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February 14, 2020 • 12:13 pm

JEST Syllabus 2020 & Exam Pattern for Physics, Maths, Computer Science

JEST Syllabus & Exam Pattern

 

 

Candidates who will be appearing in the JEST must be looking for the latest syllabus. Candidates must have proper knowledge of syllabus & latest exam pattern so that they can start their preparations accordingly.

 

From this blog, candidates can check the latest and complete JEST Syllabus for all the three subjects: Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science.

 

 

About JEST Exam

 

JEST (Joint Entrance Screening Test) is the national level examination to provide admission in Ph.D. and integrated Ph.D. programs in Physics, Theoretical Computer Science, Neuroscience and Computational Biology.

 

There are many entrance exams through which a candidate can pursue the Ph.D degree. But most of the candidates prefer to give JAM and JEST Exam.

 

Candidates can check out what is the difference between IIT JAM and JEST Exam.

 

JEST has been declared as a National Eligibility Test by Science and Engineering Research Board. The test is conducted every year in the month of February.

 

JEST Examination is conducted for three subjects:

 

Physics

Mathematics

Computer Science

 

Below is the detailed Syllabus for JEST Exam for all the three subjects: Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science.

 

The questions are based on the general syllabus of graduation and post-graduation level courses offered by various Indian universities and institutions. JEST (Joint Entrance Screening Test) question papers are generally not made available.

 

 

JEST Physics Syllabus

 

JEST Physics Syllabus consists of following topics:

 

Mathematical Methods

Quantum Mechanics

Electronics

Thermodynamics & Statistical Physics

Classical Mechanics

Electromagnetism & Optics

 

Physics syllabus will cover the standard M.Sc. Physics syllabus. The detailed syllabus for JEST Physics is given in the table:

 

Topics for JEST Physics Syllabus Sub Topics
Mathematical Methods

Vector Algebra and Vector Calculus

Tensors

Curvilinear Coordinate Systems

Linear Algebra

Linear Differential Equations

Elements of Sturm–Liouville Theory

Special Functions

Complex Analysis

Fourier Series and Fourier Transforms

Laplace Transforms

Elementary Properties of Discrete Groups

Elements of Probability Theory

Error Analysis

Quantum Mechanics

Uncertainty Principle

Schrodinger Equation

Central Potentials

Hydrogen Atom

Orbital and Spin Angular Momenta

Addition of Angular Momenta

Matrix Formulation of Quantum Theory

Unitary Transformations

Hermitian Operators

Variational Principle

Time Independent Perturbation Theory

Time Dependent Perturbation Theory

Electronics

Basics of Semiconductor

p-n Junctions

Diodes

Transistors

LCR Circuits

Rectifiers

Amplifiers

Active Filters and Oscillators

Basics of OPAMPS and their Applications

Basics of Digital Electronics

Thermodynamics & Statistical Physics

Laws of Thermodynamics

Work and Heat

Thermodynamic Potentials

Elements of Kinetic Theory

Maxwell’s Relations

Statistical Ensembles

Partition Function

Classical Ideal Gas

Harmonic Oscillators

Classical and Quantum Statistics

Fermi and Bose Gases

Black Body Radiation

Statistics of Paramagnetism

Classical Mechanics

Newton’s Laws

Conservation of Energy and Momentum

Collisions

Generalized Coordinates

Principle of Least Action

Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Formulations of Mechanics

Symmetry and Conservation Laws

Central Force Problem

Kepler Problem

Small Oscillations and Normal Modes

Special Relativity in Classical Mechanics

Electromagnetism & Optics

Electrostatics and Magnetostatics

Boundary Value Problems

Multipole Expansion

Fields in Conducting

Dielectric

Diamagnetic and Paramagnetic Media

Faraday’s Law and Time Varying Fields

Displacement Current

Maxwell’s Equations

Energy and Momentum of Electromagnetic Fields

Propagation of Plane Electromagnetic Waves

Reflection, Refraction

Electromagnetic Waves in Dispersive and Conducting Media

Diffraction

Interference

Polarization

 

 

JEST Theoretical Computer Science Syllabus

 

Enlisted below are the topics covered for JEST Computer Science Exam. The offered courses for Theoretical Computer Science are - Integrated Ph.D. and MCA/M.Sc./M.Tech. In Computer Science and related discipline. Hence, the syllabus for JEST Theoretical Computer Science Exam majorly focuses on the mathematical aspect of computer science.

 

Elements of Discrete Mathematics

Introduction to Algorithms

An Introduction to Data Structures with Applications

Discrete Mathematical Structures with Applications to Computer Science

Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools

The Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms

Fundamentals of Data Structures

Fundamentals of Computer Algorithms

  How to solve it by Domputer

Programming Languages, Concepts and Constructs

 

The test focuses on the following areas:  Analytical Reasoning and Deduction, Combinatorics, Data Structures and Algorithms, Discrete Mathematics, Graph Theory, Principles of Programming.

 

 

JEST Mathematics Syllabus

 

JEST Mathematics syllabus covers all books units of B.Sc. Mathematics and most of the portion of exam will be from the books of M.Sc.

 

JEST exam duration is 3 hours and all the questions asked in the Exam will be objective type only for JEST Mathematics.

 

 

JEST Exam Pattern 2020

 

Below we have given the detailed JEST Exam Pattern 2020. Candidates must check the latest exam pattern first and then then should start their preparation.

 

The exam will be conducted through offline mode in OMR answer sheet.

There is a total of 50 questions of 100 marks. The exam duration is 3 hours.

The exam will consist of 3 Parts: Part A, Part B and Part C.

Part A consists of 15 questions which will carry 3 marks each.

Part B consists of 10 questions which will carry 3 marks each.

Part C consists of 25 questions which will carry 1 mark each.

The question paper of Theoretical Computer Science will have questions of both types – some requiring short answers and some involving detailed problem-solving.

Physics and Mathematics question paper will be based on objective type questions.

 

For Part A: 3 marks will be rewarded for every correct answer and 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.

For Part B: 3 marks will be awarded for every correct answer. There is no negative marking in this Part.

Fort Part C: 1 mark will be awarded for every correct answer and 1/3 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.

Note: For detailed information about syllabus, pattern, marking scheme, admit card & mode of examination, keep visiting official website of JEST.

 

Now you have the syllabus for all the three subjects of JEST exam which will help you in your preparation.

 

Hope, this blog provided you the complete JEST Syllabus for all the three subjects. If you still have queries/doubts, you can ask in the comments section given below.

 

 

 

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  • Aastha Bhalla
    may i change my course subject