how to prepare for jeecup polytechnic exam

JEECUP Syllabus 2018 (UP Polytechnic Syllabus 2018) will be based on the topics & chapters of the 10th/11th/12th standard. Joint Entrance Examination Council Uttar Pradesh (JEECUP) is the Uttar Pradesh state level examination. This exam is organized for providing admission into various diploma courses which are offered by the different polytechnic colleges of UP. JEECUP Exam is managed by the Uttar Pradesh Board of Technical Education (UPBTE). Through this article, the candidates familiarize themselves with the overall JEECUP 2018 Syllabus.

JEECUP Syllabus 2018

Information about each topic and chapter that may come in the examination is very important. For better performance, it is necessary to cover every syllabus without skipping of a single topic. The question paper will come from the Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects. Whatever you have studied in your 10th/11th/12th standard will come in the examination. Mathematics section contains more marks weightage so try to provide more focus on it. The detailed UP Polytechnic Syllabus is given below group-wise.

Group ‘A’ Syllabus:

It includes the UP board 10th syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects. Candidates can study from their class 10th books.

Group ‘B’ Syllabus:

For this, the syllabus will consist of two sections, first section is of Mathematics while another section is of Physics or Chemistry or Agriculture.

Group ‘C’ Syllabus:

The group C syllabus will consist of three sections: Hindi and English Comprehension, Reasoning and Intelligence & General Awareness. Besides this, it also includes the questions from the 10th class.

Group ‘D’ Syllabus:

It includes the 12th class syllabus and will consist of the four sections named as Hindi and English Comprehension, Reasoning and Intelligence, Numerical Ability and General Awareness.

Group ‘E’ Syllabus:

Those applying for this group have to do the preparation from the 10+2 syllabus. Also, Group ‘E’ syllabus includes the two sections of Physics and Chemistry, Biology or Mathematics.

Group ‘F’ Syllabus:

The syllabus for this group will consist of B.Sc academics. It includes the sections like Physics, Biology, and Botany.

Group ‘G’ Syllabus:

It has the same syllabus you have studied in your graduation and includes the sections of English Comprehension, Numerical Ability, Reasoning, General Intelligence and General Awareness.

Group ‘H’ Syllabus:

For this group, the syllabus is divided into five sections that are Reasoning and Logical Discussion, Numerical Ability and Scientific Aptitude, English and General Knowledge. Intermediate level questions will also be asked.

Group ‘I’ Syllabus:

It includes the 10+2 UP board syllabus. Also, includes the two sections namely Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.

Group ‘K’ Syllabus:

The aspirants can prepare for this group from their 10th and 12th class syllabus. The syllabus is broadly divided into two sections; the first section is of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics while another section is of Engineering.

Happy Learning..

 

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