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VITEEE 2015 Complete Paper analysis Description: VITEEE 2015 is an entrance examination conducted by Vellore Institute of Technology through which successful students will be offered admissions to B.Tech programmes available at its Chennai and Vellore campuses. Here are the details and complete exam paper analysis. Examination details of VITEEE in 2015 Candidates who have registered are expected to take this examination through a computer based test and the language of instruction for answering the questions is only in English. This exam has already started from 8th April, 2015, and is going on in various centres. It will be completed on 19th April, 2015, as scheduled, and is conducted by the VIT University on an all India basis. The exam is held in three slots and the timings are from 9:00 am to 11:30 am, 12:00 Noon to 2:30 pm and 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm. The length of each slot has time duration of two and a half hours. This year, approximately two lakh students are anticipated to write for this VITEEE 2015. The candidates are required to answer objective type multiple choice questions in each paper. As per information available, the exam paper has been divided into three sections namely PartI, PartII and PartIII. PartI and PartII comprises questions from Physics and Chemistry, respectively. In PartIII, candidates aspiring for the course for which they are seeking admission can find questions either from Biology or Mathematics, according to their choice. Analysis of papers: The total number of questions available for candidates to answer in PartI, PartII and PartIII is 40 each, totalling to 120 questions. The marks assigned to each correct question are 1 in all the parts, and the total marks that the candidate has to score in each part are 40. Marks will not be deducted for incorrect answers to any question. The following table represents the allotment of total marks against each part and section, and marks allocated against each question. The total marks allocated for the entire examination is 120.
Description: VITEEE 2015 is an entrance examination conducted by Vellore Institute of Technology through which successful students will be offered admissions to B.Tech programmes available at its Chennai and Vellore campuses. Here are the details and complete exam paper analysis.
Candidates who have registered are expected to take this examination through a computer based test and the language of instruction for answering the questions is only in English. This exam has already started from 8th April, 2015, and is going on in various centres. It will be completed on 19th April, 2015, as scheduled, and is conducted by the VIT University on an all India basis. The exam is held in three slots and the timings are from 9:00 am to 11:30 am, 12:00 Noon to 2:30 pm and 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm. The length of each slot has time duration of two and a half hours. This year, approximately two lakh students are anticipated to write for this VITEEE 2015. The candidates are required to answer objective type multiple choice questions in each paper. As per information available, the exam paper has been divided into three sections namely PartI, PartII and PartIII. PartI and PartII comprises questions from Physics and Chemistry, respectively. In PartIII, candidates aspiring for the course for which they are seeking admission can find questions either from Biology or Mathematics, according to their choice.
The total number of questions available for candidates to answer in PartI, PartII and PartIII is 40 each, totalling to 120 questions. The marks assigned to each correct question are 1 in all the parts, and the total marks that the candidate has to score in each part are 40. Marks will not be deducted for incorrect answers to any question. The following table represents the allotment of total marks against each part and section, and marks allocated against each question. The total marks allocated for the entire examination is 120.
Part
Section
Total Number of Questions
Marks for Each Question
Total Marks
PartI
Physics
40
1
PartII
Chemistry
PartIII
Mathematics/
Biology
120
Here are some viewpoints of aspirants who have already appeared for the VITEE from different exam centres till now.
1. An aspirant from Nasik, Maharashtra, who has already taken the VITEEE 2015 examination, says that all the papers were easy to answer when compared to that of JEE Main 2015. The questions from subjects like Chemistry and Physics were found to be average, but he found that the questions appearing in the Mathematics paper were the toughest to answer. Overall, the papers were good. The aspirant has tried to attempt all the questions in all the three parts namely Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. He expects a good score and he is hoping for the best.
2. Another student reveals that the question papers were found to be rated as average and Chemistry was easy to answer, which was expected. All the papers carried questions that were conceptually based. The student was strong in Physics as well, hence, he could solve all the topics that was studied for JEE Main 2015. The student assumes that all the questions have been solved and aims to gain a good rank. The only difference that he found between the two examinations of JEE Main and VITEEE of 2015 was that there were a few topics which were not included in JEE Advanced course, but had to be studied for VITEEE 2015.
Some questions in sections I & II were easy and some were of medium difficulty level, but in Mathematics, the questions were tough. Subject wise break up of easy, medium and tough questions in all the parts is reflected in the following table:
Level of Difficulty
PhysicsPartI
ChemistryPartII
Mathematics/BiologyPartIII
Total
Number of easy questions
30
20

60
Number of Medium Questions
10
5
25
Number of Tough Questions
35
The above table is based on students’ view point
Main Chapters
SubTopic Name
No. of Questions
Marks Allocation
Electrostatics
Coulomb’s law
Electric Field
Electric Potential
Electric Flux
Electrostatic Induction
Current Electricity
Electric Current
Ohm’s Law
Kirchoff’s Law
Magnetic Effects of Electric Current and Magnetism
Magnetic effect of electric current
Ampere’s circuital law
Cyclotron
Torque
Para, dia and ferromagnetic substances
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current
SelfInduction
ElectroMagnetic Induction
AC Generator
Eddy Current
Alternating Current
Optics
Reflection of light
Refraction of light
Scattering of light
Electromagnetic Waves and Wave Optics
Electromagnetic waves and their Characteristics
Wave front and Huygens’s principle
Interference
Diffraction
Polarisation of Light waves
Atomic and Nuclear Physics
Atomic Structure
Bohr’s Model
Nuclear Properties
Nature of Nuclear Forces
Radioactivity Decay Law
Radio Carbon Dating
Nuclear Fission
2
Duel Nature of Radiation and Matter
Semiconductor Theory
Formation of PN Junction
Junction Transistors
Logic Gates
Bohr’s Atomic Model
4
P,d and Block Elements
Pdblock elements
Lantenides
Coordination chemistry and Solid state chemistry
IntroductionTerminology
Lattice
Thermodynamics, Chemical equilibrium and Chemical Kinetics
l and ll law of Thermodynamics
Law of Mass Action
Electro Chemistry
Theory of Electrical Conductance
Isomerism in Organic Compounds
Definition, Classification
Alcohols and Ether
Nomenclature of Alcohols
Ethers
Carbonyl Compounds
Nomenclature of Carbonyl Compounds
Carboxylic Acids and their Derivatives
Nomenclature and other subtopics
Organic Nitrogen Compounds
Aliphatic Nitro Compounds
Bio molecules
Carbohydrates
Amino acids
Lipids
SubTopics
Applications of Matrices and Determinants
Adjoint, Inverse Properties
Rank of Matrix
Complex Numbers
Complex Number System
Modulus Properties
Roots of Complex Number
Analytical Geometry of Two Dimensions
Definition of a Conic
Equations of Conic Sections
Asymptotes, Rectangular Parabola
Vector Algebra
Scalar Product
Product of Three Vectors
Analytical Geometry of Three Dimensions
Direction Cosines
Planes
Skew Lines
Sphere
Differential Calculus
Derivative as a rate measurer
Mean value theorem
Errors and Approximations
Integral Calculus and its Applications
Simple definite integrals
Reduction Formulae
Area of bounded regions
Differential Equations
Formation of Differential Equations
Second order Linear Differential Equations
Probability Distributions
ProbabilityAxioms
Theoretical Distributions
Discrete Mathematics
Mathematical Logic
GroupsBinary operations
The entrance exam of VITEE 2015 is being conducted in India as well as abroad. They are in Kuwait and Dubai. About 134 examination centres, especially in cities, have been identified in India and abroad wherein VITEEE 2015 are being held.
The following table shows top states in India where the highest number of registrations of candidates was recorded, for appearing in VITEEE 2015:
State
Registrations
Uttar Pradesh
27604 out of which 22996 are male students
Andhra Pradesh
25087
Bihar
17314
Maharashtra
15932
Telangana
13134
Tamil Nadu
13647
City
Hyderabad
13846
Delhi
14219
Kota
10009
Patna
8585
Vijayawada
9165
Chennai
6229
Vellore
2409
The counselling for admission of successful candidates coming through VITEEE 2015 will commence from May 11, till May 16, 2015. Counselling will take place each day divided by the ranks falling in an ascending order. On May 11, 2015, counselling for rank holders up to 8000 will be held. This is followed by counselling for rank holders up to 12,000 on 12th. On 13th, counselling for rank holders up to 16,000, and finally counselling will be held for rank holders up to 20,000 on May 16th, 2015.
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