Best ECET preparation books list: ECET is a common entrance test would be completely designated as the Engineering Common Entrance Test and this test is for the diploma holders and for the degree holders in short such as B. Sc maths, FDH and so on. This test will be conducted by the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Kakinada on behalf of the Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher education for each and every year.
ECET 2017 Preparation books
In order to prepare for all subjects and to get through the ECET exams with successful aspects, several ECET 2017 preparation books has been provided. Some of the essential reference and best engineering ECET preparation book list would compute, Network analysis, Solutions of Network analysis, Engineering Circuit analysis, Graph Theory, Circuit Theory, Electric circuits, electronic Devices and Circuits is available on this page.
We have listed some of the best books for ECET exam preparation
|Books name||Author name|
|Network Analysis||Van Valken Burg|
|Solutions of Network Analysis||GK Publications|
|Engg. Circuit Analysis||Hayt and Kemmerly|
|Network Analysis||Soni and Gupta|
|Graph Theory||Narsing Deo (Cutset and Others)|
|Circuit Theory||Roy Choudary (Networks and Systems)|
|Electric Circuits||Schaum’s Series|
|Network Theory||Prof Yoganarasimhan|
|Electronic Devices Circuits||Boylested and Neshelsky|
|Solution to lrodov’s problems in General Physics ( Volume – II )||Abhay Kumar Singh|
|A Companion||N.N lnamdar|
|Concepts of Physics ( Volume – I) ( English ) 1st Edition ( Paperback )||H C Verma|
|Objective Type Questions and Answers in Chemical Engineering Paperback||Gupta O P|
ECET Exam pattern
Paper pattern for ECET exam has been revealed. The entrance exam is scheduled and is going to be for 3 hours in duration and the question paper would consist of a total of 200 questions as per the scheme of entrance.
Each and every question provided in the test question paper would be of objective type with only multiple choices. Each question would carry one mark and the timings of the test would generally be in the morning session, which would be about 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.
The subjects for the ECET entrance test would cover engineering subjects such as maths, physics, chemistry and separate branch subjects for core engineering such as civil, electrical, mechanical, electronics and communication, computer science, chemical, metallurgical, mining, electronics & instrumentation, ceramic technology, and bio-technology.
For B. Sc and Pharmacy, the test subjects would include mathematics, analytical ability, communicative English, pharmaceutics, pharmaceutical chemistry, Pharmacognosy and pharmacology.