(a) You need to have qualified the secondary school education from the Tripura Board of School Education.
(b) Candidate must have passed / appeared / due to appear in the year of Joint Entrance Examination at the Higher Secondary Examination of Tripura Board of Secondary Education / Central Board of Secondary Education or equivalent examination with the subjects in which he / she desires to appear at the Joint Entrance Examination. The Minimum qualifying marks for the eligibility for TBJEE 2017 Exam will be 50% for General Category and 45% for SC/ST/OBC of the Tripura state.
(c)You should belong to the Tripura State for applying to this joint entrance examination. Candidate must be a permanent resident of Tripura and either the candidate or his/her parent must have been residing in the state of Tripura continuously for not less than 10 (ten) years immediately prior to the date of making application for appearing at the Joint Entrance Examination, Permanent Resident of Tripura Certificate of parent (s) of the candidate who has been studying / studied outside of Tripura must be submitted.
(d)You need to be 17 years of age till the December 31 of the year of the admission.
(e)Candidate must be a citizen of India.
(f) Children of All India Services Officers borne in Manipur-Tripura cadre and the children of the employees of State Government posted outside of Tripura will be eligible to appear at the examination irrespective of their prior stay in Tripura.
(g) In case of Ward of Ex-Serviceman, either the candidate or his/her parents must have been staying in Tripura continuously for not less than 5 (five) years immediately prior to the date of making application for appearing at the Joint Entrance Examination and the candidate must have passed or appeared / due to appear at the H.S.(+ 2) Examination or equivalent in the year Joint Entrance Examination from any institution of Tripura with subjects in which he/she desires to appear at the Joint Entrance Examination. Children of serving defence personnel (Army / Navy / Air Force) hailing from Tripura are also eligible to appear at the Tripura Joint Entrance Examination provided that their children should have stayed in Tripura continuously for not less than 5 (five) years immediately prior to the date of making application for appearing at the Joint Entrance Examination of Tripura and that the candidate must have passed or appeared / due to appear at the H.S.Examination or equivalent Examination in the year of Joint Entrance Examination from any institution of Tripura with subjects in which he / she desires to appear at the Joint Entrance Examination.
(h) If a candidate is allotted a seat in the past inside or outside the State on the basis of the result of Joint Entrance Examination he/she shall not be eligible to appear at the Joint Entrance Examination this year or subsequent year unless he/she surrendered the allotted seat in writing within specific time to the appropriate authority. However, if any amendment / change is / are made after issue of this Notification, the same shall be notified as per procedure.
Exam Duration2 Hours
Results2nd Jul 2017
SYLLABUS FOR PHYSICS. Full Marks - 100. Each Module Carries 10 marks
MODULE - 1 Unit of measurement, System of units, S.I. units, Fundamental and derived units, Dimensional Analysis. Composition and resolution of vectors, Rectangular components in
two & three dimensions, Unit vector, Representation of vectors in term of co-ordinates, Addition & Subtraction of vectors, Multiplication of vectors - scalar product &
vector product. Uniformaly accelerated motion, Velocity - time graph Position-time graph, Kinematical equations in one dimension. Centre of mass, Centre of gravity,
Conditions of equilibrium of a system of forces, Moment of a force about a point and an axis, couple, torque. Newton’s laws of motion, Inertial fraame, Impulse &
impulsive forces. Conservation of linear momentum, Static and kinetic friction, Projectile motion. Rotational motion of a particle, Angular momentum and conservation
of angular momentum, Moment of inertia, Relation between Torque, Angular momentum, Moment of inertia & Angular acceleration, Rotational kinetic energy, Centripetal
force & centrifugal force. Work, energy & power ; Conservative and non-conservative force ; Elastic collision in one dimension.
MODULE - 2 Laws of gravitation, Gravitational field & potential ; Acceleration due to gravity and its variation with altitude, depth & rotation of earth ; Escape velocity,
Kepler’s laws of planetary motion (rigorous proof is not required), Geostationary satellite. Elasticity, Elastic behaviour, Hooke’s Law of elasticity, Elastic module,
Poisson’s ratio, Elastic Energy. Pascal’s law, Principle of multiplication of thrust & its application, Hydraulic press. Archimedes’ principle and its application,
Atmospheric pressure, Torricelli’s Expt., Fortin’s Barometer. Surface energy and surface tension, Capillarity, Streamline and turbulent motion, Newton’s law of viscous
force, Coefficient of viscosity, Stoke’s law, Terminal velocity, Bernoulli’s Principle (statement only) and its simple application.
MODULE - 3 Simple Harmonic Motion, Differential equation of S.H.M. & its solution, Energy in S.H.M.,Time period of simple pendulum, Superposition of two S.H.M.,’s (analytical
treatment), Free, forced & damped vibrations (qualitative idea only), Resonance.Elastic waves - longitudinal and transverse waves, Progressive waves. Superposition of
waves : beats ; stationary waves - vibration of strings & air columns. Doppler effect in sound propagation (effect of medium excluded), Sound wave as longitudinal
elastic wave, Velocity of sound wave, Newton’s formula and Laplace’s correction, Dependence of velocity of sound in a medium on temperature, pressure, density and
MODULE - 4 Thermal expansion of solids, Relation among coefficients of linear, superficial and cubical expansion of solids, Applications of expansion of solids, Thermal expansion
of liquids, Relation between expansion coefficients. Colorimetry, Change of state, Latent heat. Conduction, convection and radiation, Thermal conductivity,
Thermometric conductivity, Black body ratiation, Stefan’s law, Newton’s law of cooling (statement and qualitative explanation only.) Mean free path, Mean, rms speed
and most probable speed, Pressure of an ideal gas ; Charle’s law, Boyle’s law, Avogadro’s law & pressure law from Kinetic theory of gases, Kinetic energy of molecules,
Kinetic interpretation of temperature.First law of Thermodynamics, Thermodynamic variables, Isothermal and Adiabatic expansions of gases, reversible and irreversible
processes, Specific heats of gases at constant pressure and at constant volume and relation between them.
MODULE - 5 Reflection of light, Spherical mirrors, Mirror formula, linear magnification (formula). Refraction at plane surface, Total internal reflection, Critical angle,
Relation between refractive index and critical angle, optical fibre, Total reflecting prism, Refraction and dispersion of light through prism. Thin lenses - concave
and convex, lens formula, power of a lens, lens maker’s formula (deduction is not required), two thin lenses in contact. Simple and compound microscope, Astronomical
telescope (simple construction as a combination of coaxial lenses and ray diagram showing final image formation) Magnifying power. Human eye - defects of vision and
corrections. Wave front and Huygen’s principle, Reflection and Refraction of a plane wave front at a plane surface on the basis of Huygen’s Principle, Interference of
light. Young’s double slit experiment and expression for fringe width, coherent sources.
MODULE - 6 Coulomb’s law in electrostatics, Electric field intensity and potential and their relation, Electric dipole, Electric field due to a dipole, Dipole moment, Electric
flux, Gauss’ theorem in electrostatics (statement only) and its application to find electric field intensity due to uniformly charged infinitely long thin straight
wire and uniformly charged thin spherical shell (field inside & outside). Capacitance, Principle of capacitor, Capacitance of parallel plate capacitor, series &
parallel combination of capacitors, energy stored in capacitor, sharing of charges & loss of energy. Coulomb’s law in magnetism, Magnetic field intensity due to a
magnetic dipole (short bar magnet) at a point on its axis and on the perpendicular bisector of the axis; Torque on a magnetic dipole in a uniform magnetic field,
Current loop as a magnetic dipole and magnetic dipole moment. Properties of magnetic material, permeability & susceptibility, dia, para & ferromagnetic materials &
their uses. Magnetic field of earth, Elements of the earth’s magnetic field.
MODULE - 7 Drift velocity and mobility of charge carrier through metallic conductor and their relation with electric current, Ohm’s law, Resistance of conductor, Factors
influencing resistance, Temperature coefficient of resistance, Resistivity, Combination of resistors, Internal resistance of a cell and circuit equation, Combinations
of cells. Kirchhoff’s law and simple applications, Wheatstone bridge principle, Meter bridge (with application for the determination of unknown resistance), Principle
and applications of potentiometer. Joule’s law on heating effect of current, Electrical method of determination of ‘J’, electric power, B.O.T. unit of electrical
energy. Thermocouple, Thermo-emf, E-T graph, Neutral temp., Temp. of inversion, Seebeck effect, Peltier effect.
MODULE - 8 Magnetic effect of current, Biot - Savart law and its application to current carrying circular loop, Ampere’s circuital law and its application to infinitely long
straight wire, Straight and toroidal solenoids, Force on a moving charge in uniform electric field and magnetic field, Lorentz force. Force between two straight
parallel current carrying conductors - definition of ampere, Fleming’s left hand rule, Torque experienced by a current carrying loop in a uniform magnetic field,
Moving coil galvanometer, Conversion of a galvanometer into ammeter and voltmeter. Faraday’s laws of electromagnetic induction, Lenz’s law,Self and mutual induction,
Fleming’s right hand rule, Alternating current (basic concept), Peak and rms value of alternating current/voltage. Qualitative idea of electromagnetic waves and its spectrum.
MODULE - 9 Bohr’s theory of hydrogen like atom, Hydrogen spectrum, Photo electric effect, Einstein’s photo electric equation, Explanation of laws of Photo electric emission,
Photo electric cell, Wave - particle duality, deBroglie’s hypothesis. Radioactivity ; alpha, beta & gamma rays and their properties, Radioactive decay law, Decay
constant, half life & mean life, Radioisotope and their uses.
MODULE - 10 Distinction between metals (conductors), semiconductors & insulators in terms of energy bands in slids, Intrinsic and Extrinsic semiconductors, p-n Junction diode,
semiconductor diode rectifiers, p-n-p and n-p-n Transistors, Common Emitter Transistor Characteristics. Logic Gates - OR gate, AND gate & NOT gate. Constituents of
atomic nucleus, Mass defect, Binding energy, Mass energy equivalence, Nuclear fission, Chain reaction, Nuclear reactor - Principle of operation, Nuclear fusion, Thermo
nuclear fusion as the source of energy in Sun and Stars.
SYLLABUS FOR CHEMISTRY. Full Marks - 100. Each Module Carries 10 Marks
MODULE - 1 A. Atomic structure : B. Radioactivity and Nuclear Chemistry : C. The Periodic table and Chemical families :
MODULE - 2 A. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure : B. Chemical Energetics and Chemical Dynamics : i) Some basic concepts of Thermodynamics. ii) Chemical Dynamics :
MODULE - 3 A. Gaseous State : B. Chemical Equilibria, Ionic Equilibria and Redox Equilibria : i) Chemical Equilibria : ii) Ionic Equilibria : iii) Redox Equilibria :
MODULE - 4 A. Atoms, molecules and Chemical Arithmetic : B. Chmistry of Solutions : i) Non-electrolytic solutions ii) Colloidal Solution : iii)Electrolytic Solutions :
MODULE - 5 A. Chemistry of Non-Metallic Elements and their compounds : i) Carabon : ii) Nitrogen and Phosphorus : iii) Sulphur and Oxygen : iv) Halogen Family : B. Chemistry in Industry : i) Heavy Chemicals : ii) Electro chemicals : iii) Fuel Gases : iv) Firtilizer :
MODULE - 6 A. Chemistry of Metallic elements and their compounds : i) General principles of metallurgy : ii) Typical Members : iii) Metals of Life : iv) Compounds of metals : B. Cement : Composition and setting of portland cement.
MODULE - 7 A. Chemistry of Organaic Compound : i) Organaic reaactions : B. Hydrocarbons : i) Classification of hydrocarbons : ii) Methane and ethane : iii) Alkene and Alkynes : iv) Ethylene : v) Actylene : C. Aromatic hydrocarbon : D. Organic Compounds Containing halogens (Haloalkanes and Haloarenes) :
MODULE - 8 Organic compounds containing Oxygen : Alcohols : Carboxylic acids and their derivatives :
MODULE - 9 A. Organic compounds containing nitrogen : i) Nitrobenzene : ii) Amines : B. Polymer : C. Introduction of Biomolecules : i)Carbohydrates :
MODULE - 10 A. Environmental Chemistry : B. Application Oriented Chemistry : C. Principles of qualitative analysis :
SYLLABUS FOR MATHEMATICS. Full Marks - 100. Each Module Carries 10 marks
MODULE - 1
- Principle of Mathematical Induction (PMI): 2. Arithmetic, geometric and harmonic progressions: 3. Theory of quadratic equations: 4. Complex numbers: 5. Permutation and combination:
MODULE - 2
- Binomial Theorem: 2. Infinite series: 3. Matrices and deterinants: 4. Probability Theory:
MODULE - 3 Trigonometric ratios of associated angles, compound angles, multiple and submultiple angles, conditional identities, general solution of trigonometric equations, inverse circular functions. Simple applications.
MODULE - 4
- Properties of triangles: 2. Co-ordinate geometry:
MODULE - 5
- Circle: 2. Conics:
MODULE - 6
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MODULE - 7
- Integral calculus :
MODULE - 8
- Definite integral: 2. Differential Equation:
MODULE - 9
- Significanace of dy/dx: 2. Maxima and minima: 3. Determination of area:
MODULE - 10
- Relations & Mapping: 2. Vectors:
SYLLABUS FOR BIOLOGY. Full Marks - 100. Each Module Carries 10 marks
MODULE - 1 a) Tools (Compound microscope & Electron microscope - Magnification & Resolving power) b) Definition of Prokaryotic & Eukaryotic cells with example and comparison between them. c) Structural organization of eukaryotic cells d) Cell function :
MODULE - 2 a) Photosynthesis b) Basic mode of plant nutrition c) Enzymes d) Basal metabolism and BMR
MODULE - 3 a) Toxonomy & classification b) Concepts of Biodiversity c) Population Biology d) Spcial physiology
MODULE - 4 a) Viruses and Becteria b) Plant breeding c) Immunology
MODULE - 5 a) Evolution b) Ecosystem c) Conservation d) Environmental pollution
MODULE - 6 a) Economically important plants b) Economic zoology c) Medical zoology d) Pest and their management
MODULE - 7 a) Plant hormones b) Endocrine system c) Growth, Metamorphosis and Ageing d) Reproduction and developmental Biology
MODULE - 8 a) Chromosome and DNA: b) Mendelism: c) Mutation:
MODULE - 9 (Life system - 1) a) Digestion: b) Nervous system: c) Muscle Tissue:
MODULE - 10 (Life system - 2) a) Circulation: b) Excretion: c) Scope, importance and applications of Biology: