AP POLYCET Syllabus & Exam Pattern, AP POLYCET is a Polytechnic common entrance test conducted by State Board of Technical Education and Training, Hyderabad for admission into Diploma level programmes conducted in Government, aided, Private unaided polytechnics and polytechnics run in existing Private unaided Engineering Colleges.
Every candidate desirous of seeking admission into Engineering/Non – Engineering Diploma courses can apply online for POLYCET 2019. No separate application form for admission is prescribed. The filled-in application for POLYCET 2019 itself is an application for admission.
The AP POLYCET 2020 official schedule has been released. The Polytechnic Common Entrance Test (POLYCET) is an entrance examination conducted by the State Board of Technical Education and Training for admission to all Diploma Courses in Engineering/Non-Engineering/ Technology offered at Polytechnics/ Institutes including all Aided and Unaided Private Polytechnics/ Institutes running as a second shift in Private Engineering Colleges in Andhra Pradesh for the academic year 2019-19.
AP POLYCET 2020 Exam pattern:
The Question paper will have 120 questions which will be objective in nature. There will be 60 Questions in Mathematics for 60 Marks, 30 Questions in Physics for 30 Marks, and 30 Questions in Chemistry for 30 Marks. The online application process will begin On March 19, 2019. The last date for filling the online application form is April 13, 2019, and the exam will be conducted on April 28, 2019.
Candidates who have passed SSC or class 10 board examinations or are due to appear in the board examination in March/April 2019 are eligible to apply. The examination (POLYCET) will be of 2 hours duration. There will be only one paper that will have questions as per the syllabus in the subjects of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry of X Class (SSC) Examination March / April 2019 as prescribed by State Board of Secondary Education, Andhra Pradesh.
The examination (POLYCET) will be of 2 hours duration consisting of only one paper as per the syllabus in the subjects of Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry of X Class (S.S.C.) Examination March / April 2019 as prescribed by State Board of Secondary Education, AP
The Question paper consists of 120 questions with a choice of four responses for each question with only one correct response among them.
i) 60 Questions in Mathematics for 60 Marks.
ii) 30 Questions in Physics for 30 Marks.
iii) 30 Questions in Chemistry for 30 Marks.
Besides the items listed at Serial No. 5 above, the candidates should not bring any other material.
This instruction sheet also should not be brought into the examination Hall. The instruction sheet would be available in the Examination hall for ready reference. Candidates should not bring Logarithmic Tables, Calculators, pagers, Cell phone or any other supporting electronic gadgets into the Examination Hall. Any candidate found in possession of any forbidden material will be sent out of the Examination Hall and may also lead to the cancellation of the performance of the candidate.
Candidates must remain seated in their allotted places till the completion of the Examination. In no case will they be allowed to leave the examination Hall till 12-00 Noon, i.e. one hour after the commencement of the Examination. Before leaving, the candidates must return the response sheet/answer sheet and can take away the question paper booklet.
Every Candidate appearing for POLYCET-2019 shall be provided with a specially designed Optical Mark Reader (OMR) Response Sheet (Answer Sheet), on which the candidate shall have to mark his or her answers and other relevant data. The method of marking the answers is illustrated in this section.
Candidates are advised to go through the instructions given for marking the answers and other entries on the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) response sheet thoroughly and practice the same at their residence, which would make it easy for them to answer in the Examination Hall.
Further, the Candidates are advised not to scribble or make any marks on the response sheet except marking the answers and other relevant data at the appropriate place on the Response Sheet. Any violation of these instructions will automatically lead to the disqualification of the Candidate.
Candidates shall note that they will not be given a second blank Optical Mark Reader (OMR) response sheet under any circumstances. Hence they are advised to be very careful while handling the OMR response sheet.
Candidates shall read the instruction sheet carefully before starting to answer the questions.
The question paper booklet given to the Candidates shall consist of 120 multiple choice type questions in three different sections with four responses given to each question out of which only one response is correct for the given question. Candidates shall mark the correct answer in the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) response sheet by shading in Dark the appropriate circle with HB/2Bpencil only. They should not use under any circumstance Ballpen for this purpose.
Candidates shall be required to indicate their Hall ticket number on the Optical mark reader (OMR) response sheet. It shall be done as demonstrated by shading the appropriate circle. Candidates are requested to answer all questions. All questions carry equal marks. There is no negative marking for incorrect answers.
SYLLABUS FOR POLYTECHNIC COMMON ENTRANCE TEST
The syllabus of mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry for POLYCET-2015 is the same as that of SSC Examination of March / April 2015 conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, AP.
Structure of the question paper:
AP POLYCET Syllabus & Exam Pattern:
|Section A||01 to 60||Mathematics|
|Section B||61 to 90||Physics|
|Section C||91 to 120||Chemistery.|
The question paper for the common Entrance Test for admission into polytechnics consists of 120 questions. All questions are of multiple-choice type. Each question will have a stem and four answers noted against as 1,2,3 and 4. Out of these four, only one is an appropriate answer to the statement given in stem and the other three are distractors. A few sample questions of the type in all subjects are shown here. The stem is given both in Telugu and English.
The distractors are also given in both languages whenever necessary. All correct responses (Answers) to the questions must be entered by shading / darkening the circle/oval on the OMR responses Sheet provided separately for this purpose. AP POLYCET Syllabus & Exam Pattern
AP Polytechnic Entrance Test Key dates: (Not official)
- Commencement of filing of online application: 14/03/2020
- Last date for the sale of POLYCET booklet and filing of online application: 14/04/2020
- Date of conduct of POLYCET-2020: 27/04/2020 Time: 11.00 AM to 1.00 PM.
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