CIPET JEE

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Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology Joint Entrance Exam (CIPET JEE) concludes to be a university level examination conducted and carried out by the reputed Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology so as to admit students under the designation of Under graduate and as well as Post graduate courses comprising of Plastics as main subjects. Around 15 colleges participate in this exam with best criteria according to the campus.

Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology Joint Entrance Exam (CIPET JEE) concludes to be a university level examination conducted and carried out by the reputed Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology so as to admit students under the designation of Under graduate and as well as Post graduate courses comprising of Plastics as main subjects. Around 15 colleges participate in this exam with best criteria according to the campus.

 

  1. Candidates must accomplish their 10+2 higher secondary education so as to sit in this exam, although candidates with awaited results are eligible too. This criteria term to be eligible for UG courses.
  2. Candidates with Bachelor’s degree or waiting for their final results are eligible to take up the entrance exam.
  3. Only state or central government acknowledged universities or academic institutions from UGC are termed as eligible.
  4. Age limit must not be below 17 years.

Forms are available during May or June or even during CIPET premises or even through post by sending a request letter to the university’s administrative block with a DD drawn in favor of any acknowledged National Banks.]

Candidates must fill the forms and submit it till the end of May. Examination will be organized during the month of July, with results out within the month of July or August.

  • The medium of answer must be English.
  • For UG degree admissions, candidates need to prepare according to the higher secondary curriculum.
  • For PG degree admissions, candidates need to prepare according to their UG level curriculum.
  • If the candidates have cleared the exam for UG admissions, they need to face the PI (Personal Interview) and for PG Level, they will be called for GD (Group Discussions) before PI.
  • Candidates will be selected based on their overall performance and merit list ranking and scoring.