VITEEE 2023 Exam Pattern

All VITEEE 2023 questions are worth one mark. The exam contains no negative marking. No points will be deducted for wrong answers. Below is the VITEEE marking scheme.

Physics 35 Questions 35 Marks+1 Marks 
Chemistry 35 Questions 35 Marks +1 Marks 
Maths/Biology40 Questions 40 Marks +1 Marks 
Aptitude 10 Questions 10 Marks +1 Marks 
English5 Questions 5 Marks +1 Marks 
Total125 Questions125 Marks 

Here are the courses that can be taken for an undergraduate degree in engineering at any VIT University-affiliated college in the United States. 

  • B. Tech. Bioengineering (VIT-Bhopal)
  • B. Tech. Biotechnology (VIT, Vellore)
  • B. Tech. Computer Science and Engineering with specialization in Bioinformatics (VIT, Vellore)
  • B. Tech. Computer Science and Engineering (Specialization in Health Informatics) (VIT-Bhopal)
  • B. Tech. Electronics and Communication with a specialization in Biomedical Engineering (VIT, Vellore)

VITEEE-Particulars of the paper

  • MPCEA: VITEEE MPCEA (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English, and Aptitude) candidates are eligible for all B. Tech. Degree programs.
  • BPCEA: Only B. Tech. Bio-stream degree programs are eligible for BPCEA in VITEEE (Biology, Physics, Chemistry, English, and Aptitude).

All Questions will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) with the following sections

PART-I  Mathematics / Biology
PART-II  Physics
PART-V  Aptitude
  • After joining, you must take mathematics as a bridge subject.
  • There will be a list of MPCEA and BPCEA topics students must choose on the application form.
  • Most questions will come from the State Board of Higher Secondary Education and the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
  • As part of the VITEEE, your skills in math, biology, physics, and chemistry, as well as your English language skills, will be checked.
  • There will only be questions asked in the English language.

VITEEE Syllabus Overview

  • The subjects included in the VITEEE curriculum are those that students in classes 11 and 12 learn.To prepare for the entrance test, candidates must study physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology, and English lessons from the State Board of Higher Secondary Education and the CBSE.

Properties of Matter


Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current

Laws of Motion 

Current Electricity

Dual Nature of Radiation and Atomic Physics


Work, Energy and Power

Magnetic Effects of Electric Current

Nuclear Physics

Semiconductor Devices and their Applications


Carboxylic Acids and their Derivatives

Isomerism in Organic Compounds

p -block elements,d,d and f-Block Elements

Carbonyl Compounds

Coordination Chemistry and Solid State Chemistry

Thermodynamics, Chemical Equilibrium and Chemical Kinetics

Alcohols and Ethers


Atomic Structure

Organic Nitrogen Compounds and Biomolecules


Vector Algebra

Integral Calculus and its Applications

Probability Distributions

Trigonometry and Complex Numbers

Analytical Geometry of Two Dimensions

Discrete Mathematics

Differential Calculus

Matrices and their Applications

Differential Equations

Analytical Geometry of Three Dimensions


Human Health and Diseases

Biotechnology and its Applications


Plant Physiology

Genetics and Evolution



Human Physiology

Biodiversity, Ecology and Environment

Cell and Molecular Biology



English grammar



Data Interpretation

Data Sufficiency


Number Series, Coding and Decoding

Clocks, Calendars and Directions

VITEEE-Languages in which the exam is conducted

The test questions will be given in the English language. No other languages are given in the exam. On the exam, there will be questions from physics, math or biology, chemistry, English, and a section on general skills.