IPU CET BCA Syllabus
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University has declared IPU CET
BCA for the students who are interested to get admission applied
course. This
university has all rights reserves to commence CET for such aspirants who are
excited to get admission in BCA/ BTECH courses. To get better marks in the exam
you are suggested can go through IPU CET BCA Syllabus or IPU CET B.Tech
Syllabus as topic wise which is provided in below section. Students are
suggested to download IPU entrance exam syllabus in PDF by following some
points. BTECH Branch Wise syllabus for this exam is activated in this exam.
Such capable students who want to get admission In GGSIPU in
various UG and PG courses like BCA, B.Tech, BBA, CSE, MCA, B.Com, BA and other
Programmes they are advised to beat GGS Indraprastha University Common Entrance
Test by appearing in the test. Only qualified candidates in CET Entrance exam
are eligible to get admission in IP University. So contenders must start their
preparation according to IPU CET Syllabus and IPU CET Exam Pattern to qualify
entrance exam. Other details in association with IPU CET BCA /B.Tech Syllabus
are given below for all the visors of this portal. All the best to every
applier!!
IPU BCA Syllabus Overview
Subjects those are included in CET BCA Exam:
 General Awareness
 English including comprehension
 General Knowledge and Current Affairs
 Quantitative Ability
General Awareness:
Unit Computer Awareness
Computer Basics
Organization of Computer
Central Processing Unit (CPU)
Structure of instructions in CPU
input / output devices
Computer Memory
Memory Organization,
Backup devices
English including comprehension:
Unit
 Reading Comprehension

Unit
 Para Jumble

Unit
 English grammar

Unit
 Vocabulary

Reading Comprehension

Sentence Jumble

Nouns
Pronouns
Adjective
Adverbs
Prepositions
Articles
Verbs
Tense
Modifiers
Parallelism
Sentence Improvement
Subject Verb Agreement

Sentence completion
Word Usage
Synoymns
Idioms and Pharses
Cloze Test
Antonym
Analogy
Homophones
Confusables
Migratory Words
Phrasal Verbs

General Knowledge
and Current Affairs:
Politics
Banking and Finance
Business
Sports
Institutions of India
Defence & Space
Indian Judiciary
Awards & Honours
Literature
Economics
Indian Constitution
International Relations
Science and Technology
Movies
Who's who
Indian Industries
Indian Agriculture
Current Affairs
History
Geography
Quantitative
Ability:
Unit
 Data interpretations & Data Sufficiency

Unit
– Arithmetic

Unit
 Algebra

Data interpretations
Data Sufficiency

Profit, Loss and Discount
Percentage
Partnership
Pipes and Cisterns
Time and Work
Time, Speed and Distance
Ratio and proportion
Age
Averages
Alligation and Mixture
Circular Track & Upstreamdownstream
Compound interest
Relative speed
Simple Interest

Angles, lines
Properties of Circles
Area and Volume of 2D and 3D figures
BODMAS/Simplification
Quadratic equations
Number System
Probability
LCM and HCF
Permutation and Combination
Height and Distance
Logarithm
Linear Equation
Indices
Arithmatic and Geometric Prograssion
Set Theory & Venn Diagram
Geometry and Mensuration
Properties of Quadrilaterals
Properties of Triangles

IPU CET (BCA) Exam Pattern: Indraprastha
University will conduct CET BCA entrance exam in Pen & Paper mode.
Total time given to complete the examination is 2.5 hours. IPU CET BCA exam
will be of 600 marks in which total 150 questions will be asked. On every
correct answer 4 marks will be awarded and on incorrect answer one mark will be
deducted.
Section

Duration

Marks

Questions

English Language & Comprehension

25 Minutes

100

25

Mathematics

45 Minutes

180

45

Computer Awareness

45 Minutes

180

45

General Knowledge IT and Science Related

35 Minutes

140

35

IPU CET Syllabus For B.Tech: IPU CET B.Tech Branch wise syllabus
is given go through it and prepare for IPU CET exam. Check this out
Subjects those are
included in CET B.Tech Exam:
Mathematics
Chemistry
Physics
Mathematics
Unit Differential Equations
Ordinary Differential Equations
Solution Of Differential Equations
Homogeneous And Linear Differential Equations
Unit Statistics and Probability
Measures Of Dispersion
Standard Deviation
Probability
Unit Permutation & Combination
Principle Of Counting, Permutation
Unit Mathematical Induction
Mathematical Induction And Applications
Unit Sets, Relations and Functions
Sets And Their Representation
Equivalence Relations, Functions
Unit Sequence & Series
Arithmetic and geometric progressions
Special Series
Geometric Progression
Unit
Integral Calculus

Unit
Limit, Continuity and Differentiability

Unit
Matrix & Determinants

Unit
Complex Numbers

Application of definite integrals
Definite integrals and their properties
Methods of integration
Integration as the inverse process of differentiation

Real – Valued Functions
Algebra Of Functions
Polynomials
Rational, Trigonometric
Inverse Functions
Rolle’s And Lagrange’s Mean Value Theorems
Applications Of Derivatives
logarithmic and exponential function

Transformations
Inverse of A Square Matrix
Determinants
Matrices & Determinants

Complex Numbers
Algebra Of Complex Numbers
Quadratic Equations

Unit Mathematical
Reasoning:
Statements
Logical Operations
Contradiction
Converse And Contra positive
Unit Trigonometry:
Inverse Trigonometric function
Solution of Triangle
Measurement of angles
Unit Three
dimensional Coordinate Geometry:
Coordinate axes and coordinate planes
Angle between two lines
Equation of a plane
Unit Binomial
Theorem and Its Simple Applications: Binomial Theorem For Integral
Index
Unit CoOrdinate
Geometry:
Cartesian System Of Rectangular CoOrdinates
Straight Lines
Circles, Conic Sections
Unit Vector Algebra
Vectors And Scalars, Products
Chemistry:
Check all the portions:
Unit
Classificaton of Elements and Periodicity in Properties:
Morden Peirodic Law of Periodic table
Unit s – Block
Elements:
Alkali and Alkaline
Earth Metals
Unit Principles
Related To Practical Chemistry:
Organic Compound hydroxyl
Inorganic Compound
Titrinilide Excerises
Unit Surface
Chemistry:
Adsorption
Colloidal State
Enzyme catalysis
Unit Purification
and Characterization Of Organic Compounds:
Purification – Crystallization
Quantitative Analysis
Qualitative analysis
Unit Chemistry in
Everyday Life:
Chemicals In Medicines
Chemicals In Food
Cleansing agents
Unit
States of Matter Gases and Liquid

Unit
Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

Unit
Chemical Kinetics

Unit
Equilibrium

Solid state
Liquid state
Gaseous state
Chemical reactions
Measurement

Alcohols
Phenols
Ethers
Aldehyde and Ketones
Carboxylic Acids

Aspects of Kinetics
Factor Affecting the Rate of the Reactions
Mechanism of Reaction
Surface Chemistry Adsorption

Mole Concentration
Chemical Solutions
Physical Equilibrium
Chemical Equilibrium
Ionic Equilibrium
Factors Affecting Equilibrium

Unit organic
Compounds Containing Nitrogen:
Amines
Diazoniums salts
Unit Bimolecular:
General Introduction of biomolecules
Unit Organic Compounds
Containing Halogens:
Halogens Reactions
Environmental Effects Of Chloroform & Iodoform
Unit
CoOrdination Compounds: Introduction To CoOrdination Compounds
Unit
Electrochemistry:
Redox Reactions
Electrolytic Conduction
Unit
Some Basic Principles Of Organic Chemistry

Unit
 Some Basic Concepts In Chemistry

Unit
 Solutions

Common types of organics Reactions
Nomenclature (Trivial and IUPAC)
Classification of Organic Chemistry
Electronic displacement in a covalent bond

Dalton’s atomic theory
Mole concept and molar mass
Atomic And Molecular Masses
Laws Of Chemical Combination
General introduction

Different Concentration Of Solution
Vapour Pressure Of Solutions And Raoult’s Law
Ideal And NonIdeal Solutions

Unit
Hydrocarbons:
Alkanes
Alkenes
Alkynes
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Unit Atomic
Structure:
Atomic Introduction
Quantum mechanics
Electron atoms
Periodicity
Unit  Principles
and Processes of Isolation of Elements: Principles and Methods
of Extraction
Unit – Hydrogen:
Hydrogen as a fuel
Hydrogen in periodic table
Physical and Chemical Properties of water
Unit
p – Block Elements

Unit
Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure

UnitEnvironmental
chemistry

Unit
d – and f – Block Elements

Group 13 elements
Group 14 elements
Group 15 elements
Group 16 elements
Group 17 elements
Group 18 elements

Valence electrons, Ionic Bond
Molecular Structure
Covalent Bond
Metallic Bond
Intermolecular Forces

Proteins
Pollution
Polymers
Chemicals in medicine, healthcare and food
Vitamins
Nucleic Acids
Carbohydrates
The Biological Cell

Transition elements
Actinoids
Lanthanoids
Unit  polymers
Chapters
General Introduction and classification of polymers

Physics:
Unit  Universal
Law of Gravitation:
Force and Inertia
Newton’s laws
Circular motion
Statics and Kinetics friction
Dynamics of uniform circular motion
Unit – Gravitation:
Newton’s law of gravitation
Gravitational potential energy
Motion of planets
Unit  Kinetics
Theory of Gases:
Law Of Equipartition Of Energy
Application Of Specific Heat Capacities
Unit  Electronic
Devices:
Logic gates
Junction transistor
Semiconductor diode
Energy bands in solids
Unit  Heat &
Thermodynamics:
Heat, Work and Internal Energy
Second Law of thermodynamics, Carnot engine
Specific heat, Heat Transfer
Thermal equilibrium and temperature
Unit  Current
Electricity:
Ohm’s law, Joule heating
Electric Cell and Internal Resistance
kirchhof's Law
Unit
 Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

Unit
 Magnetic Effects Of Current And Magnetism

Unit
 Electrostatics

Unit
 Dual Nature Of Matter And Radiation

Rolling motion
Conservation of angular momentum
Moment of inertia
Torque and angular momentum
Rotational motion
Description of rotation velocity

BioSavert’s law and its applications
Ampere’s law and its applications
Lorentz force Law
Force in Uniform Magnetic Field
Magnetic moment of a current loop

Coulomb’s law
Electric field
Electrostatic potential and Electrostatic potential energy
Gauss’ law and its applications
Electric dipole
Capacitance and dielectrics

Dual Nature Of Radiation
Hertz And Lenard’s Observations
Photoelectric Effect
Einstein’s Photoelectric Equation
Particle Nature Of Light
Matter WavesWave Nature Of Particle
De Broglie Relation
DavissonGermer Experiment

Unit 
Electromagnetic Induction And Alternating Currents:
Faraday’s law, Lenz’s law, eddy currents
Self and mutual inductance
Transformers and generators
Alternating current
AC circuits, LCR circuits
Unit –
Oscillations:
Kinematics Of Periodic motion
Spring mass system, simple and compound pendulum
Forced & damped oscillations
Unit 
Electromagnetic Waves:
Electromagnetic Waves Characteristics
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Unit 
Communication Systems:
Propagation Of Electromagnetic Waves
Bandwidth Of Transmission Medium
Basic Elements Of A Communication System
Unit  Mechanics
of Solids and Fluids:
Pressure, density and Archimedes’ principle
Elasticity
Viscosity and Surface Tension
Bernoulli’s theorem
Unit
 Optics

Unit
 Work, Energy and Power

Unit
 Kinematics

Unit
 Atoms And Nuclei

Laws Of Reflection And Refraction
Lenses and mirrors
Interference
Interference in thin films
Optical instruments
Diffraction due to a single slit
Polarization
Electromagnetic waves

Work done by a force
Kinetic energy and workenergy theorem
Power
Conservative forces and potential energy
Conservation of mechanical energy

Properties of vectors
Position, velocity and acceleration vectors
Motion with constant acceleration
Projectile motion
Uniform circular motion
Relative motion

Rutherford’s model of atom
Bohr Model, Energy Levels
AlphaParticle Scattering Experiment
Composition and size of nucleus
Hydrogen Spectrum
Isotones
RadioactivityAlpha
Beta And Gamma
Radioactive Decay Law
MassEnergy Relation And Defect
Binding Energy Per Nucleon
Nuclear Fission And Fusion

Unit – Waves:
Progressive sinusoidal waves
Standing waves in strings and pipes
Superposition of waves, beats
Doppler Effect
Unit  Physical World and Measurement
Units Different systems of units, SI units
Dimensional Analysis
Precision and significant figures
Fundamental measurements in Physic
IPU CET B.Tech
Exam Pattern: Indraprastha University will conduct CET B.Tech exam
through Pen & Paper mode. Indraprastha University will contain 150
objective type questions in CET B.Tech exam (except B.Tech (Biotechnolgy) for
which 200 questions shall be asked. Each question shall carry 4 marks and 1
mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer. The written test will be of
2:30 hour duration and will carry 600 marks (but for B.Tech. Biotechnology the
test shall be of three hour duration with 200 questions with 800 marks).
Candidates are required to bring a black ball point to the Examination hall for
writing/marking responses (darkening the ovals) on OMR answer sheets. Use of
pencil is not allowed.
Subject for the
IPU CET B.Tech are:
Physics(33.33%)
Chemistry(33.33%)
Mathematics – (33.33%)
Reminder:
Dear candidates for getting other details connected with syllabus go to the
below link
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