TANCET Syllabus for M.Tech -M.Arch-M.Plan And Question Pattern 2016.
TANCET Syllabus for M.Tech -M.Arch-M.Plan And Question Pattern 2016 TamilNadu CET i.e TANCET is an exam conducted by Anna University. TANCET means (Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test) 2016 for admission to MBA, MCA, M.E./M.Tech/M.Arch/M.Plan programme in Tamil Nadu. The test is conducted at various centers through out the country.
TANCET Syllabus for M.Tech -M.Arch-M.Plan And Question Pattern 2016
The question paper will have three parts.
Part-I and Part-II are compulsory and the candidates have to choose any one section out of 14 under Part-III depending upon his/her specialization.
Part – I Engineering Mathematics
This part will have 30 objective type questions and the candidates should answer all the 30 questions.
Part – II Basic Engineering & Sciences
This part will have 45 objective type questions. The candidates should answer a minimum of 30 questions. All the correct answers upto a maximum of 30 will be awarded 1 mark each and 1/4 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
Part – III Specialization
This part will consist of 14 sections in various disciplines, like Civil Engg., Mechanical Engg., etc. Each section will have 40/45 objective type questions. The candidates have to choose any one section depending on his specialization, and should answer a minimum of 40 questions. All the correct answers upto a maximum of 40 will be awarded 1 mark each and 1/4 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
Each question will have 4 alternate answers. Multiple shadings will be considered as wrong answer and 1/4 mark will be deducted. Marks will not be deducted for the questions left unanswered. The syllabi for the entrance test are furnished in the Annexure and the questions will be set at the undergraduate level.
NORMALISATION OF MARKS for M.E./ M.Tech./ M.Arch./ M.Plan
The Entrance Test for M.E./M.Tech./M.Arch./M.Plan candidates has two common parts namely, Part- I Engineering Mathematics and Part-II Basic Engg. & Sciences and Part- III meant for different disciplines. On evaluation, the mean (m) mark and the standard deviation (s) of marks (raw marks) may vary from discipline to discipline under Part – III. Normalized marks are obtained using the formula:
Normalized marks = 50 + (10/s) (raw mark – m). This gives the relative ranking of the candidate in any discipline.