Examination procedure JEST, Joint Screening Examination Test | Syllabus, Model / Sample questions of JEST
JEST entrance test will be in objective method for 100 marks. Two divisions will be present in the test. In first section, 25 questions each carrying one mark will be asked. In the second section, 25 questions each of 3 marks will be asked. 40 questions will strictly be from B. Sc Science syllabus. Remaining 60 marks will be from physics of PG level.
Opportunities present for integrated M. Sc/ M. Tech-PhD candidates and PhD in physics candidates
Candidates completing PhD in the institutes of JEST will be getting job opportunities in NASA, ISRO, BARC, DRDO, Nuclear energy, R and D divisions, processing companies and also in every organization which employ machines. Wide job opportunities will be present in teaching arena, for the candidates completing courses from these institutes. They play an important role in creation of future inventions such as robots and other advanced machines.
Important dates of JEST:
Both online and offline applications are accepted. Last date to receive applications is 3rd January 2011. Hall tickets will be made available from 15th January 2011 at the website.
Syllabus for JEST
In JEST entrance test, focus should be on mathematical physics, classical mechanics, electromagnetic theory, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics along with physics, electronics, nuclear physics and others. Applicants should completely study B. Sc physics three years syllabus.
A. Three point questions
1.Â Â Â Â In quantum mechanics, one way picture a wave function in either momentum space or configuration space. If the wave function in momentum space is (p) = N/ (p2 +2), then calculate the wave function in configuration space (aside from a multiplicative constant)
a.Â Â Â Â Exp (-Î±2x2/h2)
b.Â Â Â Â Exp (-Î±2|x|h)
a.Â Â Â Â Sin (px/h)
b.Â Â Â Â Cos(ph/h)
2.Â Â Â Â Consider the two body decay of a particular X which is at rest in the laboratory and of mass M in its rest frame in to a particle A of mass mA and another particle which is massless. The energy of the particle A in the laboratory frame is (c=1):
a.Â Â Â Â M/2
b.Â Â Â Â (M2 + m2A)/ (2M)
c.Â Â Â Â Â (M2– m2A)/ (2M)
d.Â Â Â Â (M2 -4 m2A)/ (2M)
B. One point questions
1.Â Â Â Â A hard ball dropped from a height of 1 m in earthâ€™s gravitational field bounced to a height of 95cms. What will be the total distance traversed by the ball?
a.Â Â Â Â 2000cm
b.Â Â Â Â 1010cm
c.Â Â Â Â Â 1810cm
d.Â Â Â Â 3900cm
2.Â Â Â Â The force experienced by a mirrors when it reflects all the light from a laser with a power of 10mW is about
a.Â Â Â Â 6.7 x 10-11 N
b.Â Â Â Â 0.7 x 10-13 N
c.Â Â Â Â Â 3.33 x 10-11 N
d.Â Â Â Â 7.0 x 10-13 N
Syllabus of Theoretical computer sciences
Questions would be from analytical reasoning and deduction combinatrics, data structures and algorithms, discreet mathematics, graph theory, principles of programming and others.