Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurved University - DSRRAU Entrance Test 2016

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DSRRAU Entrance Exam 2016

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurved University Jodhpur invites applications from the eligible candidates for admission to PAT / PHT / PUT & B.N.Y.S. Courses for the academic session 2016 – 2017.

DSRRAU 2016 Eligibility

A candidate must fulfill the following conditions for DSRRAU 2016 PAT / PHT / PUT & BNYS admission :

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Allotment of Place of Study :

DSRRAU 2016 Exam Scheme

DSRRAU 2016 Paper shall be divided as under :

Mode of Marking for DSRRAU 2016 Entrance Exam :

DSRRAU 2016 Exam Centre

Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurved University 2016 Examination Centres will be located in the cities :

DSRRAU 2016 Exam Seats

All the seats sanctioned by CCIM / CCH for a Government college and for a private college aided by Government of Rajasthan are known as state level seats :

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurved University 2016 All the seats of National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur are National level seats. These shall be filled on the basis of all India merit through PAT 2016. The admissions shall be as per Reservation Rules of Government of India :

S.No Percentage / Seats Category
1 Natural Born SC 15%
2 Natural Born ST 7.5%
3 Physically Handicapped 3%
4. 27% OBC
5. 10 seats Girls

Note : There is no seat reserved for admission of TADA candidates SBC candidate and wards of Defence Personnels / Para Military Personals at National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur.

Reservations on state level seats shall be as per orders of Government of Rajasthan.

S.No Percentage / Seats Category
1 16% SC ( Including 25% Girls & 3% Physically Handicapped )
2 12% ST ( Including 45% ST from Notified Tribal Areas, 25% Girls & 3% Physically Handicapped )
3 21% OBC ( Including 25% Girls & 3% Physically Handicapped )
4 1% SBC

General Seats

S.No Percentage / Seats Category
1 25% Girls
2 3% Physically Handicapped ( Only for lower limb { O.L. / B.L. } )
3 3 Seats Natural born offspring of defense personnel of Rajasthan origin ( One Seat each for Ayu.,Homeo.&Unani. )
4 2 Seats ( 1 seat each for Ay. &Hom. / U. ) Natural born offspring of paramilitary personnel of Rajasthan origin.

After deducting the state level seats of private unaided colleges, the remaining seats are called Management seats. In case reserved seats are not filled, the unfilled seats shall be transferred to General category seats.

For admission on a state level seat, the candidate must be one who belongs to Rajasthan.

DSRRAU 2016 Application Form

DSRRAU 2016 Online Registration

DSRRAU Online Registration will be available from 10th May, 2016 ( Tuesday ) to 31st May, 2016 ( Tuesday ) Upto 5:00 PM After 31st May, 2016 ( Upto 5:00 PM ) Online Registration will not be accepted.

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DSRRAU 2016 Syllabus

DSRRAU 2016 Syllabus for Physics

( M.K.S. rationalized system of units to be used )

UNIT 1 :

Dynamics of Rigid Bodies : Rotation of a rigid body, Torque, angular acceleration, angular momentum, moment of inertia, kinetic energy of rotation, M.I. of ring, statement of theorems of

UNIT 2 :

Surface Tension : Definition, angle of contact, capillarity, pressure difference across a spherical film. Determination of surface tension by capillary rise and Jaegerӳ methods.

Gravitation : Newtonӳ law of gravitation, gravitational cons Motion : Displacement, velocity and acceleration. Their graphical and mathematical representations.

UNIT 3 :

Kinetic Theory of Gases : Postulates of kinetic theory, derivation of pressure of a gas, interpretation of temperature. Vanderwallӳ equation. First Law ofat on Thermodynamics : pathisothermal,isobaricand Dependen isometric ( constant volume ) processes, specific heat of a g Stefanӳ Law, Newtonӳ Law of cooling, Black body spectrum, W

UNIT 4 :

Nature of Light : Light as wave motion, plane and spherical wavefronts, plane surface, Elementary idea of electromagnetic nature of light waves, quantum nature of light.

Superposition of Waves : Beats, interference, stationary waves in strings and pipes. Dopplerӳ Principle: light waves.

UNIT 5 :

Interference : Coherent Sources, Fresnelӳ biprism. Diffracti obstacle for plane wave on axial points. Rectilinear propagation of light, Zone plate.

X – Ray : Productions – Colidge tube, X – Ray spectra, characteristic X – Ray, uses of X – Ray, Radiation hazards ( biological effect law and its application to the field of uniformly charged spherical conductor, Electric potential and field potential at a point due to an electric dipole, dipole moment. Bio – Savartӳ Law : Statement and application the axis of a circular coil carrying current.

UNIT 6 :

Electrostatics : Fundamental forces of nature ( gravitational, electromagnetic and nuclear ), conservation and quantisation of charges. Coulomb’s law ( vector notation ), superpositioparallel and perpendicular axes and their simple applications. Compound pendulum as a rigid oscillating body and its time period.

Conservation Laws : Conservation of energy, momentum and angular momentum. Applications of conservation laws.

UNIT 7 :

Potentiometer : Principle and its application to

  1. Measurement of potential difference,
  2. Internal resistance of a cell,
  3. Calibration of voltmeter and ammeter.

Electromagnetic Induc electromagnetic induction, rotating coil in a magnetic field, alternating current, transformers, long distance transmission of power, dynamo and motors.

UNIT 8 :

Alternating Currents : R.M.S. and peak values of current and voltage, Phase relationship between voltage and current in a resistor, inductor and in a capacitor in parallel and in series combinations. Definition of impedance and reactance, experssions for instantaneous and average power in A.C. circuits (No derivations), Power factor, wattless current and Chock coil.

UNIT 9 :

Positive Ray Analysis : Positive rays, Thomson and Boinbridge mass spectrometer, Isotopes. Atomi theory of hydrogen spectrum and its shortcomings. quantum numbers ( total. orbital a exclusion principle, electron configuration in atoms. Matter Waves : De Broglie hypothesis, Davision and Germer Experiment. explanation of Bohrorbits. Radioactivity : Characteristics of alpha, beta and gamma rays,. Laws of disintegration, half and mean lives, radioisotopes and their uses.

UNIT 10 :

Magnetic Properties of Matter : Permeability, susceptibility, intensity of magnetisation and relation amongst them. Dia, para and ferromagnetic substances and their behaviour in magnetic field. Electronics: Thermionic emission, work function. characteristics of a diode, use of diode as a half and full wave rectifier, power supply, use of Triode, static characteristics and parameters, Triode as an amplifier, Semi – conductors and insulators, energy bands in solids ( descriptive idea only ), energy gap in insulators, intrinsic and extrinsic semi-conductors ( p – type and n – type ). PN Junction. Forward and Reverse bias characteristics.

DSRRAU 2016 Syllabus for Chemistry

UNIT 1 :

Development of Classical Model of an Atom : Bohr model of an quantisation of electronic energy d-Block Elements : General characteristics, Elementary idea about paramagnetism and diamagnetism. different oxidation states of levels, Spectral evidence for quantisation, Introductory concept of four quantum numbers, Pauliӳ exclusion-bauprinc principle, concept of the spatial distributions Hundӳ of sruleand probitals. Auf The Periodic Law : Long form of the Periodic Table, Electronic configuration and the Periodic Table, Periodicity in Properties, Elementary ideas about ionisation potential, electron, affinity, electronic gravity and atomic radius.

UNIT 2 :

Theory of Chemical Bonding : The ionic bond, characteristic properties of ionic compounds. The covalent bond, characteristic properties of covalent compounds, Introductory concept of overlapping of orbitals and ӦOacute; and “π” bonds, Coordinate bond, Oxidation number, Hybridisation as illustrated by common molecules line : NH3 H2O, CH4, C2H4 and C2H2

UNIT 3 :

Chemical Equilibrium and Ionic Equilibria: General ised expression of law of mass action; experimental method for verification of mass law, application to systems as N2 + 3H2 = 2NH3 : PCI3 = PCI3 + CI2; .N2 + O2 = 2NO Ionic Equilibria: Arrhenious theory, evidence in favour of dissociation theory, ionic product of water, hydrolysis, relation between hydrolysis constant; ionic product of water and dissociation constant; solubility product and its applications to analytical chemistry.

UNIT 4 :

Acids and Bases : Hydrogen and hydroxy1 ions in aqueous solution, Lewis concept of acids and bases. Theory of indicators for acid, alkali titrations, choice of indicators. Oxidation Reduction, ion electron concept. Balancing of equations by ion electron method.

UNIT 5 :

Metals : Nature of metallic bond. Occurrence of metals in nature General principles of metallurgy as illustrated by method used for the extraction of iron, copper, aluminium and silver from various types of ores.

s – Block Elements : General characteristics, Trends in variation of properties in periodic table of alkali and alkaline earth metals. transition elements as illustrated by chomium, manganese and iron.

UNIT 6 :

Classification of organic compounds, Nomenclature. Homologous series, Functional groups: Isomerism ( Position, chain, functional metamerism ). Preparation, Properties and uses of Benzene ( structure elucidation excluded ). Nitrobenzene. aniline and phenol.

UNIT 7 :

General method of preparation, properties and uses of alkanes ( upto 5 carbon atoms ). Isomerism of butanes and pentanes, Substitution reaction ( free radical mechanism ). Alkenes : General methods of preparation, properties and uses of Ethylene, Electrophilic addition ( mechanism ). Markownikoffӳ rule, per properties and uses, Acetylene : Addition reaction Polymerization.

UNIT 8 :

General methods of preparation, properties and uses of mono, di and tri – halogen derivatives, ( exluding unsaturated, upto 2 carbon atoms, Haloform reaction, synthetic uses of alkyl halides, Polarity of carbon-halogen bond : Elementary concept of nuclephilic substitution. General methods of preparation, properties and uses of the alcohols with reference to methyl and ethyl alcohol : Absolute alcohol and power alcohol, Fermentation.

UNIT 9 :

General methods of preparation, properties and uses of ether with reference to diethylether. General methods of preparation, properties and uses of aldehydes and ketones with reference to formaldehyde, acetaldehyde and acetone. Polymerization and condensation reaction ( No Mechanism ). Similarity and distinction between aldehydes and ketones, idea of mechanism of nucleophilic addition to carbonyl groups.

UNIT 10 :

General methods of preparation, properties and uses of monocarboxylic acids with reference to formic and acetic acids. Derivative of fatty acids; acetyl chloride, acetamide, acetic anhydride and ethylacetate. General methods of preparation, properties and uses of aliphatic amines with reference to methyl and ethylamines, Urea.

DSRRAU 2016 Syllabus for Biology

UNIT 1 :

Dignostic characters of the major plant groups : procaryota, Eucaryota – Thallophyta ( Algae, Fungi ), Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, Spermatophyta ( Gymnosperms and Angiosperms ); main branches of Botany.

UNIT 2 :

Mendelӳ laws of inheritancenance, physical and chemical : Incomplete properties; structure and chief domifunctions of the main organelles cell cycle, mitosis, meiosis, structure and chemistry of chromosomes.

UNIT 3 :

Mendelӳ laws of inheritance : cross; Incompletemonohybridanddihybriddominance,rations. test cr

UNIT 4 :

Primary structure and normal secondary growth in dicot root and stem and primary structure in monocot root and stem; internal structure of isobilateral and dorsiventral leaves.

UNIT 5 :

Lower Plant : Distribution, structure; life – history and systematic position of the following taxa :

  1. Viruses, Mycoplasma and Bacteria a general account
  2. Algae : Ulothrix
  3. Fungi : Albugo
  4. Bryophyta : Riccia
  5. Pteridophyta : Pteridium

UNIT 6 :

Higher : Life history of Capsella.
Medical Plant : Medicine obtained, their uses, plant parts from which they are obtained in the following plants : Rauvolfia serpentina, Curcuma longa, papaver sommniferum,Ferula asafoetida and Cinchona officinalis.

UNIT 7 :

Diagnostic characteristics, generalized floral diagrams and formulae and 5 – 10, economically important plants of the following families : Cruciferae, Malvaceae, Leguminosae, Solanaceae and Liliaceae.

UNIT 8 :

Aims and scope of ecology : Ecosystem concept : plant adaptation, hydrophytes, halophytes xerophytes and mesophytes.

UNIT 9 :

Elementary principles of plant physiology – I : Osmosis, Absorption of water passive and active : ascent of sap transpiration and guttation, Photosynthesis : Mechanism and main factors affecting it

UNIT 10 :

Elementary principles of plant physiology – II : Osmosis respiration – types : fermetation, respiratory quotiet glycolsis ( EMP pathway ) ; Krebs cycle ( main step only ), oxidative phosphorylation; facotrs effecting respiration, fermentation, growth hormones; plant movements.

DSRRAU 2016 Syllabus for Zoology

UNIT 1 :

Protoplasm : Inorganic constituents, Organic, constituents ( carbohydrates, liquids, proteins, nucleic acids ).

UNIT 2 :

Ultra structure of a typical animal cell. Functions of cell organells, Cell division : mitosis and meiosis. Glycolysis and Krebs cycle.

UNIT 3 :

Habits, habitat, structure and life processes ofAmoeba. Habitat, habits and structure of plasmodium including life cycle.

UNIT 4 :

Habits, habitat, structure and life cycle of Hydra and Ascaris.

UNIT 5 :

Habits, habitat, structure and life processes of Pheretima and Periplaneta.

UNIT 6 :

Development Biology : (a) Basic features of Development in animals, formation of gametes, structure of ovum, type of eggs, examples of insect, frog, chick and Mammalian eggs; structure of sperm; fertilization; cleavage and significance; types of gastrulation, significance of gastrulation.

UNIT 7 :

Anatomy, history and Physilogy of the following in Rabbit :

  1. Integumentary system
  2. Digestive system
  3. Respiratory system
  4. Circulatory system
  5. Musculature of limbs

UNIT 8 :

Anatomy and physoilogy of the following in rabbit

  1. Excretory system
  2. Reproductive system
  3. Elementary idea of different endocrine glands.
  4. Receptor organs ( eye and ear )
  5. Nervous system : Central nervous system ( Brain and spinal cord ), Peripheral nervous system ( Cranial and spinal nerves ), autonomic nervous system.

UNIT 9 :

Classification of animal Kingdom, mentioning only the general characteristics of the following phyta and classes with example ( avoid details ) : Non – Chordata :

  1. Protozoa Sarcodina Flagellata, Sporozoa, Ciliata.
  2. Porifera Calcaria, Hexactinellida, Demospongia.
  3. Coelenterata Hydrozoa, Seypeozoa, Actinozoa.
  4. Platyhelminthes Turbellaria, Trematoda, Cestoda.
  5. Anneliaba Oligochacta, Arachinda, Myripoda, Insecta.
  6. Ecoinodermata Asteroidea, Crinoidea.
  7. Mollusca Bivalvia, Gastropoda, Cephalopoda.
  8. Minorphyla Ctenophora.

UNIT 10 :

General characters of the phylum Chordata and classification upto classes with Characters and examples ( avoid details )

  1. Protochordata Hemi, Uro and Cephalo Chordata.
  2. Pisces Elasmobranchiil and Teleosts.
  3. Amphibia
  4. Reptilia
  5. Aves
  6. Mammalia

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DSRRAU 2016 Results

DSRRAU 2016 Exam Date

Dr Sarvepali Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurved University Entrance Exam will be conducted on 24th June, 2016.

DSRRAU 2016 Result

DSRRAU Results likely to be declared in the month of July, 2016.

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DSRRAU 2016 Important Dates

Event Date
DSRRAU Online Registration will be available from 10th May, 2016
( Tuesday )
Last Date of DSRRAU Online Registration 3rd June, 2016
( Tuesday )
Upto 5:00 PM
DSRRAU Entrance Exam 24th June, 2016
( Friday )

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurved University 2016 Exam Schedule :

Day & Date Time Subject
24th June, 2016
( Friday )
8:00 AM to 11:00 AM Physics, Zoology,

Contact Details

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurved University,
Kadwad, Jodhpur – Nagaur Road,
Jodhpur – 342 037, Rajasthan,
Telephone no : 0291 – 5153754 / 755,
Email : rau_jodhpur@yahoo.co.in,
Website : www.raujodhpur.org, www.dsrrau.org

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