TANCET 2010 Question Paper
TANCET 2010 Question Paper contains 100 Multiple Choice Questions with 5 choices for every question. The question paper is designed to test the skill of the students in solving questions from the passage of the comprehension, mathematical problems and written English errors and in determining data sufficiency and ability of identifying data and apply it to business decisions.
TANCET 2010 is held every year by Anna University by Chennai, TAMILNADU. TANCET 2010 examination was held on 29th and 30th of May 2010. It is an entrance test conducted for admissions offered in various government and private universities across the state of Tamilnadu.
MCA Paper Pattern in TANCET 2010 Question Paper
The MCA question paper contains 100 Multiple Choice Questions with four alternative answers for each question. The question paper consists of questions from Analytical reasoning, Quantitative Ability, Computer awareness and Logical reasoning. There is suppose to be some questions on basic science and verbal ability.
M.E/ M.Tech/ M.Arch/ M. Plan Pattern:
For M.E/ M.Tech/ M.Arch/ M. Plan a candidate has to answer 115/120 Multiple Choice Questions. The question paper contains questions from Mathematics, Basic Engineering and Science and Specialization which includes topics like Mechanical Engg., Civil Engg., and Electrical Engg. Etc.
The duration of the TANCET 2010 Common Entrance test is for two hours. The entrance test question paper shall consist of three parts, i.e. Part 1 and Part 2are compulsory and the students have to choose any one subsection out of 14 in part 3 depending upon the specialization.
Part 1 Mathematics:
This part will have 30 objective type questions and the students should answer all the 30 questions.
Part 2 Basic Engineering and Sciences:
This part will have 45 objective type questions. The candidates should answer minimum of 30 questions. All the correct answers up to a maximum of 30 will be awarded 1 mark each and for all the wrong answers ¼ marks shall be deducted for each.
Part 3: Specializations:
This part will consist of 14 subsections for various disciplines, like civil, mechanical, etc. each subsection will have 40/45 objective type questions. The candidates have to choose any one subsection depending on the specialization, and to answer a minimum of 40 questions. All the correct answer up to a maximum of 40 will awarded 1 mark each for all the wrong answers ¼ mark shall be deducted for each
The 14 subsections are :
14 Subsection :
Civil Engineering and Geo Informatics
Mechanical Automobile and Aeronautical Engineering
Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Instrumentation
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Computer Science and Information Technology
Chemical Engineering and Biotech
Physical and Material Science
Probability and Statistics
Each Questions will have 4 alternative answers. The candidates are suppose to choose the correct answer. Every correct answer will be awarded 1 mark and for every wrong answer 1/4 mark shall be deducted. No deduction will be made for questions left unanswered, multiple shadings will be considered as wrong answer and 1/4 mark will be deducted.