Assam CEE 2023 Registration Ends Today

Assam CEE

Assam CEE 2023 will not require the top-ranking students in the Class 12 science test to take it.

Today, April 3, marks the final day for applicants to the Assam Combined Entrance Examination 2023 (Assam CEE 2023) to register. On the website of the Assam Science and Technology University (ASTU), applicants seeking admission to seven engineering institutes in Assam can register. It will take place on May 28 in Assam CEE 2023.

A Rs 1,000 application fee is required of those who wish to apply for Assam CEE 2023. Assam CEE 2023 eligibility requirements state that candidates must have passed a Class 12 or equivalent test with a minimum of a 50 percent overall score in each of the four subject areas of physics, chemistry, mathematics, and English in order to be eligible to sit for the exam. However, there are exceptions for candidates from the reserved category. Candidates from the reserved category must get a minimum score of 45% to be eligible.

Registration procedures for the Assam CEE 2023 application form

  • Visit the ASTU website by clicking the link at
  • The Assam CEE 2023 application form may be found on the homepage.
  • Application for Assam CEE should be completed.
  • Click “submit” after adding the required documents.
  • Make an online payment for the Assam CEE 2023 application fee.
  • The Assam CEE 2023 application form and payment receipt should be saved for future use.

Exam for Exemption and Admission in Assam CEE 2023

The top three scorers in the Class 12 science exam administered by the Assam board would not be required to take the Assam CEE in 2023 as long as they receive an overall grade point average of no lower than 85 percent in the year they are applying for admission. Within seven days of the AHSEC 2023 Class 12 results, such candidates, according to ASTU, must submit an application for direct admission.

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