BCECE Syllabus 2018- Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics

Maniprabha Singh updated on : 08 Mar 2018
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Aspirants should check the syllabus of BCECE before commencing their preparation. Read the article to check complete BCECE Exam Pattern 2018!

BCECE Syllabus

BCECE Syllabus 2018- Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examinations Board has released the BCECE 2018 information brochure mentioning the complete syllabus of the entrance test. BCECE Exam 2018 is a state level entrance test, to be conducted on 29 & 30 April 2018 in pen and paper mode for admission in various undergraduate engineering and medical courses. This exam is conducted at various centres in Bihar and only two centres are located outside the state. BCECE 2018 Syllabus contains details important topics that candidates have to prepare for test. The syllabus is similar to Class 11th & Class 12th Board Exam Syllabus. Candidates should be aware of all the subjects and chapters of BCECE syllabus 2018 in order to get crack the test with good marks. The syllabus helps candidates to make a factual study plan. Read the article to have complete details BCECE Syllabus 2018.

An Overview of BCECE Exam Pattern

  • BCECE 2018 will be conducted in Pen and Paper mode
  • Questions will be of multiple choices.
  • There will be negative marking. 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.
  • 04 marks will be awarded for each correct answer.
  • The total duration of test will be 4 hours 30 minutes.
  • Candidates should use blue and black pens only to mark the answers.
  • The question paper will comprise of 03 sections, i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/ Biology

BCECE Syllabus 2018

The syllabus includes the brief details about the topics covered under various subjects that are tested in the exam. Refer the information brochure for complete BCECE syllabus -

Chemistry

Physics

Mathematics

Biology

Basic Concepts of Chemistry

Nature of Physical Laws

Sets

Diversity in living world

Structure of Atom

Kinematics, Laws of Motion

Relations & Functions

Cell: Structure & Functions

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

Work Energy and Power

Trigonometric Functions

Plant Physiology

Thermodynamics

Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

Principle of Mathematical Inductions

Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants

Equilibrium

Gravitation, Properties of Buck Matter

Complex Numbers & Quadratic Equations

Human Physiology

Redox Reaction

Heat and Thermodynamics

Linear Inequalities

Sexual Reproduction

Hydrogen

Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory

Permutation & Combination

Genetics & Evolution

Organic Chemistry

Oscillations and Wave

Binomial Theorem

Biology & Human Welfare

Hydrocarbons

Current Electricity

Sequence & Series

Biotechnology and its Application

Environmental Chemistry

Electrostatics

Co-ordinate Geometry

Ecology & Environment

Solutions

Magnetic Effects of Current & Magnetism

Calculus

 

Electrochemistry

Optics

Statistics & Probability

 

Chemical Kinetics

Electromagnetic Waves

Relations & Functions

 

Surface Chemistry

 

Algebra

 

Polymers

 

Determinants

 

 

BCECE 2018 Preparation Tips

Candidates should work hard in order to get good marks and rank in the BCECE 2018 examination. Only candidates with good marks will be able to get admission in their desired college. Here are a few tips for aspirants to start the preparation-

Good Study Plan- Read the above details to get an overview of exam pattern and syllabus. Also, to get the in-depth syllabus information, download the information brochure from the official website. Now, now make a good study plan and follow the same with dedication.

Revision- While preparing, make short notes so that you can revise the important facts and formulas at any time and anyplace. Revise the syllabus to get a hold on the important topics. Always devote a few hours for revision.

Previous Year’s Paper- Solve previous years paper to get complete information of exam pattern and the difficulty level. Prepare the important topics first as this will help you to score at least minimum qualifying marks.

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