Assam CEE 2016 is basically an engineering entrance examination that helps in selecting deserving and eligible candidates for the offer admissions in B.Tech/B.E. professional degree programs for session 2016-17. This exam will be conducted by Dibrugarh University, Assam in the offline mode right in the 3rd week of May 2016. Seat allotments shall be done entirely on the basis of merit and hence every candidate must give his/her best shot and also strive to perform his best in the examination to boost up the chances for final admission. Below are all the details on examination, application form, exam pattern, and tentative schedule.
If we check last year, Assam CEE result 2015 was released on 3 June 2015, so tentatively, this year also the Assam CEE result 2016 will be declared by the first week of June 2016. There will be thousands of students who will be appearing for the Assam common Entrance Examination results 2016. Assam CEE Medical result 2016 allows medical students to enter UG courses like MBBS, BDS etc. Assam CEE engineering results 2016 allow engineering students to enter B.Tech or BE courses. The results will be released on the official that is www.ceemedu.org
Assam CEE 2015(Assam Common Entrance Examination) is conducted by Dibrugarh University. With this examination a huge number of students get admission in various undergraduate courses in the field of Engineering and Medical. The Assam CEE exam is conducted for the admission to different government as well as private medical and engineering colleges of the Assam state. In this article, you will get details related to Assam CEE exam 2015, eligibility criteria, important dates, admission procedure admit card etc.
The medical interested candidates applying for the MBBS/BDS courses must appear in course option 1 that includes PCB or Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The candidates who are applying for the Engineering courses must appear in course option 2 that includes PCM or Physics, Chemistry and Maths. The candidates applying for the MBBS/BDS as well as engineering courses must appear in course option 3 which includes PCMB or Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology. It is mandatory for all candidates to carry the Assam CEE admit card 2015 to the examination centre on the day of exam.
The candidates, who are appearing for the Assam CEE, must follow the eligibility criteria the details of the eligibility criteria have been mentioned below:
1. The candidates appearing for the exam must hold a domicile of the Assam state
2. The candidates must have passed class 12th or other qualifying examination with an aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry, English, Biology/Maths. For reserved category candidates this percentage criteria is 45%.
The Assam CEE 2016 result will be declared after the completion of examination 2016. The candidates who qualify the Assam CEE 2016 exam are called for the counseling and admission to the engineering and medical colleges is based on the rank scored by the candidates in the Assam CEE exam 2016.
The candidates, who are appearing for the Assam CEE, must check the eligibility criteria the details of the eligibility criteria have been mentioned below:
• The candidates appearing for the exam must hold a domicile of the Assam state
• The candidates must have passed class 12th or other qualifying examination with an aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry, English, and Biology/Math’s. For reserved category candidates the percentage criteria is 45%
• The candidate applying for the exam must be 17 to 21 years of age as on August 1, 2015. The relaxation up to 3 years in upper age limit is provided to reserved category candidates and 1 year to graduate candidates
Syllabus: The CEE will be conducted as per the current NCERT syllabus adopted by the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council.
Duration (per section): 2 hours
Number of questions (per section): 100
Marks for correct answer: +1
Negative marking: none
Type of Questions: MCQ
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