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 statelevel 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.
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 

Marking Scheme 

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

Passage

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

Mensuration

Matrices

Surds

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

TautologiesSets

Coordinate Geometry  distance between points

Ordering

Relations and Functions

Statistical Ability

Percentages

Trigonometry

Frequency Distributions

Profit and Loss

Polynomials

Mean, Median, Mode

Partnership

Remainder theorem and consequences

Standard Deviation

Pipes and Cisterns

Linear equations and expressions

Correlation

Time and Distance

Progressions

Probability

Section C: Communication Ability
Vocabulary

Functional grammar for daytoday 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.