CET DELHI POLYTECHNIC 2020 PATTERN & SYLLABUS
STATE LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
CET Delhi 2020 is held every year to offer admissions in the full-time diploma programmes in technical as well as non-technical courses in Polytechnic Institutes of Delhi. Delhi Polytechnic Entrance Exam is also conducted for providing admissions through lateral entry in full-time diploma engineering programmes.
There are 5 Tests under CET 2020 Exam depending upon the courses opted by the applicants. Students looking to appear in the Delhi CET exam must check the exam pattern to have an overview of the test format. Candidates get to know about all the test, the number of questions, marking scheme and total duration of the paper.
CET Delhi Exam is conducted at State level. It is an offline mode Pen Paper-based Test. The candidates have to select one of the five Tests. The exam consists of 150 question and duration of the exam is 150 minutes Each correct answer is awarded 4 mark and 1 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer marked by the candidate. Delhi CET Exam pattern 2020 for different test is given below: -
Mode of the Exam- The medium/language of the question papers for the entrance test will be given in the table below: -
|Test No.||Language/medium of question papers|
|1,4 & 5||English and Hindi (Bilingual)|
Final Timetable for Delhi CET 2020 will out in March 2020. However, based on CET 2019 Timetable, we are providing Time Table of CET 2020:
|Test No.||Discipline||Date of Exam||Time|
|Test-1||All 10th based Diploma Courses (Engineering/Non-Engineering)||08/06/2020 to 09/06/2020||10:00AM - 12:30PM|
|Test-2||1. Modern Office Practice English (12th based) 2. One year certificate courses in Hospitality Operations, Retail Services and Finance Executive (12th Based)||08/06/2020 to 09/06/2020||02:00PM - 04:30PM|
|Test-3||Modern Office Practice – Hindi (12th based)||08/06/2020 to 09/06/2020||10:00AM - 12:30PM|
|Test-4||1. Pharmacy (12th based) 2. One year Certificate course in Software Testing Assistant (12th Based)||08/06/2020 to 09/06/2020||02:00PM - 04:30PM|
|Test-5||Lateral entry of ITI/10+2 (Vocational Stream) pass outs for admission to the 3rd semester in analogous Diploma courses.||08/06/2020 to 09/06/2020||10:00AM - 12:30PM|
Candidates are required to follow these procedure step by step inside the Examination Hall:
CET Delhi 2020 Syllabus is mostly based on 10th or 12th class standard of CBSE board. There are 5 types of test in Delhi CET Polytechnic exam. The syllabus & exam pattern of every test is different. Candidates need to carefully plan and prepare the Syllabus of the CET Delhi 2020. Candidates should focus on all the units while preparing for Polytechnic Examination.
Test-1- CET Delhi Test-1 is conducted for 10th based engineering/non-engineering diploma courses. The question paper contains questions from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology and English. The question paper is prepared as per the CBSE syllabus of class IX and class X.
Test-2- Candidates who wish to take admission in diploma course in Modern Office Practice – English need to appear in this test. Test 2 is also organized for admission to one-year certificate course in Retail Services & Finance Executive, Hospitality Operations. It includes questions of English Comprehension including Grammar of class 12th level, Current Affairs and Logical & Analytical Ability.
Test-3- This test is organized for providing admission to the diploma course in Modern Office Practice – Hindi. Questions from Hindi Comprehension including Grammar of class 12th level, Current Affairs and Logical & Analytical Ability will be asked in the examination.
Test-4- This test is for candidates seeking admission in diploma course in Pharmacy. The question paper will contain questions from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology. Physics & Chemistry are the compulsory subjects while there is a choice between Biology & Mathematics subjects. Candidates can prepare for this test from the 10th, 11th & 12th class syllabus of CBSE board.
Test-5- This test is for lateral entry admission in diploma courses. ITI/10+2 pass outs can appear this test. The question paper will comprise of Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. Candidates can prepare for this test from the 10th, 11th & 12th class syllabus of CBSE board.
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