TBJEE 2022 Syllabus – Link to Download Pdf

TBJEE 2022 Syllabus – Tripura Board releases TBJEE syllabus on the official website, tbjee.nic.in. It is released along with the brochure. Candidates must be well versed in the syllabus. Preparation should start well before exams. TBJEE 2022 aspirants must check what are the important topics and prepare accordingly. The syllabus of TBJEE 2022 contains 11th and 12th class topics. It includes subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology. The new model divides these subjects into 10 modules. Candidates seeking admission in professional degree courses like Engineering, Medical, Agricultural and Technological, offered by the colleges of Tripura, must check the syllabus. Read the full article for more information regarding the TBJEE 2022 syllabus.

TBJEE Syllabus 2022

Download Here: Candidates can download TBJEE Syllabus as per schedule from Tbjee.nic.in

TBJEE 2022 Overview

Given below is an overview of TBJEE 2022. Candidates can refer to the table given for brief information regarding TBJEE 2022.

Particulars Details
Name of the examTripura Joint Entrance Examination(TJEE)
Conducting body Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination(TBJEE)
Exam LevelState Level
CoursesVeterinary Science, Engineering, Fisheries Science, Agriculture Science
Official websitetbjee.nic.in
Mode of ExamOffline
Registration FeeGeneral (UR) Male Candidates
Rs. 550
SC and ST Male Candidates
Rs. 450
All Female and BPL (Male and Female) Candidates
Rs. 350
Type of QuestionsMultiple Choice
Exam FrequencyAnnual Exam
Mode of exam languageEnglish, Bengali

TBJEE 2022 Syllabus

Students are advised to follow and complete their syllabus to prepare well for the exam. The syllabus of TBJEE comprises 4 subjects, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. Students can check the exam syllabus for TBJEE 2022 given below.

Mathematics Module-1: Sets, Relation and Mapping
Module-2: Sequence and Series(Finite and Infinite), Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations, Permutations & Combinations
Module-3: Binomial Theorem, Matrices and Determinants
Module-4: Trigonometry
Module-5: Two Dimensional Geometry
Module-6: Vectors and Three Dimensional Geometry
Module-7: Differential Calculus
Module-8: Integral Calculus and Differential Equations Integral Calculus
Module-9: Applications of Derivatives, Application of the Integrals
Module-10: Probability, Statistics, Mathematical Reasoning, Linear Programming, Linear Inequalities
Biology Module-1: Diversity of Living Organisms
(a) Concept of diversity (b) Need for classification (c) Salient features and classification of Monera, Protista and Fungi into major groups (d) Angiosperms – classification up to classes, characteristic features and examples (e) Tools for study of taxonomy- Museums, Zoos, Herbaria, botanical gardens, etc.
Module-2: Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants
(a)Tissues in animals and plants (b)Morphology and modifications of flowering plants (c) Inflorescence (d) Flower (e) Morphology, anatomy and functions of different systems, etc.
Module-3: Cell Structure and Function
(a) Cell theory and cell as the basic unit of life (b) Structure of a prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell, Plant cell and animal cell (c) Cell envelope, cell membrane, cell wall.
(d) Cell organelles (e) Cell division, etc.
Module-4: Plant Physiology
(a) Transport in plants (b) Mineral nutrition (c) Plant Respiration (d) Photosynthesis (e) Plant growth and development, etc.
Module-5: Human Physiology
(a) Digestion and Absorption (b) Breathing and Respiration (c) Body fluids and circulation (d) Excretory products and their elimination (e) Locomotion and Movement, etc.
Module-6: Reproduction
(a) Reproduction in Organisms (b) Asexual Reproduction (c) Sexual reproduction in flowering plants (d) Human Reproduction (e) Reproductive Health, etc.
Module-7: Genetics and Evolution
(a) Heredity and variation (b) Chromosome Theory of Inheritance (c) Molecular basis of Inheritance (d) Gene expression and regulation (e) Evolution, etc.
Module-8: Biology and Human Welfare
(a) Health and Disease (b) Insects and human welfare (c) Improvement in Food production (d) Microbes in human welfare (e) Biofortification, Animal husbandry, etc.
Module-9: Biotechnology and its Application
(a) Principles and process of Biotechnology (b) Application of Biotechnology in health and agriculture (c) Biosafety Issues (d) Biopiracy and patents (e) Human insulin and vaccine production, gene therapy, etc.
Module-10: Ecology and Environment
(a) Organism and Environment (b) Ecosystems (c) Biodiversity and its conservation (d) Environmental Issues (e) Age distribution, etc.
ChemistryModule-1: Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry, Structure of Atom, Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties.
Module-2: Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Chemical Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics.
Module-3: States of Matter: Gases and Liquids, Equilibrium, Solid State.
Module-4: Redox Reactions, Solutions, Electrochemistry, Surface Chemistry.
Module-5: Hydrogen, p-Block Element.
Module-6: s-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals), General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements, d and f Block Elements, Coordination Compounds.
Module-7: Organic Chemistry – Some Basic Principles and Techniques, Hydrocarbons, Haloalkanes and Haloarenes.
Module-8: Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers, Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids.
Module-9: Environmental Chemistry, Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen, Polymers.
Module-10: Biomolecules, Chemistry in Everyday life, Principles Related to Practical Chemistry.
Physics Module-1: (a )Physics, technology and society (b)Need for measurement: Units of measurement (c) Motion in a straight line (d) Scalar and vector quantities (e) projectile motion, etc.
Module-2: (a) Force and inertia (b) Dynamics of uniform circular motion (c) Potential energy of a spring (d) Centre of mass of a two-particle system (e) Basic concepts of rotational motion, etc.
Module-3: (a) Kepler’s laws of planetary motion (b) Gravitational potential energy (c) Elastic behaviour (d) Pressure due to a fluid column (e) Idea of cohesive and adhesive forces, etc.
Module-4: (a) Heat, temperature, thermal expansion (b) Heat transfer (c) First law of thermodynamics (d) Second law of the thermodynamics (e) Assumptions of the kinetic theory of gases, etc.
Module-5: (a) Periodic motion (b) Free, forced and damped oscillations (c) Longitudinal and transverse waves (d) Principle of superposition of waves (e) Doppler effect in sound
Module-6: (a) Frictional electricity (b) Electric field (c) Gauss’s law and its applications to find field due to infinitely long uniformly charged straight wire (d) Electric potential for a point charge (e) Conductors and insulators, etc.
Module-7: (a)Electric current (b) Ohm’s law (c) series and parallel combinations of resistors (d) Kirchhoff’s laws and their applications (e) Force on a current-carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field, etc.
Module-8: (a) Current loop as a magnetic dipole and its magnetic dipole moment (b) Magnetic field intensity due to a magnetic dipole (bar magnet) along its axis and perpendicular to its axis (c) Para-, dia-and ferromagnetic substances (d) Alternating currents (e) LC oscillations (qualitative treatment only), etc.
Module-9: (a) Reflection of light (b) Displacement method to find position of image (c) Scattering of light (d) Optical instruments (e) Wave optics, etc.
Module-10: (a) Photoelectric effect (b) Matter waves (c) Energy bands in solids (d) Junction transistor (e) Propagation of electromagnetic waves in the atmosphere, etc.

Link for the detailed Syllabus of TBJEE 2022: TBJEE 2022 SYLLABUS

How to prepare for TBJEE 2022

The TJEE paper is designed to test the candidate’s class 11th and 12th knowledge in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology. Candidates can refer to the following preparation tips for TBJEE 2022.

  • First go through the complete syllabus and the exam pattern. Make notes of important topics, Difficult topics.
  • Make a time table to divide your time for every subject and every topic.
  • Study in a detailed manner. Do not leave any topic.
  • Solve Sample papers and Previous Year Question Papers for practice. This will also help in time management.
  • Read and attempt questions from other books as well. This will boost your confidence to attempt different types of questions.
  • Do not lose focus. Keep studying and avoid any distractions.

TBJEE 2022 Exam Pattern

TBJEE 2022 exam is divided into 3 groups. These groups decide the field in which the candidate wants to go. Candidates should also check the exam pattern before starting the preparation to prepare accordingly. Following is the exam pattern and groups for TBJEE 2022.

Please check the following Exam Pattern of TBJEE 2022 for basic information related to the exam

  • Name of the Exam– Tripura Joint Entrance Examination(TJEE)
  • Conducting Body- Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination(TBJEE)
  • Section in Paper- 4 Sections (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology)
  • No. of Shifts- 3 shifts (1st- Physics&Chemistry, 2nd- Biology, 3rd- Mathematics)
  • No. of Questions 120 (60- maths/biology, 60- physics/chemistry)
  • Total Marks- 120 Marks (each subject)
  • Duration of Exam- 1st shift- 1hr 30 min, 2nd shift- 45 min, 3rd shift- 45 min.
  • Question type- Objective
  • Marking Scheme- +4 for correct answer, -1 for incorrect answer.
  • Marking of OMR Sheet- Candidate is supposed to darken the circle for the correct answer. Fluid/Eraser/blade are not permitted to be used on the OMR sheet. No more than one response is allowed. No answe can be cut and damage of OMR sheet is prohibited.
Course Subjects
A- Engineering/Technological Degree CoursesPhysics, Chemistry, Mathematics
B-Medical/Veterinary/Agricultural/Fishery etc. Physics, Chemistry, Biology
C- Both Group A&B Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics

Important Books for TBJEE 2022

Physics Books for TBJEE 2022

Understanding Physics
By- D.C Pandey
Concept of Physics Volume 1 & 2
By-HC Verma
Fundamentals of Physics
By-Halliday, Resnick, and Walker

Chemistry Books for TBJEE 2022

Organic Chemistry
By-O.P Tandon
Inorganic Chemistry
By-O.P Tandon
NCERT Chemistry
Class 11 & 12
Numerical Chemistry
By-P. Bahadur
A Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations
By-R.C Mukherjee

Biology Books for TBJEE 2022

Pradeep – A text for BiologyBUY HERE
S Chand Biology BUY HERE
TRUEMAN’S Elementary Biology for class 12 BUY HERE

Mathematics Books for TBJEE 2022

Mathematics for class 12
By-R.D Sharma
Problems in Calculus in one variable
By-I.A Maron 
Higher Algebra
By-Hall Knight
Plane Trigonometry
By-S.L. Loney


Which Subjects are included in TJEE 2022?

TBJEE includes 4 subjects, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. Physics and Chemistry are compulsory. The option is given between Mathematics and Biology.

Are there any subjective questions in TBJEE?

No, there are only objective questions in TBJEE

What is the exam pattern of TBJEE 2022?

The exam will be in offline mode. The duration of the paper will be 3 hrs. The exam will have 120 questions in total. It will be divided into 3 shifts, Physics&Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology.

There are how many questions in each subject?

As per the revised exam pattern, now every subject has 30 questions.

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