50,000 candidates registered for Common Entrance Test (CET) for Delhi Polytechnics

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Course: – Polytechnics

No. of candidates expected: – 50,000

Exam date: – 15th June

The Department of Training and Technical Education, Delhi, had announced to conduct its conduct the Common Entrance Test (CET) on 15th June i.e Sunday.

CET is conducted for the admission in government, government-aided and private polytechnics for various engineering and non-engineering diploma courses.

More than 50,000 candidates will appear for the test in 119 examination centers across Delhi.

Diploma in engineering and non-engineering courses– For the diploma in engineering and non-engineering courses, the entrance test will be conducted tomorrow from 10.00 am to 12.30 pm.

Diploma in modern office practice in English and diploma in pharmacy– the entrance test for diploma in modern office practice in English and diploma in pharmacy will be conducted from 1.30 am to 4.00 pm.

The statement issued by the government is as under-

The Directorate of Training and Technical Education is entrusted with the responsibility of providing trained technical manpower for the technological up-gradation of industrial production, services, productivity and innovation, contributing to the planned growth of the capital’s economy.

College Admissions-

The successful candidates would be admitted in the following colleges-

  • The Institute of Basic Business Studies,
  • Ambedkar Polytechnic,
  • Aryabhat Polytechnic,
  • Bhai Paramanand Institute of Business Studies,
  • Meera Bai Institute of Technology,
  • Pusa Polytechnic, Kasturba Polytechnic,
  • Integrated Institute of Technology and GB Pant Polytechnic manned by Department of Training and Technical Education.

Source:TOI 

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