amu admission

Amu Admission – Aligarh muslim university

amu admission

1. Name of Course – B.Sc. Hons. Science

Qualification –

Senior Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination with at least 55% marks in aggregate of English and three subjects from amongst Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Home Science.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following components:

  • Section I English: 25 Marks

  • Section Il Chemistry: 25 Marks

  • Section Ill Physics: 25 Marks

  • Section IV Maths: 25 Marks

  • Section V Biology: 25 Marks

Section VI Home Science: 25 Marks

Note: Section I, II and III are compulsory. Candidates will have the choice to attempt any one Section from IV, V and VI

Age Limit –

24 Years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

30 Females

2. Name of Course – B.Sc. Agriculture (Under Self Financing Scheme)

Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate in Agriculture or in Science (With Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology) or an equivalent examination with 45% marks in aggregate.

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following components:

  • Physics : 25 Marks

  • Chemistry : 25 Marks

  • English : 20 Marks

  • Mathematics : 10 Marks

  • Biology : 10 Marks

  • Agriculture : 10 Marks

Age Limit –

24 Years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 40

3. Name of Course – M.Sc. (Agriculture) Microbiology

Qualification –B. Sc. (Agriculture) / (Biosciences) / (Microbiology) / Industrial Microbiology) / (Biochemistry) / (Biotechnology) / (Bioinformatics) / (Molecular Biology) with not less than 55% marks in aggregate.

Or

B.Sc. (Life Sciences) with one of the subjects Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Microbiology, Biotechnology as main and two as subsidiary subjects or any three subjects of equal value with not less than 55% marks in aggregate as well as the main subject.

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one multiple choice objective type paper of 100 marks comprising a total of 100 questions with

  • 30 questions on General Knowledge and General Awareness in Agricultural Sciences and related branches of Sciences / Life Sciences

  • 70 questions on Botany, Zoology, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Biochemistry and Chemistry.

Age Limit –

27 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats – 10+2

4. Name of Course – M.Sc. (Agriculture) Entomology

Qualification – B.Sc. (Agriculture) / (Horticulture) / (Forestry) with not less than 55% marks in aggregate

OR

B.Sc. (Life Sciences / Biosciences) with Zoology as main subject or B.Sc. Zoology with not less than 55% marks in aggregate.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising a total of 100 questions with

  • 30 questions on General knowledge and general awareness in Agriculture
  • 70 questions on related branches of Life Sciences / Biosciences and Agricultural Sciences.

Age Limit – 27 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 8+2

5. Name of Course – M.Sc. (Agriculture) Plant Pathology

Qualification –

B.Sc. (Agriculture) / (Horticulture) / (Forestry) with not less than 55% marks in aggregate

OR

B.Sc. (Life Sciences / Biosciences) with Botany as main subject or B.Sc. Zoology with not less than 55% marks in aggregate.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising a total of 100 questions with

  • 30 questions on General knowledge and general awareness in Agriculture

  • 70 questions on related branches of Life Sciences / Biosciences and Agricultural Sciences.

Age Limit –

27 years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats – 8+2

6. Name of Course – M.Sc. (Agriculture) Nematology

Qualification – B.Sc. (Agriculture) /  (Horticulture) /  (Forestry) with not less than 55% marks in aggregate

OR

B.Sc. Zoology / Botany / Chemistry as main / major subjects and the other two as subsidiary subjects or B.Sc. Life Science / Biosciences / Biotechnology / B.Sc. Biochemistry with not less than 55% marks in aggregate as well as in the main subject

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising a total of 100 questions with

  • 30 questions on General knowledge, general awareness in Agricultural Sciences and related branches of Science / Life Science,

  • 70 questions on Agriculture, Botany, Zoology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry.

Age Limit –

27 years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 4+1

7. Name of Course – M.B.A. Agribusiness

Qualification –

Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with at least 55% marks in aggregate

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising a total of 100 questions with 25 questions each on

  • General Environmental Awareness,

  • Quantitative and Numerical Aptitude,

  • English Comprehension & Written Communication Skills, &

  • Data Interpretation and Logical reasoning

Age Limit –

27 years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats – 20+4

8. Name of Course – M. Tech. in Agricultural Process and Food Engineering

Qualification – B. Tech. or its equivalent degree in Agricultural / Chemical / Food / Mechanical / Dairy Engineering / Bio Chemical Engineering / Biotechnology with 60% marks in aggregate and have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Test Paper Pattern –There shall be one objective type paper comprising a total of 100 questions. The Test paper shall contain

  • 30 questions on General Awareness and

  • 70 questions relevant to the subject.

Age Limit –

27 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats – 10+2

9. Name of Course – M.Sc. (Home Science

Qualification – B. Sc. (Hons.) Home Science with 60% marks in aggregate.

Test Paper Pattern –

The Test Paper shall have 80 Questions as per following breakup :

  1. 70 Objective Type Questions : 70% weightage

  2. 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 30% weightage

Age Limit –

27 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 15

Faculty of Arts

1. Name of Course – B.A. (Hons.) Arabic/Communicative English/ English/Hindi/Geography/Linguistic/ Persian/ Philosophy/ Quranic Studies/ Sanskrit/ Urdu.

Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate of English and three Subjects from amongst Accountancy, Arabic, Banking, Biology, Biotechnology, Business Organization, Business Studies, Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Science, Economics, Education, English, Fine Arts, Geography, Hindi, History, Home Science, Islamic Studies, Mathematics, Persian, Philosophy, Physical Health Education, Physics, Political Science/Civics, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology, Statistics, Urdu and Modern Indian Languages (Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi and Kashmiri).

OR

Degree/Sanad from recognized Madarsa/Institution with at least 50% marks. OR

Bridge Course-Senior Secondary School Certificate from AMU with 50% marks in aggregate

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following components:

  • English : 25 Marks

  • Indo-Islamic Culture and Aligarh Movement : 25 Marks

  • General Awareness and Current Affairs : 40 Marks

  • Reasoning and Intelligence : 10 Marks

Age Limit –

24 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • Arabic-30

  • Communicative English-35

  • English-75

  • Hindi-65

  • Geography-70

  • Linguistic-45

  • Persian-40

  • Philosophy-30

  • Quranic Studies-20

  • Sanskrit-25

  • Urdu-90

2. Name of Course – B.F.A. (Bachelor of Fine Arts)

Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate or its equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

Test Paper Pattern –There shall be two papers:

  • Paper I : Objective type Theory Paper : 100 marks

  • Paper II : Practical (Still Life in Pencil (3 D)) : 200 marks

Age Limit –

24 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 30

3. Name of Course – M.A. (Hons.) Arabic/ English/ Hindi/ Geography/ Linguistic/ Persian/ Philosophy/ Sanskrit/ Urdu/ Malayalam/ Bengali /English Language Teaching/Language Advertising Media & Market.

Qualification – Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate with Hindi and English as Main or Subsidiary subject. OR Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate with Hindi as a subject and Functional Hindi/ Functional English as Main or Subsidary subject. OR P.G. Diploma in Translation (Hindi) along with Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent examination Test Paper Pattern –There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup: 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice) : 140 marks. 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks Age Limit –27 years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats – 10

4. Name of Course – M.A. (Hindi Translation)

Qualification – Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate with Hindi and English as Main or Subsidiary subject. OR Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate with Hindi as a subject and Functional Hindi/ Functional English as Main or Subsidary subject.

OR

P.G. Diploma in Translation (Hindi) along with Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent examination Test Paper Pattern –There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice) : 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –

27 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 10

5. Name of Course – M.F.A. (Master of Fine Arts)

Qualification – Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate with Hindi and English as Main or Subsidiary subject.

OR

Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate with Hindi as a subject and Functional Hindi/ Functional English as Main or Subsidary subject. OR

P.G. Diploma in Translation (Hindi) along with Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent examination Test Paper Pattern –There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup: 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice) : 140 marks. 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks Age Limit –27 years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats – 10

Faculty of Commerce - 1. Name of Course – B. Com. (Hons.)

Qualification –

Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (Commerce) or an equivalent examination with not less than 55% marks in aggregate of English and Accounts and two subjects from amongst Economics, Business Studies, Business Organization, Commerce, Banking, Entrepreneurship, Mathematics and/or Statistics.

OR

Diploma in Secretarial Practice examination of this University with not less than 55% marks (in theory subjects only) in aggregate. Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following components:

  1. a) English : 25 Marks

  2. b) Accountancy : 20 Marks

  3. c) Business Studies : 15 Marks

  4. d) Economics : 10 Marks

  5. e) Elementary Mathematics & Statistics : 10 Marks

  6. f) Reasoning & Numerical Ability : 10 Marks

  7. g) General Awareness : 10 Mar

Age Limit –

24 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 100

2. Name of Course – M. Com.

Qualification –

B. Com. (Hons.) with not less than 55% marks in aggregate

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one objective type paper comprising 100 questions

Age Limit –

27 years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats – 60

3. Name of Course – M.B.A. (Financial Management)/ Master of Tourism & Travel Management (MTTM)

Qualification –

Bachelor’s Degree with at least 50% marks in aggregate Test Paper Pattern –There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising 100 questions on

  • Environmental Awareness: 25 Marks

  • Data Interpretation & Numerical Ability: 25 Marks

  • Comprehension & Verbal Ability: 25 Marks

  • Reasoning & Intelligence: 25 Marks

Age Limit –

27 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • B.A. (Financial Management) -25

Master of Tourism & Travel Management (MTTM) -20

4. Name of Course – Master of Insurance & Risk Management (MIRM) / Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) (Under Self Financing Scheme)

Qualification –

Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce / Arts / Science / Social Science with at least 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA. Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising 100 questions on

  • Language Comprehension: 20 Marks

  • Basic Mathematical Skills: 20 Marks

  • Data Analysis and Sufficiency: 20 Marks

  • Intelligence and Critical Reasoning: 20 Marks

  • Indian and Global Environment: 20 Marks

Age Limit –

27 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • MIRM-30

MHRM-30

Faculty of Engineering and Technology - 1. Name of Course – Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.)

Qualification –

Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate of English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

OR

Diploma in Engineering of this University with at least 50% marks in aggregate

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one objective type paper of 150 marks comprising 150 questions on Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics

Age Limit –

24 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 700 & Late Fee – Rs.1000

Intakes/Seats –

  • Chemical Engineering – 30

  • Civil Engineering – 60

  • Computer Engineering – 50

  • Electrical Engineering – 60

  • Electronics Engineering – 50

  • Mechanical Engineering – 90

Petrochemical Engineering – 25

2. Name of Course – Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch.)

Qualification –

Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate of English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

OR

Diploma in Engineering of this University with at least 50% marks in aggregate

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be two papers of equal weightage

  • Paper-I: There shall be one objective type paper of 150 marks comprising 150 questions on Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics

  • Paper-II (Architecture Aptitude Test): It shall contain some descriptive questions and Test of Drawing.

Age Limit –

24 years Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 700 & Late Fee – Rs.1000

Intakes/Seats – 20

3. Name of Course – Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.)

Qualification –

Diploma in Engg. in the relevant branch (see below) of study or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent with 50% marks.

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one Objective Type Paper of 100 marks comprising 100 Questions with

  • 25 Questions on Physical Sciences and

  • 75 Questions on relevant Engg. Sciences with some questions having emphasis on practical aspects.

Age Limit –

24 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • Civil Engineering – 50

  • Electrical Engineering – 50

Mechanical Engineering – 50

4. Name of Course – Master of Technology (M. Tech.) – Chemical Engineering/ Civil Engineering/Computer Engineering/ Electrical Engineering/ Electronics Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering/ Petroleum Processing and Petrochemical Engineering/ Nanotechnology/ Materials Science & Technology

Qualification –

B. Tech. or its equivalent examination in the relevant branch of study with not less than 60% marks in aggregate or its equivalent CPI/CGPA/NAG

Test Paper Pattern –

Based on candidates performance in GATE (applicable only for GATE qualified candidates with 50% or above GATE Score, valid at the time of admission) Note: All other candidates shall be selected on remaining vacancies through Departmental Test, which shall be one objective type paper Age Limit –27 years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats –

  • Process Modeling and Simulation – 20

  • Hydraulic Structure – 16

  • Structural Engineering – 16

  • Environmental Engineering – 16

  • Geotechnical Engineering – 10

  • Computer Science & Engineering – 16

  • Instrumentation and Control – 17

  • Power System and Drives- 17

  • High Voltage and Insulation Engineering – 10

  • Solar and Renewable Energy Systems – 10

  • Communication and Information System – 16

  • Electronic Circuits and System Design – 16

  • Thermal Engineering – 20

  • Industrial and Production Engineering – 20

  • Machine Design – 20

  • Petroleum Processing and Petrochemical Engineering – 16

  • Nano-technology – 15

Materials Science & Technology – 12

5. Name of Course – Master of Technology (M. Tech.) - Computer Engineering

Qualification – B. Tech. or Equivalent in any branch of Engineering with 60% marks in aggregate or its equivalent CPI / CGPA / NAG.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper.

Age Limit – 27 Years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – Artificial Intelligence – 6

6. Name of Course – Master of Technology (M. Tech.) - Mechanical Engineering

Qualification – B.E. / B. Tech. in Mechanical Engg. / Electronics Engg. / Electrical Engg. / Computer Engineering / Production Engg. / Industrial Engg. / Automobile Engg / Robotics Engg. / Instrumentation & Control Engg / Aerospace Engg. / Aeronautical Engg. With 60% marks in aggregate or its equivalent CPI / CGPA / NAG.

Test Paper Pattern – Based on candidates performance in GATE (applicable only for GATE qualified candidates with 50% or above GATE Score, valid at the time of admission) Note: All other candidates shall be selected on remaining vacancies through Departmental Test, which shall be one objective type paper

Age Limit – 27 Years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – Robotics and Automation – 16

7. Name of Course – Master of Technology (M. Tech.) – Bio-Medical Engineering

Qualification – B. Tech. / B.E. or its equivalent examination in Biomedical / Biotechnology / Chemical / Computer / Electrical / Electronics / Electronics and Communication / Electrical and Electronics / Instrumentation / Mechanical / Telecommunications Engineering with not less than 60% marks in aggregate or its equivalent CPI / CGPA / NAG.

Test Paper Pattern – Based on candidates performance in GATE (applicable only for GATE qualified candidates with 50% or above GATE Score, valid at the time of admission)

Note: All other candidates shall be selected on remaining vacancies through Departmental Test, which shall be one objective type paper

Age Limit – 27 Years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – Bio-Medical Engineering – 6

8. Name of Course – M. Sc. (Polymer Science and Technology)

Qualification – B. Sc. in Chemistry/ Industrial Chemistry/ Applied Chemistry /Polymer Chemistry or B.Voc. (Polymer & Coating Technology)with not less than 55% marks in aggregate.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper comprising 100 questions

Age Limit – 27 Years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 20

9. Name of Course – Master of Architecture (M. Arch.)

Qualification – B.Arch. or its equivalent examination with not less than 50 % marks in aggregate or ite equivalent CPI/CGPA/NAG.

Test Paper Pattern – Based on candidates performance in GATE (applicable only for GATE qualified candidates with 50% or above GATE Score, valid at the time of admission)

Note: All other candidates shall be selected on remaining vacancies through Departmental Test, which shall be one objective type paper

Age Limit – 27 Years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 20

10. Name of Course – Diploma in Engineering

Qualification – Secondary School Certificate of this University or its equivalent examination with not less than 45% marks in aggregate of English, Science (including Life Sciences) and Mathematics taken together. Further, the candidate should have passed English, Maths and Science individually at the qualifying examination

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising 100 questions with the following breakup:

  • Science (PCB) : 50 Marks

  • Mathematics : 30 Marks

  • G K : 10 Marks

  • Indo-Islamic Culture : 10 Marks

Age Limit – 21 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 600 & Late Fee – Rs.900

Intakes/Seats –

  • Civil Engineering – 90 (Male)

  • Computer Engineering – 30 (Male) & 30 (Female)

  • Electrical Engineering – 30 (Male)

  • Electronics Engineering – 30(Male)  & 30(Female)

  • Information Technology – 15 (Female)

  • Electrical & Instrumentation Engineering – 30 (Male)

  • Mechanical Engineering – 125 (Male)

  • Architectural Assistantship – 14 (Male) & 6(Female)

  • Interior Design – 14 (Male) & 6(Female)

Leather Goods & Footwear Technology – 16+5 (Male) & 9 Female)

11. Name of Course – B.Voc. – Production Technology/ Polymer and Coating Technology/

Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following components:

  • Section I English: 25 Marks

  • Section Il Chemistry: 25 Marks

  • Section Ill Physics: 25 Marks

  • Section IV Mathematics: 25 Marks

  • Section V Biology: 25 Marks

Age Limit – 24 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 600 & Late Fee – Rs.900

Intakes/Seats –

  • Production Technology – 50

Polymer and Coating Technology – 50

12. Name of Course – B.Voc. – Fashion Design & Garment Technology/ D.Voc. – Computerized Shoe Design & Development

Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

Test Paper Pattern – Question Paper shall consist of two parts:

  1. Part A : There shall be Objective Type Paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • General English -20 marks

  • General Awareness

  • /Reasoning -40 marks

  • Mathematics -20 marks

  1. Part B : Aptitude Test shall consist of Test of Drawing and free hand sketches with the following breakup:

  • Geometrical: Exercise in geometrical drawing comprising of Lines, Angles, Triangles, quadrilaterals polygons, circles, letter printing -10 marks

  • Memory Drawings: Free hand sketching of dresses (shoes, sandals, chappals, apparels, Gowns, Dresses, Flower Pots, suitcase, attachies and sports goods etc.) – 10 marks

Age Limit – 24 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 600 & Late Fee – Rs.900

Intakes/Seats –

  • Voc. – 50

D.Voc. – 50

13. Name of Course – M.Voc. – Production Technology/ M.Voc. – Polymer and Coating Technology/ Fashion Design & Garment Technology

Qualification – B.Voc. in respective Branch or its equivalent with at least 55% marks in aggregate

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks

Age Limit – 27 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • Production Technology – 20

  • Polymer and Coating – 20

Fashion Design & Garment Technology – 20

Faculty of International Studies - 1. Name of Course – B.A. (Hons.) Foreign Languages

Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination

with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

OR

Bridge Course-Senior Secondary School Certificate from AMU with 50% marks in aggregate

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following components:

  • English Composition, Grammar, Comprehension etc. : 60 Marks

  • General Awareness and Current Affairs : 20 Marks
  • Indo-Islamic Culture and Aligarh Movement : 10 Marks

  • Reasoning and Intelligence : 10 Marks

Age Limit –24 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • Chinese – 20

  • French- 20

  • German – 20

  • Russian – 20

Spanish – 20

2. Name of Course – M.A. (International & West Asian Studies)

Qualification – Graduate from International Studies / Social Sciences / Geography, with at least 50% marks.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup :

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice): 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –27 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 10

3. Name of Course – M.A. (Chinese)/ M.A. (French)/ M.A. (German)/ M.A. (Russian)/ M.A. (Spanish

 

Qualification –

Minimum of 50% marks in B.A. in respective subject or its equivalent degree.

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one paper with the following breakup:

  • Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice): 40 marks.

  • Subjective Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –

27 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • Chinese-10

  • French-10

  • German -10

  • Russian-10

Spanish-10

Faculty of Law - 1. Name of Course – B.A.LL.B.

Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination with aggregate not less than 50% of the total marks.

OR

Bridge Course-Senior Secondary School Certificate from AMU with 50% marks in aggregate

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one paper of 100 marks consisting of 100 objective type questions on

  • Proficiency in English : 40 marks

  • Current Affairs/General Knowledge (with emphasis on legal issues) : 40 marks

  • Reasoning and Aptitude : 20 marks

Age Limit –22 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 700 & Late Fee – Rs.1000

Intakes/Seats –

  • AMU, Aligarh – 120

  • AMU Center, Malappuram – 60

AMU Center, Murshidabad – 60

2. Name of Course – LL.M.

Qualification – LL.B./B.A.LL.B. Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent with not less than 55% marks

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one paper of 100 marks consisting of 50% objective type questions and 50% subjective type questions of LL.B./BA.LL.B. standard.

Age Limit –27 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 35

Faculty of Life Sciences - 1. Name of Course – B.Sc. (Hons.)

Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination with at least 55% marks in aggregate of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics.

Note: For admission to B.Sc. (Hons.) with Botany/Zoology as Main Subject, the candidate should have passed Biology at the qualifying examination.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following components:

  • Section I English: 25 Marks

  • Section Il Chemistry: 25 Marks

  • Section Ill Physics: 25 Marks

  • Section IV Maths: 25 Marks

  • Section V Biology: 25 Marks

  • Section VI Home Science: 25 Marks

Note: Sections I, II and III are compulsory. Candidates will have the choice to attempt any one Section from IV and V.

Age Limit –24 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • Biochemistry – 30 (Male) & 30 (Female)

  • Botany- 60 (Male) & 40 (Female)

Zoology – 60 (Male) & 45 (Female)

2. Name of Course – M.Sc. (Biotechnology)

Qualification – Bachelors Degree under 10+2+3 pattern of education in Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences (those who have studied Chemistry as one of the subsidiary subjects may also be considered eligible), Agriculture, Veterinary Sciences, and/or a Bachelors degree in Engineering and Technology (B. Tech.) or Medicine (M.B.B.S.) or B. Pharma with 55% marks or candidates who have successfully completed M.Sc. I year in relevant discipline with 55% marks or who have obtained B.Sc. degree under pattern of education other than 10+2+3.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising 100 questions on Chemistry, Botany, Zoology & Elementary Mathematics.

Age Limit –27 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 14

3. Name of Course – M. Sc. (Biochemistry)

Qualification – B.Sc. (Hons.) in Biochemistry / Medical Biochemistry / Clinical Biochemistry with 55% marks in Biochemistry as well as in aggregate.

OR

B.Sc. Biotechnology / Biosciences / Life Science / Molecular Biology / Immunology / Microbiology with 60% marks in Biochemistry as well as in aggregate.

OR

B.Tech. (Biotechnology) with 60% marks in aggregate.

OR

B.Sc. with Biochemistry as one of the subjects in all three years with 60% marks in Biochemistry as well as in aggregate.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice): 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –27 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 18

4. Name of Course – M. Sc. (Botany)/ M. Sc. (Zoology)

Qualification – B.Sc. (Hons.) with Botany as the main subject along with Chemistry and Zoology as subsidiary subjects.

OR

B.Sc. with Botany along with two optional subjects amongst Chemistry, Zoology, Genetics and Environmental Sciences in both first and second year and any one or two of the above optional subjects in third year.

Note: The candidates must have secured at least 55% marks in Botany as well as in aggregate (Botany + Subsidiary / Optional subjects) Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice): 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –27 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

Botany-35

Zoology-40

5. Name of Course – M. Sc. (Museology)

Qualification – Bachelor’s degree of the University or its equivalent in Zoology, Botany, Wildlife Sciences, Geology, Chemistry, Anthropology, Computer Applications, Archaeology, Industrial Chemistry, Geography, Agriculture, Forestry, Environmental Sciences, Biochemistry, History or Fine Arts with not less than 55% marks in aggregate.

Test Paper Pattern – There will be one paper of 150 marks with 50% weightage for objective type question and 50% for short descriptive type questions.

Age Limit –27 years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 10

6. Name of Course – M. Sc. (Wildlife Sciences)/ M.Sc.(Biodiversity Studies and Management

Qualification – Three year Bachelor’s degree obtained in regular mode from this University or any recognised University or institution with at least 55% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade in any discipline of:

  • Biological Sciences/Life Siences or

  • Physical Sciences provided that the student must have studied Zoology / Botany as subsidiary subject

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one paper of 100 marks with 70% weightage for objective type questions and 30% for short descriptive type questions.

Age Limit –27 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • Wildlife Sciences – 10

Biodiversity Studies and Management – 10

Faculty of Management Studies & Research - 1. Name of Course – Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Qualification – Bachelors degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks in aggregate Test Paper Pattern – The Total Merit will have the following components:

  1. Written Test: 100 Marks

  • Environmental Awareness: 25 Marks

  • Quantitative and Numerical Ability: 25 Marks

  • Comprehension and Verbal Ability: 20 Marks

  • Reasoning and Intelligence: 15 Marks

  • Data Analysis and Interpretation: 15 Marks

  1. Interview/Group Discussion: 25 Marks

Age Limit –27 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 700 & Late Fee – Rs.1000

Intakes/Seats –

  • AMU, Aligarh – 60

  • AMU Center, Malappuram – 60

  • >AMU Center, Murshidabad – 60

AMU Center, Kishanganj – 60

2. Name of Course – M.B.A. (International Business)/ M.B.A. (Islamic Banking & Finance)/ M.B.A. (Hospital Administration)

Qualification – Bachelors degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks in aggregate Test Paper Pattern – The Total Merit will have the following components:

  1. Written Test: 100 Marks

  • Environmental Awareness: 25 Marks

  • Quantitative and Numerical Ability: 25 Marks

  • Comprehension and Verbal Ability: 20 Marks

  • Reasoning and Intelligence: 15 Marks

  • Data Analysis and Interpretation: 15 Marks

  1. Interview/Group Discussion: 25 Marks

Age Limit –27 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 700 & Late Fee – Rs.1000

(For M.B.A. Hospital Administration) Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs800

Intakes/Seats –

  • International Business – 20

  • Islamic Banking & Finance – 20

Hospital Administration – 20

Faculty of Medicine - 1. Name of Course – M.B.B.S./ Bachelor of Dental Surgery (B.D.S.)

Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an examination recognised by the University as its equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English. Further, the candidate must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

Test Paper Pattern – Through NEET of the registered candidates.

Age Limit – Not less than 17 years as on 31st December in the year of admission.

Intakes/Seats –

  • MBBS – 145

Bachelor of Dental Surgery (B.D.S.) – 35

2. Name of Course – Bachelor of Radiation Therapy Technology (BRTT)

Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate of this University or its equivalent recognized by the University with 50% marks in aggregate of Physics, Chemistry & Biology

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one Objective type paper comprising 100 questions

Age Limit – 24 years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 4

3. Name of Course – Diploma in General Nursing & Midwifery

Qualification – 10+2 Class passed preferably Science (PCB) & English with aggregate of 40% marks.

OR 10+2 in Arts (Mathematics, Biotechnology, Economics, Political Science, History, Geography, Business Studies, Accountancy, Home Science, Sociology, Psychology, Philosophy) and English Core / English Elective or Health care Science – Vocational stream ONLY, passing out from recognized Board under AISSCE / CBSE / ICSE / SSCE / HSCE or other equivalent Board with 40% marks. OR 10+2 vocational ANM under CBSE Board or other equivalent board from the school and recognized by Indian Nursing Council with 40% marks. OR Registered as ANM with State Nursing Registration Council.

OR

Students qualified in 10+2 Arts or Science examination or Health care Science – Vocational stream ONLY conducted by National Institute of Open School with 40% marks.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following break-up:

  • English & General Knowledge : 30 marks

  • Physics, Chemistry, & Mathematics : 30 marks

  • Biology : 40 marks

Age Limit – Between 17 – 35 years as on 1st September in the year of admission.  There is no age bar for candidates registered as ANM/LHV.

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 19 (Female) + 1(Male)

3. Name of Course – Diploma in General Nursing & Midwifery

  1. Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate of this University or its equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with 50% marks in aggregate

    Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising 100 questions on Physics, Chemistry, Botany & Zoology.

    Age Limit – Not less than 17 years

    Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

    Intakes/Seats –

    Diploma in Physiotherapy – 10

    Diploma in Optometry & Ophthalmic Assistance – 15

Faculty of Science - 1. Name of Course – B.Sc. (Hons.)

Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination with at least 55% marks in aggregate of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics. Note: For admission to B.Sc. (Hons.) with Physics / Mathematics / Statistics / Computer Applications as Main Subject, the candidate should have passed Mathematics at the qualifying examination Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following components:

  • Section I English : 25 Marks

  • Section Il Chemistry :

    25 Marks

  • Section Ill Physics : 25 Marks

  • Section IV Maths: 25 Marks

  • Section V Biology : 25 Marks

  • Section VI Home Science : 25 Marks

Note: Sections I, II and III are compulsory. Candidates will have the choice to attempt any one Section from IV  and V.

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Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • Physics 120 (Male) & 35 (Female)

  • Chemistry 120 (Male) & 65 (Female)

  • Mathematics 120 (Male) &40 (Female)

  • Geography 45 (Male) & 30 (Female)

  • Geology 100 (Male) & 30 (Female)

  • Statistics 60 (Male) &30 (Female)

  • Industrial Chemistry 20 (Male) & 10 (Female)

Computer Applications 40 (Male) & 20 (Female)

2. Name of Course – Master in Computer Science and Applications (MCA)

Qualification – B. Tech. / B. Arch. / B.E. with 55% marks in aggregate OR

  1. Bachelor Degree in Science from a recognised University with 55% marks in aggregate and must have studied Mathematics along with any two of the following subjects. Statistics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Application, Computer Maintenance, Information Technology as main or subsidiary subject at the qualifying examination.

  2. Must have studied Physics and Mathematics in the Senior Secondary School Certificate or its equivalent Course.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising 100 Questions with the following breakup:

  • Mathematics and Statistics : 50 Questions

  • Physics : 20 Questions

  • Computer Science : 20 Questions

  • Logical ability, deductive ability and reasoning : 10 Questions

Age Limit –27 Years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 60

3. Name of Course – M.Sc. (Chemistry)/ M.Sc. (Physics)/ M.Sc. / M.A. (Geography)/ M.Sc. / M.A. (Mathematics)/ M.Sc. (Industrial Chemistry)

Qualification – B.Sc. (Hons.) from Respective Subject / B.Sc. with Respective Subject as one of the subjects studied in all three years with not less than 55% marks in aggregate and not less than 55% marks in Respective Subject.

Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice): 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –27 Years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • Chemistry – 60

  • Physics – 50

  • Geography – 45

  • Mathematics – 60

Industrial Chemistry – 25

4. Name of Course – M.Sc. / M.A. (Statistics) / M.Sc. / M.A. (Operations Research)

Qualification – B.Sc. / B.A. (Hons.) or B.Sc. / B.A. with Statistics or Mathematics as Main / Major subject with not less than 55% marks in aggregate

OR

B.Sc. / B.A. or B.Sc. (Hons.) / B.A. (Hons.) or its equivalent with Statistics or Mathematics as one of the subjects with not less than 55% marks in aggregate. Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice): 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –27 Years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • Statistics – 30

Operations Research – 15

5. Name of Course – M.Sc. (Remote Sensing and GIS Application)

Qualification –Bachelor’s Degree in Geography / Geology / Statistics / Physics / Mathematics / Computer Science / Computer Applications / Forestry / Wildlife / Environmental Science / Agricultural Science and B. Tech. / B.E. in Civil Engg. / Computer Engineering from a UGC recognized University or Institutions with 55% marks in aggregate. Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice): 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –27 Years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 20

Faculty of Social Science - 1. Name of Course – B.A. (Hons.)

Qualification – Senior Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate of English and three Subjects from amongst Accountancy, Arabic, Banking, Biology, Biotechnology, Business Organization, Business Studies, Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Science, Economics, Education, English, Fine Arts, Geography, Hindi, History, Home Science, Islamic Studies, Mathematics, Persian, Philosophy, Physical Health Education, Physics, Political Science /Civics, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology, Statistics, Urdu and Modern Indian Languages (Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi and Kashmiri).

OR

Degree/Sanad from recognized Madarsa/Institution with at least 50% marks

OR

Bridge Course-Senior Secondary School Certificate from AMU with 50% marks in aggregate. Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following components:

  • English : 25 Marks

  • Indo-Islamic Culture and Aligarh Movement : 25 Marks

  • General Awareness and Current Affairs : 40 Marks

  • Reasoning and Intelligence : 10 Marks

Age Limit –24 Years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • Economics – 101 (Male) & 50 (Female)

  • Education – 10 (Male) & 30 (Female)

  • History – 40 (Male) & 50 (Female)

  • Geography – 50 (Male) & 20 (Female)

  • Islamic Studies – 25 (Male) & 40 (Female)

  • Political Science – 100 (Male) & 50 (Female)

  • Psychology – 35 (Male) & 50 (Female)

  • Social Work – 30 (Male) & 20 (Female)

  • Sociology – 40 (Male) & 20 (Female)

Women Studies – 5 (Male) & 15 (Female)

2. Name of Course – Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.Ed.)

Qualification – Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with 50% marks and having at least participation in the InterCollege/Inter Zonal / District / School competition in sports and games as recognized by the AIU / IOA / SGFI / Govt. of India.

OR

Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education with 45% marks or Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with 45% marks and studied physical education as compulsory elective subject.

OR

Bachelor’s degree with 45% marks and having participated in National / Inter-University / State competitions or secured 1st, 2nd or 3rd position in Inter-College / Inter-Zonal / District/ School competition in sports and games as recognized by the AIU/IOA/SGFI/ GOI OR

Bachelor’s degree with 45% marks and participation in International competitions or secured 1st, 2nd or 3rd position in National / Inter-University competition in sports and games as recognized by respective federations / AIU / IOA / SGFI / Govt. of India.

OR

Graduation with 45% marks and at least three years of teaching experience (for deputed inservice candidates i.e. trained physical education teachers / coaches).

Test Paper Pattern – The Test shall have the following breakup:

  1. The written test shall have 40 Objective Question (MCQ) – 40 Marks

  2. Physical Fitness Test (A modified version of AAHPER will be used to evaluate the Physical Fitness) – 40 Marks

Physical Fitness Test for Boys

  • 50 yrd. Dash (in second)

  • 600 yrd Dash (in minute)

  • 4 x 10 yrd Shuttle Run (in second)

  • Standing Board Jump (in feet)

  • Pull up (numbers)

  • Bent Knee Sit-up (one minute)

Physical Fitness Test for Girls

  • 50 yrd. Dash (in second)

  • 600 yrd Dash (in minute)

  • 4 x 10 yrd Shuttle Run (in second)

  • Standing Board Jump (in feet)

  • Flex Arm Hang (in second)

  • Straight Knee Sit-up (one minute)

Achievement in Games / Sports (Participation in Intervarsity tournaments conducted by AIU only will be considered) – 20 marks

Age Limit –24 Years

Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats – 50

3. Name of Course – B.Lib.I.Sc

Qualification –

B.A. / B. Sc. / B. Com. / B. Th. / B.S.W. or its equivalent examination with at least 50% marks.

OR

B.A. / B. Sc. / B. Com. / B. Th. / B.S.W. having 45% marks with atleast 50% marks in Masters degree

Note

The Status (Internal / External) will be determined on the basis of B.A./ B. Sc./ B.Com. / B. Th. / B.S.W. Examination only

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one paper of 100 marks comprising of 100 Multiple Choice questions as per the details given below:

  • General English: 50 marks.

  • General Knowledge: 40 marks

  • General Awareness about the books and their use in a library: 10 marks.

Age Limit –

24 Years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats – 60

4. Name of Course – B. Ed

Qualification –

At least 50% marks in B.A. / B.Sc. / B. Com. / B.Th. in aggregate and in the subject concerned and / or in the Master’s Degree in Science / Social Sciences / Humanities, Bachelor in Engineering & Technology with specialization in Science and Mathematics with 55% marks. Note: The Status (Internal / External) will only be determined on the basis of B.A. / B. Sc. / B. Com. / B. Th. Examination only.

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one paper of 100 marks comprising 100 questions on

  • Reasoning : 25 questions

  • General English : 25 questions

  • Teaching Aptitude : 25 questions

  • Current Educational Affairs : 25 questions

Age Limit –

27 Years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats –

  • Aligarh – 100

  • Malappuram – 50

  • Murshidabad – 50

5. Name of Course – M.A. (Economics)

Qualification –

B.A. with at least 55% marks in aggregate and not less than 55% marks in Economics

OR

B.Sc. with at least 55% marks in aggregate and not less than 60% marks in Mathematics / Statistics.

OR

  1. Com. with at least 55% marks in aggregate.

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice) : 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –

27 Years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 65

6. Name of Course – M.A. (Education)/ M.A. (History)/ M.A. (Islamic Studies)/ M.A. (Political Science)/ M.A. (Psychology)/ M.A. (Sociology)

Qualification –

B.A./B.Com./B.Sc. with at least 50% marks in aggregate or an examination recognised by the University as its equivalent with

Respective Subject

either as main subject or as a subject of equal weightage at graduate level

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice) : 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –

27 Years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats –

  • Education – 15

  • History – 40

  • Islamic Studies – 25

  • Political Science – 40

  • Psychology – 40

Sociology – 35

7. Name of Course – M.A. (Public Administration)/ M.A. (Human Rights)

Qualification –

Graduate in any discipline from a recognized University / Institution with at least 50% marks in aggregate

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice) : 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –

27 Years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats –

  • Public Administration – 20

Human Rights – 15

8. Name of Course – M.Lib.I.Sc.

Qualification –

B.Lib. Science/B.L.I.Sc. / B.L. & I.Sc./B.Lib.I.Sc. or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one paper of B.L.I.Sc. Standard of 100 marks comprising of the following Sections:

  • 50 Multiple choice questions :50 marks

  • 06 Short Answer Questions (up to 50 words) :30 marks

  • 02 Essay Type Question(up to 250 words) :20 marks

Age Limit –

27 Years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 25

9. Name of Course – M. Ed.

Qualification –

B.Ed. or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate of theory papers.

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one paper having 100 MCQ covering the following areas:

  1. Reasoning and General English (40 Marks)

  • Reasoning : 20 marks

  • General English : 20 marks

  1. Core Paper (60 marks)

  • Fundamental of Educational Philosophy and Sociology : 20 marks

  • Educational Psychology : 20 marks

  • Current Problems of Indian Education : 20 marks

Age Limit –

29 Years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 50

 

Name of Course –

M.A. (Mass Communication)

Qualification –

Graduate with not less than 50% marks in aggregate

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one paper of 100 marks comprising 40 objective type questions on General Awareness and 4 descriptive type questions on Communicative Skills

Age Limit –

27 Years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 30

10. Name of Course – M.A. (Women’s Studies)

Qualification –

B.A. with at least 50% in any subject of Social Sciences/Arts/Humanities or the degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice) : 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –

27 Years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 10

11. Name of Course – Master of Physical Education (M.P.Ed.)

Qualification –

Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.E) or Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.Ed.) or B.Sc. (Hons.) / B.A. (Hons.) in Health and Physical Education with not less than 55% marks in aggregate

Test Paper Pattern –

The Test shall have the following breakup: The written test shall have 40 Objective Question (MCQ) – 40 Marks Physical Fitness Test (A modified version of AAHPER will be used to evaluate the Physical Fitness) – 40 Marks Physical Fitness Test for Boys

  • 50 yrd. Dash (in second)

  • 600 yrd Dash (in minute)

  • 4 x 10 yrd Shuttle Run (in second)

  • Standing Board Jump (in feet)

  • Pull up (numbers)

  • Bent Knee Sit-up (one minute)

Physical Fitness Test for Girls

  • 50 yrd. Dash (in second)

  • 600 yrd Dash (in minute)

  • 4 x 10 yrd Shuttle Run (in second)

  • Standing Board Jump (in feet)

  • Flex Arm Hang (in second)

  • Straight Knee Sit-up (one minute)

Achievement in Games / Sports (Participation in Intervarsity tournaments conducted by AIU only will be considered) – 20 marks

Age Limit –

29 Years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 30

Faculty of Theology 3. Name of Course – B. A. (Hons.)

Qualification –

Senior Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination with at least 45% marks in aggregate of English and three Subjects from amongst Accountancy, Arabic, Banking, Biology, Biotechnology, Business Organization, Business Studies, Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Science, Economics, Education, English, Fine Arts, Geography, Hindi, History, Home Science, Islamic Studies, Mathematics, Persian, Philosophy, Physical Health Education, Physics, Political Science /Civics, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology, Statistics, Urdu and Modern Indian Languages (Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi and Kashmiri).

OR

Degree/Sanad from recognized Madarsa/Institution Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following components:

  • English : 25 Marks

  • Indo-Islamic Culture and Aligarh Movement : 25 Marks

  • General Awareness and Current Affairs : 40 Marks

  • Reasoning and Intelligence : 10 Marks

Age Limit –

24 Years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats –

  • Sunni Theology 12 (Male) & 8 (Female)

Shia Theology – 8 (Male) & 7 (Female)

4. Name of Course –

Qualification

B.A. (Hons.)(Theology) / B. Th. degree of this University with not less than 50% marks in aggregate

OR

Degree/Sanad from recognized Madarsa/Institution (as given in Table IX) with not less than 50% marks in aggregate, provided the candidates have concurrently also passed SSSC Examination (English Only) Test Paper Pattern – There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice): 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –

27 Years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800 Intakes/Seats – 20

5. Name of Course – M. A. (Shia Theology)

Qualification

B.A. (Hons.) (Theology) / B. Th. Degree/ Sanadul Afazil from Sultanul Madaris and Fazil from Nazmia Arabic College, Lucknow

OR

Fazil from UP Board of Madarsa Education, Lucknow / Arabic & Persian Board, Allahabad & Lucknow, U.P..or Lucknow University with not less than 50% marks in aggregate

OR

Degree/Sanad from recognized Madarsa/Institution (as given in Table IX) with not less than 50% marks in aggregate, provided the candidates have concurrently also passed SSSC Examination (English Only).

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one paper comprising 80 questions with the following breakup:

  • 70 Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice): 140 marks.

  • 10 Short Answer Type Questions : 60 marks

Age Limit –

27 Years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 10

Faculty of Unani Medicine 1. Name of Course – Kamil-e-Tib-o-Jarahat (BUMS)

Qualification –

Senior Secondary (XII Standard) / Intermediate Examination with Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) or its equivalent examination having not less than 50% marks in aggregate.

Test Paper Pattern –

Through NEET of registered candidates only Note: There shall be a descriptive paper as detailed below:

  • Subject – Urdu (Adv. Urdu of 10th Standard level )

  • Medium of Test

    – Urdu

  • Types of Questions

    Descriptive

Age Limit –

Not less than 17 years Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 50

2. Name of Course – Pre-Tib (leading to Kamil-e-Tib-o-Jarahat (BUMS))

Qualification –

Oriental Qualification “Fazil” (equivalent to intermediate examination) from the oriental Institutions as specified in the list recognized by the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM)

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be two papers. Paper-I is of 150 marks comprising 10 descriptive questions.  Paper II is of 60 marks comprising 20 questions. The details are as follows:

Paper-I

(a)  Subject –Arabic

Medium of Test

– Arabic

Types of Questions – 

Descriptive (b) Subject – Uloome-e-Sharqia Medium of Test – Urdu

Types of Questions – 

Descriptive

Paper-II

Subject

– Urdu  (Adv. Urdu of 10th Standard level )

Medium of Test

– Urdu Types of Questions –  Descriptive

Age Limit –

Not less than 16 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 500 & Late Fee – Rs.800

Intakes/Seats – 10

Senior Secondary Schools 1. Name of Course – Senior Secondary School Certificate (Science Stream)

Qualification –

Secondary School Certificate of this University or its equivalent examination with not less than 45% marks in aggregate of English, Science (including Life Sciences) and Mathematics taken together. Further, the candidate should have passed English, Maths and Science individually at the qualifying examination

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising 100 questions with the following breakup:

  • Science (PCB) : 50 Marks

  • Mathematics : 30 Marks

  • G K : 10 Marks

  • Indo-Islamic Culture : 10 Marks

Age Limit –

19 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 600 & Late Fee – Rs.900

Intakes/Seats –

  • 755 – Male

480 – Female

2. Name of Course – Senior Secondary School Certificate (Commerce Stream)

Qualification –

Secondary School Certificate of this University or its equivalent examination with not less than 45% marks in aggregate.

Test Paper Pattern –

There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising 100 questions with the following breakup:

  • Social Studies: 60 Marks

  • Maths : 20 Marks

  • G K: 10 Marks

  • Indo-Islamic Culture : 10 Marks

Age Limit –

19 years

Test Fee –

Normal Fee – Rs. 600 & Late Fee – Rs.900

Intakes/Seats –

  • 210 – Male

60 – Female

3. Name of Course – Senior Secondary School Certificate (Humanities/Arts Stream)

Qualification –

Secondary School Certificate of this University or its equivalent examination with not less than 45% marks in aggregate. Test Paper Pattern –– There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising 100 questions with the following breakup:

  • Social Studies: 60 Marks

  • Maths : 20 Marks

  • G K: 10 Marks

  • Indo-Islamic Culture : 10 Marks

Age Limit –

19 years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 600 & Late Fee – Rs.900 Intakes/Seats –

  • 160 – Male

  • 140 – Female

Bridge Course Name of Course – Bridge Course - Senior Secondary School Certificate

Qualification –

Oriental equivalence to +2 namely Shahada Aalimiyah / Fazilah / Fazil from any provincial / national recognized board or an AMU recognized Madarsa. Test Paper Pattern – The Total Merit will have the following components:

  • Written Test: 200 Marks

  1. English (Objective & Subjective type): 100 marks

  2. Islamic Studies (MCQs and full-length answers): 100 marks

  • Interview: 50 Marks

Note:

Candidates shall be called for Interview on the basis of the performance in the written test. For the candidates who qualify written test, physical presence in the Interview is compulsory to become eligible for selection. Age Limit – 23 Years Test Fee – Normal Fee – Rs. 350 Late Fee – Rs.650 Intakes/Seats – 100

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How to crack AMU MBA Entrance Exam

Introduction: How to crack AMU MBA Entrance Exam

crack AMU MBA Entrance Exams

AMU MBA entrance exam is among those exams of AMU which require proper study planning t qualify them. AMU conducts a combined admission test of MBA/MBA (IB)/ MBA (Islamic Banking & Finance). The faculty of Management studies and Research offers these all courses.

As MBA course is one of the important job-oriented course any graduate students with general eligibilities can applied for this course. Therefore, the competition is very tough and the aspirants need a right and proper preparation planning to crack AMU MBA entrance exam.

There are some useful steps and tips given below which may help you in your preparation.
  • Know the Syllabus in detail.

  • Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme.

  • Get Basic Preparation books.

  • Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table.

  • Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly.

  • Go through Previous Years Question papers.

  • Give Mock Tests & Sample papers.

  • Few references books & preparation guides.

1. Know the Syllabus in detail


The first step to succeed in any AMU Entrance Exam, you must know the syllabus of exam. You have to understand the each & every topic of the syllabus. If you are aware of the syllabus, you will able to know; what to study and how much you have to read and how much you have to leave or particular exam.

The syllabus for the AMU MBA entrance exam is divided into five parts with approximate weightage:

Environmental awareness(25%): 

Characteristics of Indian economy, basic economic indicators, industrial, trade, fiscal, budgetary and monetary policies, the Indian banking system and its functioning, awareness about corporate sector, Indian and international trade, economic agreements, changes in political, technological and cultural environments, and current affairs. Quantitative and Numeric ability(25%): Percentage, ratio, proportion time and distance, relative speed, time and work, interest, stocks, shares and discount, rules of divisibility, HCF and LCM, power, exponents and roots, algebraic equations, elementary geometry angle, line, polygon, solids, cylinders, perimeter, volume, circles, tangent to the circle, sphere, etc., linear and quadratic equations, basics of trigonometry and coordinate geometry.

Comprehension and verbal ability(20%): 

Comprehension at paragraph and sentence level, identification of mistakes, grammar and usage, word formation, synonyms, antonyms, the pairing of words, analogies, sentence structure and construction, active and passive voice, prepositions, completion of sentences, etc. Reasoning and Intelligence (15%): This may include verbal reasoning and verbal analogy, letter series, number series, coding and decoding, logical diagrams, and syllogism, etc. Data analysis and Interpretation: Sets – Union and intersection, frequency and class intervals, cumulative frequencies and various types of graphic diagrams used in interpretation, basic of probability, and permutation and combination.   You can get detailed syllabus of all AMU M.B.A. Entrance Exams by clicking on following link.

2. Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme

After knowing syllabus, you must understand the Exam Pattern of AMU MBA Entrance Exam. This will help you to get an idea f overall structure of exam. The Total Merit will have the following components:

  • Written Test : 100 Marks

  1. Environmental Awareness: 25 Marks

  2. Quantitative and Numerical Ability: 25 Marks

  • Comprehension and Verbal Ability: 20 Marks

  1. Reasoning and Intelligence: 15 Marks

  2. Data Analysis and Interpretation: 15 Marks

  • Interview/Group Discussion : 25 Marks

The Aspirants also have to know the marking in the exams – meaning they should aware of the marks making scheme of entrance papers. There are some basic questions whose answers should be known to aspirants:

  1. A question has how many marks?

  2. Which subjects have maximum or minimum marks weightage?

  • What may be the cutoff for selection?

It will help the aspirants in their better preparation and time managements. You can get exam pattern and marking scheme of all AMU MBA Entrance Exams by clicking on following link

3. Get Basic Preparation books

To crack AMU M.B.A. Entrance exam, you have to select your study material very carefully. If you don’t do this, your chances of selection will be decrease. Aspirants need to make a list of some basic Text books (From their Previous Classes) for preparation of AMU entrance exam. Candidates should start their preparation from studying NCERT Textbooks used AMU academics.

After completing NCERTs and Basic Textbooks of previous classes, a candidate can move on to preparation books or guides. Aspirants are advised to purchase at least one/two preparation books or guides for AMU MBA Entrance Exams according to applied courses. Students are advised to avoid reading multiple books, i.e. don’t read too many guides or reference books. Some important books are mentioned in the end of the article.

Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table

Aspirants require preparing a time-table on what topics to cover when, which topics/subjects require high priority and how much to cover a daily, weekly and monthly basis. The benefit of having a daily study schedule is once you are finished with a task, you already know what is next on your schedule.

A proper and good time-table is very helpful s the candidate have to maintain a balance between his studies and other things. There should be breaks between long continuous study hours. They can follow “50/10 or 25/5 – Rule” (50 or 25 mins for study and 10 or 5 mins of break). You have to distribute your time according to your weakness and strengths. There should be proper time for study, food and sleep.

Students are advised to create a daily plan & while making a time schedule, special time slot should be provide for completing the syllabus of applied course. Revise the syllabus and content, attempt as many questions papers, mock tests and previous year papers for better preparation and time should given to all these steps of preparation wisely.

5. Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly

During studying basic texts books of previous classes or NCERT textbooks, students should make or prepare shorts and understandable notes of respective humanities subjects which will be asked in entrance exam. Make easy notes by making Flow Charts, Diagrams, Tables and Posters etc. and stick them wherever possible and review them at least two times a day before sleeping.

There should be fixed revision slot of 1-3 hours in your time-table. Revision is a continuous process. You may think you have prepared a particular topic, chapter or subject perfectly but you won’t able be able to retain it unless you revise again and again. It will give you to get perfect on that particular topic or subject. Student can enhance their revision by solving practice questions on the topic from reference books instead.

This will help the students to understand the concepts just studied. The students can use easy to digest notes for their preparation for AMU M.B.A. Entrance Exams.

6. Go through Previous Years Question papers

The next step to qualify the AMU M.B.A. Entrance Exams is to prepare previous years papers. During & after making the notes, candidates need to go through the previous year question papers (At least 5 years). Learn the pattern of solving questions. This is possible only through regular and constant practice.

There is no better method to know the frames and traps for AMU MBA Entrance Exams than practicing papers from the past years. You will likewise get a thought of how much time you have to solve the whole paper as well as what kind of inquiries can come and how you have to handle them.

Solving past year papers will also give you the best idea of level of AMU entrance exams. Candidates should learn and prepare all questions of previous year papers. All AMU M.B.A. previous year question papers of last 3 years are available on our site. You can download these papers by clicking on following link.

7. Give Mock Tests & Sample papers

Next step is to give mock tests and practicing sample papers. For this you can buy entrance sample papers of applied course from any books shop or you can join regular test series (online/coaching) and give mock tests at home online or in coaching. The main benefit of giving mock tests is that the aspirants can analysis their performance in test. They can check their mistakes, time spent on individual question, section of exam or on whole exam, and suggestions for improvements.

Students should try to crack mock tests or sample papers within a specific time slot. The general mistake made by most of aspirants is that they never review what they have solved. Whenever you are solving a mock test, try to analyze the questions or topics you are facing a problems with and the areas you are quick to solve. Develop a good planning while solving the practice papers. 50% of the questions in the paper have a low difficulty level, so solve them first. Never solve the paper in row and avoid the questions you face problems or difficulty.

8. Few references books & preparation guides

  • Quantitative Aptitude by R.S. Agarwal

  • How to Crack Test of Reasoning by Jaikishan & Premkishan

  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis,

  • How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for the CAT by Meenakshi

  • Arihant General Knowledge

  • Lucent General Knowledge

Crack AMU MBBS (NEET) Exam

How to get selected in AMU M.B.B.S. (NEET)

Best trainnig hacks to get selected in AMU M.B.B.S

Crack AMU MBBS (NEET) Exam

The admission in AMU MBBS is completed and done through NEET exam. You are elected in MBBS on the basis of performance and qualifying the NEET Exam. There are following tips which can help in clearing NEET exam in the first attempt and securing goods marks so you can get admission in AMU MBBS course. Here are the study tips to crack NEET within the first attempt.

1. Plan a study schedule to finish the NEET syllabus in time

The advantage of getting a daily study schedule is once you’re finished with a task, you already know what’s next on your schedule. Starting your day an equivalent way can motivate you to review consistently, even once you don’t desire studying.

2. Don’t skip topics and chapters that you simply think are smaller for NEET

In NEET exam, an issue can come from any topic or chapter. Complete all the subject s as sometimes a simple question can come from the topic which you discover unimportant or difficult to read. When studying a difficult chapter, don’t think that you simply got to cram or require long study hours to finish it at one go. Study daily for a few times rather than a marathon study session on one day.

3. Study from NCERT textbooks; refer coaching modules and reference books for practicing NEET level problems

Read NCERT textbooks line by line. Solved examples, exercises, summary, everything in NCERT is vital for NEET. Observe and reproduce all the NCERT diagrams of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. a couple of questions may come from outside of NCERT in NEET, those should be covered by your coaching material and reference books.

4. Revise daily, make revision notes for eleventh hour revision before the tests and exam

There should be fixed revision slots in your NEET schedule. along side the idea , solve problems to revise effectively. Prepare short notes for NEET that you simply can revise before the exam. Make flow charts, diagrams, tables, posters, post-its, etc. and stick them wherever possible and have a look at them repeatedly.

5. Join a training to reinforce your chances of cracking the NEET exam

Join training if you haven’t joined yet. Coaching gives you an excellent exposure to quality teaching, questions and therefore the tests conducted on the idea of NEET exam pattern. It’ll assist you in staying confident to crack NEET within the first attempt.

6. Attend all classes and complete your homework/ assignments on time

Be regular together with your classes. Any day the teacher can teach you some key lessons and tricks. Don’t neglect what’s happening currently in your coaching so as to hide previous concepts or backlogs. Your first priority should be to end your current assignments and homework on time.

7. Clear all of your doubts as soon as possible. Never keep them pending

Doubts cause frustration, procrastination, disappointments and lots of more roadblocks in your preparation. You’ve got to clear your doubts asap. In coaching classes, you’ll ask your doubts, queries, learning methods or anything that’s getting you trouble. Clear NEET doubts online.

8. Give mock tests, analyse mistakes and improve your performance

Along with regular tests in coaching, you ought to also practice online mock tests at your home. The advantage of online mock tests is that you simply can analyse your performance within the test. you’ll check your mistakes, time spent on individual questions or sections, and suggestions for improvement.

9. Manage some time well between studies and other tasks

Time management is extremely crucial as you’ve got to seek out a balance between studies and other things. Long continuous study hours can bring exhaustion and too many breaks may end in not having the ability to finish your add time.

10. Stay positive and determined to realize your goal

Believe that you simply can crack NEET in your first attempt. Do everything that’s required to form it happen. There could also be moments once you feel low and have negative feelings of not clearing the exam. During these tough times, you would like to remain strong and motivated to realize your goal.

Also check: How to crack AMU MBA Entrance Exams

Exam Pattern

Duration of the examination – 180 minutes

Total number of questions asked – 180

Total marks – 720

Negative marking – Yes

Important Books

  • Physics for NEET by C.P. Singh
  • 40 Days Physics for NEET by S.B. Tripathi
  • Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker
  • Objective Physics By DC Pandey
  • Concepts of Physics by H.C. Verma
  • Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov
  • Fundamental Physics by Pradeep
  • Organic Chemistry by Morrison
  • Objective Chemistry by R.K. Gupta
  • Physical Chemistry by O.P. Tandon
  • Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee
  • Boyd for Organic Chemistry
  • 40 Days Chemistry for NEET by Sudhanshu Thakur
  • ABC of Chemistry for Classes 11 and 12 by Modern
  • 40 Days Biology for NEET by S. Chakravarty
  • Pradeep’s Publication Biology
  • Trueman’s Objective Biology for NEET by M.P Tyagi
  • Objective Botany by Ansari
  • GR Bathla publications for Biology
  • Objective Biology by Dinesh
  • K Jaiswal for Inorganic
  • S Chauhan for Organic
  • N. Awasthi for Physical

12. Syllabus of NEET

NEET Syllabus for Physics

S. No. Class XI S. No. Class XII
1. Physical world and measurement 1. Electrostatics
2. Kinematics 2. Current Electricity
3. Laws of Motion 3. Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
4. Work, Energy and Power 4. Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
5. Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body 5. Electromagnetic Waves
6. Gravitation 6. Optics
7. Properties of Bulk Matter 7. Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
8. Thermodynamics 8. Atoms and Nuclei
9. Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory 9. Electronic Devices
10. Oscillations and Waves

NEET Syllabus For Chemistry

S. No.

Class XI

S. No.

Class XII

1.

Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry

1.

Solid State

2.

Structure of Atom

2.

Solutions

3.

Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

3.

Electrochemistry

4.

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

4.

Chemical Kinetics

5.

States of Matter: Gases and Liquids

5.

Surface Chemistry

6.

Thermodynamics

6.

General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements

7.

Equilibrium

7.

p-Block Elements

8.

Redox Reactions

8.

d and f Block Elements

9.

Hydrogen

9.

Coordination Compounds

10.

s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)

10.

Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

11.

Some p-Block Elements

11.

Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers

12.

Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and Techniques

12.

Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

13.

Hydrocarbons

13.

Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen

14.

Environmental Chemistry

14.

Bio-molecules

15.

Polymers

16.

Chemistry in Everyday Life

NEET Syllabus for Biology

S. No.

Class XI

S. No.

Class XII

1.

Diversity in Living World

1.

Reproduction

2.

Structural Organization in Animals and Plants

2.

Genetics and Evolution

3.

Cell Structure and Function

3.

Biology and Human Welfare

4.

Plant Physiology

4.

Biotechnology and Its Applications

5.

Human Physiology

5.

Ecology and Environment

AMU SSSC Entrance Exam

How to crack AMU SSSC Entrance Exams

Introduction: How to crack AMU SSSC Entrance Exams

AMU SSSC Entrance Exam

AMU Class XIth course is also known as Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSC). Senior Secondary School of AMU offers admission in all three streams (Science, Humanities and Commerce). AMU conducts a combined entrance test for Science stream and Diploma in Engineering and other combined entrance test for Humanities and commerce stream.

The entrance exam for this course is one of the important entrance exams for the students especially for the external students of university. This entrance exam is the first exam of AMU (according to classes) in which the students get admission directly after clearing written exam. Otherwise, in all other entrance exams of earlier classes, students also have to clear interview for the admission.

Therefore, there are good chances of getting admission in AMU through this test. So, we are providing you some steps & tips which may help you to crack AMU SSSC Entrance Exam.


Also read:hacks to get selected in AMU M.B.B.S

  • Know the Syllabus in detail.

  • Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme.

  • Get Basic Preparation books.

  • Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table.

  • Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly.

  • Go through Previous Years Question papers.

  • Give Mock Tests & Sample papers.

  • Few references books & preparation guides.

1. Know the Syllabus in detail

The first step to succeed in AMU SSSC Entrance Exam, you must know the syllabus of exam. You have to understand the each & every topic of the syllabus. If you are aware of the syllabus, you will able to know; what to study and how much you have to read and how much you have to leave or particular exam.

Brief Syllabus of SSSC (Science & Diploma) AMU

Physics

– Motion, Force and Newton’s Laws, Gravitation, Work, Energy and Power, Flotation, Sound, Effect of current, Magnets, Induces current, Natural Phenomena, Images formed by a concave mirror, Refraction, Scattering of light, Sources of energy, fossils fuels, Renewable versus non-renewable sources.

Chemistry

– Matter – Nature And Behaviour, Our Environment, Chemical Reactions, Metal and Non-Metals, Carbon Compound, Periodic Classification of elements, Conservation of natural Resources : Management of natural resources.

Life Science

– The World of Living Life Processes, Reproduction, Needs for and methods of family planning, Heredity and evolution, Basic concepts of evolution, Conservation of natural resources, Our Environment,  Food: Biological Diversity, Cell, Structure and functions of animal and plant tissue, Health and Diseases, Transport of materials in the living systems

Mathematics

– Number Systems, Algebra, Coordinate Geometry, Geometry, Mensuration, Statistics And Probability, Trigonometry

Indo-Islamic Culture

A)-Aqaid & Ibadat 1. Faith in God 2. Faith in Angels 3. Faith in the Divine Books. 4. Faith in Messengers of God. 5. Faith in After-Life 6. Faith in Crecreation 7. Destiny

B)-Seerate-Rasool-e-Akram 1. Birth 2. Childhood 3. Youth 4. Be’sat 5. Hijrat 6. Madina Period 7. Demise

C)-Quran and Hadith 1. Introduction to Qur’an 2. History of the Revelation of the Quran 3. History of Compilation of the Quran 4. Introduction to Hadith 5. Major Books of Hadith

D)-History of Muslims in India 1. Arrival of Muslims in India 2. Beginning of Delhi Sultanate 3. Mughal Empire 4. Contribution of Muslims in the Indian National Movement.

Famous Rulers 1. Qutubuddin Aibak 2. Ghyasuddin Balban 3. Alauddin Khilji 4. Firoz Shah Tughlaq 5. Zahiruddin Babar 6. Sher Shah Suri 7. Jalaluddin Akbar 8. Aurangzeb Alamgir 8. Hyder Ali 9. Tipu Sultan 10. Bahadur Shah Zafar

E)-Muslim Culture in India Famous Sufis and `Ulama 1. Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti 2. Baba Farid Ganje Shakkar 3. Khwaja Nizamuddin Awliya 4. Sheikh Ahmad Sirhindi 5. Shah Waliullah 6. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan 7. Maulana Shibli 8. Maulana Mohammad Ali Johar 9. Maualana Abul Klam Azad

Famous Monuments 1. Qutub Minar 2. Golcanda Monuments 3. Red Fort 4. Taj Mahal 5. Jama Masjid

Brief Syllabus of SSSC (Humanities / Commerce)AMU

Civics –  

Democratic Politics Power Sharing Mechanisms in Democracy, Competition and Contestation in Democracy, Outcomes of Democracy, Challenges to Democracy, Is the idea of democracy shrinking? What are the major challenges to democracy India? How can democracy be reformed and deepened? What role can an ordinary citizen play in deepening democracy? What is democracy? Why democracy? : What are the different ways of defining democracy? Electoral Politics in Democracy, Institutions of Parliamentary Democracy, What is the role of the President of India, the Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers? How do these relate to one another? Citizens’ Rights in Democracy, What are the Fundamental Rights enjoyed by the citizen under the Indian constitution? How does the judiciary protect the Fundamental Rights of the citizen? How is the independence of the judiciary ensured?

Economics

The Story of Development : The traditional notion of development; National Income and pre-capita income, Growth of NI-critical appraisal of existing development indicators (PCI, IMR, SR ad other income and health indicators), Growth of Service Sector in India; India as a major service provider to the world. Money and Financial System : Role of money in an economy, Local money lenders, landlords, self help groups. Globalisation, Economic Reforms 1991; Consumer Awareness : How consumer is exploited (one or two simple case studies) factors causing exploitation of consumers; The Economic Story of Palampore, People as Resource, Poverty as a challenge facing India, Food Security,  food-public distribution system-role of cooperatives in food security (food grains, milk and vegetables ration shops, cooperative shops, two-three examples as case studies).

History

French Revolution, The legacy Rise of Nazims ➢ The growth of social democracy ➢ The crises in Germany ➢ The basis of Hitler’s rise to power ➢ The ideology of Nazism, Change within rural economies in the modern world. Sports and Politics ➢ The Story of Cricket ➢ The emergence of Cricket as an English Sport ➢ Cricket and colonialism ➢ Cricket Nationalism and de-colonialization. Nationalism in Europe ➢ The growth of nationalism in Europe after the 1830s ➢ The ideas of Giuseppe Mazzini etc. ➢ General Characteristics of the movements in Poland, Hungary, Italy Germany and Greece. Nationalism in India : Civil Disobedience Movement ➢ First world war, Khilafat and Non-cooperation ➢ Salt Satyagraha ➢ Movement of peasants, workers, tribals ➢ Activities of different political groups Industrilization 1850s – 1950s ➢ Contrast between the form of industrilization in Britain and India ➢ Relationship between handicrafts and industrial production, formal and informal sectors ➢ Livelihood of workers. Implications of globalization for livelihood patterns Print Culture and nationalism ➢ The History of Print in Europe ➢ The growth of press in nineteenth century India ➢ Relationship between print culture, public debates and politics

Geography

➢ India Size and location ➢ Climate ➢ Drainage ➢ Natural Vegetation ➢ Wildlife ➢ Population ➢ Resources ➢ Natural Resources  ➢ Agriculture ➢ Water resources ➢ Mineral Resources ➢ Power Resources ➢ Manufacturing Industries ➢ Transport, communication and trade. ➢ Disaster Management

Mathematics – Number Systems, Algebra, Coordinate Geometry, Geometry, Mensuration, Statistics And Probability, Trigonometry

Indo-Islamic Culture

A)-Aqaid & Ibadat 1. Faith in God 2. Faith in Angels 3. Faith in the Divine Books. 4. Faith in Messengers of God. 5. Faith in After-Life 6. Faith in Crecreation 7. Destiny B)-Seerate-Rasool-e-Akram 1. Birth 2. Childhood 3. Youth 4. Be’sat 5. Hijrat 6. Madina Period 7. Demise C)-Quran and Hadith 1. Introduction to Qur’an 2. History of the Revelation of the Quran 3. History of Compilation of the Quran 4. Introduction to Hadith 5. Major Books of Hadith D)-History of Muslims in India 1. Arrival of Muslims in India 2. Beginning of Delhi Sultanate 3. Mughal Empire 4. Contribution of Muslims in the Indian National Movement. Famous Rulers 1. Qutubuddin Aibak 2. Ghyasuddin Balban 3. Alauddin Khilji 4. Firoz Shah Tughlaq 5. Zahiruddin Babar 6. Sher Shah Suri 7. Jalaluddin Akbar 8. Aurangzeb Alamgir 8. Hyder Ali 9. Tipu Sultan 10. Bahadur Shah Zafar E)-Muslim Culture in India Famous Sufis and `Ulama 1. Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti 2. Baba Farid Ganje Shakkar 3. Khwaja Nizamuddin Awliya 4. Sheikh Ahmad Sirhindi 5. Shah Waliullah 6. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan 7. Maulana Shibli 8. Maulana Mohammad Ali Johar 9. Maualana Abul Klam Azad Famous Monuments 1. Qutub Minar 2. Golcanda Monuments 3. Red Fort 4. Taj Mahal 5. Jama Masjid

You can get full & detailed syllabus of all AMU SSSC Entrance Exams by clicking on following link.

Without knowing syllabus, you may waste your time in studying unnecessary topics. So, Students have to thoroughly go through the syllabus to perform well in Entrance exams. Aspirants can prepare better by knowing which topics to cover in depth and which require only canopy information. The students can follow following tips:

  1. Prepare a subject-wise list of topics

  2. Divide the subjects & topics into “easy and hard” according to yourself.

Also classified the topics into maximum and minimum marks weightage on the basis of previous years question papers.

2. Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme

After knowing syllabus, you must understand the Exam Pattern of SSSC Entrance Exam. This will help you to get an idea f overall structure of exam. Admission Test based on objective type (multiple choice questions). For Commerce/Humanities Streams:-  There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising 100 questions with the following breakup:

  • Social Studies: 60 Marks

  • Maths : 20 Marks

  • G K: 10 Marks

  • Indo-Islamic Culture : 10 Marks

For Science Streams:- 

There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks comprising 100 questions with the following breakup :

  • Science (PCB): 50 Marks

  • Mathematics: 30 Marks

  • G K: 10 Marks

  • Indo-Islamic Culture: 10 Marks

It will help the aspirants in their better preparation and time managements. You can get exam pattern and marking scheme of all AMU Entrance Exams by clicking on following link

3. Get Basic Preparation books

To crack AMU SSSC Entrance exam, you have to select your study material very carefully. If you don’t do this, your chances of selection will be decrease. Aspirants need to make a list of some basic Text books (From their IX & X classes) for preparation of AMU entrance exam. Candidates should start their preparation from studying NCERT Textbooks used AMU academics.

After completing NCERTs and Basic Textbooks of previous classes, a candidate can move on to preparation books or guides. Aspirants are advised to purchase at least one/two preparation books or guides for AMU Entrance Exams according to applied courses. Students are advised to avoid reading multiple books, i.e. don’t read too many guides or reference books. Some important books are mentioned in the end of the article.

4. Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table

Aspirants require preparing a time-table on what topics to cover when, which topics/subjects require high priority and how much to cover a daily, weekly and monthly basis. The benefit of having a daily study schedule is once you are finished with a task, you already know what is next on your schedule.

A proper and good time-table is very helpful s the candidate have to maintain a balance between his studies and other things. There should be breaks between long continuous study hours. They can follow “50/10 or 25/5 – Rule” (50 or 25 mins for study and 10 or 5 mins of break). You have to distribute your time according to your weakness and strengths. There should be proper time for study, food and sleep.

Students are advised to create a daily plan & while making a time schedule, special time slot should be provide for completing the syllabus of applied course. Revise the syllabus and content, attempt as many questions papers, mock tests and previous year papers for better preparation and time should given to all these steps of preparation wisely

5. Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly

During studying basic texts books of previous classes or NCERT textbooks, students should make or prepare shorts and understandable notes of physics, chemistry, and Maths,  which will be asked in entrance exam. Make easy notes by making Flow Charts, Diagrams, Tables and Posters etc. and stick them wherever possible and review them at least two times a day before sleeping

There should be fixed revision slot of 1-3 hours in your time-table. Revision is a continuous process. You may think you have prepared a particular topic, chapter or subject perfectly but you won’t able be able to retain it unless you revise again and again. It will give you to get perfect on that particular topic or subject. Student can enhance their revision by solving practice questions on the topic from reference books instead. This will help the students to understand the concepts just studied. The students can use easy to digest notes for their preparation for AMU SSSC Entrance Exams.

6. Go through Previous Years Question papers

The next step to qualify the AMU SSSC Entrance Exams is to prepare previous years papers. During & after making the notes, candidates need to go through the previous year question papers (At least 7 years) of exams of applied courses. Learn the pattern of solving questions. This is possible only through regular and constant practice.

There is no better method to know the frames and traps for AMU Entrance Exams than practicing papers from the past years. You will likewise get a thought of how much time you have to solve the whole paper as well as what kind of inquiries can come and how you have to handle them. Solving past year papers will also give you the best idea of level of AMU entrance exams.

Candidates should learn and prepare all questions of previous year papers. There is repetition of few questions every year in most of Written or Descriptive Entrance Exams. So, you have to learn previous year question papers. All AMU previous year question papers of last 3 years are available on our site. You can download these papers by clicking on following link.

7. Give Mock Tests & Sample papers

Next step is to give mock tests and practicing sample papers. For this you can buy entrance sample papers of applied course from any books shop or you can join regular test series (online/coaching) and give mock tests at home online or in coaching. The main benefit of giving mock tests is that the aspirants can analysis their performance in test. They can check their mistakes, time spent on individual question, section of exam or on whole exam, and suggestions for improvements.

Students should try to crack mock tests or sample papers within a specific time slot. The general mistake made by most of aspirants is that they never review what they have solved. Whenever you are solving a mock test, try to analyze the questions or topics you are facing a problems with and the areas you are quick to solve. Develop a good planning while solving the practice papers. 50% of the questions in the paper have a low difficulty level, so solve them first. Never solve the paper in row and avoid the questions you face problems or difficulty.

8. Few references books & preparation guides

  1. NCERT Text Books, Class IX and X,

  2. Lucent’s GK

  3. Aligarh Muslim University/Jamia Millia Islamia University Senior Secondary School 2020 Guide

  4. XI Science and Diploma Engineering Entrance Guide by Arihant Experts

  5. The Conceptum AMU/Jamia 10+2 Science & Diploma Entrance Guide

  6. AMU XI Diploma Question Bank

  7. Maulan Maududi: Risalae Diniyat,

  8. Qazi Zainul Abidin: Tarikhe Millat

  9. Sadruddin Islahi: Quran ka Taaruf,

  10. Maulana Farooqu Khan: Hadith ka Taaruf;

  11. Sheikh Ikram Abe Kausar – Mouje Kausar and Roode Kausar

crack AMU B.Tech Entrance Exam

How to crack AMU B.Tech Entrance Exams

Introduction: How to crack AMU B.Tech Entrance Exam

crack AMU B.Tech Entrance Exam

This entrance exam is conducted by the Faculty of Engineering and Technology. AMU B.Tech. Entrance exam is one of the toughest entrance exams in AMU. This exam needs proper planning study strategies to clear this exam.

Therefore, there are good chances of getting admission in AMU through this test. Without good planning and strategies, it will be little tougher for aspirants to get success in AMU B.Tech entrance exam. So, we are providing you some steps & tips which may help you to crack this Entrance Exam.

  • Know the Syllabus in detail.

  • Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme.

  • Get Basic Preparation books.

  • Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table.

  • Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly.

  • Go through Previous Years Question papers.

  • Give Mock Tests & Sample papers.

  • Few references books & preparation guides.

Also check: How to crack AMU SSSC Entrance Exams

1. Know the Syllabus in detail

The first step to succeed in AMU B.Tech Entrance Exam, you must know the syllabus of exam. You have to understand the each & every topic of the syllabus. If you are aware of the syllabus, you will able to know; what to study and how much you have to read and how much you have to leave or particular exam.

Brief Syllabus of B.Tech AMU

  • Physics:

    Physical World and Measurement, Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work, Energy and Power, Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body, Gravitation , Properties of Bulk Matter, Thermodynamics, Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory, Oscillations and Waves, Electrostatics, Current Electricity, Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents, Electromagnetic Waves, Optics, Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation, Atoms & Nuclei, Electronic Devices, Communication Systems.

  • Chemistry:

    Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry, Structure of Atom, Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, States of Matter, Chemical Thermodynamics, Equilibrium, Hydrogen, s-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals), Some p-Block Elements, Organic Chemistry – Some Basic Principles and Techniques, Hydrocarbons, Environmental Chemistry, Solid State, Electrochemistry , Chemical Kinetics, Activation energy, General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements Principles and methods of extraction

  • Mathematics:

    Sets And Functions, Relations & Functions, Trigonometric Functions, Algebra, Principle Of Mathematical Induction, Complex Numbers And Quadratic Equations, Linear Inequalities, Permutations And Combinations, Binomial Theorem , Sequence And Series, Coordinate Geometry, Straight Lines, Conic Section, Introduction To Three Dimensional Geometry ,Calculus: Limits And Derivatives, Mathematical Reasoning, Probability, Relations And Functions, Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Matrices , Determinants, Continuity And Differentiability, Applications Of Derivatives, Integrals Integration As Inverse Process Of Differentiation. Integration Of A Variety Of Functions By Substitution, Basic Properties Of Definite Integrals And Evaluation Of Definite Integrals, Applications Of The Integrals, Differential Equations, Vectors And Three Dimensional Geometry ,Three – Dimensional Geometry, Linear Programming, Probability

You can get detailed syllabus of all AMU B.Tech Entrance Exams by clicking on following link.

Without knowing syllabus, you may waste your time in studying unnecessary topics. So, Students have to thoroughly go through the syllabus to perform well in Entrance exams. Aspirants can prepare better by knowing which topics to cover in depth and which require only canopy information. The students can follow following tips:

  1. Prepare a subject-wise list of topics

  2. Divide the subjects & topics into “easy and hard” according to yourself.

  3. Also classified the topics into maximum and minimum marks weightage on the basis of previous years question papers.

2. Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme

After knowing syllabus, you must understand the Exam Pattern of B.Tech Entrance Exam. This will help you to get an idea f overall structure of exam. There shall be one objective type paper of 150 marks comprising 150 questions on Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.

It will help the aspirants in their better preparation and time managements. You can get exam pattern and marking scheme of all AMU Entrance Exams by clicking on following link

3. Get Basic Preparation books

To crack AMU B.Tech Entrance exam, you have to select your study material very carefully. If you don’t do this, your chances of selection will be decrease. Aspirants need to make a list of some basic Text books (From their XI & XII classes) for preparation of AMU entrance exam. Candidates should start their preparation from studying NCERT Textbooks used AMU academics.

After completing NCERTs and Basic Textbooks of previous classes, a candidate can move on to preparation books or guides. Aspirants are advised to purchase at least one/two preparation books or guides for AMU Entrance Exams according to applied courses. Students are advised to avoid reading multiple books, i.e. don’t read too many guides or reference books. Some important books are mentioned in the end of the article.

4. Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table

Aspirants require preparing a time-table on what topics to cover when, which topics/subjects require high priority and how much to cover a daily, weekly and monthly basis. The benefit of having a daily study schedule is once you are finished with a task, you already know what is next on your schedule.

A proper and good time-table is very helpful s the candidate have to maintain a balance between his studies and other things. There should be breaks between long continuous study hours. They can follow “50/10 or 25/5 – Rule” (50 or 25 mins for study and 10 or 5 mins of break). You have to distribute your time according to your weakness and strengths. There should be proper time for study, food and sleep. Students are advised to create a daily plan & while making a time schedule, special time slot should be provide for completing the syllabus of applied course. Revise the syllabus and content, attempt as many questions papers, mock tests and previous year papers for better preparation and time should given to all these steps of preparation wisely.

5. Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly

During studying basic texts books of previous classes or NCERT textbooks, students should make or prepare shorts and understandable notes of physics, chemistry, and Maths,  which will be asked in entrance exam. Make easy notes by making Flow Charts, Diagrams, Tables and Posters etc. and stick them wherever possible and review them at least two times a day before sleeping.

There should be fixed revision slot of 1-3 hours in your time-table. Revision is a continuous process. You may think you have prepared a particular topic, chapter or subject perfectly but you won’t able be able to retain it unless you revise again and again. It will give you to get perfect on that particular topic or subject. Student can enhance their revision by solving practice questions on the topic from reference books instead. This will help the students to understand the concepts just studied. The students can use easy to digest notes for their preparation for AMU B.Tech Entrance Exams.

6. Go through Previous Years Question papers

The next step to qualify the AMU B.Tech Entrance Exams is to prepare previous years papers. During & after making the notes, candidates need to go through the previous year question papers (At least 5 years) of exams of applied courses. Learn the pattern of solving questions. This is possible only through regular and constant practice.

There is no better method to know the frames and traps for AMU Entrance Exams than practicing papers from the past years. You will likewise get a thought of how much time you have to solve the whole paper as well as what kind of inquiries can come and how you have to handle them. Solving past year papers will also give you the best idea of level of AMU entrance exams.

Candidates should learn and prepare all questions of previous year papers. There is repetition of few questions every year in most of Written or Descriptive Entrance Exams. So, you have to learn previous year question papers. All AMU previous year question papers of last 3 years are available on our site. You can download these papers by clicking on following link.

7. Give Mock Tests & Sample papers

Next step is to give mock tests and practicing sample papers. For this you can buy entrance sample papers of applied course from any books shop or you can join regular test series (online/coaching) and give mock tests at home online or in coaching. The main benefit of giving mock tests is that the aspirants can analysis their performance in test. They can check their mistakes, time spent on individual question, section of exam or on whole exam, and suggestions for improvements.

Students should try to crack mock tests or sample papers within a specific time slot. The general mistake made by most of aspirants is that they never review what they have solved. Whenever you are solving a mock test, try to analyze the questions or topics you are facing a problems with and the areas you are quick to solve. Develop a good planning while solving the practice papers. 50% of the questions in the paper have a low difficulty level, so solve them first. Never solve the paper in row and avoid the questions you face problems or difficulty.

8. Few references books & preparation guides

Recommended Text Books:

  • Mathematics Part I – Textbook for Class XI, NCERT Publication.

  • Mathematics Part II – Textbook for Class XI, NCERT Publication

  • Course in Mathematics for IIT-JEE – Tata McGraw Hill

  • Coordinate Geometry for IIT-JEE – S.K. Goyal

  • Differential Calculus for IIT-JEE – Amit Agarwal

  • NCERT Chemistry –Class 11 and 12

  • Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry – O.P. Tandon

  • Organic Chemistry –Jagdamba Singh

  • NCERT Physics – Class 11 and 12

  • Concepts of Physics (Vol 1 & 2) – H.C. Verma (Highly Recommended)

Understanding Physics Series (5 books) – D.C. Pandey

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How to crack AMU B.Com Entrance Exam

Introduction: How to crack AMU B.Com Entrance Exams

_crack AMU B.Com Entrance Exams

AMU B.Com. Entrance exam is conducted by the Faculty of commerce. The students from commerce background apply for this course. Therefore, there are good chances of getting admission in AMU through this test. So, we are providing you some steps & tips which may help you to crack AMU B.Com Entrance Exam.

  • Know the Syllabus in detail.

  • Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme.

  • Get Basic Preparation books.

  • Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table.

  • Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly.

  • Go through Previous Years Question papers.

  • Give Mock Tests & Sample papers.

Few references books & preparation guides.

1. Know the Syllabus in detail

The first step to succeed in any AMU B.Com Entrance Exam, you must know the syllabus of exam. You have to understand the each & every topic of the syllabus. If you are aware of the syllabus, you will able to know; what to study and how much you have to read and how much you have to leave or particular exam.

ENGLISH:

Comprehension at paragraph and sentence levels, identification of Common errors; grammar and usage; Vocabulary – word formation, synonyms, antonyms, pairing of words, Sentence structure and construction, prepositions, completion of sentences.

ACCOUNTANCY

(i) Accounting for Non-Profit Organizations. (ii) Partnership Accounting: Goodwill, Admission, Retirement and Death of Partner and Dissolution of Partnership Firms. (iii) Company Accounts: Issue of Shares and Debentures, Forfeiture & Reissue, Redemption of Shares and Debentures, Final Accounts of Companies. (iv) Analysis of Financial Statements: Ratio Analysis – Profitability, Liquidity, Solvency and Activity Ratios, Cash and (as per revised standard issued by ICAI). (v) Computerized Accounting System: Concepts, Features and Structures.

BUSINESS STUDIES

(i) Nature, Functions and Principles of Management. (ii) Business Finance: Financial Management, Financial Plans, Money Market, Stock Exchange and SEBI. (iii) Marketing Management: Concept, Functions and Marketing Mix. (iv) Consumer Protection: Consumer Rights, Consumer Awareness and Redressal System. ECONOMICS (i) Consumer and Producer’s Equilibrium, Laws and Demand and supply. (ii) Forms of Markets and Price Determination (iii) National Income (iv) Money and Banking (v) Determination of Income and Employment (vi) Government Budget

ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS &

STATISTICS:

Statistics: Collection, Organization and Presentation of Data; Measures of Central Tendency – Mean (simple and weighted), Median and Mode; Measures of Dispersion – Absolute dispersion (range, quartile deviation, mean deviation, standard deviation), Relative dispersion (coefficient of quartile deviation, coefficient of mean deviation, coefficient of variation); Correlation – Measures of Correlation; Introduction to Index Numbers; Probability. REASONING AND NUMERICAL ABILITY (i) Critical (ii) Analytical (iii) Verbal (iv) Logical (v) Data Interpretation GENERAL AWARENESS (i) Indian Economy (ii) World Organizations (iii) Indian and World Geography (iv) Indian Polity and Constitution (v) General Science and Technology (vi) Sports, Awards and Corporate Affairs. You can get detailed syllabus of all AMU B.Com Entrance Exams by clicking on following link.

2. Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme

After knowing syllabus, you must understand the Exam Pattern of AMU B.Com Entrance Exam. This will help you to get an idea f overall structure of exam.

There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following components:

  • English : 25 Marks

  • Accountancy : 20 Marks

  • Business Studies : 15 Marks

  • Economics : 10 Marks

  • Elementary Mathematics & Statistics : 10 Marks

  • Reasoning & Numerical Ability : 10 Marks

  • General Awareness : 10 Marks

The Aspirants also have to know the marking in the exams – meaning they should aware of the marks making scheme of entrance papers. There are some basic questions whose answers should be known to aspirants:

  1. A question has how many marks?

  2. Which subjects have maximum or minimum marks weightage?

  • What may be the cutoff for selection?

It will help the aspirants in their better preparation and time managements. You can get exam pattern and marking scheme of AMU B.Com Entrance Exams by clicking on following link.

3. Get Basic Preparation books

To crack AMU B.Com Entrance exam, you have to select your study material very carefully. If you don’t do this, your chances of selection will be decrease. Aspirants need to make a list of some basic Text books (From their XI & XII classes) for preparation of AMU entrance exam. Candidates should start their preparation from studying NCERT Textbooks used AMU academics.

After completing NCERTs and Basic Textbooks of previous classes, a candidate can move on to preparation books or guides. Aspirants are advised to purchase at least one/two preparation books or guides for AMU Entrance Exams according to applied courses. Students are advised to avoid reading multiple books, i.e. don’t read too many guides or reference books. Some important books are mentioned in the end of the article.

4. Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table

Aspirants require preparing a time-table on what topics to cover when, which topics/subjects require high priority and how much to cover a daily, weekly and monthly basis. The benefit of having a daily study schedule is once you are finished with a task, you already know what is next on your schedule.

A proper and good time-table is very helpful s the candidate have to maintain a balance between his studies and other things. There should be breaks between long continuous study hours. They can follow “50/10 or 25/5 – Rule” (50 or 25 mins for study and 10 or 5 mins of break). You have to distribute your time according to your weakness and strengths. There should be proper time for study, food and sleep.

Students are advised to create a daily plan & while making a time schedule, special time slot should be provide for completing the syllabus of applied course. Revise the syllabus and content, attempt as many questions papers, mock tests and previous year papers for better preparation and time should given to all these steps of preparation wisely

5. Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly

During studying basic texts books of previous classes or NCERT textbooks, students should make or prepare shorts and understandable notes of respective humanities subjects which will be asked in entrance exam. Make easy notes by making Flow Charts, Diagrams, Tables and Posters etc. and stick them wherever possible and review them at least two times a day before sleeping.

There should be fixed revision slot of 1-3 hours in your time-table. Revision is a continuous process. You may think you have prepared a particular topic, chapter or subject perfectly but you won’t able be able to retain it unless you revise again and again. It will give you to get perfect on that particular topic or subject. Student can enhance their revision by solving practice questions on the topic from reference books instead.

This will help the students to understand the concepts just studied. The students can use easy to digest notes for their preparation for AMU B.Com Entrance Exams.

6. Go through Previous Years Question papers

The next step to qualify the AMU B.Com Entrance Exams is to prepare previous years papers. During & after making the notes, candidates need to go through the previous year question papers (At least 5 years). Learn the pattern of solving questions. This is possible only through regular and constant practice.

There is no better method to know the frames and traps for this B.Com Entrance Exam than practicing papers from the past years. You will likewise get a thought of how much time you have to solve the whole paper as well as what kind of inquiries can come and how you have to handle them.

Solving past year papers will also give you the best idea of level of entrance exams. Candidates should learn and prepare all questions of previous year papers. There is repetition of few questions every year in most of Written or Descriptive Entrance Exams. So, you have to learn previous year question papers. AMU B.Com previous year question papers of last 3 years are available on our site. You can download these papers by clicking on following link.

7. Give Mock Tests & Sample papers

Next step is to give mock tests and practicing sample papers. For this you can buy entrance sample papers of applied course from any books shop or you can join regular test series (online/coaching) and give mock tests at home online or in coaching. The main benefit of giving mock tests is that the aspirants can analysis their performance in test. They can check their mistakes, time spent on individual question, section of exam or on whole exam, and suggestions for improvements.

Students should try to crack mock tests or sample papers within a specific time slot. The general mistake made by most of aspirants is that they never review what they have solved. Whenever you are solving a mock test, try to analyze the questions or topics you are facing a problems with and the areas you are quick to solve. Develop a good planning while solving the practice papers. 50% of the questions in the paper have a low difficulty level, so solve them first. Never solve the paper in row and avoid the questions you face problems or difficulty.

8. Few references books & preparation guides

AMU B.Ed. Entrance Exam

How to crack AMU B.Ed. Entrance Exam

Introduction:How to crack AMU B.Ed. Entrance Exams

AMU B.Ed. Entrance Exam

B.Ed. course is considered as one of the best courses for securing jobs in public sector. AMU also conducts B.Ed. Entrance Exam. The Department of Education offers this two years programme. All centres of AMU offer some seats to get admission.

The competition is also here for the admission in this course and proper study strategies are needed to qualify this entrance exam. So, we are providing you some helpful steps & tips which may help you to crack AMU B.Ed. Entrance Exam.

  • Know the Syllabus in detail.

  • Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme.

  • Get Basic Preparation books.

  • Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table.

  • Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly.

  • Go through Previous Years Question papers.

  • Give Mock Tests & Sample papers.

Few references books & preparation guides.

Also Check: How to crack AMU MBA Entrance Exams

1. Know the Syllabus in detail

The first step to succeed in any AMU B.Ed. Entrance Exam, you must know the syllabus of exam. You have to understand the each & every topic of the syllabus. If you are aware of the syllabus, you will able to know; what to study and how much you have to read and how much you have to leave or particular exam. Brief Syllabus of B.Ed. AMU

  • General English

  • Reasoning

  • Teaching Aptitude

  • Current Educational Affairs

                            

You can get detailed syllabus of all AMU B.Com Entrance Exams by clicking on following link.

2. Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme

After knowing syllabus, you must understand the Exam Pattern of AMU B.Ed. Entrance Exam. This will help you to get an idea f overall structure of exam. There shall be one paper of 100 marks comprising 100 questions on

  • Reasoning : 25 questions

  • General English : 25 questions

  • Teaching Aptitude : 25 questions

  • Current Educational Affairs : 25 questions

 

The Aspirants also have to know the marking in the exams – meaning they should aware of the marks making scheme of entrance papers. There are some basic questions whose answers should be known to aspirants:


  1. A question has how many marks?


  2. Which subjects have maximum or minimum marks weightage?


  • What may be the cutoff for selection?

It will help the aspirants in their better preparation and time managements. You can get exam pattern and marking scheme of AMU B.Ed. Entrance Exams by clicking on following link.

3. Get Basic Preparation books

To crack AMU B.Ed. Entrance exam, you have to select your study material very carefully. If you don’t do this, your chances of selection will be decrease. Aspirants need to make a list of some basic Text books (From their XI & XII classes) for preparation of AMU entrance exam. Candidates should start their preparation from studying NCERT Textbooks used AMU academics.

After completing NCERTs and Basic Textbooks of previous classes, a candidate can move on to preparation books or guides. Aspirants are advised to purchase at least one/two preparation books or guides for AMU Entrance Exams according to applied courses. Students are advised to avoid reading multiple books, i.e. don’t read too many guides or reference books. Some important books are mentioned in the end of the article.

4. Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table

Aspirants require preparing a time-table on what topics to cover when, which topics/subjects require high priority and how much to cover a daily, weekly and monthly basis. The benefit of having a daily study schedule is once you are finished with a task, you already know what is next on your schedule.

A proper and good time-table is very helpful s the candidate have to maintain a balance between his studies and other things. There should be breaks between long continuous study hours. They can follow “50/10 or 25/5 – Rule” (50 or 25 mins for study and 10 or 5 mins of break). You have to distribute your time according to your weakness and strengths. There should be proper time for study, food and sleep.

Students are advised to create a daily plan & while making a time schedule, special time slot should be provide for completing the syllabus of applied course. Revise the syllabus and content, attempt as many questions papers, mock tests and previous year papers for better preparation and time should given to all these steps of preparation wisely

5. Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly

During studying basic texts books of previous classes or NCERT textbooks, students should make or prepare shorts and understandable notes of respective humanities subjects which will be asked in entrance exam. Make easy notes by making Flow Charts, Diagrams, Tables and Posters etc. and stick them wherever possible and review them at least two times a day before sleeping.

There should be fixed revision slot of 1-3 hours in your time-table. Revision is a continuous process. You may think you have prepared a particular topic, chapter or subject perfectly but you won’t able be able to retain it unless you revise again and again. It will give you to get perfect on that particular topic or subject. Student can enhance their revision by solving practice questions on the topic from reference books instead.

This will help the students to understand the concepts just studied. The students can use easy to digest notes for their preparation for AMU B.Ed. Entrance Exams.

6. Go through Previous Years Question papers

The next step to qualify the AMU B.Ed. Entrance Exams is to prepare previous years papers. During & after making the notes, candidates need to go through the previous year question papers (At least 5 years). Learn the pattern of solving questions. This is possible only through regular and constant practice.

There is no better method to know the frames and traps for this B.Ed. Entrance Exam than practicing papers from the past years. You will likewise get a thought of how much time you have to solve the whole paper as well as what kind of inquiries can come and how you have to handle them.

Solving past year papers will also give you the best idea of level of entrance exams. Candidates should learn and prepare all questions of previous year papers. There is repetition of few questions every year in most of Written or Descriptive Entrance Exams. So, you have to learn previous year question papers. AMU B.Ed. previous year question papers of last 3 years are available on our site. You can download these papers by clicking on following link.

7. Give Mock Tests & Sample papers

Next step is to give mock tests and practicing sample papers. For this you can buy entrance sample papers of applied course from any books shop or you can join regular test series (online/coaching) and give mock tests at home online or in coaching. The main benefit of giving mock tests is that the aspirants can analysis their performance in test. They can check their mistakes, time spent on individual question, section of exam or on whole exam, and suggestions for improvements.

Students should try to crack mock tests or sample papers within a specific time slot. The general mistake made by most of aspirants is that they never review what they have solved. Whenever you are solving a mock test, try to analyze the questions or topics you are facing a problems with and the areas you are quick to solve. Develop a good planning while solving the practice papers. 50% of the questions in the paper have a low difficulty level, so solve them first. Never solve the paper in row and avoid the questions you face problems or difficulty

8. Few references books & preparation guides

  • AMU B.Ed. by Arihant Experts

  • The Conceptum BED Entrance Examination Test Guide by Iftekhar Ahmed

  • Success Review AMU/JMI Entrance Guide for B. Ed.

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How to crack AMU B.A.L.L.B. Entrance Exam

Introduction: How to crack AMU B.A.L.L.B. Entrance Exams

crack AMU B.A.L.L.B. Entrance Exam

This is the only undergraduate course in the Department of Law, AMU. This AMU B.A.L.L.B. Entrance Exam is conducted by Faculty of Law. The students of all streams (Science, Humanities & Commerce) can applied for this course. Hence, the number of applied candidates is very large and this make this competition little harder to clear. But you can qualify this entrance exam by proper guidance and planning.

The following steps & tips can help you in your preparation for AMU B.A.L.L.B. Entrance Exam.

  • Know the Syllabus in detail.

  • Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme.

  • Get Basic Preparation books.

  • Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table.

  • Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly.

  • Go through Previous Years Question papers.

  • Give Mock Tests & Sample papers.

Few references books & preparation guides.

Also Check: Best trainnig hacks to get selected in AMU M.B.B.S

1. Know the Syllabus in detail

The first step to succeed in any AMU B.A.L.L.B. Entrance Exam, you must know the syllabus of exam. You have to understand the each & every topic of the syllabus. If you are aware of the syllabus, you will able to know; what to study and how much you have to read and how much you have to leave or particular exam. Brief Syllabus of B.A.L.L.B. AMU

  1. English Language:

    Comprehension of paragraph and sentence levels, identification of Common errors; grammar and usage; Vocabulary – world formation, synonyms, antonyms, pairing of words. Sentence Structure and construction, prepositions, completion of sentences.

    1. General Awareness And Current Affairs:

      Question will be based on the CBSE curriculum (SSSC level) covering the following topics : Indian Constitution; Political Theory; Indian Polity; Pre and Post Independence; Contemporary World Politics, Human Rights; Archaeology and Ancient India; History of Medieval and Modern India, Introductory World History; Human Geography; Games and Sports; Awards and Honours; Abbreviations and Acronyms; Prominent Books and Authors.

    2. Reasoning And Intelligence:

      Verbal reasoning and verbal analogy, letter series, number series, syllogism, terms and prepositions.

2. Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme

2. After knowing syllabus, you must understand the Exam Pattern of AMU B.A.L.L.B. Entrance Exam. This will help you to get an idea of overall structure of exam. There shall be one paper of 100 marks consisting of 100 objective type questions on

  • Proficiency in English: 40 marks

  • Current Affairs/General Knowledge (with emphasis on legal issues): 40 marks

  • Reasoning and Aptitude: 20 marks

Duration of the Exam – 2 Hours

Total Subjects – General English, Current Affairs/General Knowledge (with emphasis on legal issues), Reasoning and Aptitude Mode of Exam – Offline/Pen-Paper Based  

3. Get Basic Preparation books

To crack AMU B.A.L.L.B. Entrance exam, you have to select your study material very carefully. If you don’t do this, your chances of selection will be decrease. Aspirants need to make a list of some basic Text books (From their XI & XII classes) for preparation of AMU entrance exam. Candidates should start their preparation from studying NCERT Textbooks used AMU academics.

After completing NCERTs and Basic Textbooks of previous classes, a candidate can move on to preparation books or guides. Aspirants are advised to purchase at least one/two preparation books or guides for AMU Entrance Exams. Students are advised to avoid reading multiple books, i.e. don’t read too many guides or reference books. Some important books are mentioned in the end of the article.

4. Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table

Aspirants require preparing a time-table on what topics to cover when, which topics/subjects require high priority and how much to cover a daily, weekly and monthly basis.

A proper and good time-table is very helpful s the candidate have to maintain a balance between his studies and other things. There should be breaks between long continuous study hours. They can follow “50/10 or 25/5 – Rule” (50 or 25 mins for study and 10 or 5 mins of break). You have to distribute your time according to your weakness and strengths. There should be proper time for study, food and sleep. Students are advised to create a daily plan & while making a time schedule, special time slot should be provide for completing the syllabus of applied course. Revise the syllabus and content, attempt as many questions papers, mock tests and previous year papers for better preparation and time should given to all these steps of preparation wisely.

5. Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly

During studying basic texts books of previous classes or NCERT textbooks, students should make or prepare shorts and understandable notes of respective humanities subjects which will be asked in entrance exam. Make easy notes by making Flow Charts, Diagrams, Tables and Posters etc. and stick them wherever possible and review them at least two times a day before sleeping.

There should be fixed revision slot of 1-3 hours in your time-table. Revision is a continuous process. You may think you have prepared a particular topic, chapter or subject perfectly but you won’t able be able to retain it unless you revise again and again. It will give you to get perfect on that particular topic or subject. Student can enhance their revision by solving practice questions on the topic from reference books instead.

6. Go through Previous Years Question papers

The next step to qualify the AMU B.A.L.L.B. Entrance Exams is to prepare previous years papers. During & after making the notes, candidates need to go through the previous year question papers (At least 5 years). Learn the pattern of solving questions. This is possible only through regular and constant practice.

There is no better method to know the frames and traps for entrance exams than practicing papers from the past years. You will likewise get a thought of how much time you have to solve the whole paper as well as what kind of inquiries can come and how you have to handle them.

Solving past year papers will also give you the best idea of level of AMU entrance exams. Candidates should learn and prepare all questions of previous year papers.

All AMU B.A.L.L.B. previous year question papers of last 3 years are available on our site. You can download these papers by clicking on following link.

7. Give Mock Tests & Sample papers

Next step is to give mock tests and practicing sample papers. For this you can buy entrance sample papers of applied course from any books shop or you can join regular test series (online/coaching) and give mock tests at home online or in coaching. The main benefit of giving mock tests is that the aspirants can analysis their performance in test. They can check their mistakes, time spent on individual question, section of exam or on whole exam, and suggestions for improvements.

Students should try to crack mock tests or sample papers within a specific time slot. The general mistake made by most of aspirants is that they never review what they have solved. Whenever you are solving a mock test, try to analyze the questions or topics you are facing a problems with and the areas you are quick to solve. Develop a good planning while solving the practice papers. 50% of the questions in the paper have a low difficulty level, so solve them first. Never solve the paper in row and avoid the questions you face problems or difficulty.

8. Few references books & preparation guides

  • Objective General English 2020 by AP Bhardwaj

  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis

  • General Knowledge 2019-2020 by Disha Experts

  • Legal Awareness and Legal Reasoning by Pearson

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AMU B.Sc. Entrance Exams

How to crack AMU B.Sc. Entrance Exam

Introduction: How to crack AMU B.Sc. Entrance Exam

AMU B.Sc. Entrance Exams

The Faculty of Science of AMU conducts the entrance exam for the B.Sc. courses. This course is offered by many departments such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Botany, Zoology, Mathematics, Geography, Geology, Statistics, Industrial Chemistry, Bio-chemistry and Computer Application.

Here the competition is tougher and little harder to get your favourite subject as main Subject. Hence, it is necessary for every student to score high in the entrance exam to get selected in the first list. For this, the aspirants can use following tips and can follow these given steps which may help them to crack AMU B.Sc. Entrance Exam.

Also Check: How to crack AMU SSSC Entrance Exam

  • Know the Syllabus in detail.

  • Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme.

  • Get Basic Preparation books.

  • Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table.

  • Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly.

  • Go through Previous Years Question papers.

  • Give Mock Tests & Sample papers.

  • Few references books & preparation guides.

1. Know the Syllabus in detail

The first step to succeed in AMU B.Sc. Entrance Exam, you must know the syllabus of exam. You have to understand the each & every topic of the syllabus. If you are aware of the syllabus, you will able to know; what to study and how much you have to read and how much you have to leave or particular exam.

Brief Syllabus of B.Sc. AMU

  • ENGLISH 1. One unseen passage with a variety of questions 2. Vocabulary 3. Grammar (i) Tenses, Clauses, gap-filling, error-correction of words and sentences.

  • PHYSICS 1. Physical World and Measurement 2. Kinematics 3. Laws of Motion 4. Work, Energy & Power 5. Motion of System of Particles & Rigid Body 6. Gravitation 7. Properties of Bulk Matter 8. Thermodynamics 9. Behaviour for Perfect Gas & Kinetic Theory of gases 10. Oscillations & Waves 11. Electrostatistics 12. Current Electricity 13. Magnetic effect of current & Magnetism 14. Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating current 15. Electromagnetic Waves 16. Optics 17. Dual Nature of Matter 18. Atoms and Nuclei 19. Electronic Devices 20. Communication System

  • MATHEMATICS 1. Sets 2. Relations and Functions 3. Mathematical Induction 4. Complex Numbers 5. Linear Inequalities 6. Quadratic Equations 7. Sequences and Series 8. Trigonometric Functions 9. Cartesian System of Rectangular Coordinates 10. Straight Lines and Family of Straight Lines 2 11. Circles 12. Conic Section 13. Permutation and Combination 14. Binomial Theorem 15. Mathematical Reasoning 16. Statistics 17. Three Dimensional Geometry 18. Vectors 19. Matrices and Determinants 20. Probability 21. Function, Limits and Continuity 22. Differentiation 23. Application of Derivatives 24. Indefinite Integrals 25. Definite Integral 26. Differential Equations 27. Applications of Integrals 28. Linear Programming

 

You can get full & detailed syllabus of all AMU B.Sc. Entrance Exams by clicking on following link.

2. Understand the Exam Pattern and Marking scheme

After knowing syllabus, you must understand the Exam Pattern of B.Sc. Entrance Exam. This will help you to get an idea f overall structure of exam.

There shall be one objective type paper of 100 marks with the following components:

Section I English: 25 Marks

Section Il Chemistry: 25 Marks

Section Ill Physics: 25 Marks

Section IV Maths: 25 Marks

Section V Biology: 25 Marks

Section VI Home Science: 25 Marks Note: Sections I, II and III are compulsory. Candidates will have the choice to attempt any one Section from IV and V.

3. Get Basic Preparation books

To crack AMU B.Sc. Entrance exam, you have to select your study material very carefully. If you don’t do this, your chances of selection will be decrease. Aspirants need to make a list of some basic Text books (From their XI & XII classes) for preparation of AMU entrance exam. Candidates should start their preparation from studying NCERT Textbooks used AMU academics.

After completing NCERTs and Basic Textbooks of previous classes, a candidate can move on to preparation books or guides. Aspirants are advised to purchase at least one/two preparation books or guides for AMU Entrance Exams according to applied courses. Students are advised to avoid reading multiple books, i.e. don’t read too many guides or reference books. Some important books are mentioned in the end of the article

4. Create a Monthly and Weekly Time-table

Aspirants require preparing a time-table on what topics to cover when, which topics/subjects require high priority and how much to cover a daily, weekly and monthly basis. The benefit of having a daily study schedule is once you are finished with a task, you already know what is next on your schedule.

A proper and good time-table is very helpful s the candidate have to maintain a balance between his studies and other things. There should be breaks between long continuous study hours. They can follow “50/10 or 25/5 – Rule” (50 or 25 mins for study and 10 or 5 mins of break). You have to distribute your time according to your weakness and strengths. There should be proper time for study, food and sleep.

Students are advised to create a daily plan & while making a time schedule, special time slot should be provide for completing the syllabus of applied course. Revise the syllabus and content, attempt as many questions papers, mock tests and previous year papers for better preparation and time should given to all these steps of preparation wisely  

5. Makes important & short Notes and revise them regularly

During studying basic texts books of previous classes or NCERT textbooks, students should make or prepare shorts and understandable notes of physics, chemistry, and Maths,  which will be asked in entrance exam. Make easy notes by making Flow Charts, Diagrams, Tables and Posters etc. and stick them wherever possible and review them at least two times a day before sleeping.

There should be fixed revision slot of 1-3 hours in your time-table. Revision is a continuous process. You may think you have prepared a particular topic, chapter or subject perfectly but you won’t able be able to retain it unless you revise again and again. It will give you to get perfect on that particular topic or subject. Student can enhance their revision by solving practice questions on the topic from reference books instead. This will help the students to understand the concepts just studied. The students can use easy to digest notes for their preparation for AMU B.Sc. Entrance Exams.

6. Go through Previous Years Question papers

The next step to qualify the AMU B.Sc. Entrance Exams is to prepare previous years papers. During & after making the notes, candidates need to go through the previous year question papers (At least 5 years) of exams of applied courses. Learn the pattern of solving questions. This is possible only through regular and constant practice.

There is no better method to know the frames and traps for AMU Entrance Exams than practicing papers from the past years. You will likewise get a thought of how much time you have to solve the whole paper as well as what kind of inquiries can come and how you have to handle them. Solving past year papers will also give you the best idea of level of AMU entrance exams.

Candidates should learn and prepare all questions of previous year papers. There is repetition of few questions every year in most of Written or Descriptive Entrance Exams. So, you have to learn previous year question papers. All AMU previous year question papers of last 3 years are available on our site. You can download these papers by clicking on following link.

7. Give Mock Tests & Sample papers

Next step is to give mock tests and practicing sample papers. For this you can buy entrance sample papers of applied course from any books shop or you can join regular test series (online/coaching) and give mock tests at home online or in coaching. The main benefit of giving mock tests is that the aspirants can analysis their performance in test. They can check their mistakes, time spent on individual question, section of exam or on whole exam, and suggestions for improvements.

Students should try to crack mock tests or sample papers within a specific time slot. The general mistake made by most of aspirants is that they never review what they have solved. Whenever you are solving a mock test, try to analyze the questions or topics you are facing a problems with and the areas you are quick to solve. Develop a good planning while solving the practice papers. 50% of the questions in the paper have a low difficulty level, so solve them first. Never solve the paper in row and avoid the questions you face problems or difficulty.

8. Few references books & preparation guides

  • Objective Physics by DC Pandey

  • Concepts of Physics – Volume 1 and Volume 2 by HC Verma

  • Science for Everyone: Aptitude Test Problems in Physics

  • Objective Chemistry by RPH Editorial

  • Entrance Chemistry by Bhakta Books

  • A Textbook of Organic Chemistry for IITJEE

  • B.SC Maths Group Entrance Exam by Arihant Experts

  • Mathematics – A Complete Guide by Suraj, Rashmi

  • Books Objective Life Sciences: MCQs for Life Sciences Examination by Kailash Choudhary, R P Saran and Ramesh Rallya

  • Objective Biology by S Verma

  • Objective English for Competitive Examination by Tata McGraw Hill

  • Quick Learning Objective General English by RS Aggarwal

  • Objective General English by S P Bakshi

  • Home Science (Human Ecology & Family Science) by Sarita Sirohi

  • Sample Question Papers Home Science Class 12th CBSE by Arihant Experts

  • CBSE Chapterwise Solved Papers Home Science Class 12th by Gajendra Singh/ Mridula Sharma

  • Together With Home Science – 12 by Racha Sagar

  • S.CHAND for biology.

  • Pradeep’s Chemistry.

  • Pradeep’s Physics

R.D SHARMA for maths.

Digital AMU

Digital Marketing in Aligarh muslim university

Digital AMU

Digital Marketing refers to – “digitalization of advertisement and marketing.” This is done through digital drivers, such as, search engines, websites, social media, email, and mobile applications. In other words, it can be interpreted as the means of approaching the consumers through digital platforms. With the drastic change in the market scenarios of the world, the old and traditional methods of marketing have been replaced by this novel tool – Digital Marketing.

Scope of Digital Marketing in Aligarh

Aligarh, although, a small town located in the western Uttar Pradesh, enjoys its geographical location. Situated at 120kms away from the national capital New Delhi, the city easily grabs the new culture and trends that make space in the metropolitan. Post-Jio period – that is after 2016, there has been a rise in the graph of digital users. Similarly, the scope of digital marketing too has skyrocketed correspondingly. There are various institutes available in Aligarh and its surroundings where the certification of the course is provided.

Digital Marketing and AMU

Aligarh Muslim University which provides number of courses in different discipline is still not able to meet the requirement of Digital Marketing. In the Department of Computer Centre, which is the hub of Informational Technology of AMU, unfortunately Digital Marketing Course has not been able to register its place.

Why digital marketing is required?

For what reason is computerized advertising or digital marketing significant? Each organization will have diverse explicit objectives as a top priority, however most are attempting to accomplish development by arriving at more customers and persuading them to buy. To do this viably, you need to exploit all the most important advertising assets and advances, and in the cutting edge world, the Internet beat that rundown. There used to be when creating and executing advertising efforts implied running promotions on TV and radio, and setting print advertisements in papers and magazines. Notwithstanding, as the universe of trade moves increasingly more toward an advanced commercial center, organizations presently have the chance to grow their reach and associate with their objective market through computerized showcasing strategies.

Any cutting edge brand that needs to excel in the current business environment should embrace digital marketing strategies as a component of their general system. This doesn’t imply that you need to scrap the customary print advertisements, particularly if your business is now seeing incredible reaction from these kinds of promotions. Nonetheless, by utilizing advanced promoting strategies in mix with your present customary showcasing systems, your business can begin to advance your lobbies for most extreme outcomes.

DigitalAlig – An institute for Digital Marketing in Aligarh

Merely collecting the digital marketing certificates is not enough. The proper training and continuous practice with profundity is important. Therefore, when it comes to choosing the institute, then choosing the right institute becomes paramount.

DigitalAlig is an institute, run by Mr Amir Mehmood, an alumnus of Aligarh Muslim University from the Department of Business and Administration. He is an expert of Website DesigningSEOSMO, ORM, SMM, PPCGraphic Designing, Content Creation, Content Marketing, Video designing for BusinessAffiliate Marketing, Business Development Works in Digital Marketing, and so on.  DigitalAlig can be traced by visiting the website – digitalalig.com

Courses Provided by DigitalAlig

Website Designing

Digital Alig 

is expert in teaching Website designing and digital marketing course in Aligarh. If you want to learn how to create a wonderful website from Scratch, connect yourself with Digitalalig’s 120 days Digital Marketing Course.

SEO (Search Engine optimization)

Building a Website is not enough for a person who wants to show his product to the target market for selling Purpose. Here SEO Course in Aligarh with DigitalAliG will help you generating organic traffic on the Website.

Graphic Designing

In this era of modern technology, Graphic Designing is easy to learn but choosing the right tool, colour and layout is a difficult task, that’s why it is said “Designing is so simple, that’s why it is so complicated”. Every developer needs logo, banners, images and other graphic material to make a beautiful website. Without knowing about graphic designing you cannot make an enchanting website. Graphic designing is like applying beautiful clothes on a living body.

Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing training in Aligarh is easy to learn with Digitalalig. Affiliate marketing is one of the oldest and still trending methods for a person who wants to earn the amount as a commission from the product parent company.

Google Adwords

Google Adwords or Google ads which is also known as “Pay Per Click” is likely opposite to Search Engine optimization. Where SEO is unpaid to rank the keywords but here at Google ads you need to pay the amount to Google for ranking your keywords in the search.

Google Adwords

Google Adwords or Google ads which is also known as “Pay Per Click” is likely opposite to Search Engine optimization. Where SEO is unpaid to rank the keywords but here at Google ads you need to pay the amount to Google for ranking your keywords in the search.

Mobile Video Editing

Video editing is common and easier these days. Thanks to the android for providing free applications at play store. Prior to this, video editing was not possible without purchasing premium software. DigitalAlig trains its students in creating well-optimized videos with beautiful creations.

Whiteboard Animation

Animation is one of the best method to attract the viewers. Animation is latest method of Visual marketing in which white board animation makes easy to portray the whole story that people like to show in a particular story ad. At DigitalAliG you will learn how to create white board Animation videos so you can attract your views to look more.