What is the Syllabus of MTSE?
IITJEE and NEET are some of the most difficult exams at the 12^{th} level. Aspirants need hard work and dedication, along with proper guidance and the latest study materials, in order to clear these tough exams. But from where can students get good guidance and the latest study materials? The answer is coaching institutes. However, some talented students could not get coaching due to their financial constraints, and hence they might not get the desired result in these exams.
To solve this problem of aspirants, MENIIT has brought a scholarship test named MTSE (MENIIT Talent Search Examination).
It is a talent search exam designed to find serious and dedicated students preparing for entrance examinations for engineering and medical fields. Upon passing the MTSE, candidates are eligible for scholarships worth up to 100%. However, the real concern is how students can prepare for the MTSE and what the MTSE syllabus entails.
Let us look at the syllabus of MTSE.
Syllabus
The syllabus consists of NCERT PCMB of relevant class.
The syllabus for different classes is given below:

For students currently in class 8^{th} and moving to class 9^{th} next year.
 Physics:

 Force and Pressure
 Friction
 Sound
 Chemical Effect of Electric Current
 Chemistry:
 Coal and Petroleum
 Combustion and Flame
 Biology:
 Crop Production and Management
 Microorganism – Friends and Foe
 Conservation of Plants and Animals
 Reproduction in Animals
 Mathematics:
 Rational Numbers
 Linear Equations in One Variable
 Understanding Quadrilaterals
 Data Handling
 Square and Square Roots
 Cube and Cube Roots
 Comparing Quantities
 Paper Duration: 90 Minutes
 Marking Scheme:
 +4 for each correct answer
 No negative marking
 Maximum Marks: The total possible score is 220.
 Paper Pattern:
 Merit Paper: Single Answer Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
 Physics: 9 Questions
 Chemistry: 9 Questions
 Biology: 9 Questions
 Mathematics: 13 Questions
 Aptitude Paper: Single Answer Multiple Choice Questions (15 Questions)
 Merit Paper: Single Answer Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

For students currently in class 9^{th} and moving to class 10^{th} next year.
Subjects and Topics:
 Physics:
 Motion
 Force and Laws of Motion
 Gravitation
 Chemistry:
 Matter in Our Surroundings
 Is Matter Around Us Pure?
 Atoms and Molecules
 Biology:
 The Fundamental Unit of Life
 Tissues
 Mathematics:
 Number Systems
 Polynomials
 Coordinate Geometry
 Linear Equations in Two Variables
 Lines and Angles
 Triangles
Exam Format and Details:
 Paper Duration: The exam is 90 minutes long.
 Marking Scheme:
 +4 marks for each correct answer
 No negative marking for incorrect answers
 Maximum Marks: The total possible score is 220.
Paper Structure:
 Merit Paper:
 Singleanswer multiplechoice questions (MCQs)
 Physics: 9 questions
 Chemistry: 9 questions
 Biology: 9 questions
 Mathematics: 13 questions
 Aptitude Paper:
 Singleanswer multiplechoice questions
 Total of 15 questions
JEE Syllabus

For students currently in class 10^{th} and moving to class 11^{th} next year.
Subjects and Topics:
 Physics:
 Light: Reflection and Refraction
 The Human Eye and the Colourful World
 Electricity
 Chemistry:
 Chemical Reactions and Equations
 Acids, Bases, and Salts
 Metals and NonMetals
 Mathematics:
 Real Numbers
 Polynomials
 Coordinate Geometry
 Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables
 Quadratic Equations
 Arithmetic Progressions
 Introduction to Trigonometry
 Some Applications of Trigonometry
 Triangles
Exam Format and Details:
 Duration: The exam is 90 minutes long.
 Marking Scheme:
 +4 marks for each correct answer
 No negative marking for incorrect answers
 Maximum Marks: The exam is scored out of 220 marks.
Paper Structure:
 Merit Paper:
 Comprises singleanswer multiplechoice questions (MCQs)
 Physics: 12 questions
 Chemistry: 12 questions
 Mathematics: 16 questions
 Aptitude Paper:
 Comprises singleanswer multiplechoice questions
 Total of 15 questions

For students currently in class 11^{th} and moving to class 12^{th} next year.
Subject and Topics:
 Physics:
 Units and Measurement
 Motion in a Straight Line
 Motion in a Plane
 Laws of Motion
 Work, Energy, and Power
 System of Particles & Rotational Motion
 Chemistry:
 Basic Concepts of Chemistry
 Structure of Atom
 Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
 Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
 Thermodynamics
 Mathematics:
 Sets, Relations, and Functions
 Trigonometric Functions
 Complex Numbers & Quadratic Equations
 Linear Inequalities
 Permutations & Combinations
 Sequences and Series
 Binomial Theorem
Exam Format and details:
 Duration: The exam is 90 minutes long.
 Marking Scheme:
 +4 marks for each correct answer
 1 mark for each incorrect answer
 Maximum Marks: The exam is scored out of 220 marks.
Paper Structure:
 Merit Paper:
 Comprises singleanswer multiplechoice questions (MCQs)
 Physics: 12 questions
 Chemistry: 12 questions
 Mathematics: 16 questions
 Aptitude Paper:
 Comprises singleanswer multiplechoice questions
 Total of 15 questions

For students currently in class 12^{th} and passing out next year.
Subject and Topics
 Physics:
 Electric Charges and Fields
 Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance
 Current Electricity
 Moving Charges and Magnetism
 Magnetism and Matter
 Electromagnetic Induction (EMI)
 Alternating Currents
 Chemistry:
 Solutions
 Electrochemistry
 Chemical Kinetics
 The d & fBlock Elements
 Coordination Compounds
 Mathematics:
 Relations and Functions
 Inverse Trigonometric Functions
 Matrices
 Determinants
 Continuity and Differentiability
 Applications of Derivatives
 Integrals
 Applications of Integrals
Exam Format and details:
 Duration: The exam is 90 minutes long.
 Marking Scheme:
 +4 marks for each correct answer
 1 mark for each incorrect answer
 Maximum Marks: The exam is scored out of 220 marks.
Paper Structure:
 Merit Paper:
 Comprises singleanswer multiplechoice questions (MCQs)
 Physics: 12 questions
 Chemistry: 12 questions
 Mathematics: 16 questions
 Aptitude Paper:
 Comprises singleanswer multiplechoice questions
 Total of 15 questions
NEET Syllabus

For students currently in class 10^{th} and moving to class 11^{th} next year.
Subjects and Topics:
 Physics:
 Light: Reflection and Refraction
 The Human Eye and the Colourful World
 Electricity
 Chemistry:
 Chemical Reactions and Equations
 Acids, Bases, and Salts
 Metals and NonMetals
 Mathematics:
 Life Processes
 Control and Coordination,
 How do Organisms Reproduce?
Exam Format and Details:
 Duration: The exam is 90 minutes long.
 Marking Scheme:
 +4 marks for each correct answer
 No negative marking for incorrect answers
 Maximum Marks: The exam is scored out of 220 marks.
Paper Structure:
 Merit Paper:
 Comprises singleanswer multiplechoice questions (MCQs)
 Physics: 12 questions
 Chemistry: 12 questions
 Biology: 16 questions
 Aptitude Paper:
 Comprises singleanswer multiplechoice questions
 Total of 15 questions

For students currently in class 11^{th} and moving to class 12^{th} next year.
Subject and Topics:
 Physics:
 Units and Measurement
 Motion in a Straight Line
 Motion in a Plane
 Laws of Motion
 Work, Energy, and Power
 System of Particles & Rotational Motion
 Chemistry:
 Basic Concepts of Chemistry
 Structure of Atom
 Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
 Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
 Thermodynamics
 Botany:
 Living World
 Biological Classification
 Plant Kingdom
 Morphology of Flowering Plants
 Anatomy of Flowering Plants
 Zoology:
 Animal Kingdom
 Structural Organization in Animals
 Cell: The Unit of Life
 Cell Cycle and Cell Division
 Biomolecules
Exam Format and details:
 Duration: The exam is 90 minutes long.
 Marking Scheme:
 +4 marks for each correct answer
 1 mark for each incorrect answer
 Maximum Marks: The exam is scored out of 220 marks.
Paper Structure:
 Merit Paper:
 Comprises singleanswer multiplechoice questions (MCQs)
 Physics: 12 questions
 Chemistry: 12 questions
 Biology: 16 questions
 Aptitude Paper:
 Comprises singleanswer multiplechoice questions
 Total of 15 questions

For students currently in class 12^{th} and passing out next year.
Subject and Topics
 Physics:
 Electric Charges and Fields
 Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance
 Current Electricity
 Moving Charges and Magnetism
 Magnetism and Matter
 Electromagnetic Induction (EMI)
 Alternating Currents
 Chemistry:
 Solutions
 Electrochemistry
 Chemical Kinetics
 The d & fBlock Elements
 Coordination Compounds
 Botany:
 Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
 Principles of Inheritance and Variation
 Molecular basis of Inheritance
 Microbes in Human Welfare
 Zoology:
 Human Reproduction
 Reproductive Health
 Human Health and Diseases
 Evolution
Exam Format and details:
 Duration: The exam is 90 minutes long.
 Marking Scheme:
 +4 marks for each correct answer
 1 mark for each incorrect answer
 Maximum Marks: The exam is scored out of 220 marks.
Paper Structure:
 Merit Paper:
 Comprises singleanswer multiplechoice questions (MCQs)
 Physics: 12 questions
 Chemistry: 12 questions
 Biology: 16 questions
 Aptitude Paper:
 Comprises singleanswer multiplechoice questions.
 Total of 15 questions
FAQs:
How many subjects are there in MTSE?
Answer: There are three to four subjects in MTSE.
What is the total mark of the MTSE exam?
Answer: Total marks of MTSE are 220.
When will the results be announced?
Answer: The results will be declared by 17^{th} November 2024.
How can I register for MTSE?
Answer: Aspirants can visit the website https://mtse.meniit.com/ for registration; alternatively, they can also visit our office in Kalu Sarai.