MHT CET Syllabus 2019
MHT CET 2019 Syllabus-DTE (Directorate of Technical Education), Maharashtra will conduct Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) 2019. To get admission in various colleges in Maharashtra in your B.Tech programs you must score good marks in MHT CET 2019 exam. You can fill the online MHT CET application form tentatively in the 1st January to 31st March 2019, But for this, you must be eligible as per the criteria determined DTE
As to prepare for any exam knowing the syllabus is very important. The Syllabus and Exam pattern for MHT CET 2019 has been released by DTE, Maharashtra on the official website. The questions which would be asked in the MHTCET 2019 entrance exam will have nearly same syllabus as that of syllabus of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. If you are talking about weight-age then the question paper of this exam will have approximately 20% weight-age and around 80% weightage of class 11th and class 12th respectively.
MHT CET 2019 will holds 3 Papers. For Paper 1 subject will be Mathematics, and for Paper 2 subject will be Physics and Chemistry and for Paper 3 subject will be Biology.
If you wanted to take admission for first-year Engineering and Technology degree courses then it is mandatory that you must appear for both Paper 1 and Paper 2.
Here is the syllabus for MHT CET 2019.
Subject | Class XI |
Mathematics | Sets, Relations, and Functions Probability Sequences, and series Straight Line Circle and Conics Trigonometric functions Trigonometric functions of Compound Angles, Factorization Formulae |
Physics | Magnetic effect of electric current Magnetism, Measurements Scalars, and Vectors Force Ray optics Refraction of Light, Friction in solids and liquids, |
Chemistry | Some basic concepts of chemistry States of matter- liquids and Gases Redox reaction Surface chemistry s-Block elements(Alkali and alkaline earth metals) Nature of chemical bond Hydrogen Alkanes Basic principles and techniques in organic chemistry |
Biology | Diversity in organisms Biochemistry of cell Plant Water Relations and Mineral Nutrition Plant Growth and Development Organization of Cell Animal Tissues Human Nutrition Human Respiration |
Subject | Class XII |
Mathematics | Mathematical Logic Matrices Trigonometric functions Pair of straight lines Circle Conics Vectors Three-dimensional geometry Line Plane Linear programming problems Continuity Statistics Probability distribution Bernoulli trials and Binomial distribution, Differentiation Integration Application of derivative Applications of definite integral Differential equation |
Physics | Wave motion Standing waves Kinetic theory Wave theory Interference and diffraction Circular motion Gravitation Rotational motion Electrons and photons Atoms Molecules and Nuclei Semiconductors Communication systems Magnetic effects of electric current Magnetism Electromagnetic inductions Oscillations Elasticity Surface tension Electrostatics Current electricity |
Chemistry | Solid State Solutions and colligative properties Chemical Thermodynamics and energetic Chemical Kinetics Electrochemistry General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements p-Block Elements d and f Block Elements Alcohols Phenols and Ethers Aldehydes Ketones, and Carboxylic Acids Coordination Compounds Halogen derivatives of alkanes (and arenas) Chemistry in Everyday life Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen Biomolecules Polymers |
Biology | Genetics and Evolution Biotechnology and its Application Biology and Human Welfare Plant Physiology Reproduction in Organisms Ecology and Environment |
Physics Weightage
- 1) Measurements (1%)
- 2) Scalars and Vectors (1%)
- 3) Force (1%)
- 4) Friction in solids and liquids (1%)
- 5) Refraction of Light (1%)
- 6) Ray Optics (1%)
- 7) Magnetic Effects of Electric Current (1%)
- 8) Magnetism (1%)
- 9) Circular motion (1%)
- 10) Gravitation (6%)
- 11) Rotational Motion (3%)
- 12) Oscillations (6%)
- 13) Elasticity (1%)
- 14) Surface tension (1%)
- 15) Wave motion (1%)
- 16) Stationary waves (1%)
- 17) Kinetic theory of gases and Radiation (1%)
- 18) Wave theory of light (1%)
- 19) Interference and diffraction (1%)
- 20) Electrostatics (5%)
- 21) Current Electricity (5%)
- 22) Electromagnetic Induction (6%)
- 23) Electrons and photons (1%)
- 24) Atoms, Molecules and Nuclei (1%)
- 25) Semiconductors (1%)
- 26) Communication Systems (5%)
Chemistry Weightage
- 1) Some basic concepts in chemistry (5%)
- 2) States of Matter : Gases and liquids (2%)
- 3) Redox Reactions (1%)
- 4) Surface Chemistry (1%)
- 5) Nature of chemical bond (1%)
- 6) Hydrogen (3%)
- 7) S – Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals) (1%)
- 8) Basic principles and techniques in organic chemistry (1%)
- 9) Alkanes (1%)
- 10) Solid state (2%)
- 11) Solutions and colligative properties (1%)
- 12) Chemical thermodynamics and energetic (1%)
- 13) Electrochemistry (4%)
- 14) Chemical kinetics (3%)
- 15) General principles and processes of isolation of elements (1%)
- 16) P-block elements (1%)
- 17) d – and f – BLOCK ELEMENTS (4%)
- 18) Co-ordination Compounds (4%)
- 19) Halogen derivatives of alkanes (and arenes) (1%)
- 20) Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers (8%)
- 21) Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids (3%)
- 22) Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen (1%)
- 23) Biomolecules (3%)
- 24) Polymers (3%)
- 25) Chemistry in Everyday Life (4%)
Maths Weightage
- 1) Trigonometric functions (1%)
- 2) Trigonometric functions of Compound Angles (1%)
- 3) Factorization Formulae (1%)
- 4) Straight Line (1%)
- 5) Sets, Relations and Functions (5%)
- 6) Probability (4%)
- 7) Sequence and series (5%)
- 8) Mathematical Logic (1%)
- 9) Matrices (1%)
- 10) Pair of straight lines (1%)
- 11) Circle (1%)
- 12) Conics (1%)
- 13) Vectors (2%)
- 14) Three Dimensional Geometry (6%)
- 15) Line (1%)
- 16) Plane (1%)
- 17) Linear programming problems (1%)
- 18) Continuity (1%)
- 19) Differentiation (1%)
- 20) Applications of derivative (1%)
- 21) Integration (1%)
- 22) Applications of definite integral (1%)
- 23) Differential equation (1%)
- 24) Statistics (5%)
- 25) Probability Distributions (1%)
- 26) Bernoulli trials and Binomial distribution (1%)
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