Course outlines for the entrance examinations

(I) B.Tech. Programme: As per JEE(Main)-2013 (visit: www.cbse.nic.in & www.jeemain.nic.in)

(II) P.G. Degree/Diploma/Certificate Programme

Candidates are to sit for Tezpur University Entrance Examinations (TUEE), 2013 to be held during May 25-27, 2013. Entrance Examinations for all programmes will be of two hours duration and will carry 100 marks.

M.Sc. in Chemical Sciences:The questions are on the basis of B.Sc. (Chemistry Major) syllabus along with 10+2 standard Mathematics, Physics, Biology and General Aptitude. The test comprises of all objective type questions. The distribution of marks is as per the following – General Science (10), Physical Chemistry (30), Organic Chemistry (30) and Inorganic Chemistry (30).

M.Sc. in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology: The entrance examination is held for 10 seats (out of 30 seats) reserved for the domicile of North East India. The Question booklet will have two parts. Subjective answers in Part B will be checked only if the candidate qualifies the objective questions given in Part A. The booklet will have questions on higher secondary level Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics and graduate level Life Science subjects.

M.A./M.Sc. in Mathematics: Questions will be of objective of Graduate level Mathematics. Each question carries 2 marks and 0.5 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

M.Sc. in Physics: Upto B.Sc. Physics (Honours) syllabus. The paper is of objective type. M.Sc. in Nano Science and Technology: Upto B.Sc. honours in Physics/Chemistry/Biology syllabus. The paper is of objective type.

M.Sc. in Environmental Science: The test paper shall have multiple choice type questions of 10+2 and under graduate level science.

M.A. in Cultural Studies: The written test includes questions (descriptive as well as objective type) covering (a) General Information on North East India, particularly Assam, (b) Elementary Knowledge about the artistic and cultural heritage of India with particular reference to the North East India. The candidates may have to face an interview.

M.A. in English: The entrance examination assesses whether the candidate has the level of knowledge and skills expected of a student who has graduated/is going to graduate with major/honours in English.

M.A. in Linguistics and Language Technology: The entrance examination tests whether the candidate has the basic information and ideas about languages of the world and how language as a phenomenon works.

M.A. in Mass Communication and Journalism: The written test shall comprise of both objective and subjective questions. The objective questions consist of current affairs, general knowledge, English language, general awareness on Northeast India and the basics of mass media. The subjective section is to test the candidate’s writing skills, creative and analytical capabilities. The final selection will be based on written test, group discussion and personal interview.

M.A. in Sociology: The written test includes questions (objective as well as subjective type) on (i) general awareness and (ii) understanding of various socio-economic issues.

MCA: The written test consists of three parts: (i) Logical Reasoning and Basic Mathematical Ability, (ii) Mathematics (10+2 level) or fundamentals of Computer Science and (iii) English composition.

M.Tech. in Information Technology: The written test will be based on Programming in C, Computer Organization, Data Structures, Operating Systems, System Software, Computer Network, DBMS and Theory of Computation. The candidates may have to face an interview.

M.Tech. in Electronics Design & Technology: B.E. or equivalent level courses on Electronics and Communica-tion Engineering, Electrical Engineering, AMIE in Electronics, M.Sc. in Physics with Electronics as special paper, M.Sc. in Electronics Sciences.

M.Tech. in Bioelectronics: B.E/B.Tech. level courses in Electronics Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering, Communication Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Biotechnology, MBBS level, M.Sc. level courses on Chemistry, Biophysics, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology & Biotechnology, Polymer Science and Electronics.

Post B. Sc. Integrated M. Tech. in Food Engineering &Technology: The test paper shall contain 100 objective type questions from 10+2 Mathematics (30%), Physics (20%) and Chemistry (20%) and General Knowledge & Aptitude (30%). Selection will be based on Total Marks secured in TUEE.

M.Tech. in Food Engineering and Technology: The test paper shall contain 100 objective type questions covering the subjects of mathematics (20%), General Engineering (30%) and Food Engineering and Technology (50%). Selection will be based on Total Marks secured in TUEE.

M.Tech. in Energy Technology: The final selection is based on written test. The test paper will include multiple choice questions covering (i) energy sources and energy conservation, (ii) mathematics, (iii) physics and (iv) chemistry (Graduate level courses in Science and Engineering).

M.Tech. in Polymer Science and Technology: The test paper shall have questions based on chemical science related subjects (Chemistry/ Polymer Science/Applied Chemistry) at Master’s degree level and allied subjects (Polymer Sci. & Tech./Fiber Sci. & Tech./ Rubber Tech. / Plastic Tech./ Chemical Engineering) at professional (B.Tech./B.E.) degree level.

M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering (Specialization: Applied Mechanics): The written test will be on basic mechanical engineering with special emphasis on Solid Mechanics and Fluid Mechanics. There may be a personal interview also if the number of candidates is large.

Certificate in Chinese: The entrance examination will assess the candidate’s knowledge of English grammar and usage, ability to write coherent paragraphs in English and general information about China

P.G. Diploma in Mobile and Multimedia Communication: The written test shall comprise of both objective and subjective type questions. The objective questions will consist of tests on English Language, General Knowledge, Computer Knowledge, Current Affairs, Culture and Traditions of North East India. The subjective questions are to test the candidates’ sensitivity towards social issues and writing skills. The final selection will be based on the written test and personal interview.

 P.G. Diploma in Tourism Management: The written test of objective type will consist of General Knowledge, Test of Reasoning and Test of English. Short listed candidates (based on the written test) may have to appear for a personal interview. Information regarding Personal Interview will be given in the website along with declaration of shortlisted candidates.

P.G. Diploma in Translation (Hindi): The written test shall have both objective and descriptive type of questions based on degree level syllabus of Hindi major, electives, praveen and sahitya ratna.

(III) Integrated M.Sc. and B.Sc.B.Ed Programmes

Integrated M.Sc. and B.Sc.B.Ed in Mathematics: Test comprising of 60 objective type questions in two sections. In the first section 35 are to be answered out of a total 40 questions in Mathematics. In the second section 15 questions are to be attempted out of 20 questions in Biology, Chemistry, Physics & General. Each question carries 2 marks and 0.5 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

(IV) Integrated M.A. in English and Integrated B.A.B.Ed. in English: The entrance test has two components. The first aims to test the candidate’s general knowledge and the second their ability to write grammatically correct and acceptable English

(V) Ph.D. Programme: Candidates are selected based on the performance in the written test followed by personal interview. The syllabus for the examination will be as per respective P.G./U.G. courses.

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