CET Delhi 2020 Eligibility Criteria: Candidates who are willing to apply for Delhi Polytechnic 2020 must check the eligibility criteria before doing the registration. It is important to check the eligibility criteria. Since, candidates who are ineligible must not apply for CET Delhi 2020. The Delhi Polytechnic application form will be released in April 2020 in an online mode. Candidates must submit it latest by April 2020. Delhi CET conducts 5 different tests. So, for each separate test, there is a fixed eligibility criteria. To know more about the eligibility criteria for Delhi CET 2020, keep on reading the article.

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CET Delhi Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must check the CET Delhi 2020 eligibility criteria related to age, academic qualification, subject combination etc to appear in the Delhi CET Exam. Below table contains the Delhi CET 2020 Eligibility Criteria for the five different tests.

Test NoProgrammeEligibility
Test 1Diploma course in:

Architectural Assistantship

Art for Drawing teachers

Automobile engineering

Cosmetology & Health

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering (construction Technology)

Commercial art

computer engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electronic and communication Engineering

Electronics Engineering (Digital electronics)

Electronics Engineering (Medical electronics)

Fashion Design

Garment fabrication technology

Interior Design

Instrumentation and control

Library and Information science

Mechanical engineering

Mechanical engineering (maintenance)

Medical Laboratory Technology

Polymer Technology

Printing Technology

Production Engineering

Civil Engg. (Health and Environmental Engg)

Textile Design

Tool and die making

Information technology enabled services and management (ITES&M)

Passed 10th or matrix or any other examination recognized as equivalent examination conducted by CBSE with not less than 35% aggregate marks in Science, English and Mathematics.

The subjects Science, Mathematics and English are compulsory & the candidate should have passed in each of these three subjects.

Candidate passing the qualifying examination under the grading system must have to obtain the passing grade to be eligible to apply.

Test 2Modern Office Practice (English)The candidate should have passed Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (Class XII) of the CBSE, Delhi in any stream or any other examination recognized as equivalent.

Minimum 45% marks (40% for SC/ST) in aggregate of best three subjects including English in the board exam.

The subject English is compulsory for Modern Office Practice (English) and the candidate should have obtained pass marks in this subject.

Test 3Modern Office Practice (Hindi)The candidate should have passed Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (Class XII) of the CBSE, Delhi in any stream or any other examination recognized as equivalent with minimum 45% marks (40% for SC/ST) in aggregate of best three subjects including Hindi/Sanskrit.

The subject Hindi/Sanskrit is compulsory for Modern Office Practice (Hindi).

Test 4PharmacyThe candidate should have passed the Senior School Certificate Examination (Class-XII) of CBSE or any other examination recognized by the Pharmacy Council of India as equivalent to the Senior Secondary School Certificate exam of the CBSE with minimum 45% marks (40% for SC/ST) in aggregate of Physics, Chemistry & either Biology or Mathematics.

The subjects English, Physics, Chemistry and either Mathematics or Biology are compulsory and the candidate should have pass marks in these subjects.

Test 5For the admission of 10+2 Vocational Engg. Stream pass-outs / ITI pass-outs against 10% supernumerary seats in the analogous courses:

Architectural Assistantship

Automobile engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering (Construction Technology)

computer engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electronic and Communication Engineering

Electronics Engineering (Digital Electronics)

Electronics Engineering (Medical electronics)

Mechanical engineering

Civil Engineering (Health and Environmental Engineering)

Tool and die making

Information technology-enabled services and manage

Mechanical engineering (maintenance)

Polymer Technology

Production Engineering

Civil Engg. (Health and Environmental Engg)

Tool and die making

Information technology-enabled services and management (ITES&M)

Students have to pass analogous 12th Vocational (Engineering) stream of C.B.S.E. or equivalent from schools located in Delhi only.

Minimum aggregate of 60% marks must be obtained in the best five subjects.

OR

Passed 10th class from C.B.S.E. board and 2 years ITI (Engineering) from ITIs/ITCs situated in Delhi only. The qualifying exam should be passed with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks (all subjects).

CET Delhi Age Criteria

Candidates who aspire to sit for Delhi CET must make sure they are eligible according to their age.Therefore, we have mentioned the test and category wise maximum age limit. Check below:

Test no.General (boys)General (girls)O.B.C.(boys)

 

O.B.C.(girls)

 

ST/SC/P.W.D (boys)ST/SC/P.W.D (girls)

 

1.212324262626
2.243027302935
3.243027302935
4.243027302935
5.243027302935

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