SRMEE Cutoffs for All Campuses of SRM and All BranchesMay 4, 2013
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After graduating from school, this is probably the first time most of you will appear for a competitive exam. In the SRMJEEE exam, thousands of aspirants fight against each other for a limited number of seats in one of the most prestigious institutes in India. So, you all need to know how to cut through the fierce competition and make a name for yourself. If you ask the students who have topped the exam previously, you will find out that they all began preparing for the exam just like you, confused and apprehensive about many things. What made them stand out was the firm determination with which they stuck to their study plan and the strategy to complete the topics asked in the SRMJEEE exam.
Going through every topic mentioned in the SRMJEEE syllabus is essential for exam preparation. But covering them smartly with an effective strategy is not just important but also exceptionally brilliant. For example, some of the toppers suggest you go through the previous years’ papers to list the important topics asked in the exam. Others suggest that you must prepare short notes and keep revising them as much as you can. If you struggle to find the topics asked in the different sections of the SRMJEEE entrance exam, this article is for you. Keep reading to learn more about SRMJEEE’s important topics.
Find the list of important SRMJEEE topics and chapters below:
|Units and Measurement||System of Units, Measurements, Errors in Measurement|
|Electricity and Magnetism||Current Electricity, Electrostatics, Magnetism and Magnetic Effects of Current and Electromagnetic Induction, and Alternating Current|
|Heat and Thermodynamics||Thermodynamics, Postulates|
|Gravitation, Mechanics of Solids and Fluids||Mechanics of Solids, Universal Law of Gravitation – Elastic Behaviour, Stress-strain|
|Dual Nature of Matter and Nuclear Physics||Matter Waves and Nuclear Radius, Binding Energy, Mass|
|Ray and wave Optics and Magnetism||Reflection and Refraction of Light and Wavefront|
|Oscillations and Wave Motion||Periodic Motion and Longitudinal and Transverse Waves|
|Mechanics||Kinematics, Work, Laws of Motion, Energy, Power, and Rotational Motion|
|Electronics and Communication||Semiconductors and Space Communication Propagation|
|Atomic Physics and Relativity||Atomic Structure and Einstein Mass-energy Relation-variation of Mass With Velocity|
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|Chemical Families – Periodic Properties||Modern periodic law and the present form of the periodic table|
|States of matter||Classification of matter, Liquid state, Solid-state|
|Atomic structure||Matter and its nature, Laws of chemical combination, Precision and accuracy, Dual nature of matter, Spectrum of the hydrogen atom, Aufbau principle, Quantum numbers|
|Chemical bonding, molecular structure, and s-& p- block elements||Covalent bonding, p- block elements, Molecular orbital theory s-,|
|Chemical thermodynamics and energetics||The first law of thermodynamics. The second law of thermodynamics|
|Electrochemistry||Electrolytic and metallic conduction|
|Chemical equilibrium||Ionic equilibrium, Meaning equilibrium|
|Solutions||Different methods for expressing the concentration of the solution|
|Surface chemistry, chemical kinetics, catalysis, and nuclear chemistry||Absorption, Rate of reaction, Catalysis, Colloidal state, Temperature on the reaction rate, Nuclear chemistry, Units of rates and specific rate constants|
|Hydrocarbons||Classification, Isomerism, Alkanes – Conformations, Alkynes – Acidic character, Alkenes – Geometrical isomerism, Mechanism of electrophilic substitution|
|Some basic principles of organic chemistry||Tetravalency of carbon, Fission, Common types of organic reactions, Nomenclature covalent bond|
|Purification and characterisation of organic compounds||Purification quantitative analysis|
|Organic compounds containing Oxygen||Alcohols, Phenols, Ethers, Aldehyde and Ketones, General methods of preparation|
|Biomolecules||Carbohydrates, Nucleic acids|
|Polymers||General introduction and classification of polymers|
|Organic compounds containing nitrogen||Amines, Diazonium salts, General methods of preparation|
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|Matrices, determinants & their applications||Determinants and matrices of orders two and three computing the rank of a matrix–test|
|Complex numbers and quadratic equations||Quadratic equations, complex numbers|
|Sets, relations, and functions||Trigonometric identities, sets, and their representations|
|Differential calculus and its applications||Polynomials, trigonometric, applications of differential calculus, rational|
|Algebra||Sequences and series, binomial theorem and its applications|
|Combinatorics||Mathematical induction and its applications, permutations, and combinations|
|Integral calculus and differential equations of the first order||Ordinary differential equations, Integral as an antiderivative|
|Statistics and probability||Measures of central tendency and dispersion probability|
|Vector algebra||Vectors and scalars, the addition of vectors|
|Analytical geometry||Straight Lines in two dimensions, conic sections in two dimensions, circles in two dimensions|
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|Taxonomy of Angiosperm||Types of classifications|
|Biotechnology||Recombinant DNA technology|
|Cell Biology and Genetics||Chromosomes|
|Plant Anatomy||Tissues and tissue system|
|Plant Physiology||Photosynthesis respiration, Plant growth, and development|
|Microbiology||Introduction – history of medical microbiology|
|Human Physiology||Atomic structure and Einstein mass-energy relation-variation of mass with velocity. Nutrition bones and joints (major types), fractures, circulation physiological coordination system, muscles respiration, reproductive system, receptor organs|
|Biology in Human Welfare||Food production|
|Applied Biology||Livestock and management dairy|
|Environmental Science||Human population and explosion-issue|
|Modern Genetics and Animal Biotechnology||Introduction – scope – human genetics karyotyping chromosome gene mapping|
|Theories of Evolution||Lamarckism – Darwinism|
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Here are the most frequently asked questions about SRMJEEE 2023 topics:
Ans: A complete list of topics asked in the Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology sections of SRMJEEE 2023 is provided in the above article.
Ans: Some of the topics asked in the SRMJEEE 2023 Biology section include Photosynthesis respiration, Plant Growth, Chromosomes and Tissues and Tissue System. Get the complete list of chapters and topics asked in the exam in the above article.
Ans: Chemical Families – Periodic Properties, Chemical bonding, molecular structure, s-& p- block elements, Chemical thermodynamics and energetics, etc., are some of the important chapters asked in the Chemistry section of the SRMJEEE 2023 exam. Read the above article to find the detailed list of chapters and topics asked in the SRMJEEE 2023 exam.
Ans: The detailed syllabus for the Physics and Mathematics sections of the SRMJEEE 2023 exam is provided in the above article.
Ans: The SRMJEEE 2023 exam dates are yet to be released by the authorities. We will provide you with the dates as soon as they are on the official website.
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