Abhik Das Updated On: 29 Nov, 2019 20:04 IST
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The Delhi CET syllabus for 2020 will be released by the Department of Training and Technical Education (DTTE) Delhi well before the Delhi CET 2020 exam is conducted to provide ample time to the candidates to prepare themselves for the challenge. The syllabus for Delhi CET 2020 will be released on the official website of DTTE, Delhi in PDF format.
Keeping in mind that the Delhi CET 2020 aspirants will be waiting eagerly for the 2020 syllabus of Delhi CET, it is expected to be released soon so the candidates have more than enough time to strategise their preparation plans. The candidates can keep a track if the latest syllabus for Delhi CET 2020 has been released or not through this page. One can expect the release of the Delhi CET 2020 syllabus once the notification for the entrance exam is released on the official site of DTTE, Delhi.
Delhi CET is a state-level entrance examination conducted every year by the Pusa Institute of Technology, New Delhi on behalf of the Department of Training and Technical Education Delhi for admission into various technical courses offered by the Polytechnic Institutions located all across the NCT. The candidates can refer to the sections below for detailed syllabus of Delhi CET 2020 and its PDFs.
The detailed syllabus of Delhi CET 2020 is as follows:
50 questions of Mathematics, 40 questions of Physics, 30 questions of Chemistry and 15 each of English and Biology will add up to 150 questions in Test 1 of Delhi CET 2020
This test will be conducted for all the Engineering and Non-Engineering diploma programmes
This test will be further divided into four parts - Part A, Part B, Part C and Part D
In Part A, there will be a total of 70 questions which will test the General Knowledge and Aptitude skills of the test-takers
Questions in Part A will be bilingual in nature and will be compulsory for all the test-takers
In Part B, a total of 80 questions based on English Grammar and Comprehension will be asked (for candidates opting for MOP English only)
In Part C, a total of 80 questions based on Hindi Grammar and Comprehension will be asked (for candidates opting for MOP Hindi only)
In Part D, a total of 80 questions based on both Hindi and English Grammar and Comprehension (40 each) will be asked (for candidates opting for both Hindi and English MOP)
This test will comprise of questions based on Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics as per the CBSE Class XIth syllabus of 2019 and Class XIIth syllabus of 2020
A total of 45 questions of Physics, 45 questions of Chemistry and 60 questions of either Biology or Mathematics will add up to 210 questions which will be asked in this test
Questions from subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and Biology will be the mainstay of this test paper
The questions will be based on CBSE Class Xth syllabus of 2020
30 questions of Physics, 30 of Chemistry, 30 of Mathematics, 30 of Biology and 15 each of General Aptitude and English will sum up to the total number of questions to be asked in this test, i.e 150