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Sunday, December 5, 2010

Delhi University Combined Entrance Exam (DU CEE) Date Form Eligibility

Delhi University Combined Entrance Examination (DU- CEE)
The Combined Entrance Examination is conducted by Delhi University to get admission for the first semester in Bachelor of Engineering. This examination can be appeared by students who are passed out from school or colleges. This exam is only for those students who are within Delhi territory and passed out from Delhi colleges and also from students who are passed out from Delhi college of Engineering and Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology.

Candidate who is passed out form the school or college by securing 60% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are eligible for first year in Bachelor of Engineering. Student while seeking admission should carry the below mentioned proofs:
Senior school certificate 12-year course of C.B.S.E
Indian school certificate from council for Indian School Certificate, New Delhi
B.Sc Group A final examination of university or any equivalent to it. 
Any other examination or equivalent to  C.B.S.E or by University of Delhi
Apart from it, students who are appearing in qualifying exam can also appear for CEE.

Age Requirement:
Candidates who want to appear for CEE must be with the age of 17 years and maximum 25 years. And candidate who is short of this age cannot apply for this course.

Exam pattern:
The CEE test consists of objective questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. All the three papers consist of 240 marks

Admission procedure:
The admission procedures for B.E course depends on the merit which is obtained from CEE test, this is only for students who are from Delhi region. But for the students who are from outside Delhi the selection is done on the basis of the merit from AIEEE that is conducted by CBSE.
Candidate is not selected soon after CEE result. To get the admission for CEE, students must submit application which should be taken from Delhi College of Engineering.

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