January 30, 2011

syllabus for thapar university LEET 2010

THAPAR UNIVERSITY LEET 2010

LATERAL ENTRY ADMISSION TO THE SECOND YEAR OF UG PROGRAMME


ELIGIBILITY:
A candidate shall be eligible for admission in the BE/BTech programmes subject to the following conditions:
The candidate
(i) has passed
(a) diploma, in relevant discipline, of minimum 3 years duration after
matriculation
OR
(b) diploma, in relevant discipline, of minimum 2 years duration after
10+2
from Polytechnic College/Institute affiliated with State Board of Technical
Education/University, or recognized by UGC/AICTE with a minimum of 60% marks ( 55% for SC/ST) in aggregate or equivalent grade point.
(ii) has qualified LEET-TU with at least 20% aggregate marks (15% for SC/ST
candidates).
(iii) possesses a good moral character.
(iv) is a citizen of India.
FEE: The candidates admitted through LEET-TU (2010) are required to deposit the same tuition fee
and other dues as applicable to the candidates admitted in BE/BTech through AIEEE-2010 in the session 2010-2011.
CENTRES FOR EXAMINATION: The LEET-TU will be held at TU, Patiala and Delhi only. In
addition, we may have examination centres at Mumbai, Kolkata, Jammu and Chennai based on sufficient
number of options for various centres by the candidates. Highest preferred Entrance Test Centre available shall be allocated.
GENERAL INFORMATION REGARDING LEET-TU ENTRANCE TEST
There will be two papers as per details given below:
Paper I General 60 Marks 60 Minutes
Paper II Professional 90 Marks 90 Minutes
The question paper will contain multiple choice objective type questions of one mark each.
(i) Paper-I shall contain 60 questions in all with 15 questions in each of Physics, Chemistry,
Mathematics and English. Paper-II shall contain 90 questions in the relevant engineering discipline each carrying one mark and will be answered on an answer sheet provided for this purpose.
(ii) In each paper, four options A, B, C and D are provided for each question. Out of the four
given options, only one option is the correct answer. The candidate will be required to write his/her answer indicating one option out of the four options in the box provided for that question in the answer sheet.
(iii) There is a separate sheet for writing answers. Use only CAPTIAL letters for writing the
answers in the space provided on the answer sheet
(iv) If a candidate does not wish to attempt a specific question, the space (box) provided on
the answer sheet corresponding to that question should be marked ‘X’. A box left blank will be considered as wrong answer.
(v) Space for doing rough work has been provided at the end of the question paper. Use only
that space for the purpose.
(vi) Question paper is to be returned at the end of the examination.
(vii) NEGATIVE MARKING : There will be negative marking for wrong answers, i.e., marks will
be deducted for wrong answers. The total marks to be awarded to a candidate in this
paper after imposing the penalty,if awarded will be calculated by the following formula.
For each correct answer, one mark shall be awarded. For each wrong answer (or box left blank in the answer sheet), ¼ mark shall be deducted
RECOMMENDED BOOKS
1. LEET BY SINGH AND SINGH, SATYA PARKASHAN DELHI

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