# Assam PAT 2015 Syllabus

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Assam Polytechnic Admission Test is popularly known as Assam PAT 2015. Assam PAT 2015 is being conducted by DTE Assam. It should be noted that the Assam Polytechnic 2015 Admissions shall be done only on the basis of this particular entrance test. Thus Assam PAT 2015 can be clearly called as a gateway for procuring admission to various Polytechnic Institutions in the limits of Assam State. Through this course, various diplomas are open to students in the fields of Engineering & Technology & Office Management.

The Directorate of Technical Education Assam (DTE) has all the authority to administer & conduct all the activities pertaining to Assam PAT 2015. There are as many as 10 Polytechnic Institutions in Assam offering Diploma Polytechnic Courses. All those candidates who wish to get admission in the Assam Polytechnic 2015 must appear in the Assam Polytechnic Admission Test 2015 (Assam PAT 2015). The main objective of the Polytechnic course studies is to produce technicians at supervisory levels so as to meet the demand of technical manpower in various field of development.

As far as the Assam PAT 2015 Syllabus  is concerned, it involves four basic subjects namely Mathematics, Science, General English & General Knowledge. Let us look into the topics included for the subjects mentioned above.

### 1. Mathematics

• Sets & Functions
• Finite & Infinite sets
• Equal sets
• Subsets
• Union & Intersection of sets
• Difference &Compliment of a set
• Relations & Functions
• Ordered pairs
• Cartesian product of sets
• Domain & range of function
• Product & Quotient of Functions
• Pictorial representation of functions
• Trigonometric functions
• Positive & Negative angles
• Measuring angles in radians
• Truth of the identity
• Signs of trigonometric functions
• Principle of Mathematical Induction
• Complex numbers & quadratic equations
• Linear Inequalities
• Permutations & Theorem
• Binomial Theorem
• Pascal’s Triangle
• Sequence & series
• Arithmetic Progression
• Arithmetic Mean
• Geometric Progression
• Geometric Mean
• Coordinate Geometry
• Straight lines
• Conic section
• Circle
• Ellipse
• Parabola
• Hyperbola
• Introduction to three dimensional geometry
• Calculus
• Mathematical Reasoning
• Statistics & Probability
• Relations & Functions
• Matrices
• Determinants
• Continuity & Differentiability
• Applications of Derivatives
• Integrals
• Applications of Integrals
• Differential Equations
• Vectors & three dimensional geometry
• Linear Programming
• Probability

### 2. Science

Physics, Chemistry & Biology together form the topics for Science subject. Let us have a look at them.

• Physical World & Measurement
• Nature of Physical Law
• Physics, Technology & society
• Need for measurement
• Units of measurement
• Systems of units
• SI units
• Fundamental & derived units
• Length, mass & time measurement
• Accuracy & precision of measurements
• Errors in measurement
• Significant Figures
• Dimensions of physical quantities
• Dimensional analysis & its application
• Kinematics
• Position-time graph
• Speed and velocity
• Average speed and instantaneous velocity
• Scalar and vector quantities
• Resolution of a vector in plane-rectangular components
• Laws of Motion
• Newton’s Laws
• Law of conservation of linear momentum and its applications
• Static and kinetic friction
• Laws of friction
• Dynamics of uniform circular motion
• Scalar product of vectors
• Conservation of mechanical energy
• Elastic and inelastic collisions in one and two dimensions
• Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
• Centre of mass of a two-particle system
• Vector product of vectors
• Moment of force
• Bernoulli’s theorem and its applications
• Kinetic theory of gases-assumptions
• Kinetic energy and temperature
• Longitudinal and transverse waves
• Principle of superposition of waves
• Flow of electric charges in a metallic conductor
• Internal resistance of a cell
• Series and parallel combinations of resistors
• Measurement of internal resistance of a cell.
• Magnetic Effects of current and Magnetism
• Force between two parallel current-carrying conductors-definition of ampere
• Electromagnets and factors affecting their strengths
• Electromagnetic induction
• LC oscillations
• LCR series circuit
• Electromagnetic waves and their characteristic
• Transverse nature of electromagnetic waves
• Reflection of light
• Refraction of light
• Dual nature of radiation
• Rutherford’s model of atom
• Elements of a communication system
• Propagation of electromagnetic waves in the atmosphere
• Production and detection of an amplitued-modulated wave
• Basic Concepts of Chemistry
• Laws of chemical combination
• Dalton’s atomic theory
• Structure of an Atom
• Empirical and molecular formula
• Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
• Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
• Valence electrons
• VSEPR theory, concept of hybridization
• Geometry of covalent molecules
• Theory of homo nuclear diatomic molecules
• States of Matter : gases and liquids
• Boyle’s law
• Lussac’s law
• Liquid State-Vapour pressure
• Thermodynamics
• Equilibrium
• Equilibrium in physical and chemical processes
• Dynamic nature e of equilibrium
• Law of mass action
• Redox Reactions
• Concept of oxidation and reduction
• Balancing redox reactions
• Position of hydrogen in periodic table
• Properties and uses of hydrogen
• Physical and chemical properties of water
• S-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals) Group 1 and Group 2 elements
• Preparation and properties of some important compounds
• Introduction to p-Block Elements Group 13 elements
• Classification of hydrocarbons
• Environmental Chemistry
• Classification of solids based on different binding force
• Electrochemistry
• Surface Chemistry
• General Principles and Processes of lsolation of Elements
• P-Block Elements
• Coordination Compounds
• Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
• Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
• Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
• Organic compounds containing Nitrogen
• Chemistry in Everyday life
• Chemicals in medicines
• Chemicals in food
• Cleansing agents
• Diversity in living world
• Classification of living organisms
• Diversity of living organisms
• Systematics & binomial system of nomenclature
• Salient features of animal and plant classification
• Botanical Gardens
• Herbara
• Zoological Parks & Museums
• Structural organisations in animals & plants tissues in animals & plants
• Morphology
• Anatomy & functions of different parts of flowering plants
• Morphology
• Anatomy & functions of different systems of an annelid
• An insect & an amphibian
• Cell: Structure & Function
• Cell Wall
• Cell Membrance
• Cell Organelles & nuclear organization
• Mitosis
• Meiosis
• Cell cycle
• Structure & functions of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids & nuclei acids
• Enzymes: Types, properties & functions
• IV Plant physiology movement of water, food, nutrients & glasses
• Plants & water mineral nutrition
• Respiration, Photosynthesis, plant growth & development
• Human Physiology
• Digestion & absorption
• Body fluids & circulation
• Excretory products & elimination
• Locomotion & movement
• Control & coordination
• Sexual reproduction
• Pollination & fertilization in flowering plants
• Development of seeds & fruits
• Human production
• Reproductive system in male & female
• Production of gametes, fertilization, implantation, embryo development, pregnancy
• Reproductive health
• Birth control, contraception, sexually transmitted diseases
• Genetics & evolution
• Mendelian inheritance
• Chromosome theory of inheritance
• Sex determination in human beings
• XX, XY linkage & cross over
• Inheritance pattern of harmophilia
• Blood groups in human beings
• DNA: replication, transcription, translation
• Gene expression & regulation
• Genome & human genome
• DNA fingerprinting
• Evolution: Theories & evidences
• Biology & human welfare
• Animal husbandry
• Basic con of immunology
• Microbes in household food processing
• Adolescence & drug/alcohol abuse
• Biotechnology & its applications
• Ecology & environment
• Ecosystems : Components, types & energy flow
• Species, population & community
• Centres of diversity & conservation of biodiversity
• National parks & sanctuaries
• Environmental issues

### 3. English

• Grammar
• Command of language

### 4. General Knowledge

• Topics will be relating to the general awareness and its application
• Evolution of life
• Knowledge of the human body-nutrition
• Solar System
• History
• Politics and Society
• Vedic
• Constitution of India
• India’s Foreign policy
• Division of labour
• Money

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