The objective of the Diploma Programme is to produce supervisory level technical manpower. More emphasis is given on practical oriented class work with an extensive training in industry.
(a) Entry Qualification: The admission to the 2 year Diploma Programmes is only for the Certificate students of SLIET admitted in the Year 2013. Candidates must have secured 50% marks (45% in case of candidates belonging to reserved categories) in the qualifying examination.
(b) Duration: The duration of Diploma programme is 2 years.
(c) Disciplines & Seats: Available disciplines and information regarding distribution of seats in 2 year Diploma programmes are given in Table 4.1.
(d) Admission Procedure: (Only for SLIET certificate students admitted in the year 2013 ): There will be vertical mobility of 50% of the sanctioned strength in each Certificate Programme to Diploma Programme. The linkage between Certificate and Diploma modules is illustrated in Table 4.2. For vertical promotion from Certificate course to Diploma course against these reserved seats, the Certificate course students shall apply for entrance test (SET-II) in order to enter into the Diploma stream as per Table 4.2. Such students have to apply through online mode. A SLIET student will be eligible for admission under this category who had got admission in Certificate course in 2013-2014 & not earlier and had completed the course in the prescribed period of normal study i.e. two years and by availing only prescribed chances to clear a subject. The students admitted under NRI / PWD category will not be eligible for promotion
TABLE 4.2 : Linkage between various Certificate and Diploma Programme for the Academic
Principles of Vertical Admission (from Certificate to Diploma Programme) Admission to the vertical entry seats shall be 50% of the sanctioned strength of the students in a particular Certificate Programme in 2013 and not earlier. If a student from promoted candidates do not claim admission in a trade or a seat falls vacant afterwards in a trade, then that seat will be offered to next eligible candidate in that trade.
(f) Entrance Test Schedule :
|SET-II (Diploma)||26th April, 2015||10A.M -12.30 P.M|
(g) Fee Structure for Diploma Programme (Itemized fee structure is in Section 2.10) :
Tuition Fee : US$ 1600 per annum (US$ 800 per annum for SAARC countries)For NRI/NRI sponsored candidates in Diploma, the tuition fee and Institute Development Charges shall be as follows:
|Fee Particulars||Amount (In Rupees)|
|A.||Refundable Fee (Without any interest)||5000|
|C.||Other Fee: (Per Semester) (Non-Refundable)||8500|
|Grand Total (A + B + C)||17700|
Other Charges :US$ 500 per annum
Note : The fee structure may be revised from time to time with the approval of competent authority.
Syllabus of SLIET Entrance Test (Set-II) For Admission to Diploma Programme, 2015
Pattern of Set-II
SLIET Entrance Test (SET-II) for admission to Diploma Programme will consist of one paper of two & half hours duration. This paper will have 150 objective types questions of 150 marks from English, General Knowledge, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
Note: Answers of the objective type questions are to be filled in the OMR answer sheet given separately during the Examination. There will be 25% negative marking for wrong answers.
Syllabus and Model Questions
Time : 2½ Hours
English, General Knowledge And Aptitude Test
Marks: 20 (20 Questions)
1. General Science
2. Idioms and Phrases
3. Events of National & International Importance
4. Fill in the blanks with suitable words/prepositions
5. Correction of sentences
6. Change of Voice
7. Current Affairs
8. Indian National Movement
9. History of India
10. Mental Aptitude
Mathematics: Marks: 50 (50 Questions)
Algebra : Integers, rational and irrational numbers, ratio and proportions. Polynomials, GCD and LCM of Polynomials by factorization method. Linear equations in one variable; solution of simultaneous equations. Law of indices. Solution of quadratic equations, relationship between their roots and coefficients. Equations reducible to quadratic form. Symmetric Functions of roots. Formation of a quadratic equation with given roots. Arithmetic progression, Geometric progression and Arithmetico-Geometric series. Series of natural numbers (∑ n, ∑ n2 , ∑ n3). Permutations and Combinations, Binomial theorem for any index. Complex numbers. Algebra of complex numbers. Modulus and argument of a complex number. Conjugate of a complex number. Triangle inequality, representation of complex number in ARGAND’s Diagram, polar form & exponential form. Square Root of a complex number. Cube roots of unity. De-Moivre’s Theorem with simple applications. Vectors, their Scalar product and cross product. Scalar triple product and its applications.
Trigonometry : Trigonometric ratios-sin x, cos x, tan x, cot x, cosec x and sec x for 0°, 30°, 45°, 60° and 90°. Trigonometric Identities. Use of Trigonometric tables. Trigonometric ratios and their relations. Trigonometric Identities. Tratios of allied angles. Addition and Subtraction formulae. Transformation of product into sum or difference and vice-versa. T-ratios of multiple and sub-multiple angles. Inverse trigonometric functions. Solution of trigonometric equations. Heights and distances Trigonometric Identities. Use of Trigonometric tables. Trigonometric ratios and their relations. Trigonometric Identities. Tratios of allied angles. Addition and Subtraction formulae. Transformation of product into sum or difference and vice-versa.T-ratios of multiple and sub-multiple angles. Inverse trigonometric functions. Solution of trigonometric equations. Heightsand distances.
Mensuration : Perimeter and area of a triangle, square, rectangle, rhombus, trapezium, quadrilateral and circle. Volume and surface area of cube, right prism, cylinder, cone and sphere.
Geometry: Point, line, collinear points, intersecting and non-intersecting lines in a plane. Family of lines, concurrent lines, distance between two parallel lines. Angle-acute, obtuse and right angles. Triangle, its sides and angles. Similarity of triangles. Congurence of triangles. Pythagoras theorem and its converse. Circle. Diameter and circumference of a circle. Arc and sector of a circle. Chord and segment of a circle. Tangent to a circle. Family of concentric circles. Direct and transverse common tangents. Centroid, and orthocentre.
Statistics: Collection and tabulation of statistical data. Graphical representation of statistical data, bar diagram, histograms, pie-charts. Measures of central tendency (mean, median, mode). Simple problems on probability.
Matrices and Determinants: Determinants of order 2 and 3, their elementary properties. Definition of a matrix. Types of matrices. Equality of matrices. Operations on matrices. Symmetric & Skew Symmetric matrices. Singular and non-singular matrices. Minors and cofactors. Adjoint and inverse of a matrix. Solution of simultaneous linear equations in 2 and 3 variables.
Coordinate Geometry: Rectangular Cartesian co-ordinates. Distance between two points. Section formulae. Locus of a point. Equation of a straight line in various forms. Angle between two given lines. Condition for two lines to be parallel or perpendicular. Distance of a point from a line. Line through point of intersection of two given lines. Concurrency of lines. Equation of a circle in various forms. Intersection of a circle with a straight line. Equations of tangent and normal to a circle. Intersection of two circles. Parametric representation of equation of a circle. Equations of the parabola, ellipse and hyperbola in the standard forms.
Calculus: Function, its domain and range. Limit, continuity and differentiability of a function. Derivative of sum, difference, product and quotient of two functions. Derivative of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, hyperbolic and Inverse trigonometric functions. Chain rule. Derivative of functions expressed in implicit and parametric forms. Logarithmic differentiation. Tangents and Normals. Maximum and Minimum values of a function. Integration as the inverse process of differentiation. Integration by parts, by substitution and by partial fractions. Integration of rational and irrational functions. Definite integral and its application for the determination of area (simple cases).
Physics : Marks: 40 (40 Questions)
Unit & Dimensions: SI Units
Motion : Uniform and non-uniform motion (qualitative idea only), displacement, speed and velocity, acceleration, equations of motion. Projectile, circular motion & concept of relative motion.
Force : Definition, Inertia of a body, balanced and unbalanced forces, relationship between force, acceleration and mass of an object, action and reaction of forces. Newton’s law of motion.
Gravitation : Laws of gravitation, acceleration due to gravity. Work : Work done by a force, relation between work and energy, kinetic energy and potential energy. angular momentum, torque equilibrium of rigid bodies. Hooks law, Youngs modules, Shear & Bulk modules.
Wave Motion : Nature of wave, propagation of a wave through a medium, type of waves; longitudinal, transverse, simple harmonic motion (graphical representation), amplitude of wave, relationship between wave length, frequency and velocity of wave. Superimposition of waves, progressive waves, stationary waves, vibration strings, air columns, reasonance. Beats, velocity of sound, Echo, Doppler effect.
Light : Perception of energy carried by light waves, human eye structure and function of human eye, focal length of eyelens, image formation on the retina, perception of color-composition of white light. Rectilinear propagation of light. Reflection and refraction at plane and curved surface, total internal reflection and critical angles.Deviation and dispersion of light by a prism.Thin lens, combinations of mirror and lens, magnifications, microscope, telescope.
Heat : Mechanical work and heat, heat and temperature, measurement of temperature, specific heat, thermal expansion, change of state, idea of latent heat, idea about relative humidity. Thermal expansion of solids, liquids and gases. Kinetic theory of gases, specific heats, Isothermal and adiabatic process, laws of thermodynamics & their applications, Stefans law and Newton’s law of cooling
Electricity : Conductors and resistors, measurement of current, potential difference and resistance. Heating effect of electric current, quantitative relationship between heat, current, resistance and time of flow of current, electric appliances based on heating effect of current, measurement of electric energy, units of electric power and energy. Coulombs law, electric fields and electric potentials, lines of forces. Capacitance, dielectric constant, parallel plate capacitor, capacitor in series and parallel, energy stored in capacitor, charging and discharging of capacitors. Electric current, Ohm’s law, series and parallel arrangements of resistances and cells. Kirchoffs law and its applications to network, heating effects of current.
Magnetic effects of electric Current : Magnetic field of a current carrying conductor, coil and solenoid, electric motor & its applications, Electromagnetic induction. Biot-Savart’s law and its application. Force on a moving charge and on a current carrying wire in magnetic field. Magnetic moment of a current loop, effect of a uniform magnetic field on current loop, moving coil glavanometer, voltmeter, ammeter. Electromagnetic induction, Faraday’s and Lenz’s law, definitions of self and mutual-inductance
Reference Book : Physics Class XI and XII Published by NCERT.
Chemistry: Marks : 40 (40 Questions)
Matter-Nature and Behaviour : Nature and behaviour of different types of substances, elements, compounds and their mixtures, structure of matter, atomic theory, molecules and atom; Structure of atom-electrons, protons and neutrons; composition of nucleus-atomic number and mass number, distribution of electrons in different energy levels in an atom, valence electrons and valency.
Atomic Mass and Molecular Mass: Mole concept, percentage composition of compounds.
Physical and Chemical Changes: Combination, displacement, decomposition, slow, fast, exothermic and endothermic reactions, catalyst; chemical equations.
Electrochemical Cell: Construction and working of a simple voltaic cell; lead storage battery and dry cell; electrolysismovement of ions during electrolysis; Faraday’s Laws; electroplating.
Fuel : Type of fuels, coal; natural fuels, conditions for combustion, heat produced during combustion, combustion of food in living organisms
Mineral Cycles : Carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle, nitrogen fixation, oxygen cycle, oxidation process, water cycle, role of energy in different cycles
Water : Water a natural resource, origin of life in it, a medium for the activity of the living, a solvent, uses, saturated and unsaturated solution, sea water as habitat of organism, salts from sea
Air : Composition, Atmosphere & its role in radiation, Carbon dioxide and its diverse effects on living organism, role of trees, release of carbon dioxide from fossils, fuels and automobiles, corrosion of metals, damage of historical monuments from acidic gases, effect of metallic particles, asbestos, etc., on living organisms. Carbon monoxide and its ill effects, air pollution and its effects on human beings.
Dependence of Man on Natural Resources : Minerals from earth, metals and non-metals, uses of non-metals.
Carbon and its Compounds : Introduction, allotropes of carbon and their occurrence, structure, related properties and uses; hydrocarbons – their elementary structure, properties and uses; isomerism (elementary idea); simple compounds of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen and their uses; petroleum products; introductory account of synthetic fibres, plastics, rubber, soaps and detergents
Extraction of Metals : Metals and non-metals (Si, P,S) occurrence, properties and uses; general metallurgical operations for extraction of pure metal (extraction of copper, iron and aluminum). Properties of metals, uses of metals and nonmetals; properties of some alloys (brass, gunmetal, German silver, Solder, bronze), uses at home and in industry.
Atomic Structure & Classification of Elements: Rutherford’s Model, spectra of hydrogen atom, Bohr’s model, quantum numbers, Pauli’s exclusion principle, Hund’s rule, Aufbau’s principle, electronic configuration of elements, shapes of s,p and d orbitals. Periods and groups, classification of elements with respect to s, p and d-block, periodicity in properties, namely atomic and ionic radii, ionization energy, electronegativity and oxidation states.
Stoichiometry : Calculations involving common oxidation reduction, neutralization and displacement reactions
Behaviour of Gases : Avogadro’s Law, equation of state and ideal gas, Vander waal’s equation, diffusion of gases, kinetic theory of gases, average, root mean square and most probable velocity and their relation with temperature, Gay Lussac’s Law.
Solutions : Expressing concentration in terms of mole fraction, molality, molarity and normality, Raoult’s Law and molecular weight determination from lowering of vapour pressure.
Chemical Equilibrium, Kinetics and Energetics: Law of mass action, equilibrium constants Kc, Kp and their relationships, Le-Chatelier’s principle and its applications, ionic equilibria in aqueous solutions, solubility product, common ion effect, acid-base theories (Bronsted and Lewis), hydrolysis of salts, pH, buffer solutions. Rate of reaction, order of reaction, molecularity, rate constant and half-life period of first order reaction, variations of rate constant with temperature (Arrhenius equation). Heat of formation, heat of combustion and heat of reaction, Hess’s Law, bond energy. Electrochemistry : cell reactions, Nernst equation, standard potential, and electrochemical series, e.m.f. of cells involving the following electrodes only: Zn/Zn++, Fe++/Fe+++, Sn/Sn++, (Pt)H2/H+ ,Cl2(Pt).
Ores and Minerals : Commercially important ores of iron, tin, silicon, aluminum, lead, iron, copper, silver and zinc with their extractive metallurgy (chemical principles and reactions only, industrial details excluded). i) Carbon reduction method (iron and tin); ii) Self reduction method (copper and lead); iii) Electrolytic reduction method (magnesium and aluminum); iv) Cyanide process (silver)
Transition elements (only the first series) definition, general characteristics properties viz. variable oxidation states, colour [details of electronic transition excluded], paramagnetism, [formation of complexes, stereochemistry excluded].
Preparation and Properties of the following Compounds : Oxides, hydroxides, carbonates, bicarbonates, chlorides and alums, oxides and chlorides of tin and lead, ferrous sulphate, Mohr’s salt, ferric oxide and ferric chloride, copper sulphate, oxide and sulphate of zinc, silver nitrate and silver bromide. Hydrogen peroxide and carbides, silicones and silicone carbides, nitrogen and phosphorous, oxides and oxy acids of ammonia, fertilizers, sulphur oxides, sulphurous and sulphuric acids, sodium thiosulphate and hydrogen sulphide, halogens, oxyacids of chlorine, bleaching powder.
Isolation, Preparation and Properties of Non-Metals : Silicon, nitrogen, phosphorous, oxygen, sulphur, fluorine, chlorine, bromine and iodine (preparation and properties of ozone included).
Alkanes, Alkenes, Alkynes and Benzene: Preparation of alkanes (Wurtz reaction and decarboxylation reaction), substitution reaction of alkanes (including mechanism). Preparation by dehydrohalogenation of respective alkyl halides and by dehydration of alcohols, addition reactions (Markownikoff’s and anti-Markownikoff’s rule including mechanism, ozonolysis). Benzene structure, properties, nitration, sulphonation, halogenation, acylation and alkylation reactions, effect of o-, pand m- directing groups in monosubstituted benzenes
Characteristics Reactions of following Organic Compounds: Alcohols (esterification, dehydration, oxidation, reactions with sodium, phosphorous halides and zinc-chloride/conc.HCl), phenols (halogenation, nitration, sulphonation and ReimerTeimann reaction), aldehydes and ketones (oxidation, reduction, oxime and hydrazone formation, aldol condensation, Cannizaro’s reaction, haloform and Grignard reactions).
Model Objective Type Questions
Fill the choice of the alternative you think to be correct answer in the OMR answer sheet.
Q.1 The house burnt for hours before the blaze was put…….
Q.2 nth derivative of ax is:
(b) axlog a
(d) ax(log a)n
Q.3 The instrument which measures temperature by radiation is called :
Q.4 The reaction of formation of ethyl alcohol from ethylbromide in the presence of aq. KOH is
(a) Addition reaction
(b) Elimination reaction
(c) Substitution reaction
(d) None of these