IIITH PGEE Syllabus 2017
IIITH PGEE Syllabus 2017 for all disciplines will be released by IIIT Hyderabad for candidates who will be appearing in the entrance exam in April. They can know topics that have to be studied from IIITH PGEE 2017 Syllabus. The detailed IIITH PGEE Syllabus for all specializations for admissions to M.Tech programmes offered by the International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad can be checked on this page. General Aptitude section is mandatory along with the chosen subject paper out of six disciplines offered by the Institute.
IIITH PGEE Syllabus 2017 for Mathematics:
Finite Dimensional Linear Vector Space
Linear Independence, Span, Basis, Orthonormal Set, Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization Process, Inner Product, Dual Space, Eigen Space, Rank of a Matrix, Cayley-Hamiltonian Theorem, Similar Matrices, Linear Operator, Hermetian, Unitary and Normal Matrices, Spectral Decomposition
Group, Ring and Field
Basic Concepts of Groups, Cyclic Group, Cosets, Elementary Concepts of Rings and Fields
Concepts of sets of Real numbers, Sequence of Real Numbers, Continuous and Diﬀerentiable Functions, Rolle’s Theorem, Mean Value Theorem and Taylor Series, Reimann Integration
Conditional Probability, Bayes Theorem, Random variable, PDF and CDF, Moment Generating Function, Theoretical Distribution (Binomial, Poisson, Normal, Uniform and Hyper geometric)
Analytic functions, Integration, Cauchy’s Integral Theorem, Cauchy’s Integral formula, Taylor and Laurent Series, Residue, Contour Integration
Ordinary Diﬀerential Equation
Equation of First order and First Degree, Second order Linear Equation with Constant coeﬃcients
Linear Programming Problem
Fundamental Programming Concepts
Basic Data Structures (arrays, lists, stacks, and queues)
Basic algorithms (sorting and searching)
Digital Building Blocks (AND/OR/NAND/XOR Gates)
Capability to write programs in C or C++ is expected
Relational Databases (Functional dependencies, SQL)
IIITH PGEE Syllabus 2017 for Electronics and Communications Engineering:
There will be equal number of questions in Part A (Electronics) and Part B (Signal Processing and Communication). Both the parts have to be attempted as shortlisting will be on the basis of combined score.
Part A – Electronics
Nodal and mesh analysis, Wye-Delta transformation, steady state sinusoidal analysis, time and frequency domain analysis of RLC circuits, Laplace transformations, 2-port networks, Transfer functions
Theory and Characteristics of Diodes such as Junction and Zener etc, Transistors such as BJT, JFET, and MOSFET etc, Photodiodes
Small signal models and applications of diodes, BJTs, MOSFETs, Biasing of transistors, Types of Amplifiers, Op-amp circuits, Filters, Oscillators, Function generators and wave-shaping circuits
Boolean algebra, logic gates, Logic families, combinational, arithmetic, memory and sequential circuits, ADC, Microprocessors and Microcontrollers
Components of control systems, Open and closed loop control systems, stability analysis, Routh-Hurwitz Criteria, Signal flow graphs, transient and steady state analysis of LTI control systems including frequency response, Root loci, Bode and Nyquist plots, lead and lag compensation, PID control
Part B - Signal Processing and Communications
Signals and Systems
Classification of signals, LTI system analysis, System properties, Fourier Series, Fourier Transform, discrete time Fourier series , Laplace Transform, Z-transform, System transfer function, Fourier analysis of LTI systems, Sampling theorem
Probability theory and random processes
random variables, probability distribution function, probability density function, conditional probability, Bayes theorem, central limit theorem, functions of random variables, random processes, stationary random processes, auto-correlation and cross-correlation functions, power spectrum
Analog and Digital Modulation and demodulation, Superheterodyne Receivers, Quantization, Line Coding, Matched filters, Receiver structures in the presence of AWGN, Probability of error
Digital Signal Processing
Discrete Fourier transform, FFT, Z-transform, Z-domain analysis of LTI systems, Circular convolution, Design of digital IIR and FIR filters
Basics of Electromagnetics, Vector calculus, Maxwell’s equations, Wave equation, Transmission lines, matching networks, S-parameters, Basics of waveguides, optical fibers, and Antennas
IIITH PGEE Syllabus 2017 for Structural Engineering
Bending moments and shear forces in beams
Stress and strain relations
Simple bending theory
Flexural and shear stresses
Analysis of trusses and frames
Analysis of indeterminate structures by force/displacement methods
Matrix methods of structural analysis
Working and limit state design concepts
Design of compression members
Beam, slab, footing, staircases, basic concepts of prestressed concrete
Riveted and welded joints
Steel beam column connections
Plate girders and design of base plate
Engineering Mathematics: Determinants, matrices, limit, continuity and differentiability, mean value theorems, integral calculus, partial derivatives, maxima and minima, ordinary differential equations and applications, initial and boundary value problems, Laplace and Fourier transforms, test for convergence, sequences and series
IIITH PGEE 2017 Syllabus for Computational Natural Sciences and Bioinformatics
Mechanics and General Properties of Matter, Electricity and Magnetism, Kinetic theory and Thermodynamics, Modern Physics, Solid State Physics, Devices and Electronics
Physical Chemistry: Atomic Structure, Theory of Gases, Chemical Thermodynamics, Chemical and Phase Equilibria, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics
Organic Chemistry :Basic Concepts in Organic Chemistry and Stereochemistry,Aromaticity and Huckel's rule,Heterocyclic Chemistry, Qualitative Organic Analysis
Inorganic Chemistry: Periodic Table, Chemical Bonding and Shapes of Compounds, Main Group Elements (s and p blocks), Transition Metals (d block), Analytical Chemistry
Biology & Bioinformatics Section
General Biology, Biochemistry and Physiology, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology
Sequence Analysis, Sequence Alignments, Phylogeny, Gene Prediction, Structural Biology
IIITH PGEE Syllabus for Computational Linguistics
Morphology- Words and how they are formed. What is morphology ? Basic building blocks in morphology- morphemes
Word formation - function based. Other word formation processes - affixation, suffixation, etc. Morphotactics - constraints on affixation, Morpho-phonology, Computational morphology - FSA, paradigms, etc.
Word-Classes and part of speech tagging
Lexicography, Syntax, Syntactic structure, Dependency structure, Grammar formalisms
Semantics, Lexical semantics, Sentential semantics
Students should be able to analyse natural language texts in terms of morphology and basic grammatical structures.
Reference Books for Computational Linguistics
1. Natural Language Processing - A Paninian Perspective by Akshar Bharathi, Vineet Chaitanya, Rajeev Sangal
2. Linguistics - An intro to Language and Communication by Adrian Akmajian, Richard Demers, Ann Farmer and Robert Harnish
3. Linguistics - An intro to Linguistic Theory by Victoria Fromkin
4. Linguistics - An introduction by Andrew Radford, Martin Atkinson, David Britian, Harald Clahsen and Andrew Spencer
Careers360 will provide the latest IIITH PGEE 2017 Syllabus on this page as soon as the Institute releases it.
Candidates can also check below Test Pattern of IIITH PGEE 2017-
Test takers will be given three hours to answer the questions.
IIITH PGEE 2017 will comprise two papers – General Aptitude Paper and Subject Paper each (one and a half hours each)
No marks will be deducted for wrong answers in IIITH PGEE 2017.
Paper I: General Aptitude Paper
This is a mandatory paper that will comprise objective type questions. Candidates will be given a total of one and half hours to complete it.
This paper will test candidates on basic aptitude, logical reasoning, computer knowledge and Mathematics.
Note: Candidates will have to secure more than the prescribed cutoff in this paper for their evaluation in paper II (subject paper).
Paper II: Subject Paper
This paper will be held for six disciplines (specified below). Questions will be objective/subjective, and candidates will be given one and half hours to complete it.
*The article above is based on last year’s official notifications. It will be updated as soon as the official notifications are made for this year.
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