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KCET 2017 (Karnataka Common Entrance Exam) for Physics and Chemistry is scheduled May 5, 2017. Physics and Chemistry are compulsory subjects for all the applicants. The KCET 2017 syllabusis set by Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka for first and second year of Pre University Course/Certificate. The candidates appearing for the exam are required to be thorough with all the topics covered in PUC first and second year Physics.
KCET Physics preparation needs to be started early for good performance. This paper is really important and candidates with proficiency in concepts of Physics can score very well. The exam is conducted by KEA (Karnataka Examination Authority) for admission to Medical, Dental, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Unani, Naturopathy and Yoga, Engineering, Pharmacy etc.
A total of 180 objective type questions are asked in KCET 2017, out of which 60 questions will be based on Physics. Certain high weightage topics from Physics are Current Electricity, Heat and Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, Laws of Motion, Wave Motion, Solids and Semiconductor Devices. Topic wise weightage for KCET Physics Exam is mentioned in the table here.
|Heat and Thermodynamics||7%|
|Modern Physics: (Atomic Models)||6%|
|Physics of Nucleus||6%|
|Solids and Semiconductor Devices||5%|
|Heating and Chemical Effects of Current||3%|
|Principles of Communication||3%|
|Units Dimensions Errors||2%|
|Work Energy Power||2%|
|Magnetic effect of Current and Magnetism||2%|
|Center of Mass, Impulse and Momentum||2%|
|Motions In 2D||1%|
|Laws of Motion||1%|
|Simple Harmonic Motion||1%|
|Motion in One Dimension||0.6%|
|Kinetic Theory of Gases||0.1%|
It is important for the aspirants to be acquainted with the syllabus and know what topics are coming in the exam. Candidates can have a look at the list of topics covered in KCET Physics syllabus mentioned here.
|KCET Physics PUC (First Year)||KCET Physics PUC (Second Year)|
|Gravitation||Electric Charges and Fields|
|Mechanical properties of solids||Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance|
|Mechanical properties of fluids||Current Electricity|
|Thermal properties of matter||Moving Charges and Magnetism|
|Thermodynamics||Magnetism and Matter|
|Kinetic theory||Electromagnetic Induction|
|Physical world||Ray Optics and Optical Instruments|
|Units and measurement||Wave Optics|
|Motion in a straight line||Dual Nature of Radiation And Matter|
|Motion in a plane||Atoms|
|Laws of motion||Nuclei|
|Work energy and power||Semiconductor Electronics|
|System of particles and rigid body||Communication Systems|
There are certain important topics that need in-depth study by the candidates. These topics have maximum weightage and questions are frequently based on them, in the exam. Important topics from PUC, first year and PUC, second year are:
|Motion in Plane||Current Electricity|
|Laws of motion||Semiconductor Electronics|
|Work, Energy & Power||Moving Charges|
Candidates need to prepare systematically to give their best performance in the KCET 2017 Exam. The best way to score good marks in KCET Physics paper is to read XI and XII NCERT textbooks. The preparation tips for obtaining best results in KCET Physics Exam are listed here.
Certain books are recommended by experts for candidate’s guidance and help. These books help in providing the right direction to candidate’s preparation and clearing concepts. Some important books for KCET Physics Exam are provided here.
|NCERT- Physics: Part 1 and Part 2||NCERT|
|Pradeep’s Physics New Course||Gomber and Gogia|
|Schand’s Principles of Physics||V.K. Mehta and Rohit Mehta|
|Karnataka CET Explorer – Engineering PB (Paperback)||MTG|
|CET Engineering Entrance – Karnataka Common Entrance Test : 14 Years Solved Papers (2000 – 2013) 3rd Edition (Paperback)||Arihant|
|CET Medical Entrance – Karnataka Common Entrance Test : 14 Years Solved Papers (2000 – 2013) 3rd Arihant Edition (Paperback)||Arihant|
|Dinesh Physics For Karnataka Common Entrance Test (For C.E.T & Comed-K'S Examination)||Dinesh|
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