Syllabus For JCECE

Syllabus for JCECE

Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board conducts JCECE, Jharkhand state-level entrance test for admission into BE, MBBS, BDS, BHMS, and B VSc & AH, B. Sc Agricultural, and Forestry degree courses. The entrance examination is mandatory to seek admission in various government and private institutions of the state, including Birsa Agriculture University (Kanke), Ranchi.
The candidates wishing to pursue engineering courses must prepare syllabus from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, while the applicants aspiring for career in medical field should study the relevant syllabus of Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology. The syllabus for the exam is based on the curriculum studied by the applicants at the 10+2 level. Some of the topics of the syllabus are given below.
General Properties of Matter, Heat, Measurement and Kinematics, Mechanics, Wave motion, Sound, Light, Laws of Motion, Gravitation, Oscillations, Thermodynamics, Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism, Electron Physics, Radiation, Optics, Semiconductor Devices, Atomic Physics, Electrostatics, and Current Electricity.
Basic Concepts and Atomic Structure, Periodic Properties of Elements and Hydrogen, S-Block, P-Block, D-Block and F-Block Elements, Electrochemistry, Chemical Equilibrium, Stereochemistry, Laws of Gases, Functional Groups Containing Oxygen, Halogens, Nitrogen, Polymers, Purification and Characterization of Organic Compounds, Chemical Kinetics, Redox Reactions, and Environmental Chemistry.
Complex Numbers, Sequences and Series, Permutations, Combinations, Binomial Theorem, Sets, Relations and Functions, Matrices and Determinants, Linear equations, Boolean Algebra, Trigonometric functions, Three Dimensional Geometry, Statistics, Vectors, Differential Equations, Integrals, Lines, Circles and Conic sections.
Cell, Ecosystem, Photosynthesis, Transpiration, Origin of Life, Physiology of Plants, Cell Differentiation, Physiology of Animals, Genetics, Mutation, Systematic study of Algae, Bacteria, and Fungi etc, Reproduction, Biodiversity and Conservation, Animal Tissues, and Organic Evolution.
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