COMEDK 2019 Syllabus

Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka has released the syllabus for COMEDK UGET 2019. Students who are seeking admission in the COMEDK in undergraduate engineering courses should go through the syllabus carefully before starting their preparation. The syllabus of COMEDK 2019 includes all the topics, subjects and units from which the questions will be asked in the examination. The subjects from which various topics are included in the syllabus are Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The candidates will be able to prepare properly by going through the syllabus. The online application form is already released on January 16, 2019 and the last date for submission is April 19, 2019.

Candidates can get admission in a total of 190 participating institutes through this exam. Around 20,000 seats are offered for qualified candidates of COMEDK 2019.

Exam Dates

The COMEDK UGET-2019 will be held on May 12, 2019. The online application form is available on the official website from January 16, 2019 to April 19, 2019.

The mock test will be available on the website from February 5, 2019. Candidates can get a fair idea of the exam pattern through mock test. The result will be declared on May 27, 2019.

Syllabus of COMEDK 2019

The detailed syllabus of the examination is provided by COMEDK through which candidates can get a fair idea of what topics to cover while preparing for the examination. The topics will be covered from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from 10+2 level or equivalent.


  1. Nuclear Chemistry
  • Nuclear Fission and Nuclear Fusion
  • Nuclear Reactions: Radioactive Disintegration Series
  • Radio Carbon Dating
  • Isotopes and their Applications
  1. Chemical Reactions and Chemical Kinetics
  • Rate of Reaction
  • Factors affecting rates of reaction
  • Effect of light of Rate of Reaction
  • Rate Law Expression
  • Elementary Reactions as Steps to more Complex Reactions
  • Instantaneous Rate of Reaction
  • Photochemical Reactions
  • Temperature Dependence of Rate Constant
  • Order of Reaction and Effect of Concentration
  • Mechanism of Reactions
  1. Bio-molecules
  • Structure and Classification of Peptides
  • Cell and Energy Cycle Carbohydrates
  • Structure of Protein and Role of Enzymes
  1. Coordination Chemistry
  • Coordination Compounds
  • Nomenclature
  • Application of Coordination Compounds
  1. Polymers
  • Classification on Polymers
  • Natural and Synthetic Polymers
  • Important uses of Teflon, PVC, Polystyrene, Nylon-66, Terylene, Bakelite.
  1. Chemistry in Action
  • Chemical in Medicines
  • Rocket Propellants
  • Dyes
  1. Environmental Chemistry
  • Environmental Pollutants in Soil, Air and Water
  • Major Atmospheric Pollutants: Acid Rain, Ozone and its Reactions causing Ozone Layer Depletion, Effects of the Depletion of Ozone Layer and Industrial Air Pollution


  1. Thermal and Chemical Effects of Current
  • Electric Power
  • Heating Effects of Current
  • Chemical effect of Current
  • Seebeck effect and Thermocouple
  • Simple concepts of Thermoelectricity
  1. Heat and Thermodynamics
  • First and Second Law of Thermodynamics
  • Thermal Expansion of Solids
  • Liquid and Gases and their specific Heats
  • Relationship between Cp and Cv
  • Thermodynamic processes
  • Carnot Efficiency Cycle of Heat Engines
  1. Wave and Oscillation
  • Electromagnetic waves and their Characteristics
  • Interference
  • Diffraction
  • Polarisation of light waves
  1. Motion in 2D and 3D
  2. Motion in One Dimension
  • Motion in straight line
  • Uniform and Non-Uniform Motion
  • Uniformly accelerated motion and its applications
  1. Electrostatics
  • Electric charge
  • Lines of Force
  • Conductors and Inductors
  • Capacitance


  1. Differential Calculus
  • Polynomials
  • Exponential functions
  • Limits
  • Continuity
  • Differentiation
  • Applications of Derivatives
  1. Circles
  • Different equations of circles
  • Equation of a Tangent
  • Equation of family of circles through intersection
  • Condition for intersecting circles to be Orthogonal
  1. Matrices and Determinants
  • Properties and evaluation of Determinants
  • Addition and Multiplication of Matrices
  • Test of Consistency and solution of Linear Equation
  1. Vector Algebra
  • Vectors and Scalars
  • Addition of vectors
  • Components of vectors
  • Scalar and vector product
  • Applications
  1. Differential Equations
  • Formation
  • Solution
  1. 3D Geometry
  • Coordinates
  • Section Formula
  • Skew Lines
  • Equation of a line
  1. Probability

Candidates should grow through the syllabus carefully before starting their preparation.

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