|Date of Examination||10 April 2019|
|Time of Examination||9:00 AM|
Eligibility criteria for the VITEEE 2017:
To be eligible to appear for VITEEE, the candidate:
The eligible applicant must be born on or after 1st July 1995.
To be eligible, one must have cleared 12th standard(compulsory subject being math and an optional subject being biology).
VITEEE is also open for NIOS.
All VIT eligible students must have studied either regular type of education or full-time education and not part-time otherwise the entire application is discarded, overruling eligibility.
Even when the eligibility criteria are met with,the applicant aspiring a seat at VIT can only get one course out of the 18 available course at VITEEE.
If the VIT applicant has also taken up biology in his schooling, he is eligible to apply for any of the 3 biology courses at VITEEE - Biotechnology, Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Genetics and Applied Microbiology.
The eligibility for courses like Architecture, Advanced Sciences, Civil and Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Information Technology&Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Social Sciences&Languages, Business School and Law School varies according to their departmental needs.
Depending on the eligibility criteria laid by VIT and subject is chosen, the applicant can take up respective courses at VITEEE once he gets to the application procedure
For VIT Law School, the chances of admission will be boosted if there are aony relevant work experiences along with the satisfaction of all the conditions of the eligibility criteria.
Applicants aiming to join VIT Law School should necessarily appear for CAT/XAT/MAT/GMAT/CMAT and these scores should be made available to the official VIT administrative office before the deadline to be made eligible for admission in VIT.
The candidates must have cleared intermediate with minimum 60% marks from a well-known education board that is CBSE, ICSE or any other recognized board to be eligible.
The candidates belonging to the SC/ST sections or the north eastern states need to have an aggregate score of 50% to be eligible.
Once the application process for VIT is cleared, the student has to wait till VITEEE results are announced. The cutoff for VITEEE changes every year but according to the statistics, the eligibility for VIT first round counseling ends at 20,000.
Since the competition is very high, it is often tough to get a seat in VIT even when your VITEEE went really well. It is advised that candidates wait for the final round of counseling before they change their mind because a lot of eligible candidates usually leave the seat empty.
|Starting date of registration||01 November 2018|
|Last date of registration||09 March 2019|
Syllabus for VITEEE 2017:
The questions in the examination are based on 10+2 level and include topics from Physics, Chemistry, andMath/ Biology. A brief overview of the topic is mentioned below.
1. Laws of Motion & Work, Energy and Power
Law of conservation of linear momentum and its applications. Static and kinetic friction - laws of friction -rolling friction - lubrication.Work done by a constant force and a variable force; kinetic energy - work-energy theorem - power.
Conservative forces: conservation of mechanical energy (kinetic and potential energies) - non-conservative forces: motion in a vertical circle - elastic and inelastic collisions in one and two dimensions.
2. Properties of Matter
Elastic behaviour - Stress-strain relationship - Hooke's law - Young's modulus - bulk modulus -shear modulus of rigidity - Poisson's ratio - elastic energy. Viscosity - Stokes' law - terminal velocity -streamline and turbulent flow - critical velocity. Bernoulli's theorem and its applications.Heat - temperature - thermal expansion: thermal expansion of solids - specific heat capacity: Cp, Cv -latent heat capacity. Qualitative ideas of Blackbody radiation: Wein's displacement Law - Stefan's law.
Charges and their conservation; Coulomb’s law-forces between two point electric charges - Forces between multiple electric charges-superposition principle. Electric field – electric field due to a point charge, electric field lines; electric dipole, electric field intensity due to a dipole - behaviour of a dipole in a uniform electric field. Electric potential - potential difference-electric potential due to a point charge and dipoleequipotentialsurfaces – electrical potential energy of a system of two point charges.
Electric flux-Gauss’s theorem and its applications. Electrostatic induction-capacitor and capacitance –dielectric and electric polarisation – parallel plate capacitor with and without dielectric medium –applications of capacitor – energy stored in a capacitor - Capacitors in series and in parallel – action of points – Van de Graaff generator.
4. Current Electricity
Electric Current – flow of charges in a metallic conductor – drift velocity and mobility and their relationwith electric current. Ohm’s law, electrical resistance - V-I characteristics – electrical resistivity and conductivity-classification of materials in terms of conductivity – Carbon resistors – colour code for carbon resistors - combination of resistors – series and parallel – temperature dependence of resistance – internal resistance of a cell – potential difference and emf of a cell - combinations of cells in series and in parallel.
Kirchoff’s law – Wheatstone’s Bridge and its application for temperature coefficient of resistancemeasurement - Metrebridge - special case of Wheatstone bridge - Potentiometer principle - comparing the emf of two cells.
5. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
Magnetic effect of electric current – Concept of magnetic field - Oersted’s experiment – Biot-Savart lawMagnetic field due to an infinitely long current carrying straight wire and circular coil – Tangent galvanometer – construction and working – Bar magnet as an equivalent solenoid – magnetic field lines.
Ampere’s circuital law and its application. Force on a moving charge in uniform magnetic field and electric field – cyclotron – Force on current carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field – Forces between two parallel current carrying conductors - definition of ampere.
Torque experienced by a current loop in a uniform magnetic field - moving coil galvanometer – conversion to ammeter and voltmeter – current loop as a magnetic dipole and its magnetic dipole moment - Magnetic dipole moment of a revolving electron.
6. Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current
Electromagnetic induction - Faraday’s law - induced emf and current - Lenz’s law. Self induction - Mutual induction - self inductance of a long solenoid - mutual inductance of two long solenoids. Methods of inducing emf - (i) by changing magnetic induction (ii) by changing area enclosed by the coil and (iii) by changing the orientation of the coil (quantitative treatment).
AC generator - commercial generator. (Single phase, three phase). Eddy current - applications -transformer - long distance transmission. Alternating current - measurement of AC - AC circuit with resistance - AC circuit with inductor - AC circuit with capacitor - LCR series circuit - Resonance and Q - factor - power in AC circuits.
Reflection of light, spherical mirrors, mirror formula. Refraction of light, total internal reflection and its applications, optical fibers, refraction at spherical surfaces, lenses, thin lens formula, lens maker’s formula. Magnification, power of a lens, combination of thin lenses in contact, combination of a lens and a mirror. Refraction and dispersion of light through a prism. Scattering of light-blue colour of sky and reddish appearances of the sun at sunrise and sunset.
Wavefront and Huygens’s principle - Reflection, total internal reflection and refraction of plane wave at a plane surface using wavefronts. Interference - Young’s double slit experiment and expression for fringe width - coherent source - interference of light - Formation of colours in thin films - Newton’s rings.
Diffraction - differences between interference and diffraction of light- diffraction grating. Polarisation of light waves - polarisation by reflection - Brewster’s law - double refraction - nicol prism - uses of plane polarised light and Polaroids - rotatory polarisation - polarimeter.
8. Dual Nature of Radiation and Atomic Physics
Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics - Electromagnetic spectrum - Photoelectric effect - Light waves and photons - Einstein’s photoelectric equation - laws of photoelectric emission - particle nature of light - photo cells and their applications.
Atomic structure – discovery of the electron – specific charge (Thomson’s method) and charge of the electron (Millikan’s oil drop method) – alpha scattering – Rutherford’s atom model.
9. Nuclear Physics
Nuclear properties - nuclear radii, masses, binding energy, density, charge - isotopes, isobars and isotones- nuclear mass defect - binding energy - stability of nuclei - Bainbridge mass spectrometer.
Nature of nuclear forces - Neutron - discovery - properties - artificial transmutation - particle accelerator.
Radioactivity - alpha, beta and gamma radiations and their properties - Radioactive decay law - half life -mean life - artificial radioactivity - radio isotopes - effects and uses - Geiger - Muller counter. Radio carbon dating. Nuclear fission - chain reaction - atom bomb - nuclear reactor - nuclear fusion - Hydrogen bomb - cosmic rays - elementary particles.
10.Semiconductor Devices and their Applications
Semiconductor basics - energy band in solids: difference between metals, insulators and semiconductors -semiconductor doping - Intrinsic and Extrinsic semiconductors. Formation of P-N Junction - Barrier potential and depletion layer-P-N Junction diode - Forward and reverse bias characteristics - diode as a rectifier - Zener diode-Zener diode as a voltage regulator - LED. Junction transistors - characteristics -transistor as a switch - transistor as an amplifier - transistor as an oscillator.
Logic gates - NOT, OR, AND, EXOR using discrete components - NAND and NOR gates as universal gates -De Morgan’s theorem - Laws and theorems of Boolean algebra.
1. Atomic Structure
Bohr’s atomic model-Sommerfeld’s extension of atomic structure; Electronic configuration and Quantum numbers; Shapes of s,p,d,f orbitals - Pauli’s exclusion principle - Hund’s Rule of maximum multiplicity- Aufbau principle. Emission and absorption spectra, line and band spectra; Hydrogen spectrum – Lyman, Balmer, Paschen, Brackett and Pfund series; deBroglie’s theory; Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle – wave nature of electron – Schrodinger wave equation(No derivation). Eigen values and eigen functions. Hybridization of atomic orbitals involving s,p and d orbitals.
2. p,d and f – Block Elements
p-block elements – Phosphorous compounds; PCl3, PCl5 – Oxides. Hydrogen halides, Inter halogen compounds. Xenon fluoride compounds. General Characteristics of d – block elements – Electronic Configuration – Oxidation states of first row transition elements and their colours. Occurrence and principles of extraction: Copper, Silver, Gold and Zinc. Preparation and properties of CuS02, AgNO3 and K2Cr2O7.Lanthanides – Introduction, electronic configuration, general characteristics, oxidation state –lanthanide contraction, uses, brief comparison of Lanthanides and Actinides.
3. Coordination Chemistry and Solid State Chemistry
Introduction – Terminology in coordination chemistry – IUPAC nomenclature of mononuclear coordination compounds. Isomerism, Geometrical isomerism in 4-coordinate, 6-coordinate complexes. Theories on coordination compounds – Werner’s theory (brief), Valence Bond theory. Uses of coordination compounds. Bioinorganic compounds (Haemoglobin and chlorophyll).Lattice – unit cell, systems, types of crystals, packing in solids; Ionic crystals – Imperfectionsin solids – point defects. X-Ray diffraction – Electrical Property, Amorphous solids(elementary ideas only).
4. Thermodynamics, Chemical Equilibrium and Chemical Kinetics
I and II law of thermodynamics – spontaneous and non spontaneous processes, entropy, Gibb’s free energy – Free energy change and chemical equilibrium – significance of entropy. Law of mass action – Le Chatlier’s principle, applications of chemical equilibrium. Rate expression, order and molecularity of reactions, zero order, first order and pseudo first order reaction – half life period. Determination of rate constant and order of reaction . Temperature dependence of rate constant – Arrhenius equation and activation energy.
Theory of electrical conductance; metallic and electrolytic conductance. Faraday’s laws theory of strong electrolytes – Specific resistance, specific conductance, equivalent and molar conductance – Variation of conductance with dilution – Kohlrausch’s Law – Ionic product of water, pH and pH– buffer solutions – use of pH values. Cells – Electrodes and electrode potentials – construction of cell and EMF values, Fuel cells, Corrosion and its prevention.
6. Isomerism in Organic Compounds
Definition, Classification – structural isomerism, stereo isomerism – geometrical and optical isomerism. Optical activity- chirality – compounds containing chiral centres – R, S notation,D, L notation.
7. Alcohols and Ethers
Nomenclature of alcohols – Classification of alcohols - distinction between 10, 20 and 30 alcohols – General methods of preparation of primary alcohols, properties. Methods of preparation of dihydric alcohols: Glycol – Properties – Uses. Methods of preparation of trihydric alcohols - Properties – Uses. Aromatic alcohols – preparation and properties of phenols and benzyl alcohol.Ethers – Nomenclature of ethers – general methods of preparation of aliphatic ethers -Properties – Uses. Aromatic ethers – Preparation of Anisole – Uses.
8. Carbonyl Compounds
Nomenclature of carbonyl compounds – Comparison of aldehydes and ketones. General methods of preparation of aldehydes – Properties – Uses. Aromatic aldehydes – Preparation of benzaldehyde – Properties and Uses. Ketones – general methods of preparation of aliphatic ketones (acetone) – Properties – Uses. Aromatic ketones – preparation of acetophenone Properties – Uses, preparation of benzophenone – Properties. Name reactions; Clemmenson reduction, Wolff – Kishner reduction, Cannizzaro reaction, Claisen Schmidt reaction, Benzoin Condensation, Aldol Condensation. Preparation and applications of Grignard reagents.
9. Carboxylic Acids and their derivatives
Nomenclature – Preparation of aliphatic monocarboxylic acids – formic acid – Properties –Uses. Monohydroxy mono carboxylic acids; Lactic acid – Synthesis of lactic acid. Aliphatic dicarboxylic acids; Preparation of oxalic and succinic acids. Aromatic acids; Benzoic and Salicylic acids – Properties – Uses. Derivatives of carboxylic acids; acetyl chloride (CH3COCl) –Preparation – Properties – Uses. Preparation of acetamide, Properties – acetic anhydride –Preparation, Properties. Preparation of esters – methyl acetate – Properties.
10. Organic Nitrogen Compounds and Biomolecules
Aliphatic nitro compounds – Preparation of aliphatic nitroalkanes – Properties – Uses.Aromatic nitro compounds – Preparation – Properties – Uses. Distinction between aliphatic and aromatic nitro compounds. Amines; aliphatic amines – General methods of preparation –Properties – Distinction between 10, 20 and 30 amines. Aromatic amines – Synthesis of benzylamine – Properties, Aniline – Preparation – Properties – Uses. Differences between aliphatic and aromatic amines. Aliphatic nitriles – Preparation – properties – Uses. Diazonium salts – Preparation of benzene diazonium chloride – Properties.
Carbohydrates – Distinction between sugars and non-sugars, structural formulae of glucose,fructose and sucrose, with their linkages, invert sugar – definition, examples of oligo and polysaccharides,Amino acids – Classification with examples, Peptides-properties of peptide bond,Lipids - Definition, classification with examples, difference between fats, oils and waxes.
Need for classification; three domains of life. Linnaean, Whittaker, Bentham and Hooker systems of classification. Salient features of non-chordates up to phyla levels and chordates up to class levels.
2. Cell and Molecular Biology
Cell theory. Prokaryotic cell and it’s ultrastructure. Eukaryotic cell- cell wall, cell membrane, cytoskeleton, nucleus, chloroplast, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi bodies, ribosomes, lysosomes, vacuoles and centrosomes. Cell cycle and division - amitosis, mitosis and meiosis. Search for genetic material; structure of DNA and RNA; replication, transcription, genetic code, translation, splicing, gene expression and regulation (lac operon) and DNA repair.
Asexual reproduction – binary fission, sporulation, budding, gemmule formation and fragmentation. Vegetative propagation in plants, sexual reproduction in flowering plants and structure of flowers. Pollination, fertilization, development of seeds and fruits, seed dispersal, apomixis, parthenocarpy and poly-embryony. Human reproductive system. Gametogenesis, menstrual cycle, fertilization, implantation, embryo development upto blastocyst formation, pregnancy, parturition and lactation. Assisted reproductive technologies.
4. Genetics and evolution
Chromosomes - structure and types, linkage and crossing over, recombination of chromosomes, mutation and chromosomal aberrations. Mendelian inheritance, chromosomal theory of inheritance, deviation from Mendelian ratio (incomplete dominance, co-dominance, multiple allelism, pleiotrophy), sex linked inheritance and sex determination in humans. Darwinism, neo Darwinism, Hardy and Weinberg’s principle and factors affecting the equilibrium: selection, mutation, migration and random genetic drift.
5. Human health and diseases
Pathogens, parasites causing human diseases (malaria, dengue, chickengunia, filariasis,ascariasis, typhoid, pneumonia, common cold, amoebiasis, ring worm) and their control. Basic concepts of immunology, vaccines, antibiotics, cancer, HIV and AIDS. Adolescence, drug and alcohol abuse.
Structure and function of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins. Enzymes – types, properties and enzyme action. Metabolism - glycolysis, Kreb’s cycle and pentose phosphate pathway.
7. Plant physiology
Movement of water, food, nutrients, gases and minerals. Passive diffusion, facilitated diffusion, and active transport. Imbibition, osmosis, apoplast and symplast transport and guttation. Transpiration, photosynthesis (light and dark reactions) and electron transport chain. Hormones and growth regulators, photoperiodism and vernalization. Nitrogen cycle and biological nitrogen fixation.
8. Human physiology
Digestion and absorption, breathing and respiration, body fluids and circulation, excretory system, endocrine system, nervous system, skeletal and muscular systems. Locomotion and movement, growth, aging and death. Hormones - types of hormones, functions and disorders.
9. Biotechnology and its applications
Recombinant DNA technology, applications in health, agriculture and industries; genetically modified organisms; Human insulin, vaccine and antibiotic production. Stem cell technology and gene therapy. Apiculture and animal husbandry. Plant breeding, tissue culture, single cell protein, fortification, Bt crops and transgenic animals. Microbes in food processing, sewage treatment, waste management and energy generation. Biocontrol agents and biofertilizers. Biosafety issues, biopiracy and patents.
10. Biodiversity, ecology and environment
Ecosystems: components, types, pyramids, nutrient cycles (carbon and phosphorous), ecological succession and energy flow in an ecosystem; Biodiversity - concepts, patterns, importance, conservation, hot spots, endangered organisms, extinction, Red data book, botanical gardens, national parks, sanctuaries, museums, biosphere reserves and Ramsar sites. Environmental issues: pollution and its control. Population attributes - growth, birth and death rate and age distribution.
1. Matrices and their Application
Adjoint, inverse – properties, computation of inverses, solution of system of linear equations by matrix inversion method.
Rank of a matrix – elementary transformation on a matrix, consistency of a system of linear equations, Cramer’s rule, non-homogeneous equations, homogeneous linear system and rank method. Solution of linear programming problems (LPP) in two variables.
2. Trigonometry and Complex Numbers
Definition, range, domain, principal value branch, graphs of inverse trigonometric functions and their elementary properties.
Complex number system - conjugate, properties, ordered pair representation. Modulus – properties, geometrical representation, polar form, principal value, conjugate,sum, difference, product, quotient, vector interpretation, solutions of polynomial equations, De Moivre’s theorem and its applications. Roots of a complex number - nth roots, cube roots, fourth roots.
3. Analytical Geometry of two dimensions
Definition of a conic – general equation of a conic, classification with respect to the general equation of a conic, classification of conics with respect to eccentricity.
Equations of conic sections (parabola, ellipse and hyperbola) in standard forms and general forms- Directrix, Focus and Latus-rectum - parametric form of conics and chords. - Tangents and normals – Cartesian form and parametric form- equation of chord of contact of tangents from a point (x1 ,y1) to all the above said curves. Asymptotes, Rectangular hyperbola – Standard equation of a rectangular hyperbola.
4. Vector Algebra
Scalar Product – angle between two vectors, properties of scalar product, and applications of dot product. Vector product, right handed and left handed systems, properties of vector product, applications of cross product.
Product of three vectors – Scalar triple product, properties of scalar triple product, vector triple product, vector product of four vectors, scalar product of four vectors.
5. Analytical Geometry of Three Dimensions
Direction cosines – direction ratios - equation of a straight line passing through a given point and parallel to a given line, passing through two given points, angle between two lines. Planes – equation of a plane, passing through a given point and perpendicular to a line, given the distance from the origin and unit normal, passing through a given point and parallel to two given lines, passing through two given points and parallel to a given line, passing through three given non-collinear points, passing through the line of intersection of two given planes, the distance between a point and a plane, the plane which contains two given lines (co-planar lines), angle between a line and a plane.
Skew lines - shortest distance between two lines, condition for two lines to intersect, point of intersection, collinearity of three points.
Sphere – equation of the sphere whose centre and radius are given, equation of a sphere when the extremities of the diameter are given.
6. Differential Calculus
Limits, continuity and differentiability of functions - Derivative as a rate of change, velocity, acceleration, related rates, derivative as a measure of slope, tangent, normal and angle between curves.
Mean value theorem - Rolle’s Theorem, Lagrange Mean Value Theorem, Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s series, L’ Hospital’s Rule, stationary points, increasing, decreasing, maxima,minima, concavity, convexity and points of inflexion. Errors and approximations – absolute, relative, percentage errors - curve tracing, partial derivatives, Euler’s theorem.
7. Integral Calculus and its Applications
Simple definite integrals – fundamental theorems of calculus, properties of definite integrals. Reduction formulae – reduction formulae for ? x dx n sin and ? x dx n cos , Bernoulli’s formula. Area of bounded regions, length of the curve.
8. Differential Equations
Differential equations - formation of differential equations, order and degree, solving differential equations (1st order), variables separable, homogeneous and linear equations. Second order linear differential equations - second order linear differential equations with constant co-efficients, finding the particular integral if f(x) = emx, sin mx, cos mx, x, x2.
9. Probability Distributions
Probability – Axioms – Addition law - Conditional probability – Multiplicative law - Baye’s Theorem - Random variable - probability density function, distribution function, mathematical expectation, variance Theoretical distributions - discrete distributions, Binomial, Poisson distributions- Continuous distributions, Normal distribution.
10. Discrete Mathematics
Functions – Relations – Basics of counting. Mathematical logic – logical statements, connectives, truth tables, logical equivalence, tautology, contradiction. Groups-binary operations, semi groups, monoids, groups, order of a group, order of an element, properties of groups.
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATES
1. Multiple Choice Questions
2. Comprehension questions. They are based on short passages (30 -50 words) or lines of poems (2 -3) or dialogue (2 exchanges)
3. English Grammar and Pronunciation.
4. The candidates should read carefully the texts and the questions that follow and choose the CORRECT/ BEST answer from the options given for each question. *Please note that the passages, lines of poems, dialogues, grammar and pronunciation items are chosen to suit the level of VITEEE takers
|Mode of application||
Application process for VITEEE 2017:
The filing of form begins in Nov 2016, you can log in to the official website http://www.vit.ac.in/ to complete the application process as per the requirements.
The process of application will last from Nov 2016 to March 2017. The registration/application process involves:
Registration of applicant for VITEEE 2017:
Online Application forms-
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All the correspondence regarding the test for details such as test center booking and issue of e-admit cards will be done online. Hence, candidates are requested to have a valid mail ID and contact number.
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All institutions wishing to purchase application forms can contact the Director of UG admissions at VIT University, Vellore.
The online application fee is Rs.960/- and offline application fee is Rs. 990/-.
There is no reservation of seats. The admissions are provided on Merit basis only.
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