Dates for the Common Entrance Examination, CEE 2021 have been announced by Assam Science and Technology University (ASTU). The date of the examination is August 29, Sunday. The timings are from 11 am to 2 pm. A detailed notification has been published on the official website astu.ac.in.
As authorized by the Assam State Government, the CEE 2021 conducted by ASTU will be held as per the dates mentioned above for the candidates to get admission into the engineering colleges in Assam. As per the official notification, the schedule may undergo some modification in the light of the prevailing Covid 19 conditions. Incumbent candidates are advised to keep visiting the official website for any updates.
As notified on the official website, the online application process will commence on July 14 and will continue till August 2. The admit cards will be issued online. The same will be available to the candidates fifteen days before and up to the date of examination. The date of examination is August 29. Results will be published within 10 days from the date of examination.
In order to fill up the online application form, the candidate needs to visit the official website astu.ac.in and click on CEE 2021 Online Form Fill Up link. The Application Form tab will show up. Candidates are advised to go through the instructions carefully before filling up the application form. Once the instructions are read, one needs to click on the Next tab for filling up the form. Once the form is filled in, the candidate needs to submit the same. After submission of the form, online payment of Rs. 750/- needs to be paid towards the examination fees. The online payment link is available on the website. The admit card, once issued will be available on the website. The candidate needs to login using the application number and password in order to download the admit card.
CEE 2021 will follow the syllabus of the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC). The examination will be in multi-choice question (MCQ) format. The examination will consist of a single paper of three hours’ duration. For each of the subjects, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry there will be forty questions. Each correct answer will fetch four marks. One mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer.