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Old 28th July 2015, 01:17 PM
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Here I am providing the Mathematics subject weightage of marks for Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test which you are looking for .


In algebra, we may expect upto 13 marks from this topic.
Functions - Type of Functions - Algebra of real valued functions :- An Important Chapter, 1 or more bits expected from this topic
Mathematical Induction and Applications :- No bit is expected directly from this chapter. But its principles may be useful later.
Permutations and Combinations - Linear and Circular Permutations - Combinations :- 3-4 Questions Expected. Concentrate on standard models.
Binomial Theorem - For a positive Integral Index - For any Rational Index - Applications - Binomial Co-efficients :- 2 bits expected on binomial theorem. Also, this topic has its extension in Engineering. So worthy to concentrate on it.
Partial Fractions :- May not be directly but its applications are highly useful in complex arithmatic problem solving.
Exponential and Logarithmic Series :- 1 Question is expected from this topic.
Quadratic Expressions, Equations and Inequations in one variable :- 2-3 Problems expected from this topic. Problems involving calculation of number of +ve and -ve roots need much attention.
Theory of Equations :- 1-2 Problems expected from this topic.
Matrices :- One of the most easiest topic of all and 100% marks can be scored in this topic with little concentration.. 3-4 bits are expected from all the Matrices related topics.
Complex Numbers and their Properties :- A topic having great importance in AIEEE. 1-2 bits are expected from this

Vector Algebra:

10-13 bits are expected in all from this whole topic
Algebra of Vectors :- We may expect 3-4 problems from the topics of Vector Equations, Plane Equations etc
Scalar and Vector Product of two vectors and applications :- 3-4 bits are expected on this topics including a theory bit.
Scalar and Vector triple products - Scalar and Vector products of four vectors :- 3 bits expected.


A total of 12-17 bits are expected from all the topics in trigonometry (including applications)
Trigonometric functions - Graphs -Periodicity :- Can expect 1 bit from this topic
Trigonometric Ratios of Compound Angles, Multiple and Sub Multiple Angles :- 1-2 bits are expected
Trigonometric Equations :- 2 bits are expected from this topic
Inverse Trigonometric Functions :- 1-2 bits can be expected. More emphasis must be laid on basic formulae.
Hyperbolic and Inverse Hyperbolic Functions :- 2 bits are expected. Concentrate more on the formulae.
Properties of Triangles :- 1-2 bits can be expected.
Heights and Distances (in 2-D plane) :- 1 bit is for sure and it will be very easy if you know the basics.


12-15 Bits are expected from this topic. It is an interesting topic if understood. Can turn into a nightmare otherwise.
Random Experiments - Sample Space - Events - Probability of an Event - Addition and Multiplication Theorems of probability - Baye's Theorem :- 5-6 problems expected from these topics. Concentrate more on standard problems.
Random Variables - Mean and Variance of a Random Variable - Binomial and Poisson Distributions :- Theory bits are expected. In the Engineering point of view, these topics have a major role to play in scientific calculations and estimations. So read it for knowledge purpose.

Coordinate Geometry:
A few formulae and their applications skill will fetch you 15 marks from this topic.
Locus - Translation of Axes - Rotation of Axes :- 1 bit is expected.
Straight Line - Pair of Straight Lines - Circles - System of Circles - Conics - Parabola - Hyperbola - Equations of tangent - Normal and Polar at any point of these conics :- 5-6 bits are expected from all these topics. A little understanding of the fundamentals and good memory of the formulae helps you in gaining these 5 or 6 marks easily.
Polar Coordinates :- 1 bit is expected
Coordinates in 3-D - Distance between two points in space - Section formula and Applications :- We expect 2 bits from these topics
Direction Cosines and Direction Ratios of a line - Angle between two lines :- 1 bit is expected.
Cartesian Equation of a Plane :- 1 bit may be expected
Sphere - Cartesian Equation - Center and Radius :- 1 bit is expected.

11-14 marks are surely expected from this chapter.
Functions - Limits - Continuity :- 1 Mark Expected
Differentiation - Methods of Differentiation :- 1 or no bit is expected directly.
Successive Differentiation - Leibnitz's theorem and applications :- 1 bit may be expected and it can be a theory bit.
Applications of Differentiation - Partial Differentiation including Euler's Theorem on homogeneous functions :- 1 or no bit is expected.
Integration - Methods of Integration :- Heart of Calculus, 2-3 problems are expected on integrations and they can be a bit complex to solve. Concentrate on Integration Formulae.
Definite Integrals and their Applications to areas - Reduction Formulae :- 1-2 bits are expected.
Numerical Integration - Trapezoidal and Simpson's Rules :- 1-2 Problems may be asked
Differential Equations :- This is another important topic for future and we can expect 4-5 bits.
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Old 30th March 2020, 12:49 PM
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Default Re: EAMCET Weightage for Each Chapter

TS EAMCET Chapter-wise Weightage



Physical World 1%
Laws of Motion 5%
Units and Measurements 2%
System of Particles and Rotational Motion 6%
Motion in a Plane 5%
Motion in a Straight Line 3%
Work, Power, and Energy 6%
Oscillations 4%
Gravitation 4%
Mechanical Properties of Solids 2%
Mechanical Properties of Fluids 3%
Thermodynamics 9%
Thermal Properties of Matter 3%
Waves 4%
Waves Optics 3%
Ray Optics and Optical Instruments 3%
Kinetic Theory 2%
Electric Charges and Fields 3%
Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance 4%
Current Electricity 4%
Moving Charges and Magnetism 5%
Magnetism and Matter 2%
Electromagnetic Induction 3%
Alternating Current 3%
Electromagnetic Waves 2%
Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter 3%
Atoms 2%
Nuclei 3%
Semiconductor Electronics 3%
Communication Systems 3%

EAMCET Syllabus for Physics

Physical World
Units and Measurements
Motion in a straight line
Motion in a plane
Laws of Motion
Work, Energy and Power
Systems of Particles and Rotational Motion
Mechanical Properties of Solids
Mechanical Properties of Fluids
Thermal Properties of Matter
Kinetic Theory
Ray Optics and Optical Instruments
Wave Optics
Electric Charges and Fluids
Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance
Current Electricity
Moving Charges and Magnetism
Magnetism and Matter
Electromagnetic Induction
Alternating Current
Electromagnetic Waves
Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
Semiconductor Electronics
Communication Systems

EAMCET Syllabus for Chemistry

Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
Atomic Structure
Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure
States of Matters – Gases and Liquids
Chemical Equilibrium and Acids-Bases
Hydrogen and its Compounds
The s block elements
p block elements Group 13
p block elements Group 14
Environmental Chemistry
Organic Chemistry some basic principles, techniques and hydrocarbons
Solid State
Electrochemistry and Chemical Kinetics
Surface Chemistry
General principles of Metallurgy
p- block Elements Group 15 – 18
d and f block elements & Coordination Compounds
Chemistry in Everyday life
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Organic Compounds containing C, H and O
Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen

EAMCET Syllabus For Mathematics


Hyperbolic Functions
Properties of Triangles
Trigonometric Equations
Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Trigonometric Ratios up to Transformations

Measures of Dispersion
Random Variables and Probability Distributions

Theory of Equations
De Moivre’s Theorem
Complex Numbers
Mathematical Induction
Quadratic Expressions
Binomial Theorem
Permutations and Combinations
Partial Fractions
Vector Algebra

Addition of Vectors
Product of Vectors
Coordinate Geometry

Pair of Straight Lines
Transformation of Axes
Straight Lines
System of Circles
Direction Cosines and Direction Ratios
Three-Dimensional Coordinates

Limits and Continuity
Applications of Derivates
Differential Equations
Definite Integrals
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