# MP DMAT Syllabus

Contents

## Physics

• Units and dimensions, Dimensional analysis, S.1. Units, motion in two dimensions Cases of uniform velocity and uniform acceleration, General relation among position and velocity. Uniform circular motion. Force and inertia. Newton’s Laws of motions. Conservation of momentum and energy. Static and kinetic friction. Work energy and power, Elastic collisions, Potential energy, gravitational potential energy and its angular conversion to kinetic energy. Potential energy of a spring Rigid body rotation and conservation of its moment. Moment of inertia, theorems of parallel and perpendicular axis. ( Moment of inertia of uniform ring, disc thin rod and cylinder only ).
• Acceleration due to gravity and its variation, Universal law of gravitation, geostationary satellites, escape velocity.
• Hooke's law, Young's modulus, shear and bulk modulus, surface energy and surface tension, kinetic theory of gases, gas laws, kinetic energy and temperature.
• Specific heats at constant volume and constant pressure. Mechanical equivalent of heat, isothermal and adiabatic processes.
• Heat conduction in on dimension, convection and radiation. Stefan's law and Newton's law of cooling periodic motion, Simple harmonic motion, Oscillations due to spring wave motion principle of superposition, Progressive and stationary waves, beats and Doppler effect.
• Wave nature of light, Interference, Young's double slit experiment, Velocity of light and Doppler's effect in light.
• Reflection, refraction, total internal reflection, curved mirror, Lenses, mirror and lens formulae.
• Dispersion in prism, absorption and emission spectra.
• The human eye defects of vision, magnification and resolving power of telescope and microscope.
• 'e' and 'e/m' for and electron, Einstein's photoelectric equation, photocells.
• Bohr model of the atom. Hydrogen spectrum, Composition of nucleus, atomic masses and isotopes radioactivity, laws of radio active decay, decay constant, half life and mean life, Mass- energy relation fission. X - Ray : properties and uses.
• Elementary ideas of conductor, semi - conductor and insulator, intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, pn junction as a rectifier.
• Bar magnet lines of force, torque on a bar magnet due to magnetic field earth's magnetic field, tangent galvanometer, vibration magnetometer.
• Coulomb's law of electrostatics, dielectric constant, electric field and potential due to a point charge, dipole, dip le field, Guass's law in simple geometries.
• Electrostatic potential, capacitance, parallel plate and spherical capacitors, capacitors in series and parallel, energy of a capacitor.
• Electric current, Ohm's law, Kirchoffs laws, resistances in series and parallel temperature dependence of resistance. Wheatston bridge, potentiometer.
• Measurement of voltages as currents.
• Electric power, heating effects of currents, chemical effects and law of electrolysis thermoelectricity. Biot Savart law Magnetic fields due to a straight wire, circular loop and solenoid.
• Force on a moving charge in a magnetic field ( Lorentz force ), magnetic moment of a current loop, effect of a uniform magnetic field of a current loop, forces between two currents, moving galvanometer, ammeter and voltmeter.
• Electromagnetic induction induced emf, Faradays law, Lenz's law, self and mutual inductance Alternating currents impedance and reactance, growth and decay of current in L - R circuit, elementary idea of dynamo and transformer.

## Chemistry

General and Physical Chemistry Syllabus

• Structure of Atom : Constitution of nucleus : Bohr’s atom model : quantum numbers aufbau principle, electronic configuration of elements ( upto - Kr ) : de - Broblie relation, shapes of orbitals.
• Chemical bond : Electrovalent covalent and coordinate bonds, hybridization ( sp ) : hydrogen bond : shapes of molecules ( VSEPR theory ) : bond polarity resonance, Elements of VBT a MOT.
• Solutions : Modes of expressing concentrations of solutions : Types of solutions, Raoult's law of colligative properties, non - ideal solution, abnormal molecular weights.
• Solid State : Crystal lattices, unit cells, Structure of ionic compounds : close packed structure, Ionic radii, imperfections ( point defects ) : Properties of solids.
• Nuclear chemistry : Radio active radiations : Half - life, radioactive decay, group displacement law. Structure and properties of nucleus : Nuclear reactions, disintegration series, artificial transmutation : isotopes and their uses : Radiocarbon dating.
• Chemical equilibrium : Chemical equilibrium, Law of mass action : Kp and Kc : Le Chatelier principle and its applications.
• Ionic Equilibria in solutions, Solubility product, common ion effect, theories of acids and base hydrolysis of salts : pH buffers.
• Thermo chemistry and Thermodynamics : Energy changes during a chemical reaction : intrinsic energy. Enthalpy; First law of thermodynamics : Hess's law Heats of reactions : Second law of thermodynamics : entropy : free energy; spontaneity of a chemical reaction; free energy change and chemical equilibrium; free energy change and chemical equilibrium; free energy as energy available for useful work.
• Chemical Kinetic : Rate of a reaction, factors affecting the rate, rate constant, rate expression, order of reaction, first order rate constant expression and characteristics, Arrhenous equation.
• Electrochemistry : Oxidation, Oxidation number and ion- electron methods. Electrolytic conduction. Faraday's laws : voltaic cell, electrode potentials, electromotive force, Gibbs's energy and cell potentials, Nor nest equation, commercial cells, fuel cell, electrochemical theory of corrosion.
• Surface chemistry. Colloids and Catalysis; Absorption, Colloids ( types preparation and properties ). Emulsions. Micelles, Catalysis : Types and characteristics.
• Inorganic Chemistry

• Principles of metallurgical operations : Furnaces, ore concentration, extraction, purification metallurgies of Na, AI, Fe, Cu, Ag, Zn and Pb and their properties.
• Chemical periodicity : S.p.d. and f – block elements, periodic table : periodicity : atomic and ionic radii valance, ionization energy, electron affinity, electro negativity, metallic character.
• Comparative study of elements : Comparative study of the following families of elements : (i) Alkali metals (ii) Alkaline earth metals (iii) Nitrogen family (iv) Oxygen family (v) Halogens (vi) Noble gases.
• Transition metals : Electronic configurations of 3d – metal ions, oxidation states, other general characteristic properties, potassium permanganate, and potassium dichromate.
• Co – ordination compounds : Simple nomenclature, bounding and stability classification and bonding in organometailics.
• Chemical analysis : Chemistry involved is simple inorganic qualitative analysis : calculations based on acid – base titrimetry.

Organic Chemistry

• Calculation of empirical and molecular formula of organic compounds. Nomenclature of organic compounds, common functional groups isomerism, structure and shapes of alkanes, alkanes and benzene.
• Preparation properties and uses of alkynes, alkynes and alkynes, benzene petroleum, cracking octane number, gasoline additives.
• Nomenclature, Physical Chemical properties, correlation of physical properties with structure properties and uses of heloalkanes. halobenzenes, alcohols and phenols : General ideas of some polyhalogen compounds viz. dicholorothanes, dichloroethers, chloroform, carbon tetrachloride, D.D.T. benzene hexachloride.
• Nomenclature methods of preparation, Chemical properties correlations of physical properties with structures and uses of ethers, aldehydes, ketones carboxylic acids and their derivatives, Brief account of the chemistry of Cyanides, isocyanides, amines nd nitro compounds.
• Polymess : Classification : Preparation, and uses of common natural and synthetic polymess.
• Biomolecules : Classification, Structures and biological importance of carbohydrates, amino, acids, peptides, proteins and enzymes, nucleic acids and lipids.

## Botany

• Structural organization of cell, cell theory : Light and Electron Microscopic view of cell : Structure and functions of cell Organelles : Nucleus Mitochondria, Chioropast, Endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi complex, lysosome. Micro bodies, microfilaments, Ribosomes. Centrioles and Plasmids, Eukaryotic chromosome ( Morphology ) cell and plasma membran. Difference between plant and animal cell Division, cell cycle. Significance of mitosis and meiosis.
• Mendel’s Laws of inheritance, Monohybrid and dihybrid cross; Linkage and crossing over of genetic material DNA replication, genetic code transcription translation and gene regulation.
• Difference between prokaryote and Eukaryotes : Structure reproduction and economic liportance of viruses Mycoplasma, Bacteriophage, Cynobacteria ( Nostoc ) and Bacteria.
• Five kingdom classification Binomil nomenclature : External morophology and life cycle of Spirogyra Mucor, Funaria Selaginella and pinus.
• Elementary knowledge of microsporogenesis megasporogenesis, Fertilisation, endosperm and embryo development in Angiosperms.
• Tissues and tissues systems, meristematic and permanent tissue. Mineral nutrition – essential elements and their functions : uptake of minerals transport of water and solutes, Transpiration photosynthesis and Respiration importance, mechanism and factors affecting these processes : photorespiration.
• Enzymes and growth hormones with reference to their classification. Chemical nature, mode of action importance. Elementary idea of photoperidism and phytochrome.
• Ecosystem – Structures and function, Major ecosystems i.e, Lake and Forest; Food chain, Food web and Energy flow. Ecological crists – Role of man in polluting Environment – Air, Water and soil.
• Role of plants in human welfare : A general knowledge of plant products of economic value – Drugs, Fibers cereals.
• ( Wheat and Rice ) Pulse ( gram ) Oil seeds ( ground nut ). Sugarcane, Coal and petroleum.
• Food preservation – Methods and importance.
• Principle of plant breeding and its role in improvement of crops.
• Biotechnology : Scope and importance in Agriculture and industries manufacture of cheese, Yoghurt Alcohol antibiotics.

## Zoology

Multicelluiarity Structure and Functions of Animal Life

• Structure and function of Animal tissues Epithelial, Connective Muscular, Skeletal and Nerve.
• Histology of Manmalian organs – Stomach, Intestine, Liver, Kidney, Lung, Testis and Ovary.
• Structure and Physiology of different organ systems of Human body – Skin, Digestive System Respiratory System. Circulatory system, excretory system, Nervous system, Reproductive system.
• Skeleton, joints, Muscles on the basic of movement Receptors.
• Endocrine system with special reference to various Endocrine glands of man and hormonal co – ordination.
• Vitamins & minerals ( source and disorders due to deficiencies )

Developmental Biology and Genetics :

• Female reproductive cycles in mammals. Gametogenesis alongwith structure of sperm and ovum.
• Types of eggs, Fertilization, cleavage types of cleavage and blastula.
• Development of mammals upto three germinal layers. Foetal membrance structure and functions.
• Growth, repair and ageing, amniocentesis.
• Chromosomes, Types of chromosome, Human karyotype and chromosomal abnormalities and syndromes. Hormonal, Chromosomal and Genic balance theory of sex determination. Sex. Linkage and sex linked inheritance in Man. Blood Groups and their significance, Blood Bank.
• Tissue culture Genetic Engineering ( Brief idea ). Mutation gene mutation.
• Human population natality Mortality, Sex ratio, Population explosion, dynamics of human life with respect to food supply, housing health and standard of living impact of population problems and their control.

Taxonomy Evolution Economic Zoology :

• Classification – Binomial and trinomial nomenclature Basic features of classification, Classification of different animal phyla up to classes with characters and suitable examples.
• Origin of life, Theories of Organic evolution – Darwin, Lamarck, Synthetic Evidence of organic evolution Human Evolution.
• Economic Zoology / Sericulture, Apiculture, Lac culture, Poultry, Fishery and pearl industry.
• Protozoan disease in relation to man. Insect carrying diseases in relation to man.
• Cancer – types of cancer and cancer cell. Communicable diseases ( Hepatitis. AIDS ) STD, Immune Response, Vaccines and antis era Allergies.
• Smoking, alcoholism and drug addiction symptoms and control.
• Wild conservation.
• Pesticides – Uses, advantages and hazards.