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Lovely Professional University National Entrance and Scholarship Test [ LPU-NEST ]

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By Vidhi Gautam Last Updated: February 04th, 2021

About LPUNEST 2021

LPUNEST is popularly known as the Lovely Professional University National Entrance and Scholarship Test, which is a University-level entrance test conducted every year by the Lovely Professional University, to provide admission to the undergraduate and postgraduate programs of Engineering, Management, Arts, Architecture Design and Planning, Commerce and Economics, etc., offered by Lovely Professional University.

LPUNEST is a computer-based online examination, which is conducted in multiple schedules. The exam acts as a gateway to different programs for students. It also act as Scholarship test through which student can avail immense scholarship based on their performance in this LPUNEST exam.

LPUNEST Exam Key Element 2021

ATTRIBUTES DETAILS
Name LPUNEST
Full-Form Lovely Professional University National Entrance and Scholarship Test
Conducting Authority Lovely Professional University
Number of LPUNEST Exam Per Year 01
Exam Level University Level
Exam Purpose Provide Admission and Scholarship
Registration Mode Online
Offline
Exam Mode Online
Exam Pattern MCQ
Duration 1 Hour 30 Minutes to 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Courses Offered Engineering, Management, Arts, Architecture Design and Planning, Commerce and Economics, etc.
Language English
Exam Website https://nest.lpu.in/
LPUNEST Helpline +91-1824-404404
1800 102 4431
1800 274 0615

LPUNEST Important Dates 2021 Exam

Important dates of the LPUNEST 2021 exam such as application form, admit card, exam, and result are listed below. Candidates must go through the dates related to the LPUNEST exam by mentioned below table:

PARTICULAR DATE
LPUNEST Registration begins 1st Week of January 2021
LPUNEST Registration closes 20th March 2021
Slot Booking for online examination 15th February 2021 onwards
Date of Examination 20th March to 5th April 2021
Announcement of Result 10th April 2021
LPUNEST Counselling and Seat Allocation 10th April 2021 onwards

Rounds and Online Counselling and Seat Allocation

Counselling Rounds Online Preference Filling Allotment Result Date of Admission
Round I 10th to 13th April 2021 15th April 2021 15th to 20th April 2021
Round II 15th to 20th April 2021 22nd April 2021 22nd to 30th April 2021

For Integrated (BBA + MBA)

After the counselling candidates need to appear and qualify Interview as per the following schedule

PARTICULAR DATE
Slot booking for Interview 15th April 2021 onwards
Dates of Interview 18th April to 5th May 2021
Result for Interview Within 48 hours

For All other MBA Programmes

PARTICULAR DATE
Slot booking for Interview 10th to 13th April 2021
Dates of Interview 14th to 18th April 2021
Result for Interview 21st April 2021
Date of Admission 21st April 2021 Onwards

LPUNEST Application Process 2021

LPUNEST Exam 2021 registration process ends on March 20, 2021. Candidates who want to participate in the exam have to apply for the exam by filling the application form through the official website of the LPUNEST. It is both an online and offline process which is given below.

Through Online Mode

Step 1: Registration

  • Open the official website of LPNEST 2021 – LPUADMIT.
  • Get yourself registered and generate a login id and password by filling in the required details and email id.
  • The password will be sent to your registered email id.

Step 2: Fee Payment

After the process of registration is done, you have to pay the registration fee through – net banking/ credit card/ debit card.

LPUNEST Exam Application Fees 2021

Mode Male Female
Online Application Form and Soft copy of LPUNEST Kit 1000 INR 500 INR
Online Application Form and hard copy of LPUNEST Kit 1500 INR 1000 INR

Step 3: Fill LPUNEST online application form 2021

Fill in all the required details asked in the application form of LPUNEST 2021.

Step 4: Uploading Documents

  • Upload the scanned photograph (Check the Dimension).
  • Upload the scanned signature (Check the Dimension).

Step 5: Final Submission

After completing all the steps mentioned above candidates will have to do the final submission of the LPUNEST application form.

Through Offline Mode

Step 1: Buy Application Form

Candidates can obtain LPUNEST Kit from University Campus/Camp Offices or any other authorized place.

LPUNEST Exam Application Fees 2021

Mode Male Female
Application Form and Hard copy of LPUNEST Kit 1500 INR 1000 INR

Step 2: Submission

Candidates can submit the application form by one of the following methods:

By-Hand

  • Go through the complete direction as specified under the “Instructions for filling Application Form (OMR sheet)”
  • Fill the application form.
  • Now sent it to the university in a self-addressed envelope.

Semi-Online Application

If the candidates do not want to send the hard copy of the purchased application form:

  • Fill the registration form through the official website of LPNEST 2021 – LPUADMIT.
  • Click the “review details”.
  • Select “yes” in the field “Do you have LPUNEST kit”.
  • At the time of payment enter the scratch code.
  • Submit and save a copy of the complete application form for your reference.

LPUNEST Exam Eligibility 2021

Candidates who want to take admission in the undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the field of Engineering, Management, Hotel Management, Pharmacy, Teaching and Fine Arts course offered by the Lovely Professional University (LPU) will have to take the common entrance exam conducted by the university itself. For this students have to be fit the eligibility criteria of the LPUNEST 2021 issued by the exam conducting authority. Listed below are the eligibility criteria for the LPUNEST entrance exam for both the undergraduate and postgraduate courses 2021:

LPUNEST Eligibility criteria for UG courses

  • A candidate seeking admission for the undergraduate courses must have passed class 10+2 or equivalent in relevant stream from a recognized board or university with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks.
  • Relaxation of 5% has been given to the North-East states and Sikkim candidates/ Defence Personnel and their Dependents/ Wards of Kashmiri Migrants.
  • Nationality: Only Indian Nationals are eligible.
  • Students in Class 10+2 or awaiting board results are also eligible to apply for LPUNEST.

LPUNEST Eligibility criteria for B.Tech, Law courses

  • A candidate must have passed class 10+2 or equivalent in relevant stream from a recognized board or university with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks.
  • Relaxation of 3% has been given to the OBC Applicants.
  • Relaxation of 5% has been given to the SC/ST, North-East states, and Sikkim candidates/ Defence Personnel and their Dependents/ Wards of Kashmiri Migrants.
  • Nationality: Only Indian Nationals are eligible.
  • Students in Class 10+2 or awaiting board results are also eligible to apply for LPUNEST.

LPUNEST Eligibility criteria for PG courses

  • Candidate should passed Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in relevant subject from a recognized university with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks.
  • Final year graduation students or those awaiting final results are also eligible to apply.
  • Relaxation of 5% has been given to the North-East states and Sikkim candidates/ Defence Personnel and their Dependents/ Wards of Kashmiri Migrants.
  • Nationality: Only Indian Nationals are eligible.

LPUNEST Eligibility criteria for M.Tech courses

  • Candidate should passed B.E./B.Tech or equivalent in relevant subject from a recognized university with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks.
  • Final year graduation students or those awaiting final results are also eligible to apply.
  • Relaxation of 5% has been given to the North-East states and Sikkim candidates/ Defence Personnel and their Dependents/ Wards of Kashmiri Migrants.
  • Nationality: Only Indian Nationals are eligible.

LPUNEST Eligibility criteria for MBA courses

  • Candidate should passed Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in relevant subject from a recognized university OR Completed Company Secretary (CS) from Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) or Completed Chartered Accountancy (CA) from Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) or Completed Cost & Management Accountancy (CMA) from the Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICAI) with a minimum of 55% aggregate marks.
  • Final year graduation students or those awaiting final results are also eligible to apply.
  • Relaxation of 5% has been given to the North-East states and Sikkim candidates/ Defence Personnel and their Dependents/ Wards of Kashmiri Migrants.
  • Nationality: Only Indian Nationals are eligible.

LPUNEST Exam Pattern 2021

Diploma

  • For Courses: Diploma in Engineering, Diploma in Engineering (Lateral Entry), Diploma in Architectural Assistantship, Diploma in Architectural Assistantship [Lateral Entry], Diploma in Business Administration, Diploma in Medical Lab. Technology (DMLT), Diploma - B.Tech (Dual Programme)
  • Duration: 90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Mathematics 15 Questions 2 Marks 30 Marks
Reasoning Aptitude 15 Questions 2 Marks 30 Marks
General Knowledge 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Science 15 Questions 2 Marks 30 Marks

B.Tech

  • Duration: 150 minutes (2 hours 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
Physics 30 questions 4 Marks 120 Marks
Chemistry 30 questions 4 Marks 120 Marks
Mathematics 30 questions 4 Marks 120 Marks
Biology 30 questions 4 Marks 120 Marks

UG Business, Journalism, Education & Computer Applications

  • For Courses: BA (Journalism and Mass Communication), B.Com, B.Com (Hons.), B.Com (Management Accounting and International Finance) with IMA, USA, B.Sc (Computer Science), B.Sc (Hons.) Economics, B.Sc (Information Technology), BBA, BBA (Financial Markets) with NSE Academy, BBA (Hons.), BBA (Information Technology), BBA (International Finance) with IMA, USA, BCA, BCA (Hons.), Integrated B.A. - B.Ed., Integrated B.Sc. - B.Ed., Integrated BBA - MBA
  • Duration: 90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
  • English is Compulsory and the applicant can opt for any two of the remaining Subjects
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Physics 15 Questions 2 Marks 30 Marks
Chemistry 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Marks
Mathematics 15 Questions 2 Marks 30 Marks
Biology20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Marks
Accountancy 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Marks
Business Studies 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Marks
Economics 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Marks
Computer Science 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Marks
History 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Sociology 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Psychology 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Geography 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Agriculture 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Physical Education 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Political Science 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Public Administration 30 Question 1 Mark 30 Marks
General Aptitude 15 Question 2 Mark 30 Marks
General Awareness 30 Question 1 Mark 30 Marks

Under Graduate – Regular

  • For Courses: B.Arch, BA (Fine Arts), BA (Hons.), BA (Music Vocal), BA (Theatre), B.Plan, B.Sc. (Health and Physical Education), BA, BFA, B.P.Ed.S, BPA (Music Vocal), BPA (Theatre), Diploma in Library and Information Sciences
  • Duration: 90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
  • English is Compulsory and the applicant can opt for any two of the remaining Subjects
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Physics 15 Questions 2 Marks 30 Marks
Chemistry 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Marks
Mathematics 15 Questions 2 Marks 30 Marks
Biology 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Marks
Accountancy 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Marks
Business Studies 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Marks
Economics 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Marks
Computer Science 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Marks
History 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Sociology 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Psychology 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Geography 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Agriculture 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Physical Education 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Political Science 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Marks
Public Administration 30 Question 1 Mark 30 Marks
General Aptitude 15 Question 2 Mark 30 Marks
General Awareness 30 Question 1 Mark 30 Marks

UG Hotel Management

  • For Courses: B.Sc (Airlines, Tourism and Hospitality), B.Sc (Hotel Management), Bachelor of Hotel Mgt. and Catering Technology, BBA (Airlines and Airport management), BBA (Tourism and Hospitality)
  • Duration: 150 minutes (2 hours 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No. of Questions: 100
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 30 questions 2 Marks 60 Marks
Service Aptitude 15 questions 2 Marks 30 Marks
General Awareness 25 questions 2 Marks 50 Marks
Quantitative Aptitude 15 questions 2 Marks 30 Marks
Reasoning and Logical Ability 15 questions 2 Marks 30 Marks

UG – LAW

  • For Courses: BA LL.B.(Hons.), BBA LL.B. (Hons.)
  • Duration: 120 minutes (2 hours)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No. of Questions: 80
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 20 questions 2.5 Marks 50 Marks
Quantitative and Logical Aptitude 20 questions 2.5 Marks 50 Marks
Legal Reasoning 20 questions 2.5 Marks 50 Marks
General Awareness 20 questions 2.5 Marks 50 Marks

LL.B.

  • Duration: 120 minutes (2 hours)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No. of Questions: 80
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 20 questions 2.5 Marks 50 Marks
Quantitative and Logical Aptitude 20 questions 2.5 Marks 50 Marks
Legal Reasoning 20 questions 2.5 Marks 50 Marks
General Awareness 20 questions 2.5 Marks 50 Marks

UG Design

  • For Courses: B.Design (Fashion), B.Design (Film and TV Production ), B.Design (Gaming), B.Design (Graphics), B.Design (Interior & Furniture), B.Design (Multimedia), B.Design (Product and Industrial), B.Sc. (Design - Fashion), B.Sc. (Design - Gaming ), B.Sc. (Design - Graphics), B.Sc. (Design - Interior and Furniture), B.Sc. (Design - Multimedia) B.Sc. (Film and TV Production)
  • Duration: 150 minutes (2 hours 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No. of Questions: 100
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
Communication Ability 25 questions 2 Marks 50 Marks
General Awareness 25 questions 2 Marks 50 Marks
Design Thinking 50 questions 2 Marks 100 Marks

UG Sciences

  • For Courses: B.Pharm., B.Sc (Nutrition and Dietetics), B.Sc. (Forensic Sciences), B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture, B.Sc. (Hons.) Biotechnology, B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry, B.Sc. (Hons.) Food Technology, B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics, B.Sc. (Hons.) Microbiology, B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology, B.Sc. (Medical Lab. Technology) Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)
  • Duration: 150 minutes (2 hours 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
  • English is Compulsory and the applicant can opt for any of the following combinations, i.e., Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Crop Production, Horticulture.
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 30 Questions 2 Marks 60 Marks
Physics 30 Questions 4 Marks 120 Marks
Chemistry 30 Questions 4 Marks 120 Marks
Mathematics 30 Questions 4 Marks 120 Marks
Biology 30 Questions 4 Marks 120 Marks
Horticulture 30 Questions 4 Marks 120 Marks
Crop Production 60 Questions 4 Marks 240 Marks

Lateral Entry Courses (LET)

  • Duration: 90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
  • English is Compulsory and the applicant can opt for any two of the remaining Subjects
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Mark
Mathematics 15 Questions 2 Marks 30 Mark
Information Technology 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Mark
General Awareness 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Mark
Reasoning Aptitude 15 Questions 2 Marks 30 Mark
General Engineering 20 Questions 1.5 Marks 30 Mark
Science 15 Questions 2 Marks 30 Mark
Service Aptitude 15 Questions 2 Marks 30 Mark
Design Thinking 15 Questions 2 Marks 30 Mark
Pharmacy 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Mark
Ayurveda 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Mark
Medical Laboratory Sciences 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Mark

B.Ed.

  • Duration: 90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No. of Questions: 75
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
Language Proficiency 30 questions 1 Marks 30 Marks
Reasoning Ability 15 questions 2 Marks 30 Marks
Teaching Aptitude 30 questions 1 Marks 30 Marks

MBA

  • Duration: 150 minutes (2 hours 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No. of Questions: 100
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 40 questions 3 Marks 120 Marks
General Awareness 20 questions 3 Marks 60 Marks
General Aptitude 40 questions 3 Marks 120 Marks

M.Tech

  • Duration: 90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
  • English is Compulsory and the applicant can opt for any one of the remaining Subjects
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Mark
Computer Science 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Electronics 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Mechanical Engineering 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Biotechnology 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Civil Engineering 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Electrical Engineering 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Food Technology 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark

PG Sciences

  • For Courses: For all M.Sc, M.Pharma, and MPT courses offered by LPU.
  • Duration: 90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
  • English is Compulsory and the applicant can opt for any one of the remaining Subjects
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Mark
Pharmacy 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Physiotherapy 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Ayurveda 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Physics 30 Questions 2 Marks 60 Mark
Chemistry 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Mathematics 30 Questions 2 Marks 60 Mark
Biotech 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Microbiology 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Botany 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Biochemistry 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Zoology 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Agriculture 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Environmental Sciences 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Forensic Sciences 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Clinical Biochemistry 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Clinical Microbiology 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Statistics and Data Analytics 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark
Nutrition and Dietetics 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Mark

PG Commerce, Economics, Journalism & Computer Applications

  • For Courses: M.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication), M.Com., M.Sc. (Computer Science), M.Sc. (Film and TV Production), M.Sc. (Hons.) Economics, M.Sc. (Information Technology), MCA, MCA (Hons.).
  • Duration: 90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
  • English is Compulsory and the applicant can opt for any one of the remaining Subjects
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 30 Questions 1 Mark 30 Mark
Commerce 40 Questions 1.5 Mark 60 Mark
Economics 40 Questions 1.5 Mark 60 Mark
General Aptitude 30 Questions 2 Mark 60 Mark
General Awareness 60 Questions 1 Mark 60 Mark
Journalism & Film Production 40 Questions 1.5 Mark 60 Mark
Computer Science 40 Questions 1.5 Mark 60 Mark
Computer Application 30 Questions 2 Mark 60 Mark
Mathematics 30 Questions 2 Mark 60 Mark

PG – Regular

  • For Courses: B.P.Ed., B. Lib. I.Sc., M.A. (Clinical Psychology), M.A. (Education), M.A. (English), M.A. (Hindi), M.A. (History), M.A. (Music Vocal), M.A. (Political Science), M.A. (Psychology), M.A. (Public Administration), M.A. (Punjabi), M.A. (Sociology), M.P.Ed., M.Sc. (Geography), M.Sc. (Hotel Management), MFA, M. Lib. I.Sc.
  • Duration: 90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
  • English is Compulsory and the applicant can opt for any one of the remaining Subjects
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 30 Questions 1 Marks 30 Marks
General Aptitude 30 Questions 2 Marks 60 Marks
General Awareness 60 Questions 1 Marks 60 Marks
English (Literature) 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Punjabi (Literature) 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Music 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Psychology 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Physical Education 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Sociology 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
History 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Political Science 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Public Administration 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Geography 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Education 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Hotel Management 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Commerce 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Economics 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks
Fine Arts 40 Questions 1.5 Marks 60 Marks

LL.M.

  • Duration: 120 minutes (2 hours)
  • Exam Pattern: Objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs)
  • Exam Mode: Online
  • No. of Questions: 160
  • No marks will be deducted for any wrong or unattempted question
Subjects No. of Questions Marks Per Question Maximum Marks Per Subject
English 40 questions 1 Mark 40 Marks
Constitutional Law 40 questions 1 Mark 40 Marks
Jurisprudence 40 questions 1 Mark 40 Marks
Other Law subjects 40 questions 1 Mark 40 Marks

LPUNEST Admission Process 2021

Step 1: Registration

Get yourself registered for the LPUNEST exam 2021 by filling in the required details through the official website of LPUADMIT.

Step 2: Apply for LPUNEST

After registration students must have to apply for the LPUNEST exam to get admitted in the desired program and also to get the scholarship.

Step 3: Slot Booking and Exam

  • Candidates must have to book the exam slot to appear in the LPUNEST.
  • This test would be conducted in more than 190 cities pan India.
  • Download the hall ticket.
  • Appear and qualify for the exam.

Step 4: Result and Seat Allotment

  • Get result.
  • Fill the seat according to the preference.
  • Depending upon the seat availability and preferences filled by the candidates, a particular preference number would be allotted in the first round of counselling.
  • Download the allotment letter.

Step 5: Admission

  • Deposit initial fee of 20000 INR.
  • After the successful fee payment a “Unique Provisional Registration No.” will be generated and sent to your registered Email ID.
  • Upload the documents which is required:
    • Recent Photograph
    • Matriculation Marksheet
    • Qualifying exam Certificate/Marksheet
    • Address Proof
  • Final year students can submit the Certificate/Marksheet, later.
  • Apply for a residential/mess/transportation/parking facility as per the requirement.
  • All the documents have to be verified from the originals within the prescribed timelines.
  • Within the timelines prescribed by the university deposit the balance fee.

Note: Subsequent rounds of counselling may follow depending upon the availability of seats.

LPUNEST Syllabus 2021

LPUNEST is a university level entrance exam conducted every year to provide admission and scholarships in the different undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by the Lovely Professional University (LPU). There are different syllabus for different courses offered by the LPUNEST exam.

Mathematics Syllabus for Diploma and Lateral Entry Courses

Mathematics
Real numbers Polynomials Pair of linear equations in two variables
Triangles Introduction to trigonometry Statistics
Quadratic equations Arithmetic Progressions Circles
Trigonometrical Identities Heights and distances Probability
Lines Areas related to circles Surface areas and volumes

Science Syllabus for Diploma and Lateral Entry Courses

Science
Reflection Refraction Effects of current
Magnetic effects of current Sources of energy Chemical reactions
Acids, bases, and salts Metals and non-metals Carbon compounds
Periodic classification of elements Life processes Reproduction
Heredity and evolution Conservation of natural resources The Regional environment and our environment

English Syllabus for Diploma Courses

Section Topics
Parts of speech
  • Nouns
  • Pronouns
  • Verbs Adjectives
  • Adverb
  • Prepositions Conjunctions
  • Articles and Interjections
Tenses
  • Present
  • Past
  • Future
  • Modal Verbs
  • Determiners and Quantifiers
Vocabulary
  • Antonyms
  • Synonyms
  • Confused Words
  • Phrasal Verbs
  • Sentence Correction Sentence Completion
  • Active Passive Voice
  • Direct Speech
Clauses
  • Noun Clause
  • Adverb Clause
  • Relative Clause
  • Subject-Verb Agreement
Conditionals
  • Zero First, Second, and Third Short Unseen Passages With MCQs
  • Spellings
  • Idioms
  • Proverbs

Reasoning Aptitude Syllabus for Diploma and Lateral Entry Courses

Reasoning Aptitude
Numbers Percentage Profit, Loss & Discount
Ratio & Proportion Simple & Compound Interest Permutation & Combination & Probability
Time & Distance Boats & streams Races & Games
Time & Work Pipes & Cistern Calendar & Clocks
Area Series completion & Coding-Decoding & Alphabet test Direction sense test & Blood relations & arrangements
Syllogism Number Ranking & Time sequence test
Arithmetical reasoning Inserting the missing character Data sufficiency
Cubes and dice Non-verbal reasoning

General Knowledge Syllabus for Diploma Courses

Section Topics
Current Affairs
  • Sports
  • Economy
  • International
  • Science & Technology
  • Politics
  • Fashion
Social Science
  • Democratic Politics
  • Contemporary India
  • India and the Contemporary World
  • Economics
Sports
  • Cricket
  • Football
  • Tennis
  • Olympic
science
  • World of Living
  • Chemical Substances-Nature and Behaviour
  • Natural Phenomena
  • Effects of Current
  • Natural Resources
Information Technology
  • Basics of Information Technology
  • Office Tools

Chemistry Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Unit No. Section Topics
Unit 1 Atomic Structure, States of Matter & Thermodynamics
  • Some basic concepts in chemistry
  • States of matter
  • Gaseous State
  • Liquid State
  • Solid State
  • Atomic structure
  • Chemical bonding and molecular structure
  • Covalent Bonding
  • Quantum mechanical approach to covalent bonding
  • Molecular Orbital Theory
  • Chemical thermodynamics
  • First law of thermodynamics
  • Second law of thermodynamics
Unit 2 Solutions, Chemical Kinetics & Surface Chemistry
  • Solutions
  • Equilibrium
  • Equilibria involving physical processes
  • Equilibria involving chemical processes
  • Ionic equilibrium
  • Redox reactions and Electrochemistry
  • Electrochemical cells
  • Chemical Kinetics
  • Surface chemistry
  • Colloidal State
Unit 3 Hydrogen & s - Block Element
  • Classification of elements and periodicity in properties
  • General principles and processes of isolation of metals
  • Hydrogen
  • s - Block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals) Group - 1 and 2 Elements
Unit 4 p, d & f Block Elements and Environmental Chemistry
  • p - Block elements
  • d – and f – Block elements
  • Inner Transition Elements
  • Coordination Compounds
  • Environmental chemistry
  • Tropospheric pollutants – Gaseous pollutants
  • Stratospheric pollution
Unit 5 Basic Concepts of Organic Chemistry
  • Purification and characterization of organic compounds: Purification
  • Qualitative analysis
  • Quantitative analysis (Basic Principles only)
  • Some basic principles of organic chemistry
  • Nomenclature (Trivial and IUPAC) Covalent bond fission
  • Electronic displacement in a covalent bond
  • Common types of organic reactions
  • Alkanes
  • Alkenes
  • Alkynes
  • Aromatic hydrocarbons
  • Organic compounds containing halogens
Unit 6 Oxygen, Nitrogen, Polymers & Biomolecules
  • Practical Chemistry
  • Nucleic acids
  • Chemistry in everyday life
  • Chemicals in food
  • Cleansing agents
  • Organic compounds containing Oxygen
  • Alcohols
  • Phenols
  • Ethers
  • Aldehyde and Ketones
  • Carboxylic acids
  • Organic compounds containing Nitrogen
  • Amines
  • Diazonium Salts
  • Polymers
  • Biomolecules
  • Carbohydrates
  • Proteins
  • Vitamins
  • Chemistry in everyday life
  • Cleansing agents
  • Chemicals in food
  • Nucleic acids

Physics Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Unit No. Section Topics
Unit 1 Motion
  • Laws of motion
  • Rotational motion
  • Work, energy, and power
Unit 2 Kinematics, Gravitation & Oscillations
  • Physics and measurement
  • Oscillations and waves
  • Gravitation
  • Kinematics
Unit 3 Thermal Physics
  • Properties of solids and liquids
  • Thermodynamics
  • Kinetic theory of gases
Unit 4 Electricity & Magnetism
  • Electrostatics
  • Current electricity
  • Magnetic effects of current and magnetism
Unit 5 Atomic Structure & Optics
  • Wave optics
  • Dual nature of matter and radiation
  • Optics
  • Atoms and nuclei
Unit 6 Electrical & Electronics
  • Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents
  • Electronic devices
  • Electromagnetic waves

Mathematics Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Unit No. Section Topics
Unit 1 Algebra
  • Sets, relations, and functions
  • Sequences and series
  • Complex numbers and quadratic equations
Unit 2 Matrices, Vectors & Reasoning
  • Matrices & Determinants
  • Vector algebra
  • Mathematical reasoning
Unit 3 Permutation-Combinations & Binomial Theorem
  • Permutations and Combinations
  • Binomial theorem and its simple applications
  • Mathematical induction
Unit 4 Limit, Integration & Differentiation
  • Limit, continuity, and differentiability
  • Integral calculus
Unit 5 Geometry
  • Coordinate geometry
  • Three Dimensional Geometry
  • Circles, conic sections
  • Straight lines
Unit 6 Probability & Trigonometry
  • Trigonometry
  • Probability
  • Statistics and probability

Biology Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Unit No. Section Topics
Unit 1 Diversity & Structural Organisation
  • Five kingdom classification
  • Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants
  • Cell Structure and Function
  • Cell division
Unit 2 Plant Physiology
  • Transport in plants
  • Mineral nutrition
  • Photosynthesis
  • Respiration
  • Plant growth and development
Unit 3 Human Physiology
  • Chemical coordination and regulation
  • Breathing and Respiration
  • Body fluids and circulation
  • Excretory Products and their elimination
  • Locomotion and Movement
  • Neural control and coordination
  • Digestion and absorption
Unit 4 Reproduction, Genetics and Evolution
  • Evolution
  • Sexual reproduction in flowering plants
  • Human Reproduction
  • Reproductive health
  • Genetics and Evolution
  • Molecular Basis of Inheritance
  • Reproduction in organisms
Unit 5 Biology, Biotechnology and Human Welfare
  • Health and Disease
  • Improvement in food production
  • Microbes in human welfare
  • Application of Biotechnology in health and agriculture
  • Biotechnology and Its Applications
Unit 6 Ecology and environment
  • Environmental issues
  • Ecosystem
  • Biodiversity and its conservation
  • Organisms and environment

English/Communication Ability/Language Proficiency Syllabus for all UG, PG, B.Ed. & Lateral Entry Courses

Section Topics
Grammar
  • Parts of speech – Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Adverb, Verb, Preposition, Conjunction Interjection
  • Tenses – Present, Past and Future Tense in Active and Passive Form
  • Modal Verbs – Can, Could, May, Might, Should, Will, Would
Associative Language Skills
  • Vocabulary – Antonyms, Synonyms, One-word substitution, Word Analogies, Idioms and Phrases
Common Errors
  • Sentence Correction and Error Finding Exercises
Comprehension Passages
  • Closed and Open paragraphs
  • identifying key ideas or theme

Accountancy Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Accountancy
Introduction to Accounting Theory Base of Accounting Generation of Vouchers and Recording of Transactions
Trial Balance and Rectification of Errors Depreciation, Provisions, and Reserves Bills of Exchange
Financial Statements Financial Statement of Not-for-Profit Organization Computers in Accounting
Accounting for Partnership Reconstitution of Partnership Dissolution of Partnership Firm
Accounting for Share Capital Accounting for Debentures Analysis of Financial Statement
Cash flow Statement Computerized Accounting Overview of Computerized Accounting System

Agriculture Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

  • Area and production of various agricultural products and current status
  • Irrigation and drainage, weed management
  • Soil as a growth medium: Essential elements, organic manures, chemical fertilizers, and bio-fertilizers
  • Reclamation of alkaline and saline soils erosion: causes and remedial measures
  • Soil, soil pH, soil texture, soil structure, soil organisms, soil tilth, soil fertility, and soil health
  • Organic manure, common fertilizers including straight, complex, fertilizer mixtures and biofertilizers, integrated nutrient management system
  • Livestock farming, Role of livestock and poultry in agriculture
  • Breeds of dairy animals and poultry
  • Commercial dairy farming and poultry production
  • Management of newly born calf, pregnant and milch animals
  • Artificial insemination, pregnancy diagnosis, and detection of heart disease in dairy animals
  • Crossbreeding
  • Dairy animal and poultry diseases: foot and mouth, H.S., mastitis, black quarter, rani kheit and bird flu
  • Common feeds of dairy animals and importance of meat and egg in human foods

Business Studies Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Section Topics
Nature and significance of Management
  • Types of management
  • Administration
  • Functions
  • Principles of Management
Functions of Management
  • Planning
  • Organizing
  • Staffing - Selection
  • Recruitment
  • Training and Development
  • Controlling
  • Directing
  • Motivating - Theories and Types
Business Environment
  • Social
  • Economic
  • Cultural and legal environment
  • Economic Environment in India
Authority and responsibility
  • Delegation
  • Centralization
  • Decentralization
Leadership
  • Theories and style of leadership
Communication
  • Introduction and Types
  • Barrier in communication
Financial Management
  • Sources of funds
  • Capital Structure
  • Financial Markets
Marketing Management
  • Types of goods
  • Purchase behaviour
  • Marketing communication
  • Advertising
  • 4 P’s of marketing
Consumer Protection
  • Ways and means
  • Importance for business
  • Consumer Protection Act

Computer Science Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Computer Science
Transmission Media and Network devices Evolution of Networking and Data Communication terminologies Network Topologies
Network Protocols Network Security Concepts Web terminology
Object-Oriented Concepts Constructor and Destructor Data File Handling and Pointers
Introduction to Data Structures and One Dimensional Arrays Two Dimensional Arrays Stack
Queue Database Concepts Structured Query Language
SQL Commands and Functions Evolution of Boolean Algebra, Constants and Operators Laws of Boolean Algebra
Boolean Expressions and Basic Logic Gates

Economics Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Section Topics
Microeconomics
  • Utility Analysis
  • Demand & Supply Analysis
  • Market Equilibrium
  • Theory of Cost and Revenue
  • Various type of Market structures - Perfect Competition
  • Monopoly
  • Monopolistic Competition
  • Oligopoly
Macroeconomics
  • Concepts of National Income
  • Structure and System of Economy
  • Keynesian Concepts and Principles of Economics
  • Monetary and Fiscal policies
  • Types of Business Cycle
  • Basics of Money and Banking
Indian Economy
  • Recent developments and trends in GDP
  • Vital rates like CRR, Bank rate etc.
  • Fiscal deficit, Primary deficit and other types of deficits Inflation

Geography Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Geography
Geography as a Discipline The Earth Landforms
Climate Hydrosphere Hazards and Disasters: Causes, Consequences and Management
Human Activities Introduction to India Physiography of India
Climate of India Vegetation of India Soils of India
People of India Human settlements Land and agricultural Resources of India
Mineral and energy resources of India Industries of India Planning in India
Transport, Communication in India International Trade  of India Geographical Perspective on selected issues and problems
Fundamentals of Maps Topographic and Weather Maps Aerial Photographs
Satellite imageries

History Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

  • Early Societies, Empires, Changing Traditions, Towards Modernisation, Bricks, Beads and Bones, The Harappan Civilisation, Kings, Farmers and Towns, Early States and Economies (c.600 BCE-600 CE), Kinship, Caste and Class - Early Societies (600 BCE-600 CE)
  • Thinkers, Beliefs and Buildings Cultural Developments (600 BCE- 600 CE)
  • Through The Eyes Of Travellers: Perceptions of Society (tenth to seventeenth centuries)
  • Bhakti – Sufi Traditions: Changes in Religious Beliefs and Devotional Texts (eighth to eighteenth centuries
  • An Imperial Capital: Vijayanagara (fourteenth to sixteenth centuries)
  • Peasants, Zamindars and The State: Agrarian Society and the Mughal Empire (sixteenth-seventeenth centuries)
  • Kings and Chronicles: The Mughal Courts (c. sixteenth-seventeenth centuries)
  • Colonialism and The Countryside: Exploring Official Archives
  • Rebels and The Raj, 1857 Revolt and its Representations
  • Mahatma Gandhi and The Nationalist Movement: Civil Disobedience and Beyond
  • Understanding Partition: Politics, Memories, Experiences
  • Framing the Constitution: The Beginning of a New Era
  • New India: Nation Building, World War
  • Cold war
  • USSR disintegration
  • UNO

Physical Education Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Physical Education
Changing Trends in Physical Education Career in Physical Education Physical Fitness, Wellness & Lifestyle
Yoga Asanas Physical Activity Environment
Health Fitness Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology Fundamentals of Psychology & Sports
Learning and its laws Training in Sports Sports & Nutrition
Postures Women & Sports Physiology & Sports
Sports Medicine Soft Tissue Injuries Bone & Joint Injuries

Psychology Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Section Topics
Introduction
  • What is Psychology?
  • Understanding Mind and Behavior
  • Popular Notions about the Discipline of Psychology
  • Evolution of Psychology
  • Development of Psychology in India
  • Branches of Psychology
  • Themes of Research and Applications
  • Psychology and Other Disciplines
  • Psychologists at Work
  • Psychology in Everyday Life
Methods of Psychology
  • Goals of Psychological Enquiry, Steps in Conducting Scientific Research, Alternative Paradigms of Research, Nature of Psychological Data, Some Important Methods in Psychology and Ethical Issues
  • Biological bases of behavior, Structure and Functions of Nervous System
Heredity
  • Genes and Behavior, Socio-Cultural Shaping of Behavior, Concept of Culture
  • Life span development, Sensations, Perception, Learning and applications of Learning Principles
  • Memory, Forgetting, Thinking, Problem solving, Thought and Language, Communication, Motivation, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Emotions
  • Facets of development
  • Intelligence
  • Personality
  • Psychological Disorders
  • Therapeutic approaches
  • Introduction to creativity
  • Nature, Types and Sources of Stress
  • Attitude
  • Psychology and life
  • Human Influence on the Environment
  • Counselling
  • Social influence and group process
  • Various Schools of psychology
  • Social cognition
  • Self and Personality.

Sociology Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

  • Basics concepts of society and Sociology, Understanding Social institutions, Culture and Socialisation process, Indian society: Demographic and structural realities, Patterns of social inequality and exclusion,
  • Social change and continuity.
  • Social Stratification: Caste, class and gender
  • Contemporary Social Issues: Poverty, unemployment and over-population

Political Science Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Political Science
Politics in India since Independence Constitution of India The structure and functioning of the Indian government
International and Regional Organizations Cold War Era, The End of Bipolarity and U.S hegemony in World affairs Globalization

Public Administration Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

Public Administration
Constitutional framework Organizational Structure and Functioning of Government at the Central Level Organizational Structure and Functioning of Government at the State level
District Administration in India Local Government in India Emerging Issues in Public Administration
Institutional arrangements against Corruption

General Awareness Syllabus for all Undergraduate Courses

General Awareness
Current Affairs (National and International) Indian History Indian Politics
Indian Economy Who is Who Sports Events
Awards and Honours Abbreviations Important Days and Weeks
International and National Organizations Awareness of social and cultural connection with design history of the designed artifact and socially responsible and environmentally sustainable design responses History of art, sculpture, and literature

General Aptitude Syllabus for all UG, PG & MBA Courses

General Aptitude
Numbers Percentage Profit, Loss & Discount
Ratio & Proportion Simple & Compound Interest Permutation & Combination & Probability
Time & Distance Boats & streams Races & Games
Time & Work Pipes & Cistern Calendar & Clocks
Area Series completion & Coding-Decoding & Alphabet test Direction sense test & Blood relations & arrangements
Syllogism Number Ranking & Time sequence test
Arithmetical reasoning Inserting the missing character Data sufficiency
Cubes and dice Non-verbal reasoning

Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus for all UG Hotel Management Courses

Elementary Mathematics up to class 10th covering

Quantitative Aptitude
Real Numbers Average Percentage
Ratio Time, Speed, and Distance Time and Work

Reasoning and Logical Ability Syllabus for all UG Hotel Management Courses

Reasoning and Logical Ability
Verbal Series Non-Verbal Series Analogies
Classification Coding & Decoding Blood Relationships
Alphabet Test Direction Sense Test Analytical Reasoning
Linear Arrangements Problems Based on Symmetry Problems Based on Visual Ability
Ordering & Sequencing

General Awareness Syllabus for all UG Hotel Management Courses

General Awareness
Indian History Indian Politics Indian Economy
Financial and Economic News Budget and Five years Plan Who is Who
Sports Events Books and Authors Awards & Honours
Science Invention and Discoveries Organization Current National and International Affairs
Abbreviations Important Days and Weeks International and National Legal Development

Service Aptitude Syllabus for all UG Hotel Management Courses

Service Aptitude
Attitude External Awareness Customer Experience
Communication Influence Interpersonal Skills
Stress Management Adaptability Accountability
Leadership Results-Oriented Conflict Resolution
Initiative Customer Acquisition Creative Thinking
Professionalism Change Management

Quantitative and Logical Aptitude Syllabus for LL.B. & all UG-LAW Courses

Section Topics
Elementary Mathematics up to class 10th covering
  • Real Numbers
  • Average
  • Percentage
  • Ratio
  • Time, Speed, and Distance
  • Time and Work
Logical Reasoning
  • Pattern Identification
  • Logical Links and rectifying illogical arguments
  • Syllogisms
  • logical sequences
  • Analogies, etc.

Legal Reasoning Syllabus for LL.B. & all UG-LAW Courses

  • Legal Awareness, Legal Terms, Legal GK, Legal Maxims, Important Treaties and Conventions
  • Constitution of India: Historical Background, Features, Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy, Emergency and Special Provisions of The Indian Constitutions, Indian Parliament, Supreme Court of India, Distribution of Power Between Centre and The State, President And Vice - President Of India, Prime Minister
  • Legal Propositions and A Set of Facts to which the said proposition has to be applied

Design Thinking Syllabus for all UG Design Courses

Section Topics
Visualization and spatial ability
  • Natural & Geometrical Form
  • 2D and 3D visualization
  • Transformation and/or manipulation of 2D shapes and 3D objects
  • Spatial relationships between different 2D or 3D shapes
  • Knowledge of practical and everyday mechanical and scientific concepts
  • Use of measurements, scale & proportions
  • Foreshortening & perspective
Observation and Design sensitivity
  • Design Awareness
  • Creative thinking
  • Elements & Principles Of Design
  • Detecting concealed properties in ordinary things, people, situations, and events and thinking critically about them
  • Discerning subtle differences in visual properties and aesthetic outcomes
Analytical and logical reasoning
  • Story pictures
  • Motifs
  • Discerning patterns within qualitative or quantitative information
  • Weighing opinions, arguments, or solutions against appropriate criteria
  • Use of logic and structured thinking to deduce from a given short passage, which of a number of statements is the most accurate response to a posed question
Design thinking and problem solving
  • Analysis and usage of visual analogies and metaphors
  • Imagination & Doodling
  • Analysis and usage of signs and symbols
  • Generate alternatives, evaluate options, and select solutions for a given problem
Color, its principles and theory
  • Understanding Light & Shade
  • Colour Terminology
  • Mood, theme & color interrelationship
  • Colour Psychology
  • Colour
  • Pattern & Texture
  • Optical Illusion
  • Usage of color in Compositions

Horticulture Syllabus for all UG Sciences Courses

  • Area and production of various horticultural crops and current status
  • Importance of fruits and vegetables in human diets, crops diversification, and processing industries.
  • Orchard - location, layout, ornamental gardening, and kitchen garden.
  • Planting system, training, pruning, intercropping, protection from frost and sunburn.
  • Trees, shrubs, climbers, annuals, perennials.
  • Propagation by seeds, cutting, budding, layering, and grafting.
  • Cultivation practices, processing, and marketing of: Fruits- mango, papaya, banana, guava, citrus, grapes.
  • Vegetables - radish, carrot, potato, onion, cauliflower, brinjal, tomato, spinach, and cabbage.
  • Flowers- gladiolus, canna, chrysanthemums, roses, and marigold.
  • Principles and methods of fruit and vegetable preservation.
  • Preparation of jellies, jams, ketchup, chips, and their packing.

Crop Production Syllabus for all UG Sciences Courses

Unit No Topics
Unit 1
  • Livestock Production Scope and importance
  • Care and management
  • Livestock Products
Unit 2
  • Crop Production Introduction
  • Soil, Soil fertility, Fertilizers and Manures
  • Irrigation and Drainage
  • Crops

General Engineering Syllabus for all Lateral Entry Courses

General Engineering
Basic concepts of chemistry Atomic Structure Chemical Solution
Welding technology Electronics Electrical Engineering Units and dimensions
Metallurgy Fuels Logarithms
Trigonometry Fundamental of Computers Physics
Digital Electronics Electrical Quantities and Units Alternating Current Vs Direct Current
Semiconductor General Science Mechanical Measurements
Numbers

General Awareness Syllabus for all Lateral Entry, MBA & all PG Courses

General Awareness
Indian History Indian Politics Indian Economy
Financial and Economic News Budget and National Plans Who is Who
Sports Events Books and Authors Awards & Honours
Science Invention and Discoveries Abbreviations Important Days and Weeks
International and National Organizations Current National and International Affairs

Information Technology Syllabus for all Lateral Entry Courses

Information Technology
Components of Computer CPU and Memory Computer Peripherals
Familiarity with Windows 2000/XP Navigating in Windows Working with Windows and Shortcuts
GUI based applications Working with menus Spreadsheets and working with Excel
Graphs in PowerPoint Presentations Internet and its Requirements Email and WWW
Creating Email account, Chatting Computer Applications in various Domains Managing and Analysing Data
Usage of computer in other domains Impact of Computers Use of IT
Ethics and information technology Future with IT

Service Aptitude Syllabus for all Lateral Entry Courses

Service Aptitude
Attitude External Awareness Customer Experience
Communication Influence Interpersonal Skills
Stress Management Adaptability Accountability
Leadership Results-Oriented Conflict Resolution
Initiative Customer Acquisition Creative Thinking
Professionalism Change Management

Ayurveda Syllabus for all Lateral Entry Courses

Ayurveda
Dravyaguna (Ayurvediya Ausadha Gunadharma Shastra) Fundamentals of Roga Nidaan Evam Chikitsa Shariram
Swasthvritta Prathmik upchar evam rogi paricharya Rasashastra and bhaishajya Kalpana or ayurvediya aushadh nirman shastra

Medical Laboratory Sciences Syllabus for all Lateral Entry Courses

Section Topics
Microbiology
  • Equipments & Instruments used
  • Culture Media
  • Sterilization
Pathology
  • Blood
  • Collection of Blood
  • ABO and Rh Blood Grouping
  • Selection and Rejection of Donor
Biochemistry
  • Enzyme Assay
  • Diagnostic Tests

Pharmacy Syllabus for all Lateral Entry Courses

  • Pharmaceutics
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Pharmacology

Reasoning Ability Syllabus for B.Ed. Courses

Reasoning Ability
logical sequence of words Non - verbal reasoning, missing numbers Number series
Percentage Analogy Alphabet series
Blood relation Odd one out Symbol and letter series
Direction sense Theme finding Syllogism
Logical problems Statements and Assumptions

Teaching Aptitude Syllabus for B.Ed. Courses

Teaching Aptitude
Attitude towards education Children: Identification of needs Children: creating appropriate learning situations
children: Learner Centred Teaching Strategies Steps in Teaching Factors affecting Teaching
Teaching profession Interest in teaching Teacher: leadership qualities
Teacher: Motivator Teacher: Facilitator Teacher: Democratic leader
Teacher: Guide Teacher: Counsellor Teacher: Mentor
personality of teacher-Balanced Personality personality of teacher-Professional Ethics personality of teacher-Values
group management emotional adjustment social adjustment
intrapersonal skills interpersonal skills Verbal and Non-verbal communication
General awareness of contemporary issues pertaining to school education: National Educational Agencies, use of ICT, right to education act 2009, NCF 2010, NCF 2005 Values as Enshrined in the Constitution of India

Computer Science Syllabus for M.Tech Courses

Computer Science
Programming and Data Structures Java Programming Algorithms
Computer Organization and Architecture Digital Logic Databases
Operating System Computer Networking Automata Theory
Software Engineering Compiler Design Artificial Intelligence
Web Technology

Biotechnology Syllabus for M.Tech Courses

Biotechnology
Plant and Animal cell Plant Physiology Animal Physiology
Genetics and Environmental Sciences Metabolism Applied Biotechnology

Civil Engineering Syllabus for M.Tech Courses

Civil Engineering
Engineering Mechanics Strength of Materials Structural Analysis
Steel Structures Concrete Structures Fluid Mechanics
Hydraulic Machines Soil Mechanics Foundation Engineering
Engineering Materials Concrete Technology Construction Planning and Management
Surveying Highway Engineering Traffic Engineering
Railway Engineering Airport Engineering Hydrology
Irrigation Engineering Water Supply Engineering Waste Water Engineering

Electronics Syllabus for M.Tech Courses

Electronics
Networks, Signals, and Systems Electronic Devices Analog Circuits
Digital Circuits Control Systems Communications
Electromagnetics

Electrical Engineering Syllabus for M.Tech Courses

Electrical Engineering
Circuit Theory Signal Systems Electrical Machines
Power Systems Control Systems Instrumentation
Electronic Devices and Circuits Power Electronics Field Theory
Engineering mathematics

Mechanical Engineering Syllabus for M.Tech Courses

Mechanical Engineering
Engineering Mechanics Mechanics of Materials Theory of Machines
Vibrations Machine Design Fluid Mechanics
Heat-Transfer Thermodynamics Applications
Engineering Materials Casting, Forming and Joining Processes Machining and Machine Tool Operations
Metrology and Inspection Computer Integrated Manufacturing Production Planning and Control
Inventory Control Operations Research

Food Technology Syllabus for M.Tech Courses

Food Technology
Introduction to Food Science Food Deterioration and its control Thermal Processing
Drying Physical chemistry of foods Low-Temperature Preservation
Waste Disposal and Sanitation Scope and development of food chemistry Carbohydrates
Proteins in foods Lipids in foods Minerals and vitamins in food
Overview of post-harvest technology Post-harvest handling operations Separation and Drying
Parboiling Milling Materials handling
Introduction to fruits and vegetable processing Commercial Canning of fruits and vegetables Jam, Jellies and Marmalades
Fruit beverages Pickles, chutneys, sauces, and tomato products Drying of Fruits and Vegetables
Introduction to food engineering Grinding and Mixing Fluid flow in food processing
Refrigeration and Freezing Heat and Mass Transfer Steam, Evaporation, and Dehydration
Meat composition and slaughtering Meat products & Tenderization of meat Poultry and egg processing
Handling and preservation of poultry and egg Structure, composition, and preservation  of fish Wheat
Rice Corn Pulses and Oilseed
Food safety and regulation

Ayurveda Syllabus for PG Science Courses

  • Dravyaguna
  • Pharmacognosy
  • Analysis

Agriculture Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Agriculture
Agronomy Entomology Plant Breeding & Genetics
Plant Pathology Soil Science & Agricultural Chemistry Horticulture
Biotechnology Plant Physiology Dairy Technology

Biochemistry Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Biochemistry
Components of diet Amino acid Protein
Enzymes and Coenzymes Fatty acids and vitamins Hormones
Nucleic acids Glycolysis, Gluconeogenesis The Citric Acid Cycle Water

Botany Syllabus for PG Science Courses

  • Morphology of root, stem, and leaf and their modifications.
  • Flower, inflorescence, seed, and fruits.
  • Development of male and female gametophytes, pollination, fertilization, and development of embryo.
  • Seed Germination, growth, and development.
  • Cell and cellular functions, tissues, anatomy of root, stem, and leaf of both monocot and dicots, secondary growth.
  • Elementary study of Plant Physiology.
  1. Structure of root hair, uptake of water and minerals root pressure, and transpiration.
  2. Structure of stomata, function, factors, and carbon assimilation.
  3. Translocation and storage of food materials.
  4. Respiration
  5. Mineral nutrition and metabolism
  6. Plant hormones and vitamins.
  • Plant taxonomy and elementary study of the following families:
  1. Brassicaceae (Cruciferae)
  2. Fabaceae (Leguminosae)
  3. Malvaceae
  4. Solanaceae
  5. Cucurbitaceae
  6. Asteraceae (compositae)
  • Poaceae (Gramineae)
  • Classification of plant kingdom. A brief study of the following groups/plants:
  1. Viruses
  2. Bacteria
  3. Spirogyra
  4. Mucor/Rhizopus
  5. Moss
  6. Fern
  7. Cycas
  • General characters of Algae, Fungi, Bryophytes, Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms, and Angiosperms. Heteromorphic alternation of generation.
  • Natural resources and their conservation; environment and pollution-air, water and soil community, ecosystem, pyramids, energy flow, mineral cycles, and succession.
  • Plant tissue culture, biotechnology and its applications.
  • Molecular Biology- DNA, RNA, Replication, Transcription, DNA damage, and repair.
  • Biochemistry with special reference to carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, enzymes, and metabolism.
  • Genetics- Mendel’s laws of inheritance, Linkage, Sex-linked inheritance, Cytoplasmic inheritance, Morgan’s work with Drosophila, Pedigree analysis, Hardy-Weinberg law,
  • Chromosomal theory of inheritance.
  • Plant Pathology - general features of plant diseases, general symptoms shown by pathogen-infected plants, special emphasis on diseases caused by fungi and bacteria in rice, wheat, potato, fruits, and vegetables.

Biotech Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Biotech
Recombinant DNA Technology Protein Structure and Engineering Genomics and Bioinformatics
Microbial Culture and Applications Plant Cell Culture and Applications Animal Cell Culture and Applications

Chemistry Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Section Topics
Physical Chemistry
  • Atomic and Molecular Structure
  • Theory of Gases
  • Solid-state
  • Chemical Thermodynamics – I
  • Chemical Thermodynamics – II
  • Chemical Equilibria – I
  • Chemical Equilibria – II
  • Phase Equilibria
  • Electrochemistry – I
  • Electrochemistry – II
  • Chemical Kinetics – I
  • Chemical Kinetics – II
  • Adsorption
  • Spectroscopy
Organic Chemistry
  • Basic Concepts in Organic Chemistry
  • Stereochemistry – I
  • Stereochemistry – II
  • Reaction Intermediates
  • Organic Reaction Mechanism and Synthetic Applications – I
  • Organic Reaction Mechanism and Synthetic Applications – II
  • Reagents in Organic Synthesis
  • Qualitative Organic Analysis
  • Natural Products Chemistry
  • Aromatic Chemistry
  • Heterocyclic Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry
  • Periodic Table
  • Chemical Bonding
  • Ionic Solids
  • Main Group Elements (s and p blocks
  • Transition Metals (d block)
  • Bonding theories of Coordination complexes
  • Organometallic chemistry
  • Bioinorganic Chemistry – I
  • Bioinorganic Chemistry – II
  • Instrumental Methods of Analysis – I
  • Instrumental Methods of Analysis – II
  • Analytical Chemistry – I
  • Analytical Chemistry - II

Microbiology Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Section Topics
General microbiology
  • History of Development of Microbiology
  • Equipment’s to Measure
  • Microorganism
  • Smear
  • Autoclave
  • Pasteurization
  • Culture
  • Prokaryotic Cell
  • Biosynthesis
  • Enzymes
  • Growth
  • Microbial Genetics
Industrial microbiology
  • Fermentation
  • By-Products
  • Thermo-Resistant Bacteria
  • Transgenic Animals
  • Antibiotic Producing Organisms, Cloning Vector
Food microbiology
  • Aflatoxins
  • Health Benefits and Microorganisms
  • Foodborne Pathogens
  • Germ Theory
  • Epidemiology
  • Infectious Cycle
  • Zoonotic
  • Control Measures to Break Infection
Immunology
  • Phagocytosis
  • Immunogenicity
  • Antibody
Advanced Microbiology
  • Agriculture Microbiology
  • Environment Microbiology
  • Bacteriology
  • Virology
  • Mycology

Mathematics Syllabus for PG Courses

Mathematics
Sequences and Series of Real Numbers Functions of One Real Variable Functions of Two or Three Real Variables
Integral Calculus Differential Equations Vector Calculus
Group Theory Linear Algebra Real Analysis

Pharmacy Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Pharmacy
Pharmaceutics Pharmaceutical Analysis Pharmacology
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry Medicinal Chemistry and Phytochemistry

Physiotherapy Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Physiotherapy
Anatomy Physiology Exercise Therapy
Electrotherapy Biomechanics Clinical Neurology
Clinical Orthopedics Clinical Cardiorespiratory Community-Based Rehabilitation
Pediatrics and Geriatrics Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research Methodology and Biostatistics
Physiotherapy  in orthopedic Conditions Physiotherapy  in Neurologic  Conditions Physiotherapy in Sports Medicine

Physics Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Physics
Mathematical Methods Mechanics and General Properties of Matter Oscillations, Waves and Optics
Electricity and Magnetism Kinetic theory, Thermodynamics Modern Physics
Solid State Physics, Devices and Electronics

Zoology Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Zoology
Ecology Mendelian Genetics Digestive system
Respiratory system Reproductive system Cardiac system
Properties of blood Central nervous system (CNS) Muscular system
Endocrine system Sensory system Body physiology
Developmental biology Vertebrate development Other aspects

Clinical Biochemistry Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Clinical Biochemistry
Basic concepts of Chemistry Water, Acids and Bases Carbohydrates
Lipids Proteins Enzymes
Nucleic acids Vitamins and Co-enzymes Hormones
Immunology

Clinical Microbiology Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Clinical Microbiology
Introduction to general microbiology Microscopy Sterilization
Antiseptics and Disinfectants Classification of Microbes Morphological Classification of Bacteria
Growth and Nutrition of Microbes Culture Media Antibiotics susceptibility testing
Immunology

Environmental Sciences Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Environmental Sciences
Structure and composition of earth Earth processes Atmospheric chemistry
Water chemistry Geochemistry Cell Structure and Functions
Bio-geochemical Cycles Theories of Evolution Genetics
Plant Systematics Animal Systematics Anatomy and Physiology of Human
Biosphere and its Organizational Levels Structure and types of Ecosystem Food Chain and Energy Flow
Population and Community Ecosystem Biodiversity Conservation
Principles of Microbiology Protein Structure Pathogenic Organisms
Structure of DNA and Chromosome DNA Replication Mutation
Recombinant DNA Technology Application of Biotechnology Natural Resources
Energy Recovery Air Pollution Water Pollution
Soil Pollution Noise pollution Solid Waste Management
Ozone Layer Depletion Global Warming and Climate Change Acid Rain and Smog
Sustainable Development Environmental Acts Environmental Impact Assessment
Society and Environment

Forensic Science Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Section Topics
Forensic Science Definition, History & Development, Scope, Ethics in Forensic Science
Physical Evidence Nature, Types, Search methods, Chain of Custody
Crime Scene Nature, Types
Criminal Investigations Unnatural deaths, Criminal assaults, Sexual offences, Poisoning, Vehicular accidents
Courts Types, Powers and Jurisdiction, Provisions in Cr.P.C. 1973 & Indian Evidence Act relating to experts & their reports; Court Procedures pertaining to Expert Testimony & Witness
Fundamental Rights Right of Equality (Articles 14 to 18) and Right of Freedom (Articles 19 to 22) as per the Constitution of India
Instrumental Techniques Basics, Principles, Instrumentation and Applications of Microscopy, Spectrophotometry, Neutron Activation Analysis, X – rays and X-ray based techniques such as XRD, XRF, Mass Spectroscopy, Chromatographic Techniques: TLC, GLC, HPLC, HPTLC, Hyphenated Techniques: GC-MS, LC-MS, IR-MS, Electrophoresis: High and Low voltage electrophoresis, Immunoelectrophoresis,  Immunoassays
Detection and Identification Of Bloodstains, Determination of Species of Origin, Blood Group Systems, Techniques of Determination of Blood groups of Blood Stains, Detection of Seminal and other body fluids and their Blood Grouping, Red cells Enzymes, Serum Proteins of forensic significance, Disputed Paternity & Maternity
 DNA Structure, DNA as Genetic Marker, DNA Extraction and Profiling Techniques, DNA Phenotyping and RNA Profiling & their applications
Analysis of Ethyl alcohol in beverages, liquors, biological fluids and breath, Analysis of Methanol and Denaturants, Illicit liquors
Concept of Velocity, Penetration, and Projectile motion
Explosives Definition, Types, and Analyses
Photography Types, Application in Criminal Investigation
Nature, type, and structure of Hair & Fibers, Pollens and Diatoms: Their Application in Forensic Investigation, Dust & Soil, Paint, Lacquer & Varnishes and Glass
Basics of statistics Mean, Median, Mode, Probability

Statistics and Data Analytics Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Section Topics
Mathematics
  • Sequences and Series
  • Differential Calculus
  • Integral Calculus
  • Matrices
Statistics
  • Basic Statistics
  • Probability
  • Random Variables
  • Standard Distributions
  • Sampling Distributions
  • Testing of Hypotheses

Nutrition and Dietetics Syllabus for PG Science Courses

Nutrition and Dietetics
Human Nutrition – Energy Human Nutrition – Carbohydrate and Protein Human Nutrition – Lipids
Human Nutrition – Minerals Human Nutrition – Vitamins Human Nutrition – Water Balance
Basic Principles of Meal Planning Nutrition Needs During Pregnancy Nutrition Needs During Lactation
Nutrition During Infancy Weaning Foods Nutritional Needs of Preschool Children-(1-5 years)
Nutritional Needs of School Going Children Nutritional needs During Adolescence Nutritional needs During Adulthood
Nutritional needs During Old Age Objectives of diet therapy Different types of feeding
Energy modifications and nutritional care for weight management Identification of underweight Diet in relation to deficiency disease
Diseases of the gastrointestinal tract Modifications of diet in infection Modification of diets in surgery and allergy
Concept of community health and major nutritional deficiency disorders Malnutrition and its effects Food:- Benefits and fads
Assessment of nutritional status Nutrition education:- Planning and method Hazards to community health and nutritional status
Nutrition-related programs Introduction to maternal and child health and nutrition (MCHN) Maternal and child nutrition situation in India
Adolescent nutrition and health Reproductive health Management of Personnel in Food Service Organization
Food Management Space Organization Equipment
Hygiene and Sanitation

Economics Syllabus for PG Courses

Economics
Microeconomics Macroeconomics Statistical Methods and Quantitative Techniques
Indian Economy Public Finance Economics of development

Commerce Syllabus for PG Courses

Section Topics
Accountancy
  • Accounting
  • Accounting for Partnership Firms
  • Corporate Accounting
Cost Accounting
  • Elements of Cost. Classification of costs
  • Statement of Cost
  • Material
  • Standard Costing
  • Marginal Costing
  • Allocation and Absorption of overheads
Management Accounting
  • Nature and Scope
  • Tools of Financial Analysis
  • Ratio Analysis
  • Cash Flow statement
Financial Management
  • Finance & Financial Management
  • Cost of Capital and Capital Structure decisions
  • Dividend Policy
  • Capital Budgeting
  • Working Capital Management
Business Economics
  • Introduction to Micro  and Macro Economics
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Price elasticity of Demand and its Measurement
  • Concept of Production Function
  • Concept of Cost and Revenue
  • Determination of Price
  • Determination of Income and Employment
Business Management
  • Management
  • Organising
  • Staffing
  • Direction
  • Communication
  • Motivation
  • Leadership
  • Control
Business Statistics
  • Introduction to Statistics
  • Measures of Central Tendency
  • Mode Measures of Dispersion
  • Correlation Analysis
  • Simple Regression Analysis
  • Sampling and Sampling Techniques
Business Laws
  • Indian Contract Act,1872
  • Sale of Goods Act,1930
Companies Act,2013
  • Introduction To Company and Kinds of Companies
  • Formation of A Company
  • Company Administration: Key Managerial Personnel
  • Corporate Meetings
  • Takeover and acquisitions of minority interest
  • Winding up: Concept – modes of winding up – who can apply – procedures under different modes
Income Tax Laws
  • Basic Concepts
  • Residence and Scope of Total Income, Incomes which do not form part of Total Income Salaries
  • Capital Gains
  • Income from Other Sources
  • Deductions from Gross Total Income
  • Tax Deduction at Source

Journalism & Film Production Syllabus for PG Courses

Journalism & Film Production
Reporting News and TV Journalism Basics of Internet
Social Networking Sites as Infocom Tool Web Page Development History of Film
Genres of The Film Cinema in World Pre and Post - Independence Journalism in India
History of Radio and Television Elements and Models of Communication Theories of Mass Communication
Introduction to Communication Role of the Mass Media International Relation
Advertising and Printing Mass Communication Theories Introduction to International System
History of Media International History of Media Basic History of Cinema Aesthetics of Pre Production Stage Plot, Script Writing, Screenplay, Production Design
Aesthetics of Production Stage Camera Shots, Camera Angles, Camera Movements, Direction Basics, Cinematography Basics Aesthetics of Post Production Stage Basic Editing Information, Basic Sound Information, Basic Sound Design Information.

Computer Science/Computer Application Syllabus for PG Courses

Section Topics
Databases
  • Keys
  • Normalization
  • SQL Basic commands
  • basics of backup and recovery
Programming
  • Basics of C-Language
  • Basics of OOPS
  • Arrays
  • Stacks
  • Pointers
  • Inorder
  • Preorder
  • Postorder
  • Binary Trees
  • Linked Lists
  • Searching and sorting
System Architecture
  • Number conversions
  • Microprocessor architecture
  • Register
  • ALU
  • RISC/CISC
  • Hardware Knowledge
Software Engineering
  • Basics of OS, Basics of UML
  • Prototyping
  • Deadlocks
  • RAD Model
  • SDLC
  • Complexity
  • Testing and Maintenance
Networks
  • OSI
  • TCP/IP
  • Networking devices
  • IPv4/IPv6
  • Error detection and correction

English (Literature) Syllabus for PG Courses

Unit No Section Topics
Unit 1 Literary Terms
  • Style
  • Simile
  • Metaphor
  • Plot
  • Character
  • Hero
  • Protagonist
  • Antagonist
  • Verse
  • Prose
  • Drama
  • Novel
  • Ballad
  • Elegy
  • Ode
  • Sonnet
Unit 2 Literary Movements
  • Symbolism
  • Modernism
  • Feminism
  • Postmodernism
  • Romanticism
  • Realism
  • Existentialism
Unit 3 The Prologue to Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Knight
  • Monk
  • The Wife of Bath
  • The Host
  • Social Relevance
Unit 4 William Shakespeare
  • Popular Works
  • Shakespearean Sonnet
  • The Merchant of Venice
Unit 5 Romantic & Victorian Literature
  • William Wordsworth: “Daffodils”, “She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways”
  • Charles Dickens: Great Expectations
Unit 6 Modern and Contemporary literature
  • W.B.Yeats: “The Wild Swans at Coole”
  • Rabindranath Tagore: “Where the Mind is Without Fear”
  • R.K.Narayan: Swami and Friends

Geography Syllabus for PG Courses

Geography
Earth’s interior, rocks, and mass movements Geomorphic agents and processes Methods of showing relief and weather data
Map Projections Remote Sensing and GIS in cartography Atmospheric Temperature, moisture, and precipitation
Atmospheric pressure and winds Climate classifications - Koppen’s Distribution of temperature and salinity of oceans and seas
Circulation of oceanic waters World’s distribution of population Industrial development and Indian economy
Regional disparity; poverty, population explosion, globalization Classification of resources Emerging environmental issues
Fauna and flora of different ecosystem Salient features of human settlements Basics of regionalization
Natural and Cultural regions Classification of industries

History Syllabus for PG Courses

History
Ancient History of India Medieval History of India Modern History of India

Multimedia & Animation Syllabus for PG Courses

Multimedia & Animation
Foundation Art Communication Concepts Visual Communication
Computer Fundamentals Computer Graphics

Planning Syllabus for PG Courses

Planning
Planning Legislation Urban Management Landscape Planning
Urban infrastructure Public-Private Partnership Urban Finance
Urban issues and current trends Law of demand and supply of land and its use in planning Settlement Geography
Types of plans Planning Techniques and Management Planning History and Theory
Transport Planning Urban Design and Conservation Application of G.I.S and Remote Sensing techniques in urban and regional planning
Decision support system and Land Information System Disaster Risk Mitigation and Management Planned and Unplanned Settlements
Housing

Political Science Syllabus for PG Courses

Section Topics
Introduction
  • Meaning
  • Nature
  • Scope
  • Significance of political Science
Western Political thought
  • Plato
  • Aristotle
  • Social contract theories
  • Utilitarianism
  • Nicholas Machiavelli
  • Marxism
  • Socialism
  • Feminism
Political theories
  • Key Concepts in Political Theory
  • Contemporary trends in Political Theory
Indian Political Thought
  • The Indian Renaissance
  • Gandhian Thought
  • Ambedkar
  • Periyar
  • Nehru
International relations
  • Theories of International Politics
  • Emerging Issues (Human Rights,
  • Environmentalism, Terrorism, Democratic expansion)
  • NAM
  • Look east and Act east policy
  • India and the UN
  • Regional organisations
Indian constitution
  • Preamble
  • Fundamental rights
  • Directive principles of state policy
  • Judiciary
  • Executive
  • Legislature
Comparative politics
  • Approaches to the study of comparative politics
  • Difference between comparative government and politics
  • Theories of State
  • Classifications of governments
  • Typology of states
  • Democracy

Psychology Syllabus for PG Courses

Psychology
Introduction Methods of Psychology Basics of Psychology
Psychological Disorders Social Psychology

Public Administration Syllabus for PG Courses

Public Administration
Introduction Evolution of public administration Principles of Organization
Theories approaches of Public Administration Civil Services in India Public Financial Administration
Indian Administration

Sociology Syllabus for PG Courses

Sociology
Sociological Perspectives Research method in sociology Sociology in India
Sociology of development Industrial Sociology Sociology and Gender

Education Syllabus for PG Courses

Education
Education Meaning and Nature Types of Education Aims and Objectives, Instructional Objectives NPE 1987, POA 1992 Constitutional Provisions in the Context of Education
Learning and Its Characteristics Factors Influencing Learning Techniques of Enhancing Learner’s Motivation Type of Motivation Maslow Theory of Motivation
Transfer of Learning-Concept and Types Learning Theories - Trial And Error Theory Learning Theories - Classical Conditioning Learning Theories - Operant Conditioning Learning Theories - Learning by Insight
Intelligence Nature and Characteristics Theories of Intelligence Two Factor Theory and Multifactor Theory Theories of Intelligence Gardner Multiple Intelligence Theory Growth and Development Meaning, Nature, Principles Education in India during the Vedic Period
Education in India during Buddhist Period Education in India during Medieval Period Personality Definition, Meaning, and Nature Personality Methods of Assessing Theories of Personality
Phases of Teaching Principles & Maxims of Teaching Concept of Teaching and Differences among Conditioning, Training, Instruction and Indoctrination Bloom’s Taxonomy of Instructional Objectives Meaning & Significance of Lesson Planning
Concept of Exceptional Children Inclusive Education Meaning, Nature, Need, Aims and Objectives Learning Disability Meaning, Characteristics, and Types Identification and General Classroom Adaptations for Students with Orthopedic Impairment Identification and General Classroom Adaptations for Students with Visual Impairment
Identification and General Classroom Adaptations for Students with Hearing Impairment Identification and General Classroom Adaptations for Students with Speech Impairment Universalization of Elementary Education (Right To Education, Sara Siksha Abhiyan), Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan Formative Assessment, Summative Assessment, Types of Tests Assessment for Learning, Assessment of Learning, Assessment as Learning

Physical Education Syllabus for PG Courses

Unit Topics
Unit 1 Health and Nutrition
Unit 2 History of Physical Education
Unit 3 Test, Measurement, and Evaluation
Unit 4 Curriculum Design and Pedagogy
Unit 5 Management In Physical Education & Sports
Unit 6 Physiology of Exercise
Unit 7 Kinesiology and Biomechanics
Unit 8 Sports Training
Unit 9 Management - Its Principles and Theories
Unit 10 Research In Physical Education

Music for Syllabus PG Courses

Music
Khayal, Dharupad,Tarana,Tappa, Thumri Shabad, Bhajan, Chaturang, Folk Song, Teen Taal, Keharva Taal Sangeet Ratnakar, Sangeet Parijaat, Sangeet Makrand, Sangeet Roop, Geet Govind, Maan Kotuhal Sool Taal, Chautaal, Panchamsavari Bhairav, Bhairavi, Yaman, Bhupali, Bhihag.
Gharanas of Music Ajoy Charavarti, Ustad Alla Rakha Khan, Pt. Ravishankar,Shiv Kumar Sharma Swar, Andolan Salient Features of Time Theory Vadi, Samvadi. Anuvadi, Vivadi, Varjit Swar
Tali, Khali, Avartan, Meend Gamak, Murki, Khatka Defination of Basic Elements In Music - Naad, Shruti, Swar, Saptak, Thata 72 Thaat System of Pt. Vyankatmukhi Raga, Alpatav, Bahutav, Jati, Trivat
Ancient Period of Indian Music Tanpura and Sahayak Nada Music in Ramayan and Mahabharat Jaunpuri, Bhimplasi, Madhmadh Sarang, Kafi Karnataka Music
Dance Form India Rabindra Music Indian Institute of Music Percussion Instruments Tala System of Indian Music
Technical Terms Percussion Music Laya, Tala and Its Parts, Avartan Tukra, Mukhra, Tihayi, Vibhag, Sam Maru Bihag, Miya Ki Todi, Deshkar, Kedar, Malhar Tanpura and Its Types Bilaskhanitodi, Bhairav, Ragesgwari, Shudhsarang
Merits and Demerits of Music, Alapti Gan Girija Devi, Badegulam Ali Khan Pt. Suresh Talvalkar, Zakir Husain Moorchhana Folk Instruments of North India
Folk Dances of India Instruments of Indian Natyashastra Chapter 28, 29 Musical Granths Pt. Bhim Sen Joshi, Prabha Atre, Pt. Jasraj

Fashion Design Syllabus for PG Courses

Unit Topics
Unit 1 Introduction to Fashion and Design
Unit 2 Fashion Retailing and Merchandising
Unit 3 Textile Science I (Fibers, Yarn, Fabric)
Unit 4 Textile Science II (Wet Processing In Textile Industry)
Unit 5 Garment Construction and Pattern Making

Interior & Product Design Syllabus for PG Courses

Interior & Product Design
Design Elements Scale and Proportions Principles of Design Inspirational Design Proportion
Animal & Birds Product Design Human Features Logical Reasoning Perspective types and usage
Geometrical and Design Exercise Placement of different figures proportionally Still life drawing Eye levels and symmetrical drawing concepts Object drawings from everyday life
Gradation Chart Anatomy Proportion and Division Study of Object Human Body Knowledge Poster
Logo Character designing Basics of materials and manufacturing processes Compositions Law of symmetry
Drawing ability and skills Drawing of human figures of different postures actions and age groups Creative Writing Skills Design concept Sketching
Problem identification & solving Metamorphosis Study of Objects and Lateral Thinking Basics of Drawings - Lines & Shapes Design Elements
Scale and Proportions Light & Shadow Representation Techniques Colour Rendering and Design

Fine Arts Syllabus for PG Courses

Fine Arts
History of Indian art Indian aesthetics History of western arts
Western aesthetics Drawing Painting
Sculpture Printmaking Photography
Advertising & Design Current affairs Important books
Methods and Material Elements and design History of advertising
History of photography

Punjabi Syllabus for PG Courses

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Hotel Management Syllabus For PG Courses

Hotel Management
Attitude External Awareness Customer Experience
Communication Influence Accountability
Interpersonal Skills Leadership Adaptability
Stress Management Results-Oriented Conflict Resolution
Initiative Customer Acquisition Creative Thinking
Professionalism Change Management Environment
Sustainability Ethics

Constitutional Law Syllabus for LL.M.

Constitutional Law
Preamble Nature Citizenship
Fundamental rights Fundamental Duties Union and state executives
Judiciary Tribunal Elections
Emergency and Amendment of Constitution

Jurisprudence Syllabus for LL.M.

Jurisprudence Syllabus
Nature Administration of Justice Sources
Legal Concepts rights ownership
Possession Person Titles
Liability Law of Property and Obligation

Other law Subjects for LL.M.

Other law Subjects
Law of Torts Family Law Labour Law
Public International law Indian Penal Code Law of Contracts
Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Company Law Cyber Law and Environment Law

Courses Offered by LPUNEST 2021

STREAM COURSES
Engineering
Management
  • BBA
  • BBA (Hons.)
  • Integrated BBA - MBA
  • BBA (Financial Markets)
  • BBA (International Finance)
  • BBA (Information Technology)
  • MBA
  • Specialized MBA
  • BBA [Lateral Entry]
Law
Hotel Management
  • B.Sc. (Hotel Management)
  • Bachelor of Hotel Mgt. and Catering Technology (BHMCT)
  • B.Sc. (Airlines, Tourism and Hospitality)
  • BBA (Tourism and Hospitality)
  • BBA (Airlines and Airport management)
  • B.Sc. (Hotel Management) [Lateral Entry]
  • Bachelor of Hotel Mgt and Catering Technology (BHMCT) [Lateral Entry]
  • B.Sc. (Airlines, Tourism and Hospitality) [Lateral Entry]
Design
  • B.Design
  • B.Sc.(Design)
  • M.Design
  • M.Sc. (Design)
  • B.Design [Lateral Entry]
  • B.Sc.(Design) [Lateral Entry]
Medical Laboratory Sciences
  • B.Sc. (Medical Lab. Technology)
  • M.Sc. (Clinical Microbiology)
  • M.Sc. (Clinical Biochemistry)
  • B.Sc (Medical Lab. Technology) [Lateral Entry]
Agriculture
  • B.Sc. (Hons.)
  • M.Sc. Ag. Programs
Pharmaceutical/Ayurvedic Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • B.Pharm.
  • M.Pharm.
  • M.Pharm. (Ayurveda)
  • B.Pharm. [Lateral Entry]
  • B. Pharm. (Ayurveda) [Lateral Entry]
Journalism and Film Production
  • B.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication)
  • M.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication)
  • B.Sc. (Film and TV Production)
  • M.Sc. (Film and TV Production)
Science
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Biotechnology
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Microbiology
  • B.Sc. (Forensic Sciences)
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Food Technology
  • B.Sc (Nutrition and Dietetics)
  • M.Sc. (Hons.) Physics
  • M.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry
  • M.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics
  • M.Sc. (Hons.) Botany
  • M.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology
  • M.Sc. (Hons.) Biotechnology
  • M.Sc. (Hons.) Microbiology
  • M.Sc. (Hons.) Bioinformatics
  • M.Sc. (Forensic Sciences)
  • M.Sc. (Food Science and Technology)
  • M.Sc. (Nutrition and Dietetics)
  • M.Sc. (Statistics and Data Analytics)
Physiotherapy
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)
  • MPT
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) [Lateral Entry]
Commerce and Economics
  • B.Com.
  • B.Com. (Hons.)
  • B.Com. (Management Accounting and International Finance)
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Economics
  • M.Com.
  • M.Sc. (Hons.) Economics
  • B.Com. [Lateral Entry]
Architecture and Planning
Computer Applications
  • BCA
  • BCA (Hons.)
  • B.Sc. (Computer Science)
  • B.Sc. (Information Technology)
  • MCA
  • MCA (Hons.)
  • M.Sc. (Computer Science)
  • M.Sc. (Information Technology)
  • BCA [Lateral Entry]
  • B.Sc. (Information Technology) [Lateral Entry]
Education
  • Integrated B.A. - B.Ed.
  • Integrated B.Sc. - B.Ed.
  • B.Ed.
  • M.Ed.
  • Integrated B.Ed. - M.Ed.
Ph.D.

Scholarship Courses Offered by LPUNEST 2021

STREAM COURSES
Engineering
  • Diploma (Engineering)
  • Dual program Diploma (Engineering) - B.Tech.
  • Diploma (Engineering) [Lateral Entry]
Management
  • Diploma in Business Administration
Hotel Management
  • M.Sc. (Hotel Management)
Medical Laboratory Sciences
  • Diploma in Medical Lab. Technology (DMLT)
M.Sc.
  • M.Sc. (Geography)
Architecture and Planning
  • Diploma in Architectural Assistantship
  • Diploma in Architectural Assistantship [Lateral Entry]
Education
  • M.A. (Education)
Physical Education
  • B.Sc. (Health and Physical Education)
  • Bachelor of Physical Education & Sports (BPES)
  • B.P.Ed.
  • M.P.Ed.
Performing Arts
  • B.A. (Theatre)
  • BPA (Music Vocal)
  • B.A. (Music Vocal)
  • BPA (Theatre)
  • M.A. (Music Vocal)
Fine Arts
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
  • B.A. (Fine Arts)
  • Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Psychology
  • M.A. (Psychology)
  • M.A. (Clinical Psychology)
B.A./M.A.
  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
  • B.A. (Hons.)
  • M.A. (English)
  • M.A. (Hindi)
  • M.A. (Punjabi)
  • M.A. (History)
  • M.A. (Political Science)
  • M.A. (Public Administration)
  • M.A. (Sociology)
Library Science
  • Diploma in Library and Information Sciences
  • Bachelor of Library and Information Sciences (B. Lib. I.Sc.)
  • Master of Library and Information Sciences (M. Lib. I.Sc.)

LPUNEST 2021 Exam Centers

LPUNEST Exam 2021 is going to be held at 193 Exam Centres in 32 cities in India. Tabulated below is the list of exam centers candidates can choose from according to their ease at the time of registration.

States Exam Cities
Andaman & Nicobar
  • Port Blair
Andhra Pradesh
  • Anantapur
  • Bhimavaram
  • Eluru
  • Guntur
  • Kadapa
  • Kakinada
  • Kurnool
  • Nellore
  • Ongole
  • Rajahmundry
  • Srikakulam
  • Tadepalligudem
  • Tirupathi
  • Vijayawada
  • Visakhapatnam
  • Vizianagaram
Arunachal Pradesh
  • Itanagar
Assam
  • Dibrugarh
  • Guwahati
  • Jorhat
  • Silchar
Bihar
  • Begusarai
  • Bhagalpur
  • Chapra
  • Darbhanga
  • Gaya
  • Muzaffarpur
  • Patna
  • Purnea
  • Siwan
Chandigarh
  • Chandigarh
Chattisgarh
  • Bhilai
  • Bilaspur
  • Korba
  • Raipur
  • Rajnandgaon
Goa
  • Margao
  • Panaji
Gujarat
  • Ahmedabad
  • Changa
  • Gandhidham
  • Rajkot
  • Surat
  • Vadodara
Haryana
  • Ambala
  • Bhiwani
  • Faridabad
  • Gurugram
  • Hisar
  • Jagadhri
  • Karnal
  • Kurukshetra
  • Panipat
  • Rohtak
  • Sirsa
  • Sonipat
  • Yamunanagar
Himachal Pradesh
  • Bilaspur
  • Dharamshala
  • Hamirpur
  • Mandi
  • Palampur
  • Shimla
  • Chamba
  • Solan
Jammu & Kashmir
  • Jammu
  • Srinagar
Jharkhand
  • Bokaro
  • Dhanbad
  • Hazaribagh
  • Jamshedpur
  • Ranchi
Karnataka
  • Belgaum
  • Bellary
  • Bengaluru
  • Mangalore
  • Mysore
Kerala
  • Aluva
  • Cochin
  • Ernakulam
  • Kannur
  • Kollam
  • Kottayam
  • Kozhikode
  • Malappuram
  • Palakkad
  • Thiruvananthapuram
  • Thrissur
Madhya Pradesh
  • Bhopal
  • Gwalior
  • Indore
  • Jabalpur
  • Ratlam
  • Rewa
  • Satna
  • Singrauli
  • Vidisha
Maharashtra
  • Aurangabad
  • Jalgaon
  • Kolhapur
  • Mumbai
  • Nagpur
  • Nashik
  • Navi Mumbai
  • Pune
  • Sangli
  • Thane
Manipur
  • Imphal
Mizoram
  • Aizawl
Nagaland
  • Dimapur
  • Kohima
New Delhi
  • Delhi
Orissa
  • Balasore
  • Berhampur
  • Bhubaneswar
  • Cuttack
  • Keonjhar
  • Rourkela
  • Sambalpur
Puducherry
  • Pondicherry
Punjab
  • Abohar
  • Amritsar
  • Bathinda
  • Lpu (Jalandhar)
  • Ludhiana
  • Mohali
  • Pathankot
  • Patiala
  • Sangrur
Rajasthan
  • Alwar
  • Bikaner
  • Jaipur
  • Jodhpur
  • Sikar
  • Sri Ganganagar
  • Udaipur
Sikkim
  • Gangtok
Tamil Nadu
  • Chennai
  • Coimbatore
  • Dindigul
  • Erode
  • Madurai
  • Nagercoil
  • Salem
  • Tirunelveli
  • Trichy
  • Vellore
Telangana
  • Hyderabad
  • Karimnagar
  • Khammam
  • Nalgonda
  • Nizamabad
  • Secunderabad
  • Warangal
Tripura
  • Agartala
Uttar Pradesh
  • Agra
  • Aligarh
  • Allahabad
  • Amroha
  • Azamgarh
  • Bareilly
  • Bijnor
  • Faizabad
  • Ghaziabad
  • Gonda
  • Gorakhpur
  • Greater Noida
  • Jaunpur
  • Jhansi
  • Kanpur
  • Lucknow
  • Mathura
  • Meerut
  • Moradabad
  • Muzaffarnagar
  • Noida
  • Raebareli
  • Saharanpur
  • Shahjahanpur
  • Sitapur
  • Varanasi
Uttarakhand
  • Dehradun
  • Haldwani
  • Haridwar
  • Roorkee
  • Rudrapur
West Bengal
  • Asansol
  • Durgapur
  • Kharagpur
  • Kolkata
  • Malda
  • Siliguri

FAQ Concerning LPUNEST 2021

Q1. Will LPUNEST 2021 be conducted offline?

A1. No, LPUNEST 2021 will be conducted in online mode only.

Q2. Are the fees refundable?

A2. No, the fee is non-refundable.

Q3. Can I receive the application form for the LPUNEST through the offline mode?

A3. You can obtain LPUNEST Kit from University Campus/Camp Offices or any other authorized place.

Q4. What are the eligibility criteria for the LPU NEST scholarship?

A4. Top 35% of candidates appeared in LPUNEST 2021 will get scholarship up to INR 1 lac per annum.

Q5. I have completed my B.Tech in mechanical last year and I want to do an M.Des in Product.

A5. Yes, you are eligible for this course provided you have scored at least 60% aggregate in your UG degree. Eligible students will then have to appear in an entrance exam conducted by the university to get shortlisted for merit.

Best wishes to all the LPUNEST 2021 aspirants from the CollegeMarg Team!

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