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AICEE Entrance Exam Notification

The AICEE (All India Common Entrance Exam) is conducted by the Veterinary Council of India. The veterinary Council of India is the apex body of  all veterinary colleges of India. It was created under the Veterinary Council act of 1984. As per the act a common entrance exams will be held for all veterinary colleges across all states of India to fill 15% of the available seats in every colleges.

Every year the council conducts this exam in the month of May. The exam is usually of 3 and half hours duration. It contains multiple choice objective type questions. The questions are asked from Physics, Chemistry and Biology from the syllabus of 12th class.

 The notification for the exam is published in all the leading newspapers of the nation. A student wishing to appear for this exam can get its notification either through newspaper or on the official website of the council. This exam paves the way for admission in the first year of the 5 years degree course of Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry.


Eligibility for AICEE Exam

●        A candidate should have done 12th class or equivalent from any recognised university or board in the subjects prescribed by the Veterinary Council of India.

●        A candidate should have done his or her 12th class in Science subjects with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with English as elective subject.

●        A general candidate should have obtained a minimum aggregate marks of 50% in the 12th class. A reserved category candidate should have scored a minimum aggregate marks of 40% in the 12th class to become eligible for the exam.

●        An appearing candidate of class 12th is also eligible to appear for the exam.

●        Applicant should not be less than 17 years of age in the year of application


AICEE Exam Admission Process

●        The application form and the information bulletin can be obtained from the Veterinary Council of India located in New Delhi by paying the requested application fee.

●        The application fee should be paid in the form of the bank demand draft. There is no any other mode to pay the application fee.

●        For the application form the Demand Draft should be made in favour of the Veterinary Council of India at the following address :-

Veterinary Council of India

16 /15 W.E.A Arya Samaj Road

Opposite Sat Bhrawan School

Karol Bagh, New Delhi 110005.

●        The demand draft​ should be made from any scheduled bank of India including SBI (State Bank of India).

●        Along with the demand draft an applicant should also attach two plain papers on which the applicant's full address along with the Pin code is mentioned. Besides, one envelope of the size 24 cm by 18 cm should also be attached along with the demand draft. The envelope should be self- addressed and should not be stamped.

●        The request for the application form as mentioned above can be sent to the office of the Council by post.

●        A student can also collect the application form directly from the office of the Council.

●        Duly filled application form should reach the Council on or before the last date of the submission. Usually the last date of the submission of the application form is the last week of February or the first week of March.

Application procedure for applicants of Andaman and Nicobar and Jammu and Kashmir

●        An applicant from Andaman and Nicobar can obtain the application form from the registrar of the Veterinary Council of Andaman and Nicobar, Directorate of Animal husbandry, Veterinary Science, Post Box number 2, Port Blair 744102.

●        The last date for the submission of application form to the council is extended for 15 more days in favour of candidates from the far flung areas of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep Islands, Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir.


AICEE Exam Pattern (Syllabus)

Exam pattern

About the questions​

Details

Mode questions​

Pen and paper baquestio

Nature of question

Objective type questions

Number of questions

200

Total marks of the exam

200

Marking scheme

1 marks for each question

Negative marking

No scheme of negative marking.

Admit card

The veterinary Council of India will issue the admit cards to all applicants on the declared date. The admit card carries the details about the centre of examination time and address. Candidates should carry their admit card at the centre of examination, as without admit card no candidates will be allowed to take up their exams exam. Candidates should keep their admit card till the process of examination gets complete.

Result declaration

The veterinary Council of India declares the result on the given date on its official portal. Candidates can check their results on its official portal.

F.A.Q.

Q. In which month the AICEE exam is conducted?

The exam is conducted in the month of May every year. 

Q. What should be the educational qualification to become eligible for the exam?

A candidate should have done the 12th class or equivalent from any recognised university or board in Science subject with physics chemistry biology and English as one elective subject.

Q. What is the minimum age limit for the exam?

A candidate should not be less than 17 years of age.

Q. How much should be the aggregate marks in 12th class to become eligible for this exam?

A candidate should have scored a minimum aggregate of 50% marks to become eligible for the exam.

Q. What should be the minimum aggregate marks of reserved category candidate to become eligible for this exam?

An applicant of reserved category is required to have scored a minimum aggregate marks of 40% to become eligible for the exam.

Q. What is the nature of questions in this exam?

There are objective type questions in the exam.

Q. What is the total number of questions in this exam?

There are 200 questions in the exam.

Q. What is the total marks for which this exam is conducted?

The exam is conducted for 200 marks.