# SRMJEE PG Mtech syllabus and model questions

**SRMJEE PG Mtech syllabus and model questions – The post graduate entrance test for MTech** aspirants at SRM University is called as SRMJEE.Even the undergraduate courses need an entrance exam to get selected into the university and confirm a seat.There are 12 branches of engineering that can be applied for and the syllabus of each branch is also mentioned.There is a 100 questions sample model paper also attached for the post graduate syllabus course.

## SYLLABUS for SRMJEE M.Tech

**Civil (Code 01)**

Mathematics

(i) Vector calculus

(ii) Determinants and Matrices

(iii) Analytic function theory

(iv) Differential Calculus, Multiple Integrals and ordinary Differential Equations

(v) Numerical Methods

(vi) Probability and Statistics

Other Topics

(i) Mechanics of Solids and Structural Analysis

(ii) Construction and Materials Management

(iii) Concrete and Steel Structure

(iv) Soil Mechanics and Geo Technical Engineering

(v) Fluid Mechanics and Water Resources Engineering

(vi) Environmental Engineering

(vii) Surveying

(viii) Transportation Engineering

(ix) Remote Sensing

(x) Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

**Mechanical (Code 02)**

Mathematics

(i) Vector calculus

(ii) Determinants and Matrices

(iii) Analytic function theory

(iv) Differential Calculus, Multiple Integrals and ordinary Differential Equations

(v) Numerical Methods

(vi) Probability and Statistics

Other Topics

(i) Mechanics and Machine Design

(ii) Material Science and Metallurgy

(iii) Thermo dynamics

(iv) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

(v) Production Technology

(vi) Automotive Engines

(vii)Automotive Transmission

(viii) Strength of Materials

(ix) Casting, metal forming and metal joining processes

(x) Tool Engineering, Machine tool operation, Metrology and inspection

(xi) Engineering Materials, Processing of Plastics and Computer Aided Manufacturing

(xii) Product Design, Process Planning, Cost Estimate, Design of Jigs and Fixtures and Press Tools

(xiii) Operations Research

(xiv) Operations Management

(xv)Quality Control Reliability and Maintenance

**Electrical (Code 03)**

Mathematics

(i) Vector calculus

(ii) Determinants and Matrices

(iii) Analytic function theory

(iv) Differential Calculus, Multiple Integrals and ordinary Differential Equations

(v) Numerical Methods

(vi) Probability and Statistics

Other Topics

(i) Networks : Circuit Elements, Laws and theorems – Resonance – Coupled circuits – AC steady

state and Transient Analysis

(ii) Devices : Energy bands, Charge carriers in semiconductors – semiconductor junctions –

semiconductor diodes and its types – transistors – FET – SCR – IGBT – DIAC – TRIAC – UJT –

Power supplies

(iii) Electronic Circuits : Biasing methods and small signal models – Transistor amplifier and

analysis – Feedback amplifiers and oscillators – Large signal and tuned amplifiers –

Frequency response and wave shaping circuits

(iv) Digital : Number systems – Boolean algebra – Logic gates – Logic families – Gate level

minimization and combinational logic – Synchronous and Asynchronous sequential logic –

Memory

(v) Microprocessor : Intel 8085 microprocessor – Intel 8086/8088 microprocessor – Intel

8031/8051 microcontroller – Programmable interfacing devices – Applications

(vi) Control System : Transfer function – Mathematical Modeling – Block diagram reduction –

Control system components – Transient and steady state analysis – Stability analysis –

Frequency domain analysis

(vii) Electromagnetics

(viii) Electrical Machin

**Electronics (Code 04)**

Mathematics

(i) Vector calculus

(ii) Determinants and Matrices

(iii) Analytic function theory

(iv) Differential Calculus, Multiple Integrals and ordinary Differential Equations

(v) Numerical Methods

(vi) Probability and Statistics

Other Topics

(i) Networks :Circuit Elements, Laws and theorems – Resonance – Coupled circuits – AC steady

state and Transient Analysis

(ii) Devices : Energy bands, Charge carriers in semiconductors – semiconductor junctions –

semiconductor diodes and its types – transistors – FET – SCR – IGBT – DIAC – TRIAC – UJT –

Power supplies

(iii) Electronic Circuits : Biasing methods and small signal models – Transistor amplifier and

analysis – Feedback amplifiers and oscillators – Large signal and tuned amplifiers –

Frequency response and wave shaping circuits

(iv) Digital : Number systems – Boolean algebra – Logic gates – Logic families – Gate level

minimization and combinational logic – Synchronous and Asynchronous sequential logic –

Memory

(v) Microprocessor : Intel 8085 microprocessor – Intel 8086/8088 microprocessor – Intel

8031/8051 microcontroller – Programmable interfacing devices – Applications

(vi) Control System : Transfer function – Mathematical Modeling – Block diagram reduction –

Control system components – Transient and steady state analysis – Stability analysis –

Frequency domain analysis

(vii) Signals and Systems

(viii) Communications (Analog)

(ix) Communications (Digitals)

(x) Electromagnetics

**Instrumentation (Code 05)**

Mathematics

(i) Vector calculus

(ii) Determinants and Matrices

(iii) Analytic function theory

(iv) Differential Calculus, Multiple Integrals and ordinary Differential Equations

(v) Numerical Methods

(vi) Probability and Statistics

Other Topics

(i) Networks: Circuit Elements, Laws and theorems – Resonance – Coupled circuits – AC steady

state and Transient Analysis

(ii) Devices: Energy bands, Charge carriers in semiconductors – semiconductor junctions –

semiconductor diodes and its types – transistors – FET – SCR – IGBT – DIAC – TRIAC – UJT –

Power supplies

(iii) Electronic Circuits : Biasing methods and small signal models – Transistor amplifier and

analysis – Feedback amplifiers and oscillators – Large signal and tuned amplifiers –

Frequency response and wave shaping circuits

(iv) Digital : Number systems – Boolean algebra – Logic gates – Logic families – Gate level

minimization and combinational logic – Synchronous and Asynchronous sequential logic –

Memory

(v) Microprocessor : Intel 8085 microprocessor – Intel 8086/8088 microprocessor – Intel

8031/8051 microco

**Computer Science (Code 06)**

Mathematics

(i) Vector calculus

(ii) Determinants and Matrices

(iii) Analytic function theory

(iv) Differential Calculus, Multiple Integrals and ordinary Differential Equations

(v) Numerical Methods

(vi) Probability and Statistics

Other Topics

(i) Discrete Mathematical Structures

(ii) Micro Processor and Hardware Systems

(iii) Computer Organization and Architecture

(iv) System Programming including Assemblers, Compilers

(v) Operating Systems

(vi) Programming Methodology & Software Engineering

(vii)Data Structures and Algorithms

(viii) Database Systems

(ix) Computer Networks

**Chemical (Code 07)**

Mathematics

(i) Vector calculus

(ii) Determinants and Matrices

(iii) Analytic function theory

(iv) Differential Calculus, Multiple Integrals and ordinary Differential Equations

(v) Numerical Methods

(vi) Probability and Statistics

Other Topics

(i) Chemical process calculations

(ii) Chemical Process Industries

(iii) Mechanical Operations

(iv) Fluid Mechanics

(v) Heat Transfer

(vi) Mass Transfer

(vii) Thermodynamics

(viii) Chemical Reaction Engineering

(ix) Instrumentation & Control

(x) Process Engineering Economics

Bio Technology (Code 08)

Bio Technology (Code 08)

(i) Cell Structure, Function

(ii) Properties of Nucleic Acids, Protein Synthesis

(iii) Gene Manipulation, Transgenic Microbes

(iv) Plants and Animals

(v) Metabolism and Bio Energetic

(vi) Gene Regulation

(vii) Enzyme Kinetics, Fermentation Process, Production of commercially important enzymes

(viii) Recombinant proteins

(ix) Microbial Growth Kinetics

(x) Biosaftey, Bioethics and Intellectual Property Rights

(xi) Bio conversion

(xii) Fermentation Kinetics, Bioreactors

(xiii) Genomics and Proteomics

(xiv) Computer Applications in Bio Technology

(xv)Nano Biotechnology

(xvi) Application of Bio Technology Systems Biotechnology

**GIS (Code 09)**

Mathematics

(i) Vector calculus

(ii) Determinants and Matrices

(iii) Analytic function theory

(iv) Differential Calculus, Multiple Integrals and ordinary Differential Equations

(v) Numerical Methods

(vi) Probability and Statistics

Other Topics

(i) Remote sensing: physics of remote sensing

(ii) Photogrammetry: Photogrammetry

(iii) Surveying: Surveying Techniques

(iv) Electronic surveying

(v) GIS: Terminology

(vi) Geology: Geological Remote Sensing

(vii)Agriculture and forestry

(viii) Environment and disaster studies: EIA

(ix) Urban and regional planning: Urban Planning

**Environmental (Code 10)**

Mathematics

(i) Vector calculus

(ii) Determinants and Matrices

(iii) Analytic function theory

(iv) Differential Calculus, Multiple Integrals and ordinary Differential Equations

(v) Numerical Methods

(vi) Probability and Statistics

Other Topics

(i) Environmental Pollution

(ii) Environmental Biotechnology

(iii) Thermodynamics

(iv) Ecology

(v) Environmental Conservation

(vi) Water Resources

(vii) Ecology and Sustainable Development

(viii) Remote Sensing

(ix) Energy and Environmental

(x) Environmental Impact Assessment

(xi) Current Topics in Environmental Sciences

(xii) Soil Pollution and Solid Waste Management

(xiii) Natural Hazards

(xiv) Environmental and Occupational Health

**Food Processing (Code 11)**

(i) Bioprocess Engineering: Properties of Vapors and Gases. Energy Balances/Conservation of

Energy; Entropy; Ideal Gas Mixtures and Psychometrics. Steady-state Heat Transfer; Onedimensional

Heat Conduction; Heat Transfer through a Composite Wall; Conduction, Forced

Convection; Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient; Heat Exchangers; Radiation Heat Transfer.

Basic bioprocess engineering and reactor concepts; Stoichiometry , mass and energy

balances; Fluid flow and mixing in bioreactors; Heat transfer in bioprocesses; Mass transfer

in bioprocess; Reaction and cell growth kinetics; Downstream processing unit operations.

Process instrumentation

(ii) Food Engineering: Dimensions and units, Evaporation, crystallization, distillation, mechanical

separations, size reduction and mixing, properties of food, blanching, pasteurization,

sterilization, extrusion, aseptic processing, drying, material handling, dairy plant engineering,

cereal processing, fat and oil processing, sugar cane processing, food preservation, storage,

non-thermal food processing, bakery and confectionary, meat and poultry processing, Food

safety and waste management, food packaging technology

(iii) Biochemistry and nutrition: Enzymes, Coenzymes, Cofactors, Elements of carbohydrates, fat

and protein metabolism, Elements of photosynthesis, Food Requirements, Vitamins and

their functions in the body, Minerals and their functions in body, Elements in protein

biosynthesis-Nucleic acids and their importance.

(iv) Microbiology: Microorganism, isolation of microorganism, identification, stains and staining

techniques, Growth, nutrition and physiology of microorganism, diseases and control,

microbial genetics, microbial spoilage in food, beneficial microorganism, probiotic and

prebiotic. Fermentation-Process, types, design, Fermented food products. Enzymesproduction-primary

and secondary metabolites, application in food industry.

**Materials Science (Code 12)**

MATHEMATICS:

(i) Vector calculus

(ii) Determinants and Matrices

(iii) Analytic function theory

(iv) Differential Calculus, Multiple Integrals and ordinary Differential Equations

(v) Numerical Methods

(vi) Probability and Statistics

Other Topics:

(i) QUANTUM MECHANICS, ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR PHYSICS : Black body radiation,

photoelectric effect – wave-particle duality of radiation– de-Broglie hypothesis of matter

waves – Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle – Schrödinger’s wave equation – physical

interpretation of wave function-Eigen-values and Eigen-functions –particle in a box-simple

harmonic oscillator-Motion in a central potential-orbital angular momentum–particle in a

square-well potential – potential barrier-Spectra of one and many electron atoms-LS and jj

coupling – fine structure – spectroscopic terms and selection rules – hyperfine structure –

exchange symmetry of wave function –Pauli’s exclusion principle-Zeeman and Stark effectsX-ray

– Auger transitions – Compton Effect-basic principles-rotational and vibrational spectra

of diatomic molecules-electronic transition in diatomic molecules-Franck-Condon principleRaman

effect-NMR-ESR-Nuclear properties and forces– radioactivity – alpha, beta and

gamma radiation.

(ii) SOLID STATE PHYSICS: Crystal structure , Bravais lattices and its basis, Miller indices- Crystal

symmetry, point group and space group elements – crystal diffraction and reciprocal latticeelementary

ideas about point defects and dislocations (edge and screw) – Physical

Properties of materials – lattice vibrations, phonons – specific heat of solids – thermal and

electrical conductivity – Di-electrics behavior – Polarization mechanisms, Clausius-Mossotti

equation, Piezo, Pyro and ferro electricity- free electron theory of metals- Fermi energy and

density of states- Energy levels in One Dimension, Fermi-Dirac Distribution, effect of

Temperature on the Fermi-Dirac Distribution, free electron Gas in Three Dimension-origin of

energy bands- Elements of band theory – Electrons motion in periodic potential, concept of

holes and effective mass- Hall effect- Different types of materials: Metals, Semiconductors,

Composite materials, Ceramics, Alloys, Polymers

(iii) LASERS: Basic Principle of Laser- Threshold condition-Einstein Coefficients – condition for

light amplification – – Line shape function – Optical Resonators -CW operation of laser; Critical

pumping rate- Population inversion and photon number in the cavity around threshold;

Output coupling of laser power- Optical resonators- Cavity modes- Three level and four level

systems. Solid State lasers – Ruby and Nd-YAG Laser – Gas lasers – He-Ne and Co2 lasers –

semiconductor lasers – Heterojunction lasers – Liquid Dye lasers – Qswitching and mode

locking. Application of laser in industry-Medical applications -Holography – Theory of

recording and reconstruction – application of Holography

(iv) ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM: Electrostatics; Coulomb’s law, Gauss’s law and its

applications, Laplace and Poisson equations, boundary conditions Conductors, capacitors,

dielectrics, dielectric polarization, volume and surface charges, electrostatic energy,

Magnetostatics, Biot-Savart law, Ampere’s law, Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction,

Maxwell’s equations and static and time varying equations, Poynting theorem Lorentz Force

and motion of charged particles in electric and magnetic fields, energy and momentum of

electromagnetic waves, radiation from a moving charge. Electromagnetic waves in free

space, dielectrics, and conductors, Reflection and refraction, polarization, Fresnel’s Law,

interference, coherence, and diffraction, Dia, Para and Ferromagnetism, Langevin’s theory of

paramagnetism

(v) THERMODYNAMICS: Thermodynamic system – Path and Process – Zeroth law of

Thermodynamics – Concept of Temperature – First law of Thermodynamics – Isothermal and

Adiabatic Processes – Second law of Thermodynamics – Reversible and Irreversible

processes – Carnot’s Engine – Thermodynamic Substance of Pure Substances – Kinetic

Theory of gases – Law of Equipartition Energy – Ideal and Real Gases – Equation of State –

Thermodynamic relation – T-ds relation – Maxwell’s Equation – Phase Transitions – Gibbs’s

Phase Rule – Van’t Hoff’s Equation

(vi) MATERIALS CHEMISTRY: Atomic structure – Bohr’s theory – Exclusion principle – Hund’s

rule – Afbau principle – Periodic law and arrangement of elements – Bonding structure –

Ionic, Covalent, Metallic, Weak bonds- Acids and Bases- Chemical periodicity – Structure and

bonding in homo- and heteronuclear molecules (VSEPR Theory) – Allotropes of carbon:

graphite, diamond, C60. Synthesis and reactivity of inorganic polymers of Si and P –

Hydrocarbons – IUPAC Nomenclature – Hybridization – Aromaticity – Huckel’s rule –

Tautomerism – Stereochemistry – Electrochemistry – Electrochemical cells; standard

electrode potentials: applications – corrosion and energy conversion

(vii)BIOLOGY AND HEALTH SCIENCES Anatomy: Cardiovascular System-Respiratory SystemExcretory

System. Physiology: Chemical composition of the body -Neurons & membrane

potentials. Basic Cell biology: Cell components- Cell membrane structure- DNA structure.

Genetics: DNA replication-transcription and translation-Bacteriology: Bacterial cell- structure

and function. Virology: Bacteriophage-Microbes- Types. Common infectious diseases:

Hepatitis, Malaria, HIV/AIDS. Cancers: Types and Classification. Biochemistry: Amino acidsCarbohydrates-

Lipids. Immunology: components and response to foreign body

(viii) ELECTRONICS: Semiconductors: Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, Fermi level, P-N

junction diodes-Bipolar junction transistors and its applications, field effect transistors, JFET,

MOSFET, MESFET, MODFET and CCD: Various structures and their functioning, I-V

characteristic studies and applications, Transistor circuits in CE, CB, CC modes, Amplifier

circuits with transistors-Operational amplifier and its applications: Inverting, non -inverting,

adder, sub tractor, differentiator, wave form generator, comparator, filters (LPF, BPF, HPF),

Schmitt trigger, the 555 timer -Gates, flip flops, switches, registers, counters,

multivibrators, principles of A/D and D/A converters, applications of A/D and D/A

Converters, Regulators-CMOS process technology: silicon –semiconductor technology,

wafer processing, oxidation, epitaxial, deposition, ion implantation and diffusion, n-well

CMOS process, p-well CMOS process, Twin tub CMOS process and silicon on insulator

(ix) MEMS/NEMS: Top down approach- front end approach-MEMS materials-MEMS

Fabrication Techniques :Bulk micromachining , Surface micromachining, Micro-molding

processes, Non-lithography based localized micromachining- Applications of MEMS/NEMSMechanical

Transducers : transduction methods, accelerometers, gyroscopes ,pressure

sensors-Design, Scaling Properties/Issues- Chemical and Biological Transducers: chemical

sensors, molecule based biosensors, cell based biosensors, chemical actuators, biological

transducers, and electrophoresis- optical transducers- thermal transducers-magnetic

transducers-RF transducers- Characterization of Micro/Nano Electromagnetic Mechanical

Systems.

### SRMJEE MTech sample questions:

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