The CET will be conducted on manual paper and pen basis and candidate has to mark the answers on a OMR sheet. The CET is a 120 minutes test where he has to attempt 100 questions. The questions are objective type question paper i.e. the students have to choose one answer from a four choices of answers.
CET Test Paper
The Common Entrance Test will have 100 objective type questions to be attempted in 120 minutes (2 hour) duration. Each question will have four choices as possible answers of which only one will be correct. There will be +3 (plus three) marks for each correct answer, -1 (minus one) for each wrong answer, and 0 (zero) marks for each un-attempted question. The maximum marks a candidate can obtain in any one section of CET is 300.
Indicative syllabus of CET is
Part I : - - English, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning. The part 1 will have 40 Questions.
Part II: Technical (60 questions)
Basics of Electronics
Data Communication and Networking
The list of reference books for the proposed syllabus is
- Any High School Grammar Book (e.g. Wren & Martin) for English, Quantitative Aptitude Fully Solved (R. S. Aggrawal)
- Quantitative Aptitude (M Tyara) and Barron’s New GRE 2015 is for Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning.
- C Programming Language (Kernighan & Ritchie) or Let Us C (Yashavant Kanetkar) for C Programming
- Basics of Electronics - Digital Design (Morris Mano)
- Data Communication & Networking (Forouzan)
CET for the 2017 batch of Certificate Courses will be held on 11th June 2017.
The CET will be conducted in following cities: