CET Delhi Polytechnic Exam 2020 - Merit List Released, Counselling Begins

CET Delhi Polytechnic Exam

The counselling process for Delhi CET Polytechnic 2020 has started from 3rd October. Admission to all the courses will be done based on merit. This year, due to the COVID-19 situation, the entrance exam was not conducted. The admission is being done based on the merit list prepared after considering the marks secured by candidates on the qualifying exam. The counselling is being organised by the Department of Training and Technical Education, Delhi. The exam is conducted to offer admission in several engineering and non-engineering diploma courses aided by the government polytechnic institutes of Delhi. Through the Delhi Common Entrance Test, students will get a chance to secure admission in full-time programs offered by the colleges in the National Capital Territory of Delhi. Here we offer you all the updated details about the application process, eligibility criteria, seats, fees, important dates, and much more of Delhi CET Polytechnic Exam 2020.

CET Delhi Polytechnic 2020 Latest Notification - The counselling process for Delhi CET Polytechnic 2020 has started from 3rd October 2020 onwards. Candidates can register for the counselling process through the official website. The application process started on 3rd August and continued till 17th September 2020.

Delhi CET 2020 Exam Overview

Categories

Details of the Exam

Name of the Exam

Delhi Common Entrance Test 2020 (Delhi CET)

Conducting Body

Department of Training and Technical Education, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi

Mode of Application

Online

Mode of Examination

Offline (Pen-Paper Based)

Exam Duration

2 hours 30 minutes


CET Delhi Polytechnic Exam 2020 Important Dates

As mentioned above, Delhi CET 2020 was not conducted this year and admissions are being done through marks obtained in the qualifying exam. The important dates related to the admissions are: 

Delhi CET 2020 Particulars

Important Dates

Availability of Application Form

3rd August 2020

Closing Date of Application Window

17th September 2020

Last date of application fee submission

17th September 2020

Merit List publication

30th September 2020

Commencement of Counseling (First Round)

3rd to 6th October 2020

Commencement of Counseling (Second Round)

10th to 12th October 2020

Commencement of Counseling (Third Round)

14th to 15th October 2020

Commencement of Counseling (Fourth Round)

21st to 22nd October 2020

Document Verification, Payment of balance fee, and final allotment letter

27th to 31st October 2020

Online Spot Counseling Round

(if any seats remain vacant)

After 31st October 2020


CET Delhi Polytechnic Exam 2020 Pattern & Syllabus

The CET Delhi 2020 Exam is an offline (Pen-Paper) based test conducted for the eligible candidates of Delhi region. The auspicious shortlisted candidates of the exam will get an opportunity to take admissions in Pusa Institute of Technology, Delhi and other government based diploma holding institutes. The complete structure of examination pattern is as follows:

Apprentices have to complete all four tests as mentioned down below -

Test 1: (Objective Type Questions) - All 10th based Diploma Courses. (Engineering / Non-Engineering)

Subjects

Number of Questions

Total Time Duration

Mathematics

50

150 minutes

Physics

40

Chemistry

30

Biology

15

English

15

Total

150

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Test 2: (Objective Type Questions) - Modern Office Practice English/Hindi (12th based)

Subjects

Number of Questions

Total Time Duration

English/Hindi Comprehension

60

150 minutes

Current Affairs

45

Logical & Analytical Ability

45

Total

150

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Test 3: (Objective Type Questions) - Pharmacy (12th based)

Subjects

Number of Questions

Total Time Duration

Physics

45

150 minutes

Chemistry

45

Mathematics

60

Biology

60

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In this section, a sum total of 210 questions will be asked, out of which participants have to attempt and qualify only 150 questions. Subjects like Physics and Chemistry are compulsory to attempt while students get an opportunity to make a choice between Mathematics and Biology.

Test 4: For LE admission of 10+2 Vocational Engineering Stream pass outs / ITI pass outs against 10% supernumerary seats in analogous disciplines of engineering, technology & other diploma courses.

Subjects

Number of Questions

Total Time Duration

Physics

30

150 minutes

Chemistry

30

Mathematics

30

Biology

30

English

15

General Aptitude

15

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Exam Highlights (Delhi CET 2020) -

  • The Medium of the Exam: The examination questions will be asked in both English and Hindi languages.
  • Marking Scheme: Apprentices will score +4 marks for each correct answer and for every incorrect answer -1 mark will be deducted.
  • Answering Mode: Students have to use black ball pen to mark their answers.

Delhi CET Polytechnic Exam 2020 Syllabus

The syllabus pattern of CET Delhi Polytechnic Exam is as follows:

Test 1: Subjects like Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and English of class 9th and 10th will be asked.

Test 2: Questions will be asked from Current Affairs, English Comprehension, Local & Analytical Ability, Class 12th English and Hindi Grammar.

Test 3: Comprises questions from Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology of class 11th and 12th.

Test 4: Questions from class 10th, 11th, 12th subject premises of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.



CET Delhi Polytechnic Exam 2020 Eligibility

In order to apply online for the exam, candidates are requested to check the eligibility norms first before sending their entries for Delhi CET 2020 Exam. The comprehensive structure of Delhi CET 2020 exam is as follows:

Age Limit: The age limit criteria for the exam as on 01st August 2020.

Gender

Upper Age Limit

General

OBC

SC/ST/PWD

Boys

21

24

26

Girls

23

26

28

Academic Background:

The educational background for CET Delhi Polytechnic Exam 2020 is as follows:

Course

Academic Eligibility

All 10th based Diploma Courses. (Engineering / Non-Engineering)

  • Eligible applicants must have passed class 10th board from CBSE or equivalent.
  • Should have secured a minimum aggregate score of 35% in Science, English & Mathematics as the main subject.

Modern Office Practice English/Hindi (12th based)

  • Apprentices must score a minimum sum total of 45% in the best three subjects including English/Hindi in +2 level examinations.
  • Students belonging to the SC/ST community need to score 40% marks in the best three subjects including English/Hindi in +2 level examinations.

Pharmacy (12th based)

  • Passed in Class 12th or equivalent with Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics/Biology as the main subject.
  • Should have locked 45% marks in the above mentioned subjects.
  • For SC/ST students 40% marks are mandatory to get.

For LE admission of 10+2 Vocational Engineering Stream pass outs / ITI pass outs against 10% supernumerary seats in analogous disciplines of engineering, technology & other diploma courses.

  • Apprentices should have passed analogous 12th vocational engineering streams.
  • He/she must obtain a minimum aggregate score of 60% marks.

Delhi CET 2020 - Reservation Policy

The reservation percentage for Delhi Common Entrance Test is as under:

  • Scheduled Caste- 15%
  • Scheduled Tribe- 7.5%
  • OBC- 27%
  • PWD- 03%
  • Defence Personnel- 05%
  • NCC Cadets-  0.5%

CET Delhi Polytechnic Exam 2020 Application Process

The online registration procedure for the exam commenced on 3rd August 2020 and continued till 17th September 2020. Apprentices are recommended to read all the eligibility norms before applying for the commencing exam. Interested students who wish to appear in the exam need to follow these below-mentioned steps:

  • Open the certified website of Delhi CET Exam 2020.
  • Search for the advertisement link of ‘Delhi CET 2020’
  • Read all the guidelines carefully before filling the application form.
  • Once you read all the important details, enter your personal details and educational qualifications.
  • Now, upload a copy of important images- Photo, Signature, and Left Hand Thumb impression.
  • Finally, click on submit and take a print out of your filled application form for future use.

Delhi CET 2020 Exam Application Fee -

All the enthralling candidates have to submit an examination fee of ₹ 400+ ₹ 15 (bank charges) + ₹ 3 (service charges) as an examination fee simply by using the online medium (Credit/Debit card, Net Banking or Challan in any branch of Corporation Bank of India.


Other Details

CET Delhi 2020 Admit Card

The CET Delhi Polytechnic 2020 exam was not conducted in the year 2020. So, the admit cards for the same were also not issued. Generally, the CET Delhi Polytechnic admit cards are released on the official website- cetdelhi.nic.in. Students can download their hall-tickets from using the login credentials. Candidates must note that no physical admit card will be sent to the apprentice’s address. Details like the name of the candidate, roll number, photograph, exam venue, exam date, etc will be printed on the hall-ticket.

Delhi Common Entrance Test 2020 Results

Delhi CET Polytechnic 2020 exam was cancelled due the COVID-19 situation. Thus, the result was also declared. This year, the admissions are done based on the merit list prepared on the basis of marks obtained by candidates in the qualifying exam. Usually, the exam result is published on the official website.

Delhi CET 2020 Merit List

This year, the Department of Training and Technical Education, Delhi has decided to cancel the CET Polytechnic exam. The admissions are to be done based on the Merit List prepared on the basis of marks secured in the qualifying exam. The authority released the 2020 merit list on 30th September 2020. Candidates can check their merit rank using their login ID and password. In the CET exam, General category candidates are to score a minimum of 10% marks and OBC/ SC/ ST/ PwD candidates must score minimum 5% marks in order to participate in the admission process.

CET Delhi Polytechnic Counseling 2020

The counselling session of the Delhi CET Polytechnic 2020 was started on 3rd October. It will be held in four rounds. The schedule for all the four rounds of counselling is mentioned above in the ‘Important Dates’ section. The detailed schedule is also available at the official website. SPOT round counselling for the vacant seats (if any) will be held after 31st October 2020. Counselling procedure will include the following major activities as under-

  • Registration & Document Uploading
  • Registration Fee Payment ₹ 200/-
  • Online Document Verification
  • Rank Generation
  • Counselling Fee Payment ₹ 700
  • Choice Filling
  • Round 1 Seat Allotment Result
  • Online Payment of Seat Acceptance Fees (Reporting)
  • Freezing of Allotted Seats (Optional)
  • Withdrawal (Optional)
  • Round 2 Choice Filling/ Counselling Fees New Candidate
  • Round 2 Seat Allotment Result
  • Round 3 & Round 4 (Same as Round 2)
  • Balance Fee Payment & Final Admission Letter
  • Physical Reporting
  • Spot Round (if any seats remain vacant)
  • Admission Closed

Documents Required at the Time of Reporting at the Allotted Institute

Candidates are required to report at the allotted institute with the following documents:

  • Receipt of part payment
  • Copy of Registered Candidate Profile
  • Copy of choices submitted by the candidate
  • Copy of provisional allotment letter
  • Proof of date of birth (Secondary School Certificate - original and self-attested photocopy)
  • Certificate and Mark Sheet of the qualifying examination (original and self-attested photocopy)
  • OBC/ SC/ ST/ PwD/ Defense category/ Kashmiri Migrant/ EWS/ Minority Status certificate (whichever is applicable - original and self-attested photocopy)
  • Conduct and character certificate from the head of institute from where qualifying education has been completed (original and self-attested)
  • Medical fitness certificate from a registered medical practitioner
  • Transfer/ migration/ school leaving certificate
  • Undertaking regarding prohibition of ragging
  • Declaration for non-migration
  • Undertaking for discipline

Delhi CET 2020 Tips For Preparation

Here we provide you with some important preparation tips to appear for the CET Delhi Polytechnic exam:

  • Students are advised to make a proper time-table before starting the studies.
  • Prepare quick notes.
  • Mark hard topics and discuss them with your seniors or teachers.
  • Practice all the mock-tests and solve previous year question papers to understand the complete pattern of the exam.
  • Revise all the topics one day before the commencing exam.

 


CET Delhi Polytechnic 2020 Exam FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Although the CET Delhi Polytechnic exam has been cancelled for the year 2020 due to COVID-19. Here are the frequently asked questions related to the exam.

Q. What is the file size required to upload all the necessary images?

A. In order to apply for the exam, an apprentice must upload a scanned image of recent photograph (Size 4KB to 100KB, Dimensions: 3.5 cm X 4.5 cm), left hand thumb impression (Size 1KB to 30KB, Dimensions: 3.5 cm X 1.5 cm), and signature (Size 1KB to 30KB, Dimensions: 3.5 cm X 1.5 cm) in a JPG/JPEG format.

Q. How many seats are reserved for Delhi candidates?

A. Through the Delhi CET 2020 Exam, 85% seats are available for Delhi based candidates and leftover 15% seats are filled by outside Delhi candidates.

Q. Is there any counselling fee need to be paid by the students?

A. Yes. Applicants of the exam need to submit ₹ 700 as a counselling fee with a copy of required original documents.

Q. Can I fill Delhi CET application form 2019 via offline mode?

A. No. Students need to fill the application form for the same via online mode only. The application window will open from 3rd August to 17th September 2020.

Q. Can I correct the mistakes in the application form?

A. Yes, you can correct all the detail errors once the correction window will open.

Q. What are the eligibility norms of Delhi CET 2019 Examination?

A. A participant must be a pass out student of Class 10th from the recognized CBSE School or equivalent.


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