**Updated On - October 11th 2018**

BIT MCA 2019 is an online computer based test. The time duration to complete the examination is 2 hours. The test is comprised of objective type questions. Students are advised to answer the questions carefully because for every wrong answer marks will be deducted.

BIT MCA 2019 test consist a total number of 120 questions which is asked from the four different subjects- Mathematics, English, Computer Awareness and Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning. Except for Mathematics section each of the section carries 80 marks whereas, Mathematics section carries 240 marks.

Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra conducts BIT MCA entrance test every year for the screening of those candidates who are seeking admission in full-time MCA programme. After applying for the entrance test, students can get admission in various campuses located at Lalpur, Jaipur and Noida.

Exam Mode | Online (Computer Based) |

Number of Papers | 4 |

Number of Section | 4 (Mathematics, English, Computer Awareness and Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning) |

Question Paper Type | Objective Type |

BIT MCA 2019 Total Marks | 480 total marks (Mathematics (240 marks) and English (80 marks), Computer Awareness (80 marks) and Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning (80 marks)) |

Exam Duration | 2 hours |

Exam Language | English |

For the better preparation of the examination, students must know about the examination pattern. In the paper, there are four options for every question that candidates are required to mark. The time duration to complete the exam is 2 hours. The paper is divided into four sections i.e. Mathematics, English, Computer Awareness and Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning.

• The examination mode is online i.e. it is a computer-based test

• Students can easily get the BIT MCA entrance exam syllabus on the official portal. They can download and start practice accordingly.

• The questions are of the objective type which is based on the latest syllabus.

Mathematics | 60 | 40 |

English | 20 | 80 |

Computer Awareness | 20 | 80 |

Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning | 20 | 80 |

Total | 120 | 480 |
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• For every correct answer, students will be awarded 4 marks.

• For every wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted from the total marks. That’s why candidates must read the questions properly before answering.

• No marks will be deducted for the un-attempted questions.

BIT MCA 2019 Syllabus is very important for the better preparation of the entrance exam. They can refer BITS official website for the preparation of the exam. Students are advised to go through each and every topic of the syllabus. The questions are asked from the four different subjects such as Mathematics, English, Computer Awareness and Analytical Ability & Logical Reasoning. The paper is divided into four different sections.

The following is the detailed syllabus of all the four different section :

Algebra |
• Fundamental operations in Algebra • Expansion • Factorization • Quadratic Equations • Indices • Logarithms • Arithmetic • Geometric and Harmonic Progressions • Binomial Theorem • Surds |

Set Theory |
• Sets and subsets • Operations on Sets • Sequences • Properties of integers • Relations and functions |

Matrix Algebra |
• Elementary Transformations • Rank • Solution of simultaneous linear equations • Eigenvalues and eigenvectors • Quadratic forms |

Co-Ordinate Geometry |
• Rectangular Cartesian coordinates • Equations of a line • Scaling • Rotation • Simple geometric transformations such as translation • Ellipse and Hyperbola • Parabola • Pair of straight lines • Distance formulae • Equations of a Circle • Intersections • Mid-point |

Calculus |
• Limit of functions • Continuous functions • Differentiation of function • Tangents and normal’s • Simple examples of maxima and minima • Integration of function by parts by substitution and by partial fraction • Definite integral application to volumes and surfaces of frustums of a sphere • Cone • Cylinder • Taylor Series |

Differential Equations |
• Differential equations of first order and their solutions • Linear differential equations with constant coefficients • Homogenous linear differential equations |

Vectors |
• Position Vector • Addition and subtraction of vector • Scalar and vector products and their applications to simple geometrical problems and mechanics |

Trigonometry |
• Simple identities • Trigonometric equations • Properties of triangles • Solution of triangles • Height and distance • Inverse function |

Probability and Statistics |
• Basic concepts of probability theory • Averages • Dependent and independent events • Frequency distributions and measures of dispersions • Skewness and kurtosis • Random variable and distribution functions • Normal distributions • Curve fitting and principle of least squares • Mathematical expectations • Binomial • Poisson • Correlation and regression |

Linear Programming |
• Formulation of simple linear programming problems • Basic concepts of graphical and simplex methods • Revised simplex method • Transportation and assignment problems • Duality and integer programming |

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• Use of articles and prepositions |

2 |
• Idioms and phrases |

3 |
• Synonyms |

4 |
• Reading comprehension |

5 |
• Expansion of an idea |

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• Sentence sequence |

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• Completion of a sentence |

8 |
• Choice of appropriate word to fill in the blanks |

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• Abridging sentences / paragraphs |

Computer Basics |
• Organization of a computer • Central Processing Unit (CPU) • Structure of instructions in CPU • Input / output devices • Computer memory • Memory organization • Back-up devices |

Date Representation |
• Representation of characters • Integers and fractions • Binary and hexadecimal representations • Binary Arithmetic • Addition • Subtraction • Division • Multiplication • 1’s and 2’s complement arithmetic • Floating point representation of numbers • Normalized floating point representation • Boolean algebra • Truth tables • Venn diagrams |

Computer Architecture |
• Block structure of computers • Communication between processor and I / O devices • Interrupts |

Flowchart and Algorithms |
• Assembly language and high-level language • Multiprogramming and time-sharing operating systems • Computer Programming in C |

Operating Systems |
• Evolution of operating systems • Types of operating systems • Functions of an operating system • Modern operating systems |

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• Logical Reasoning |

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• Quantitative Reasoning |

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• Visio-Spatial Reasoning |