TS POLYCET Syllabus 2023 and check the Exam Pattern for Polytechnic Entrance Test. TS 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.
TS POLYCET for the candidates seeking admission into Agriculture Diploma Courses offered by Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU) both University and affiliated polytechnics in Telangana.
Every candidate desirous of seeking admission into Engineering/Non – Engineering Diploma courses can apply through online for POLYCET. No separate application form for admission is prescribed. The filled-in application for POLYCET itself is an application for admission.
The time duration for the TS POLYCET Entrance exam: The examination (POLYCET) will be of 2 hours duration consisting of only one paper as per the syllabus in the subjects of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biological Science of X Class (SSC) Examination March / April as prescribed by the State Board of Secondary Education, Telangana
|Name of the Syllabus||TS POLYCET Syllabus 2023|
|Title||Download the Telangana POLYCET Syllabus 2023|
|Subject||SBTET Telangana has released the TS POLYCET Syllabus 2023|
|Online applying Website||polycetts.nic.in|
|Name of the University / Board||Courses|
|SBTET Telangana||Engineering, Non Engineering Polytechnic Diploma Courses|
|Telangana Horticulture University (SKLTSHU)||Horticulture Polytechnic Diploma Courses|
|Telangana Agriculture University (PJTSAU)||Agriculture Polytechnic Diploma Courses|
|Telangana Veterinary University (PVNRTVU)||Veterinary Polytechnic Diploma Courses|
TS POLYCET Exam pattern
The Question paper consists of 120 questions with a choice of four responses for each question with only one correct response among them. The pattern proposed is as follows.
|Maths||60 Questions||60 Marks|
|Physics||30 Questions||30 Marks|
|Chemistry||30 Questions||30 Marks|
|Biological Science||30 Questions||30 Marks|
|Total||150 Questions||150 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. 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 a 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 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 practise 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 5 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 Ball pen 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.
How to download the TS POLYCET Syllabus PDF?
SBTET Telangana would release the Polytechnic Entrance Exam notification on its web portal. Students who want to apply for the Telangana POLYCET examination, can check details and download the detailed information bulletin, Syllabus and exam pattern from the official website, polycetts.nic.in. Students should read the notification before going to submit the application. To download syllabus, students should follow the given simple steps.
- Visit the polycetts.nic.in Website
Students need to visit the official website of TS Polytechnic Entrance Test. For this, on your device browser type the website address polycetts.nic.in, press enter button and you will see the displayed website on the device screen.
- Click on the Notification link
Once you reach the official website of POLYCET Telangana, click on the notification link as shown in the home page. After clicking on it, a new web page will appear on the screen.
- Download the Syllabus PDF
After clicking on that link, a new web page will appear. On this page, click on the Syllabus PDF link. A detailed Information Bulletin Booklet PDF file would be opened in your device.
- Check the Syllabus
After downloading the Prospectus Booklet PDF, open the PDF file and read it carefully before going to appear the Telangana Polytechnic entrance examination.
- Download the Booklet
On the notification web page, Telangana POLYCET Syllabus included Booklet PDF will be available. Download the PDF file and read the complete information.
- Print the Syllabus
After reading and check the all the information, click on Print button for taking the printout of the notification which is useful for online applying and getting more information about POLYCET.
The qualifying marks in POLYCET:
|Admission into||Qualifying marks|
|Polytechnics of Technical Education Department||30% of 120 marks i.e., 36 Marks in Maths, Physics, Chemistry put together|
|Agricultural Polytechnics of Prof. Jayashankar Agricultural University, Hyderabad||30% of 120 marks i.e., 36 Marks in Maths (60/2), Biology, Physics, Chemistry put together|
How to answer and fill up the details on OMR Response Sheet?
Follow the instructions given on the OMR Response Sheet. Fill up or darken all the Relevant Circles/Boxes on the OMR Sheet carefully otherwise your Answer Sheet will be invalidated. Use Ball Point Pen (Blue or Black) to fill the details such as the name of the candidate, hall ticket number, name of the examination centre, date of examination, candidate’s signature on side 1 of OMR Sheet.
SYLLABUS FOR POLYTECHNIC COMMON ENTRANCE TEST: The Syllabus of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology for POLYCET-2020 is the same as that of SSC Examination of March/April-2020 conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Telangana
Structure of the question paper: The question paper for Common Entrance Test for Admission into Polytechnics consists of 120 Questions.
|Section I||01 to 60||Mathematics|
|Section II||61 to 90||Physics|
|Section III||91 to 120||Chemistry.|
|Section IV||121 to 150||Biological Science|
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.
TS SBTET News: It is to inform you that the changes have been made in the Question paper pattern for POLYCET Common Entrance Examination Test for admission into Polytechnics for the academic year onwards. The Duration of Entrance Exam is Two hours ( 120 minutes) the question pattern is Multiple choice questions or one mark each. Hence it is requested to give wide publicity for the benefit of candidates who are attending the .class X examination.
The question paper for 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. TS POLYCET (Telangana polytechnic entrance test) 2020
TS POLYCET Syllabus 2023
(A) Mathematics Syllabus for POLYCET
|Mathematics Topic||Sub topic|
|Real Numbers||1) Division Algorithm|
2) Euclid’s Algorithm
3) Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic
4) Rational Numbers And Their Decimal Expansions
5) Irrational Numbers
|Sets||1) Roster Form and Set Builder Form|
2) Empty set, Universal set and subset
3) Basic operations onsets
4) Venn diagrams
5) Equal sets
6) Finite & infinite sets, cardinality of a finite set
|Polynomials||1) Degree, zero, value of a polynomial|
2) Graphical representation of a quadratic polynomial
3) Relationship between zeroes and coefficients of a polynomial
|Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables||1) Graphical Method|
2) Relationship between coefficients and nature of equations
3) Substitution method
4) Elimination method
|Quadratic Equations||1) Quadratic equation|
2) Solution by Factorization
3) Nature of roots
|Progressions||1) What is an arithmetic progression?|
2) nth term of AP
3) Sum of ‘n’ terms of AP
|Coordinate Geometry||1) Distance between two points|
2) Section Formula- Points of trisection, centroid
3) Area of triangle
4) Slope of a line
|Similar Triangles||1) Similar Triangles|
2) Basic Proportionality theorem and converse
3) Criteria for Similarity of triangles
4) Pythagoras Theorem
|Tangents and Secants to a Circle||1) Tangents of a circle|
2) Finding Length of a Tangent
3) Number of Tangents to a circle
|Mensuration||1) Surface Area and Volume of Solid Figures|
2) Surface Area of Combination of Solids
3) Volume of Combination of Solids
|Trigonometry||1) Trigonometric Ratios|
2) Values of Trigonometric Ratios for specific Angles
3) Trigonometric Identities
|Applications of Trigonometry||1) Problems with one triangle|
2) Problems with two triangles
|Probability||1) Probability-Mutually Exclusive Events|
2) Complementary Events and probability
3) Deck of Cards and probability
4) Applications of probability
|Statistics||1) Mean – Direct Method & Assumed mean method|
4) Graph of Ogive Curves(less than type)
(B) Chemistry Syllabus for POLYCET
|Chemistry Topics||Sub topics|
Some daily life examples of chemical reactions
Chemical equations – writing chemical equations
skeletal chemical equations
balancing chemical equations
Writing symbols of physical states
gas evolved and precipitate formed
Interpreting a balanced chemical equation.
|Acids, Bases and Salts||Introduction|
Chemical properties of acids& bases
what do acids have in common?
What do bases have in common?
Do Acids produce Ions only in Aqueous Solution?
Reaction of Acid, Base with water
Strength of Acid or Base – pH scale
Importance of pH in everyday life, Salts
Chemicals from common salt.
|Structure of Atom||Introduction|
Spectrum, Electromagnetic Spectrum
Bohr’s model of Hydrogen atom and its limitations, Quantum Numbers
Quantum mechanical model of an Atom
Electronic Configuration of elements in their atoms
Paulis Exclusion principle
Hund’s Rule of maximum multiplicity
|Classification of Elements – The Periodic Table||Introduction|
Need for arrangement of elements in an organized manner
Doberieners Triads –Limitations, Newland’s law of Octaves
Mendeleev’s Periodic Table (Periodic law, Achievements &
Modern Periodic Table
Properties of element and their trends in groups and periods.
|Principles of Metallurgy||Occurrence of Metals in nature|
Extractions of metals from the Ores – activity series and related metallurgy
Flow chart of steps involved in the extraction of metals from ore, extraction of crude metals from the ore
Corrosion – Prevention of Corrosion
Important Processes used in metallurgy, Flux, Furnace.
(C) Physics Syllabus for POLYCET
|Physics Topic||Sub topic|
|Reflection of light at Curved Surfaces||Introduction|
Normal to the curved surface
Centre of curvature
Radius of curvature
Images formed by spherical mirrors
Ray diagrams for spherical mirrors
Formula for spherical mirrors – sign convention
Application of reflection – Solar Cooker
|Refraction of Light at Curved Surfaces||Introduction|
Refraction of light at curved surface
Lenses, Image formation
Rules for Ray diagram
Images formed by the lenses
Formula derived for thin lenses
Focal length of lens depends on surrounding medium
Behaviour of certain light ray when they are incident on a lens
Rules to draw the ray diagram for image formation by lens
Lens maker formula
|Human Eye and Colourful world||Introduction|
Least distance of distinct vision
Structure of human Eye
Electric current, Potential difference
How a battery or a cell works
Ohms law and its limitations
resistance, specific resistance
factors influencing resistance
Electric Circuits, Kirchhoff’s laws
(D) Biology Syllabus for POYCET
|Biology Topic||Sub topics|
Water and Photosynthesis
Air and Photosynthesis
Light and Photosynthesis
Chlorophyll and Photosynthesis
Where does Photosynthesis take place?
Mechanism of Photosynthesis
Nutrition in Human Beings
Flow chart of human digestive system
Health aspects of the alimentary canal
Diseases due to malnutrition
Vitamin deficiency diseases
|RESPIRATION||Discovery of gases and respiration|
Steps in Respiration
Pathway of air
Epiglottis and passage of air
Mechanism of respiration in human beings
Gaseous Exchange (alveoli to capillaries)
Transportation of gases
Gaseous exchange (capillaries to cells and back)
Respiration versus combustion
Evolution in gases exchanging system
Respiration in plants
Photosynthesis versus Respiration
|TRANSPORTATION||Introduction – Need of the transport system in all living beings|
Internal structure of the heart
Blood vessels and circulation
The cardiac cycle
Single and double circulation
Coagulation of blood
How is water absorbed?
The mechanism of water movement in plants
Transport of mineral salts
Transport of materials in plants
|EXCRETION||Introduction – Need of excretion|
Excretion in Human Beings
Excretory System in Human being
Mechanism of urine formation
Composition of urine
Dialysis Machine (Artificial kidney)
Other pathways of excretion (accessory excretory organs)
Excretion in other organisms
Excretion and release of substances in plants
Excretion Vs Secretion
|COORDINATION||Introduction – Need for control and coordination|
Responding to stimuli
Integrating pathways – nervous coordination
Structure of nerve cell
Central Nervous System(CNS)
Peripheral Nervous System
Autonomous Nervous System
Coordination without nerves
Other chemical coordinators
Control mechanisms in plants
Tropic and nastic movements in plants
Asexual mode of reproduction
Reproduction in placental mammals – Human beings
Male reproductive system
Female reproductive system
Sexual reproduction in flowering plants
Cell division and continuation of life
Cell division in Human beings
Birth control methods
Fighting against social ills
|HEREDITY & EVOLUTION||Introduction|
New characters and variations
Mendel and his experiments
Reasons for selecting pea plant
Procedure followed by Mendel
Mono hybrid cross
Self pollination in F1- Generation
Di hybrid Cross
Parent to progeny
How do traits get expressed?
Sex determination in human beings
Evidences of evolution
Evidences from embryology
Evidences from fossils
Human being –a moving museum