**The time has come, **the date of commencement for online registration to Undergraduate Programmes is **15th May 2018.**

I will list the whole procedure, till the time you’re enjoying yourself in Cluster Innovation Centre. 😉

### Eligibility –

First, confirm that you’re eligible to appear for the written examination, a minimum aggregate marks at 10+2 level as mentioned below (category wise):

- General Category – 60% in any four subjects (including mathematics).
- OBC Category – 54% in any four subjects (including mathematics).
- PH Category – 57% in any four subjects (including mathematics).
- SC/ST Category – Passing marks with Mathematics as one subject.

**The students will be admitted according to the merit list prepared on the basis of the marks secured in the entrance test.**

### Know the competition –

There are 40 seats in B.Tech (IT and Mathematical Innovations). They are distributed as

- General Category – 20 seats
- OBC Category – 11 seats
- SC Category – 6 seats
- ST Category – 3 seats

And **thousand(s)** will compete for these 40 seats. :))

### Application Form –

This time, University of Delhi has made it convenient for the students with a **single **form for both merit and entrance based admission. The students can register at the University of Delhi UG admission portal admission.du.ac.in.

On 15th May, regularly check DU’s website and this link.

Edit 1 – You can apply here – https://ug.du.ac.in/app2k18/

The examination is held after roughly a month. You’ll get the admit card some days before the exam.

### Syllabus –

The written entrance test of two hours duration will be based on

- Mathematics till 10+2 level
- Reasoning
- Analytical ability

Previous Year Papers of CIC Entrance Exam

### Books for Final Preparation of CIC B.Tech. Entrance Examination

### Entrance Test –

**Edit – The tentative date for the examination is 21.06.2018 4PM-6PM**

The admission will be through a MCQ based entrance test. It will be of 2 hours duration.

- 4 Choices given per question
- Each question carries 4 Marks
- Negative Marking (1 Mark deducted for incorrect answer)
- No Marks deducted for unattempted Questions

The students must be thorough with mathematical concepts till 10 + 2 level.

Preparation for CIC Examination

### After the examination –

If your paper went well, congratulations! The answer key would be uploaded some days after the examination with the **answers** that you have marked.

You can easily calculate the score, and get a rough idea on how well you performed.

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If I have a year gap after 12th am I eligible for CIC.

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Yes.

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Thanks

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If I have a year gap after 12th m I eligible?

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I have scored 53 in maths in class 12 but aggregate is more than 70 am I eligible for CIC

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Yes

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Thanks a lot I was seriously under immense pressure worrying about min requirment

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To appear for the written examination, a minimum aggregate marks at 10+2 level as mentioned below (category wise):

General Category – 60% in any four subjects (including mathematics).

OBC Category – 54% in any four subjects (including mathematics).

PH Category – 57% in any four subjects (including mathematics).

SC/ST Category – Passing marks with Mathematics as one subject.

If your aggregate is >70%, then you’re eligible.

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Sir how i preparation this exam

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I have my aggregate marks as 56% and i belong to obc category is it sure that i am eligible?

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If the aggregate includes your mathematics marks, then yes.

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Yes sir it includes my maths marks.Sir aggregate is for 4 or 5 subjects? If it is 4 then aggregate in any 4 subjects or some prescribed ones?

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In the eligibility criteria given on the website, it is OBC Category – 54% in any four subjects (including mathematics). And I am not a Sir mate. 🙂 Just an undergraduate student who was in your place a year ago.

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Thank you dude for the information….☺️

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I have scored 67% overall and 63 in the 4 subjects including mathematics. Will it be a issue in interview or any other thing if I crack the entrance test? Just wanna know so that I can decide whether I should give an improvement or just go prepare for exam

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There’s no interview. With those marks, you clear the eligibility.

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