Computer Science

ECAT Entry Test - Computer Science

Those students who opted for the combination of Computer, Math and Physics in their intermediate will attempt Computer Science Section of ECAT paper. This portion carries 30 multiple choice question of 120 marks. These questions are based on the syllabus students studied in intermediate, DAE or A-level. We have covered the whole syllabus of the computer science portion of ECAT on this page. Students can watch video lectures to learn the subject.

Subject Details

Computer has its application in almost every organization, whether it’s related to engineering, architecture, medical, research, production, marketing or anything else. Those who want to emerge their name in the fields of IT, planning & development, software engineering, computer-aided designs usually opt for this subject in their intermediate. The computer part of ECAT test consists on questions to analyze the knowledge and ability of students about the fundamentals of IT, computer languages and applications. It’s all about what the students have already studied during their intermediate. has provided students a facility to prepare for the ECAT test free of cost. On this page, you can watch the lectures of Computer Science according to the exam pattern of entry test. The teachers will also teach you a methodology and tricks to handle tricky questions of the subject. The exam is based on the following topics:


  • Fundamental Concepts of Information Technology (IT)
  • Information/Data Networks
  • Data Communications
  • Application of Computers
  • Computer Architecture
  • Data Protection, Copyright, related Laws and Ethics
  • Operating System (OS): Windows
  • Word Processing
  • Spreadsheet
  • Browsing and Email
  • Loops
  • C language and its fundamentals
  • Databases/Information Systems

The test contains thirty questions based on the concepts of these topics. Students can take video lectures on these topics for free on this page. The facility of the topic-wise test is also available to facilitate students to check their performance.