cpmt

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UPCPMT 2017 Exam Pattern will assist the candidates to prepare and plan well in advance for the examination. The pattern offers candidate to know in depth about the exam like duration of the exam, mode and method of the examination, marking system, syllabus to study, total number and type of questions, etc. The syllabus of the exam consists of subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany and Zoology). Candidate can appear in for UPCPMT entrance exam in English or Hindi language as per their preference. The UPCPMT exam pattern is scheduled by the conducting authority Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University. The application form is available for the interested candidates on the official website from March, 2017. Candidates need to refer the exam pattern given below before appearing for the examination.

The paper has a total of 200 multiple choice


objective type questions.


The length of the exam is 3 hours


Each correct answer 1 mark will be added and no


marks will be reduced for any incorrect answer.


Candidate can appear in both English and Hindi language.


The allocation of subject and question is as follows:


  • Physics 50
  • Chemistry 50
  • Zoology 50
  • Botany 50
  • Total 200

UPCPMT Exam Events Important Dates


  • Availability of UPCPMT 2017 application form March, 2017
  • Last date of UPCPMT 2017 application form April, 2017
  • Admit card available to download May, 2017
  • UPCPMT 2017 Exam date May, 2017
  • Result Declaration June, 2017
  • The above dates are tentative.
  • No official dates have been declared yet.
  • Keep visiting our website in order to get any updates.

Physics


The syllabus of physics is divided into 2 sections which is as follows

Section-1:

  • Electromagnetism
  • Electricity
  • Electron Physics
  • Radiation and Atomic Physics

Nuclear Physics

Section-2:

  • Measurements and Kinematics
  • Mechanics
  • Wave motion and Sound
  • General Properties of Matter
  • Heat
  • Light

Chemistry


Section-1:

  • Alkyl halides
  • Alcohols
  • Ethers
  • Aldehydes
  • Ketones
  • Isomerism
  • Aromatic Compound
  • Study of alkali
  • Alkaline metals

Section-2:

  • The study of Chemical Equilibria
  • Laws of Gases
  • Thermo chemistry
  • Transition Elements
  • Catalyst
  • Preparation of Collidal Solution
  • Aromatic Compound
  • Study of alkali
  • Alkaline metals


Botany


Section-1:

  • Cell
  • Ecosystem
  • Plant Kingdom
  • Systematic study of Algae
  • Bacteria
  • Fungi

Section-2:

  • The study of Photosynthesis
  • Respiratory system
  • Growth & Movements
  • Transpiration
  • Translocation
  • Heredity
  • Sporogenesis
  • Human evolution
  • Fruits
  • Cell Differentiation


Zoology


Section-1:

  • Animal Tissues
  • Arthopoda
  • Porifera
  • Protozoa

Section-2:

  • Organic Evolutions
  • Origin of Life
  • Genetics
  • Mutation
  • Animal Physiology