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    Is it necessary to take coaching for CET?

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    Re: Is it necessary to take coaching for CET?

    Hi.,

    CET(Common Entrance Test) is a competitive exam conducted for the purpose of admission of students to the first year of courses in medical,Dental and Engineering courses in professional colleges.

    Eligibility:

    >+2 from any recognised central/state board

    As it includes totally your intermediate syllabus you need not take coaching.But if you think really you need coaching you can go for it as a coaching makes you learn more than what you know.So if you take a coaching in qualifying the CET it will be a better option.You can have a look over the syllabus for the same.

    Syllabus:

    PHYSICS
    1. WAVES AND SOUND
    Waves: formation of waves, types of waves, wave amplitude, frequency,
    wave length and velocity - relation n =f l - equation for progressive wave,
    intensity, super position of waves. Problems
    Sound: Properties, velocity in gases, Newton - Laplace formula, factors affecting velocity -
    intensity and loudness, units, Noise and Music beats as an example of superposition of waves,
    Doppler effect, formula for general case, discussion for individual cases. Problems
    Stationary waves: Modes of vibration in pipes, laws of vibration of stretched strings,
    sonometer, Problems.
    Ultrasonics: Production (mention of methods), properties and applications
    Acoustics of buildings: reverberation, Sabine's formula (mention), requisites for good
    acoustics and methods of achieving them.
    2. PHYSICAL OPTICS
    Introduction to theories of light
    Interference of light: Coherent sources, Young's double slit experiment, expression for path
    difference, conditions for constructive and destructive interference, width of interference
    fringes. Problems
    Diffraction of light: Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction, Fraunhofer diffraction through a
    single slit (qualitative explanation), limit of resolution, Rayleigh's criterion, resolving
    powers of telescopes and microscope. Problems
    Polarisation of light: transverse nature of light waves, methods of producing plane polarised
    light, Brewster's law, double refraction, dichroism, polariods and their applications, optical
    activity and specific rotation. Problems.
    3. ELECTROSTATICS
    Electric charge: Coulomb's law, dielectric constant, SI unit of charge, electric intensity and
    potential, relation connecting them, derivation of expression for potential at a point due to an
    isolated charge. Gauss theorem and applications, intensity at a point (a) due to a charged
    spherical conductor (b) near the surface of a charged conductor, Problems
    Capacitors: parallel plate, spherical, cylindrical, expressions for the capacitances, principle
    of a capacitor, effect of dielectric, energy stored in a capacitor, combination of capacitors,
    uses, Problems
    4. CURRENT ELECTRICITY
    Different effects of electric current: potential difference, resistance, colour code, Ohm's law
    and its limitations, variation of resistance of a conductor with length- area of cross section
    and temperature, resistivity, superconductivity, thermistor and its applications, combination of
    resistors, EMF of a cell, current in a circuit, branch currents, grouping of cells, expression
    for different cases, potentiometer, problems
    Kirchhoff's laws: Condition for balance of a Wheatstone's bridge, metre bridge, Problems
    Magetic effect of current: direction of field, right hand clasp rule and magnitude - Laplace's
    law, force on a charged particle moving across a magnetic field (qualitative), magnetic field
    strength, flux density, magnetic flux density at a point on the axis of (a) a circular coil
    carrying current (derivation), (b) a solenoid carrying current (without derivation), tangent law,
    tangent galvanometer (with theory), Problems
    Force on a current carrying conductor in a magnetic field: Fleming's left hand rule, force
    between two parallel conductors carrying current, definition of ampere, suspended coil
    galvanometer (with theory), conversion of galvanometer into ammeter and voltmeter, Problems
    Magnetic materials: Intensity of Magnetising field (H), intensity of magnetisation (I) and
    magnetic induction (B) - relation connecting them, permeability and susceptibility, properties of
    dia, para and ferromagnetic substances, hysteresis cycle and its significance, retentivity and
    coercivity, uses of magnetic materials.
    Electromagnetic induction: Laws, self and mutual induction, induction coil (principle),
    principle and working of a generator, expression for sinusoidal emf, peak, mean and rms values,
    impedance, current in R, L & C and RLC circuits, power factor, choke and transformer (principle),
    principles of a ac meters (moving iron and hot wire types) Problems.
    5. MODERN PHYSICS
    Introduction to modern physics: types of spectra, E. M. spectrum, types of electron emission.
    Quantum theory of radiation: Explanation and applications of photoelectric effect, atom models,
    Bohr's theory of hydrogen atom, derivation of expressions for orbital radius, orbital velocity,
    energy of electron and wave number, spectral series, energy level diagram, de Broglie matter
    waves, Problems.
    Nuclear Physics: Nuclear size, charge, mass and density, constituents, amu in terms of electron
    volts, magnetic moment and nuclear forces, mass defect and binding energy, nuclear fission, chain
    reaction, critical size, nuclear reactor, nuclear fusion, stellar energy, radiation hazards,
    Problems.
    Radioactivity: Properties of radioactive radiations, decay law, decay constant, Soddy's group
    displacement law, half life and mean life, expression for half life, radio isotopes and their
    uses, Problems.
    Solid state electronics: Band theory of solids (qualitative), classification into conductors,
    insulators and semi conductors, p-type and n-type semi conductors, characteristics of p-n
    junction, rectifying action of diode, half wave and full wave rectifiers. Transistors, pnp and
    npn, characteristics, relation between alph and beta transistors as an amplifier (qualitative
    -npn in CE mode)


    Syllabus from PUC-I / XI Std. or equiv.
    1. INTRODUCTION
    Introduction to Physics SI units - dimensions - dimensional formulae - dimensional analysis -
    limitations Scalars and vectors - unit vector - vector addition - resolution of a vector - scalar
    and vector products
    2. DYNAMICS
    Motion of a particle in one dimension - derivations of equations of motion velocity - time curve.
    - Problems Newton's laws of motion, f=ma derivation - conservation of momentum (statement and to
    arrive at) - illustrations - problems Motion in two dimensions - equation for the trajectory of a
    projectile - range, height and time of flight - uniform circular motion - centripetal
    acceleration (derivation of expression) - centripetal and centrifugal forces with illustrations -
    problems Work, energy and power - work done - F.S. - expressions for potential and kinetic energy
    - conservation of energy (statement with illustrations - problems) Gravitation - Law of
    gravitation - variation of g with altitude, depth and lattitude - motion of planets and
    satellites - statement of Kepler's laws, orbital velocity - escape velocity - weightlessness -
    problems Rotational motion of rigid body - angular displacement, velocity, acceleration and
    momentum, torque - equations for angular motion - moment of inertia - radius of gyration,
    comparison of linear and rotational motions - problems Elasticity - stress and strain - Hooke's
    law - moduli of elasticity - expression for Young's modulus in the case of stretching Simple
    harmonic motion - characteristics - examples and equation for SHM (y = a sin wt)
    3. STATICS
    Coplanar concurrent forces - resultant of two forces - magnitude and direction (derivation)
    equilibrium of three forces - law of triangle of forces - Lami's theorem - problems Moment of a
    force - law of moment (statement) - application to find the resultant of two parallel forces -
    couple - statement of conditions of equilibrium of parallel forces - problems
    4. HYDROSTATICS AND HYDRODYNAMICS
    Hydrostatics - fluid thrust and pressure - atmospheric pressure (units) pressure at a point due
    to a liquid - Archimedes' principle (statement) - problems Hydrodynamics - streamline and
    turbulent flow - Bernoulli's theorem - explanation with examples Surface tension - cohesion and
    adhesion - surface tension and angle of contact - capillary rise (without derivation) Viscosity -
    velocity gradient - co-efficient of viscosity - Poiseuille's formula for the flow of a liquid
    through a capillary tube and Stoke's law (without derivation)
    5. HEAT
    Heat and temperature - measurement of temperature - Mention of different thermometers - effect of
    heat like expansion and change of state Gas laws - absolute scale of temperature - perfect gas
    equation - isothermal and adiabatic changes - mention of equations of state - problems Absorption
    of heat - specific heat - thermal capacity - principle of calorimetry - latent heat - specific
    heat - specific heats of gases - (Cp - Cv) and their relation (Cp - Cv = R) - degrees of freedom
    - equipartition of energy - importance of g Conduction of heat - steady state - temperature
    gradient - thermal conductivity - problems Radiation - emissive and absorptive powers - Stefan's
    law - Prevost's theory of exchanges - Kirchhoff's law - Wien's displacement law - Plank's law -
    solar constant - temperature of the sun (qualitative treatment of the topics without derivation)
    - problems Thermodynamics - relation between heat and work (first law) - heat engine - efficiency
    - reversible and irreversible process - Carnot's cycle - pV diagram - efficiency of a Carnot
    engine (without derivation) (Second Law) - problems
    6. GEOMETRICAL OPTICS
    Introduction to light - optical medium - rectilinear propagation of light Reflection of light -
    laws of reflection - reflection at curved surfaces - image formation in the case of spherical
    mirrors - mirror formula (without derivation) - sign convention - problems Refraction at a plane
    surface - laws of refraction - absolute and relative refractive indices (Symbol n to be used for
    RI) - refraction through multiple refracting media - lateral shift and normal shift (expressions
    without derivation) - total internal relection - conditions for total internal relection -
    relation between critical angle and refractive index (n) - applications of optical fibres and
    total reflecting prisms - problems Refraction through a prism - derivation of the expression for
    the refractive index (n) of the material of a prism in terms of A and D - dispersion through a
    prism - deviation produced by a thin prism - dispersive power - prism combination for dispersion
    without deviation - problems Refraction at spherical surfaces - derivation of the relation
    connecting n,u,v and r for refraction at a spherical surface (concave towards point object in
    denser medium) - refraction through a lens - lens maker's formula - power of a lens - Image
    formation in the case of thin lenses, linear magnification - lenses in contact - problems
    Spherical and chromatic aberrations - qualitative discussion - achromatic combination of lenses
    Optical instruments - microscopes, telescopes, prism binoculars, direct vision spectroscope and
    spectrometer (qualitative) Photometry - basic concepts - units - principle of photmetry -
    problems

    Chemistry

    1. THERMODYNAMICS AND THERMOCHEMISTRY
    Law of conservation of energy - Mechanical work done. Isothermal and adiabatic changes - concept
    of enthalpy - enthalpy of reaction, formation, solution, combustion, transition and
    neutralisation - constancy of enthalpy of neutralisation of a strong acid and a strong base
    Thermochemical equations - Laplace - Lavoisier law - Hess's law. Problems
    2. CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM
    Law of mass action, application of law of mass action to the following systems:
    i) 2HI <==> H2 + I2
    ii) N2 + 3H2 <==> 2NH3
    Derivation of KP for both reactions
    Le-Chatelier's principle and its application to the synthesis of Ammonia.
    Free energy change - standard free energies - Idea of a system tending to attain a state of
    minimum free energy and maximum entropy. Relationship between free energy change and equilibrium
    constant. Problems
    3. REACTION KINETICS
    Order and molecularity of a reaction. Derivation of the equation for the velocity constant of a
    first order reaction - Half life period - Relationship between half life period and order of the
    reaction - Experimental study of the acid hydrolysis of methyl acetate.
    Influence of temperature on the velocity of a reaction - Arrhenius theory - Arrhenius factor and
    energy of activation. Problems
    4. SURFACE CHEMISTRY
    Adsorption - Distinction between adsorption and absorption. Types of adsorption - adsorption of
    gases on solids.
    Colloids - Distinction between colloids and crystalloids - classification, preparation of
    colloids (electrical and chemical methods, one method each), Purification by dialysis -
    Properties: Tyndall effect and Brownian movement. Application in food, medicine, precipitaion of
    smoke.
    Catalysis - Characteristics - Influence of catalyst on reaction path. Theories of catalysis
    (Intermediate compound theory and adsorption theory)
    5. ELECTROCHEMISTRY
    Arrhenius theory of electrolytic dissociation - merits and demerits. Ionic conduction by
    migration. Definition of specific, equivalent and molar conductivities - strong and weak
    electrolytes.
    Acids and bases - Bronsted - Lowry concept - Lewis concept. Acid-Base equilibrium, Hydrogen ion
    concentration - pH scale - pK values.
    Buffers - Buffer equation (Henderson's equation to be assumed). Importance of buffer solutions.
    Ionic equilibrium - solubility product, common ion effect. Applications of solubility product
    in qualitative analysis.
    Electrode potential - Nernst equation to be assumed, Standard electrode potential - Hydrogen
    electrode - Electro-chemical series and its significance - corrosion of metals.
    Problems
    6. SOLIDS
    Types of solids - radius ratio (r+ / r-), coordination number - unit cell. Structure of ionic
    crystals. Ionic radii - imperfections in solids - superconductivity.
    7. RADIOACTIVITY
    Natural radioactivity - Properties of alpha, beta and gamma radiations - rate of disintegration
    - Half life period - Isotopes - separation by thermal diffusion method.
    Artificial radioactivity - Rutherford's artificial nuclear reaction.
    7N14 + 2He4Y8O17 + 1H1
    Explanation of artificial radioactivity using
    13Al27 + 2He4 Y15P30 + 0n1
    15P30 Y 14Si30 + +1e0
    Preparation and uses of artificial radioactive isotopes - Co60, I131, P32 and Na24
    Radioactive dating, Elementary account of fission and fusion.
    8. METALLURGY
    General principles of metallurgy - Concentration of ores (gravity process, magnetic separation
    and froth flotation) - Extraction of crude metal (pyrometallurgy, hydrometallurgy and
    electro-metallurgy), Refining (Liquation, poling, electrolytic method)
    Occurrence, extraction, properties and uses of Sodium, Copper, Aluminium and Iron. Role of iron
    and sodium in biological systems. Manufacture of steel by LD process, Properties of steel (carbon
    content) Heat treatment - alloy steels.
    9. COORDINATION COMPOUNDS
    Postulates of Werner's theory - Sidgwick's interpretation - concept of EAN using Potassium
    ferrocyanide, potassium ferricyanide and cuprammonium sulphate.
    10. MANUFACTURE, properties, uses of Sodium hydroxide (Nelson's cell), Sodium Carbonate - Alum.
    11. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    Preparation, Properties and Uses of the following:
    Alkyl halides 1) Ethyl bromide and isopropyl chloride 2) Vinyl chloride
    Aromatice halogen compounds: 1) Chlorobenzene and benzyl chloride, comparison of reactives with
    alkyl halides. 2) Grignard reagent and its synthetic applications.
    Alcohols - Ethyl alcohol (Manufacture from molasses), Benzyl alcohol
    Phenol
    Aldehydes and ketones - Formaldehyde, Acetaldehyde, Benzaldehyde, Acetone, Acetophenone.
    Acids - Formic, Acetic, Benzoic, Salicylic acids.
    Esters - Ethyl acetate, Ethyl benzoate
    Amines - Methylamine, Aniline
    12. POLYMERS
    Classification - Synthetic and natural, preparation and uses of polythene, nylon, terylene.
    Natural rubber.
    13. CARBOHYDRATES
    Classification - Monosaccharides - open and ring structure of glucose, fructose, galactose
    Oligosaccharides - Ring structure of sucrose, maltose and lactose
    Polysaccharides - Partial representation of structure of cellulose, starch and glycogen -
    Carbohydrates as a source of energy.
    14. OILS AND FATS
    Chemical nature of fatty acids - saturated and unsaturated fatty acids - Examples. Triglycerides
    - General structure of triglycerides - Hydrolysis with acid and saponification.
    Rancidity - Refining and hydrogenation of oils - drying oils.
    15. PROTEINS
    Amino acids as building units of proteins. General structure of amino acids such as glycine,
    alanine, serine, cysteine, aspartic acid, lysine, tyrosine, peptide linkage. Functional
    properties of proteins as enzymes, antibodies, transport agents, biochemical messengers
    (hormones-insulin and oxytocin) and structural material.
    16. NUCLEIC ACIDS
    Types - DNA and RNA - Components - purine and pyrimidine bases, sugars and phosphates -
    Biological importance of nucleic acids.
    17. CHEMOTHERAPY
    Antipyretics - Aspirin, Antibiotics - Penicillin, Analgesics - Paracetamol
    Antiseptic - chloroxylenol (dettol), Antimalarial - chloroquine Tranquilizers - Barbituric acid
    Structure and uses of the above.


    Chemistry - Syllabus from PUC-I/XI. Std or equiv.
    1. KINETIC THEORY OF GASES
    Postulates, Derivation of expression for pressure of a gas. (PV = 1/3mnc2) Deduction of gas laws,
    Boyle's law, Charle's law, Graham's law of diffusion and Dalton's law of partial pressures.
    Expression for Kinetic energy and RMS velocities of gases (problems based on these) Ideal and
    real gases. Deviation of real gases from ideal behaviour. Derivation of Van der Waal's equation.
    2. STOCHIOMETRY
    Mole concept and Avogadro number (Problems)
    Atomic weight: Definition with evaluation of atomic weight by Dulong and Petit's law (problems)
    Equivalent weight of elements ; definition, methods of determination (hydrogen displacement,
    oxide and chloride methods) (problems)
    Equivalent weights of acids and bases, oxidising, reducing agents. Concept of normality, molality
    and molarity.
    Volumetric analysis: Calulations involving acid-base and red-ox titrations. (Problems)
    Empirical and Molecular formula from % composition (problems) Relation between vapour density and
    molecular weight.
    Molecular weight of oxygen and carbon dioxide and volatile liquids (Victor Meyer's method)
    (problems)
    3. ATOMIC STRUCTURE
    Fundamental particles (electron, proton & neutron) Rutherford's model of the atom. Bohr's
    theory-postulates (derivation of expression of energy and radius to be omitted) spectrum of
    Hydrogen Balmer, Lyman and Brackett series. Explanation on the basis of Bhor's theory. Quantum
    numbers - Orbital concepts. Shape of s.p.d. orbital, Pauli's exclusive principle. Hund's rule.
    Electronic configuration of atoms (elements upto atomic number 30)
    4. LONG FORM OF PERIODIC TABLE
    Based on electronic configuration of elements-periodic properties - ionisation energy and
    electron affinity, atomic and ionic radii.
    5. CHEMICAL BONDING
    Types of bonding (ionic, covalent, coordinate & hydrogen bonding) Covalent bond - orbital
    overlap, p-p (Cl2), s-s(H2). Sigma & Pi bonds. Hybrid orbital. Shapes of molecules (CH4, C2H4 and
    C2H2)
    Hydrogen bonding - anamolous properties of water.
    6. SPECIFIC MATTER
    Ozone: Preparation and properties, Ozon layer.
    Hydrogen peroxide: preparation, concentration, properties and uses.
    Sulphur: Preparation, properties and uses of SO2, Manufacture of H2SO4 by contact process,
    properties and uses.
    Nitrogen: Nitric acid - Manufacture by Ostwald's process, properties and uses. Nitrogenous
    fertilizers - manufacture of ammonium sulphate from gypsum, CAN, urea, Nitrogen cycle.
    Halogens: Preparation, properties and uses of flourine. Manufacture of chlorine (Nelson cell) -
    properties and uses. Bromine from sea water. Iodine from sea weeds.
    Carbon: Activated carbon. Commericial production, properties and uses of carbon monoxide.
    Silicon: Occurrance, preparation, semiconducting properties (n and p type) , silicate glasses.
    Phosphorus: Occurrance, manufacture (electrothermal process) Structure of oxyacids of phosphorus.
    Super phosphate of lime.
    Ceramics: Clay properties - white pottery (porcelain's process or china process) Applications.
    7. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    (IUPAC nomenclature to be adopted)
    Aliphatic hydrocarbons: saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons. Preparation, properties and uses
    of methane, ethylene and acetylene - homologous series
    Isomerism - chain, functional and position
    Concepts of free radicals - electrophiles and nucleophiles to be illustrated with the study of
    mechanism involving -

    1) chlorination of methane
    2) addition of bromine to ethylene and
    3) addition of hydrogen chloride to propylene (Markownikoff's rule)
    Petroleum - Theory of formation, cracking (catalytic and thermal) fractionation, synthetic petrol
    Destructive distillation of coal - separation of benzene, toluene, naphthalene from coal
    tar.Structure of benzene. Properties of benzene and toluene. Mechanism of halogenation,
    nitration, sulphonation and Friedel - craft's alkylation
    Biogas- Production and uses.
    8. ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    Pollutants, definition - types of pollution, air - Automobile exhaust smoke, CO, oxides of
    nitrogen and lead. water - Industrial effluents with relevance to paper and rayon industries.

    Good Luck!!




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    Re: Is it necessary to take coaching for CET?

    If you think its not possible for you to handle the whole thing on your own, its always a good idea to get enrolled in some coaching institutes as they will be able to provide you with the study material and take exams repeatedly. Thus you will be saved from the problem of going to the exam under prepared or over prepared.

    Following are some of the top CET coaching institutes in India:-

    1. BASE
    2. Brilliant Tutorials
    3. FIIT JEE
    4. ACE
    5. Universal Academy

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    Re: Is it necessary to take coaching for CET?

    CET coaching is necessary????????
    tell me how to prepare for CET iam a diploma holder.............suggest me some tips i dont know anything about CET??????

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