DCE CEE 2014, DCE CEE 2014 Application Form

DCE CEE 2014

The University of Delhi is one of the famous universities in India which provides a valuable teaching and coaching. It is well known for its high standards in teaching and research and attracts good prosperous scholars.  The President of India is the Visitor, the Vice President is the Chancellor and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India is the Pro-Chancellor of the University.

HSC or equivalent to 10+2 examination from boards such as Central Board of Secondary Education, and Council for Indian School Certificate Examination etc.

Final year in their HSC can also be eligible to apply. But they have to produce their original documents at the time of admission.

Persons who fail to produce the original documents will be eliminated from the admission process.

They have to secure a minimum of 60% for general category students.

For SC / ST students 50% of aggregate mark is enough.

The age limit: 17 years of age as lower limit, 25 years of age as upper limit.

The Bulletin of Information enclosing the Application Form for CEE will be available from the Office of the following address only. On submission of a Pay Order or crossed Bank Draft of Rs. 400/- ( including the cost of bulletin of information, application form and examination fee ) for General / OBC / CW category and Rs.  200/- for SC / ST / PH category in favour of the Registrar, Delhi University.

DCE CEE 2014 Important Dates:

DCE CEE 2014 Application Form begins : Will update

DCE CEE 2014 Exam date: Will update

COMEDK PGET 2014 online Application Form: will update

Last date for submission of  DCE CEE 2014 application form without last fee and with late fee: Will update

DCE CEE 2014 Hall ticket: Will update

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