SRMGEET Syllabus

SRMGEET Syllabus

Candidates wishing to appear for SRMGEET entrance test for admission in M.Tech program should know the syllabus to have a clear idea on the topics to be studied for the exam. With the help of SRMGEET syllabus, candidates can prepare an effective strategy to qualify the SRMJEEE PG exam.  The syllabus will typically cover the topics and subjects studied at graduation level. Candidates should also go through the exam pattern to know the structure in which questions will be framed. Candidates need to prepare the subjects they have done their specialization/graduation into. Admission will solely be given on the basis of the performance of the candidates in the exam. Therefore, candidates should leave no stone unturned to study hard for the exam.

SRMGEET Syllabus

Before proceeding towards the syllabus, candidates should know that as per the SRMGEET exam pattern, the exam will be held in online mode and no marks will be deducted for choosing the incorrect answer. The topics/subjects to be studied by the candidates under SRMJEEE PG syllabus are as follows-

Mathematics: Vector calculus, matrices and determinants, analytical function theory, differential calculus, multiple integrals and ordinary differential equations, numerical methods, probability, and statistics.

Civil Engineering: Mechanics of solids and structural analysis, environmental engineering, concrete and steel structure, soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering, fluid mechanics and water resources engineering,  construction and materials management, surveying, transportation engineering, remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS).

Mechanical Engineering: Mechanics and machine design, metal forming and metal joining processes, tool engineering, machine tool operation, metrology and inspection , material science and metallurgy, thermodynamics, refrigeration and air conditioning, production technology, automotive engines, automotive transmission, strength of materials , casting, engineering materials, processing of plastics and computer-aided manufacturing, product design, process planning, cost estimate, design of jigs and fixtures and press tools , operations research, operations management, quality control reliability and maintenance.

Electrical Engineering: Networks, devices, electronic circuits, number system, microprocessor, control system, electromagnetics, electrical machines, power electronics and solid-state drives and control, power systems etc.

Electronics Engineering: Networks, energy devices, electronic circuits, number systems, microprocessor, control system, signals and systems, communications (analog), communications (digitals), electromagnetics etc.

Instrumentation Engineering: Circuit network, energy devices, electronic circuits, number systems, microprocessor, control system, transducer s and industrial instrumentation, biomedical instrumentation, process control etc.

Computer science Engineering: Discrete mathematical structures, microprocessor and hardware systems, computer organization and architecture, system programming, operating systems, programming methodology, data structure, and algorithms etc.

Chemical Engineering: Chemical process calculations, chemical process industries, mechanical operations, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, mass transfer, thermodynamics, chemical reaction engineering, instrumentation & control, process engineering economics.

Material science Engineering: Quantum mechanics, solid-state physics, lasers, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, material chemistry, biology and health science, electronics, MEMS/NEMS, etc.

Food Processing Engineering: Bioprocess engineering, food engineering, biochemistry and nutrition, microbiology, etc.

Environmental Engineering: Environmental pollution, ecology, and sustainable development, remote sensing, energy and environmental, environmental impact assessment, environmental biotechnology, thermodynamics, ecology, environmental conservation, water resources,  current topics in environmental sciences, soil pollution and solid waste management, natural hazards, environmental and occupational health etc.

GIS Engineering: Remote sensing: physics of remote sensing, Photogrammetry, Surveying: Surveying Techniques, Electronic surveying, GIS: Terminology, Geology: Geological Remote Sensing, Agriculture and forestry, Environment and disaster studies: EIA, Urban and regional planning: Urban Planning.

Biotechnology Engineering: Cell structure, function, metabolism and bioenergetic, gene regulation, enzyme kinetics, fermentation process, production of commercially important enzymes, properties of nucleic acids, protein synthesis, bioreactors, genomics and proteomics, computer applications in biotechnology, gene manipulation, transgenic microbes, plants and animals, recombinant proteins, microbial growth kinetics , biosafety, bioethics and intellectual property rights, bioconversion, fermentation kinetics, Nanobiotechnology, application of biotechnology systems biotechnology etc.


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