Incresses of Poplation

Incresses of Poplation

  • Submitted By: jaydev
  • Date Submitted: 07/16/2013 11:42 AM
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1. The Combined Entrance Examination (CEE), 2013 for admission to MBBS/BDS, BE/ B.Tech. Courses in the colleges of the State of Assam shall be conducted by the Dibrugarh University. 2. The CEE-2013 will be conducted as per the current NCERT syllabus adopted by the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council. 3. The Programme of the examination is as follows: Date 18th May, 2013 19th May, 2013 4. Day Saturday Sunday 10.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m. Physics Biology 2.00 p.m. - 4.00 p.m. Chemistry Mathematics

Examination Centers: 1. Silchar 6. Tezpur 2. Bongaigaon 3. Nalbari 7. Nagaon 8. Jorhat 4. Lakhimpur 9. Dibrugarh 5. Guwahati


Candidates should note the following: a. Candidates applying for MBBS /BDS Courses must appear in Physics, Chemistry and Biology only (This is COURSE OPTION: 1) b. c. Candidates applying for Engineering Degree Courses must appear in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics only (This is COURSE OPTION: 2). Candidates appearing in both MBBS /BDS and Engineering Degree Courses must appear in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics (This is COURSE OPTION: 3).


Each paper shall be of 2(two) hours duration and shall contain 100 multiple choice questions each carrying one mark. Total marks for each paper shall be 100. There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers.There shall be no marks in case the candidate selects more than one option in the answer sheet. Option once marked can not be changed and erasered. Candidates should apply in the prescribed Application Format available online.




A recent Passport size Coloured Photograph (Maximum size 35 KB in JPG format) of the candidate should be uploaded in the space indicated in the online Application Form. The candidate is required to upload a scanned copy of his/her full signature (Maximum size 30 KB in JPG format) in the space provided below the photograph. The photograph should show...