempt the doubtful questions.
- Forty questions will be per each section, namely Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, respectively.