### Birla Institute of Technology and Science Higher Degree ( BITS HD ) Engineering Entrance Examination

#### BITS HD 2019 Exam Syllabus

BITS HD 2019 Exam Syllabus:

The syllabus for both tests is different. Students must go through each and every topic of the syllabus for clearing the entrance examination with better marks. Test 1 covers the topics from Core Mathematics, English Language, Logical Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning.

Test 2 contains the topics from Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Pharmacy, Computer Science, Instrumentation, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics and Physics.

The following table shows the important topics of Test 1 and Test 2:

Test 1

 Subject Topics Core Mathematics Functions and Graphs Limit and continuity Applications of derivative and integral Comics Polar coordinates Convergence of sequence and series Maclaurin and Taylor series Partial derivatives Vector calculus in Rn vector analysis Theorems of Green Gauss and Stokes Complex numbers Analytic functions Cauchy’s theorems Elementary functions Series expansions Calculus of residues and applications Vector space Basis and dimension Linear transformation Range and kernel of a linear transformation Row deduction method and application to linear system of equations Conditional probability and independence Random variables and probability distributions Marginal and conditional distributions Independent random variables Mathematical expectation Mean and variance Binomial Poisson’s and normal distributions Sum of independent random variables Law of large numbers Central limit theorem Core Physics Linear momentum and its Conservation Angular momentum and its conservation Rotational dynamics of rigid bodies Work-energy theorem Conservative forces and potential energy Collision problems Damped and forced simple harmonic motions Coupled oscillations and wave motion Coulomb’s law Electric fields Gauss’ law Electric potential Dielectrics and capacitors Magnetic fields Biot-Savart law and its applications Magnetic materials Ampere’s law Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction Maxwell’s equations and plane electromagnetic waves Young’s double-slit interference Interference from thin films Coherence Diffraction from single and double slits Diffraction grating Photoelectric effect De-Broglie waves Uncertainty relation Schrodinger equation Particle in a box English Language Skills and Principles of Management Pronunciation skills Vocabulary – Synonyms and antonyms Using words in appropriate contexts Idioms and Phrasal verbs Grammar – Word order and effective sentences Use of tenses Conjunctions and prepositions Reading comprehension Paragraph writing Précis Writing Letter writing Fundamental concepts of management- planning, organization, staffing, directing and controlling, production, Financial, personal, legal and marketing functions, accounting and budgeting, balance sheets. Computer Programming Basic Data Types and Operations Control Constructs – Conditionals and Loops Lists - Arrays Modularity– Functions Structured Data – Structures Unions, Pointers Applications – Strings

Syllabus for Special Test for Software Systems

 Subject Topics Structured Programming in C Conditionals Loops and Jumps Tuples Unions and Lists Functions and Variables Recursion Memory Allocation model Dynamic Memory Allocation – Pointers and Address Arithmetic Dynamically Allocated Data and Linked Lists Advanced Programming in C User Defined Types Access Restricted Lists (Stacks/Queues) Binary Trees Macros and Preprocessing Modular Programming – Separate Compilation and linking Libraries File and I/Q operations String Processing Object Orientation and Software Engineering Basics of OOP – Objects and Classes, and Delegation Inheritance and Dynamic Binding Types and Polymorphism Templates/Generics Software Lifecycle Development Methodologies Software Requirements Analysis and Modeling Object Oriented Design Design Patterns Architectural Design Modeling for Design Software Testing and Quality Database and Networked System Database Modeling & Design – ER modeling Normalization Techniques Database Querying – SQL Local Area Networks and Ethernet Internetworking: TCP UDP and IP World Wide Web: Client-Server Systems HTTP, HTML, XML, Web-based Systems Core Systems Number Representations and Boolean algebra Logic Gates Combinational and Sequential Circuits Computer Organization: Instruction Set Computer Arithmetic Control and Memory Organization Operating Systems – Basics Processes and Threads Operating systems – Memory Hierarchy Virtual Memory Secondary Storage File Systems Local Area Networks and Ethernet Internetworking: TCP/UDP and IP World Wide Web: Client – Server Systems, HTTP, HTML, XML, Web-based System