Does bsc hons include whole 11th and 12th syllabus?
Dear applicant it totally depends on your curriculum of choice. If the B.Sc hons subject is zoology or Botany or Chemistry, Physics, math then you have to emphasize on detail into the portions you studied in both the classes. But if your topic is molecular biology, marine biology, biochemistry, biotechnology etc. then you will have different syllabus based on your course. So it solely depends on the course you chose, don't be nervous,
All the best!!
syllabus in cse branch in b tech
The Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) syllabus focuses on the study of the hardware and networking domains of computer technology. ... The CSE course encourages the all-round development of students by teaching them about designs, implementation, and management of computer systems.
B.Tech in Computer Science - Subjects
- Software engineering
- Fundamentals of Computer Organization and System
- Advanced Programming
- Computer Graphics
- Introduction to database managements systems
- C++ Programming
- Java Programming
- Discrete Mathematics
- Introduction to programming using pythons
Hopefully This Will help you.
What are the subject wise syllabus of AIPGET
All India AYUSH Post Graduation Entrance Test (AIAPGET) is a national level exam conducted by All India Institute of Ayurveda on behalf of the Ministry of AYUSH. This test is the gateway to admission in M. D/M.S./Diploma courses in Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, and homeopathy Systems of medicine. This is the only entrance examination for the admission in P.G. admission in AYUSH medical schools in India.AIA PGET syllabus provides an understanding of programs like Ayurveda (BAMS), Homoeopathy (BHMS), Siddha (BSMS) and Yogic Science (BYMS), etc.
The syllabus for the courses are given below:
Pathology and Microbiology
Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
Surgery including ENT Ophthalmology and Dental Homoeo. Therapeutics
Physiology including Biochemistry
Homeopathic Materia and Medica
Obstetrics and Gynecology Infant care and Homoeo. Therapeutics
Practice of Medicine
History of Ayurved
Philosophy (kriya sharer)
Charak Samhita (uttarardha)
Structure of Body (Rachana sharer)
Pharmacology and Materia Medica (dravyaguna vighyan)
Toxicology, Forensic Medicine And Medical Jurisprudence (agadtantra)
Iatrochemistry And Ayurvedic Pharmaceutics (rasa shastra)
Prasuti Tantra and Stri Roga
Research methodology and medical statistics
Five-element theory (lymbootha Kolgai)
96 Fundamental Principles (Thathuvams) and its different concepts
Three humoural theory ( Uyir Thaathukkal)
Seven Physical constituents ( UdalKattukal )
Five basic properties of Drug
Three primordial, eternal entities and their Siddha anthric theories (Pathi, Pasu, Paasam)
Initiation towards the highest goal of life (Deekai)
For more detail about AIAPGET Exam and syllabus visit this site:
I am currently in 12 grade, I will complete my whole syllabus in November, after November I am going to strat revising so should I use February month to utilise means can I use February month also to revise?? please help
It's pretty good to see that you are working so hard to achieve your career goals. There is one tip I would like to tell you that always expect less time available for you to revise the syllabus. If you get more time think that you are fortunate, as per your preparation try to complete your revision by January, if you get another one month time to revise then definitely use it. But for your sake keep the month of February as a final step preparation to gain more confidence and do your best at the exams.
in 4th year of btech ece, does syllabus gets reduced, if someone wants to prepare for govt.exams, will he get enough time?
Yeah you can start preparing for any competitve exams from mid of 6th semester because at that time period is for doing internships and making projects. Many students start their preparations from 6th semester.
Best of luck for your future:-)
from where I will get syllabus of class 12th of term 1st 2021 for all subjects
See if you are from CBSE board you can get all the syllabus of class 12th on this site:
If you are not from CBSE borad then you can check your syllabus from Academic Cirriculam section in your official board website.
syllabus for btech 1st year cse
Here is a List of topics and subjects which are taught in the first year of computer science engineering-
Java Programming, AutoCAD, data structures and programming algorithms, engineering practicing Labs, object oriented programming, applied mathematics-1, applied physics-1, applied chemistry-1, manufacturing processes, web engineering, machine learning, etc.
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Is it possible to crack KVPY-SB stream exam preparing only 10th, 11th and12th syllabus? Are questions from 1st year BSc syllabus asked in sb paper?
KVPY SB stream is for the candidates who are seeking to appear for KVPY in their 1st year of BSc program and this stream consists of syllabus from Class X, Class XI, Class XII and 1st year of college. So, yes if you want to score good marks in KVPY you need to prepare for the 1st year syllabus as well, don't worry it would not be difficult as 1st year syllabus of any UG degree is related to the syllabus of 12th class only. To know more, visit here:
what is the syllabus for wgsha manipal departmental test???
Department Test conducted by the Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration (WGSHA) is an official entrance exam administered by the Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration (WGSHA), Manipal for admission of aspirants in Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM) and B. A. Culinary Arts courses.
The syllabus for the test is:-
Vocabulary (word – meaning), synonym, antonym, analogies, idioms and phrases, fill in the blanks, sentences: construction & reconstruction
Numerical Ability, Analytical Reasoning and Logical Deduction:-
Data interpretation: Venn diagrams, tables & charts, graphs & bars; tests of reasoning and logic
General Knowledge & Current Events:-
Basic Science & Technology, Weights & Measurements, Currencies & Capitals, International Sporting Events, National & International Awards, Personalities and Who’s Who: Political, Social, Top Business CEOs, Entrepreneurs & Industry Leaders, Culinary: Top Chefs & Entrepreneurs, Top Hotel Brands and Restaurants, Michelin Star Restaurants of last 5 Years, World Organizations: UN, Travel & Tourism, Culinary; Solar System & Universe, World Geography: Continents, Countries, Mountains, Oceans, Seas, Rivers, Deserts; Indian Geography: States & Capitals, Tourist Places, Places of Heritage, Mountains, Oceans, Seas, Rivers, Deserts, Forests, Animals & Bird Sanctuaries; Indian Culture: Dance Forms, Music, Festivals, Languages: Current Events,
Recent Coverage in News & Social Media
For further information about the admission process, visit:-
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Kindly tell me the fees details of B.Ed.When will B.Ed course start?What are the syllabus for B.Ed?
The fees get varied from colleges to colleges.Approximately it costs around 20,000-30,000 per semester.
This year, the admission for B. Ed courses will start in July/ August .
B.Ed. Syllabus & Subjects
Syllabus of Bachelor of Education as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.
|Sr. No.||Subjects of Study|
|1||Paper-I Philosophical and Sociological Basis of Education|
|2||Paper-II The Learner – Nature and Development|
|3||Paper-III Teaching–Learning Process|
Paper-IV (PART-A) School Management
(PART-B) Computer Education
Paper-V (PART-A) Guidance and Counselling-
(PART-B) Any One of the following options:(i) School Library Services
(ii) Comparative Education
(iii) Adult and Continuing Education
(iv) Health and Physical Education
(v) Education of Children with special needs
(vi) Population Education
(vii) Distance Education and Open Learning
(viii) Environmental Education
(xi) Yoga Education
(x) Value Education
(xi) Educational Technology
(xii) Elementary Education
(xiii) Women Education & Indian Society
(xiv) Co-Curricular Activities in Schools
(xv) E-Education Resource Development
PAPERS-VI & VII: Methodology of Teaching of any two of the following:
|1||Teaching of English||12||Teaching of Life Science|
|2||Teaching of Hindi||13||Teaching of Physical Science|
|3||Teaching of Punjabi||14||Teaching of Home Science|
|4||Teaching of Sanskrit||15||The teaching of Fine Arts|
|5||Teaching of History||16||Teaching of Music|
|6||Teaching of Geography||17||The teaching of Physical Education|
|7||Teaching of Economics||18||Teaching of Agriculture|
|8||The teaching of Social Studies||19||The teaching of Computer Education|
|9||Teaching of Commerce||20||The teaching of Political Science|
|10||Teaching of Mathematics||21||The teaching of Public Administration|
|11||Teaching of Science||22||Teaching of Sociology|
(a) B.Ed. course (through Correspondence) is spread over two years, wherein Theory Papers I, II, III, IV (a & b) and Practical Components II & III shall be covered in B.Ed. Part-I; and
(b) Theory Papers V (a & b), VI and VII and Practical Components I & IV shall be covered in B.Ed. Part-II.
A. There shall be four components of practical work. The distribution of the practical work shall be as under:
|I||School Experience Programme||60+60=120||40+40=80||200 (For two teaching subjects)|
|II||Simple Expressional Competencies||30||20||50|
|III||Health & Sports Programme||30||20||50|
A. Work Experience Programme
B. Co-curricular, Culture & Community Activities