After 12, most of the science stream students prefer engineering as their future career. Every engineering aspirant gives IIT/ Nit their first preference but not every student clears the JEE exam. ComedK is another important entrance exam from an engineering point of view and students do prefer to give this exam because the colleges that come under this entrance exam are really good.

This article contains a clear syllabus for the ComedK exam in the simplest way possible.

The COMEDK syllabus is prescribed by Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka.

SYLLABUS FOR MATHEMATICS

  • Differential Equations
    • Differential Equations, Ordinary Differential Equation – Their Order and Degree
    • The solution of Differential Equations by the Method of Separation of Variables
    • Formation of Differential Equations
    • The solution of Homogeneous and Linear Differential Equations and those of type d2y = f(x) dx2
  • Differential Calculus
    • Polynomials, Trigonometric, Rational, Logarithmic, and Exponential Functions
    • Graphs of Simple Functions
    • Inverse Functions
    • Continuity: Differentiation of the Sum, Difference, Product, and Quotient of Two Functions
    • Differentiation of Trigonometric, Inverse Trigonometric, Logarithmic, Exponential, Composite and Implicit Functions, Derivatives of Order Up to Two
    • Limits
    • Applications of Derivatives: Rate of Change of Quantities, Maxims, and Minimum Functions of One Variable, Monotonic Increasing and Decreasing Functions, Tangents and Normals, Rolle’s and Lagrange’s Mean Value Theorems.
  • Matrices and Determinants
    • Determinants and Matrices of Order Two and Three
    • Evaluation of Determinants
    • Properties of Determinants
    • Area of Triangles Using Determinants
    • Addition and Multiplication of Matrices
    • Test of Consistency and Solution of Similar Linear Equations using Determinants and Matrices
    • Adjoint and Inverse of Matrix
  • Vector Algebra
    • Vectors and Scalars
    • Components of a Vector in Two Dimensions and Three Dimensional Space
    • Addition of Vectors
    • Scalar and Vector Triple Product
    • Application of Vectors to Plane Geometry
    • Scalar and Vector Products
  • Circles
    • Standard Form of Equation of a Circle
    • General Form of Equation of a Circle, its radius and center
    • Points of Intersection of a Line and a Circle with the Centre at the Origin and Conditions for a Line to be Tangent to the Circle
    • Equation of a Circle when the End Points of a Diameter are Given
    • Equation of a Family of Circles through the Intersection of Two Circles
    • Equation of the Tangent
    • Condition for Two Intersecting Circles to be Orthogonal.
  • Probability
    • Probability of an Event
    • Addition and Multiplication Theorems of Probability and their Application
    • Conditional Probability: Bayes Theorem
    • Binomial and Poisson Distributions and their Properties
    • Probability Distribution of a Random Variate
  • Three Dimensional Geometry
    • Coordinates of a Point in Space
    • Section Formula
    • Distance Between Two Points
    • Direction Ratios and Direction Cosines
    • The angle between Two Intersecting Lines
    • Equations of a Line and a Plane in Different Forms: Intersection of a Line and a Plane, Equation of a Sphere, Coplanar Lines, It’s Centre and Radius
    • Skew Lines – The Shortest Distance between them and its Equation
    • Diameter form of the Equation of a Sphere.

SYLLABUS FOR CHEMISTRY

  • Chemical Reactions and Chemical Kinetics
    • Rate of Reaction
    • Rate Law Expression
    • Order of a Reaction
    • Instantaneous Rate of Reaction and Order of Reaction
    • Effect of Light of Rates of Reactions
    • Factors Affecting Rates of Reactions – Factors Affecting the Rate of Collisions Encountered Between the Reactant Molecules, Effect of Temperature on Reaction Rate, Concept of Activation Energy Catalyst
    • Temperature Dependence of the Rate Constant
    • Elementary Reactions as Steps to more Complex Reactions
    • How Fast are Chemical Reactions?
    • Units of Rates and Specific Rate Constant
    • Order of Reaction and Effect of Concentration
    • Fast Reactions
    • Photochemical Reactions
    • Mechanism of Reaction
  • Nuclear Chemistry
    • Nature of Radiation from Radioactive Substances
    • Nuclear Reactions: Radioactive Disintegration Series
    • Artificial Transmutation of Elements
    • Isotopes and their Applications
    • Nuclear Fission and Nuclear Fusion
    • Radiocarbon Dating
  • Biomolecules
    • Cell and Energy Cycle Carbohydrates: Carbohydrates, Mono-saccharides, Poly-saccharides, Saccharides, Amino Acid
    • Proteins and Enzymes – Structure of Proteins, Role of Enzymes.
    • Peptides – Structure and Classification
  • Coordination Chemistry
    • Coordination Compounds
    • Nomenclature: Isomerism in Coordination Compounds, Bonding in Coordination Compounds, Werner’s Coordination Theory
    • Applications of Coordination Compounds
  • Polymers
    • Synthetic and Natural Polymers Classification on Polymers
    • Important Uses of Teflon, Polystyrene, PVC, Nylon-66, Terylene, Bakelite
    • Natural and Synthetic Polymers
  • Chemistry in Action
    • Dyes
    • Rocket Propellants (Structural Formulae Non – Evaluative)
    • Chemical in Medicines (antipyretic, analgesic, antibiotics & tranquilizers)
  • Environmental Chemistry
    • Environmental Pollutants: Soil, Water, and Air
    • Major Atmospheric Pollutants: Acid Rain, Ozone and its Reactions causing Ozone Layer Depletion, Effects of Depletion of Ozone Layer, Industrial Air Pollution.

SYLLABUS FOR PHYSICS

  • Motion in Two and Three Dimensions
    • Scalars and Vectors
    • Vector Addition
    • Real Number
    • Projection Motion
    • Zero Vector and its Properties
    • Scalar and Vector Products
    • Resolution of Vectors
    • Uniform Circular Motion and its Applications
  • Oscillations
    • Heating Effects of Current
    • Simple Concept of Thermo-Electricity
    • Electric Power
    • Seebeck Effect and Thermocouple
    • Chemical Effect of Current Faraday’s Laws of Electrolysis
  • Heat and Thermodynamics
    • Thermal Expansion of Solids
    • Relationship between Cp and Cv for Gases
    • Liquids and Gases and their Specific Heats
    • First Law of Thermodynamics
    • Second Law of Thermodynamics
    • Thermodynamic Processes
    • Carnot Cycle Efficiency of Heat Engines
  • Electrostatics
    • Electric Charge – it’s unit and conservation
    • Dielectric Constant
    • Coulomb’s Law
    • Electric Field
    • Field due to Dipole and its behavior in a uniform electric field
    • Lines of Force
    • Electric Flux
    • Gauss’s Theorem and its applications
    • Electric Potential, Potential due to a Point Charge
    • Distribution of Charge on Conductors
    • Conductors and Inductors
    • Capacitance
    • Parallel Plate Capacitor
    • Combination of Capacitors
    • Energy of Capacitor
  • Motion in One Dimension
    • Description of Motion in One Dimension Motion in a Straight Line
    • Uniformly Accelerated Motion and its application
    • Uniform and Non-Uniform Motion – Graphical Representation
  • Thermal and Chemical Effects of Currents
    • Heating Effects of Current
    • Electric Power
    • Simple Concept of Thermo-Electricity
    • Seebeck Effect and Thermocouple
    • Chemical Effect of Current Faraday’s Laws of Electrolysis

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