Entrance Exam Syllabus of BSc Agriculture, Veterinary Science (BVSc & AH), Forestry in Various Colleges of Nepal

Currently, there are various 6 Universities offering BSc Agriculture courses in Nepal among which 3 of them also offer BVSc & AH (Veterinary Science) and BSc Forestry Program and 1 of them offers a BSc Fisheries Program too.

In these 6 Universities, there are in total of 31 Colleges for the BSc Ag program, 4 Colleges for BVSc & AH (Veterinary Science) program, 7 Colleges for the BSc Forestry program and 1 College for the BSc fisheries program.

Among the 31 Colleges of the BSc Ag Program15 are government colleges whereas 16 colleges are private.

The Universities offering these Programs in Nepal are:
  • Agriculture & Forestry University, AFU (BSc Ag, Vet, Forestry & BSc Fisheries)
  • IAAS, TU (BSc Ag, Vet & Forestry)
  • Purbanchal University (BSc Ag, Vet & Forestry)
  • Far-Western University (BSc Ag)
  • Mid-Western University (BSc Ag)
  • Kathmandu University (BSc Ag)

Entrance Syllabus For AFU BSc Ag, Vet & Forestry programs

There is NO Exact syllabus for the BSc Ag, Vet, and Forestry Entrance Exams of AFU.

The Questions may be asked from any chapters of the 11-12 Course in AFU Entrance Exams for BSc Ag.

Just the information provided is the Number of Questions asked from Particular Subjects. The Subject Wise Question Number is always fixed for BSc Ag Entrance Exams of AFU.

But in fact, those Questions from that subject can be from any lesson. So the Syllabus for BSc Ag Entrance Exams of AFU is only provided as SUbject Wise Marks Pattern but not given for Lessons wise.

You may refer to other Universities' BSc Ag Entrance Syllabus like PU, FWU, and MU for AFU too, it is almost similar. Other universities' entrance exam syllabus for BSc Ag is available below in this same post.

Entrance Syllabus For TU BSc Ag, Vet & Forestry programs

There is NO Exact syllabus for the BSc Ag Entrance Exams of TU too.

The Questions may be asked from any chapters of the 11-12 Course in TU Entrance Exams for BSc Ag.

Just the information provided is the Number of Questions asked from Particular Subjects. The Subject Wise Question Number is always fixed for BSc Ag Entrance Exams of TU.

But in fact, those Questions from that subject can be from any lesson. So the Syllabus for BSc Ag Entrance Exams of TU is only provided as SUbject Wise Marks Pattern but not given for Lessons wise.

Entrance Syllabus For PU BSc Ag, Vet & Forestry programs

1. Subject: English

Unit A: Phonological questions, dealing with phonemes, Phonemic symbols, and word stress
Unit B: Lexical Questions, Dealing with word formations and antonyms, synonyms, and one word for many words.
Unit C: Grammatical Question, dealing with the rest of the items given in the syllabus.

Each Question is of objective type with multiple choice answer which carries one mark.

1. Use of Pronouns
2. Relative Pronouns
3. Sound
4. Stress
5. Intonation
6. Subject-Verb Agreements
7. Voice
8. Narration
9. Use of tense
10. Punctuation
11. Parts of Speech
12. Causative verb
13. Linking Verbs
14. Use of Prepositions
15. Sentence Structure
16. Transformation of Sentences
17. Conditional Sentences
18. To infinitive and gerund forms
19. Question Tag
20. Synonyms and Antonyms
21. One Word Substitution
22. Use of Suffix and Prefix 
23. Word Power 
24. The expression "As IF" and "As Though" 
25. The expression "NEED" and "In Need of" 
26. Idioms and Phrases 
27. Sentences: Simple, Compound, and Complex 
28. Affirmative and Negative Agreements 
29. Use of Articles 
30. Analogies 

2. Subject: Mathematics 

1. Set and functions Set, type of sets, operation on sets, the law of sets, real number, Cartesian product, relations, functions and graphs, algebraic, exponential, trigonometric and logarithmic, hyperbolic functions and their inverse, basic properties of logarithmic functions.

2. Algebra Determinants and their properties, matrices, type of matrices, minor, cofactors and inverse of a matrix, use of complex numbers, polynomial equation, sequences and series, permutation and combination, binomial theorem, exponential and logarithmic series.

3. Trigonometry Trigonometric equations and general values, inverse trigonometric relations, inverse circular functions, principal values, properties of triangles, centroid, incentre, orthocenter, and circumcenter and their properties.

4. Coordinate geometry Coordinates in a plane, straight lines, pair of lines, circles, conic sections: parabola, hyperbola and ellipse, standard equations and simple properties, coordinates in space, plane, and its equation. 

5. Calculus Limit and continuity, derivative and its application, rules of derivative, rate of change, maxima and minima of a function, integration, rules of integration, standard integral, definite integral, and its application. 

6. Vectors Vectors in space, addition, subtraction, and multiplication of vectors, unit vectors, a linear combination of vectors, scalar and vector product of two vectors, application of vectors. 

3. Subject: Physics 

1. Mechanics:
  • Dimensions and Error analysis. 
  • Equations of motion.
  • The motion of a projectile
  • Addition, Subtraction, and multiplication of vectors, Resolution of a vector.
  • Relative velocity.
  • Laws of motion, 
  • Principle of conservation of linear momentum, Impulse, solid friction.
  • Principle of the moment, center of mass, the center of gravity.
  • Work, power, and energy, the principle of conservation of energy.
  • Centripetal force and its application.
  • Moment of inertia, Torque on a body, angular momentum and its conservation, work done by the couple, the kinetic energy of the rolling body.
  • Law of gravitation, Gravitational potential, Gravitational field intensity, Escape velocity, Total energy of a satellite, Kepler's law of planetary motion. 
  • Characteristics of S.H.M., Energy of a particle exciting S.H.M., Simple pendulum. 
  • Elasticity, Stress & Strain, Modulii of elasticity, Energy Stored in a stretched wire.
  • Surface tension of the liquid, Surface energy, Capillarity.
  • Viscosity of fluid, coefficient of viscosity, Stoke's law.
  • Terminal velocity, Energy of fluid. 

2. Heat:
  • Heat and Temperature, Scales of temperature, Thermal equilibrium.
  • Measurement of heat, Specific heat capacity, thermal capacity, Latent heat.
  • Expansion of Solid, liquid, and gas.
  • Gas laws, Ideal gas equation.
  • Kinetic theory of gas. Root mean square speed of gas molecules.
  • Transfer of heat, Conduction, Convection and Radiation, Stefen's law, Kirchhoff's law.
  • Relative humidity and dew point.
  • First law of thermodynamics, Isothermal and adiabatic processes.
  • Second law of thermodynamics, Carnot's engine, Entropy.

3. Optics:
  • Formation of images by plane and curved mirrors.
  • Refraction of light through-plane surface, Refractive index, Critical angle, Total internal reflection.
  • Refraction through lenses, Achromatic combination of two lenses.
  • Visual angle, Angular magnification, Microscope, and Telescope.
  • Interference, Diffraction, and Polarization of light. 

4. Sound:
  • Damped and forced oscillation, Resonance, progressive waves, the principle of superposition.
  • Velocity of Sound in solid, liquid, and gas, Laplaces correction.
  • Beat phenomena. 
  • Doppler effect.
  • Stationary waves, waves in the pipe, waves in a string. 

5. Electricity:
Electric charge, Electrostatic induction, Surface charge density.
Electric field, Electric potential, Electric field intensity, Gauss's law, and its applications.
Capacitors, Dielectric Strength.
Metallic Conduction, Ohm's law, Resistance, Conductance, Resistivity, Conductivity, Combination of resistance.
Emf, Potential difference, the internal resistance of a cell, Combination of cells.
Heating effect of Current, Joule's law, Electric power.
Kirchhoff's law and its application.
Galvanometer, Conversion of galvanometer into voltmeter and ammeter.
Earth's magnetism.
Magnetic field, Magnetic flux, Force on Current-Carrying Conductor, Biot-Savart's law and their applications. Ampere's law.
Electromagnetic induction, Faraday's law, and Lenz's law, Emf in rotating coil.
AC circuits. 

6. Atomic Physics:  
  • Discharge of electricity through gases, Cathode rays, Electronic mass, and charge.
  • Bohr's theory of atomic model, Energy level diagram. 
  • X-rays, Photoelectric effect. 
  • Radioactivity, Decay law, Half-life period.
  • Nuclear fission and fusion.
  • Semiconductors, junction diode. 

4. Subject: Chemistry 

  • The gas laws (Boyle's law Charle'law, combined gas law) 
  • Kinetic molecular theory of gases 
  • Ideal and real gases. 
  • Vander Waal's Equation. 
  • Properties of liquid 
  • Solutions 
  • Concentration of solutions 
  • Saturated, unsaturated, and supersaturated solutions. 
  • Solubility and its determination 
  • Efflorescence and Deliquescence 
  • Water of crystallization

  • Fundamentals particles and their discovery. 
  • Thomson’s Atomic Model, Rutherford’s Atomic model 
  • Atomic number and Mass number. 
  • Composition of an atom. 
  • Isotopes and isobars. 
  • Bohr's atomic model 
  • de Broglie's Relation. 
  • Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. 
  • Quantum mechanical model of the atom. 
  • Atomic orbitals. 
  • Quantum number. 
  • Pauli's Exclusion principle. 
  • Hund's rule of maximum multiplicity. 
  • Aufball principle and electronic configuration of elements. 

  • Classical concept of oxidation. 
  • Electronic concept of oxidation and Reduction. 
  • Oxidizing and Reducing agents. 
  • Oxidation number 
  • Redox reactions and Electrolysis. 

  • Mendeleev’s periodic table 
  • Advantage and Defect of Mendeleev's periodic table. 
  • Modern periodic law. 
  • Long-form of the periodic table. 
  • Features of Long form of the periodic table 
  • Defects of Long form of the periodic table
  • Grouping of Elements into Blocks.
  • Bohr's classification of elements. 
  • Periodic properties and their periodic trends. 
  • Atomic radius, Iconic radius, Ionization energy, 
  • Electron affinity and Electronegativity 

  • Position of Hydrogen in the periodic table. 
  • Preparation and properties of hydrogen, Isotopes of hydrogen 
  • Position of oxygen in the periodic table 
  • Preparation and properties of oxygen. 
  • Oxides. 
  • Structure of Ozone, 
  • Ozone layers and their depletion. 
  • Composition of water and structure of water. 
  • Properties of water 
  • Hard and soft water and its removal. 
  • Heavy water. 
  • Properties and uses of heavy water.

  • Definition of organic Chemistry and an organic compound. 
  • Vital force theory and its limitations 
  • Tetra valency and catenation property of carbon. 
  • Functional group and homologous, series 
  • Meaning of empirical, molecular, structural, and contracted formula. 
  • Qualitative analysis of organic compounds 
  • IUPAC naming of organic compounds 
  • Structural isomerism and its type. 
  • Concept of homolytic fission Heterohytie fission electrophiles nucleophiles and inductive effect 
  • Preparation of alkynes and their properties with H2, X2, HX, H2O, O3, H2SO4, Baeyer's reaction. 
  • Acidic nature, Action with ammonical AgNO3 with alkaline KMnO4, and polymerization reaction. 

  • Acidimetry and alkalimetry 
  • Equivalent mass of compounds 
  • Expressing concentration in terms of Normality, Morality, and Molality 
  • Principles of volumetric analysis 
  • Theory of chemical indicators and selection of an indicators 
  • Classification of Electrolytes 
  • Arrhenius Theory of Ionization 
  • Ionization of water, solubility product, and Communion effect 
  • Arrhenius concept of acid and base 
  • Bronsted concept of acid and base 

  • Preparation of aldehydes and ketones from dehydrogenation and oxidation of alcohol, ozonolysis of alkene, catalytic hydration of alkynes 
  • Physical properties of aldehydes and Ketones. 
  • Chemical properties–Addition reaction, reaction with H2, HCN, NaHSO3, Grignard reagents NH2-NH2, Phenyl-hydrazine, semicarbazide, and 2,4-DNP. 
  • Reduction properties of aldehyde-oxidation with Tollen,s reagent, Fehling solution  Aldol condensation Clemenson's reduction Wolf-Kishner reduction Action with PCl5
  • Preparation of benzaldehyde from Toluene 
  • Chemical Properties-Perkin condensation, Benzoin condensation, Cannizzaro's reaction 

  • Occurrence and extraction 
  • Varieties of iron preparation of iron. 
  • Manufacture of steel by-Bessemer process and open-hearth process 
  • Heat treatment of Steel. 
  • Stainless steel. 
  • Rusting of iron and its prevention 
  • Biological importance of iron 
  • Structure and uses of green vitriol, Ferric Chloride, Mohr's salt. 

5. Subject: Biology 

Unit 1: Bio-molecules and cell Biology 
  • Bio-molecules: Carbohydrate, protein, lipid, nucleic acid, and minerals. 
  • Cell Biology: Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, cell organelles, cell division (amitosis, mitosis, and meiosis). 

Unit 2: Biodiversity
  • Concepts on taxonomy (definition, nomenclature, and classification)
  • Monera: Bacteria and Nostoc. 
  • Mycota: General characters of Zygomycetes, Ascomycetes, Basidiomycetes, and Deuteromycetes; economic importance of fungi; morphology and reproduction of Mucor and Yeast. 
  • Plantae: General characters of algae (green, brown, and red), Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, gymnosperm, and angiosperm; morphology and reproduction of Spirogyra, Marchantia, Funaria, Pteridium, Cycas, and Pinus; distribution of Pinus in Nepal; morphology and taxonomy of Brassicaceae, Asteraceae, Solanaceae, Papilionaceae, and Poaceae; structure and economic importance of Lichens and Virus. 
  • Protista: General characters and classification of Protozoa; habit, habitat, structure, and reproduction of Paramecium and Plasmodium. 
  • Animalia: General characters and classification (up to class) of Porifera, Coelenterata (Cnidaria), Platyhelminthes, Aschelminthes (Nematheminthes), Annelida, Arthropoda, Mollusca, Echinodermata, and Chordata; Earthworm (structure; digestive, circulatory, excretory, reproductive and nervous systems); Frog (structure; digestive, circulatory, respiratory, urogenital, reproductive and nervous systems). 

Unit 3: Biota and their Environment 
  • Ecology (definition, ecological factors, and their interactions); structure and functional aspects (food chain and food web, trophic level, ecological pyramids) of pond and grassland ecosystems; concepts of community and successions; nitrogen cycle, acid rain, greenhouse effects, depletion of the ozone layer; forests of Nepal; the meaning of rare, threatened, vulnerable and endangered species; national parks, wildlife reserves and hunting reserves of Nepal.

Unit 4: Anatomy and Physiology of organisms
  • Concepts on plant and animal tissues, the internal structure of dicot and monocot stems and roots, secondary growth on dicot stem; osmosis, diffusion, water absorption, transpiration, photosynthesis, respiration, growth hormones (auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins), concept on plant movement.

Unit 5: Genetics
  • Genetic materials: DNA (composition, structure, and replication), RNA (types with functions); genetic code, Mendel’s laws of inheritance, the concept of incomplete dominance and co-dominance, epistasis, polygenic inheritance (skin color in men), pleiotropic gene, linkage and crossing over, sex-linked inheritance (color blindness in man), mutation and polyploidy. 

Unit 6: Developmental Biology 
  • Angiosperms (asexual reproduction, development of male and female gametophytes, pollination and fertilization)

Unit 7: Human Biology and Health
  • Nutrition, digestion, respiration, circulation (blood groups and Rh-factor, heart structure and action), arterial and venous systems, excretion and osmoregulation; functions of endocrine glands (pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, pancreatic and adrenal glands); reproduction; structure and functions of eye and ear; human disease (drug abuse, alcoholism, smoking, typhoid, AIDS, cancer)

Unit 8: Application of Biology
  • Biotechnology (branches, applications in agriculture, medicine, industries, conservation, etc.), tissue culture (types, methods: sterilization, the composition of the medium and its preparation); plant breeding; green manure; concept on antibiotics and vaccines; amniocentesis and test-tube baby; genetic engineering (definition, tools, steps, applications); methods and applications of alcohol and antibiotics fermentation.

6. Subject: Aptitude 
1. Sentence Completion 
2. Analogies 
3. Word Groups 
4. Logical Reasoning 
5. Deduction 
6. Numerical Computation 
7. Numerical Estimation 
8. Numerical Reasoning 
9. Percentage, Ratio, and Proportion 
10. Data Interpretation 
11. History of Nepal 
12. Geography of Nepal 
13. General Information of PU

Entrance Syllabus For MWU BSc Ag program

1. Subject: English

Full marks: 15
Communicational English practices on a variety of topics and styles with special references to (i) General and (ii) Technical English.
Grammar-Familiarity with the following aspects:
Parts of speech, Basic Grammatical Patterns/Structures, Tense and Aspects, Conditional Sentences, Verbal: infinitives, Participles and Gerunds, Direct and Indirect Speech, Active and Passive voice, Kinds of Sentences, Transformation of sentences, Concord/Agreement, Vocabulary, Use of Prepositions, Idiomatic expressions, Punctuation, Phonemes and phonetic symbols, Word Stress.

2. Subject: Chemistry
Full marks: 15
A. Language of Chemistry & Physical Chemistry
Symbol, formulate valency and chemical questions, Problems based on chemical equations (relation with weight and weight, and weight and volume).

B. Atomic Structure
Study of Cathode rays and discovery of electrons, Rutherford’s X-ray scattering experiment and discovery of the nucleus, Rutherford model of the atom, Elementary concept of quantum numbers, Electron configuration of the elements.

C. Electronics Theory of Valency
Octet rule, electro and coordinate valency, covalency and coordinate valency, General characteristics ionic and covalent compounds.

D. Oxidation and Reduction
Classical definitions, electronic interpretations of oxidation and reduction, Balancing of redox equations by oxidation number method.

E. Periodic Classification of Elements
Mendeleev’s periodic law. Concept of equivalent weight and valency,

F. Molecular Weight and Mole
Faraday’s laws of electrolysis, Solubility product principle, and its application in qualitative analysis. Principles of acidimetry and alkalimetry, pH and pH scale. 

G. Water:
Hard water and soft water, Causes and removal of hardness of the water.

H. Compound of Metals: 
General methods of Preparation and Properties of oxides, hydroxides, chlorides, nitrates, sulfates, and carbonates of metals.

I. 0rganic Chemistry
Sources and Purification of Organic Compounds: Sources of organic compounds, Purification of organic compounds, Classification and nomenclature of Organic Compounds: 

3. Subject: Physics 
Full marks: 15
A. Mechanics
Laws of motion, addition, and subtraction of vectors, Relative velocity, Equilibrium of forces, Moment Center of mass, Centre gravity, Solid frictions, Work power and energy, Conservation of energy, Angular speed, Centripetal force, Moment of inertia, Torque on a body, Laws of gravitation, modulus of elasticity.

B. Heat and Optics
Definition of Heat and temperature, Temperature scale, Measurement of the energy, Specific heat capacity, Latent heat, Saturated Unsaturated vapor, Relative humidity and point, First law of thermodynamic and Second Law of thermodynamic. Formation of images by plane and curved mirrors. Wave theory of light, introduction to Huygens’ principle and application interference diffraction and polarization of light.

C. Sound and Electricity 
Damped vibration, Forced oscillation, Resonance, Progressive waves, Principle of superposition, Velocity of sound in solid, liquid, and gas: Laplace’s correction, Characteristics of sound, wave, best phenomenon, Doppler effect, Stationary waves, Waves in pipes, Waves in String.

Charging by induction Faraday’s ice pail experiment, Coulomb’s law, permittivity, Electric field, Gauss’s law its application, electric potential, Capacitors, Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s law and its application. Thermoelectricity, Chemical effect of current, Potentiometer, Magnetic Field, Earth’s magnetism, Magnetic Flux, Force on a current-carrying conductor, Ampere’s law, Biot-Savart’s law, and their applications. 

4. Subject: Mathematics 
Full marks: 15 

A. Set and Function
Set and relations, functions and graphs, Algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and hyperbolic functions and their inverses. 

B. Algebra 
Determinates, matrices, Inverse of a matrix, use of complex numbers, Polynomial equations sequence and series permutation and combination, Binomial theorem, exponential logarithmic series. 

C. Trigonometry
Trigonometric equations and general values, Inverse trigonometric function, Principle value, Properties of triangles, Centroid, incentre, Orthocenter, and circumcenter, and their properties.

D. Coordinate Geometry 
Limit and continuity of functions, Derivatives, and application of derivative-Tangent and normal, Rate of change, differentials by and actual change, Maximum of a function; Antiderivatives (Integrations): rules of Integration, Standard Integrals, Definite integral as the limit of a sum, Application to areas under a curve and area between two curves. 

5. Subject: Zoology 
Full marks: 15 

Evolutionary Biology (Life and its Origin, Evidence of evolution, Theories of evolution, Human Evolution, Faunal Diversity (Protista, Animalia, Earthworm, Frog), Biota and Environment (Animal adaptation, Animal behavior, Environmental Pollution), Conservation Biology (Introduction, Wildlife), Introduction on Animal Tissues, Developmental Biology (Gametogenesis, Development of frog), Applied Biology (Application of Zoology, Microbial diseases, and application of microbiology)

6. Subject: Botany
Full marks: 15 

Bio-molecules and Cell Biology (Cell, Cell division), Floral Diversity (Introduction, Fungi, Lichen, Algae, Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, Gymnosperm, Angiosperm), Ecology (Ecosystem ecology, Ecological Adaptation, Ecological Imbalance), Plant Anatomy and Plant tissues, Plant Physiology(Water relation, Photosynthesis, Respiration, Plant Hormone, Plant growth and movements), Embryology (Asexual and sexual reproductions in angiosperms, pollination, fertilization, development of male and female gametophytes, development of dicot and monocot embryos, concept of endosperm), Biotechnology (Introduction, tissue culture, Plant breeding, disease resistance plants, green manure and bio-fertilizer, bio-pesticide, genetic engineering and GMOs (genetically modified organisms) and application, bio-engineering, food safety, and food security)

7. Subject: Agriculture and General Knowledge 
Full marks: 10 

Statical information on Nepalese Agriculture, Production practices as well as Insect and disease control of major cereal crops, cash crop, pulse crop, vegetable, spices and fruits, Agriculture related Policy, Act, Regulation, Guidelines, and directives. Livestock Production and management, Livestock Statistics, Biodiversity of livestock and their genetic conservation in Nepal, Livestock feeding practices, Milk production, processing, and product production technology in Nepal. 

Physical, Socio-cultural and economic geography and demography of Nepal. Major events and current affairs of national and international importance, The Constitution 20 of Nepal, Information on sustainable development, environment, pollution, climate change, biodiversity, science, and technology. Current periodic plan of Nepal.

Entrance Syllabus For FWU BSc Ag program

There is no fixed syllabus for FWU BSc Ag Entrance Exams, so refer to the Syllabus of other Universities.

Entrance Syllabus For KU BSc Ag program

1. Syllabus for Physics

A. Mechanics:
1. Physical Quantity
2. Kinematics
3. Dynamics
4. Energy
5. Rotational motion
6. Gravitation
7. Structure and Properties of Matter
8. Elasticity
9. Viscosity
10. Surface tension

B. Heat & Thermodynamics:
11. Heat and temperature
12. Transmission of heat
13. Basic assumption of the kinetic theory of gasses
14. Thermodynamics

C. Optics:
15. Reflection
16. Refraction
17. Speed of light
18. Dispersion of light
19. Optical Instrument
20. Photometry

D. Waves:
21. Wave motion
22. Sound
23. Electromagnetic waves

E. Electrostatics and D. C. Circuits:
24. Simple Electrostatic Phenomenon
25. Charge flow
26. Resistance
27. Effect of Current
28. Capacitors

F. Magnetic field and Current:
29. Magnetic field
30. Force on a conductor
31. Magnetic materials
32. Electromagnetic induction
33. Alternating current
G. Modern Physics:
34. Electron
35. Photons
36. Electronic
37. Atoms
38. Nucleus
39. Radioactivity
40. Elementary particles

2. Syllabus for Chemistry
A. General & Physical Chemistry:
1. Language of Chemistry
2. Gaseous state of matter
3. Liquid state of matter
4. Solid-state of matter
5. Laws of Stoichiometry
6. Avogadro's Hypothesis and its important applications
7. Atomic structure
8. Quantum numbers
9. Chemical bonding
10. Oxidation and Reduction
11. Periodic Table
12. Acids, Bases, and Salts
13. Acidimetry and Alkalimetry
14. Electrochemistry
15. Electrode potential
16. Chemical Kinetics
17. Chemical Equilibrium
18. LeChatelier's Principle
19. Chemical Thermodynamics
20. Entropy and spontaneity
B. Inorganic Chemistry:
21. Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Nitrogen
22. Carbon
23. Sulphur and its compound
24. Halogen and halogen acids
25. Introduction to Metals
26. Alkali and alkaline earth metals
27. Coinage metals
28. Heavy metals
C. Organic Chemistry:
29. Introduction to Organic Chemistry
30. Hydrocarbons
31. Organic halogen compounds
32. Alcohols
33. Ethers
34. Carbonyl Compounds
35. Carboxylic Acids
36. Amines
37. Aromatic Hydrocarbons
38. Aniline and Nitrobenzene
39. Carbohydrates, Proteins, Nucleic Acids, Lipids
40. Polymers, Pesticides, Dyes, and Drugs.

3. Syllabus for Biology

1. Introduction to Biology
2. Cell, cell division, and life components
3. Origin of Life
4. Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection
5. Human Evolution
6. Heredity and variation
7. Regulation of replication, transcription, translation, and expression of genetic material
8. Concept of Taxonomy
9. Monera
10. Viruses
11. Protista
12. Mycota
13. Plantae
14. Morphology, Reproduction, Growth, and Development of Flowering Plant
15. Photosynthesis
16. Transpiration
17. Animalia
18. Study of Earthworm
19. Study of Frog
20. Animal Tissues
21. Animal Nutrition and Digestive system
22. Respiratory system
23. Circulation of body fluids
24. Excretion and osmoregulation
25. Nervous system
26. Endocrine system
27. Animal reproduction and embryonic development
28. Amniocentesis
29. Growth, Repair, Regeneration, Ageing, and Death
30. Animal Behaviour
31. Concept of ecosystem
32. Environmental pollution
33. Green-house effect and global warming
34. Conservation of Natural resources
35. Pesticides
36. Bio-fertilizers and biological pest control
37. Biotechnology
38. Domestication of plants and crop improvements
39. Bioenergy
40. Mental health, addiction, and community health
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