• The All India Engineering Entrance Exam (AIEEE) 2012

    Scoring and Negative Marking

    Questions will have 4 options for students to choose the correct answer. Every correct response shall entail the full marks and wrong responses shall lead to the subtraction of 1/4th of the whole total marks allotted to that particular question. Answers ought to be marked in blue or black ball point pens only.

    Subject combinations

    Paper 1- B.E/B.TECH


    Objective type questions

    Paper 2 Mathematics - B.Arch/B. Planning

    Part I Objective type questions
    Part II - Aptitude Test & Objective type questions
    Part III - Drawing Test (Questions meant to test the drawing aptitude.)

    Syllabus for the AIEEE Exam


    Binomial Theorem and Its Simple Applications
    Complex Numbers and Quadratic
    Co-Ordinate Geometry
    Differential Equations
    Integral Calculus
    Limit, Continuity and Differentiability
    Mathematical Induction
    Mathematical Reasoning
    Matrices and Determinants
    Permutations and Combinations
    Sequences and Series
    Sets, Relations and Functions
    Statistics and Probability
    Three Dimensional Geometry
    Vector Algebra


    Alternating Currents
    Atoms and Nuclei
    Communication Systems
    Current Electricity
    Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
    Electromagnetic Induction And
    Electromagnetic Waves
    Electronic Devices
    Energy and Power
    Kinetic Theory of Gases
    Laws of Motion
    Magnetic Effects of Current And
    Oscillations and Waves
    Physics and Measurement
    Properties of Solids and Liquids
    Rotational Motion

    Section B

    Experimental Skills


    Atomic Structure
    Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
    Chemical Kinetics
    Chemical Thermodynamics
    Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry
    Some Basic Concepts in Chemistry
    States of Matter
    Surface Chemistry

    Section B

    Inorganic Chemistry

    Alkaline Earth Metals)
    Classification of Elements And
    Co-Ordination Compounds
    D– And F –Block Elements
    Environmental Chemistry
    General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Metals
    P - Block Elements
    Periodicity in Properties
    S - Block Elements (Alkali And


    Organic Chemistry

    Purification and Characterization of Organic Compounds
    Some Basic Principles of Organic


    Chemistry in Everyday Life
    Organic Compounds Containing
    Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
    Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen
    Principles Related To Practical Chemistry

    Syllabus for B. Arch. /B. Planning Aptitude Test

    Part – I

    Awareness of persons, Buildings, Objects, Texture related to Architecture
    Visualizing three dimensional objects from two dimensional drawings
    Visualizing different sides of three dimensional objects
    Analytical Reasoning Mental Ability (Visual, Numerical and Verbal)

    Part – II

    Three dimensional – perception

    Design and drawing of geometrical or abstract shapes and patterns in pencil
    Transformation of forms both 2 D and 3 D union, subtraction, rotation, development of surfaces and volumes
    Generation of Plan
    Elevations and 3 D views of objects
    Creating 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional compositions
    Sketching of scenes and activities from memory of urbanscape, landscape & rural life

    Language of the Question Papers

    Applicants have the option to write the entrance exams in either Hindi or English. The language for writing the exam must be mentioned in the admission form. The option cannot be changed afterwards. But those who have opted for the Hindi paper will get the question paper in both Hindi as well as English.

    Eligibility Criteria

    The minimum qualification needed by one to appear for the AIEEE is a pass in standard 10+2. Students of the general category must have above 50 percent marks and applicants of the reserved communities must have above 40 percent marks in their finals. Students who are going to appear for their finals are eligible to apply for the AIEEE exam too.

    How to Apply?

    One can apply for the AIEEE exam by the online or offline methods. Forms can also be got by post from the office of the Assistant Secretary (AIEEE). An alternative is to get it personally from the regional offices of the CBSE. Other options are the chosen branches of the Syndicate Bank or other Designated Institutions.

    Cost of Application Form

    The price of the AIEEE admission form is Rs 450/- for students of the general category and Rs. 225/- for students of the reserved communities

    Rules for Reservation

    Reservation for applicants of SC/ST/OBC categories or who are handicapped shall be applicable as per the norms of the Indian Government/State concerned. This may be improvised on a timely basis.

    How to fill the Form?

    Students need to be very careful when they are filling the forms by the online or offline methods. Once the form is posted, students won’t get another chance to rectify the mistakes they made. Some tips are:

    Makes sure that you have filled the form using all the correct information only.
    Use only the correct pen or pencil as mentioned in the prospectus.
    Attach all the important documents securely. Non presentation of vital documents will lead to the rejection of candidature.
    Provide the required number of recent photographs.
    Send the mail before the last date declared.

    Important Dates

    Given below are the important dates pertaining to the AIEEE exam.

    Sale of AIEEE Application Form - The sale will begin in the mid of December and will be available until the second week of January.
    Online submission of application - The forms can be submitted from the mid week of November to the second week of January.
    Last date for the reception of application by post - The last week of December.
    Sale of Information Bulletin at chosen branches of the Syndicate Bank - This will begin in the second week of January.
    Last date for the reception of forms with Bank Draft – Mid of January
    Date of dispatch of Admit Card - Admit cards will be dispatched from the mid week of March and this will resume until the end of the month.
    Issue/dispatch of replica of the admit card – This will be done during the first week of April to the last week of April. This will continue onto the first week of May in case of issue by post.

    Dates of Examination:

    PAPER – 1 - This will be carried out in the 1st week of May, 2012
    PAPER – 2 - This exam too shall be on the same day but shall be carried out in the afternoon.
    Declaration of Results - The declaration shall be on or before the 1st week of June, 2012
    Dispatch of Score Cards – The score cards shall be sent from the 2nd week of June till the end of the month, 2012
    Issue/Dispatch of duplicate score cards - Issue of duplicate cards shall be done from the 1st week of July till the end of that month, 2012.

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