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   No Difference in AIEEE online and offline examinations
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The CBSE Board, Nagpur, clarified that there will be no differences between (All India engineering entrance exam) AIEEE  online and offline examinations. Both the tests will be maintained at same levels of difficulty. While the offline AIEEE exam will be held on 29th of April for this year, online exam is scheduled on 7th, 12th, 19th and 26th of May. CBSE Board also clarified that the subject experts covered all the topics of mathematics, physics and chemistry and assured to maintain the traditional AIEEE standard in online test also. Contrary to the belief of students from many institutes all over the country who believe that online test may be a bit easier than the offline exam paper.

The usual procedure of admissions will be followed to rope in the students into colleges, say the CBSE authorities. In Maharastra, 15% of the seats in all engineering colleges are reserved for admissions of AIEEE qualified students. The total number of seats for admissions of AIEEE students in NITs and IIITs constitute to 34,311 for BE and B.Tech and 1070 for B.Arch and B.Planning degrees respectively.

The CBSE Board estimated that nearly 11 lakh students will be appearing for AIEEE exam this year. Apart from admissions into the NITs and IIITs, 13 central-funded institutions and 23 self-funded institutions have participated in the CCB’s (Central Councelling Board) seat allotment process. Good news for AIEEE aspirants is that the CCB Board will be including few more colleges into their list. The Board is yet to take the decision of which colleges to be included. This will increase the scope for more number of admissions into national level colleges. The list of included colleges will be available on the CCB website www.ccb.nic.in.
Fri 27 Apr, 2012,11:05:01 PM
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