MCA Entrance Exam Syllabus and Pattern
S.No |
University Name |
Exam Pattern |
Exam Duration |
Syllabus and contents |
---|---|---|---|---|
1. |
Andhra Pre-MCA |
Multiple-Choice only |
2 Hrs. |
Mathematics, quantitative aptitude and reasoning. |
2. |
Anna University |
Multiple-Choice only |
2 Hrs. |
40 questions in mathematics, 40 questions in reasoning, 20 question in computer awareness |
3. |
Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune |
Multiple-Choice only |
2 Hrs. 30 Mins. |
200 multiple choice questions based on mathematics at X, XII level – Logical and abstract reasoning, fundamentals of IT, verbal ability and reading comprehension, C language concepts. |
4. |
Banaras Hindu University |
Multiple-Choice only |
2 Hrs. 30 mins |
One paper carrying 450 marks containing multiple-choice questions on Mathematical Aptitude Test Areas (+2 Level) and multiple-choice questions on Analytical and Logical Reasoning, etc. |
5. |
B.I.T.S. Ranchi |
Multiple-Choice only |
2 Hrs. |
Total: 150 questions including 60 questions of Mathematics (10+2) level, 40 questions of Computer Awareness, 30 questions of Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning and 20 questions of General Awareness. |
6. |
Cochin University |
Objective Type |
2 Hrs. |
About 50% of the Questions will be from Mathematics covering areas of Engineering Mathematics / B.Sc. Subsidiary level Mathematics while the remaining Questions will be to test the ability of the Candidate in Logical Reasoning based on Pictures, Geometrical figures, Patterns of Words, Number Sequence, Set Theory, Logic Decoding etc. |
7. |
Delhi University |
Multiple-Choice only |
2 Hrs. 15 mins |
50 question of mathematics of B.Sc. level and 50 questions of deductive and logical ability. |
8. |
Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra |
two papers (objective type) |
2 Hrs. |
The questions in this paper will cover: logical reasoning, quantitative reasoning, high school mathematics, vocabulary, English comprehension and verbal ability. |
9. |
GNDU, Amritsar |
Multiple-Choice and descriptive |
2 Hrs. |
10 Multiple-Choices in each of Maths. General awareness mental ability, English, computer and 15 descriptive questions in Maths, computer science. (B.Sc. level) |
10. |
H.P. Shimla |
Multiple-Choice only |
2 Hrs. |
40 in Maths of +2 & B.Sc level. 40 in reasoning & quantitative aptitude & 20 in English. |
11. |
Hyderabad University |
Multiple-Choice only |
3 Hrs. |
Part-A includes mental ability & Part-B includes mathematics |
12. |
Integrated Common Entrance Test |
Multiple-Choice only |
2 Hrs. 30 Mins. |
Section-A: Analytical Ability |
13. |
IIC, South Campus, Delhi |
Multiple-Choice only |
3 Hrs. |
The question paper will have two parts. |
14. |
Indraprastha University, Delhi |
150 objective type questions |
2 Hrs. 30 Mins. |
Each question shall carry four marks. There will be negative marking for incorrect answers. The Test will carry 600 marks. (i) Mathematics-25%, (ii) English Language & Comprehension-25%, (iii) Computer Awareness-25%, (iv) Logical and Analytical Ability-25% |
15. |
Jawaharlal Nehru University |
Multiple-Choice Only |
3 Hrs. |
The questions in the entrance examination for admission to the MCA programme may cover the following areas of study as well as their applications: Trigonometry, Modern Algebra and Matrix Theory, Theory of Equation, Calculus & |
16. |
Karnataka MCA PGCET |
Objective Type |
2 Hrs. |
The question paper shall comprise of 80 questions. There shall be two parts A & B. |
17. |
Kurukshetra |
Multiple-Choice only |
3 Hrs. |
Mathematics logical and analytical ability and English comprehension. |
18. |
Madurai Kamraj University |
Objective type |
1 Hrs. 40 mins |
The entrance test will have a component of Mathematics at the 10+2 level constituting 30%, a component of logical reasoning / analytical ability at the level of bachelorâ€™s degree constituting 30%, a component of proficiency of English at the level of Bachelorâ€™s degree constituting 10% and a component of introductory knowledge of computers and computer application at introductory level constituting 30%. |
19. |
M.P. Pre MCA |
Multiple-Choice only |
2 Hrs. 15 mins |
The test shall have only one question paper containing questions from the subjects – Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science and Logical & Numerical ability. |
20. |
NIT Allahabad (Under Nimcet ) |
Multiple-Choice |
2 Hrs. 30 Mins. |
Mathematics: (40 questions), Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning: (50 questions), Computer Awareness: (15 questions), General English: (15 questions) |
21. |
NIT Bhopal (Under Nimcet ) |
Multiple-Choice |
2 Hrs. 30 Mins. |
Mathematics: (40 questions), Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning: (50 questions), Computer Awareness: (15 questions), General English: (15 questions) |
22. |
NIT Calicut (Under Nimcet ) |
Multiple-Choice |
2 Hrs. 30 Mins. |
Mathematics: (40 questions), Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning: (50 questions), Computer Awareness: (15 questions), General English: (15 questions) |
23. |
NIT Durgapur (Under Nimcet ) |
Multiple-Choice |
2 Hrs. 30 Mins. |
Mathematics: (40 questions), Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning: (50 questions), Computer Awareness: (15 questions), General English: (15 questions) |
24. |
NIT Jhamshedpur (Under Nimcet ) |
Multiple-Choice |
2 Hrs. 30 Mins. |
Mathematics: (40 questions), Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning: (50 questions), Computer Awareness: (15 questions), General English: (15 questions) |
25. |
NIT Raipur (Under Nimcet ) |
Multiple-Choice |
2 Hrs. 30 Mins. |
Mathematics: (40 questions), Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning: (50 questions), Computer Awareness: (15 questions), General English: (15 questions) |
26. |
NIT Surathkal (Under Nimcet ) |
Multiple-Choice |
2 Hrs. 30 Mins. |
Mathematics: (40 questions), Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning: (50 questions), Computer Awareness: (15 questions), General English: (15 questions) |
27. |
NIT Trichy (Under Nimcet ) |
Multiple-Choice |
2 Hrs. 30 Mins. |
Mathematics: (40 questions), Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning: (50 questions), Computer Awareness: (15 questions), General English: (15 questions) |
28. |
NIT Warangal (Under Nimcet ) |
Multiple-Choice |
2 Hrs. 30 Mins. |
Mathematics: (40 questions), Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning: (50 questions), Computer Awareness: (15 questions), General English: (15 questions) |
29. |
Pondichery University |
Multiple-Choice only |
2 Hrs. |
Comprehension and verbal ability, Analytical Ability, Logical Reasoning, Mathematical Aptitude (10+2 level), General Awareness in Computer Science. |
30. |
P.S.G. Coimbatore |
Multiple-Choice only |
2 Hrs. |
Mathematics and reasoning |
31. |
Pune University |
Multiple-Choice |
3 Hrs. |
Two types of questions: aptitude and mental ability (includes few questions on general English) and mathematics, few graduation level questions from zero or more the following: Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Physic, Chemistry, Electronics, Accounting and Economics. |
32. |
Punjab University, Chandigarh |
Multiple-Choice and descriptive |
2 Hrs. |
Part-A: 25 questions based on logical reasoning, Numerical ability and abstract reasoning. |
33. |
Punjabi University |
Multiple-Choice & description |
3 Hrs. |
50 Multiple-Choice in each of Maths, English, and mental ability and 10 in mathematics. (Descriptive) |
34. |
Roorkee University |
Objective Type with multiple choice questions |
3 Hrs. |
Weightages in the MCA Test Paper for Maths, Computer Awareness and Analytical Ability & General Awareness components will be in the ratio 4:2:1. There will be negative marking for wrong answers to Objective type questions. |
35. |
Thapar Institute of Technology, Patiala |
Multiple-Choice and description |
3 Hrs. |
Mathematics, Computer Awareness, General Knowledge/ Analytical Ability |
36. |
Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore |
Objective Type |
2 Hrs. |
Question Paper will contain 110 questions, with a maximum of 100 marks. |
37. |
University of Jammu |
Objective Type |
2 Hrs. 20 Mins |
Question Paper consist of Mental Ability, English Comprehension and Maths of 12th standard. |
38. |
U.P. Technical University, Lucknow |
Objective Type |
2 Hrs. |
Question Paper consist of (i) Maths – Modern Algebra, Algebra, Probability, Trigonometry, Co-ordinate Geometry, Calculus, Vectors, Dynamics, Statics, (ii) Statistics, (iii) Logical Ability. |