Syllabus, Criteria, Date for IIT JEE 2010

Availability of Application Forms for IIT JEE 2010

It is expected that IIT JEE application forms will be available in 3rd week of November. You can buy from the designated branches of banks depending on the details that will be available with release of admission notification. You can request for the forms by sending a demand draft with a request for the form. You can apply online through IIT website by filling the details in the online form and by sending the printed form with Demand Draft and other documents to specified IIT.

Important Dates

•    Date of availability of forms – 3rd week of November, 2009
•    Date of Examination – 2nd week of April, 2010
•    Last date for receipt of request for application form – 3rd week of December, 2009
•    Last date of receipt of completed application form – Last week of December, 2009
•    Declaration of Results – Last week of May, 2010

Course offered - B.Tech (4 years)

Eligibility Criteria for IIT JEE 2010

A candidate should have passed class 12th or equivalent with atleast 60% marks of aggregate. A candidate’s age should not be more than 25 as on 1st October 2009. For SC/STs, there is 5% relaxation. For SC/STs a candidate’s age should not be more than 30. Only candidates, who have passed 12th in 2009 or are appearing in 2010, can appear for IIT JEE.

Examination Pattern – There will be two papers of 3 hours duration each. Both papers have objective questions from Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. There will be negative marking also for incorrect answers.

Syllabus:

Chemistry:

•    General Topics
•    Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding
•    Gaseous and Liquid States
•    Energetics
•    Electrochemistry
•    Chemical equilibrium
•    Chemical kinetics
•    Solutions
•    Solid state
•    Nuclear chemistry
•    Surface chemistry
•    Preparation and properties of the following compounds
•    Isolation/preparation and properties of the following non-metals
•    Extractive metallurgy
•    Transition elements (3d series)
•    Ores and minerals
•    Preparation, properties and reactions of alkanes
•    Preparation and properties of the following compounds
•    Concepts
•    Phenols
•    Principles of qualitative analysis
•    Reactions of benzene
•    Preparation, properties and reactions of alkenes and alkynes
•    Amino acids and peptides
•    Carbohydrates
•    Properties and uses of some important polymers
•    Practical organic chemistry

Physics:

•    General physics
•    Thermal Physics
•    Modern physics
•    Mechanics
•    Optics
•    Electricity and magnetism

Mathematics:

•    Algebra
•    Two dimensions geometry
•    Three dimensions geometry
•    Trigonometry
•    Vectors
•    Differential Calculus
•    Integral Calculus

So, Good luck to all the candidates for the Entrance exams.

0 comments ↓

There are no comments yet...Kick things off by filling out the form below.

Leave a Comment