Monday, October 25, 2010

Eligibility Criteria IIT JEE 2011- Syllabus- IIT JEE Pattern

Eligibility Criteria for IIT JEE 2011, Syllabus and examination pattern
IIT JEE the Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam is the exam conducted for technology and engineering courses. Student always want to get admission in top Indians IITs which provides all sorts of facility, modern amenities and learning environment under world class faculties. The popularity and competition for the IITs will always tend to increase as the students excellent placement in big companies and get higher salaries packages.

Eligibility criteria for the IIT JEE 2011:

Students are eagerly waiting for the IIT JEE 2011 examinations. Here all intended students must satisfy this IIT JEE Eligibility criterion for 2011 year.

He/she must have passed 10+2 examination from a recognized board or the students who are appearing in 2011 year for final term 10+2 examinations. Student must not appear in IIT JEE examination for more than one time. Student can only apply for two consecutive years. Student must be physically fit for the course.

Availability of IIT JEE Forms 2011:

Student can get their IIT forms from the Mont of November 2010 from the various centers recognized in various cities across the country. The last date for the submission of the for the IIT JEE would be mid of December 2010.

Examination Pattern:

IIT JEE entrance exam will consist 2 sections with questions of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

There will be negative marking for every wrong answer.
Candidate can give exam either in English or Hindi
Al l the question will be based on multiple choices.

IIT JEE Syllabus 2011

Physics: General, Modern and Thermal physics, Optics, Mechanics, Electricity and magnetism

Chemistry: General Topics, Gaseous and Liquid States, Surface chemistry, Energetic, Chemical kinetics, Solid state, Electrochemistry, Chemical equilibrium, Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding, Solutions, Nuclear chemistry, Concepts, Phenols, properties and reactions of alkenes, benzene and alkynes, Carbohydrates, Ores and minerals, Transition elements, Amino acids and peptides, Extractive metallurgy

Mathematics: Algebra, Trigonometry, Two, Three dimensions geometry, Differential, Integral Calculus, Vectors.

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