CET Delhi Polytechnic 2018
Department of Training and Technical Education (DTTE) will conduct CET Delhi 2018 for admission to Delhi Polytechnic Institutions. The application procedure will start on March 20, 2018 and will end on April 20, 2018. The application form will be available on DTTE official website.
DTTE conducts 5 different tests under CET for different courses. Eligibility condition for each course is different. The examination will be conducted in June 2018. Delhi CET exam pattern consists of 150 objective type questions and will be conducted online.
Result for Delhi Polytechnic CET will be declared in the third week of June. After the announcement of results, the counselling process will start. It is necessary for qualified candidates to participate in the counselling round for seat allotment.
DTTE CET is conducted every year for admission to various diploma courses in polytechnics (engineering & non-engineering) offered by several institutes/colleges across Delhi. It is also organized for providing admissions through lateral entry in full-time diploma engineering programmes. Through this entrance exam, 85 % seats are filled by Delhi candidates and 15 % for outside Delhi candidates.
CET Delhi Polytechnic 2018 Exam Dates
The CET Delhi 2018 Application process will start from last week of March 2018. The candidates can fill the Delhi CET Application Form from the official website of CET. The tentative schedule for CET Delhi Polytechnic is given below:
|Commencement of Online Application form||March 20, 2018|
|Deadline for submission of Online Application form||April 20, 2018|
|Last date for fee submission through e-challan||April 20, 2018|
|Last date for fee submission through Credit/Debit card or Net Banking||April 20, 2018|
|Release date of CET Delhi Admit Card 2018||One week before commencement of the test|
|CET Delhi Polytechnic Examination Date 2018||May 27 & May 28, 2018|
|Publication of the CET Delhi Polytechnic Result||June 16, 2018|
|Counselling from||June 2018|
CET Delhi Polytechnic 2018 Eligibility Criteria
DTTE conducts 5 different tests under CET for different programmes. Eligibility condition for each course is different. Aspirants can check their eligibility for the test for which they will be appearing. Only Indian / sponsored candidates will be eligible for admission. Detail of eligibility criteria is given below:
|Test No.||Programme||Eligibility criteria|
|Test 1||Diploma courses (Engineering & Non-Engineering)||Candidates should pass in class 10th or Metric or its equivalent exam from CBSE Board and secured 35% marks in aggregate in Mathematics, Science and English.|
|Test 2||Modern Office Practice (English) or one year certificate courses (Hospitality Operations, Retail Services and Finance Executive) in WCSC||Candidate should pass in class 12th or its equivalent from CBSE Board with minimum 45% marks (40% for candidates belonging to SC/ST Category) in aggregate in best 3 subjects including English.|
|Test 3||Modern Office Practice (Hindi)||Candidate should pass in class 12th or its equivalent from CBSE Board with minimum 45% marks (40% for candidates belonging to SC/ST Category) in aggregate in best 3 subjects including Hindi.|
|Test 4||Pharmacy or one year certificate course: Software Testing Assistant in WCSC||Candidates need to pass class 12th or its equivalent test recognized by the Pharmacy Council of India from CBSE with minimum 45% marks (40% for SC/ST Category) in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics or Biology.|
|Test 5||Lateral Entry||Candidates should have cleared analogues 12th Vocational Engineering stream from CBSE or its equivalent with minimum 60% marks in aggregate. Or Candidate should have passed class 10th of its equivalent along with 2 years of ITI (Engineering) from it is with minimum 60% marks in aggregate.|
CET Delhi Polytechnic 2018 Reservation
DTTE follows the central government reservation policy for admission to Polytechnic courses. The category-wise reservation percentage is explained below:
|Scheduled Caste||15 %|
|Scheduled Tribe||7.5 %|
|Other Backward Class||27 %|
|Person with Disability||3 %|
|Defence Personnel||5 %|
|NCC Cadets||0.5 %|
CET Delhi Polytechnic 2018 Application Process
The procedure of online registration will commence expectedly in the month of March 2018. Candidate should ensure that they are eligible before filling up the online application form. A separate form should be filled for each test (1, 2, 3, 4, 5). The application process for CET Delhi Polytechnic consists of the following steps:
- Visit the official website of CET.
- Search for the link of Delhi CET Advertisement 2018.
- Read the information bulletin carefully and fill the form accordingly.
- Fill personal details, fee detail, guardian detail, educational qualification detail etc.
- Upload photo, signature, and left hand thumb impression on the application form.
- Click on submit after checking the filled form.
- Take a printout of the same for future reference.
All the interested applicants have to pay INR 400/- as application fee and have to pay additional charges. The application fee can be paid through Credit/Debit card or Net Banking or through Challan in any branch of Corporation Bank of India. Candidates must remember that fee will not be regressed.
CET Delhi Polytechnic 2018 Admit Card
Admit card will be released in online mode tentatively in the month of May 2018. Candidates can download the admit card by visiting the official website of CET Delhi Polytechnic. DTTE will not send physical copy of the admit card through post. The admit card will contain details like roll number, name of the candidate, exam center, exam date & day, etc.
Candidates have to follow simple steps to download their CET Delhi 2018 Hall Ticket. The steps are as follows:
- Visit the official website.
- Click on the CET Delhi 2018 Admit Card link.
- Fill the ‘Application number’ and ‘Password’ details in the required fields.
- Click on ‘Download’ and ‘Save’ the admit card.
- ‘Print’ the admit card and keep it for future reference.
CET Delhi Polytechnic 2018 Exam Pattern
DTTE conducts 5 different tests under CET for different programmes. The examination will be conducted in June 2018. The exam will consist of 150 objective type questions. For Pharmacy, there will be 210 questions, out of which students have to answer only 150 questions. The duration of exam will be 2 ½ hours. Important details regarding Delhi Polytechnic 2018 exam pattern is as follows:
|Test No.||Discipline||Subjects for Entrance Test||No. of Questions|
|Test-1||All 10th based Diploma Courses (Engineering/Non-Engineering)||Mathematics||50|
|Test-2||(A)Modern Office Practice English (12th based) (B) One year certificate courses in Hospitality Operations, Retail Services and Finance Executive (12th Based)||Comprehension of English including Grammar||60|
|Knowledge of Current Affairs||45|
|Logical & Analytical Ability||45|
|Test-3||Modern Office Practice-Hindi (12th based)||Comprehension of English including Grammar||60|
|Knowledge of Current Affairs||45|
|Logical & Analytical Ability||45|
|Test-4||(A) Pharmacy (12th Based)|
(B) One year Certificate course in Software Testing Assistant (12thBased)
|Test-5||Lateral entry of ITI/10+2(Vocational Stream)||Physics||60|
CET Delhi Polytechnic 2018 Result
The authority will release the Delhi CET 2018 Result in the last week of June 2018. You can check the results by entering the roll number and date of birth. For being eligible for admission, a general candidate must secure a minimum of 10 % marks, and reserved category (SC/ST/OBC/PH) must secure minimum of 5% marks in CET 2018. The candidate belonging to reserved category, who qualifies on the basis of relaxation in cut off percentage, i.e. 5% will not be eligible for admission against general category seats.
The result of the CET Delhi 2018 will be displayed on the official website. Follow the procedure furnished below for obtaining your result:
- Visit the official website of Delhi CET.
- Click on the link “Delhi CET Result 2018”
- Enter the required credentials i.e. Roll number and other necessary details.
- Delhi CET Result 2018 will be displayed on screen.
- Check the result and download it.
- Even, take a printout of the same for future reference.
CET Delhi Polytechnic 2018 Cut off
After the CET Delhi 2018 Result declaration, cut off of Delhi Polytechnic 2018 will be available in the online mode. Cutoff score is the minimum score which candidates have to obtain in order to pass the entrance exam & eligible for admission. The cutoff list depends upon the difficulty level of the question paper, number of students appear in the entrance exam, the number of students passed the exam & availability of seats.
CET Delhi Polytechnic 2018 Counselling
All admissions will be made on the basis of the inter-se merit ranking in the test concerned and fulfillment of minimum eligibility conditions prescribed for each test.
Counselling procedure will include following major activities-
- Processing fee submission
- Online registration
- Choice filling process (online)
- Seat allotment result
- Enrolment formalities
CET Delhi Polytechnic 2018 Participating Institutes
Delhi CET 2018 is an entrance test for the admission into various technical and professional courses. Some of the institutes which will accept the CET Delhi 2018 scorecard for admission to their polytechnic programs.
|Participating Institutes||Name of Institutes|
|Government Institutes||Ambedkar Polytechnic|
GB Pant Polytechnic
Guru Nanak Dev Polytechnic
Kasturba Polytechnic for Women
Meera Bai Institute of Technology
Integrated Institute of Technology
Bhai Parmanand Institute of Business Studies
Delhi Institute of Tool Engineering
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital
|Government Aided||Sarada Ukil School of Art (SUSA)|
|Privately Managed Affiliated Institutes||Aditya Institute of technology|
Baba Haridass College of Pharmacy & Technology
Chhotu Ram Rural Institute of Engineering & Technology
Guru Tegh Bahadur Polytechnic
Marathwada Institute of Technology
Subramaniam Bharati College of Science & Technology
International Polytechnic for Women
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College