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CBSE gears up for all-India engineering entrance test

Wednesday April 25, 2012 11:35:58 PM, IANS

New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has completed preparations for this year's All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE).

More than 11 lakh science students across the country will appear for the exam April 29.

In a press release, CBSE director for special examinations said that the preparations for the examination, which will be held both offline and online, were complete.

The director also added that "Admit cards to the candidates for the examinations have been dispatched to the students long back."

However, he said that the students who did not receive the admit card due to some reasons, can "download provisional admit cards from CBSE/AIEEE website."

According to the CBSE, around 10 lakh students will sit for the offline examination, which will be organised at 1,735 centers across the country April 29 while another 1,64,000 candidates will take the online test at 221 examination centres.











 

 

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