CET Delhi syllabus 2017 is basically based on 10th or 12th class standard of CBSE board. CET Delhi is organized for 5 tests. The syllabus & exam pattern for every test is different. Aspirants who are going to appear the CET Delhi for the year 2017 can check the syllabus from this article. CET Delhi, also known as Delhi Polytechnic entrance exam is conducted for admission to engineering, no-engineering and other diploma courses. This article contains information regarding CET Delhi syllabus 2017.
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CET Delhi syllabus 2017
Here, students can get the detailed syllabus of CET Delhi 2017 for its 5 tests:
CET Delhi Test-1 is conducted for 10th based engineering/non-engineering diploma courses. The question paper contain questions from Physics (40 questions), Chemistry (30 questions), Mathematics (50 questions), Biology (15 questions) and English (15 questions) subjects.
The question paper is prepared as per the CBSE syllabus of class IX and class X.
Candidates who want to take admission in diploma course in Modern Office Practice – English need to appear this test. This test is also organized for admission to one year certificate course in Hospitality Operations, Retail Services & Finance Executive. It includes sections of English Comprehension including Grammar (60 questions) of class 12th level, Current Affairs (45 questions) and Logical & Analytical Ability (45 questions).
This test is organized for providing admission to diploma course in Modern Office Practice – Hindi. Total 150 questions from Hindi Comprehension including Grammar (60 questions) of class 12th level, Current Affairs (45 questions) and Logical & Analytical Ability (45 questions) will be asked in the examination.
Test 4 Syllabus
Candidates seeking admission in diploma course in Pharmacy & wish to pursue one year certificate course in Software Testing Assistant from World Class Skill Centre (WCSC) can apply for this test. Total 210 questions will be asked in this test, out of which students have to attempt only 150 questions. The question paper will contain questions from Physics (45 questions), Chemistry (45 questions), Mathematics (60 questions) and Biology (60 questions) subjects. Physics & Chemistry are the compulsory subjects while there is a choice between Biology & Mathematics subjects.
The syllabus is based on 11th & 12th class syllabus of CBSE Board.
Test 5 Syllabus
It is organized for lateral entry admission in analogous diploma courses. ITI/10+2 (Vocational Stream) pass outs can appear this test. The question paper will comprise of Physics (60 questions), Chemistry (30 questions) & Mathematics (60 questions) subjects.
Candidates can prepare for this test from the 10th, 11th & 12th class syllabus of CBSE board.