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    Chat MHT CET Syllabus 2013

    Aspirants, who wish to apply for Maharashtra Technology Common Entrance Test MT CET (MHT CET) 2013 for B.Tech Admissions in various engineering Colleges in the State are hereby Informed that the Directorate of technical Education Maharashtra State has Decided to Conduct Medical Entrance Exam Separately. The State Government of Maharashtra has Decided to Join NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) Organized by Medical Council of India for Medical seat Admissions in India so the Name MHT CET is changed to MT CET. So From Next Academic year MHT CET will be Called as MT CET Entrance Test.

    Syllabus:

    Mathematics

    1. Application of Derivatives
    2. Circle
    3. Continuity
    4. Definite Intergrals
    5. Derivatives
    6. Differential Equations
    7. Ellipse
    8. Hyperbola
    9. Indefinite Integrals
    10. Limits
    11. Linear Programming
    12. Mathematical Logic
    13. Matrices
    14. Numerical Methods
    15. Pairs of Lines
    16. Parabola
    17. Probability
    18. Vectors

    Chemistry




    1. Acids and Esters
    2. Adsorption and Colloids
    3. Amines
    4. Aldehydes and Ketones
    5. Carbohydrates Proteins and Fats
    6. Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics
    7. Ethers
    8. Electrochemistry
    9. Fluorine and Hydrogen Fluoride
    10. Halogen Derivatives of Alkanes
    11. Ionic Equilibria
    12. Nature of Chemical Bond
    13. Nuclear and Radiochemistry
    14. Organic Hydroxy Compounds
    15. Silicon
    16. Synthetic Fibres
    17. Third Row Elements

    Physics


    1. Atoms Molecules and Nuclei
    2. Circular Motion
    3. Current Electricity
    4. Elasticity
    5. Electrons and Photons
    6. Electomagnetic Induction
    7. Electrostatics
    8. Gravitation
    9. Interference of Light
    10.Kinetic Theory of Gases
    11.Magnetic Effect of Electric Current
    12.Magnetism
    13.Properties of Fluids
    14.Radiation
    15.Rotational Motion
    16.Semi Conductors
    17.Simple Harmonic Motion
    18.Stationary Waves
    19.Thermionic Emission
    20.Thermodynamics
    21.Wave Motion
    22.Wave Theory of Light

    For more details: visit www.dmer.org/

    Last edited by ajaytopgun; 3rd April 2014 at 01:18 PM.