Mahamaya Technical University, Noida, is conducting Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination
(UPSEE2011) on 16th and 17th April, 2011 for
admission to degree courses in Engineering (BTech) BTech Ag Engg) /
Pharmacy (BPharma) / Architecture (BArch) / Hotel Management (BHMCT) /
Fashion & Apparel Design Technology (BFAD) and Post Graduate Courses
MCA / MBA of Govt. Aided and private unaided institutions
affiliated to Gautam Budh Technical University, Lucknow & Mahamaya
Technical University, Noida, along with some of the other State
Universities of Uttar Pradesh for the academic session 20112012.
Date of Examination  Paper Code  Subjects  Timing (Total Time Period)  16 April, 2011 (Saturday)  Paper 6  Aptitude test for MBA  7.30 AM to 9.30 AM (2 Hours)  Paper 5  Aptitude test for General Awareness (BHMCT/BFAD)  11.00 AM to 12.30 PM (1 Hour 30 Minutes)  Paper 7  Aptitude test for MCA  2.00 PM to 4.00 PM (2 Hours)  Paper 8/9/10  Aptitude Test for Diploma Holders in Engg./ Aptitude Test for Diploma Holders in Pharmacy/ Aptitude Test for B.Sc. Graduates  4.30 PM to 6.00 PM (1 Hour 30 Minutes)  17 April, 2011 (Sunday)  Paper 1/Paper 2/Paper 3  Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics/ Physics,Chemistry and Biology/ AGI , AGII and AGIII  7.30 AM to 10.30 AM (3 Hours )  Paper 4  Aptitude Test for Architecture  1.00 P.M. to 3.30 P.M. (2Hour 30 Minutes) 
 UPSEE 2011 will be conducted for ten papers with objective type
questions except Drawing Aptitude test (Part B of paper 4). The
candidates are required to opt papers and subjects for appearing in the
entrance examination as mentioned in clause 4.4 subject to their
eligibility as per clause 3.
 SCORING AND NEGATIVE MARKING
 Every objective type question would carry four marks for correct answer.
 The objective type question may have one or more than one correct answer, OR one or more than one wrong answer.
 The answer would be considered correct only if all appropriate choices are indicated in the answer.
 There will be no negative marking. However, a record of incorrect answers given by a candidate will be kept separately.
 All
objective type questions are required to be answered on specially
designed OMR answer sheets against the respective question number.
 Answers
are to be marked using ball point pen (Black/Blue) only. For the
purpose of evaluation, the details filled in by the candidate in the OMR
answer sheet will be accepted as final.
 PAPERS AND SUBJECTS IN THE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION
Paper  Subjects  Number of Questions  Marks  Paper 1  Physics , Chemistry and Mathematics  150 objective type questions with equal weightage to Physics ,Chemistry and Mathematics  600  Paper 2  Physics , Chemistry and Biology  150 objective type questions with equal weightage to Physics ,Chemistry and Biology  600  Paper 3  AGI , AGII and AGIII  150 objective type questions with equal weightage to AGI , AGII and AGIII  600  Paper 4  Aptitude Test for Architecture PartA – Mathematics and Aesthetic Sensitivity Part–B – Drawing Aptitude 
100 objective type questions with equal weightage to Mathematics and
Aesthetic Sensitivity and Two questions to test drawing aptitude  500  Paper 5  Aptitude Test for General Awareness (BHMCT/BFAD)  75 objective type questions  300  Paper 6  Aptitude Test for MBA  100 objective questions  400  Paper 7  Aptitude Test for MCA  100 objective type questions  400  Paper 8 Paper 9 Paper 10  Aptitude Test for Engg. Diploma Holders (Lateral Entry) Pharmacy Diploma Holders (Lateral Entry) B.Sc. Graduates (Lateral Entry)  75 objective type questions  300 
Bachelor of Hotel Management Catering Technology (BHMCT)
For
admission to first year of BHMCT candidate must have passed
intermediate examination of UP Board or 10+2 level examination or its
equivalent from any recognized Board/University as given in Information
Brochure of UPSEE  2011. The candidate must have clearly passed with
40% marks for General & OBC and 35% for SC/ST candidates in
aggregate. The candidate is essentially required to pass in each subject
of the subject groups mentioned in the information brochure UPSEE2011
without grace marks.
Bachelor of Fashion Apparel Design (BFAD)
For
admission to first year of BFAD candidate must have passed intermediate
examination of U.P. Board or 10+2 level examination or its equivalent
from any recognized Board/University as given in Information Brochure of
UPSEE  2011. The candidate must have clearly passed with 40% marks for
General & OBC and 35% for SC/ST candidates in aggregate. The
candidate is essentially required to pass in each subject of the subject
groups mentioned in the information brochure UPSEE2011 without grace
marks.
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
For
admission to first year of MBA course, candidate must have passed
Bachelor degree course of minimum three years duration from any
recognized University in India.
The candidate must have clearly passed without grace marks with an
aggregate of 40% marks for General & OBC and 35% for SC/ST
candidates.
Master of Computer Application (MCA)
For
admission to first year of MCA, candidate must have passed Bachelor
degree course of minimum three years duration from any recognized
University with Mathematics as a subject at 10+2 level or at Bachelor
Degree level. The candidate must have clearly passed without grace marks
with an aggregate of40% marks for General & OBC and 35% for SC/ST Candidates.
Bachelor of Technology (BTech)
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) [Spzl in: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics]
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) (Bio Technology) [Spzl in: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Physics, Chemistry and Biology
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) (Ag Engg)
For
admission to first year of B.Tech/B.Tech (Ag.Engg.) candidate must have
passed intermediate examination of U.P. Board or 10+2 level examination
or its equivalent from any recognized Board/University as given in
Information Brochure of UPSEE  2011. The candidate must have clearly
passed with 40% marks for General & OBC and 35% for SC/ST candidates
in aggregate. The candidate is essentially required to pass in each
subject of the subject groups mentioned in the information brochure
UPSEE2011 without grace marks.
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) (Second Year Lateral Entry)
For
admission to second year (lateral entry) of B.Tech., the candidate must
have passed three years Diploma in engineering course; securing;
minimum 60% marks in aggregate or three years B.Sc. Degree with
mathematics as one subject; securing minimum 60% marks in aggregate as
per details provided in the Brochure.
Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharma) [Spzl. in: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Physics, Chemistry and Biology]
For
admission to first year of BPharma candidate must have passed
intermediate examination of U.P. Board or 10+2 level examination or its
equivalent from any recognized Board/University as given in Information
Brochure of UPSEE  2011. The candidate must have clearly passed with
40% marks for General & OBC and 35% for SC/ST candidates in
aggregate. The candidate is essentially required to pass in each subject
of the subject groups mentioned in the information brochure UPSEE2011
without grace marks.
Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharma) (second year lateral entry)
For
admission to second year (lateral entry) of BPharma. the candidate must
have passed Diploma in Pharmacy course; securing minimum 60% marks in
aggregate.
Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)
For
admission to first year of BArch, a candidate must have passed
intermediate examination of UP Board or 10+2 level examination or its
equivalent from any recognized Board/ University; securing minimum 50%
marks for General/OBC and 45% for SC/ST candidates in aggregate. The
candidate is essentially required to pass in each subject of the
compulsory and optional subjects mentioned in the Information Brochure
of UPSEE2011 without grace marks. A candidate passing three year
Diploma in Architecture (10+3) recognized by Central/State Govt.
securing minimum 50% marks in aggregate is also eligible for admission
to first year of B. Arch., only. The candidate will have to appear in
the entrance examination UPSEE2011 for first year of B. Arch. (Paper4)
as mentioned above.
Section –A , Physics Measurement: Dimensional analysis and error estimation, dimensional compatibility and significant figures. Motion in one dimension: Average velocity, instantaneous velocity, onedimensional motion with constant accelerations, freely falling bodies. Laws of Motion: Force and inertia, Newton's laws of motion, and their significance. Motion in two dimensions: Projectile
motion, uniform circular motion, tangential and radial acceleration in
curvelinear motion, relative motion and relative acceleration. Work, Power and Energy: Work
done by a constant and variable forces, kinetic and potential energy,
power, Conservative and non conservative forces, conservation of energy,
gravitational energy, work energy theorem, potential energy stored in a
spring. Linear Momentum & collisions: Linear
momentum & impulse, conservation of linear momentum for two
particle system, collisions, collision in one dimension, collision in
two dimension, rocket propulsion. Rotation of a rigid body about a fixed axis: Angular
velocity and angular acceleration, rotational kinematics, rotational
motion with constant angular acceleration relationship between angular
and linear quantities, rotational energy, moment of inertia for a ring,
rod, spherical shell, sphere and plane lamina, torque and angular
acceleration, work and energy in rotational motion, rolling motion of
a solid sphere and cylinder. Gravitation: Gravitational field, Kepler's laws and motion of planets, planetary and satellite motion, geostationary satellite. Oscillatory motion: Harmonic
motion, oscillatory motion of mass attached to a spring, kinetic &
potential energy, Time Period of a simple pendulum, comparing simple and
harmonic motion with uniform circular motion, forced oscillations,
damped oscillations and resonance. Mechanics of solids and fluids: States
of matter young's modulus, bulk modulus, shear modulus of rigidity,
variations of pressure with depth, Buoyant forces and Archimedes
principle, Pascal's law, Bernoulli's theorem and its application,
surface energy, surface tension, angle of contact, capillary rise,
coefficient of viscosity, viscous force, terminal velocity, Stoke's law,
stream line motion, Reynold's numbers. Heat and thermodynamics: First
law of thermodynamics, specific heat of an ideal gas at constant volume
and constant pressure, relation between them, thermodynamics process
(reversible, irreversible, isothermal, adiabatic), second law of
thermodynamics, concept of entropy and concept of absolute scale,
efficiency of a Carnot engine, thermal conductivity, Newton's law of
cooling, blac body radiation, Wien's displacement law, Stefan's law. Wave: Wave
motion, phase, amplitude and velocity of wave, newton's formula for
longitudinal waves, propagation of sound waves in air, effect of
temperature and pressure on velocity of sound, Laplace's correction,
Principle of superposition, formation of standing waves, standing waves
in strings and pipes, beats, Doppler's effect. Electrostatics: Coulomb's
law, electric field and potential due to point charge, dipole and its
field along the axis and perpendicular to axis, electric flux, Gauss's
theorem and its applications to find the field due to infinite sheet of
charge, and inside the hallow conducting sphere, capacitance, parallel
plate capacitor with air and dielectric medium between the Plates,
series and parallel combination of capacitors, energy of a capacitor,
displacement currents. Current Electricity: Concept
of free and bound electrons, drift velocity and mobility, electric
current, Ohm's law, resistivity, conductivity, temperature dependency of
resistance, resistance in series and parallel combination, Kirchoff’s
law and their application to network of resistances, principle of
potentiometer, effect of temperature on resistance and its application. Magnetic Effect of Current: Magnetic
field due to current, BiotSavart's law, magnetic field due to
solenoid, motion of charge in a magnetic field, force on a current
carrying conductors and torque on current loop in a magnetic field,
magnetic flux, forces between two parallel current carrying conductors,
moving coil galvanometer and its conversion into ammeter and voltmeter. Magnetism in Matter: The
magnetization of substance due to orbital and spin motions of
electrons, magnetic moment of atoms, diamagnetism, paramagnetism,
ferromagnetism, earth's magnetic field and its components and their
measurement. Electromagnetic induction: Induced
e.m.f., Faraday's laws, Lenz's law, electromagnetic induction, self and
mutual induction, BH curve, hysisteresisloss and its importance, eddy
currents. Ray Optics and optical instruments: Sources
of light, luminous intensity,luminous flux, illuminance, photometry,
wave nature of light, Huygen's theory for propagation of light and
rectilinear propagation of light, reflection of light , total internal
reflection, reflection and refraction at spherical surfaces, focal
length of a combination of lenses, spherical and chromatic aberration
and their removal, refraction and dispersion of light due to a prism,
simple and compound microscope, reflecting and refracting telescope,
magnifying power and resolving power. Wave Optics: Coherent
and incoherent sources of light, interference, young's double slit
experiment diffraction due to a single slit, linearly polarized light,
Polaroid. Modern Physics: Photoelectric
equation, matter waves, quantization, Planck's hypothesis, Bohr's model
of hydrogen atom and its spectra, ionisation potential, Rydberg
constant, solar spectrum and Fraunhofer lines, fluorescence and
phosphorescence, XRays and their productions, characteristic and
continuous spectra. Nuclear Instability, radioactive decay laws,
Emission of a, b, g rays, Mass  defect, Mass Energy equivalence,
Nuclear Fission Nuclear Reactors, Nuclear Fusion. Classification
of conductors, Insulators and semiconductors on the basis of energy
bands in solids, PN junction, PN Diode, junction Transistors, Transistor
as an amplifier and Oscillator. Principles of Logic Gates (
AND, OR and NOT ) Analog Vs Digital communication, Difference between
Radio and television, Signal propagation, Principle of LASER and MASER,
Population Inversion, Spontaneous and stimulated Emission. Section – B, Chemistry Atomic Structure:
Bohr's concept. Quantum numbers, Electronic configuration, molecular
orbital theory for homonuclear molecules, Pauli's exclusion principle. Chemical Bonding: Electrovalency, covalency, hybridization involving s,p and d orbitals hydrogen bonding. Redox Reactions: Oxidation number, oxidising and reducing agents, balancing of equations. Chemical Equilibrium and Kinetics:
Equilibrium constant (for gaseous system only) Le Chaterlier's
principle, ionic equilibrium, Ostwald's dilution law, hydrolysis, pH and
buffer solution, solubility product, commonion effect, rate constant
and first order reaction. Acid  Base Concepts: Bronsted Lowry & Lewis. &am
Section –A , Physics Measurement: Dimensional analysis and error estimation, dimensional compatibility and significant figures. Motion in one dimension: Average velocity, instantaneous velocity, onedimensional motion with constant accelerations, freely falling bodies. Laws of Motion: Force and inertia, Newton's laws of motion, and their significance. Motion in two dimensions: Projectile
motion, uniform circular motion, tangential and radial acceleration in
curvelinear motion, relative motion and relative acceleration. Work, Power and Energy: Work
done by a constant and variable forces, kinetic and potential energy,
power, Conservative and non conservative forces, conservation of energy,
gravitational energy, work energy theorem, potential energy stored in a
spring. Linear Momentum & collisions: Linear
momentum & impulse, conservation of linear momentum for two
particle system, collisions, collision in one dimension, collision in
two dimension, rocket propulsion. Rotation of a rigid body about a fixed axis: Angular
velocity and angular acceleration, rotational kinematics, rotational
motion with constant angular acceleration relationship between angular
and linear quantities, rotational energy, moment of inertia for a ring,
rod, spherical shell, sphere and plane lamina, torque and angular
acceleration, work and energy in rotational motion, rolling motion of
a solid sphere and cylinder. Gravitation: Gravitational field, Kepler's laws and motion of planets, planetary and satellite motion, geostationary satellite. Oscillatory motion: Harmonic
motion, oscillatory motion of mass attached to a spring, kinetic &
potential energy, Time Period of a simple pendulum, comparing simple and
harmonic motion with uniform circular motion, forced oscillations,
damped oscillations and resonance. Mechanics of solids and fluids: States
of matter young's modulus, bulk modulus, shear modulus of rigidity,
variations of pressure with depth, Buoyant forces and Archimedes
principle, Pascal's law, Bernoulli's theorem and its application,
surface energy, surface tension, angle of contact, capillary rise,
coefficient of viscosity, viscous force, terminal velocity, Stoke's law,
stream line motion, Reynold's numbers. Heat and thermodynamics: First
law of thermodynamics, specific heat of an ideal gas at constant volume
and constant pressure, relation between them, thermodynamics process
(reversible, irreversible, isothermal, adiabatic), second law of
thermodynamics, concept of entropy and concept of absolute scale,
efficiency of a Carnot engine, thermal conductivity, Newton's law of
cooling, blac body radiation, Wien's displacement law, Stefan's law. Wave: Wave
motion, phase, amplitude and velocity of wave, newton's formula for
longitudinal waves, propagation of sound waves in air, effect of
temperature and pressure on velocity of sound, Laplace's correction,
Principle of superposition, formation of standing waves, standing waves
in strings and pipes, beats, Doppler's effect. Electrostatics: Coulomb's
law, electric field and potential due to point charge, dipole and its
field along the axis and perpendicular to axis, electric flux, Gauss's
theorem and its applications to find the field due to infinite sheet of
charge, and inside the hallow conducting sphere, capacitance, parallel
plate capacitor with air and dielectric medium between the Plates,
series and parallel combination of capacitors, energy of a capacitor,
displacement currents. Current Electricity: Concept
of free and bound electrons, drift velocity and mobility, electric
current, Ohm's law, resistivity, conductivity, temperature dependency of
resistance, resistance in series and parallel combination, Kirchoff’s
law and their application to network of resistances, principle of
potentiometer, effect of temperature on resistance and its application. Magnetic Effect of Current: Magnetic
field due to current, BiotSavart's law, magnetic field due to
solenoid, motion of charge in a magnetic field, force on a current
carrying conductors and torque on current loop in a magnetic field,
magnetic flux, forces between two parallel current carrying conductors,
moving coil galvanometer and its conversion into ammeter and voltmeter. Magnetism in Matter: The
magnetization of substance due to orbital and spin motions of
electrons, magnetic moment of atoms, diamagnetism, paramagnetism,
ferromagnetism, earth's magnetic field and its components and their
measurement. Electromagnetic induction: Induced
e.m.f., Faraday's laws, Lenz's law, electromagnetic induction, self and
mutual induction, BH curve, hysisteresisloss and its importance, eddy
currents. Ray Optics and optical instruments: Sources
of light, luminous intensity,luminous flux, illuminance, photometry,
wave nature of light, Huygen's theory for propagation of light and
rectilinear propagation of light, reflection of light , total internal
reflection, reflection and refraction at spherical surfaces, focal
length of a combination of lenses, spherical and chromatic aberration
and their removal, refraction and dispersion of light due to a prism,
simple and compound microscope, reflecting and refracting telescope,
magnifying power and resolving power. Wave Optics: Coherent
and incoherent sources of light, interference, young's double slit
experiment diffraction due to a single slit, linearly polarized light,
Polaroid. Modern Physics: Photoelectric
equation, matter waves, quantization, Planck's hypothesis, Bohr's model
of hydrogen atom and its spectra, ionisation potential, Rydberg
constant, solar spectrum and Fraunhofer lines, fluorescence and
phosphorescence, XRays and their productions, characteristic and
continuous spectra. Nuclear Instability, radioactive decay laws,
Emission of a, b, g rays, Mass  defect, Mass Energy equivalence,
Nuclear Fission Nuclear Reactors, Nuclear Fusion. Classification
of conductors, Insulators and semiconductors on the basis of energy
bands in solids, PN junction, PN Diode, junction Transistors, Transistor
as an amplifier and Oscillator. Principles of Logic Gates (
AND, OR and NOT ) Analog Vs Digital communication, Difference between
Radio and television, Signal propagation, Principle of LASER and MASER,
Population Inversion, Spontaneous and stimulated Emission. Section – B, Chemistry Atomic Structure:
Bohr's concept. Quantum numbers, Electronic configuration, molecular
orbital theory for homonuclear molecules, Pauli's exclusion principle. Chemical Bonding: Electrovalency, covalency, hybridization involving s,p and d orbitals hydrogen bonding. Redox Reactions: Oxidation number, oxidising and reducing agents, balancing of equations. Chemical Equilibrium and Kinetics:
Equilibrium constant (for gaseous system only) Le Chaterlier's
principle, ionic equilibrium, Ostwald's dilution law, hydrolysis, pH and
buffer solution, solubility product, commonion effect, rate constant
and first order reaction. Acid  Base Concepts: Bronsted Lowry & Lewis.
AG – I: AGRICULTURAL PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY Agricultural Physics
Unit, measurement, Vernier, screw gauge, Forceanalysis, force
parallelogram, momentum of force, equilibrium of forces, velocity and
acceleration, speed, laws of motion, gravitational motion, acceleration
due to gravity, circular motion, Centrifugal and centripetal forces,
pressure, Capillary force and tension, atmospheric surfacebarometer,
Boyle’s law, friction and simple example of its laws, Working of common
pumps, operation, performance, power and energy, heat and temperature,
radiation, convection and conduction, heat conductance, specific heat in
relation to solids, physical change in the solid due to heat, latent
heat, relationship between heat and work, dewpoint, relative humidity
and its determination, formation of clouds, fogfrost, snow and halls,
weather and its forecasting. Agricultural Chemistry
Matter  solid and liquid, physical and chemical changes, element,
mixture, compound, laws of chemical combination, laws of conservation,
laws of proportion, laws of gases, explanation of above laws in
reference to atomic principle, atomic laws, new & old concepts,
definition, simple explanation and interrelationship of the following:
Valency, atomic weight, molecular weight, equivalent weight, structure
of atom, Avogadro's hypothesis and its uses, ionic theory, difference
between atom and ion, explanation of the following with the help of
ionic theory, electrolysis, acid, alkali, salt, water, hydrolysis and
neutralisations, oxidation and reduction, classification of elements. Inorganic Chemistry: Water
and its hardness, methods of treatment of hard water and soft water,
occurrence of compounds, properties and uses of the followings elements
nitrogen, ammonia, nitric acid, carbon, carbondioxide, phosphoric acid,
sulphurdioxide, sulphuric acid, chlorine, hydrochloric acid. Occurrence
properties, uses and their functions in the plants of the following:
Sodium, sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide, sodium carbonate, sodium
bicarbonate, sodium phosphate, sodium nitrate, potassium sulphate,
Calcium, calcium oxide, calcium carbonate, calcium sulphate and calcium
nitrate, Iron, sulphate and iron phosphate, aluminium, aluminium
sulphate and aluminium phosphate Nitrogen cycle, Fixation of nitrogen in
the soil, function of Superphosphate and phosphorus in plant,
nitrogen fertilizers. Organic Chemistry: Formation
of organic compounds, physical properties, nomenclature, general
knowledge of the following compounds, simple formulae, general
properties and main uses, Structural formula of the following:
Hydrocarbon (saturated and unsaturated) alcohol ethylalchol and glycol,
aldehyde and ketones, formaldehyde, acetone, amine and oxide, methyl and
ethylamine, urea, Acids: acetic, benzoic, lactic, Oxalic
acids, fats and oils, soap and saponification, carbohydrates, glucose,
fructose, starch, simple methods of making benzene and phenol and their
properties. AG – II: AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING AND STATISTICS Agricultural Engineering
Properties of different materials used in agricultural implements,
Classification of plough their merits, comparison, common troubles in
their operation and precautions, maintenance, assembly, cost and
conparasion of cultivation harrow, hoe, float, scraper and seed drill,
draft of implements. Their measurements, factors affecting draft. Water
lifts, their discharge, capacities, command area, and cost of irrigation
( water lifts should include common water lifts and low lift pumps ).
Tillage and ploughing, types of ploughing and their merits. Types and
objects tillage. Chemical and Physical effects of tillage practices for
different crops. Transmission of power through gears. Pulleys and belts,
hand operated chaff cutters, cane crusher, winnowing fan, and splad
threshers. Agricultural Statistics
Collection of data, classification and tabulation, frequency
distribution, mean and their kinds, merits and demerits. Measurements of
dispersion. AG – III: AGRONOMY & AGRICULTURAL BOTANY Agronomy Crops: Cultivation, practices of common crops of India and their varieties.. Soils: Origin, classification and physical properties of soils, soil conservation. Manures And Manuring:
Nutrients for plants growth, uptake of N.P.K. organic and inorganic
fertilizers, farmyard and green manures, their properties and method of
application, knowledge of following manures and fertilizer: FYM,
compost, urinated soil, castor and groundnut cake, ammonium sulphate,
sodium nitrate, suoer phosphate, potassium sulphate, urea, CAN ammonium
chloride and mixtures. Irrigation & Drainage: Methods, measurement and type of irrigation and drainage systems, Cultivation practices of common vegetable and fruit crops. Agricultural Botany
External morphology of plants, function and modification of stem, root
and leaves, structure and function of different parts of flower, type of
inflorescence, pollen and pollination, classification, structure,
germination and disperasal of seeds, type of function and their
dispersal, internal morphology of plant cell, reproductive organs of
angiosperms, knowledge of structure of rlltharis, Absorption,
Respiration, Transpiration and carbon assimilation, root pressure,
Translocation of foods and storage, Introductory knowledge of Taxonomy
and plant kingdom specilly Regional and Horticultural plants laminaries,
Cruciferease, Leguminaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Solonaceae, Malbaceae,
Elementry Knowledge of mosses, ferns, mucors, bacteria.
Part – A: Mthematics & Aesthetic Sensitivity MATHEMATICS Algebra:
Sets relations & functions, DeMorgan's Law, Mapping Inverse
relations, Equivalence relations, Peano's axioms, Definition of
rationals and integers through equivalencerelation, Indices and surds,
Solutions of simultaneous and quadratic equations, A.P., G.P. and H.P.,
Special sums i.e. ?n^{2} and ?n^{3} (n?N ), Partial
fraction, Binomial theorem for any index, exponential series, Logarithm
and Logarithmic series. Determinants and their use in solving
simultaneous linear equations, Matrices, Algebra of matrices, Inverse of
a matrix, Use of matrix for solving equations. Probability: Definition, Dependent and independent events, Numerical problem on addition and multiplication, theorem of probability. Trigonometry: Identities,
Trigonometric equations, properties of triangles, solution of
triangles, heights and distances, Inverse function, Complex numbers and
their properties, Cube roots of unity, DeMoivre's theorem. Coordinate Geometry: Pair of straight lines, Circles, General equation of second degree, parabola, ellipse and hyperbola, tracing of conics. Calculus: Limits
& continuity of functions, Differentiation of function of function,
tangents & normal, Simple examples of Maxima & Minima,
Indeterminate forms, Integration of function by parts, by substitution
and by partial fraction, definite integral, application to volumes and
surfaces of frustums of sphere, cone and cylinder. Differential
equations of first order and of first degree. Vectors : Algebra of vectors, scalar and vector products of two and three vectors and their applications. Dynamics : Velocity,
composition of velocity, relative velocity, acceleration, composition
of accelerations, Motion under gravity, Projectiles, Laws of motion,
Principles of conservation of momentum and energy, direct impact of
smooth bodies. Statics: Composition of
coplanar, concurrent and parallel forces moments and couples resultant
of set of coplanar forces and conditionof equilibrium, determination of
centroid in simple cases, Problems involving friction. Aesthetic sensitivity
Aesthetic sensitivity Test is aimed to evaluate a candidate for
aesthetic Perception, Imagination, and Observation; Creativity and
Communication; and Architectural awareness.  Visualizing three dimensional objects from two dimensional drawings  Visualizing different sides/surfaces of three dimensional objects.  Identifying commonly used materials and objects based on their textural qualities.  Analytical Reasoning  Mental Ability  Imaginative comprehension and expression  Architectural awareness Part B: Drawing Aptitude
The Drawing Aptitude Test is aimed to evaluate a candidate for his
understanding of Scale and Proportion; sense of perspective, colour and;
understanding of the effects of light on objects through shades and
shadows  Ability to sketch a given object proportionately and rendering the same in visually appealing manner  Visualising and drawing the effects of light on the objects and their shadow cast on the surroundings.  Sense of Perspective Drawing  Combining and composing given three dimensional elements to form a building or structural form  Creating interesting two dimensional compositions using given shapes or planner forms  Creating visual harmony using colours in given composition  Understanding of scale and sense of proportion
(A) Reasoning & Logical Deduction:  Geometrical designs & Identification  Selection of related letters/words/numbers/figures  Identification of odd thing/item out from a group  Completion of numerical series based on the pattern/logic  Fill in the blanks of the series based on the numerical pattern and logic of the series  Syllogisms (logic based questions), Identification of logic & selection of correct answers based on the logic (B) Numerical Ability & Scientific Aptitude:  Arithmetical questions up to 10^{th} standard  Calculation of fraction, percentages, square roots etc.  Profit & Loss and Interest calculations  Data/Table analysis, Graph & Bar Diagram and Pie Chart analysis  Questions related to common use of science (Physics & Chemistry)  Health & Nutrition (C) General Knowledge:  Current affairs/Events (Political, Social, Cultural & Economics)  Historical events  Geography including Tourist Places/Spots  Current affairs relating to Business & Trade  Countries & Currencies  Latest Who's Who?  Sports & Games (D) English Language:  Word Meanings  Antonyms & Synonyms  Meaning of Phrases & Idioms  Fill in the blanks  Complete/Improvement of the sentences with correct use of Pronouns, Verbs, Adverbs & Adjectives  Reading comprehension's followed by questions
The test is aimed at evaluating the verbal ability, quantitative
aptitude, logical & abstract reasoning and knowledge of current
affairs. The following is a brief description of contents of the test
paper. Section A (English Language):
Grammar, vocabulary, uncommon words, sentence completion, synonyms,
antonyms, relationship between words & phrases and comprehension of
passages. Section B (Numerical Aptitude): Numerical calculation, arithmetic, simple algebra, geometry and trigonometry, Interpretation of graphs, charts and tables. Section C (Thinking and Decision Making):
Creative thinking, unfamiliar relationships, verbal reasoning,
finding patternstrends and Assessment of figures & diagrams. Section D (General Awareness): Knowledge of current affairs and other issues related to trade, industry, economy, sports, culture and science.
(i) MATHEMATICS Modern Algebra:
Idempotent law, identities, complementary laws, Demorgan’s theorem,
mapping, inverse relation, equivalence relation, Piano’s Axiom,
definition of rational numbers and integers through equivalence
relation. Algebra: Surds, solution of
simultaneous and quadratic equations, arithmetic, geometric and harmonic
progression, Binomial theorem for any index, logarithms, exponential
and logarithmic series, determinants. Probability: Definition,
dependent and independent events, numerical problems on addition and
multiplication of probability, theorems of probability. Trigonometry: Simple
identities, trigonometric equations, properties of triangles, use of
mathematical tables, solution of triangles, height and distance, inverse
functions, DeMoiver’s theorem. CoOrdinate Geometry: Coordinate
geometry of the straight lines, pair of straight lines, circle,
parabola, ellipse and hyperbola and their properties. Calculus:
Differentiation of function of functions, tangents and normal, simple
examples of maxima of minima, limits of function, integration of
function (by parts, by substitution and by partial fraction), definite
integral (application to volumes and surfaces of frustums of sphere,
cone and cylinder). Vectors: Position vector, addition and subtraction of vectors, scalar and vector products and their applications. Dynamics: Velocity,
composition of velocity, relative velocity, acceleration, composition
of acceleration, motion under gravity, projectiles, laws of motions,
principles of conservation of momentum and energy, direct impact of
smooth bodies, pulleys. Statics: Composition of
coplanar, concurrent and parallel forces, moments and couples,
resultant of set of coplanar forces and conditions of equilibrium,
determination of Centroides in simple case, problems involving
friction. (ii) STATISTICS Theory of probability, Mean, Median, Mode, Dispersion and Standard Deviation. (iii) LOGICAL ABILITY Questions to test analytical and reasoning capability of candidates.
Engineering Mechanics, Engineering Graphics, Basic Electrical Engg.,
Basic Electronics Engg., Elements of computer science, Elementry
Biology, Basic Workshop Practice and Physics/Chemistry/Maths of Diploma
standard.
1. PharmaceuticsI 2. Pharmaceutical Chemistry  I 3. Pharmacognosy 4. Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology 5. Human Anatomy and Physiology 6. Health Education & Community Pharmacy 7. Pharmaceutics  II 8. Pharmaceutical Chemistry  II 9. Harmacology and Toxicology 10. Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence 11. Drug Store and Business management 12. Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy
Linear Algebra: Matrix Algebra, Systems of linear equations, Eigen values and eigen vectors. Calculus:
Mean value theorems, Theorems of integral calculus, Evaluation of
definite and improper integrals, Partial Derivatives, Maxima and minima,
multiple integrals, Fourier series. Vector identities, Directional
derivatives, Line, Surface and Volume integrals, Stokes, Gauss and
Green’s theorems. Differential equations: First
order equation (linear and nonlinear), Higher order linear differential
equations with constant coefficients, Method of variation of
parameters, Cauchy’s and Euler’s equations, Initial and boundary value
problems, Linear partial differential equations with constant
coefficients of 2^{nd} order and their classifications and variable separable method. Complex variables:
Analytic functions, Cauchy’s integral theorem and integral formula,
Taylor’s and Laurent’ series, Residue theorem, solution integrals. Probability and Statistics:
Sampling theorems, Conditional probability, Mean, median, mode and
standard deviation, Random variables, Discrete and continuous
distributions, Poisson, Normal and Binomial distribution, Correlation
and regression analysis. Fourier Series: Periodic
functions, Trignometric series, Fourier series of period 2, Eulers
formulae, Functions having arbitrary period, Change of interval, Even
and odd functions, Half range sine and cosine series. Transform Theory: Laplace
transform, Laplace transform of derivatives and integrals, Inverse
Laplace transform, Laplace transform of periodic functions, Convolution
theorem, Application to solve simple linear and simultaneous
differential equations. Fourier integral, Fourier complex
transform, Fourier sine and cosine transforms and applications to simple
heat transfer equations. Z – transform and its application to solve difference equations.
List of cities where UPSEE: 2011 will be conducted: City  Code  City  Code  City  Code  AGRA  01  GHAZIABAD  10  MORADABAD  19  ALIGARH  02  GHAZIPUR  11  MUZAFFARNAGAR  20  ALLAHABAD  03  GORAKHPUR  12  RAEBARELI  21  BAREILLY  04  JAUNPUR  13  SAHARANPUR  22  BANDA  05  JHANSI  14  SITAPUR  23  BARABANKI  06  KANPUR  15  SULTANPUR  24  ETAWAH  07  LUCKNOW  16  VARANASI  25  FAIZABAD  08  MATHURA  17  DELHI  26  G.B.NAGAR (NOIDA/GR. NOIDA)  09  MEERUT  18  ROORKEE  27 
BHMCT / BFAD
MBA
MCA
BTech (Second YearLateral Entry)
BTech
BTech (Bio Technology)
BPharma
BTech (Ag Engg.)
BArch
