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PULEET 2024: Admit Card (Out Soon), Dates (Out), eligibility, pattern, syllabus

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PULEET 2024 Admit Card will be released on 19th June 2024. The Exam Date has been Announced, The Exam will be held on 22nd July 2024. The Panjab University Lateral Engineering Entrance Test (PULEET) is a crucial examination facilitating admission into the second year of the Bachelor of Engineering (BE) program at Panjab University, Chandigarh. Designed for candidates holding diplomas in engineering or vocational studies, PULEET offers a direct pathway to pursue higher education in various engineering disciplines. 

Each year, a significant number of aspirants participate in PULEET, reflecting the exam’s popularity and the growing demand for engineering education. With its comprehensive syllabus covering subjects like mathematics, physics, chemistry, and general aptitude, PULEET assesses candidates’ knowledge and aptitude in engineering fundamentals. 

The rigorous examination process ensures that only the most deserving candidates secure admission, contributing to the reputation of Panjab University as a premier institution for engineering studies. PULEET serves as a vital platform for aspiring engineers to realize their academic aspirations and embark on a rewarding career path in the field of engineering.

PULEET 2024 Notification – Admit Card Out Soon

New PULEET 2024 Admit Card will be released on 19th June 2024. check the PULEET Admit Card Details.

New PULEET Exam Date 2024 has been Announced, The Exam will be held on 22nd July 2024. check the PULEET Exam Details.

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What is PULEET?

PULEET, or the Panjab University Lateral Engineering Entrance Test, serves as a gateway for aspirants seeking admission into the second year of the Bachelor of Engineering (BE) degree program at Panjab University, Chandigarh. This entrance examination enables candidates with a diploma in engineering or vocational studies to directly enter the second year of the BE program across various engineering disciplines. 

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The BE program offered by Panjab University encompasses a diverse range of fields including Chemical Engineering, Food Technology, Computer Science Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics & Communication, Biotechnology, Electrical & Electronics, and Mechanical Engineering. PULEET is conducted annually by the university’s admission authority and provides candidates with an opportunity to pursue higher education and advance their career prospects in the field of engineering. With its comprehensive syllabus and rigorous examination process, PULEET ensures the selection of candidates based on their merit and aptitude for engineering studies.

PULEET 2024 Highlights

Panjab University Lateral Engineering Entrance Test (PULEET) is an annual exam conducted in English and Hindi languages, featuring an offline mode, with a duration of 1 hour 40 minutes, comprising 100 multiple-choice questions, and charging an application fee of INR 2,395 for General category and INR 1,198 for SC/ST/PwD categories.

Full Exam NamePanjab University Lateral Engineering Entrance Test
Short Exam NamePULEET
FrequencyOnce in a year
LanguagesEnglish, Hindi
Mode of ApplicationOnline
Application FeeGeneral: INR 2,395
SC/ST/PwD: INR 1,198
Mode of ExamOffline
Exam Duration1 hour 40 minutes
Exam Marks100 Marks (Multiple Choice Questions)
1 Mark is awarded for each correct answer
Negative Marking: ¼ marks will be deducted for wrong answers

PULEET 2024 Important Dates

Stay updated with the important dates for PULEET 2024, including application deadlines, admit card release, exam date, and result declaration.

Availability of Prospectus and Entrance Test Form on the websiteMay 01, 2024
Last date for submission of information on the website to generate Login ID and PasswordJune 04, 2024
Last date for deposit of fee through online mode onlyJune 07, 2024
Last date for uploading of photograph, signature with rest of the information on the websiteJune 09, 2024
Last date for submission of printout of form along with required documentsJune 11, 2024
Final date for Roll Nos. availability onlineJune 14, 2024
Completion of form with late fee (10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)June 19, 2024
Issuance of Admit Card/Roll No. manually by CET-CELLJune 19, 2024
Date & Time of Entrance TestJune 22, 2024
Uploading of Answer Key and inviting ObjectionsJune 27, 2024
Last date of submission of objections to the Answer KeyJune 29, 2024
Uploading of response to Objections and inviting Cross-objectionsJuly 05, 2024
Last date of submission of Cross-objections to the Answer KeyJuly 07, 2024
Tentative date of result declarationJuly 12, 2024
Centre for Entrance TestChandigarh, Hoshiarpur (if candidates exceed 50)

PULEET 2024 Application Form

The PULEET 2024 application form has been Released on 1st May 2024 on the official website at puleet.puchd.ac.in. Candidates aspiring to secure admission to Panjab University, Chandigarh, must complete the application process by filling out the application form. The direct link to access the application form will also be provided on the official website once it is released. Candidates are advised not to submit the PULEET application form 2024 through email, fax, post, etc.

  • The PULEET 2024 application form has been Released on 1st May 2024.
  • It will be available on the official website at puleet.puchd.ac.in.
  • Candidates must fill out the application form to seek admission to Panjab University, Chandigarh.
  • The application form will be accessible online, and candidates are not required to submit it via email, fax, or post.
  • Before filling out the form, candidates should carefully read and understand the eligibility criteria.
  • Only eligible candidates will be allowed to participate in PULEET 2024.
  • The application process will include stages such as registration, filling out the form, uploading a photo and signature, and fee payment.
  • Candidates are advised to follow the instructions provided during the application process.
  • The direct link to access the application form will be provided on the official website.
  • Candidates should ensure that they provide accurate information and complete all required fields in the application form.
  • It is essential to review the filled-in form before submission to avoid any errors.
  • Applicants should stay updated with any announcements or notifications regarding the application process.

PULEET 2024 Application Fees

Candidates are required to pay the application fee to successfully submit the PULEET 2024 application form. The application fee for different categories is as follows:

CategoryApplication Fee
GeneralINR 2395/-
SC/ST/PwDINR 1198/-

How to Fill PULEET 2024 Application Form

To fill out the PULEET (Panjab University Lateral Entry Entrance Test) application form, candidates should follow these steps:

  1. Registration: Visit the official website of Panjab University and navigate to the PULEET 2024 application form. Register yourself by providing the required details such as name, email ID, mobile number, etc.
  2. Login Credentials: After successful registration, you will receive login credentials (username and password) on your registered email ID or mobile number.
  3. Login: Use the provided login credentials to log in to the application portal.
  4. Fill Application Form: Fill in the necessary details in the application form, including personal information, academic details, contact details, etc.
  5. Upload Documents: Upload scanned copies of your recent passport-size photograph and signature in the specified format and size.
  6. Review: Once you have filled in all the details, review the application form carefully to ensure that all the information provided is accurate and correct.
  7. Payment of Application Fee: Proceed to pay the application fee through the available online payment modes. The fee can usually be paid using credit/debit card, net banking, or through bank challan.
  8. Submission: After successful payment, submit the application form.
  9. Confirmation: Upon successful submission, you will receive a confirmation message or email containing the application number and other details. Keep this information safe for future reference.
  10. Print Application Form: It is advisable to take a printout of the filled application form for your records and future reference.

PULEET 2024 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must adhere to the eligibility criteria to apply for the exam. The admission authority strictly enforces these criteria, and applications from non-eligible candidates will not be entertained. Here are the eligibility requirements for PULEET 2024:

  • Candidates should have completed a Diploma in Engineering with a minimum duration of three years, securing 60% marks (55% for SC/ST/BC/PwD) after Class 10, with Physics and Mathematics.
  • Alternatively, candidates with a Diploma in Engineering (minimum two years) after Class 12, with the same percentage criteria, are eligible.
  • Those who have completed a DVoc from a Polytechnic college/institute with 60% marks (55% for SC/ST/BC/PwD) can also apply. However, they will be eligible for admission to the second year of the BE program only in the same stream.
  • Candidates must not have passed the qualifying exam before 2022.
  • Clearing any compartment in the Diploma in Engineering is necessary before applying for the exam.
  • Admission is solely based on the merit obtained in the Entrance Examination PULEET 2024 conducted by Panjab University, Chandigarh.

PULEET 2024 Exam Pattern  

Candidates appearing for the PULEET 2024 exam must familiarize themselves with its exam pattern to understand the marking scheme, question types, duration of the examination, and other relevant details. 

Medium of ExamEnglish only
Duration of Exam1 hour 40 minutes
Types of QuestionsMCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
Mode of ExamOffline
SubjectsGeneral Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and General Aptitude & Communication Skills
Total Questions100
Marking Scheme1 mark for each correct answer
1/4 negative marking

PULEET 2024 Syllabus

The syllabus for PULEET 2024 encompasses various subjects including basic electrical engineering, basic electronics, programming fundamentals, fundamentals of mechanical engineering, fundamentals of civil engineering, fundamentals of chemical engineering, physics, chemistry, mathematics, and general aptitude & communication skills. 

Syllabus for Basic Electrical Engineering:

Electric MachinesOperating principle and application of DC machine as generator and motor, EMF and Torque equations, methods of excitation. Operating principle and applications of 3 phase squirrel cage and slip ring induction motors, equivalent circuit and torque speed characteristics (qualitative treatment). Operating principle of single phase induction motor (split Phase and capacitor motors), torque-speed characteristics (qualitative treatment). Principle of operation and applications of variable reluctance, permanent magnet and hybrid stepper motors, speed torque characteristics (qualitative approach).
TransformersIntroduction, Basic Principle, EMF equation, approximate equivalent circuit, phasor diagram, losses, efficiency and condition for maximum efficiency, voltage regulation, open circuit and short circuit tests.
Magnetic CircuitIntroduction to magnetic circuit, magneto motive force and magnetic field strength, permeability of free space, relative permeability, reluctance, comparison of electric and magnetic circuits, B/H curve, magnetic circuits calculations, self and mutual inductance.
Three Phase AC FundamentalsDisadvantages of single phase system, three phase voltages and currents, voltages and currents in star and delta connected systems, power in a three phase system, solution of three phase balanced circuits, power and power factor measurement by two watt-meter method.
Single Phase AC FundamentalsAlternating current systems, waveform terms and definitions, average and r.m.s. values of alternating quantities, phasor notation, solution and phasor diagram of single phase ac circuits with sinusoidal source excitation.
DC circuitsVoltage and current sources, Kirchhoff’s laws and network solution, network analysis by mesh and node analysis, superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, delta-star transformation and vice-versa, maximum- power transfer theorem, energy storage elements, step response of RL, RC and RLC circuits.

Syllabus for Basic Electronics:

CommunicationBasic Concepts, Modulation, Need for modulation, introduction to AM, FM, PM. Test and measuring instruments, Block diagram, concept of digital electronic voltmeters, ammeter and wattmeter, CRO, Signal Generators, Sensors and Transducers and their classification. Working principle of resistive, capacitive, photosensitive and temperature transducers. Block diagram and working principle of analog and digital data acquisition system.
Flip flopsConcept of flip-flops, RS, D, JK and T types, triggered and clocked, master slave, Shift Register, concept of synchronous and asynchronous counters. Half and full adder, subtractor, Seven Segment display, Concept of Mux, deMux, decoder and encoder.
Boolean algebra and logic gatesBinary and Hexadecimal number system, BCD and weighted codes, Binary arithmetic, Logic-positive and negative logic, basic and universal logic gates. Boolean algebra and postulates, reduction of Boolean expression.
OscillatorsBlock Diagram of feedback circuit used as an oscillator, Barkhausen criterion, types of oscillators.
Operational amplifiersBlock Diagram, Characteristics of an ideal OP-AMP, Application of OP-AMP as an Inverting amplifier, Phase Shifter, Scale Changer, Non-inverting amplifier, Adder or Summing amplifier, differential or difference amplifier, integrator.

Syllabus for Programming Fundamentals:

IntroductionComputer Basic, Block Diagram of Computer, Memory Hierarchy, Types of RAM, Secondary Memory Introduction to Operating Systems, Programming Languages, Program Structure, Linux Shell Commands, Bourne Shell, C Shell, Korn Shell.
Basic Constructs of CKeywords, Identifiers, Variables, Symbolic Constants, Data Types and their storage, Operands, Arithmetic Operators, Relational Operators, Logical Operators, Bitwise Operators, Increment & Decrement Operators, Expressions, Conditional Expressions, Assignment Operators and Expressions, Type Conversions, Precedence and Order of Evaluation, External Variables and Scope of Variables. Basic Input Output, Formatted I/O.
Program Control FlowStatements and Blocks, Conditional Statements, IF, ELSE-IF, Switch Case statements, Control Loops, For, While and Do-While, Go to and Labels.
Arrays & FunctionsPointers and Addresses, Arrays, Multi-dimensional arrays, strings, pointer arrays, Functions, Function Prototyping, Scope of functions, Arguments, Call by value and call by references, static variables, recursion, C-Preprocessor and Macros, Command line arguments.
StructuresStructures, Array of Structures, pointer to structures, Typedef, Unions, Bit fields, passing structures as an argument to functions
Input and OutputStandard and Formatted Input and Output, File Access & its types, Line Input and Output, Types of Files, Binary & ASCII Files, Error handling, stderr and Exit functions

Syllabus for fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering:

Bending and Torsion– Stress in beams due to bending, proof of formulae M/I = f/y = E/R and its application to beams of rectangular and circular section. – Application of torsion equation to hollow and solid circular shaft
Bending moment (B.M.) and Shear force (S.F.)– Diagrams for cantilevers, simply supported beams with or without overhang and calculation of maximum B.M. and S.F. and the point of contra flexure under the following loads. – Concentrated loads, Uniformly distributed loads over the whole span or part of span, combination of concentrated loads (two or three) and uniformly distributed loads.
Simple Stress and Strains– Concept of stress and strain. – Stress and strains in bars subjected to tension and compression, stress-strain diagrams, mechanical properties, factor of safety, Extension of Uniform bar under its own weight, stress produced in compound bars (two or three) due to axial loads.
Flow Measurement– Pilot tube, Venturimeter, Orificemeter, Notches (Rectangular & Triangular) and weirs, Rotameter.
Fluid Dynamics– Equation of continuity, Euler’s Equation, Bernoulli’s equation, simple applications to one-dimensional flow problems.
Kinematics Of Fluid Flow– Types of flow, acceleration in fluid flow, streamlines, stream tubes, irrotational flow, stream function, velocity potential, flow nets.
Power Cycles– Carnot and Rankine steam power cycles. – Effect of mean temperature of heat addition on Ranking cycle efficiency. – Otto, Diesel, and Dual combustion cycles for reciprocating I.C. engines.
Steam and Its Formation– P-V, P-T, T-S, H-S diagrams of water. – Dryness fraction and its measurement by calorimeter. – Uses of steam tables and Mollier chart (H-S chart).
Laws of Thermodynamics– First law of thermodynamics, Steady flow energy equation and its applications (nozzle, throttling device, turbine, compressor, heat exchanger). – Limitations of the first law, statements of the second law by Max-Planck and Clausius, equivalence between the two statements. – Reversible and irreversible processes, Carnot’s theorem. – Energy analysis of a heat engine, refrigerator, and heat pump.

Syllabus for fundamentals of Civil Engineering:

Estimation and Costing– Estimation and Types of estimation – Analysis of Rates – Irrigation Work Estimation – Road Work Estimation and Valuation
Soil Mechanics– Physical Properties of soil and Soil classification – Water flow through soil and Soil Deformation – Strength Characteristics of soil and soil Compaction – Bearing Capacity and Site Exploration
Transportation Engineering– Road Geometrics – Highway Surveying – Road Material and Pavement – Road Drainage and Maintenance
Irrigation Engineering– Rainfall and Run off – Crops water requirement – Irrigation and types of irrigation – Canal Works – Water logging and Drainage – Dams
Surveying– Chain & Compass Surveying – Leveling using Dumping and IOP Level
Steel Structure– Structural Steel Section and Connections – Tension, Compression, and Beam Members
Reinforced Concrete Structures– Reinforcement – Theory of RCC Beams – Bonds in RCC Beams – Singly & Doubly RCC Beams – RCC Slabs – Reinforced Brick Works and Columns
Concrete and Structures– Concrete and Properties of Concrete – Formwork, ordinary and special concrete – Concrete Operation – Stress & strain, Bending Moment & Shear Force – Slope and Deflection – Columns and trusses
Hydraulics– Fluids and Properties of fluids – Hydrostatic Pressure – fluid flow and measurement through pipe and open channel
Construction Material and Building Construction– Rock, Bricks & Tiles – Cement, Lime Timber and paints – Excavation of foundation – Brick Masonry – Stone Masonry – Wall, Mortar & Concrete – Damp-proofing – Doors-windows – Roof, Floors, Stairs, and Building planning

Syllabus for fundamentals of Chemical Engineering:

Introduction to Engineering Calculations– Units and dimensions – Conversion of units – Systems of units – Dimensional homogeneity and dimensionless quantities – Conversions involving process variables like pressure, temperature, density/specific gravity, mass, volume, flow rate, and chemical composition – Chemical equations and stoichiometry
Systematic analysis of chemical processes– Unit operations and unit processes – Material and energy balances – Thermodynamics – Chemical reaction engineering – Introduction to material balances without chemical reactions – Limiting and excess reactants – Recycle, Bypass, and Purge calculations
Gas laws and humidity calculations– P-V-T relations for gas and gas mixtures – Calculations using the ideal gas law – Use of compressibility charts and equations of state (Van der Waals’) to predict real gas properties from experimental data – Vapour pressure calculations – Clausius Clapeyron equation – Saturation vapour pressure – Vapour-liquid equilibrium calculations using Raoult’s law and Henry’s law – Relative humidity, partial saturation, and humidity

Syllabus for Physics:

Mechanics– Linear kinematics and its equations of motion, projectile motion, circular motion – Newton’s laws of motion, principle of conservation of momentum applications to linear and planar motion, concept of friction and its laws, motion on smooth and rough inclined planes, simple and complex Atwood’s machines – Concept of work, energy, and power, work-energy principle, principle of conservation of energy – Rotational motion, equations of rotational kinematics, moment of inertia and radius of gyration of a rotating body; torque and angular momentum; work, power, and energy in rotational motion, conservation of angular momentum – Simple harmonic motion and its characteristics, energetics of simple harmonic motion, idea of damped and forced oscillations, resonance and its applications – Wave motion and its characteristics, theory of sound propagation, velocity of sound and factors influencing the velocity of sound, Doppler effect in sound, superposition of sound in space (stationary waves) and time (beats), vibrations of air columns and stretched strings.
Optics– Geometrical optics, reflection and refraction of light, reflections by spherical mirrors, refraction through lenses, spherical and chromatic aberrations, dispersion and deviation of light through prism, optical microscopes and telescopes – Wave nature of light; interference, Young’s double-slit experiment, Lloyd’s mirror and Fresnel’s biprism techniques for producing interference pattern, interference through thin film, coloring of thin films; diffraction of light through a single slit, Rayleigh’s criteria of resolution, resolving power of optical instruments; concept of polarization, methods of producing polarized light, analysis of polarized light, Doppler effect in light – Laser, its principle, characteristics, and applications
Heat– Thermometry, idea of specific heat and heat capacity, latent heats of fusion and vaporization, variation of specific heats of solids, liquids, and gases with temperature, concept of degree of freedom, law of equipartition of energy – Modes of heat transfer (conduction, convection, and radiation); linear, surface, and volume expansion of matter on heating
Electrodynamics– Electric field and electric potential, electric dipole and its field, Gauss’ law and its applications; concept of capacitance, energy stored in a capacitor, effect of introducing dielectric and conducting slabs between plates of a capacitor, dielectric constant of material – Current electricity, Kirchoff’s laws and applications, thermal and chemical effects of current, slide wire bridge, potentiometer, ammeter, and voltmeter – Magnetic effects of current, Biot-Savert law and its applications, Lorentz force, moving coil galvanometers; laws of electromagnetic induction, eddy currents and its applications, self and mutual inductance
Modern Physics– Blackbody radiation distribution, photoelectric effect, idea of x-ray production, wave-matter duality, and de-Broglie waves, position-momentum uncertainty principle – Crystalline and amorphous solids, basic idea of crystal structures (simple cubic, body-centered cubic, face-centered cubic) and their characteristics, close-packing morphologies, Schottky and Frenkel defects in crystals – Rutherford scattering experiment, Bohr’s model and hydrogen spectrum. Nucleus and its properties (mass, size, binding energy, magnetic and quadruple moments), nuclear forces and its properties, phenomenon of radioactivity and its laws, modes of radioactive decays (α, β, and γ), nuclear fission, and fusion.

Syllabus for Chemistry:

Atomic structure and periodic table– Constituents of the Atom, Bohr’s Model of the Atom, Quantum Number and Electronic Energy Levels, Aufbau’s Principle, Pauli’s Exclusion Principle, Hund’s Rule, n + l Rule, Electronic Configuration of Elements (s, p, d Block Elements), Development of Periodic Table- Modern Periodic Law, Long form of Periodic Table, Study of Periodicity in Physical and Chemical Properties with special reference to – Atomic and Ionic Radii, Ionisation Potential, Electron Affinity, Electronegativity, Variation of Effective Nuclear Charge in a Period, Metallic Character
Fuels– Definition, Classification, Calorific Value (HCV and LCV) and Numerical Problems on Calorific Value, Combustion of Fuels, Numerical Problems on Combustion, Solid Fuels – Coal and Coke, Liquid Fuels- Petroleum and its Distillation, Cracking, Octane and Cetane Values of Liquid Fuels, Synthetic Petrol, Power Alcohol, Bio-Gas, Nuclear Fuels – Introduction to Fission and Fusion Reactions
Water– Demonstration of water resources on Earth using pie chart., Classification of water – soft water and hard water, action of soap on hard water, types of hardness, causes of hardness, units of hardness – mg per liter (mgL-1) and part per million (ppm) and simple numericals, Disadvantages caused by the use of hard water in domestic and boiler feed water. Removal of hardness – Permutit process and Ion-exchange process. Chemical analysis of water for estimation of Total dissolved solids (TDS), Alkalinity of water. Drinking water and characteristics of drinking water. Natural water sterilization by chlorine and UV radiation and reverse osmosis (elementary idea)
Environmental Chemistry– Classification of pollutants, the greenhouse effect, toxic heavy metals, organic compounds as environmental pollutants, ozone layer depletion
Corrosion– Types of corrosion, dry and wet corrosion and their mechanisms, types of electrochemical corrosion (galvanic, pitting, waterline, differential aeration, soil, microbiological, intergranular, stress corrosion), factors influencing corrosion, prevention of corrosion

Syllabus for Mathematics:

Algebra– Quadratic Equations, equations reducible to quadratic form, relation between roots and coefficients – Arithmetic Progression, Geometric Progression, Harmonic Progression, Series of Natural Numbers
Matrices– Concept of linear independence and dependence, Rank of a matrix: Row – Echelon form, System of linear equations: Condition for consistency of system of linear equations, Inverse of a matrix
Trigonometry– Trigonometric ratios and their relations, ratios of some standard angles, solution of trigonometric equations, sum and difference formulae, product formulae, multiple and sub-multiple angles
Coordinate Geometry– Cartesian coordinates, equations of straight line in various forms, intersection of two straight lines, angle between two lines, distance formula. Equation of circle in various forms, tangent and normal to circle
Differential Calculus of Functions (1 var)– Successive Differentiation, Leibnitz Theorem, Expansions of functions: Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s Series, Formulae for remainder term in Taylor and Maclaurin series, Angle of contingence, Curvature, Radius of curvature, Centre of curvature for curves in Cartesian form. Curvature at the origin: Newton’s formulas.
Differential Calculus of Functions (2 var)– Concept of limit and continuity of a function of two variables, Partial derivatives, total differential, differentiation of an implicit function, chain rule, change of variables, Jacobian, Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s series. Maxima and minima of a function of two variables: Lagrange’s method of multipliers.
Ordinary Differential Equations– Review of geometrical meaning of the differential equation directional fields, Exact differential equations, Integrating factors
Integral Calculus– Reduction formula for òsinn x dx, òcosnx dx, ò sinm x cosm x dx, Areas of curves, Length of curves, Volume and surface areas of revolution, Double integrals, Change of order of integration, Areas enclosed by plane curves.
Vector Differential Calculus– Vectors and scalar functions and fields, derivatives. Curves, tangents, arc lengths, Curvature and torsion of a curve, Gradient of a Scalar field, Directional Derivative, Divergence of a vector field, Curl of a vector field.
Vector Integral Calculus– Line integrals, Line integrals independent of path, Green’s theorem in the plane, Surface Integrals, Triple integrals, Gauss Divergence Theorem, Stoke’s Theorem.

Syllabus for General Aptitude & Communication Skills:

General Aptitude– Coding-Decoding – Directions – Reasoning
Writing Skills– Basics of Grammar: Word Order, Sentence Construction, Placing of Subject and Verbs – Parts of Speech: Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Verbs, Adverbs, Use of Tenses, Articles, Active-Passive, Verbal Analogies

PULEET 2024 Best Books

Explore the top recommended books to ace the PULEET exam and boost your preparation effectively.

SubjectBook TitlesAuthors
Mechanical Engineering“Engineering Mechanics”S. Timoshenko and D.H. Young
“Fluid Mechanics”Frank M. White
“Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach”Yunus A. Çengel and Michael A. Boles
“Introduction to Heat Transfer”Theodore L. Bergman, et al.
Civil Engineering“Estimating and Costing in Civil Engineering”B.N. Dutta
“Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering”Dr. K.R. Arora
“Highway Engineering”S.K. Khanna and C.E.G. Justo
“Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures”Santosh Kumar Garg
Chemical Engineering“Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics”J.M. Smith, H.C. Van Ness, et al.
“Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering”Warren L. McCabe, et al.
“Chemical Reaction Engineering”Octave Levenspiel
“Principles of Mass Transfer and Separation Processes”Binay K. Dutta
Physics“Concepts of Physics”H.C. Verma
“Fundamentals of Physics”Halliday, Resnick, and Walker
“Problems in General Physics”I.E. Irodov
“Physics for Scientists and Engineers”Serway and Jewett
Mathematics“Higher Engineering Mathematics”B.S. Grewal
“Advanced Engineering Mathematics”Erwin Kreyszig
“Engineering Mathematics”K.A. Stroud
“Higher Engineering Mathematics”John Bird
General Aptitude & Communication Skills“A Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning”R.S. Aggarwal
“Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations”R.S. Aggarwal
“High School English Grammar & Composition”Wren & Martin

PULEET 2024 Preparation Tips

Preparing for PULEET requires a systematic approach and dedicated effort. Here are some preparation tips to help you excel in the exam:

  • Understand the Syllabus: Familiarize yourself with the PULEET syllabus for each subject. This will help you identify the topics you need to focus on and plan your study schedule accordingly.
  • Create a Study Plan: Develop a comprehensive study plan that allocates sufficient time for each subject based on its weightage in the exam. Make sure to include regular revisions and practice sessions in your schedule.
  • Refer to Standard Textbooks: Use recommended textbooks and study materials for each subject to build a strong conceptual foundation. Make notes and highlight important points for quick revision.
  • Practice Previous Year Papers: Solve previous year’s question papers to understand the exam pattern, types of questions asked, and time management. It will also help you identify your strengths and weaknesses.
  • Take Mock Tests: Regularly take mock tests to assess your preparation level and improve your speed and accuracy. Analyze your performance after each test to identify areas that need improvement.
  • Focus on Weak Areas: Identify your weak areas and allocate extra time to strengthen them. Don’t ignore any topic, even if you find it challenging. Seek help from teachers or classmates if needed.
  • Revision is Key: Regularly revise the concepts and formulas to ensure better retention. Create summary sheets or flashcards for quick revision before the exam.
  • Stay Updated: Keep yourself updated with the latest developments and trends in your field of study. Subscribe to relevant magazines, journals, or online forums to stay informed.

PULEET 2024 Admit Card

The PULEET 2024 admit card will be issued a few days before the exam date. Candidates who have applied for PULEET 2024 can access their admit cards online from the official website puleet.puchd.ac.in. To download the admit card, candidates will require their login details. A direct link to download the admit card will also be provided on this page once it becomes available. The PULEET admit card 2024 is a crucial document necessary for appearing in the exam. Without the admit card, candidates will not be allowed entry into the exam hall.

How to download the PULEET 2024 Hall Ticket

To download the PULEET 2024 admit card, candidates can follow these steps:

  1. Visit the Official Website: Go to the official website of Panjab University, Chandigarh, or specifically the PULEET portal at puleet.puchd.ac.in.
  2. Navigate to the Admit Card Section: Look for the “Admit Card” or “PULEET Admit Card” section on the homepage. This section might be under the “Examination” or “Admissions” tab.
  3. Click on the Admit Card Link: Once you find the link to download the PULEET admit card, click on it to proceed.
  4. Login with Your Details: You will be directed to a login page where you need to enter your login details. These details would have been provided to you during the application process.
  5. Download the Admit Card: After logging in, your PULEET 2024 admit card should be displayed on the screen. Review the details carefully to ensure accuracy, then proceed to download it.
  6. Print the Admit Card: Once downloaded, take a printout of the admit card. Make sure to print it on A4 size paper in a clear and legible format.
  7. Verify the Details: Check all the details on the admit card, including your name, roll number, exam date, time, and venue. Notify the authorities immediately if you spot any discrepancies.
  8. Carry the Admit Card to the Exam: On the day of the exam, remember to carry the printed admit card with you. Admittance to the exam hall will not be permitted without the admit card.
  9. Follow Exam Instructions: Adhere to all the instructions mentioned on the admit card and follow the exam guidelines provided by the authorities.
  10. Keep the Admit Card Safe: After the exam, keep your admit card safely for future reference until the admission process is completed.

PULEET 2024 Answer Key

After the PULEET 2024 exam is conducted, the official answer key will be made available online on the official website of Panjab University, Chandigarh. Candidates will be able to download the answer key from the website, and a link for this purpose will be updated on this page for easy access.

The PULEET official answer key 2024 will contain the correct answers to all the questions asked in the exam. This will enable candidates to calculate their scores by comparing their responses with the correct ones provided in the answer key. With the help of the answer key, candidates can determine the number of correct and incorrect responses, and consequently, estimate their rank in the examination.

How to download PULEET Answer Key 2024?

To download the PULEET (Panjab University Lateral Entry Entrance Test) Answer Key, candidates can follow these steps:

  1. Visit the Official Website: Go to the official website of Panjab University, Chandigarh, or the designated portal for PULEET.
  2. Navigate to the Answer Key Section: Look for the “Answer Key” or “PULEET Answer Key” section on the homepage. This section might be located under the “Examination” or “Notifications” tab.
  3. Click on the Answer Key Link: Once you find the link to the PULEET Answer Key, click on it to proceed.
  4. Select the Correct Exam Year (2024): Ensure that you select the answer key for the correct year, i.e., PULEET 2024.
  5. Download the Answer Key: After selecting the correct year, the answer key for PULEET 2024 should be displayed on the screen. You can download it by clicking on the download option provided.
  6. Verify the Answer Key: Once downloaded, carefully review the answer key. It will contain the correct answers to all the questions asked in the PULEET 2024 exam.
  7. Calculate Your Score: Use the answer key to compare your responses with the correct answers provided. Calculate your score by marking correct and incorrect responses and tallying the total.
  8. Raise Objections (if applicable): If you find any discrepancies or have objections regarding the answers provided in the answer key, follow the instructions provided on the website to raise your objections. This may involve submitting your objections via email.
  9. Follow-Up: Keep track of any updates or notifications regarding the resolution of objections or any subsequent steps after downloading the answer key.

PULEET 2024 Result

After the PULEET 2024 exam, Panjab University will announce the results shortly thereafter. Candidates can view their results by logging in with their assigned ID and password. We will provide a direct link to access the PULEET 2024 result on this page once it is available.

In case a candidate is dissatisfied with their result, they have the option to verify it. The concerned authority will furnish a copy of the PULEET answer sheet upon payment of Rs 10,000/- within ten days of the result declaration. Furthermore, the office is obligated to complete the entire procedure within three working days.

How to Check the PULEET 2024 Result

To check the PULEET (Panjab University Lateral Entry Entrance Test) result, follow these steps:

  1. Visit the Official Website: Go to the official website of Panjab University or the designated portal for PULEET.
  2. Navigate to the Result Section: Look for the “Result” or “PULEET Result” section on the website’s homepage. It might be located under the “Examination” or “Admissions” tab.
  3. Click on the Result Link: Once you find the PULEET result link, click on it to proceed.
  4. Login: You will be directed to a login page where you need to enter your login ID and password. This login ID and password would have been provided to you during the registration process or specifically for accessing the result.
  5. Access Your Result: After successfully logging in, you should be able to view your PULEET result on the screen.
  6. Download or Print: Review your result carefully. You can download the result for future reference or take a printout if needed.
  7. Verification (Optional): If you are not satisfied with your result, you have the option to verify it. Follow the guidelines provided by the university for result verification, which may involve submitting a request and payment for obtaining a copy of your answer sheet.
  8. Follow-Up: Keep track of any updates or notifications regarding the verification process or any subsequent steps after the result declaration.

PULEET 2024 Counselling

Counselling for PULEET 2024 is open to candidates who successfully pass the exam and are listed on the rank/merit list. To take part in counselling, candidates must submit the admission form and attend according to the scheduled time. Additionally, candidates must bring all required documents on the counselling day.

Documents Required at Counselling

During the counselling process for PULEET, candidates are required to present a set of documents for verification. These documents serve as proof of their eligibility and academic qualifications. Here’s a detailed list of the documents typically required at the counselling session:

  • PULEET 2024 Admit Card: This is the hall ticket issued to candidates for appearing in the PULEET examination. It contains essential details such as the candidate’s name, roll number, exam date, and exam center.
  • PULEET 2024 Scorecard: The scorecard displays the candidate’s performance in the PULEET examination, including their marks obtained and rank secured.
  • Class 10 Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate: These documents validate the candidate’s date of birth and serve as proof of passing the 10th standard examination.
  • Class 12 Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate: Similar to the Class 10 documents, these certificates verify the candidate’s completion of the 12th standard or equivalent examination.
  • Diploma Mark Sheets and Passing Certificate: Candidates must provide their diploma mark sheets and passing certificate as proof of their completion of a diploma in engineering.
  • Category Certificate (if applicable): Candidates belonging to reserved categories such as SC/ST/OBC must present their category certificates for verification.
  • Domicile Certificate: This document proves that the candidate is a resident of the state or union territory where the university is located.
  • Character Certificate: A character certificate from the candidate’s previous educational institution is often required to attest to their conduct and behavior.
  • Transfer Certificate: This certificate is issued by the candidate’s previous educational institution and confirms their withdrawal from the institution.
  • Migration Certificate: Candidates who have completed their education from a board or university other than the one where they are seeking admission may need to provide a migration certificate.
  • Passport-size Photographs: Recent passport-size photographs of the candidate are needed for identification purposes and for affixing on various forms.
  • Any other relevant certificates or documents: The university may request additional documents depending on specific requirements or circumstances.

PULEET 2024 Participating Colleges

PULEET facilitates admission to various esteemed engineering institutions in Chandigarh, offering a seamless transition for diploma holders to pursue their Bachelor of Engineering (BE) degree.

NameChandigarh College of Engineering and Technology
Courses Offered4 Courses
Exams AcceptedPULEET
Total Tuition Fees₹1.93 L
Median Salary₹5.5 LPA

PULEET 2024 Contact Information

Get in touch with the PULEET admission coordinator at Panjab University, Chandigarh, for any inquiries or assistance regarding the entrance test.

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CoordinatorPULEET Admission
PositionAssistant Registrar, CET Cell
InstitutionPanjab University
AddressSector 14, Chandigarh – 160 014


The Panjab University Lateral Engineering Entrance Test (PULEET) serves as a gateway for aspiring engineers to secure admission into the second year of the Bachelor of Engineering (BE) program at Panjab University, Chandigarh. With its rigorous examination process and comprehensive syllabus covering various engineering fundamentals, PULEET ensures that candidates possess the necessary knowledge and skills to excel in their academic pursuits. 

The exam’s popularity and significance are evidenced by the increasing number of applicants each year, reflecting the aspirants’ keen interest in pursuing engineering studies at a prestigious institution like Panjab University. As PULEET continues to uphold its standards of excellence and fairness in the admission process, it remains a crucial milestone for engineering aspirants seeking to embark on a fulfilling educational journey and build a successful career in the field of engineering.

If you have any other questions about PULEET 2024, you can write your queries in the comments box below.


What is PULEET?

PULEET stands for Panjab University Lateral Engineering Entrance Test. It is conducted for admission to the second year of the Bachelor of Engineering (BE) program at Panjab University, Chandigarh.

Who conducts PULEET?

PULEET is conducted by the admission authority of Panjab University, Chandigarh.

What is the mode of application for PULEET?

The mode of application for PULEET is online.

What is the duration of the PULEET exam?

The PULEET exam duration is 1 hour 40 minutes.

What is the marking scheme for PULEET?

Each correct answer in PULEET carries 1 mark, and there is a negative marking of ¼ marks for wrong answers.

How many questions are there in the PULEET exam?

The PULEET exam consists of 100 multiple-choice questions.

How many times is PULEET conducted in a year?

PULEET is conducted once a year.

What is the application fee for PULEET?

The application fee for PULEET varies for different categories.

How is the PULEET exam conducted?

The PULEET exam is conducted in offline mode.

What are the subjects covered in the PULEET exam?

The subjects covered in the PULEET exam include General Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and General Aptitude & Communication Skills.

When is the PULEET application form released?

The PULEET application form is usually released in April.

What is the frequency of the PULEET exam?

The PULEET exam is conducted once a year.

What is the contact information for PULEET queries?

For any queries related to PULEET, candidates can contact the Assistant Registrar, CET Cell, Panjab University, Chandigarh, via email at puleet@pu.ac.in.