KEE 2019 Syllabus is available on this page below. Candidates appearing for Karunya Entrance Examination (KEE) for B.Tech admission have to concentrate on Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. also. for B.Tech Biotechnology Biology will be also covered. Therefore, it is important that you are aware of the syllabus for KEE 2019. Thus, we have discussed the same below. In addition to that, the PDF of the syllabus is also available for download. The examination will be held in online mode only across various test centers. Also, the exam pattern varies for different programmes. Thus, apart from completing the examination process, candidates must also have knowledge of the aforementioned details. Read below to know more.

KEE 2019 Syllabus

Before the syllabus, candidates must be aware of the exam pattern. According to the exam pattern, candidates will be able to utilise the syllabus and prepare a strategy for preparations. Thus, have a look at the exam pattern of KEE 2019:

The exam pattern for KEE 2018 is as follows:

  • Mode of Examination: Computer-Based
  • Type of Questions: MCQ
  • Negative Marking: There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every incorrect answer.
  • Standard of the questions: For the entrance test, the questions will be as per the HSC/ +2 level.

The distribution of questions in KEE 2018 paper is as follows:

For B.Tech

TopicsNumber of QuestionsMarks
Mathematics4040
Physics2525
Chemistry2525
General Aptitude3030

For B.Tech in Bio-Technology

TopicsNumber of QuestionsMarks
Biology4040
Physics2525
Chemistry2525
General Aptitude3030

KEE 2019 Syllabus – PDF File

Now, as said, here is the KEE 2019 Syllabus PDF File. Candidates can view the same below and download it using the download button.

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KEE 2019 Preparation

Now that you have the syllabus, strategise your preparation. Thus, using the syllabus list the topics you are weak in and the topics you are strong in. Accordingly, divide your preparation. Here are few tips you can follow:

  1. Make a study plan and stick to it.
  2. Collect the study materials for sections.
  3. Practice from sample papers.
  4. Complete NCERT books first
  5. Practice questions from reference books
  • For important books and an ideal study timetable, click here.

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