Chhattisgarh Polytechnic 2019

Chhattisgarh Pre-Polytechnic Test (CG PPT 2019) every year administered by the Chhattisgarh Professional Examination Board (CGPEB). It is a state level entrance exam through which candidates can get admission in the state polytechnic government/non-government colleges of Chhattisgarh. The admission will be offered to Engineering Diploma courses.

Eligibility

  • Candidates must hold the domicile of Chhattisgarh state.
  • The upper age limit is 30 years for all categories.
  • Candidate should have passed the 10th Board examination from a recognized board.
  • Candidate must secure a minimum 35% marks in the matriculation examination.
  • Candidate must have mathematics and science as a compulsory subject.

Application Form and Registration

The application form related all information will be uploaded on the CG Vyapam website. Candidates must go through the guidelines to fill the application form:

  • The application form will be available through online mode.
  • The candidates can start the form filling process from the last week of March 2019.
  • The CG PPT application form 2019 can be submitted till the third week of April 2019.
  • Candidates have to upload the photograph, put the signature and left-hand thumb impression.
  • Candidates are advised to fill the application form carefully. After submitting, no correction will be allowed on a later stage.

Application Fee:

  • The application fee will be Rs. 200/- for general, Rs. 150/- for OBC and Rs. 100/- for SC/ST /PH candidates.
  • The application fee can be paid either online or offline (challan) mode.

Important Dates

The dates are tentative

Events Dates 2019
Online application starts from Last week of March
Last date to submit an application 3rd week of April
Availability of admit card 2nd week of May
Exam Date 3rd week of May
Releasing of answer key 1st week of June
Declaration of result 2nd week of June
Counseling starts from Last week of June

Exam Pattern

  • The exam will be conducted through offline mode.
  • The exam will be of about 3 hours.
  • The question paper will be consisting of objective type questions.
  • There will be total 150 questions in the exam.
  • 1 mark will be allotted for one correct answer.
  • No provision of negative marking.
Subjects No. of Questions
Mathematics 50
Physics 50
Chemistry 50
Total 150

Syllabus

Syllabus of Science

General Properties of Matter And Sound:

Measurement, Motion & Force:

  • Measurement: Measurement in International System of Units (S.I.), Tool of measurement: Vernier calipers,  screw gauge, Spherometer, Physical balance, and stopwatch.
  • Motion: Uniform and non-uniform motion, Particle, Body, Distance, Displacement, Speed, Velocity,  Acceleration, Retardation, Difference between velocity and speed.
  • Force: Mass and Weight, Inertia, Classification of force, Friction and Factors affecting friction, sliding and rolling friction, advantage, and disadvantage of friction, ways, and means of increase and decrease of friction, the importance of friction. Gravity and Gravitational force, Acceleration due to gravity.

Work and Energy:

  • Work: Definition, work done by Constant force, Kinetic and potential energy.
  • Heat & Temperature: Thermometer, Conversion of temperature in Celsius, Fahrenheit and Kelvin scale. Specific heat, Heat capacity, Calculation of specific heat by the method of the mixture, Change of state, Latent heat, cooling due to evaporation, humidity and specific humidity, Heat expansion, Linear expansion, Superficial expansion, Volume expansion, and its coefficient.
  • Waves: Nature of waves, types of waves (longitudinal and transverse), simple harmonic motion, amplitude, Time period, Wavelength, Relation between — Velocities, Frequency & Wavelength.Sound: Nature of sound and its motion, the range of hearing, ultrasonic waves and its application.

Wave and Sound:

  • Waves: Nature of waves, types of waves (longitudinal and transverse), simple harmonic motion, amplitude, Time period, Wavelength, Relation between — Velocities, Frequency & Wavelength.Sound: Nature of sound and its motion, the range of hearing, ultrasonic waves and its application.

Matter: Structure & Behavior:

  • Matter: Nature and Behavior: Classification of matter based on the chemical constitution; elements, compounds, and mixtures, types of mixture.
  • Solution:  Homogenous and heterogeneous, Suspension and Colloid, Concentration of solution.
  • Atoms and Molecules: Dalton’s atomic theory, Modem atomic theory, atomic and molecular mass, The mole, law of constant proportion, calculation of percentage composition of elements in simple compounds, determination of empirical and molecular formula in simple substances.

Structure of Atom:

  • Constituents of an atom (Electrons, Protons and Neutrons), Atomic number, Atomic mass, Discovery of Nucleus, Bohr’s Atomic model, Distribution of electrons in Shells (up to atomic number 1-20), Valencey electrons and valency, Isotopes, Isobars, Isotones, Radioactivity, Radioisotopes and their application.

Light, Electricity & Magnetism:

  • Light: nature of light, a reflection of light, laws of reflection, reflection from the plane and curved surface, image formation by plane convex and concave mirror, the relation between focal length and radius of curvature, determination of the focal length of concave mirror by single pin method, Relation between u-v-f.
  • Refraction of light: Laws of refraction, refraction by glass slab, critical angle, total internal reflection, use of total internal reflection in daily life. Convergin$ and diverging lens, Definition of focal length and optical center, image formation by the lens.
  • The human eye, its defects, and remedies. Comparison between the photographic camera and the human eye. Construction, working, uses and way diagram of a simple telescope and astronomical telescope.
  • Electricity and its effects: electric intensity, potential. potential difference, electric current Ohms’ law, Resistance, specific resistance, in fencing lac tors, a combination of resistances and related numerical Thermal effect of current it’s use, calculation of power and electrical energy. Chemical effects of electric current. Primary and secondary their properties and drawback, Leclanche cell, dry cell, lead accumulator cell.
  • Magnetic effect of current: Magnetic effect of current, Oersted experiment, electromagnetic induction, electric motor, working principle and use of a generator, general studies of alternate $current and direct current, electric discharge in gases, discharge tube, cathode rays, X-rays and their properties.
  • Magnetism: Magnet and it’s types, artificial magnet, methods of preparing of magnets, molecular theory of magnetism, demagnetization, magnetic keepers, magnetic lines of force and their Terrestrial magnetism, magnetic storm, magnetic meridian, geographical meridian, the relation between V, H, I and 8.

Classification of Elements, Chemical Bonding, Reaction & Some Important Compound:

Periodic Classification of Elements:

  • A brief historical perspective of the periodic classification of elements, Modern periodic law, modern Periodic table. Periodic Properties in the period and in groups. metallic and nonmetal elements,  atomic size, ionization energy, and electron affinity.

Chemical Bonding:

  • Formation of Chemical Bonds, types of bonds-ionic and a covalent bond, Electronegative and polar covalent  compound,  properties of ionic and covalent compound

Chemical Reactions:

  • Chemical reaction, Formula of the simple compound, the equation of simple chemical reaction and their balancing. Types of Chemical reactions – Combination, decomposition, displacement, Oxidation, and reduction

The rate of chemical reaction and chemical equilibrium:

  • Preliminary knowledge of rate of chemical reaction, Fast and slow chemical reactions, Reversible and irreversible chemical reaction. Reversible reaction and dynamic nature of equilibrium, Acids, and bases, pH scale, Exothermic and endothermic reactions.

Some important chemical compounds:

  • Method of production of washing soda, baking soda. bleach in powder and plaster of Paris. Preparation of building material-lime cement, glass, and steel. A laboratory method of preparing alcohol and acetic acid. Properties and uses of some general artificial polymers, polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride, Teflon. Soap and detergents.

Natural Resources:

  • Metals
  • Nonmetals
  • Coal and petroleum
  • Hydrocarbon
  • Source of Energy

Our Environment:

  • Biosphere
  • Pollution

Syllabus of Maths

Algebra:

  • Rational Number & Expressions
  • Surds
  • Indices
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Polynomials
  • Quadratic Equations
  • Arithmetic Series
  • Linear Equation

Trignometry:

  • Trigonometric ratios: sin A, cos A, tan A, cot A, Sec A, cosec A.
  • Trigonometric ratios of 0º, 30º, 45º, 60º and 90º.
  • To find trigonometric ratios of 0º, 30º, 45º, 60º and 90º by the Geometrical method.
  • Trigonometric equations: (0º<θ<90º).
  • Measurement of angle in different system degree, grade and radian.
  • The relation between arc, radius and central angle.
  • Trignometrical Identities.
  • Problems on height and distance.

Geometry:

  • Fundamental concepts of Geometry
  • Different theorems and/or axioms and their converse

Co-Ordinate Geometry:

  • Distance formula, section and mid-point formula.
  • Area of triangle, conditions for three points to be collinear, Centroid and Incentre of the triangle.

Mensuration:

  • Area of triangle and rectangle.
  • Area and circumference of a circle.
  • Area of sector of circle and length of the arc of a circle.
  • Area of four walls of cube and cuboids.
  • Surface area and volume of cube and cuboids.
  • Surface Area and Volume of prism, cylinder, cone, and sphere.

Statistics:

  • Statistics and its definition
  • Collection and presentation of Data
  • Arranging data in ascending and descending order, cumulative frequency of a class, class-limit.
  • Graphical representation of statistical data, frequency polygon, cumulative frequency curve, histogram.
  • Problem-based on mean, median, mode and pie chart.
  • Preliminary knowledge of probability (based on a single event only).

Admit Card

The admit card will be published on the website before one week of the written entrance exam. CG PPT admits card 2019 can be downloaded through online mode. It will be published in the second week of May 2019. Admit card can be accessed by entering the candidate registration ID.

Result

The CG PPT result 2019 will be downloaded by entering the roll number. The results will be uploaded on the website in the second week of June 2019.

The authority will also release the CG PPT answer key through online mode. Candidates can check it after one week of the examination.

A separate merit list will be prepared by the authority for providing admission in the various polytechnic institutions within the state.

Counseling

CG PPT counseling 2019 will be organized through online mode. Candidates have to fill their choices for stream and institution in the choice filling process. The seat allotment procedure will be conducted by the Chhattisgarh Professional Examination Board (CGPEB).

The online counseling will be started from the last week of June 2019. On the basis of choices filled by the candidates and availability of seats, the seats will be allotted to the candidates. Candidates must bring the original documents for the verification of original documents.

Rules and Regulations

  • Students have to take their admit cards positively to the examination hall
  • Students should reach the examination center at least an hour before the examination starts.
  • Students should not carry any electronic materials such as mobile phones, programmable watches, and smartwatches, PDA, calculators, earphones etc.
  • Students should not carry any material that is related to the exam, including no writing anything on hands.
  • Students can carry only their stationery, including a blue or black ballpoint pen for filling the OMR sheet.
  • Students are also required to carry any of their photo identity cards issued by the government of India.

 Preparation Tips

  • Plan your exam schedule smartly.
  • Allot equal time to all subjects.
  • A study from the books published by the good publishers.
  • Always go through the complete syllabus.
  • Solve previous years question papers.
  • Maintain your health good.