COMEDK syllabus is one of the important reference tools for candidates who are gearing up to appear for the entrance exam. In fact, the first step towards preparation for COMEDK UGET is to go through the syllabus. Candidates need to get a clear idea of the syllabus and its content in order to prepare effectively for the exams and if they want to stay ahead amidst the intense competition. In general, a syllabus is an instructive tool that offers the required guidance to achieve academic success. It offers several benefits wherein candidates who go through the syllabus will gain detailed information about many things like important topics, objectives of each chapter and the entire course, chapter names, etc.
The syllabus is prescribed by Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka. However, the syllabus for COMEDK 2019 is based on the syllabus of 1st and 2nd PUC or equivalent 11tth and 12 standard syllabi. The syllabus describes all the topics and concepts that are important for the final examination.
Key Highlights Of COMEDK Syllabus 2019
 When candidates go through the syllabus they will get a clear understanding of the entire course structure and its scope and requirements.
 The syllabus further contains a lot of details for exams (exam pattern, weightage of marks, types of questions ), review sessions, assignments, and other information.
 The syllabus provides learners with essential information, help them anticipate questions and get the right logistical information.
 Syllabus acts as a guide in helping candidates clearly know about the subject material.
 Helps eliminate confusion.
As the syllabus holds great significance in a candidatesâ€™ education journey we have provided complete details of the 2019 syllabus below.
COMEDK UGET 2019 Syllabus for Physics
Comedk Uget 2019 Syllabus For ChemistryComedk Uget 2019 Syllabus For MathematicsCOMEDK UGET 2019 Exam PatternAlong with the syllabus, it is also important for candidates to know about the COMEDK exam pattern. During their preparation, aspirants should have a clear idea of how the exam is going to be and conducted. Then only they will be able to properly plan and study accordingly. The exam pattern is provided in the table below to help students understand the things related to the exam in a better way. The exam pattern contains information about the number of questions, type of questions, time duration of the exam and other exam details.Â The detailed COMEDK exam pattern for both medical and engineering courses is given in the table below.Â The marking scheme for COMEDK exam is given in the table below.
Units 
Chapter Names 
Motion in Two and Three Dimensions 
 Scalars and Vectors
 Vector Addition
 Real Number
 Zero Vector and its Properties
 Resolution of Vectors
 Scalar and Vector Products
 Uniform Circular Motion and its Applications
 Projection Motion

Heat and Thermodynamics 
 Thermal Expansion of Solids
 Liquids and Gases and their Specific Heats
 Relationship between Cp and Cv for Gases
 First Law of Thermodynamics
 Thermodynamic Processes
 Second Law of Thermodynamics
 Carnot Cycle Efficiency of Heat Engines

Oscillations 
 Heating Effects of Current
 Electric Power
 Simple Concept of ThermoElectricity
 Seebeck Effect and Thermocouple
 Chemical Effect of Current Faradayâ€™s Laws of Electrolysis

Electrostatics 
 Electric Charge â€“ it’s unit and conservation
 Coulomb’s Law
 Dielectric Constant
 Electric Field
 Lines of Force
 Field due to Dipole and its behaviour in a uniform electric field.
 Electric Flux
 Gaussâ€™s Theorem and its applications
 Electric Potential, Potential due to a Point Charge.
 Conductors and Inductors
 Distribution of Charge on Conductors
 Capacitance
 Parallel Plate Capacitor
 Combination of Capacitors
 Energy of Capacitor

Thermal and Chemical Effects of Currents 
 Heating Effects of Current
 Electric Power
 Simple Concept of ThermoElectricity
 Seebeck Effect and Thermocouple
 Chemical Effect of Current Faradayâ€™s Laws of Electrolysis

Motion in One Dimension 
 Description of Motion in One Dimension Motion in a Straight Line
 Uniform and NonUniform Motion â€“ Graphical Representation
 Uniformly Accelerated Motion and its application.

Units 
Chapter Names 
Chemical Reactions and Chemical Kinetics 
 Rate of Reaction
 Instantaneous Rate of Reaction and Order of Reaction
 Factors Affecting Rates of Reactions â€“ Factors Affecting the Rate of Collisions Encountered Between the Reactant Molecules, Effect of Temperature on Reaction Rate, Concept of Activation Energy Catalyst.
 Effect of Light of Rates of Reactions.
 Elementary Reactions as Steps to more Complex Reactions.
 How Fast are Chemical Reactions?
 Rate Law Expression
 Order of a Reaction
 Units of Rates and Specific Rate Constant
 Order of Reaction and Effect of Concentration
 Temperature Dependence of the Rate Constant
 Fast Reactions
 Mechanism of Reaction
 Photochemical Reactions

Biomolecules 
 Cell and Energy Cycle Carbohydrates: Carbohydrates, Monosaccharides, Saccharides, Polysaccharides, Amino Acid
 Peptides â€“ Structure and Classification
 Proteins and Enzymes â€“ Structure of Proteins, Role of Enzymes.

Nuclear Chemistry 
 Nature of Radiation from Radioactive Substances
 Nuclear Reactions: Radioactive Disintegration Series
 Artificial Transmutation of Elements
 Nuclear Fission and Nuclear Fusion
 Isotopes and their Applications
 Radiocarbon Dating

Polymers 
 Synthetic and Natural Polymers Classification on Polymers
 Natural and Synthetic Polymers
 Important Uses of Teflon, PVC, Polystyrene, Nylon66, Terylene, Bakelite.

Coordination Chemistry 
 Coordination Compounds
 Nomenclature: Isomerism in Coordination Compounds, Bonding in Coordination Compounds, Wernerâ€™s Coordination Theory
 Applications of Coordination Compounds

Chemistry in Action 
 Dyes
 Chemical in Medicines (antipyretic, analgesic, antibiotics & tranquilizers)
 Rocket Propellants (Structural Formulae Non – Evaluative)

Environmental Chemistry 
 Environmental Pollutants: Soil, Air and Water
 Major Atmospheric Pollutants: Acid Rain, Ozone and its Reactions causing Ozone Layer Depletion, Effects of Depletion of Ozone Layer, Industrial Air Pollution.

Units 
Chapter Names 
Differential Equations 
 Differential Equations, Ordinary Differential Equation â€“ Their Order and Degree
 Formation of Differential Equations
 Solution of Differential Equations by the Method of Separation of Variables.
 Solution of Homogeneous and Linear Differential Equations and those of type d2y = f(x) dx2.

Differential Calculus 
 Polynomials, Rational, Trigonometric, Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
 Inverse Functions
 Graphs of Simple Functions
 Limits
 Continuity: Differentiation of the Sum, Difference, Product and Quotient of Two Functions
 Differentiation of Trigonometric, Inverse Trigonometric, Logarithmic, Exponential, Composite and Implicit Functions, Derivatives of Order Up to Two.
 Applications of Derivatives: Rate of Change of Quantities, Monotonic Increasing and Decreasing Functions, Maxims and Minimum Functions of One Variable, Tangents and Normals, Rolleâ€™s and Lagrangeâ€™s Mean Value Theorems.

Vector Algebra 
 Vectors and Scalars
 Addition of Vectors
 Components of a Vector in Two Dimensions and Three Dimensional Space
 Scalar and Vector Products
 Scalar and Vector Triple Product
 Application of Vectors to Plane Geometry

Matrices and Determinants 
 Determinants and Matrices of Order Two and Three
 Properties of Determinants
 Evaluation of Determinants
 Area of Triangles Using Determinants
 Addition and Multiplication of Matrices
 Adjoint and Inverse of Matrix
 Test of Consistency and Solution of Similar Linear Equations using Determinants and Matrices.

Circles 
 Standard Form of Equation of a Circle
 General Form of Equation of a Circle, its radius and centre
 Equation of a Circle when the End Points of a Diameter are Given.
 Points of Intersection of a Line and a Circle with the Centre at the Origin and Conditions for a Line to be Tangent to the Circle
 Equation of the Tangent
 Equation of a Family of Circles through the Intersection of Two Circles
 Condition for Two Intersecting Circles to be Orthogonal.

Three Dimensional Geometry 
 Coordinates of a Point in Space
 Distance Between Two Points
 Section Formula
 Direction Ratios and Direction Cosines
 Angle between Two Intersecting Lines
 Skew Lines â€“ The Shortest Distance between them and its Equation.
 Equations of a Line and a Plane in Different Forms: Intersection of a Line and a Plane, Coplanar Lines, Equation of a Sphere, Its Centre and Radius.
 Diameter form of the Equation of a Sphere.

Probability 
 Probability of an Event
 Addition and Multiplication Theorems of Probability and their Application
 Conditional Probability: Bayes Theorem
 Probability Distribution of a Random Variate
 Binomial and Poisson Distributions and their Properties.

Course Targeted By Candidates 
No. Of Question Papers 
Type Of Question Papers 
No. Of Questions (Subjectwise) 
Time Duration 
No. Of Questions (Paperwise) 
Engineering courses 
1 
Single Paper: Physics, Chemistry & Maths 
60 questions each 
3 hours 
180 
Medical or Dental courses 
2 
Paper 1: Physics & Chemistry 
60 questions each 
2 hours 
120 
Paper 2: Biology & English 
60 questions in Biology & 30 questions in English 
1 hour 30 minutes 
90 
Both streams 
2 
Paper 1: Physics, Chemistry & Maths 
60 questions each 
3 hours 
180 
Paper 2: Biology & English 
60 questions in Biology & 30 questions in English 
1 hour 30 minutes 
90 
For each correct answer 
+1 marks 
For each incorrect answer 
0 marks 
For each unanswered question 
0 marks 
For more than one answers 
0 marks 
FAQ  COMEDK Syllabus
Which subject is the toughest?
As per the feedback provided by the candidates appearing for the exam and the analysis done Physics is said to be the toughest.
In what medium will the examination be conducted?
According to the latest paper pattern, the examination will be conducted in English medium only.
How is the COMEDK syllabus prepared?
The COMEDK syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics is mostly based on the syllabus of 11th/12th standard/2nd PUC.
What is the mode of COMEDK exam?
The exam is conducted via (online) a computer test mode.