Computer Science Engineering (CSE) Syllabus
1. General Aptitude (Video Lectures for GATE)
- Introduction to General Aptitude for GATE
- Key concepts and strategies for solving aptitude questions
- Video lectures covering various topics including numerical ability, logical reasoning, verbal ability, and data interpretation
2. Work and Time
- Basic concepts and formulas related to work and time problems
- Time and motion study
- Work efficiency and productivity
- Solving problems involving work done by multiple individuals or machines
3. Percentage
- Introduction to percentages and their applications
- Calculation of percentage increase/decrease
- Percentage problems related to profit and loss, discounts, and interest rates
- Solving problems involving percentage ratios and proportions
4. Average
- Understanding the concept of average and its significance
- Calculation of arithmetic mean, weighted average, and moving average
- Solving problems related to average speed, average score, and average temperature
5. Permutation and Combination
- Fundamental principles of permutation and combination
- Calculation of permutations and combinations
- Solving problems involving arrangement, selection, and distribution of objects
6. Mixture and Allegation
- Understanding the concept of mixtures and allegations
- Solving problems related to mixtures of different components
- Calculation of average composition and concentration
7. Profit and Loss
- Basic concepts of profit and loss
- Calculation of cost price, selling price, and profit/loss percentage
- Solving problems related to successive discounts, profit sharing, and partnerships
8. Ratio and Proportion
- Understanding the concept of ratio and proportion
- Calculation of direct and inverse proportions
- Solving problems involving ratios and proportions in various contexts
9. Boat and Stream
- Understanding the concept of boat and stream problems
- Calculation of relative speed, time, and distance in still water and against the stream
- Solving problems related to upstream and downstream motion
10. Probability
- Introduction to probability theory and its applications
- Calculation of probabilities for single and multiple events
- Solving problems involving probability distributions and conditional probability
11. Statistics
- Basic concepts and measures of central tendency and dispersion
- Calculation of mean, median, mode, variance, and standard deviation
- Solving problems related to data analysis and interpretation
12. Direction
- Understanding the concept of direction and its applications
- Calculation of angles, bearings, and directions
- Solving problems involving directions, distances, and maps
13. Number System
- Introduction to number systems (binary, decimal, octal, and hexadecimal)
- Conversion between different number systems
- Solving problems related to number patterns and sequences
14. Speed and Distance
- Calculation of speed, distance, and time
- Solving problems involving relative motion, average speed, and uniform motion
15. Data Interpretation
- Understanding and analyzing data presented in various forms (tables, graphs, charts)
- Calculation of averages, percentages, and trends from data
- Solving problems based on data interpretation
16. Syllogism
- Introduction to syllogism and its rules
- Solving problems based on logical deduction and syllogistic reasoning
17. H.C.F & L.C.M
- Calculation of highest common factor (H.C.F) and lowest common multiple (L.C.M)
- Solving problems involving factors and multiples
18. Dice
- Understanding the concept of dice and its applications in probability
- Calculation of probabilities for different outcomes of dice rolls
19. Simple and Compound Interest
- Calculation of simple interest and compound interest
- Solving problems related to interest rates, time periods, and principal amounts
20. Clock
- Understanding the concept of timekeeping and clock arithmetic
- Calculation of angles and time intervals on clocks
- Solving problems related to clock synchronization and time conversions
21. Calendar
- Understanding the concept of calendars and their calculations
- Calculation of day, month, and year for given dates
- Solving problems involving leap years, weekdays, and date calculations
Note: This syllabus is designed for Computer Science Engineering (CSE) students and covers various topics related to general aptitude and mathematical reasoning. It is intended to provide a comprehensive overview of the subjects that are relevant to the field of computer science.
This course is helpful for the following exams: Civil Engineering (CE), Computer Science Engineering (CSE), Electrical Engineering (EE), Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE), Mechanical Engineering