AUEET 2020 Syllabus

The most important strategy for the exam preparation is to be thorough with AUEET syllabus 2020. The Andhra University mentions the subject-wise topics in the syllabus of AUEET 2020. If the candidates are aware of the important topics that need to be covered in the exam, they can score better in the exam. Andhra University Engineering Entrance Examination covers questions from three sections namely, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. Check the important topics given below in order to know the topics from the different sections:


1. Units and Measurement
2. Motion in a Plane
3. Motion in a straight line
4. Work, Energy and Power
5. Laws of Motion
6. Systems of Particles and Rotational motion
7. Oscillations
8. Gravitation
9. Mechanical properties of fluids and liquids
10. Thermal Properties of Matter
11. Kinetic Theory
12. Thermodynamics
13. Waves
14. Wave Optics
15. Ray Optics and Optical instruments
16. Electric charges and fields
17. Current Electricity
18. Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance
19. Magnetism and Matter
20. Moving Charges and Magnetism
21. Electromagnetic Induction
22. Alternating Current
23. Atoms
24. Electromagnetic Waves
25. Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
26. Nuclei
27. Communication Systems
28. Semiconductor Electronics: Material, Devices and Simple Circuits


1. Trigonometry
2. Coordinate Geometry
3. Vector Algebra
4. Measures of Dispersion and Probability
5. Calculus


1. States of Matter – Gases and Liquids
2. Atomic Structure
3. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
4. Classification of elements and periodicity in properties
5. Thermodynamics
6. Stoichemetry
7. Chemical Equilibrium and Acids – Bases
8. Hydrogen and its compounds
9. The s Block Elements
10. P Block Elements (Group 13 and 14)
11. Environmental Chemistry
12. Hydrocarbons
13. Organic Chemistry- Some basic techniques and principles
14. Solid State
15. Solutions
16. Electrochemistry and Chemical Kinetics
17. Surface Chemistry
18. General Principles of Metallurgy
19. Chemistry in everyday life
20. Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
21. Biomolecules
22. D and F Block elements & coordination compounds

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