AMUEEE is an engineering entrance examination conducted by AMU for Aspirants who want to pursue B.Tech/B.Arch/B.E. (Evening) courses offered by the university. Candidates desirous of admission to B.Tech, B.E (Evening) and B.Arch courses offered by AMU must keep themselves updated on AMUEEE syllabus. The questions asked in the entrance test will be from class XI and XII basics and the exam will be based on pen & paper mode.
- Aspirants applying for B.Tech courses need to appear only in Paper I, so they must follow and prepare according to Paper I.
- Arch aspirants need to follow the syllabus of both Papers I and II, as they have to appear in both the papers.
AMUEEE syllabuscovers all details of the question paper of AMUEEE including the number of papers, topics covered, pattern of question paper and so on. Aspirants can check out the list of topics related to AMUEEE syllabus in this article. Aspirants are advised to read the full article to know in-depth detail about AMUEEE Syllabus.
To crack the AMUEEE Exam, aspirants must familiarize themselves with the syllabus & exam pattern so that they can make a constructive strategy for preparation and manage time effectively among all the sections/subjects of the syllabus. Aspirants can check the syllabus for AMUEEE based on the course they want to enroll in, which is mentioned below for their convenience –
AMUEEE Syllabus for B.Tech/ B.Arch
AMUEEE applicants opting for B.Tech will have to appear only in paper I whereas those who have opted for B.Tech and B.Arch or B.Tech only will have to sit for both paper I and II which will held in different sessions.
|· Physical World and Measurement
· Laws of Motion
· Work, Energy and Power
· Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
· Properties of Bulk Matter
· Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory
· Oscillations and Waves
· Current Electricity
· Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
· Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
· Electromagnetic Waves
· Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
· Atoms & Nuclei
· Electronic Devices
· Communication Systems
· Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
· Structure of Atom
· Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
· Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
· States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
· s-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)
· Some p-Block Elements
· Organic Chemistry – Some Basic Principles and Techniques
· Environmental Chemistry
· Solid State
· Chemical Kinetics
· Surface Chemistry
· General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
· Block Elements: Group 16 elements, Group 17 elements, Group 18 elements
· D and f Block Elements: Lanthanoids, Actinoids
· Coordination Compounds
· Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
· Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
· Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
· Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen -amines, Cyanides and Isocyanides, Diazonium salts
· Biomolecules -Carbohydrates, Proteins, Hormones, Vitamins, Nucleic Acids
· Chemistry in Every Day Life
|· Sets And Functions
· Relations & Functions
· Trigonometric Functions
· Principle Of Mathematical Induction
· Complex Numbers And Quadratic Equations
· Linear Inequalities
· Permutations And Combinations
· Binomial Theorem
· Sequence And Series
· Coordinate Geometry
· Straight Lines
· Conic Section
· Introduction To Three Dimensional Geometry
· Limits And Derivatives
· Mathematical Reasoning
· Mathematical Reasoning
This paper is for B.Arch Aspirants only. It is an Architecture Aptitude Test where aesthetic sensitivity and drawing aptitude of the candidates will be evaluated.
Architecture Aptitude Test
|The aesthetic sensitivity & drawing aptitude of candidates will be determined through the test of perception, observation, imagination, creativity, presentation & architectural awareness to be presented in the visual format relating to:
Freehand sketching of scenes and activities observed by candidates from rural/urban life commonly observed such as markets, streets, bus/rail, station, Ghats, waterfront, monuments etc.
· Design, drawing & presentation of commonly seen/used posters /graphics, greeting cards, book cover design, hoardings, logos, wallpapers, flooring patterns etc.
· Creative design & presentation of day-to-day objects /artifacts like candle stand, toilet fixtures, furniture, soap case, chandelier etc. and futuristic automobiles, airplanes, mobiles, computers etc.
· Creative composition (Geometric or otherwise) that depicts visual harmony or contrast using elements like colors, shapes etc.
AMUEEE Syllabus for B.E. (Evening)
Candidates opting for B.E (Evening) will have to answer a paper of 100 marks where each question will be of 1 mark. There will be 25 questions on Physical Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) which are compulsory for all branches while 75 questions will be from their respective Engineering Sciences.
- Mathematics- Algebra, Trigonometry, Coordinate Geometry, Calculus, Differential Equations, Vector.
- Physics- Heating & Chemical effects of current, Thermo-electric effects, SHM, Velocity, acceleration and types of waves, frequency, wave length and wave velocity, diffraction, and polarization of waves, Cathodes and X-rays, Radioactivity, Nuclear fusion and fission.
- Chemistry- Organic Chemistry, Electrochemistry, pH Value and buffer solution, Corrosion, Alloys, Fuels, Water, Environmental Chemistry and Polymers.
Relevant Engineering Sciences
While filling the form, aspirants will be asked to choose one out of three branches included in the B.E. (Evening) programme.
The questions from the Physical Sciences section are compulsory for all. In addition, candidates have to answer 75 questions from their respective Engineering Sciences (branches).
|Civil Engineering||Electrical Engineering||Mechanical Engineering|
|· Structural Analysis
· Design of R.C Structures
· Building material & Construction
· Irrigation Engineering
· Environmental Engineering
· Transportation Engineering: Roads, Railways, Bridges.
· Soil Mechanics
|· Fields & Circuits
· Electrical Machine & Power Apparatus
· Instrumentation & Control
|· Theory & Designs of Machines
· Hydraulic & hydraulic Machines
· Thermodynamics & H.P Engineering
· Production & Industrial Engineering.
AMUEEE Exam Pattern
Depending on whether the aspirant is applying for admission to a B.Tech or B.Arch course, the AMUEEE exam pattern will be different. B.Tech candidates have to appear only in Paper I, while B.Arch candidates have to appear in Paper I and II, both.
AMUEEE Exam pattern – Paper I
- Question type : Objective
- Subjects : PCM
- Test duration : 3 Hours
- Total Questions : 150
- Marking Scheme: For the correct answer, 1 mark will be given,
- Negative Marking: 25 marks will be deducted for wrong answer.
AMUEEE Exam Pattern – Paper II
- Question Type: descriptive type questions and drawing test.
- Duration: 3 Hours