GGSIPU – Exams : Roadmap for II Semester

So, It’s that time of the year again. Where we open our books for the first time in the semester, with no clue where to even begin and I am here to help you crack GGSIPU Exams for II Semester.

But fret not, all it takes is a smart and decisive strategy to crack the GGSIPU Exams. Below is a plan I executed during my time in 2nd semester. You don’t need to follow it blindly, read the approach and implement in your own way. In the end, it’s you who takes a decision whether to study the whole night or ace the exams in the most comfortable manner.

I have divided each subject into Notes, Books, Question Papers (PYQ) and the best approach to deal with the material.

GGSIPU Exams Sem I Subjects:

1. ITP (Introduction to Programming)

a) Notes:

1. Unit 1 and Unit 2
2. Unit 1 to Unit 4

b) Books:

1. Let Us C
2. Solutions for Let Us C

c) Question Papers:

1. Link 1
2. Link 2

d) Best Approach

  1. In ITP, the best strategy is to completely solve and study Let Us C by Yashvant Kanetkar.
  2. Thoroughly read all the previous year questions, don’t rely on the solutions given in the booklet (Akash).
  3. Keep the notes for quick revision but primarily rely on Let Us C.

2. AM — II (Applied Mathematics — II)

a) Notes:

1. Unit 1 and Unit 2 — Refer Book
2. Unit 3 —Source 1, Source 2
3. Unit 4

b) Books:

1. VP Mishra (Buy it, useful till 4th Sem)
2. BS Grewal

c) Video Tutorials:

1. Source 1

d) Question Papers:

1. Source 1

e) Best Approach:

  1. Similar to ITP, follow the book well. Most preferably VP Mishra (Tailor made for GGSIPU Exams) but BS Grewal is good as well but requires more time than VP.
  2. Refer the video tutorials to understand a specific topic if needed in detail. Requires time from your side but it’s well worth it.
  3. Mathematics exam is easy and predictable, never shy away from practicing questions and don’t skip any topic.

3. AP — II (Applied Physics — II)

a) Notes:
1. Unit 1
2. Unit 2 — Source 1, Source 2
3. Unit 3
4. Unit 4 — Source 1, Source 2

b) Books:
1. Devraj Singh

c) Question Papers:
1. Source 1

d) Best Approach:

  1. AP-II is all about sticking to the syllabus and covering every aspect of it.
  2. Notes are a must and sometimes enough before heading towards book (if you really need to).
  3. Try to solve or read PYQ (Previous year questions) and practice derivations.

4. ED (Electronic Devices)

a) Notes:

1. Unit 1
2. Unit 2
3. Unit 4

b) Books:

1. S. Salivahanan
2. B. Kumar And S. J Jain

c) Question Papers:

1. Source 1

d) Best Approach:

  1. S. Salivahanan is the best source for studying U-I to U-IV but go through the notes before studying through the book.
  2. They will provide a fair idea of the syllabus.
  3. Don’t skip topics, all are important and our fairly easy to learn.
  4. It will require a bit of time.

5. CS (Communication Skills)

a) Essays & Notes:

1. Source 1

b) Books:

1. Source 1

c) Question Papers:

1. Source 1
2. Source 2

d) Best Approach:

  1. Try to practice and read PYQ.
  2. Thoroughly read the essays.
  3. Practice various fundamentals in U-1 and U-2 through various sites online and the book.

6. EVS (Environmental Studies)

a) Notes:

1. Unit 1
2. Unit 2
3. Unit 3
4. Unit 3 and Unit 4

b) Books:

1. Environmental Studies By ErachBharucha

c) Question Papers:

1. Source 1

d) Best Approach:

  1. High Scoring subject with repeated questions every year.
  2. Refer to notes and have them on tips. PYQ (Hold them dear)

7. EM (Engineering Mechanics)

a) Notes:

1. Source 1

b) Books:

1. Source 1
2. Source 2

c) Question Papers:

1. Source 1

d) Best Approach:

  1. Practicing all questions from A.K Tayal and try other books (if you wish).
  2. Always keep the fundamentals in your mind.

CONCLUDING…

That’s pretty much what you need to deal with the end term exams, and if you are able to execute this strategy well (according to your terms), Practical’s Viva is handled automatically.

I hope the next month goes according to your expectations and you guys have an awesome 2 months of summer break where you work on your skill development and have fun.

For the NotesHub community by:
Name: Archit Gupta
College: Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering
Branch: Information Technology

11 thoughts on “GGSIPU – Exams : Roadmap for II Semester

    1. I would really love to do that Roy.
      Could you specify your College, Branch And I assume you want for 4th Semester right now?
      Also it would be great if you could give a feedback if this strategy was helpful or not, if yes do share it with your peers and juniors.

    1. I don’t remember my %age exactly but my CGPA in Sem1 was 8.667 and 8.33 in Sem2.
      Just Checked it was 82.54 and 78.92.

        1. Yes I did during my late 1st Year I had applied for Upgradation from ECE to CSE/IT.
          Thankfully I got IT with my Sem I result. Currently they view your Sem I and II results but during 2018 only Sem I mattered.

    1. Sorry for the late reply, had some login issues.
      Considering both Sem results are counted now, could you tell me your Sem1 result (Also see the past upgradation results in your college)
      Now if you follow this roadmap carefully everything should work fine, also try to read book in EVS, ED and AP-II + EM requires lot’s of practice from AK Tayal and other books + ITP is important in terms of future as well, so Yashavant Kanetkar’s book + surf on the net as well.
      In Maths, if you do VP Mishra very well, no one will stop you from getting 75 in End Term Exam.
      Good Luck! If you need more help just comment/reply.

      1. sir i also want to upgrade ….abhi 1 sem ke result nhi aaye but em aur ed mei dikkat h thodi aur time manage nhi ho parha 7 bje ghr puchta hu muskil se 2 gnte milte h weekdays pr….or evs cs mei aakash kafi nhi h kya?

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