TSICET Syllabus

TSICET Syllabus

The syllabus of TS ICET will help you to prepare for Telangana State Integrated Common Entrance Test (TS ICET) allowing admission to MBA programmes offered in the state universities and colleges of Telangana. The state-level exam is organised by Kakatiya University, Warangal on behalf of TSCHE, Hyderabad.

The exam is of 150 minutes duration and consists of 200 questions from three sections - Analytical Ability, Mathematical Ability, Communication Ability.

TSICET Exam Pattern 

Exam Information Details
Mode of Exam Online Mode
Duration of Exam Two and half hours  (two slots)
Total Number of Questions 200
Type of Questions Multiple Choice with four options to each question
Exam Sections
  1. Analytical Ability (75 questions)
  2. Mathematical Ability (75 questions)
  3. Communication Ability (50 questions)
Marking Scheme
  • One Mark for every correct answer
  • No Negative Marking is applicable for wrong answers

TS ICET Syllabus

The syllabus is divided into three sections upon which the candidates will be tested. 

Section A: Analytical Ability

Data Sufficiency
Tables and Graphs
Date, Time & Arrangement Problems
Problem Solving
Bar diagram
Calendars and Clocks
Sequences and Series
Pie Chart
Blood Relationships
Numbers and alphabet
Venn Diagram
Arrivals and Departures
Missing number in a sequence
Seating arrangements
Data Analysis
Coding and Decoding Problems
Symbol interpretation

Section B: Mathematical Ability

Arithmetical Ability
Areas and Volumes
Binomial Theorem
Indices, Ratio and Proportion
Modular Arithmetic
Notion of a limit and derivative
Numbers and Divisibility
Algebraic and Geometrical Ability Statements
Plane geometry - lines
L.C.M. and G.C.D
Truth tables
Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Circles
Rational Numbers
Coordinate Geometry - distance between points
Relations and Functions
Statistical Ability
Frequency Distributions
Profit and Loss
Mean, Median, Mode
Remainder theorem and consequences
Standard Deviation
Pipes and Cisterns
Linear equations and expressions
Time and Distance

Section C: Communication Ability

Functional grammar for day-to-day communication
Functional grammar for business contexts
Terminology and concepts in computer and business contexts (letters, reports, memoranda, agenda, minutes etc)
Understand written text and drawing inferences
Reading and Comprehension

Each question carries one mark and the total marks for the exam is out of 200.