MAHMCACET  MASTER IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS  Common Entrance Test 
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Applications are invited for MAHMCACET 201213
for admission to First Year of threeyear Full Time Post Graduate
Degree Course in MCA in the Government, Govt. Aided, University Managed,
University Departments and Unaided Institutes in the Maharashtra State.
Common Entrance Test for Admission to First Year of Three Years Full Time MCA Course for the Year 201213
Scheme of CET The MAHMCACET 2012 examination comprises of two papers (objective type) of one hour duration viz. General Aptitude (GA) and Computer Concepts (CC). The syllabus & sample question paper are available on website and also in brochure.
General Aptitude The main objective of this paper is to assess the general aptitude of the candidate to pursue a computer applications and software profession.
The candidate should fulfill the following eligibility criteria:
Passed
with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA (45% in case
of candidates of backward class categories belonging to Maharashtra
State only) in any Bachelor’s degree awarded by any of the Universities
incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India or
other educational institutions established by an act of Parliament or
declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the UGC Act,
1956 of minimum three years duration in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities,
or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of
HRD, Government of India and having studied Mathematics or Statistics as
one of the subjects at 10 + 2 level or higher level examination.
OR
Appeared
for the final year examination of any Bachelor’s degree to be awarded
by any of the Universities incorporated by an act of the central or
state legislature in India or other educational institutions established
by an act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under
Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956 of minimum three years duration in any
discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities, or an
equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government
of India and having studied Mathematics or Statistics as one of the
subjects at 10 + 2 level or higher level examination. Such candidates
will be considered for provisional admission subject to passing the
Degree examination with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent
CGPA (45% in case of candidates of backward class categories belonging
to Maharashtra State only).
Note: The candidates who have passed Bachelor
of Computer Application (BCA), Bachelor of Computer Science (BCS),
Bachelor of Science (Computer/Information Technology) degree courses
are not required to fulfill the requirement of having studied
Mathematics or Statistics as one of the subjects at 10+2 level or higher
level examination.
The questions in this paper will cover: logical reasoning, quantitative reasoning, high school mathematics, vocabulary, English comprehension and verbal ability. A good grasp of the following topics of high school mathematics (up to the 12th standard) will be useful:
1. Algebra : Fundamental operations in Algebra, Expansion, factorization, Quadratic equations, indices, logarithms, arithmetic, geometric and harmonic progressions, binomial theorem, permutations and combinations.
2. Coordinate Geometry : Rectangular Cartesian coordinates, equations of a line, mid point, intersections etc., equations of a circle, distance formulae, pair of straight lines, parabola, ellipse and hyperbola, simple geometric transformations such as translation, rotation, scaling.
3. Differential Equations: Differential equations of first order and their solutions, linear differential equations with constant coefficients, homogenous linear differential equations.
4. Trigonometry: Simple identities, trigonometric equations, properties of triangles, solution of triangles, height and distance, inverse function.
5. Probability and Statistics : Basic concepts of probability theory, Averages, Dependent and independent events, frequency distributions, and measures of dispersions, skewness and kurtosis, random variable and distribution functions, mathematical expectations, Binomial, Poisson, normal distributions, curve fitting, and principle of least squares, correlation and regression.
6. Arithmetic: Ratios and proportions, problems on timework, distancespeed, percentage, etc.
7. Basic Set Theory and Functions: Set, relations and mappings.
8. Mensuration: areas, triangles and quadrilaterals, area and circumference of circles, volumes and surface areas of simple solids such as cubes, spheres, cylinders and cones.
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