YMCAUST M Sc Entrance Exam

YMCAUST Post Graduation Courses:

M.Sc. (Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Environment Science) and M. Sc. / MA (Mass Communication and Journalism).

YMCAUST Eligibility Criteria:

Candidate should have obtained at least 50% marks in Graduation and have studied selected subject (Physics / Maths / Chemitry / EVS / MCJ) as regular subject in Graduation.

Related: Himachal Pradesh University M. Sc Entrance Exam

YMCA University of Science & Technology Application Form:

All candidates needs to apply online at: http://www.ymcaust.ac.in

YMCA M. Sc. / MA Entrance Exam Pattern:

Maximum Time: 2 hours
Maximum Questions: 80 questions (24 questions will be from General Knowlede and Analytical Skills and 56 questions will be from selected subject)
Marking: Each question will carry 1 mark, there will be NO negative marking

YMCAUST M . Sc. Syllabus:

Physics Syllabus:

  1. Mechanics and Waves
  2. Geometrical and Physical Optics
  3. Heat and Thermodynamics
  4. Electricity and Magnetism
  5. Atomic, Quantum and Nuclear Physics
  6. Solid State Physics
  7. Electronics
  8. Mathematical Physics
  9. Theory of Relativity

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Chemistry Syllabus:

  1. Atomic Structure
  2. Periodic Table and Periodic Properties
  3. Metallic Bond and Semiconductors
  4. Chemistry of s, p, d and f block Elements
  5. Chemistry of Coordination Compounds
  6. Non-aqueous Solvents
  7. Theory of Qualitative and Quantitative Inorganic Analysis
  8. Metal-ligand Bonding in Transition Metal Complexes: CFT
  9. Thermodynamic and Kinetic Aspects of Metal Complexes
  10. Magnetic Properties of Transition Metal Complexes
  11. Electron Spectra of Transition Metal Complexes
  12. Organometallic Chemistry
  13. Acid-Base concepts
  14. Bioinorganic Chemistry
  15. Theory of Gases and related Critical Phenomenon
  16. Theory of Liquid States
  17. Solid State
  18. Chemical Kinetics
  19. Electrochemistry
  20. Thermodynamics
  21. Chemical Equilibrium
  22. Distribution Law
  23. Quantum Mechanics
  24. Physical Properties
  25. Optical properties
  26. Spectroscopy
  27. Photochemistry
  28. Solutions
  29. Phase Equilibrium
  30. Structure and Bonding
  31. Stereo-chemistry of Organic Compounds
  32. Compounds containing Nitrogen
  33. Chemistry of Natural Product
  34. Hetero-cyclic Compounds
  35. Sulphurous Compounds
  36. Polymers
  37. Spectroscopic techniques

Mathematics Syllabus:

  1. Algebra
  2. Calculus
  3. Trigonometry
  4. Real Analysis
  5. Groups and Rings
  6. Complex Analysis
  7. Linear Algebra
  8. Solid Geometry Sphere
  9. Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
  10. Vector Calculus
  11. Fourier Transform and Laplace Transforms
  12. Numerical Analysis
  13. Dynamics & Statics

Environmental Science Syllabus:

  1. Biological sciences: Plant and Animal kingdom-classification, characteristics of various groups, morphology, anatomy, adaptations. Cell biology, structure and functions of biomolecules, genetics, Physiology and biochemical processes, digestive, respiratory, circulatory, muscular, excretory, reproductive, endocrine and nervous system of animals, botany and plant diseases
  2. Chemistry: Matter in our surroundings, Atoms and Molecules, Metals and Nonmetals, Carbon and its compounds, Classification of elements and periodicity, State of matter, Acids, Bases and Salts, Biomolecules and Polymers, Chemicals in Food, Cleansing Agents
  3. Physics: Fundamental forces in nature, Nature of physical laws, Motion, Heat and Thermodynamics, sound, radiations.
  4. Mathematics: Sets and their Representations, Trignometric Functions, Bionomial Theorem, Sequence and Series, Integrals, Differential Equations
  5. Environmental Science: Components of Environment, Concept of biomes and biosphere, Natural resources- water, soil, food, energy, forests, minerals; levels of biodiversity, greenhouse effect and global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion, water pollution, social issues related to environment, agroforestry, agriculture and environmental Biotechnology

Mass Communication and Journalism Syllabus:

  1. General Awareness
  2. Current Affairs
  3. Historical background of Press and Journalism in India
  4. Feminism, Marxism, communism and capitalism
  5. Major India and World publications and their editors
  6. Famous Thinkers, Entrepreneurs and philosophers
  7. Regional history and current scenario
  8. Structure of Government
  9. English grammar
  10. English vocabulary
  11. Current Affairs (with reference to Haryana)

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