TIFR GS Exam Pattern & Syllabus 2020: Students can download TIFR GS / JGEEBILS Entrance Exam Syllabus and Pattern from here. Tata Institute of Fundamental Research award Ph.D., Integrated M.Sc-Ph.D and also M.Sc Degree in certain specializations. TIFR conducts a Nationwide Graduate School Entrance Examination (GS-2020) to provide admission for students. The syllabus of the TIFR GS 2020 exam will be on the basis of the concerned Bachelor’s Degree subjects and specialization. Candidate can go through the article and learn more about the syllabus and exam pattern for JGEEBILS Exam 2020 .
TIFR GS / JGEEBILS 2020 Syllabus
The detailed syllabus has been given on the official website – http://univ.tifr.res.in/gs2020/Syllabus/Syllabus.htm
|Mathematics Syllabus||Check Here|
|Physics Syllabus||Check Here|
|Biology Syllabus||Check Here|
|Chemistry Syllabus||Check Here|
|Computer and System Sciences Syllabus||Check Here|
Mathematics – Part I – The questions are mainly based on the B.Sc course, which includes Algebra, Analysis, Geometry/Topology, Elementary properties. Part II – This part varies according to the program and centers.
Physics – Classical Mechanics; Mathematics relevant to Physics; Electricity and Magnetism; Quantum Mechanics; Heat, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics; General Physics; Modern Physics; Electronics and Experimental Physics.
Biology – There is no specified syllabus and the test will be extremely basic and cover topics in General, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
Chemistry – physical, organic, inorganic, analytical, electro and quantum chemistry, biophysics, thermodynamics, spectroscopy (NMR, fluorescence, IR, UV, and X-ray), logic and statistics and mathematical methods.
Computer Science – Discrete Mathematics, Formal Languages, Automata Theory and Computability, Data Structures and Algorithms, Fundamentals of Programming Languages and Compilers, Operating Systems and Concurrency, Switching Theory and Digital Circuits, Theory of Databases
System Sciences – Engineering Mathematics, Electrical, and Computer Sciences
TIFR GS / JGEEBILS 2020 Exam Pattern
GS-2020 is an online computer-based examination. It has Multiple-choice type questions for all the subjects. Candidates are awarded marks for the correct answer and awarded negative marks for wrong answers. If a question is not attempting then 0 marks will be awarded for that question.
|SUBJECT||No. of Questions||Grading Scheme||Duration|
|Correct Answer||Wrong Answer|
|Biology||60||Refer Below Table of Biology||2 hours|
|Physics||40||Refer Below Table of Physics||3 hours|
|Computer Science||30||+4||-1||3 hours|
|System Science||30||+4||-1||3 hours|
- Total Number of Question – 60
|Total Number of Question||Grading Scheme||Negative Marks|
|General – A|
|+1 Mark for Questions 1 to 10 and +2 Marks for Question 11 to 15||Each wrong answers -½ Mark if incorrect|
Physics – B
|Biology – D|
- Total No. Of Sections – Two (Section A & Section B)
|Total Number of Question||Grading Scheme|
|25 Question||+3 Marks, if Correct||-1 mark if incorrect|
|B||15 Questions||+5 Marks, if Correct|
No Negative marks
- Computer Science & System Science
- Total Number of Question
- Section A – 15 Questions (Must be attended by all candidates)
- Section B – 15 Questions (Computer Science) OR
- Section C – 15 Questions (System Science (including Communications and Applied Probability)
In conclusion, the exam pattern and syllabus are very important aspects for candidates appearing in the GS-2020. Candidate should go through the syllabus and practice the model question paper at the correct pace and duration.