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The Assam CEE is ASSAM Combined Entrance Examination for admission to various courses like MMBS/BAMS/BHMS/B.TECH for the colleges in the State of Assam. This exam is conducted by Dirburgarh University.The Assam CEE exam is generally conducted every year in the month of MAY. The counseling procedure of Assam CEE is conducted by Dirburgh University for all the courses.The entire procedure is done online.The interested candidate needs to apply online on to their main website.
Assam CEE is a state level common entrance exam conducted by Directorate of Technical Education, Assam for admission to engineering programmes, offered by various colleges in Assam. It is one of the most important exam for students seeking admissions in both government and private college of Assam.
Assam CEE is usually conducted in the month of May every year and the online application process for the same begins between February and March.
The exam dates of ASSAM CEE will be declared very soon. Here is given a tentative dates for the exam 2018.
Availability of Online Application Form
Third week of April 2018
Final Date for Submission of Online Application Form
First week of May 2018
Release of Admit Card of Assam CEE 2018
Third week of May 2018
Assam CEE 2018 Exam
First week of June 2018
Announcement of Result
Second week of June 2018
Counselling of Assam CEE 2018
Second week of July 2018
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The candidate aspiring to apply for Assam CEE 2018 should possess the following eligibility criteria 2018 which is given below:
Once the date of application will be commenced the candidates needs to follow the following steps to apply.
Assam CEE Application Fee & Payment Mode:
Assam CEE Exam Reservation Details :-
Percentage of seats reserved in colleges of Assam
Scheduled Castes (SC)
7% of College intake capacity
Scheduled Tribes ( Plains) (ST)
10% of College intake capacity
Scheduled Tribes ( Hills) (ST(H))
5 % of College intake capacity
Other Backward Classes ( including MOBC)
15% of College intake capacity
Tea garden labour community (TGLC)
1 seat in each college
Ex-tea garden labour community (Ex TGC)
Son, and Daughter of Ex-Service man
3% of College intake capacity
1 seat in each College
Moran / Motak communities
Son, Daughter, Grand- Son and Grand –Daughter of freedom fighters (both paternal & maternal)
2 seats in Assam Engineering College (AEC)2 seats in Junior Engineering College (JEC)1 seat in Jorhat Institute of Science and Technology (JIST), Jorhat in specific branchAbove these seats, one seat is reserved for ST/SC/OBC/MOBC
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