Delhi CET 2020 - DTE, Government of NCT of Delhi will release the online application form of Delhi CET 2020 tentatively from the first week of April. The final date for Delhi CET 2020 registration will be tentatively in the last week of April. Delhi CET 2020 will be conducted as a pen and paper based test for admission into the participating polytechnic colleges. The admit card for Delhi CET 2020 will be issued tentatively in the last week of May which will include important details like day & date of examination and examination centre. Delhi CET will be conducted tentatively in the second week of June 2020. The result of Delhi CET 2020 will be declared tentatively in the third week of June. Delhi CET 2020 counselling & seat allotment will include four rounds and an additional spot round in case seats will be left vacant. Read the complete article to know more about Delhi CET 2020.
Delhi Common Entrance Test
Commonly Known As
Department of Training and Technical Education, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi
2 hours 30 minutes
Rs. 400 (excluding bank charge of Rs. 15 and GST of Rs. 3)
Candidates who aspire to do diploma courses from the polytechnic institutes in Delhi should be aware of all the important dates released by the examination authorities. Knowing important dates will help students to keep track of all the important events that will take place for the admission procedure of Delhi CET 2020.
Availability of online application forms
First week of April 2020
Last date of submission of completed application form
Last week of April 2020
Release of Admit Card
Last week of May 2020
Delhi CET 2020
Second week of June 2020
Declaration of Result
Third week of June 2020
Commencement of Counselling
Last week of June 2020
Payment of Processing Fee
Last week of June 2020
Online Registration and Choice Filling
Declaration of Provisional Seat Allotment Result
Payment of Part Institution Fee
Last week of June 2020 to First week of July 2020
Verification of Documents
Processing Fee Payment (New candidates only)
First week of July 2020
First week of July 2020 to Second week of July 2020
Result of Provisional Seat Allotment
Second week of July 2020
Part Institution Fee Payment
Verification of Documents
Third week of July 2020
Processing Fee Payment
Third week of July 2020 to Last week of July 2020
Last week of July 2020
Last week of July 2020 to First week of August 2020
Last date for the Payment of Institutional Fees and Printing of Final allotment letter
Online willingness of spot round
First week of August 2020
Release of reporting schedule
Second week of August 2020
Candidates are advised to carefully check the prescribed eligibility criteria of Delhi CET 2020. Candidates are required to meet all the eligibility criteria to be eligible for Delhi CET 2020 as failing to meet any criteria will result in the disqualification of the application form. The detailed prescribed eligibility criteria are mentioned below.
Academic Required - Candidates should have passed class 10 or equivalent examination with a minimum of 35% or 3.5 aggregate marks from a recognized board. Candidates should also have Mathematics, Science, and English as compulsory subjects.
Age Limit - The authorities have set an age limit of the applicants and the category wise maximum age limit as on August 1st, 2020 is mentioned in the below table.
Physical Fitness - All the eligible candidates will have to submit their medical fitness certificate from the Registered Medical Practitioner. It has to be submitted at the time of admission.
As per the applicable reservation policy, candidates belonging to SC, ST, and OBC categories will have to compete for seats in their own category along with the reserved category.
The authorities will release the online application form of Delhi CET 2020 tentatively in the first week of April and will be allowed to submit it tentatively till the last week of April. Before filling the application form for Delhi CET 2020, candidates should always check the eligibility criteria.
Step 1 - Registration - Candidates will have to first select the test they are appearing for i.e., they will have to select Test 1 for the engineering program. Candidates will also have to enter certain details in the application form of Delhi CET 2020 which will include but gender, contact details, and parent(s) information, and more.
Step 2 - Filling Application form - After registration, candidates will have to fill the registration form to be eligible to participate in the admission process. In this step, they will have to enter personal, contact, and academic details.
Step 3 - Upload scanned documents - The next step will be uploading the required scanned documents. Candidates will have to upload signature, photograph, left thumb impression. It should be uploaded according to the prescribed format.
Step 4 - Payment of application fee - The final step will be the payment of application fee. Candidates will have to pay Rs. 400 (excluding bank charge of Rs. 15 and GST of Rs. 3) through online mode (net banking/debit card/credit card). After successful payment, click “Submit”.
The examination authorities will release the exam pattern of Delhi CET 2020 to help candidates understand the examination pattern. It will include information such as the type of questions that will be asked in the exam, detailed syllabus, and the subjects.
Mode of Exam
Pen and Paper Based
Duration of Exam
2 Hours 30 Minutes
Medium of Exam
English & Hindi
CBSE Syllabus of Class 9th & 10th
Objective Type Questions
Number of Questions
4 marks are awarded for every correct response
1 mark is deducted for every incorrect response
Tentatively in the last week of May, the examination authorities will issue the admit card for Delhi CET 2020. It will contain many details such as the date and time of the exam, application number, exam centre and roll number of the candidate. Candidates should note that they will have to download the admit card from the official website & authorities will not send it through any offline mode. Delhi CET 2020 admit card is one of the most important documents required as, without it, the candidate will not be eligible to appear for the exam. Candidates should ensure that all the details mentioned in it are correct.
Go to the official website and click on the link “Candidate login”
Log in to the portal using application number, password, and security code.
After a successful login, the admit card will be displayed on the screen. Candidates will have to select the test they will be appearing for.
Download the admit card and take a print out of it.
The Department of Training and Technical Education, Delhi will declare the result of Delhi CET 2020 tentatively in the third week of June. The authorities will declare the result of only those candidates who will qualify the exam. Marks obtained in the examination will be present in the released result.
Visit the official website and click on the “result” link that will be available in notifications.
Log in to the result panel using Delhi CET 2020 roll number and application number. Candidates will also have to enter the security code that will be displayed on the screen.
Download the displayed result and take a print out of it for future references.
The examination authorities of Delhi CET 2020 will commence the procedure of counselling tentatively from the last week of June. It will be conducted through online mode for all those candidates who will qualify the eligibility criteria as prescribed by the authorities. The process of counselling will include various steps such as registration, payment of counselling fee, entering preferred choices for courses and institutes, etc.. The detailed process is explained below.
Payment of Counselling Fee - All the eligible candidates will have to first pay one-time processing and non-refundable fee of Rs 700 + bank charges. Candidates will be able to pay through digital mode which will include but not limited to debit cards, credit cards, and net banking. After successful payment candidates will have to take a print out of the confirmation fee receipt page.
Online registration - Candidates will have to click on the “Online Registration” link on the official website and then enter details like test no., CET roll no., CET application no., and date of birth. After entering the above details, candidates will be directed to a registration form where they will have to enter other details such as contact and personal information, following which a password will be generated.
Filling of choices - Upon successful registration, candidates will have to then fill the preferred choices for courses and institutes. Candidates are advised to enter as many options as they can. This will increase their chances of getting admission.
Seat allotment - Once the choices are filled by the candidates, authorities will prepare Delhi CET 2020 merit list for seat allotment. It will be done on the basis of choices filled and the marks secured by the candidates in the qualifying examination.
Payment of admission fee - If candidates are satisfied with the allotted seat then they will have to pay the admission fee to the allotted institute.
Verification of documents - Candidates will have to also reach the allotted institute on the scheduled date and time to complete the admission process which will include document verification. Therefore, candidates are advised to carry all the necessary documents with them.
This article has been written as per last year’s information. Updated details will be available here as soon as it is released by the authorities.
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