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Life Sciences : Questions have been raised on chromosomes, mitosis, nucleosome, meiosis, genotype, DNA, genes, bacteria, cells, nutrients, greenhouse effect, vegetation, minerals, ecosystem, hormones, vitamins, carbohydrates, glands, anemia, human nutrition, vaccines, energy, aquatic life, antibodies, etc. The questions are at the level of graduation; as such candidates generally consider this paper as moderate.
Physical Sciences : Questions have been raised on molecules, thermal conductivity, entropy, oscillation, gases, protons and electrons, refraction, optics, light, diffraction, wavelength, polarization, inversion, momentum, inertia, velocity, energy, mechanics, sound, force, electricity, magnetism, spectrum, etc. The questions are at the level of graduation; as such candidates generally consider this paper as moderate.
Mathematical Sciences : Questions have been raised on sets, rationals, limits, linear equations, circles, trigonometry, graphs, distance, sphere, angles, triangles, trajectories, integers, matrices, differential equations, derivatives, rings, permutation, binary operations, vectors, etc. Questions relating to mathematical science have been focused only on domain subjects. As such, candidates might not face difficulty to score decent marks as stipulated by the examination conducting authority.
Chemical Sciences : Questions have been raised on acids, chemotherapy, electronic absorption, periodic elements, chemical compounds, electronic configuration, carbons, nitrogen, ionization, noble gases, oxidation, metals, bases, chemical reactions, acetates, salts, radicle, organic chemistry, isomers, alcohols, boiling point, endothermic reaction, chemical equations, crystallization, miscibility, aqueous solutions, catalysts, radiation, freezing point, reversible reaction, infrared, electron density, polymers, molecules, etc. Questions on chemical sciences have been reflected only on the domain subject. Therefore candidates might consider this question paper as easy.
Statistics : Questions have been raised on median value, frequency distribution, deviation, venn diagrams, probability, sets, mode, correlated coefficients, mean, parameters, variances, data, hypothesis, distribution, sufficient estimator, normal distribution, random sample, random variables, randomization, ratios, statistical model, factorial experiment, index number, quantity index, time series, vital statistics, etc. The questions on statistics have been on the subjects which have been studied by the candidates at the level of their graduation. Generally students might not face any problem as most of the questions are at the moderate level.
Geology : Questions have been raised on fossils, spirifers, dinosaurs, time periods, eras, calcareous plants, invertebrate paleontology, suture lines, lamellibranches, chronstratigraphic units, quartzite, geological formations, civilizations, residual deposits, sands, tungsten, silt, volcanoes, rocks, sedimentation, phosphates, metamorphism, strata, mineralization, silification, erosion, canyons, continental drift, topography, tsunamis, oceans, earthquakes, etc. The questions on geology are on the basis of the syllabus in the domain subject at the graduation. Normally, the level of the question paper is moderate. Hence candidates might score decent marks in the subject.
Integrated M.Sc courses : Questions have been raised on different topics of physics, chemistry and mathematics at the level of 11th and 12th standard. The questions for integrated M.Sc course have been asked on PCM. Questions on Physics are normally the level of difficulty while the questions on Chemistry and Mathematics are at moderate level.