Assam CEE 2020 Eligibility

    Megha Rohilla Megha Rohilla
    University Data Specialist

    Assam CEE 2020 eligibility will be based on the following criteria:

    • Candidates must be an Indian National and he/she must be a permanent resident of Assam.
    • The lower age limit should be minimum 17-year and the upper age limit must not exceed 22-year. The age will be calculated as on August 1, 2020.
    • 3-year age relaxation in upper age limit will be given to SC/ST candidates.
    • Aspirants must qualify with at least 50% marks (40% marks for ST and 45% marks for SC) in the last exam along with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English as the compulsory subjects.

    The application form will be submitted online. It will be available at the university website. It is mandatory to remit the application fees along with the application form. The application form will be available in two phases Form A and Form B. Form A will be available prior to access of application form whereas Form B will be accessible at the time of counselling.

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    Assam CEE 2020 Exam Dates

    Assam CEE 2020 Application form will be duly filled and submitted only via online. The duration of exam is 3 hours. The question paper will contain multiple choice questions. Each question will carry 4 marks. One mark will be subtracted for every wrong answer. The below table sums up all the important dates related to the exam:

    EventsImportant Dates(Revised)
    Access of Application FormMarch 2, 2020
    Last date of submitting application formMay 27, 2020(Extended)
    Assam CEE 2020 ExamJune 28, 2020
    Declaration of resultJuly 13, 2020
    Commencement of CounselingJuly 2020

    Assam CEE 2020 Eligibility Criteria

    Eligibility as per Nationality

    Foreign candidates are not allowed to apply for Assam Combined Entrance Examination. Applicant must be Indian citizen. Apart from it, they should be a permanent resident from the Assam domicile.

    Eligibility as per Age Limit

    Upper Age Limit:The maximum age of any candidate should not exceed 21-year.

    Lower Age Limit:In order to apply for Assam CEE candidates should attain at least the age of 17. In this case, the age will be evaluated as on August 1, 2020.

    Age Relaxation:The relaxation is specially allotted for the reserved category. The SC/ST category candidates will be given a 3-year relaxation on the upper age limit.

    Note: Aspirants who are holding a Bachelor Degree in any science stream will only be eligible for admission if he/she attains 22-year of age.

    Eligibility as per Academics/Education

    Applicants must pass the last qualifying examination in ‘one sitting’ devoid of any kind of grace marks in the following subject: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English. It is mandatory for every candidate to score at least 50 % (45 % for SC and 40 % for ST) marks in the aggregate (including Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics).

    CategoryMarks Eligibility in Percentage

    Eligibility as per Course

    The eligibility criteria are same for all the courses offered by Directorate of Technical Education, Assam for Combined Entrance Test, 2020.

    Number of Attempts

    There is no such restriction to number of attempts. If any candidate fails to crack the entrance in first time, he/she can attempt again the succeeding year for the entrance. However, the number of attempts is restricted to the age of 21-year of the applicant.

    Assam CEE 2020 Reservation Criteria

    Assam CEE 2020 reservation for various categories is as follows:

    Scheduled Castes (SC)7%
    Scheduled Tribes ( Plains) (ST(P) 10%
    Scheduled Tribes ( Hills) (ST(H)) 5%
    Other Backward Classes (including MOBC)As per the updated rules laid down by the Government
    Tea garden labor community (TGLC)1 seat per college
    Ex-tea garden labor community (Ex TGLC)1 seat per college
    Son, and Daughter of Ex-Serviceman 1 seat per college

    Seat Reservation is also allocated for the following categories:

    Child / Grandchild of any freedom fighters (including both paternal & maternal) –2 seats in AEC, 2 seats in JEC, 1 seat in JIST, Jorhat in selected branches (Among these seats one seat is reserved for SC/ST/OBC/MOBC.) 
    Physically Challenged3% of the total intake capacity of the college
    NCC1 seat per one college
    Sportsman1 seat per one college
    Moran/Motak communities 1 seat per one college

    Candidates applying for reservation have to produce the Original certificate on the counselling day.  

    For Wards of Ex-Defense Service Personal or Freedom Fighter

    Aspirants who are applying against the reserved proportion of “Son/Daughters of Ex-Defense Service personal” must carry the original certificate issued by: The Director, Sainik Board, Assam at the time of counselling. 

    Candidates applying against reserved quota of “Son, Daughter, Grandson and Granddaughter of freedom fighters” should compulsorily enclose two certificates: - 

    • Freedom Fighter certificate given by the Principal Private Secretary to the Chief Minister, Assam verifying  the Freedom Fighter  
    • Certificate from D.C./authorized official of D.C., declaring that there is a direct relationship between candidate and freedom fighter. 

    In case of physically challenged candidates, Identity Card and Certificate is to be issued from the State Level/District Level Medical Board (as represented in practicing of ‘Social Welfare Department’), which is to be produced at counselling. The percentage should be 40% to 80%.  

    For NCC

    Candidates applying against Reserved NCC have to produce the Original Copy along with the photocopy of N.C.C. Examination Certificate given by the following:

    • The Deputy Director General National Cadets Cops, Ministry of Defense Govt. of India.
    • Certificates of merit (NCC Certificate) from the Head of the Institution / College/School.

    In order to determine merit for admission in NCC Quota, following criteria is focused: 

    •  “C” certificate with Grading “A” would be considered as Rank I 
    •  “C” certificate with Grading “B” would be considered as Rank II
    • “B” certificate with Grading “A” would be considered as Rank III
    • “B” certificate with Grading “B” would be considered as Rank IV
    • “A” certificate with Grading “A” would be considered as Rank V
    • “A” certificate with Grading “B” would be considered as Rank VI 

    If number of Certificates are equal in Rank, then merit will be decided by considering the marks of Entrance Test. If still there is a tie then Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics marks of qualifying examination will be taken into consideration. Still if the tie persists, the total marks obtained in Physics + Chemistry + Mathematics + English in the qualifying examination will be evaluated. In case of further tie, the ultimate decision is taken by the Chairman of Selection Committee.   

    For Sports Person

    Applicants next to the Reserved Sports category should have represented his/her State in National Games / Asian Games / Olympic Games. The merit in these cases will be confirm in order of series of Medals in the following order of Preference:

    • Medal winner of Olympic Games/ World Championships.
    • Participants in Olympic Games/ World Championships.
    • Medal winner of Commonwealth Games/ Asian Games/ Asian Championships. 
    • Participants in Commonwealth Games/ Asian Games/ Asian Championships.
    • Medal winner of SAF Games/ National Games/ National Championships (Olympic recognized disciplines)/ National Cricket Tournaments organized by BCCI. 
    • Participants in SAF Games/ National Games/ National Championships (Olympic recognized disciplines)/ Nation Cricket Tournaments organized by BCCI. 
    • Medal winner of National School Games organized by School Games Federation of India/ All India Rural Sports/ Women Sports Festival/ North East Games/ National Inter School tournament organized by SAI NSNIS, Patiala under the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt. of India. 
    • Medal winner of State Games/ State Championships/ Tournament organized by Assam Olympic Association/ State Sports Association / Directorate of Sports & Youth Welfare, Assam.  

    Tie breaking for Sports Quota will be done with the help of the admission test. If there is a tie in the exam then the same tie breaking procedure will be followed as in case of the NCC Quota Candidates. No grace marks are given priority and aspirants must score a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate of the qualifying exam.  

    Besides, the above stated criteria candidates should also receive a medal at least one at any  State level at the prior to three years of sitting in the Entrance Examination for seeking admission to various enlisted colleges. 

    In order to seek admission in opposition to the Sports / NCC Quota, reserved for State Engineering College, Assam aspirants are instructed to put forward an application post appearing in the CEE – 2020 enclosing copy of mark sheet of the last qualifying Examination. The eligible candidates will be shortlisted by the committee of the following members:- 

    •  DTE, Assam (Chairman)
    • Director of Sports (Member)
    • Director of NCC (Member)    
    • Principals of State Engg. Colleges (Member
    • Controller of Examination, SCTE (Member Secretary)  


    Few seats are also reserved for candidates who are nominated by the State of Nagaland, Meghalaya, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Tripura as per the allocation rules of Government of India, Ministry of Human Resources Development Department, New Delhi. 

    “Son/Daughter of employees of Central Government or Central Government Public Sector Under taking, serving in Assam’’ for more than five-year are also eligible to apply. Candidates of this category must affix and submit relevant documents duly signed by the competent authority as evidence. The document must state that:

    • His/her parents are not permanent resident of Assam, but belong from other State of India.
    • Service period of his/her parents in Assam is as an employee of Central Govt./Undertakings.
    •  Transfer Certificate from the School/College last attended by candidate. 

    If any of the preserved seats prevail vacant, seats are then filled from the General Merit List of Admission Test in preference of merit. 

    *The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College


    ASSAM-CEE 2020



    1 Comment
    Gaurav Kr Singh

    When will be the counselling for NCC and Sports quota this year CEE 2018????Will it be there or not??? What I saw in information booklet is that.. 1 seat is reserve but it is not mention this year??

    28 Jul, 2018 01:42
    Akansha Expert

    Hi Gaurav, Please check this official website to get that latest information of Entrance Test, i.e.

    31 Jul, 2018 11:33

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