A state-level examination called as CEE, an abbreviation of Common Entrance Examination, marks the 1st phase of the eligibility criteria. Students that have passed their 12th examination are eligible to appear for CEE. Once the cutoff is set, given a particular number of students receiving marks from the highest and in descending order, the students come for admission on dates as per their CEE marks and any other quota if present. The examination is a total of 300 marks, consisting of papers of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics, each of 2 hours. Each paper consists of 100 questions carrying 1 mark. It is an MCQ based paper with 4 options. A correct answer gives +1 mark and there is no negative mark. The branch that I took, i.e chemical engineering has an average demand, with the highest demands in mechanical and civil engineering.
For acquiring a seat in AEC, you would have to appear for the ASSAM CEE (Common Entrance Examination). Till last year, the total marks for the exam was 300. Scoring about 150 marks would guarantee a seat. But to get any branch of your choice, you would have to score more than 170. From this year onwards, the pattern has changed though.
I got my admission at this wonderful College by writing the Assam CEE i.e. Combined Entrance Exam (CEE). As this college take admission on the basis of Assam CEE exam results. As being a general category student I have to score a Rank of 270 in my state as this is a state board exam. My marks were 217.
The entrance exam required to get admission into AEC is ASSAM CEE known as Combined Entrance Exam. You have to get a minimum of 75% above in your Boards (PCM) and also a score of 150+ or 145+ to get admission into AEC. I gave the ASSAM CEE in 2016 and also cleared my boards in the same year.
Assam engineering college is government college of Assam at Jalukbari. I have appeared for ASSAM CEE entrance exam to get the admission. The cut-off for CSE branch is 140 for the general students.
We had to give the state engineering entrance exam, ASSAM CEE. In 2016, the exam was of 300 marks. 100 marks for each, physics, chemistry and maths. But from 2017, the full marks is 360. Each subject is 120 marks.