TS EDCET - Syllabus
Telangana State Education Common Entrance Test
Form Date: 19 Apr - 22 Jun 2021
Computer Based Test
Updated On - January 12 2021 by Anusha Pachauri
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|Differential calculus||Successive Differentiation - Expansions of Functions- Mean value theorems. Indeterminate forms - Curvature and Evolutes. Partial differentiation - Homogeneous functions - Total derivative. Maxima and Minima of functions of two variables – Lagrange‘s Method of multipliers – Asymptotes - Envelopes.|
Differential Equations of the first order and first degree
Higher-order linear differential equations
Partial Differential equations
Sequences and Series of Functions
Orthogonality and least squares
Solutions of Equations in One Variable
Interpolation and Polynomial Approximation
Numerical Differentiation and Integration
|Vector Analysis||Mechanics of Particles|
|Mechanics of rigid bodies||Central forces|
|Special theory of relativity||Fundamentals of vibrations|
|Damped and forced oscillations||Vibrating Strings|
|Vibrations of bars||Kinetic theory of gases|
|Thermodynamics||Thermodynamic potentials and Maxwell’s equations|
|Low-temperature Physics||Quantum theory of radiation|
|Aberrations and Fiber Optics||Electrostatics|
|Electromagnetic waves||Atomic Spectra and Models Inadequacy of classical physics|
|Basic Electronics||Digital Principle|
|Quantum Mechanics||Nuclear Physics|
|Solid State Physics|
|Atomic structure and elementary quantum mechanics||Chemical Bonding|
|s-block elements||p-block elements|
|Stereochemistry of carbon compounds||Structural Theory in Organic Chemistry|
|Acyclic Hydrocarbons||Benzene and its reactivity|
|Arenes and Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons||Hydroxy compounds|
|Carbonyl compounds||Nitrogen compounds|
|Amino acids and proteins||Carbohydrates|
|Heterocyclic Compounds||Gaseous State|
|Dilute Solutions & Colligative Properties||Colloids& surface chemistry|
|Thermodynamics||Electrochemistry & EMF|
|Microbial Diversity of Lower Plants||1. General characters of Cyanobacteria Cell structure, thallus organization and their significance|
as biofertilizers with special reference to Oscillatoria, Nostoc and Anabaena
2. Lichens: Structure and reproduction; ecological and economic importance.
3. Viruses: Structure, replication and transmission; plant diseases caused by viruses and their
control with reference to Tobacco Mosaic and Rice tungro.
4. Bacteria: Structure, nutrition, reproduction and economic importance. An outline of Bacterial
the blight of Rice.
5. General account of Mycoplasma with reference to Little leaf of brinjal and Papaya leaf curl
6. General characters, structure, reproduction and classification of algae (Fritsch).
7. Structure and reproduction of Volvox, Oedogonium, Chara, Ectocarpus, Polysiphonia.
8. Economic importance of algae in Agriculture and Industry.
9. General characters and classification of fungi (Ainsworth).
10. Structure and reproduction of Albugo, Mucor, Saccharomyces, Penicillium and Puccinia
11. General account of mushroom cultivation.
|Bryophytes, Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms||1. Structure, reproduction, life cycle and systematic position of Marchantia, Anthoceros and Polytrichum.|
2. Evolution of Sporophyte in Bryophytes.
3. Structure, reproduction, life cycle and systematic position of Rhynia, Lycopodium,
Equisetum and Marsilea.
4. Stelar evolution, heterospory and seed habit in Pteridophytes.
5. Distribution and economic importance of Gymnosperms.
6. Morphology of vegetative and reproductive parts, systematic position and life cycle of
Pinus and Gnetum.
7. Introduction to Fossils and fossilization; Importance of fossils.
8. Geological time scale.
9. A General account on Bennettitales.
|Taxonomy of Angiosperms and Medicinal Botany|
1. Salient features of Bentham & Hooker‘s and Engler & Prantle‘s classification.
4. Distinction of Ethnomedicine from Folklore medicine.
|Plant Anatomy & Embryology||1. Meristems: Types, histological organization of shoot and root apices and theories.|
2. Tissues and Tissue Systems: Simple, complex and special tissues.
3. Leaf: Ontogeny, diversity of internal structure; stomata and epidermal outgrowths.
4. Stem and root anatomy: Vascular cambium - Formation and function.
5. Anomalous secondary growth of Stem - Achyranthes, Boerhaavia, Dracaena
6. Wood structure: General account. Study of local timbers – Teak (Tectona grandis),
and Neem (Azadirachta indica).
7. Another structure, Microsporogenesis and development of male gametophyte.
8. Ovule structure and types; Megasporogenesis; types and development of female gametophyte.
9. Pollination - Types; Pollen - pistil interaction. Fertilization.
10. Endosperm - Development and types. Embryo - development and types
|Plant Physiology||1. Plant-Water Relations Osmotic and pressure potentials; absorption, transport of water,|
Ascent of sap; Transpiration; Stomatal structure and movements
2. Mineral Nutrition: Essential macro and micro mineral nutrients and their role; symptoms of
3. Mechanism and regulation of enzyme action, factors regulating enzyme activity.
4. Photosynthetic pigments, Red drop and Emerson Enhancement effect; Mechanism of
photosynthetic electron Transport, Photophosphorylation, C3, C4 and CAM pathways.
5. Biological nitrogen fixation.
6. Respiration: Aerobic and Anaerobic; Glycolysis & Krebs cycle.
7. Physiological effects of phytohormones–Auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, ABA, ethylene and
8. Physiology of flowering and Photoperiodism.
9. Stress physiology: Concept of water, salt and temperature stresses and plant responses.
|Principles of Physical Geography||Major relief features of the Earth; Mountains, plateaus and plains.|
Wegner's theory of continental drift, the theory of Isostasy, Earthquakes and
Chief types of rocks and their characteristics. Weathering and Erosion.
Landforms in Fluvial, Arid, Karst, Glacial and Marine cycles.
|Social and Economic Geography||Definition, scope and objectives of Economic Geography Physical Environment and|
Human activities, Concept of Resources, Types of resources, Conservation and management of resources - Distribution, Pattern and growth trends of the population in the world; Type of settlements - Urban and Rural, Trends in Urban growth
|Regional Geography of India||Locational aspects, Major Physiographic regions, climate, drainage, soil types and|
natural vegetation - pattern and growth trends of population, urbanization - Agriculture: Rice, Wheat, Cotton, Jute, Sugarcane, Tea and Coffee - irrigation and power development in India
|Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)||Basics of Aerial Photography and Remote sensing, components of Remote|
sensing – Energy source, Platforms, sensors, Electromagnetic radiation, spectral
Signatures, orbital characteristics of Sun-synchronous and Geostationary satellites;
Remote sensing sensors – Active and passive, sensor characteristics, Cameras, Scanners
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