Syllabus For GCET

Syllabus for GCET

The students seeking for their admission in undergraduate level programs in the field of Medicine, Engineering, Architecture, Dentistry and Pharmacy conducted by various government and private colleges in Goa have to appear in Goa Common Entrance Test (GCET). It is also popularly known as Goa CET. The common entrance test is conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education, Government of Goa.
Candidates appearing in the Goa CET have to prepare in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology and Computer Science. Candidates have to prepare for a combination of subjects according to their preferred field in Medicine, Engineering, Architecture, Dentistry and Pharmacy.
Magnetic Effects of Electric Current, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, Ray Optics, Wave Theory, Heat Radiation, Wave Motion and Sound, Fluids, S.H.M., Rotational Motion of a Rigid Body, Gravitation, Electromagnetic Induction and A.C., Electrons and Photons, Radioactivity, Semiconductors.
Electrochemistry, Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics, Nature of Chemical Bond II, Adsorption and Colloids, Chemistry of Representative Elements ( p block), Nuclear and Radio Chemistry, Halogen Derivatives of Alkanes and organic hydroxy Compounds, Chemistry of Transition and Inner Transition Elements, Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats, Chemical Kinetics, Coordination Chemistry, The Solid State, etc.
Physiology of Animals Animal Nutrition, Anatomy and Physiology of Animals Skeletal system, 4- Reproduction, Growth & Development in plants & Animals, Genetics, Environment and Human Welfare Biodiversity, Environment and Human Welfare Biodiversity, etc.
Computer Science
Data Types, Variables and Constants, General Concepts, Programming in C++, Operators and Expressions, data structure, Boolean Algebra, Computer Network, etc.
limits and continuity, vector and 3-d geometry, matrices, derivatives and their application, statics & dynamics, indefinite integrals, definite integrals & its application, probability, boolean algebra, linear inequations, differential equations, etc.
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