# Gate 2015 Syllabus

## Gate 2015 Syllabus

### Chemical Engineering (CH)

Engineering Mathematics: Linear Algebra; Calculus: Differential equations; Complex variables; Probability and Statistics; Numerical Methods.

Chemical Engineering: Process Calculations and Thermodynamics; Fluid Mechanics and Mechanical Operations; Heat Transfer; Mass Transfer; Chemical Reaction Engineering; Instrumentation and Process Control; Plant Design and Economics; Chemical Technology.

### Chemistry (CY)

Physical Chemistry: Structure; Equilibrium; Kinetics.

Inorganic Chemistry: Main group elements; Transition Elements; Solids; Instrumental methods of analysis.

Organic Chemistry: Stereochemistry; Reaction mechanism; Organic synthesis; Pericyclic reactions; Photochemistry; Heterocyclic compounds; Biomolecules; Spectroscopy.

### Civil Engineering (CE)

Engineering Mathematics: Linear Algebra; Calculus; Differential equations; Complex variables; Probability and Statistics; Numerical Methods

Structural Engineering: Mechanics; Structural Analysis; Concrete Structures; Steel Structures

Geotechnical Engineering: Soil Mechanics; Foundation Engineering

Water Resources Engineering: Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics; Hydrology; Irrigation

Environmental Engineering: Water requirements; Air Pollution; Municipal Solid Wastes; Noise Pollution

Transportation Engineering: Highway Planning; Traffic Engineering

Surveying: Importance of surveying, principles and classifications

### Computer Science and Information Technology (CS)

Engineering Mathematics: Mathematical Logic; Probability; Set Theory & Algebra; Combinatory; Graph Theory; Linear Algebra; Numerical Methods; Calculus

Computer Science and Information Technology: Digital Logic; Computer Organization and Architecture; Programming and Data Structures; Algorithms; Theory of Computation; Compiler Design; Operating System; Databases; Information Systems and Software Engineering; Computer Networks; Web technologies.

### Ecology and Evolution (EY)

Ecology; Community ecology; Evolution; Mathematics and Quantitative Ecology; Behavioral Ecology

### Electrical Engineering (EE)

Engineering Mathematics: Linear Algebra; Calculus; Differential equations; Complex variables; Probability and Statistics; Numerical Methods; Transform Theory

Electrical Engineering: Electric Circuits and Fields; Signals and Systems; Electrical Machines; Power Systems; Control Systems; Electrical and Electronic Measurements; Analog and Digital Electronics; Power Electronics and Drives

### Electronics and Communication Engineering (EC)

Engineering Mathematics: Linear Algebra; Calculus; Differential equations; Complex variables; Probability and Statistics; Numerical Methods; Transform Theory

Electronics and Communication Engineering; Networks; Electronic Devices; Analog Circuits; Digital circuits; Signals and Systems; Control Systems; Communications; Electromagnetics

### Geology and Geophysics (GG)

Part A : Common to Geology and Geophysics

Earth and Planetary system; Weathering; Remote sensing

Part B

Geology: Crystal symmetry; Igneous rocks; Stress, strain and material response; Morphology; Geomorphic processes and agents; Oremineralogy and optical properties of ore minerals; Cosmic abundance; Engineering properties of rocks and soils; GIS

Geophysics: The earth as a planet; Scalar and vector potential fields; ‘G’ and ‘g’ units of measurement; Earth’s magnetic field; Conduction of electricity through rocks; Basic concept of EM induction; Seismic methods of prospecting; Geophysical signal processing; Principles and techniques of geophysical well-logging; Radioactive methods of prospecting and assaying of minerals; Geophysical inverse problems

### Instrumentation Engineering (IN)

Engineering Mathematics: Linear Algebra; Calculus; Differential equations; Complex variables; Probability and Statistics; Numerical Methods; Transform Theory

Instrumentation Engineering: Basics of Circuits and Measurement Systems; Transducers, Mechanical Measurement and Industrial Instrumentation; Analog Electronics; Digital Electronics; Signals, Systems and Communications; Electrical and Electronic Measurements; Control Systems and Process Control; Analytical, Optical and Biomedical Instrumentation

### Mathematics (MA)

Linear Algebra; Complex Analysis; Real Analysis; Ordinary Differential Equations; Algebra; Functional Analysis; Numerical Analysis; Partial Differential Equations; Mechanics; Topology; Probability and Statistics; Linear programming; Calculus of Variation and Integral Equations

### Mechanical Engineering (ME)

Engineering Mathematics: Linear Algebra; Calculus; Differential equations; Complex variables; Probability and Statistics; Numerical Methods

Applied Mechanics and Design: Engineering Mechanics; Strength of Materials; Theory of Machines; Vibrations; Design

Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences: Fluid Mechanics; Heat-Transfer; Thermodynamics; Applications to Power Engineering

Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering: Engineering Materials; Metal Casting; Forming; Joining; Machining and Machine Tool Operations; Metrology and Inspection; Computer Integrated Manufacturing; Production Planning and Control; Inventory Control; Operations Research

### Mining Engineering (MN)

Engineering Mathematics: Linear Algebra; Calculus; Vector Calculus; Differential Equations; Probability and Statistics; Numerical Methods

Mining Engineering: Mechanics; Mine Development; Mining Methods and Machinery; Ventilation, Underground Hazards and Surface Environment; Surveying, Mine Planning and Systems Engineering; Principles of planning

### Textile Engineering and Fibre Science (TF)

Engineering Mathematics: Linear Algebra; Calculus; Vector Calculus; Differential Equations; Probability and Statistics; Numerical Methods

Textile Engineering and Fibre Science: Textile Fibres; Molecular architecture; Methods of investigating fibre structure; Yarn manufacture and yarn structure & properties; Fabric manufacture and Fabric Structure; Textile Testing; Preparatory Processes; Dyeing; Printing; Finishing; Energy Conservation; Pollution