Assam CEE 2020 Exam Syllabus - Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics

Published on : 12th November 2019    Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
Assam CEE

The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Assam prescribes the official syllabus for the Assam Combined Entrance Examination (CEE) as per the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council’ s Class XII syllabus. The question paper is set as per the syllabus prescribed by DTE. The topics are taken from the class XI and XII syllabus. Before moving ahead with the preparation, candidates must understand the syllabus and exam pattern properly. Here in the article, we will be listing both. So, before you begin your preparations, check out the complete article for Assam CEE 2020 syllabus and exam pattern. The Assam CEE 2020 exam will be conducted in the last week of April 2020.

Assam CEE 2020 Exam Pattern

The Assam CEE 2020 exam is conducted through offline mode. The question paper will be in two languages - English and Assamese. The questions will be asked from the following sections:

Papers

Number of Questions

Physics

40

Chemistry

40

Mathematics

40

Each question is of 4 marks and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect response. So, candidates are advised to answer the questions carefully.

Assam CEE Syllabus 2020 -

The syllabus for all the Papers are as under:

Physics

Laws of Motion, Solids and Fluids, Oscillations, Rotational Motion and Moment of Inertia, Units and Measurement, Waves, Electromagnetic Waves, Current Electricity, Description of Motion in One Dimension, Electrostatics, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents, Thermal and Chemical Effects of Currents, Solids and Semi-conductors Devices, Atoms, Molecules and Nuclei, Ray Optics, Transference of Heat, Work, Energy, and Power, Description of Motion in Two and Three Dimensions.

Chemistry

States of Matter, Atomic Structure, Some Basic Concepts, Chemical Equilibrium, Chemical Energetics and Thermodynamics, Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry, Rates of Chemical Reactions and Chemical Kinetics, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Surface Chemistry, Chemistry of Non-Metals I, Chemistry of Non-Metals II, Chemistry of Lighter Metals, Heavy Metals, Coordination Chemistry and Organometallics, Chemistry of Representative Elements, Transition Metals including Lanthanides, Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds, Organic Compounds containing Halogens, Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen, Chemistry in Action, Synthetic and Natural Polymers, Hydrocarbons, Nuclear Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry.

Mathematics

Complex Numbers, Sets, Relations and Functions, Differentials Equations, Differential Calculus, Vector Algebra, Integral Calculus, Trigonometry, Dynamics, Binomial Theorem and its Application, Permutations and Combinations, Sequences and Series, Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion, Two-Dimensional Geometry, Three-Dimensional Geometry, Matrices and Determinants, Mathematical Induction and its Application.

After considering the syllabus, make a proper study plan. Keep time slots for every subject. Make sure you study all the subjects every day. Also, purchase some good books and make sure you read the NCERT books to clear the concepts.



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