JEECUP 2021 Syllabus will comprise questions asked from topics and chapters from 10th /12th level class. JEECUP stands for Joint Entrance Examination Council Uttar Pradesh. The examination is a state-level test of Uttar Pradesh. Through this examination, candidates will get admissions into different diploma courses offered by various polytechnic colleges and institutions across the Uttar Pradesh state. JEECUP examination is organized by the Uttar Pradesh Board of Technical Education (UPBTE). Candidates can check the complete details regarding JEECUP 2021 Syllabus through this article.
JEECUP 2021 Syllabus
Candidates are advised to go through the complete syllabus for the entrance examination before attending the exam. Going through the syllabus beforehand will help the candidates to score better marks in the test. It is also advisable and critical for students to study the topics prescribed by the syllabus and not skip any topics. The examination questions will be from the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. It will be based on the topics and chapters from the 10th/11th/12th class level.
The mathematics part will contain more mark distribution than the other subject sections so students must concentrate more on the mathematics part and try to score maximum in the section. According to the group-wise, the syllabus for UP Polytechnic examination is given below for candidates to check.
Group ‘A’ Syllabus
The group A syllabus consists of questions asked from the UP board 10th syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects. Students can prepare themselves with the reference of their 10th textbooks.
Group ‘B’ Syllabus
Group B syllabus consists of two sections, the first section will consist of Mathematics subject, and the other section will be subjects like Physics or Chemistry or agriculture.
Group ‘C’ Syllabus
For this section, the group C syllabus will consist of three parts or sections: Hindi and English Comprehension, Reasoning and Intelligence & General Awareness. Apart from this it also includes questions asked from the 10th level class.
Group’ D’ Syllabus
The group D syllabus part will consist of questions from the 12th class syllabus. It will comprise the four sections, namely Hindi and English Comprehension, Reasoning and Intelligence, Numerical Ability and General Awareness.
Group ‘E’ Syllabus
The syllabus for this group E will consist of 10 and +2 syllabus questions. Besides this part, Group ‘E’ syllabus also includes additional two sections: Physics and Chemistry, Biology or Mathematics.
Group ‘F’ Syllabus
The syllabus for this group F will comprise questions asked from the candidate’s BSc academics. It includes subjects like Physics, Biology, and Botany.
Group ‘G’ Syllabus
The group G syllabus will consist of questions asked from the students’ topics in their respective graduation field and includes the sections or parts like English Comprehension, Numerical Ability, Reasoning, General Intelligence and General Awareness.
Group ‘H’ Syllabus
In this group H, the syllabus will be divided into five sections or parts: Reasoning and Logical Discussion, Numerical Ability and Scientific Aptitude, English and General Knowledge. The questions that will be asked in this part will be of Intermediate level.
Group ‘I’ Syllabus
The group I syllabus will include questions from the 10 and +2 UP board syllabus. In addition to these, it also has additional two sections, namely Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
Group ‘K’ Syllabus
The Group k syllabus includes topics or chapters asked from the candidate’s respective 10th and 12th class level syllabus. The syllabus is divided into two parts or sections; the first section comprises Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics subjects and the second section will consist of questions asked from Engineering.
JEECUP 2021 Preparation Tips
All applicants aspiring to get admissions via this examination are advised to go through the JEECUP 2021 Preparation tips before attending examination to secure high marks.
- Students must schedule a prime time table and follow it strictly.
- All applicants must check the JEECUP examination syllabus before commencing to prepare for it.
- Make notes from the best high-quality study material.
- Have a healthy diet and nutritious regime. Do exercise and stay fit.
- Practice mock tests and workout previous year questions.
- Do group study with your friends and discuss important points.
- Starting preparing beforehand and don’t stress.