A Combined Entrance Examination (CEE) is held by the Delhi University every year generally in the month of June for admission to first semester of BE courses in Delhi college of engineering and Delhi Institute of Technology. Candidates applying under Defence quota/Nominated candidates are exempted from CEE.
Eligibility : The candidates should have passed Senior School Certificate Examination (12-year Course) conducted by CBSE or any other examination recognised as equivalent thereto by the University of Delhi with 60% marks (50% for SC/ST category and 55% forwards of Defence Personnel) in aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Candidates appearing in the qualifying examinations are also eligible. Applicants should be 17 years of age on or before 1st October of the year of admission.
Admission Procedure : Information Bulletin and Application Form and syllabus for CEE can be obtained from
Faculty of Technology,
Mechanical Engineering Block,
Delhi Colleges of Engineering,
or from the particular institutions in the month of Feb./March (on notification). Completed applications should reach the Faculty by the notified date usually in the month of March of the year of admission.
Selection : The eligible candidates are required to appear at a Combined Entrance Examination (CEE) held in the month of May/ June conducted by University of Delhi, at Delhi only for admission to B.E. course. The result will be published in leading newspapers/displayed on notice board in colleges/university. Candidates who stand in merit on the basis of CEE result are also required to apply separately for admission in the prescribed application form which can be obtained from the Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology/Delhi College of Engineering.
Pattern & Medium of Examination : Test comprise of 3 papers (240 marks each) of 3 hour duration, containing objective type questions (60 each) in physics, chemistry and mathematics. The medium of the test will be in English.
Reservation of seats : SC-15%,ST-7.5%, From out of the Delhi quota following seats are reserved: 5% of the total seats for candidates within Delhi, in each course for children/widows of personnel of armed/para military forces killed/disabled in action during hostilities, 1 seat over & above the normal intake in both the colleges taken together for wards/children of India based staff posted at Indian missions abroad, 6 seats in Delhi college of engineering & 3 seats in Delhi Institute of Technology over & above normal intake for candidates from friendly & developing countries.