Past Year Paper Analysis for the JGEEBILS 2022

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Past Paper 2020:


  • Part I. A nation-wide test will be conducted in various centres on December 8,2019. For the
  • PhD and Integrated PhD programs at the Mumbai Centre, this test will comprise the entirety of
  • Part I of the evaluation process. For more precise details about Part I of the selection process at
  • other centres (TIFR CAM, Bengaluru, and ICTS, Bengaluru) we refer you to the websites of those
  • centres.
  • The nation-wide test on December 8 will be an objective test of three hours duration, with 20 multiple choice questions and 20 true/false questions. The score in this test will serve as qualification
  • marks for a student to progress to the second step of the evaluation process. The cut-off marks for
  • a particular program will be decided by the TIFR centre handling that program.
  • Additionally, some or all of the centres may consider the score in Part I (in addition to the score in
  • Part II) towards making the final selection for the graduate program in 2020.
  • Part II. The second part of the selection process varies according to the program and the centre.
  • More details about this part will be provided at a later date

Physical Sciences

In general, the syllabus for the Admissions Tests in Physics (Written and Interview) is typically a course of studies in Physics as the main subject in the Undergraduate and Masters levels in an Indian University. The questions in the written test (MCQs type) and the interviews are distributed over the following areas: Classical Mechanics; Mathematics relevant to Physics; Electricity and Magnetism; Quantum Mechanics; Heat, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics; General Physics; Modern Physics; Electronics and Experimental Physics.

Chemical Sciences

The syllabus for the Written test in Chemistry is similar to the typical standard syllabus followed in any Indian university for the B. Sc. and M. Sc. degree course. The questions are aimed at testing the basic understanding and knowledge in the areas of physical, organic, inorganic, analytical, electro and quantum chemistry, biophysics, thermodynamics, spectroscopy (NMR, fluorescence, IR, UV and X-ray) , logic and statistics and mathematical methods.

School of Technology and Computer Science

There are two streams in the School of Technology and Computer Science:

1. Computer Science.

2. Systems Science.

Topics covered in the two streams, as well as some sample questions, are given below.

The question paper will have three parts. Part A is common to both the streams. It will test the general mathematical aptitude of the candidate. There is no prescribed syllabus for Part A. Part B will be oriented towards the topics listed under ‘Computer Science’ below; and Part C will be oriented towards topics listed under ‘Systems Science’ below. Only one of Parts B, C, should be attempted. The duration of the written test will be three hours. The test will be of MCQs type, with negative marking for incorrect answers. The use of calculators will not be allowed during the test.