Application Forms for Delhi Combined Entrance Examination (CEE)
The candidates who are seeking admission into the B.E courses offered by Delhi College of Engineering (DCE) and Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT) can obtain the application forms either in person or by post. The candidates need to prepare a bank demand draft of the requisite amount or prescribed fee drawn in favour of the Registrar, University of Delhi, payable at Delhi. And those candidates who want the application forms by post should accompany their bank demand draft with a written request. They should also send a self addressed and stamped envelope along with the request application. The candidates are advised to read the instructions properly before filling up the application forms. Incomplete applications will not be entertained and it will be rejected. The candidates must give the complete postal address with properly mentioning the pin code. Along with the completed application forms, the candidates are required to submit the attested copies of the mark sheets of the qualifying examination. They need to show the original mark sheets at the time of admissions. The candidates have to be careful about the last date of form submissions and they need to submit the forms before the last date as the concerned college or institute will not be responsible for any postal delay. And no application forms will be accepted after the last date of submission.
Eligibility Criteria for Delhi Combined Entrance Examination (CEE)
Candidates interested in appearing for the Delhi Combined Entrance Examination (CEE) need to fulfill any of the below mentioned requirements or a pass certificate any of the examination (with an aggregate of 60 per cent marks) listed below from any recognized university or Board -
Final year candidates who are appearing for the qualifying examination can also apply for the Delhi Combined Entrance Examination (CEE). The candidates need to have passed English language as a core or elective subject. The minimum age requirement for appearing in the Delhi Combined Entrance Examination is 17 years. The maximum age limit is 15 years.
The Bachelor of Engineering degree courses offered at the two concerned renowned institutions are as follows -
1. Delhi College of Engineering (DCE)
2. Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT)
Pattern of Delhi Combined Entrance Examination (CEE)
The test pattern of Delhi Combined Entrance Examination (CEE) comprises objective types of questions in core subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. This entrance test basically consists of 3 papers, each of 240 marks. English is the medium of this examination.
Syllabus for Delhi Combined Entrance Examination (CEE)
The syllabus for the Delhi Combined Entrance Examination (CEE) is the same syllabus of standard XI and standard XII (in the science group) followed in CBSE Board.
Selection Process in Delhi Combined Entrance Examination (CEE)
The final selection of the candidates is made on the basis of merit achieved in the Delhi Combined Entrance Examination or CEE. It is done specifically for the candidates residing in Delhi region. The overall percentage of marks obtained in all the three core subjects (physics, chemistry and mathematics) will be preferred. The list of the successful candidates will be published in the noticed board and after that the candidates will be called for counselling for admissions. At the time of counselling, the candidates need to show the admit card of this entrance examination and the original as well as the attested copies of the mark sheets of the qualifying exams.
Delhi Combined Entrance Examination or CEE is the mode through which the capabilities of the candidates seeking admissions in bachelor's of engineering and technology courses are judged.