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CG PET 2021 Syllabus will be available on in the Month of April 2021. The CG PET is referred to as Chhattisgarh Pre Engineering Test, which is approached by Chhattisgarh Professional Examination Board and there is a large number of candidates that may appear for this examination to get admission to the various professional government’s colleges and institutes of the Chhattisgarh State.
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CG PET Syllabus
The CG PET Syllabus is prepared by the Directorate of Technical Education of Chhattisgarh state and all of the participating candidates have to prefer the syllabus for better preparation of examination. Candidates have to read and complete carefully the syllabus topics and subtopics to prepare the best for
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CG PET Syllabus Details
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Physics Syllabus
UNIT – 1 Measurment:
 Units and dimensions
 Fundamental and derived units
 Dimensional analysis
 I. Units
UNIT – 2 Kinematics:
 Linear motion in one and two dimensions
 Cases of uniform velocity and uniform acceleration
 The general relation among position and velocity
 Uniform circulation motion
UNIT – 3 Force and laws of Motion:
 Force and inertia
 Newton”s law of motion
 Conservation of momentum and energy Static and Kinetic Friction
 Uniform Circular motion
UNIT – 4 Work Energy and Power:
 Work was done by force
 Energy
 Power
 Elastic collisions
 Potential energy
 Gravitational potential energy and its angular conversion to kinetic energy
 The potential energy of a spring
UNIT – 5 Rotaional Motion And Moment of Interia
 Rigid body rotation
 Couple
 Torque
 Angular momentum conservation of its momentum
 Moment of inertia
 Theorems of the parallel and perpendicular axis (Moment of inertia of uniform ring, disc thin rod and cylinder only)
UNIT – 6 Gravitation:
 Acceleration due to gravity and its variation
 The universal law of gravitation
 Motion of satellites
 Escape velocity
 Synchronous satellite and polar satellite
UNIT – 7 Properties of Solid and Fluids:
 Elasticity
 Hook”s law
 Young”s modulus
 Shear and bulk modulus
 Surface energy and surface tension
 Fluid pressure
 Atmospheric pressure
 Viscosity of fluids
 Kinetic theory of gases
 Gas laws
 Kinetic energy and temperature
UNIT – 8 Heat and Thermodynamics:
 Heat
 Temperature
 Thermometers
 Specific heats at constant volume and constant pressure
 Mechanical equivalent of heat is othermal and adiabatic processes
 Heat conduction in one dimension
 Convection and radiation
 Stefan”slaw and Newton”s law of cooling
 Zeroth
 The first and Second law of thermodynamics
UNIT – 9 Oscillation
 Periodic motion
 Simple harmonic motion
 Oscillations in spring
 Laws of the simple pendulum
UNIT – 10 Waves
 Transverse and longitudinal wave motion
 Speed of sound
 Principle of superposition
 Progressive and stationary waves
 Beats and Doppler effect
UNIT – 11 Light:
 Wave nature of light
 Interference,
 Young”s double slit experiment
 The velocity of light and Doppler”s effect in light
 Reflection
 Refraction
 Total internal reflection
 Curved mirrors
 Lenses
 Mirror and lens formulae
 Dispersion in prism
 Absorption and emission spectra
 Optical instruments
 The human eye
 Defects of vision
 Magnification and resolving power of telescope and microscope
UNIT – 12 Mangentism:
 Bar magnet
 Lines of force
 Torque on a bar magnet due to magnetic field
 Earth”s magnetic field
 Tangent galvanometer
 Vibration magnetometer
 Paramagnetic
 Di magnetic and ferromagnetic substances
UNIT – 13 Electrostatics:
 Coulomb”s law of electrostatics
 Dielectric constant
 Electric field and potential due to a point charge
 Dipole
 Dipole field
 Guess”s law in simple geometric
 Electrostatic potential
 Capacitance
 Parallel plate and spherical capacitors
 Capacitors in series and parallel
 The energy of a capacitor
UNIT – 14 Currecnt Electricity:
 Electric current, Ohm”s law
 Kirchoff”slaws
 Resistances in series and parallel
 Temperature dependence of resistance
 Wheat stone bridge and potentiometer
 Measurement of voltages and currents
UNIT – 15 Effect of Electric Current:
 Magnetic thermal and chemical effect of current
 Electric power heating effects of currents
 Chemical effects and law of electrolysis
 Thermoelectricity
 BiotSavart law
 Magnetic fields due to a straight wire
 Circular loop and solenoid
 Force on a moving charge in a magnetic field (Lorentz force)
 The magnetic moment of a current loop
 Effect of a uniform magnetic field of a current loop
 Forces between two currents
 Moving galvanometer
 Ammeter and voltmeter
UNIT – 16 Electromagentic Inductaion and Alternating Current:
 Magnetic flux
 Electromagnetic induction induced emf Faraday”s law
 Lenz”s law
 Self and mutual inductance
 Alternating currents impedance and reactance growth and decay of current in LR circuit
 Elementary idea of dynamo and transformer
UNIT – 17 Electrion, Photon, and Radioactivity:
 ‘e” and ‘e/m” for an electron
 Photon
 Einstein”s photoelectric equation
 Photocells
 Bohr model of the atom
 Hydrogen spectrum
 Composition of nucleus
 Atomic masses and isotopes
 Radioactivity
 Laws of radioactive decay
 Decay constant
 Halflife and mean life
 Massenergy relation
 Fission
 XRay: properties and uses
UNIT – 18 Semicondutor:
 Elementary ideas of conductor
 Semiconductor and insulator
 Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors
 Diode
 Transistor
 Oscillator
 Digital circuit and logic gates
Chemistry (Physical Chemistry)
UNIT – 1 Atomic Structure
 Constitution of nucleus
 Bohr”s atom model
 Quantum numbers Aufbau principle electronic configuration of elements (uptoKr)
 DeBroglie relation
 Shapes of orbital
UNIT – 2 Chemical Bond
 Electrovalent covalent and covalent bonds
 Hybridization (sp)
 Hydrogen bond
 Shapes of molecules (VSEPR theory)
 Bond polarity resonance
 Elements of VBT
UNIT – 3 Solutions
 Modes of expressing concentrations of solutions
 Types of solutions
 Raoult’s law of colligative properties
 Nonideal solution
 Abnormal molecular weights
UNIT – 4 Solid State
 Crystal lattices
 Unit cells
 Structure of ionic compounds closepacked structure
 Ionic Radii
 Imperfections (Point defects)
 Properties of solids
UNIT – 5 Nuclear Chemistray
 Radioactive radiations
 Halflife
 Radioactive decay
 Group displacement law
 Structure and properties of the nucleus
 Nuclear reactions
 Disintegration series
 Artificial transmutation
 Isotopes and their uses
 Radiocarbon dating
UNIT – 6 Chemicals Elquilbrium
 Chemical equilibrium
 Law of mass action Kp and Kc
 Le Chatelier principle and its applications
UNIT – 7 Ionic Equlibrium
 Ionic Equilibria in solutions
 Solubility product
 Common ion effect
 Theories of acids and base hydrolysis of salts: pH: buffers.
UNIT – 8 Thermochemistry and Thermodynamics:
 Energy changes during a chemical reaction intrinsic energy
 Enthalpy
 The first law of thermodynamics
 Hess”slaw
 Heats of reactions
 The second law of thermodynamics; entropy
 Free energy
 The spontaneity of a chemical reaction
 Free energy change and chemical equilibrium
 Free energy as energy available for useful work
UNIT – 9 Chemical Kinetics
 The rate of a reaction
 Factors affecting the rate
 Rate constant
 Rate expression
 Order of reaction
 Firstorder rate constantexpression and characteristics
 Arrhenius equation
UNIT – 10 Electrochemistry:
 Oxidation
 Oxidation number and ionelectron methods
 Electrolytic conduction
 Faraday”slaws”
 Voltaic cell
 Electrode Potentials
 Electromotive force
 Gibb”s energy and cell potentials
 Nernst equation
 Commercial cells
 Fuel cell
 Electrochemical theory of corrosion
UNIT – 11 Surface Chemistry:
 Colloids and Catalysis
 Adsorption
 Colloids (type’s preparation and properties)
 Emulsions
 Catalysis
 Types and characteristics
Inorganic Chemistry
UNIT – 12 Principle of Metallurgical Operations:
 Furnaces
 Ore concentration
 Extraction
 Purification metallurgies of Na, Al, Fe, Cu, Ag, Zn
 Pb and their properties
UNIT – 13 Chemical Periodicity:
 S, p, d, and fblock elements
 Periodic Table
 Periodicity
 Atomic and ionic radii valency
 Ionization energy
 Electron affinity
 Electronegativity
 Metallic character
UNIT – 14 Comparative Study Of Elements:
Comparative
Study of the following families of the element:
(i) Alkali metals
(ii) Alkaline earth metals
(iii) Nitrogen family
(iv) Oxygen family
(v) Halogens
(vi) Noble gases
UNIT – 15 Transitions Metals
 Electronic configuration of 3 Metal Ions
 Oxidation states
 Other general characteristic properties
 Potassium permanganate
 Potassium dichromate
UNIT – 16 CoOrdination Compound
 Simple nomenclature
 Bonding and stability
 Classification and bonding in organometallics
UNIT – 17 Chemical Analysis
 The chemistry involved is the simple inorganic qualitative analysis
 Calculations based on acidbase titrimetry
Organic Chemistry
Unit 18 Chemistry Of Hydrocarbon:
 Calculation of empirical and molecular formulae of organic compounds
 Nomenclature of organic compounds
 Common functional groups
 Isomerism
 Structure and shapes of alkanes
 Alkenes and benzene
 Preparation
 Properties and uses of alkanes
 Alkenes and alkynes
 Benzene
 Petroleum
 Cracking
 Octane number
 Gasoline additives
Unit – 19 Organic Compounds Based On Functional GroupContaining Nitrogen:
 Nomenclature
 Methods preparation
 Chemical properties
 Correlations of physical properties with structures and uses of Nitro
 Amino
 Cyana
 Diazo compounds
Unit – 20 Organic Compounds Containing Organic Oxygens:
 Nomenclature
 Methods preparation
 Chemical properties
 Correlations of physical properties with structures and uses of others
 Aldehydes
 Ketones
 Carboxylic acids and their derivatives
Unit 21 Chemistry In Daily Life
 Polymers
 Classification
 Method of preparation
 Properties and uses of polymers
 Dyes: Classification
 Structure of some important dyes
 Chemistry of Drug
 Introduction and classification
 Chemotherapy
 Importance of drug (Antipyretic, Antiseptic, Antibiotic, Anesthetics)
 Chemistry in food
 Cosmetics and detergents
UNIT – 22 Biomolecules:
 Classification
 Structures and biological importance of carbohydrates
 Amino acids
 Peptides
 Proteins and enzymes
 Nucleic acids and lipids
Mathematics
UNIT – 1 Algebra
 Algebra of complex numbers
 Graphical representation of complex numbers
 Modulus and argument of complex numbers
 The square root of a complex number
 Triangular inequality
 Cube roots of unity
 Arithmetic
 The geometric and harmonic progression
 Arithmeticgeometric and harmonic means between two numbers
 Sum of squares and cubes of first Natural numbers
 Quadratic equations
 Relations between roots and coefficients
 Permutations and combinations
 Binomial Theorem (any index) exponential and logarithmic series
 Determinants up to third order and their order and their elementary properties Matrices types of matrices
 Adjoint and the inverse of the matrix
 Elementary properties of matrices
 Partial fraction
 Application in solving simultaneous equations up to three variables
UNIT – 2 Trigonometry
 Trigonometry functions and their graphs
 Addition and subtraction Formula involving multiple and submultiples angles
 General solutions of triangles equations
 Relations between sides and angles of triangles
 Solutions of triangles
 Inverse
 Trigonometrically functions
 Height and distance (Simple Problems)
Unit – 3 CoOrdinate Geometry Of Two Dimensions
 Rectangular Cartesian coordinates
 Straightline pair to the straight line
 The distance of a point from a line angle between two lines
 Circle
 Tangents and normal system of circles
 Conic section Parabola
 Ellipse and Hyperbola in standard forms with elementary
 Properties tangents and normal
Unit – 4 CoOrdinate Geometry Of Three Dimensions
 Rectangular coordinate system
 Direction cosine and direction ratios
 Equation of place in standard forms
 The perpendicular distance from a point
 Equation of a line angle between two lines
Unit – 5 Vector Algebra:
 Definition of vector
 Addition of vectors
 Components in threedimensional spaces
 Scalar and vector products
 Triple products
 Simple application in geometry and mechanics
Unit – 6 Differential Calculus
 Function polynomial
 Rational trigonometric
 Logarithmic and exponential
 Inverse function
 Limit continuity and differentiability of functions
 Differentiation of rational
 Trigonometric and exponential functions
 Application of derivative in elementary problems in mechanics increasing and decreasing functions
 Maxima and Minima of the function of one variable
 Roll”s theorem and mean value theorem
Unit – 7 Integral Calculus
 Integrations as the inverse process of differentiation
 Integration by the parts
 By substitution and by partial fraction
 Definite integral
 Areas under simple cures
Unit – 8 Differential Equations
 Formulation of the differential equation
 Order and degree
 Solutions of differential equations by separation of variable method
 The homogeneous linear differential equation of first order
Unit – 9 Statistics:
 Probability addition and multiplication laws
 Conditional probability
 Binomial distribution
 Simple problems in correlation and regression
Unit – 10 Numerical Methods
 A solution of the equation by the methods of bisection
 Falsepositions and NewtonRaphson
 Numerical integration by trapezoidal and Simpson”s Rule
Unit – 11 Information Technology
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 Basics of computer and its operations
 Functional components
 Main parts of the computer
 Input devices
 Output devices and Secondary storage devices
 System software
 Utility software
 Application software
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