Amrita University conducts AEEE for admission to B. Tech courses. It is conducted in both online(CBT) and offline mode and us of two and a half hours duration. The exam contains questions from three subjects – physics, chemistry and mathematics. There will be 100 questions in total carrying 3 marks each. Each correct answer will be rewarded with 3 marks while the wrong answer will lead to negative marking. 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer. The syllabus covers the topics covered in class 11 and 12 from the three subjects. Here we would take a look at the AEEE Exam Pattern 2019.


AEEE Exam Pattern 2019 will be decided by Amrita University. Knowledge of exam pattern allows candidates to have knowledge about the type and number of questions, marking scheme, mode of exam and time duration. There will be 100 questions in all – 40 from mathematics and 30 from physics and chemistry each. Each question carries 3 thee marks.

Total marks from each section :
1. Physics – 30
2. Chemistry – 30
3. Mathematics – 40

Calculation of marks

1. Correct answer – 3 marks will be rewarded
2. Wrong answer – 1 mark will be deducted
3. If no answer is marked, no marks will be given
4. If more than one answer is marked, it will be treated as incorrect and 1 mark will be deducted.
5. Requests for reevaluation and rechecking will not be accepted.

The computer-based test will be conducted from 19 April to 22 April 2018 in different slots. Questions will be different in different slots.

Candidates will have to mark answers in printed OMR sheet with a ballpoint pen or HB pencil.


  1. The syllabus from three subjects covers the topics and chapters from class 11 and 12 syllabi. There will be 100 questions in total 40 from mathematics, 30 from physics and 30 from chemistry. Marks distribution is not uniform. The section devoted to mathematics carries more marks than physics and chemistry. Therefore topics and subtopics must be kept in mind while preparing for the exam.

AEEE Syllabus for Mathematics

  1. Complex Numbers
  2. Linear Inequalities
  3. Permutations and Combinations
  4. Binomial Theorem
  5. Sequences and Series
  6. Matrices and Determinants
  7. Quadratic Equations
  8. Relations and Functions Probability
  9. Differential Calculus
  10. Integral Calculus
  11. Differential Equations
  12. Trigonometry
  13. Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion
  14. Two Dimensional Geometry
  15. The straight line and pair of straight lines
  16. Circles and Family of Circles
  17. Conic Sections
  18. Vector Algebra
  19. Three Dimensional Geometry

AEEE Syllabus for  Physics

  1. Units and dimensions
  2. Mechanics
  3. Solids and fluids
  4. Heat and thermodynamics
  5. Ray and wave optics
  6. Modern physics
  7. Electrostatics, current electricity and magnetostatics
  8. Electromagnetic induction and electromagnetic waves
  9. Oscillations and waves

AEEE Syllabus for Chemistry

  1. Basic concepts
  2. Atomic structure, chemical bonding and molecular structure
  3. Equilibrium and thermodynamics
  4. Electrochemistry, kinetics and surface chemistry
  5. Solid state and solutions
  6. Hydrogen
  7. S – block elements
  8. P – block elements
  9. D, f – block elements
  10. Co-ordination compounds
  11. Basic organic chemistry and techniques
  12. Hydrocarbons, haloalkanes and haloarenes
  13. Alcohols, phenols and ethers
  14. Aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and amines
  15. Polymers and biomolecules
  16. Environmental chemistry
  17. Chemistry in everyday life