BVP CET 2019 Syllabus
The candidates are asked to go through the syllabus before starting the preparation. The candidates will come to know about the important topics, subjects, chapters that are important for the exam.
The BVP has prescribed syllabus for the entrance exam. The syllabus will be as per the NCERT syllabus of class 11 and 12. All the questions asked will be based on the syllabus given.
The syllabus for BVP CET exam will be different for various courses and exams. For engineering, the syllabus will be connected to physics and mathematics of class 11 and 12. For medical, the physics, chemistry, and biology will be the crucial subjects. The question will be asked as per the course and exam selected.
The subjectwise syllabus is as follows:
Physics syllabus:
The physics syllabus contains the class 11^{th} and class 12^{th} syllabus for the entrance exam.
Class 11^{th} 
Class 12^{th} 
The Physical world and measurement 
Electrostatics 
Laws of motion 
Current electricity 
Kinematics 
Magnetic effects of current and magnetism 
Work, energy, and power 
Electromagnetic current and alternating current 
Gravitation 
Optics 
The motion of the system of particles and rigid body 
Atoms and nuclei 
Thermodynamics 
Dual nature of matter and radiation 
Behaviour of perfect gas and kinetic theory 
Electromagnetic waves 
Oscillations and waves 
Electronic devices 
Properties of bulk matter 

Chemistry syllabus:
Chemistry syllabus also contains the class 11^{th} and class 12^{th} subjects for the entrance exam.
Class 11^{th} 
Class 12^{th} 
Basic concepts of chemistry 
Solid state 
Structure of the atom 
Solution 
Classification of the elements and the periodicity in properties 
Electrochemistry 
States of matter: gases and liquids 
Chemical kinetics 
Chemical bonding and molecular structure 
Surface chemistry 
Thermodynamics 
pblock elements 
Redox reactions 
General principles and process of isolation of compounds 
Hydrogen 
d and f block elements 
Some p block elements 
Coordination compounds 
sblock element (alkaline earth metals) 
Alcohols, phenols, and ether 
Organic chemistry some basic principles 
Haloalkanes and haloarenes 
Hydrocarbons 
Aldehydes, ketones, and carboxylic nitrogen 
Environmental chemistry 
Organic compounds containing nitrogen 

Biomolecules 

Polymers and chemistry in everyday life 
Biology syllabus:
The biology syllabus pertains the medical courses and candidates have to prefer that syllabus to do better preparation for the exam.
Class 11^{th} 
Class 12^{th} 
Diversity in living world 
Reproduction 
Structural organisation in plants and animals 
Ecology and environment 
Cell structure & function 
Biology & human welfare 
Plant physiology 
Biotechnology & its applications 
Human physiology 
Genetics & evolution 
Mathematics syllabus:
The mathematics syllabus is conducted for the engineering courses, the candidates can do the best preparation of the engineering entrance exam by preferring the syllabus.
Partial fractions 
Elements of number theory 
Logarithms 
Vectors 
Mathematical induction 
Matrices and determination 
Summation of finite series 
Circles 
Theory of equations 
Conic sections 
Binomial theorem 
Differentiation 
Mathematical logic 
Integration 
Analytical geometry 
Complex numbers 
Limits and continuity 
Probabilities 
Trigonometry 
Inequalities 
Preparation books:
 Analytical reasoning by M.K.Pandey
 Objective General English by R.S. Aggarwal
 Logical and analytical reasoning by A.K.Gupta
Books for physics:
 The Concept of competition physics for CBSE by Aggarwals (PMT)
 Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov
 C. Verma for physics
Books for Mathematics:
 Objective Mathematics by R.D.Sharma
 General mathematics by Manohar Pandey
 Maths 11^{th} and 12^{th} by R.S.Aggrawal
 Hall and knight higher algebra