Syllabus For Btech/B.Pharma/B.Pharma(Ayurved)
Mathematics
Sets, Relation and Functions 
Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations 
Matrices and Determinants 
Permutations and Combinations 
Mathematical Induction 
Binomial Theorem and Its Simple Applications 
Sequence and Series 
Limit, Continuity and Differentiability 
Integral Calculus 
Differential Equation 
Coordination Geometry: Straight Lines, Circles, Conic Sections 
Three Dimensional Geometry 
Vector Algebra 
Statistics and Probability 
Trigonometry 
Mathematical Reasoning 
Physics
Physics and Measurement 
Kinematics 
Laws of Motion 
Work, Energy and Power 
Rotational Motion 
Gravitation 
Properties of Solid and Liquid 
Thermodynamics 
Kinetic Theory of Gases 
Oscillation and Waves 
Electrostatics 
Current Electricity 
Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism 
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current 
Electromagnetic Waves 
Optics 
Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation 
Atom and Nuclei 
Electronic Device 
Communication System 
Hands on Skill (Experimental Skills) 
Chemistry
States of Matter 
Atomic Structure 
Some Basic Concept of Chemistry 
Redox Reactions and Electricity 
Chemical Kinetics 
Chemical Thermodynamics 
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 
Surface Chemistry 
Period of Properties and Classification of Elements 
Isolation of Principles and Methodology Method 
Sblock Elements 
Coordination Compound 
P Block Elements 
DF Block Elements 
Refined and Depiction of Organic Compound 
Environmental Chemistry 
Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry 
Oxygen containing Organic Chemistry 
Chemistry of Every Day Life 
Nitrogen Rich Organic Compounds 
Practical ChemistryRelated Principles 
Biology
Diversity in Living world 
Structural Organization in Animals and Plants 
Cell Structure and Function 
Plant Physiology 
Human Physiology 
Reproduction 
Genetics and Evolution 
Biology and Human Welfare 
Biotechnology and Its Application 
Ecology and Environment 
Syllabus for M.Tech
Syllabus for HPCET of M.tech is separated in three sections. In which section A & C are common for all branches and section B is vary on branch specialization.
Section AGeneral Aptitude (GA)  (Common to All Branches)
Section B – Branch wise Syllabus for M.Tech
Civil Engineering 

Engineering Mathematics 
Structural Engineering 
Geotechnical Engineering 
Water Resources Engineering 
Environmental Engineering 
Transportation Engineering 
Surveying 
Computer Science and Information Technology 

Engineering Mathematics 
Digital Logics 
Computer Organisation and Structure 
Programming and Data Structure 
Algorithm 
Theory of Computation 
Complier Design 
Operating System 
Database 
Information System and Software Engineering 
Computer Network 
Web Technologies 
Electronics and Communication Engineering 

Engineering Mathematics 
Networks 
Electronic Devices 
Analog Circuit 
Digital Circuit 
Signals and System 
Control Systems 
Communication 
Electromagnetic 
Electrical Engineering 

Engineering Mathematics 
Electric Circuit and Fields 
Signals and System 
Electrical Machines 
Power System 
Control Systems 
Electrical and Electronic Measurement 
Analog and Digital Electronics 
Power Electronics and Drives 
Mechanical Engineering 

Engineering Mathematics 
Engineering Mechanic 
Strength of Material 
Theory of Machines 
Vibrations 
Design 
Fluid Mechanics 
Heat Transfer 
Thermodynamics 
Applications 
Engineering Material 
Metal Casting 
Forming 
Joining 
Machining and Machine Tools Operation 
Metrology and Inspections 
Computer Integrated Manufacturing 
Production Planning and Control 
Inventory Control 
Operations Research 
Section C – (Common to All Branches)
Engineering Mathematics
Linear Algebra 
Calculus 
Complex Variable 
Vector Calculus 
Ordinary Differential Equation 
Partial Differential Equation 
Probability and Statistics 
Numerical Methods 
Syllabus for M.Pharma
Syllabus for HPCET of M.Pharma is separated in three sections. Syllabus of Section A is similar as M.Tech General Aptitude syllabus.
Section – B
PHARMACEUTICS
Micromeretics and Powder Rheology 
Viscosity and Rheology 
Dispersion System 
Liquid Doses Form 
Semisolid Dosage Forms 
Suppositories 
Pharmaceutical Aerosols 
Ophthalmic Preparations 
Capsules 
MicroEncapsulation 
Tablets 
Parenteral Products 
Packaging and Pharmaceutical Products 
Designing of Dosage Form 
Performance Evolution Method 
Biopharmaceutic 
Pharmacokinetics 
Clinical Pharmacokinetics 
Bioavailability and Bioequivalence 
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
Basic Principles 
Basic Principles of Pharmaceutical Analysis 
Chromatography 
PHARMACOLOGY
Basic Principles of Cell Injury and Adaptations 
Basic Mechanism involved in the process of inflammation and repair 
Immunopathophysiology 
Pathophysiology of Common Disease 
Fundamental of General pharmacology 
Pharmacology of Peripheral Nervous System 
Pharmacology of Central Nervous System 
Pharmacology Cardiovascular System 
Drug Acting on the Hemopoietic System 
Drug acting on urinary system 
Autacoids 
Drug Acting on the Respiratory System 
Drug acting on the Gastrointestinal Tract 
Pharmacology of Endocrine System 
Chemotherapy 
Principles of Toxicology 
Basic Concepts of Pharmacotherapy 
Important Diorders of organs, system and their management 
PHARMOCOGNOSY
Sources of Drugs 
Classification of Drugs 
Study of Medicinally Important plants 
Quality control of crude drugs 
Phytochemical Screening 
Glycoside containing Drug 
Alkaloid Containing Drug 
Enzymes: Diastase, Papain, Pepsin, Trypsin, Pancreatin 
Section – C
BIOCHEMISTRY
Biochemistry and Pharmaceutical Science 
Enzymes 
CoEnzymes 
The Citric Acid Cycle 
Lipid Metabolism 
Biological Oxidation 
Metabolism of Ammonia and Nitrogen containing monomers 
Purine Biosynthesis 
Biosynthesis of Nucleic Acid 
Mutation 
Genetic Code and Protein Synthesis 
MICROBIOLOGY
Structure and classification of Microbes and their taxonomy 
Identification of Microbes 
Control of Microbes by Physical and Chemical methods 
Sterilization 
Immunology and Immunological Preparations 
Genetic recombination 
Antibiotics 
PHARMACEUTICAL JURISPRUDENCE
Pharmaceutical Legislations 
Pharmaceutical Ethics 
Pharmacy Act 1948 
Drug and Cosmetic act 1940 and Rules 1945 
Medicinal and Toilet Preparation (Excise Duty) Act 1955 
Narcotics Drugs & Psychotropic Substance Act 1985 & Rules 
Drugs Price Control Order 
Poisons Act 1919 
Drug and Magic Remedies Act 1954 
Medical Termination of Pregnancy ACT 1970 & Rules 1975 
Prevention of Cruelty of Animal Act 1960 
States Shops & Establishment ACT & Rules 
Insecticides ACT 1968 
AICTE Act 
Factories Act 1948 
Minimum Wages ACT 1948 
Patent Act 1970 
Prescription/Non Prescription Products 
Medical/Surgical Accessories 
Diagnostic Aids and available appliances 
Syllabus for MCA
SectionA Verbal Ability: Vocabulary Based (Synonyms Antonyms), English Usage or Grammar, Sentence Correction, Fill in the blanks, Close Passage, Analogies or Reverse Analogies, Jumbled Paragraph, MeaningUsage Match, Summary Questions, Verbal Reasoning, Facts/Inferences/ Judgments, Reading Comprehension
SectionB Quantitative Ability: Geometry (Lines, angles, Triangles, Spheres, Rectangles, Cube, Cone etc.), Ratios and Proportion, Percentages, Inequations Quadratic and linear equations, Algebra, Profit & Loss Averages, Partnership (Accounts), TimeSpeedDistance, Work and time, Number system, HCF &LCM Geometric Progression, Arithmetic progression, Arithmetic mean, Geometric mean, Harmonic mean, Median, Mode, Number Base System, BODMAS, Menstruation, Allegation & Mixtures, Work, Pipes and Cisterns, Simple Interest & Compound Interest, Set Theory, Venn diagram, Installment Payments, Clocks, Probability, Permutations Combinations, Trigonometry, Vectors, Binomial Expansion, Coordinate geometry, Logarithm, Calendar, Maxima & Minima Progression, Surds & Indices, Complex numbers
SectionC Data Interpretation and Reasoning: There will be questions of data interpretation which will be mostly based of various graphs.
Graphs: Column graphs, Bar Graphs, Line charts, Pie Chart, Graphs representing Area, Venn diagram etc.
Reasoning: Critical reasoning, Visual reasoning, AssumptionPremiseConclusion, Assertion and reasons, Statements and assumptions, Identifying valid inferences, Identifying arguments, Statements and conclusions, Cause and Effect, Identifying probably true probably false, Definitely true definitely false kind of statement, Linear arrangements, Matrix arrangements (Puzzles, Syllogisms, Functions), Family tree  identifying relationship among group of people, Symbol Based problems, Coding and decoding, Sequencing etc
Computer Awareness (Only for MCA): Current Affairs, General Knowledge, Elements of computers, Number systems, Basic electronic gates, Boolean algebra, FlipFlops. Systems, Programming and Operating System, Fundamentals of ‘C’ language